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MessageSujet: Re: Armée Britannique/British Armed Forces   Lun 30 Juil 2012 - 21:03

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MessageSujet: Re: Armée Britannique/British Armed Forces   Mar 31 Juil 2012 - 13:02

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Rolls-Royce et Snecma signent un contrat avec la Défense britannique
Les motoristes britannique Rolls-Royce et français Snecma ont annoncé la signature d'un contrat avec le ministère britannique de la Défense.

Ce contrat a été conclu pour mener des études sur la prochaine génération de moteurs d'avion de combat des deux pays. Il sera mis en oeuvre par leur filiale commune créée en 2001, Rolls-Royce Snecma, détenue à parité, apprend-on dans un communiqué du groupe Safran, maison-mère de Snecma.

Les deux partenaires ont également signé un accord de collaboration avec le groupe britannique BAE Systems, un des leaders mondiaux de l'armement et de la défense, et le constructeur français Dassault Aviation pour mener en commun des travaux portant sur de nouveaux concepts et technologies pour les futurs systèmes de combat aériens franco-anglais (FCAS).

"Cet accord de collaboration concrétise le besoin pour les avionneurs et les motoristes de travailler ensemble afin d'être en mesure de fournir au Royaume-Uni et à la France une solution optimisée et abordable pour la prochaine génération d'avions de combat. Il représente un pas important vers une collaboration plus étroite entre nos deux sociétés", a estimé Nick Durham, un des responsables de Rolls-Royce, cité dans un communiqué commun.
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MessageSujet: Re: Armée Britannique/British Armed Forces   Mar 31 Juil 2012 - 15:00

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MessageSujet: Re: Armée Britannique/British Armed Forces   Mar 31 Juil 2012 - 16:39

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Anglo-French Unmanned Air Systems Programme Contract Awarded


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13:57 GMT, July 31, 2012 BAE Systems and Dassault Aviation welcome yesterday’s award by the UK and French Governments for a Future Combat Air System Demonstration Programme Preparation Phase (FCAS DPPP) contract.

The FCAS DPPP contract will propose a joint plan to mature and demonstrate critical technology and operational aspects of a future combat air system. It is expected that this will lead to a joint Unmanned Combat Air System demonstration and operational evaluation programme in the future.

The two companies fully support their governments in their stated desire for closer bi-lateral defence relationships. Since 2010, they have started and continue to work closely together to mature and develop further their common understanding of technology, capability and business opportunities in the Unmanned Air System (UAS) arena. They support the two governments’ stated intention to investigate the potential for common UAS development programmes in the future.

Chris Boardman, Managing Director, Military Air & Information, BAE Systems said: “BAE Systems and Dassault Aviation have been working together closely to ensure we maintain our status as leading providers of aerospace capability. The signing of this contract will ensure that both countries get the best return on their investment and positions the two companies well to meet any future Anglo-French requirements.”

This contract is the first UAS contract to come out of the Defence Accord signed at the Anglo-French Summit in November 2010.

BAE Systems, Dassault Aviation and Rolls Royce/Snecma have also signed an industrial agreement to work together in support of this contract.
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MessageSujet: Re: Armée Britannique/British Armed Forces   Mer 1 Aoû 2012 - 13:17

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DSME Announced as Winning Bid for the MARS Tanker Competition

Daewoo Shipbuilding and Marine Engineering (DSME) is pleased to announce that it is the preferred bidder for the Royal Navy's MARS (military afloat reach and sustainability) tanker. DSME and partners will provide the specialised design and build of four new logistic support vessels, to be operated by the Royal Fleet Auxiliary (RFA).

The contract will be worth an approximate £452m, with a significant proportion going to sub-contractors and partners. As part of the RFA's fleet, the MARS tankers will offer logistical support to the Royal Navy by providing fuel, food and fresh water to naval vessels at sea. The vessels will each be just over 200m in length, 28m in beam, and have a displacement of over 37,000t. Each will be able to carry the equivalent volume of more than seven Olympic-sized swimming pools of fuel cargo. This new addition to the fleet is due to be in service with the RFA from 2016 onwards.

The winning bid combines outstanding shipbuilding quality and superior technology from DSME with naval design expertise from Bath-based BMT Defence Services with their AEGIR® vessel design. These naval auxiliaries will exploit the economic efficiencies of the world's premier shipbuilder, whilst retaining UK capability, knowledge and skills in naval ship design and engineering.

DSME is the world's pre-eminent specialised shipbuilder with a proven record of delivery spanning both complex commercial and military ships. From commercial tankers and offshore platforms, to destroyers and submarines, DSME is recognised as a world leader in the construction of technically demanding vessels. The commercial build and outfitting practices adopted for the MARS tanker, will deliver an efficient, high quality build process.

With the RFA Flotilla providing ever greater support to Royal Navy operations as well as providing a visible UK military presence across the globe, the BMT-AEGIR® platform design has been specially optimised for the requirements of the Royal Navy and RFA. It utilises a hull design that meets the latest marine pollution regulations and adopts design principles that are common with the latest Royal Navy platforms. DSME and its partners have refined this design in conjunction with many equipment suppliers.

