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MessageSujet: Re: Armée Sud Coréene/Republic of Korea Armed Forces ( RoKAF )   Jeu 21 Juil 2011 - 12:47

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Four candidates short-listed in Korea's stealth jet project



Korea will acquire a new generation of stealth fighter jets from overseas to better counter North Korean provocations, the local defense procurement agency said Wednesday.

The Defense Acquisition Program Administration (DAPA) said it has narrowed down the candidates to four fighters: the F-15SE Silent Eagle by Boeing, F-35 Lightning II by Lockheed Martin, Eurofighter Typhoon by the European Aeronautic Defense and Space Company (EADS) and the T-50 PAK-FA by Russian firm Sukhoi.

According to DAPA, the project to acquire 60 fifth-generation stealth fighters is worth 8.29 trillion won ($7.86 billion).

Korea is expected to choose the winner in October next year.

"We've eased the criteria for operational capabilities to ensure more jets could enter the bidding," the agency said in a statement. "We will set up strategies that will allow for the transfer of core technology and that will encourage competition."

DAPA said the new generation of fighters will better prepare Korea against North Korea's "asymmetric capabilities" and will enhance the South's deterrence against surprise air attacks.

The agency said Seoul will also acquire AH-X attack helicopters from overseas. The AH-1W SuperCobra by Bell and AH-64D Block III by Boeing, both American choppers, will compete with the EC-665 Tiger by Eurocopter of France and the T-129 by Turkey.

This project, worth 1.84 trillion won, will see Korea purchase 36 attack helicopters. The winner of the bid will also be announced in October next year. (Yonhap News)

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MessageSujet: Re: Armée Sud Coréene/Republic of Korea Armed Forces ( RoKAF )   Ven 22 Juil 2011 - 22:33

La compétition pour l'achat de 36 hélicoptères d'attaque vient de commencer, voici les concurrents:

- AH-1W SuperCobra-Bell = USA
- AH-64D Block III - Boeing = USA
- EC-665 Tigre - Eurocopter = France
- T-129 Atak - TAI = Turquie

J'espère qu'on pourra remporter ce marché. Mais je pencherai sur l'Apache, puisque ces hélicos serviront à contrer les blindés nord-coréens. Même le T-129 à aussi était fabriqué pour détruire un assaut de blindé grec.
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MessageSujet: Re: Armée Sud Coréene/Republic of Korea Armed Forces ( RoKAF )   Sam 23 Juil 2011 - 15:06

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South Korea's Naval Buildup

Seoul wants a blue-water navy
A southern island with long-standing issues with the mainland; local residents up in arms over the construction of a new, large military base; environmentalists concerned that these plans will disrupt sensitive under sea coral formations.

Another chapter in the unending Okinawa Marine base saga?

No. In this instance the island is Jeju-do off the southern coast of South Korea. The issue is Seoul’s desire to build a major naval base in Gangjeong village on the southern part of the island to serve as a home port for South Korea’s growing fleet of large and sophisticated warships.

Much is made about China’s rapidly expanding navy and ambition to create a fleet capable of projecting power globally. Not so well known is South Korea’s decade-long project to build its own blue water navy. There is nothing particularly secret about South Korea’s naval build up, it just doesn’t get the kind of attention that China’s gets.

This ocean-going force is built around an arsenal of sophisticated guided missile destroyers, including most recently, two 7,600-ton Aegis-equipped monster destroyers with one more under construction , half a dozen 4,500-ton destroyers, submarines and amphibious assault ships.

The flagship of this new strategic fleet is an 18,000 ton, flat-topped amphibious assault ship with the pregnant name of Dokdo, after the tiny island in the Sea of Japan that is claimed by both Korea and Japan and which is a frequent source of tensions between the two countries.

The Dokdo is currently larger than anything in the Japanese navy or even the rapidly expanding Chinese navy – or at least until Beijing finally launches its much-talked about aircraft carrier. Indeed, it is the largest warship belonging to any Asian navy east of India.

Although its main armament would be helicopters and marines, it would also be capable of supporting unmanned aircraft in some future conflict. The South Koreans are planning to build several more of this type of vessel, although probably not as large.

The official purpose of this naval buildup by South Korea is, much as in China, to project power beyond its coastline plus being able to participate in international peacekeeping operations and disaster recovery and relief efforts. Several South Korean destroyers participate in the anti-piracy patrols off Somalia’s coast, along with warships from China and Japan.

A more logical explanation would be that, as in China, the expansion and modernization of the fleet is a natural and inevitable growing process of a nation’s armed forces proportional to the rapidly growing size of its economy. Rationales for the expansion are found later.

A naval base on the south side of Jeju is an obvious step in South Korea’s blue water ambitions, as it allows direct access to the open sea. But it is also located about as far away from the sensitive border with North Korea, supposedly South Korea’s true enemy, as one can be and still be in the country.

When completed in 2014, the base will accommodate about 20 of the country’s most modern surface warships and submarines. There is also proposed space to dock two large cruise ships, an apparent sop to locals as it could be argued the new port boosts tourism.

Growing numbers of Chinese are visiting Jeju and would likely formed the bulk of the passengers on the tourist vessels. Seoul probably is not unhappy that thousands of ordinary Chinese will get a good look at Korea’s growing naval might while enjoying beaches and sampling kimchi.

South Korea’s blue water naval strategy developed in the late 1990s, during a period of relatively relaxed relations with North Korea. This was the time of the Sunshine policy of President Kim Dae-jung and his successor.

But unlike China, which has few if any threats along its coastline, North Korea does pose a real menace. That was driven home last year when a North Korean submarine put a torpedo into the South Korean Corvette Choenan, sending her to the bottom along with more than 40 of her crew.

While Seoul was dreaming of grandiose deep sea ambitions, it had taken its eye off the ball and become somewhat lackadaisical about protecting its sensitive northern coastline. And if the events of last year proved anything, it is that one cannot be lackadaisical about the dangerous provocations from the North.

This sobering experience has not immediately altered Seoul’s naval procurement plans, which of course, were longstanding. But one hears less and less about blue water power projection. Last May the government withdrew “Ocean Navy Strategy” as an official rationale for the Jeju naval base (though work proceeds).

Unlike Okinawa, which is mainly a three-cornered dispute between Tokyo, Washington and the people of Okinawa, the Jeju base dispute has attracted more attention from international peace groups, Catholic organizations and other NGOs. Unlike Okinawa, which bristles with military bases there are no major installations on Jeju. Indeed, it likes to bill itself as an “island of peace.”

But like Okinawa, which still harbors resentments toward the mainland, Jeju has its own issues. For Okinawans it was the way they were used as cannon fodder during the last battle of World War II. For Jeju people it is the “4.3 Incident”.

The date refers to a rebellion, probably stoked by the communist Workers’ Party (now the rulers of North Korea but banned in the South, that broke out in April 3, 1948. The army put the rebellion down but it is estimated that 14,000 to 60,000 were killed. Since then South Korea’s military has not been particularly welcome on Jeju.
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MessageSujet: Re: Armée Sud Coréene/Republic of Korea Armed Forces ( RoKAF )   Sam 23 Juil 2011 - 15:22

le dilema entre se concentrer sur son ennemi au nord,et preserver ses ambitions oceaniques contre celles de la Chine et le Japon,cette region devient de plus en plus problematique.

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MessageSujet: Re: Armée Sud Coréene/Republic of Korea Armed Forces ( RoKAF )   Lun 1 Aoû 2011 - 13:29

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S. Korea's first spy plane arrives for deployment
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SEOUL, Aug. 1 (Yonhap) -- South Korea's first surveillance airplane to be deployed this year arrived at an Air Force base on Monday, the country's defense procurement agency said.
The Defense Acquisition Program Administration (DAPA) said an E-737, the country's first airborne early warning and control system (AWACS) aircraft from Boeing, landed at the Air Force base in Gimhae, about 450 kilometers southeast of Seoul.
The aircraft, based on Boeing's 737-700, has been dubbed "Peace Eye" after a naming contest in 2008.
"The first E-737 completed tests by our Air Force at Boeing's factory in Seattle," the DAPA said in a statement. "It will go through test flights and acceptance tests before it's handed over to our Air Force in early September."
In 2006, South Korea reached a US$1.6 billion deal with Boeing to purchase four E-737s. The DAPA said the remaining three E-737s will be delivered by 2012. Australia and Turkey are the other operators.
According to the agency, the E-737, equipped with an electronically scanned radar antenna, can detect and monitor up to 1,000 airborne or surface targets simultaneously.
"It will be capable of checking airborne or seaborne targets on the entire Korean Peninsula, and will be able to catch aircraft flying at low altitude infiltrating mountainous areas," the DAPA added.