Sang-Tae Nam, president and CEO of DSME commented, "DSME is especially proud to have won this important contract from the UK MOD, it shows a level of confidence in our ability to build ships to time, cost and performance. This significant win in the UK, coupled with our recent Indonesian submarine order, helps to further broaden our international business credentials. Exporting these MARS Tankers to the UK adds to our already strong and competitive portfolio, and we have no doubt that the great and longstanding relationship between DSME and BMT will be strengthened by this success."

Muir Macdonald, managing director of BMT Defence Services said, "We, and our partners DSME, are delighted with this result against such strong international competition and are looking forward to reinforcing our partnership with this joint success. I know we shall very much enjoy working closely with the MOD to now deliver these ships that are such an important addition to the RFA fleet. It will be a privilege to work with a shipbuilder with the reputation and capabilities of DSME, it gives BMT a massive boost in further proving our design and engineering expertise.

"The global market for auxiliary vessels will remain strong over the next couple of decades and the selection of our AEGIR® design puts Britain in pole-position for championing our design and know-how around the world."

Bernard gray, chief defence materiel, defence equipment and support, commented, "After an open, fair and rigorous competition involving bidders from around the world, DSME emerged as the preferred bidder. The DSME solution offers the best operational capability for the Royal Navy at the lowest whole life cost. A foreign build offers best value for money for defence, whilst the UK SME Company BMT Defence Services' AEGIR® design ensures our ability to meet international maritime obligations and provides the means for the Royal Navy to operate worldwide."
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MessageSujet: Re: Armée Britannique/British Armed Forces   Ven 3 Aoû 2012 - 11:28

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U.K. Gets New Sim Software to Help Counter Terrorism
Aug. 2, 2012 - 04:57PM
LONDON — Cassidian, the defense and security division of EADS, is providing new simulation software to anti-terrorism agencies in the U.K. The company says this is the first software to incorporate behavioral traits that can show observers the reactions of game characters to varying situations.

The software also uses standard gaming technology to allow personnel using the game to understand how different situations can evolve, says Cassidian.

The software’s innovation is two-fold, with one element coming through the incorporation of “behavior trees.” These allow the software producers to easily script behaviors into the gaming environment. Behaviors of “bad guys,” such as terrorists, have been studied and recorded by security services for many years. The behavior tree is a visual map of the different behaviors that occur in different situations and under different pressures.

The new software stems from a project undertaken for the U.K. Ministry of Defence to incorporate behavioral aspects into a scenario involving improvised explosive devices placed at a major transport hub. It comprises 15 scenarios based around IEDs placed in a London train station. The model station is an amalgam of two real stations in the capital, Paddington and St. Pancras.

The game, “Transport Hub,” is a first-person shooter-type game in which the player takes the role of the bad guy. The point of the exercise is for people observing the game to see how the bad guy responds to different stimuli.

Andy Baldwin, head of simulation at EADS’ System Design Centre, which created the game, said the human behavior input does not simply mean that the simulation’s terrorists are programmed to veer away from an approaching police officer.

“You have to create this in a way that allows the program to sense the oncoming policeman. There can be a range of reactions depending on the location and what’s going on around him. It allows flexibility in the programming,” he said.

“Gaming technology has become increasingly sophisticated and we realized the opportunities for exploiting this technology,” Baldwin said. Adapting the training software for defense and law enforcement personnel made a product “robust enough to be used in the strategic planning of major incidents.”

The second innovative element of the software comes from the use of specialist technology to build a customized synthetic environment based on real terrain, typically in five to 10 days. That means “reducing the time required by a factor of 10, at least,” said Baldwin. This is achieved through the System Design Centre using a terrain database supplied by EADS’ space division, Astrium Services, which records the mapping data of real cities and landscapes to an accuracy of millimeters.

The new software aims to meet the increasingly complex terrorist threat, which demands a more strategic police response. The demands on police to deliver a coordinated service constitute a major challenge and make the use of rapidly developed, highly realistic simulation software more vital.

The U.K. has been on a high level of terrorism alert for some years, given the country’s involvement in Iraq and Afghanistan and the threat of home-grown terrorists appearing from extremist sections of the country’s Muslim community. Four British Muslims detonated homemade bombs on the London transport system in July 2005, killing 52 people.

Security has reached a new pitch with the start of the Olympic Games in London, an event that sees thousands of security personnel deployed in and around the capital.

The System Design Centre is also involved in further related work for the U.K. Ministry of Defence that Baldwin declined to discuss.
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MessageSujet: Re: Armée Britannique/British Armed Forces   Ven 3 Aoû 2012 - 15:19

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UK Tornado fleet to retire in 2019, says BAE

Royal Air Force operations with the Panavia Tornado GR4 are to conclude before the end of this decade, with the Eurofighter Typhoon and Lockheed Martin F-35B Lightning II to assume its duties.

"The out-of-service date for the UK Tornado fleet has been confirmed by the MoD [Ministry of Defence] as March 2019," BAE Systems said in its half-year results statement on 2 August.

Flightglobal's MiliCAS database shows that the RAF's active inventory of Tornado GR4s totals 124 aircraft. These are flown from its Lossiemouth air base in Scotland and from Marham in Norfolk, with a detachment also forward-deployed at Kandahar airfield in Afghanistan.



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In July, defence secretary Philip Hammond said the UK's future fleet of short take-off and vertical landing F-35Bs are expected to be based at RAF Marham, but a final decision had yet to be taken. Land-based operations with the stealthy type are scheduled to commence in the UK in 2018.

Meanwhile, BAE says it has delivered 73 upgraded aircraft under its Tornado Sustainment Programme deal with the Royal Saudi Air Force, including 12 which were returned to service in the first six months of 2012.

"The weapons element of the programme will see increasing deliveries in the second half of the year," it adds.
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MessageSujet: Re: Armée Britannique/British Armed Forces   Jeu 9 Aoû 2012 - 12:24

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HMS York and HMS Edinburgh for sale on Navy website



HMS York served in the 2003 Iraq war and supported operations during the 2011 Libyan revolution

The Royal Navy destroyer HMS York is to be sold-off by the Ministry of Defence (MoD).

The MoD's Disposal Services Authority has put the ship and another Type 42 destroyer, HMS Edinburgh, up for sale on its website.

HMS York is affiliated to the city and its crew have regularly visited the region for parades and other events over the years.

The MoD said it was planning to sell the two vessels to another government.

HMS York entered service in 1985 and was deployed in the 2003 Iraq war.

In 2011 it supported operations during the revolution in Libya.

HMS Edinburgh also served in the 2003 Iraq war and underwent a £17.5m refit in 2010.

The ships are being sold as part of the Government's Strategic Defence Review announced in 2010, which will see the Royal Navy's surface fleet cut from 23 to 19 ships.
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MessageSujet: Re: Armée Britannique/British Armed Forces   Mar 14 Aoû 2012 - 14:21

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British Army receives first health and usage monitoring system
14 August 2012
The British Army has taken delivery of the first fully qualified vehicle systems information exploitation/health and usage monitoring system (SIE/HUMS) from General Dynamics UK at its test and evaluation facility at RAF Pershore in Throckmorton.

Delivered as part of a £4m order received by the company in June, the systems will help operators and fleet managers optimise vehicle use and minimise maintenance by providing accurate performance data, through monitoring of onboard systems.

Accepting the system on the army's behalf, UK defence equipment, support and technology (DEST) minister Peter Luff said: "This technology will help keep more of our vehicles on the road and available for training."

Data collected and analysed by HUMS from each vehicle returning from operations will be transmitted wirelessly to the fleet manager's system, lowering the logistics burden and maintenance costs, while simultaneously improving turnaround time across the fleet.

As more information is gathered, prognostics will allow for improved preventative maintenance practises, contributing to increasing fleet availability.

Data gathered by the system ranges from engine management-system data, such as oil and water temperature, speed, distance travelled, and performance, to information about shocks and vibration, excessive vehicle speed or high fuel consumption.

The information will also offer provision for conditioned-based maintenance where lightly-used vehicles receive less work, reducing maintenance costs.

Delivered within four months of contract signature, the devices have been developed and tested by GD and Analogue and Micro to meet stringent Ministry of Defence's (MoD) standards, while integration into army's operational training vehicles fleet will start at the earliest opportunity.

A total of 578 vehicles covering six protected patrol vehicle (PPV) variants, namely Mastiff, Ridgback, Husky, Jackal, Coyote and Wolfhound, will be equipped with SIE/HUMS over the next two years.
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MessageSujet: Re: Armée Britannique/British Armed Forces   Mer 22 Aoû 2012 - 15:59

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UK MoD Unveils the Royal Navy's Type 26 Global Combat Ship


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Design unveiled of Royal Navy's future warships

The latest design of the Royal Navy's Type 26 Global Combat Ship (T26 GCS), the next generation of warships, has been unveiled today.

The Ministry of Defence has released images showing the basic specification of the T26 GCS, which is a significant milestone in the development of this programme. The creation of the vessel will sustain thousands of jobs in the shipbuilding industry.

The multi-mission warship, which is due to come into service after 2020, will be used by the Royal Navy in combat and counter-piracy operations, and to support humanitarian and disaster relief work around the world.

Since 2010 the MOD has been working with BAE Systems to determine the ship's basic capabilities and baseline design.

Now that has been endorsed, the programme can progress to the next part of the assessment phase, which will examine the detailed specifications of the vessel.

With a displacement of around 5,400 tonnes, the T26 GCS will be around 148m in length (the equivalent of around 15 double-decker buses), and among the most advanced vessels in the Royal Navy's fleet.

The T26 GCS is expected to feature:

vertical missile silos capable of housing a range of different weapons

a medium-calibre gun

a hangar to accommodate a Merlin or Wildcat helicopter, and a flexible mission space for unmanned air, surface and underwater vehicles, or additional boats

the most advanced sensors available to the fleet.

The T26 GCS is one of several projects, including the Queen Elizabeth Class aircraft carriers, which will see UK shipbuilding provide world class equipment for the Royal Navy.

The Minister for Defence Equipment, Support and Technology, Peter Luff, said:

"The Type 26 Global Combat Ship will be the backbone of the Royal Navy for decades to come. It is designed to be adaptable and easily upgraded, reacting to threats as they change.

"I am delighted the programme has been endorsed by the investment approvals committee. The build of these vessels will secure thousands of skilled jobs across the UK, helping to sustain an industrial surface warship capability."

The First Sea Lord, Admiral Sir Mark Stanhope, said:

"The T26 GCS will be a multi-mission warship designed for joint and multinational operations across the full spectrum of warfare, including complex combat operations, maritime security operations such as counter-piracy, as well as humanitarian and disaster relief work around the world.

"It will be capable of operating independently for significant periods or as part of a task group and will play a major role in the defence of this country for many years."

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MessageSujet: Re: Armée Britannique/British Armed Forces   Mer 5 Sep 2012 - 10:51

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L/Cpl Christopher Roney: US pilots recall friendly fire attack


L/Cpl Christopher Roney died a day after being injured
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US helicopter pilots who fired on a UK base in Afghanistan, killing a 23-year-old soldier, acted on information from the British Army, an inquest has heard.

L/Cpl Christopher Roney, of 3rd Battalion The Rifles, died and 11 were injured in the attack at Base Almas, in Sangin, Helmand, in December 2009.

The inquest heard British commanders asked for US air support after a Taliban bomb attack on the base.

But the aircraft mistook UK soldiers for insurgents and fired on them.

The attack went on for seven minutes before the mistake was realised, the inquest in Sunderland was told.

In statements from four unnamed pilots and co-pilots which were read out, Coroner Derek Winter heard how the crews of the Apaches were flying in the area when they saw the explosion from the Taliban bomb, followed by a tracer fire.
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The Apaches, which had the call-signs Luger 67 and Luger 61, were asked by British commanders to assist and a series of grid references were passed on.

Luger 67 and 61 were directed to a compound and were told to look for three men on a roof - who were believed to be insurgents but were actually British soldiers fighting off the Taliban.

The crews were authorised to fire and Luger 67 passed over the compound twice as Luger 61 covered.

The Apaches were eventually called off and waited in the area while other helicopters were summoned to evacuate casualties.

The pilot of Luger 61 said in his statement how he noted the men on the ground were wearing vests and what appeared to be body armour.

L/Cpl Roney, from Sunderland could not survive his injuries and died the next day.
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Capt Dadd shouted 'Stop, stop, stop'... He had his head in his hands”
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Earlier, the inquest heard how British officer Capt Christopher Dadd shouted "stop, stop, stop" when he realised the helicopters were mistakenly attacking the base.

Capt Dadd was in the operations room when he realised what was happening, the inquest was told.

Warrant Officer John Pepper said operations room staff realised the error and tried to halt the attack.

He was in the operations room on the ground some distance away from the base handling information coming in from members of the battlegroup.

WO Pepper said he was watching on a screen as the helicopters made one of three strafing runs when his superior, Capt Dadd, became aware of what was happening.
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WO Pepper told the inquest: "Capt Dadd shouted 'Stop, stop, stop'. That was when everyone realised in the ops room they were attacking Patrol Base Almas.

"He had his head in his hands."

L/Cpl Johnny Cassell told the hearing the leader of the platoon at the patrol base, Capt Palmer Winstanley, appeared to be weeping when he contacted the Ops room to tell them to call off the helicopters.

Cpl Ben Hall, one of the troops who came under fire from the US crew, said his men carried on firing on the enemy, despite the onslaught from above.

Once the Apaches were called off an air strike was called in on the enemy position and a 500lb bomb brought a halt to the Taliban attack.
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MessageSujet: Re: Armée Britannique/British Armed Forces   Mer 5 Sep 2012 - 16:17

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RAF Merlin Helicopter on Exercise Pashtung Vortex in Jordan

A Royal Air Force Merlin helicopter on Exercise Pashtung Vortex navigates a spectacular desert valley in Jordan.
Ex Pashtung Vortex was an overseas Training Exercise, taking place around Aqaba, Jordan and involving aircraft from the Merlin Force based at RAF Benson. The exercise enabled enviromental training and pre-deployment training objectives to be achieved.
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MessageSujet: Re: Armée Britannique/British Armed Forces   Ven 7 Sep 2012 - 0:10

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MessageSujet: Re: Armée Britannique/British Armed Forces   Ven 7 Sep 2012 - 15:35

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Prince Harry faces a "difficult and demanding job" in Afghanistan, his group commander says

Prince Harry has been deployed to Afghanistan for four months, the Ministry of Defence says.

The prince, an Apache helicopter pilot, arrived on Thursday night at the main British base, Camp Bastion in Helmand.

The 27-year-old, who is third in line to the throne, will take part in combat missions against the Taliban.

It is his second Afghanistan deployment - he spent 10 weeks in Helmand province in 2007-08 but was pulled out after media reported his secret deployment.

Captain Wales, as he is known in the military, arrived as part of the 100-strong 662 Squadron, 3 Regiment, Army Air Corps.

Royal Navy Captain Jock Gordon, Commander of the Joint Aviation Group, said: "Captain Wales, with his previous experience as a Forward Air Controller on operations, will be a useful asset.

"He will be in a difficult and demanding job. And I ask that he be left to get on with his duties and allowed to focus on delivering support to the coalition troops on the ground."
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MessageSujet: Re: Armée Britannique/British Armed Forces   Jeu 13 Sep 2012 - 11:23

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UK puts Goalkeeper CIWS mountings up for sale


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9/12/2012



The UK Ministry of Defence (MoD) has advertised the availability of Goalkeeper 30 mm close-in weapon systems (CIWSs) for government-to-government sale as the type's retirement from Royal Navy (RN) service approaches.

With the withdrawal of the final Type 22 frigate in June 2011 and the retirement of the last Invincible-class aircraft carrier in 2014, the number of Goalkeeper mountings in the active fleet will dwindle to just two: those fitted on board the assault ship HMS Bulwark .

Given the disproportionate logistics support and training costs associated with keeping such a small population in service, the MoD has taken the decision to retire Goalkeeper from RN service in 2015.

Originally ordered in 1984 from what was then Hollandse Signaalapparaten (now Thales Nederland) under a reciprocal deal that saw the Netherlands government order Rolls-Royce Spey gas turbines, Goalkeeper was intended to address gaps in RN ship self-defence identified during the 1982 Falklands (Malvinas) conflict. Fifteen mountings were purchased, being fitted to two Invincible-class carriers (three systems each), four Type 22 Batch III frigates (one system per ship) and two Albion-class assault ships (two systems each), plus a shore reference site.
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MessageSujet: Re: Armée Britannique/British Armed Forces   Ven 14 Sep 2012 - 11:00

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Major milestone achieved as Eurocopter hands over its first Puma Mk2 aircraft to the UK Ministry of Defence


Oxford, England, September 13, 2012


The upgrade of UK Ministry of Defence Puma aircraft took a further major step forward yesterday when Eurocopter handed over its first Puma Mk2 aircraft to MOD. This upgrade will significantly enhance the aircraft’s performance, mission capability and safety. The first modified aircraft will fly from Oxford into QinetiQ’s Boscombe Down facility where it will support trials.

Eurocopter’s first internal qualification of the Puma Mk2 was achieved on July 6, concluding the first phase of the planned developments, with further enhancements to its mission capabilities planned over the coming months. To date, Eurocopter has completed the initial upgrade process on three Puma helicopters, all of which are now involved in flight testing. The first of these will be delivered to QinetiQ’s Boscombe Down military test and evaluation centre for further trials.

The Puma Mk2 helicopters represent a key element of the UK’s medium battlefield support helicopter capability, and will be deployed for tactical troop and load movement by day and night. The upgrade will extend the operational lifetime and significantly upgrade the capabilities of 24 of the Royal Air Force Puma helicopters. The new Puma is an ideal medium lift platform for urban operations and its ability to be rapidly deployed by C17 make it the ideal platform for fast moving contingent combat and humanitarian operations.

“This delivery milestone marks another important accomplishment in a programme that is vital for the UK’s combat capabilities, and it results equally from Eurocopter’s commitment to its success and our close cooperation with the Ministry of Defence,” said Markus Steinke, the Managing Director of Eurocopter UK. “Once upgraded, Puma Mk2s will be serving the Royal Air Force until 2025, offering exceptional performance and capability.”

Enhancements for the Puma Mk2 include major performance and safety improvements with the use of new Makila 1A1 turboshaft engines; the integration of a full glass cockpit incorporating modern avionics and a flight management system; the implementation of a digital automatic flight control system; as well as the incorporation of a secure communications suite, new defensive aids and ballistic protection for crew and passengers. Additionally, the helicopter’s greater onboard fuel capacity and lower fuel consumption will increase the Puma Mk2’s operating range. The Puma will be able to carry twice the payload over three times the range than its predecessor even in the most demanding of environmental conditions.

About Eurocopter
Established in 1992, the Franco-German-Spanish Eurocopter Group is a division of EADS, a world leader in aerospace and defense-related services. The Eurocopter Group employs approximately 20,000 people. In 2011, Eurocopter confirmed its position as the world’s number one helicopter manufacturer with a turnover of 5.4 billion Euros, orders for 457 new helicopters and a 43 percent market share in the civil and parapublic sectors. Overall, the Group’s helicopters account for 33 percent of the worldwide civil and parapublic fleet. Eurocopter’s strong international presence is ensured by its subsidiaries and participations in 21 countries.
Eurocopter’s worldwide network of service centers, training facilities, distributors and certified agents supports some 2,900 customers. There are currently more than 11,300 Eurocopter helicopters in service in 149 countries. Eurocopter offers the most comprehensive civil and military helicopter range in the world and is fully committed to safety as the most important
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About Eurocopter UK Ltd.
Eurocopter UK Ltd. is headquartered in Oxford, with additional bases in Dublin (Ireland), Belfast (Northern Ireland), Hawarden (Wales) and Aberdeen (Scotland). Through this fully-owned subsidiary, Eurocopter enjoys a reputation for innovation, high quality and a strong customer service ethos. Having achieved an exemplary performance in the customization, distribution and support of Eurocopter products for civil and public service customers during the past 30 years, Eurocopter UK also provides state-of-the-art services to the oil & gas Industry and the UK armed forces. The Ministry of Defence relies on 100 Eurocopter helicopters for transport, training and Special Forces missions, and has awarded the Puma Upgrade Programme to Eurocopter UK Ltd. With over 450 helicopters in service in the British Isles, Eurocopter is the leading supplier of turbine helicopters in the United Kingdom.
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MessageSujet: Re: Armée Britannique/British Armed Forces   Lun 17 Sep 2012 - 12:18

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Royal Navy's newest attack submarine ready for sea trials
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13 Sep 12


Ambush, the second of the Royal Navy's Astute Class attack submarines, is today preparing to leave her builder's yard to begin sea trials.
In the next few days, the 7,400-tonne submarine will leave the BAE Systems shipyard in Barrow-in-Furness in Cumbria, where she was built, and sail to Her Majesty's Naval Base Clyde in Scotland.

The seven Astute Class boats planned for the Royal Navy are the most advanced and powerful attack submarines Britain has ever sent to sea.

They feature the latest nuclear-powered technology, which means they never need to be refuelled and can circumnavigate the world submerged, manufacturing the crew's oxygen from seawater as they go.

Minister for Defence Equipment, Support and Technology Philip Dunne said after viewing the submarine, touring the shipyard and meeting the workforce:

"This is my first visit to one of the UK's most advanced defence industries, and I am hugely impressed with what I have seen at Barrow-in-Furness. Ambush is a very sophisticated and potent vessel and I look forward to her departure from the shipyard here for the sea trials that will prepare her for her planned entry into service with the Royal Navy next year.

"Ambush and her sisters are the most powerful and advanced attack submarines ever ordered for the Royal Navy; they are needed by the fleet and they will play a vital role in the future defence of the UK.

"The completion of Ambush is a tribute to the hard work and commitment of the thousands of people employed in this country's world-class submarine industry."

The Astute Class is quieter than older submarines and has the ability to operate covertly and remain undetected in almost all circumstances despite being 50 per cent bigger than the Royal Navy's current Trafalgar Class submarines.

The boat's Commanding Officer, Commander Peter Green, said:

"We are grateful to all the people who have worked hard to construct this vessel. The crew cannot wait to start sea trials and take this magnificent vessel a step closer to beginning operations.

"It is now time to start putting Ambush through her paces on sea trials and prove that this amazing piece of equipment is ready for
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MessageSujet: Re: Armée Britannique/British Armed Forces   Lun 17 Sep 2012 - 13:41

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Second Astute class submarine (HMS Ambush) sets sail on sea trials


The 7,400 tonne attack submarine left the site in Barrow-in-Furness, Cumbria Saturday 15 September for Her Majesty’s Naval Base (HMNB) Clyde, Faslane, which will become its operational base. This major milestone in the submarine programme is the point at which Ambush will begin to test its range of capabilities, under the control of Ambush Commanding Officer, Commander Peter Green and his crew.

BAE Systems Maritime – Submarines Managing Director John Hudson said: “This is the culmination of a tremendous amount of hard work from everyone at BAE Systems, our partners in the submarine enterprise and the hundreds of businesses in our supply chain network. Nuclear powered submarines are ferociously complicated, and it would not have been possible to reach the stage we are at today without the valued input of all those highly-skilled people.

“There now follows an extensive and rigorous period of testing during which we’re confident Ambush will go on to demonstrate herself as a fantastic capability.”

Commander Peter Green, said: "We are grateful to all the people who have worked hard to construct this vessel. The crew cannot wait to start sea trials and take this magnificent vessel a step closer to beginning operations. It is now time to start putting Ambush through her paces on sea trials and prove that this amazing piece of equipment is ready for operations."









The second Astute class submarine Ambush set sail from BAE Systems last week to begin sea trials with the UK Royal Navy.
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Ambush is the second in a planned class of seven submarines and she follows sister vessel HMS Astute to HMNB Clyde, in Scotland, where the first in class has been based since leaving BAE Systems in 2009.

Minister for Defence, Equipment , Support and Technology Philip Dunne said: "Ambush and her sisters are the most powerful and advanced attack submarines ever ordered for the Royal Navy, they are needed by the fleet and they will play a vital role in the future defence of the UK. The completion of Ambush is a tribute to the hard work and commitment of the thousands of people employed in this country's world-class submarine industry."

The Astute class boasts a range of world class capabilities inside each 97 metre long hull. Powered by a Rolls-Royce nuclear propulsion system, the reactor never needs refuelling. The sonar system has the processing power of 2,000 laptops and can track ships 3,000 miles away. They are armed with both Tomahawk land attack missiles and Spearfish torpedoes and her missiles have a target range of 1,200 miles with accuracy measured in metres.

John Hudson added: “The skill at BAE Systems lies in the design, build, test and commissioning of the submarine and the complex integration of the highly sophisticated technology onboard, so everyone involved should feel justifiably proud of their achievements today.”

HMS Astute is currently on sea trials and in March this year successfully test fired four Tomahawks, and six Spearfish torpedoes, including the first salvo by a British submarine for 15 years, during trials in America.
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MessageSujet: Re: Armée Britannique/British Armed Forces   Lun 17 Sep 2012 - 16:46

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The UK Royal Air Force has activated its fourth frontline unit to be equipped with the Eurofighter Typhoon, with its historic 1 Sqn having reformed with the type at its Leuchars air base on 15 September.

First formed in 1912 and having been disbanded in 2010 following the early retirement of its BAE Systems Harrier GR9s, the unit joins 6 Sqn in flying the Typhoon from the Scottish base.

Both Leuchars-housed units will sustain the provision of the UK's northern quick reaction alert mission, with 6 Sqn also to help "develop the multirole capabilities of Typhoon", says station commander Air Cdre Gavin Parker. It is led by officer commanding Wg Cdr Mark Flewin.

1 Sqn will help to develop the Typhoon's multi-role capabilities

The RAF's 3 and 11 squadrons also operate the Typhoon, from the service's Coningsby base in Lincolnshire, which is also home to its 29 Sqn operational conversion unit and 17 Sqn operational evaluation unit for the type.

"Our Typhoon force will continue to grow, ultimately to five squadrons, and when combined with the Tornado force and, in due course, with our [Lockheed Martin F-35B] Lightning II force, the Royal Air Force will be well placed to face the challenges of the future," says chief of the air staff Air Chief Marshal Sir Stephen Dalton.

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MessageSujet: Re: Armée Britannique/British Armed Forces   Lun 17 Sep 2012 - 18:57

Des Typhoons a Dijon en Octobre.
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MessageSujet: Re: Armée Britannique/British Armed Forces   Mar 18 Sep 2012 - 16:21

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Kelvin Hughes to supply equipment for 4 MARS tankers vessels for Royal Fleet Auxiliary
Kelvin Hughes Surveillance has secured an agreement to supply integrated bridge systems (IBS) and helicopter control radars for four fleet tankers being built for the UK Royal Fleet Auxiliary (RFA).

The ships are the first phase of the UK MOD’s Military Afloat Reach and Sustainability (MARS) programme, commissioned to maintain the Royal Navy’s ability to refuel at sea and provide fuel to warships and task groups.

The MOD awarded a contract worth £452m for the four new RFA tankers, to be built by Daewoo Shipbuilding and Marine Engineering (DSME) in South Korea.

The Kelvin Hughes IBS is based on its state of the art solid state SharpEye™ radar sensor and Naval MantaDigital™ (NMD) display, bringing significant operational benefits such as a low integration risk, enhanced operational capability and reduced whole-life cost.

Kelvin Hughes’ scope of supply for the four RFA tankers will provide three distinct sub systems integrated within an IBS architecture, namely the navigation system, the command and control system and the helicopter control radar system.










DSME 37,000-tonne tankers offered for MARS program









Each shipset will consist of three SharpEye™ radars, accessed and controlled via multiple console mounted NMD tactical displays. The system will also include a suite of navigation sensors and other third party equipment.

Rohan Dearlove, head of business development for the naval market sector, said: “This contract continues Kelvin Hughes’ long standing relationship with the RFA and builds on an increasingly successful supplier relationship with DSME, with whom we have recently entered into another contract to supply SharpEye™ based systems for an ASEAN Navy.

“This contract represents the first implementation of SharpEye™ on a key UK maritime platform and demonstrates customer confidence in our solid state technology and the inherent benefits it brings”.

The RFA is now the twelfth Government sector maritime agency to select SharpEye™.

“The contract with DSME also demonstrates our growing naval business in the ASEAN region, where we are working with a number of prime contractors and end-users on major fighting ship and naval auxiliary programmes,” added Dearlove.

At over 200 metres long, the four tankers will support deployed amphibious, land and air forces close to the shore, will be able to operate helicopters and are planned to enter service from 2016, replacing existing RFA single hulled tankers.

The ships will carry fuel, stores and provide logistic support for maritime and expeditionary forces including Carrier Strike. The versatility of the tanker platform means that simultaneously it can refuel an aircraft carrier and destroyer whilst undertaking helicopter resupply of other vessels.

BMT Defence Services Limited have been sub-contracted by DSME to provide the initial tankerthe winning vessel design and will lead and coordinate the Kelvin Hughes work on the programme in the early stages.

Chris Trout the MARS Tanker Project Manager at BMT Defence Services, a subsidiary of BMT Group said that Kelvin Hughes had taken part in an extremely competitive tender process.

He added: “Kelvin Hughes has a long and proud tradition in supporting the RFA and BMT is looking forward to working with them in providing a first class ship for the RFA.”

Kelvin Hughes is contracted to supply the sub systems and supporting services at key milestones, with detailed engineering commencing immediately and equipment deliveries starting in 2014.
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MessageSujet: Re: Armée Britannique/British Armed Forces   Ven 21 Sep 2012 - 11:54

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GE Delivers Last of Eight Propulsion Motors for Giant UK Aircraft Carriers





  • Project Confirms the Trend towards the Use of Electric Propulsion
  • New U.K. Aircraft Carriers become the Largest Electrically Propelled Warships in the World
  • GE’s Advanced Electrical Propulsion Systems Provide Fuel Efficiency, High Survivability and a Significant Increase in Range






RUGBY, ENGLAND—September 20, 2012—GE Energy Management’s Power Conversion business (NYSE: GE) has delivered the last of eight propulsion motors for two aircraft carriers under construction for the United Kingdom’s Royal Navy. The two vessels, the Queen Elizabeth and the Prince of Wales, each with a length of 280 meters and a displacement of 65,000 tons, will be the largest warships in the world to use fully electric propulsion systems.

In 2008, the company won a contract to deliver the major elements of the Integrated Full Electric Propulsion (IFEP) systems for the new Queen Elizabeth class (QEC) carriers. The IFEP comprises all shipboard electrical power generation and propulsion systems and features GE’s Advanced Induction Motor (AIM) technology, which delivers increased fuel efficiency plus high levels of survivability.

“Building the two QEC carriers is the largest engineering project in the U.K., behind only the Olympics,” said Jim Bennett, power & propulsion director of the Aircraft Carrier Alliance, which is building the ships. “The project team has pulled together to meet critical milestones. The on-time delivery of the 110-ton GE Advanced Induction Motors is a key element in the success of this massive undertaking.”

Fuel saving is a major driver for the IFEP design. According to the U.K.’s Ministry of Defence, the 65,000-ton QE class warships, with their advanced propulsion system, are expected to consume no more fuel during typical routine operations than the much smaller (22,000 ton) predecessor CVS class carriers. Over their lifetime of 25 years or longer, the two QEC carriers will achieve significant economic, environmental and operational benefits including greatly improved autonomous operation.

In addition to meeting the ever-growing electrical needs of combat ships, the all-electrical power and propulsion approach improves ship survivability by decoupling the placement of the turbines and the generators from the propellers’ mechanical drive. Power generation and propulsion equipment is instead distributed across several independent compartments rather than concentrated into a single space or small number of spaces.

“The QEC’s propulsion system is consistent with a growing trend among the world’s leading navies to use GE’s electric propulsion technology,” said Paul English, marine vertical leader for GE Energy Management’s Power Conversion business. “They include the Royal Navy’s Type 23 frigates and Type 45 destroyers, the U.S. Navy’s LDH8 and Zumwalt destroyers and the French Navy’s Mistral class, among others.”

The new QEC carriers will be the Royal Navy’s largest warships and the second largest aircraft carriers in the world, behind the U.S. Navy’s Nimitz class carriers, and are the world’s first fully electrically propelled aircraft carriers.

The IFEP power and propulsion system for the QEC carriers is being designed and built under a Power and Propulsion sub-alliance that enables leading companies in their specific fields to provide the most cost-effective mechanism for system delivery. This innovative approach brings together expertise from Thales UK, GE Energy Management’s Power Conversion business, Rolls-Royce and L-3 Communications.

The aircraft carriers HMS Queen Elizabeth and HMS Prince of Wales are being delivered by the Aircraft Carrier Alliance, a unique partnering relationship between BAE Systems, Thales UK, Babcock and the U.K. Ministry of Defence.

GE acquired Converteam, now Power Conversion, in September 2011. GE Energy’s Power Conversion businessapplies the science and systems of power conversion to help drive the electric transformation of the world’s energy infrastructure. Power Conversion is designing and delivering advanced motor, drive and control technologies that are synergistically evolving today’s industrial processes for a cleaner, more productive future. Power Conversion serves specialized sectors such as energy, marine, industry and all related services. To learn more, please visit: www.ge-energy.com/electrifyingchange.

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MessageSujet: Re: Armée Britannique/British Armed Forces   Ven 21 Sep 2012 - 17:38

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Royal Navy Unveils Carrier Training Facility


Admiral Sir Mark Stanhope visits the carrier training facility in Lyster Building at HMS Collingwood. (Photo: UK MOD)

13:50 GMT, September 21, 2012 A training facility has been opened to prepare Royal Navy sailors to man the first of the Queen Elizabeth Class carriers, due in 2016.

The 65,000-tonne carrier - three times the displacement of HMS Illustrious - is currently being assembled at Babcock's dockyard in Rosyth, and will be able to take up to 40 aircraft; almost twice the capacity of the Invincible Class carriers.

To keep up with the state-of-the-art technology on board sailors and engineers will be trained in a £1m building at HMS Collingwood in Fareham, Hampshire, which has been set out in the same way as an operations room on board the new carrier.

The personnel will be trained on the new mission system which links all the combat, communications and visual surveillance systems together by a fibre-optic network - these are usually separate on warships, allowing for a much more integrated way of working.

As the 'brain' of the ship, the mission system brings together air traffic control, navigation, tactical pictures compilation, communications and mission planning for the embarked F-35 Joint Strike Fighters and Merlin helicopters. It will also allow for engineering and logistic support.

Named after Admiral Sir Lumley Lyster, the mastermind behind the Taranto Raid and architect of the Royal Navy's carrier strategy during the Second World War, Lyster Building at HMS Collingwood marks the collaboration between the Aircraft Carrier Alliance, Navy Command and Flag Officer Sea Training.

The First Sea Lord, Admiral Sir Mark Stanhope, officially opened the building. He said: "Admiral Lyster was a leader and innovator in delivering air power from the sea and this will be the primary role for the Queen Elizabeth Class carriers as part of our Future Navy 2020 vision.

"It is apt therefore that the Aircraft Carrier Alliance should take him as their inspiration in developing this world-class engineering and training facility that will help ensure HMS Queen Elizabeth enters front line service before the end of the decade."

The equipment used in Lyster Building will be moved to the HMS Queen Elizabeth once personnel have been trained in a bid to keep costs low. The first Royal Navy weapon engineers are set to join the carrier in 2013 in Rosyth.
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