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MessageSujet: Re: Armée Sud Coréene/Republic of Korea Armed Forces ( RoKAF )   Lun 1 Aoû 2011 - 15:14

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Russia enters S. Korean tender with 5th-generation fighter

Russia's Sukhoi T-50 PAK-FA fifth-generation fighter has been placed on a short list of a South Korean tender for the delivery of advanced fighter jets, a Russian arms industry think-tank said on Monday.
Korea is seeking to buy 60 fighters with advanced stealth capability from a foreign aircraft maker in the biggest arms-procurement deal ever for the country with an estimated budget of $7.86 billion under a program code-named FX-III.
Russia's Center for Analysis of World Arms Trade cited South Korean Defense Acquisition Program Administration (DAPA) as saying that Sukhoi's fighter would compete with the F-15SE Silent Eagle from Boeing, the F-35 Lightning II from Lockheed Martin and the Eurofighter Typhoon from the European Aeronautic Defense and Space Company (EADS).
The winner of the tender is expected to be announced in 2012, but the actual deliveries may start four years later.
The Sukhoi T-50 fighter is being developed by the Sukhoi design bureau and built at a plant in Komsomolsk-on-Amur, in Russia's Far East.
The first prototype conducted its maiden flight in January 2010 and has so far carried out over 40 tests. Two more prototypes are at the various stages of testing. The Russian Air Force said it had plans to acquire over 60 T-50 fighters after 2015.
Although T-50 specifications remain classified, reports indicate that the design incorporates the latest fighter jet developments, including advanced stealth capability, supersonic cruising speed, and highly integrated control systems.
The T-50 offered to Seoul is most likely an export version of the aircraft being developed by Sukhoi and India's Hindustan Aeronautics Ltd. (HAL) under a $6-billion joint project.
Experts believe, though, that Sukhoi and EADS have little chance of winning the tender as Korea's alliance with the United States will be a decisive factor in the race.

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MessageSujet: Re: Armée Sud Coréene/Republic of Korea Armed Forces ( RoKAF )   Mar 2 Aoû 2011 - 13:34

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MessageSujet: Re: ROK-Armée Sud Coréene    Mer 10 Aoû 2011 - 14:53

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MessageSujet: Re: Armée Sud Coréene/Republic of Korea Armed Forces ( RoKAF )   Lun 15 Aoû 2011 - 15:45

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Seoul to Deploy Sub-Killer Torpedoes


The Navy will deploy Korean-made Hongsangeo (Red Shark) "submarine-killer" torpedoes on the Navy's top-end Aegis destroyer this month, it emerged on Sunday.

"The Navy installed a torpedo launch system on the King Sejong the Great late last month and began the final sea acceptance test on Aug. 8," a military source said. "The tests are going well, so it'll be possible to deploy the torpedoes on the destroyer sometime late this month."

The Hongsangeo is an anti-submarine missile that is launched vertically to avoid detection by enemy submarines and to increase its range. It is dropped by parachute near the intended target. After release, the torpedo falls into the water and independently searches for the target.
A Hongsangeo anti-submarine missile is test-launched from a destroyer (file photo). /Courtesy of the Agency for Defense Development

The Agency for Defense Development spent W100 billion (US$1=W1,081) over the nine years until 2009 on developing the Hongsangeo. It has a longer range and much higher accuracy than light torpedoes launched by conventional vessels or aircraft.

"Deployment of the torpedo, which is launched vertically and attacks enemy submarine up to 30 km away, will drastically improve anti-submarine operations capabilities in both the East and West Seas," another military officer said.

The torpedoes, which measure 5.7 m by 0.38 m, weigh 820 kg and cost about W2 billion apiece, will also be deployed on the Aegis destroyer Yulgok Yi Yi sometime late this year.

Deployment comes at a time when China is flexing its nautical muscle near Korean waters, not least with the imminent launch of its first aircraft carrier.

Future Hope Alliance lawmaker Song Young-sun of the National Assembly Defense Committee said the torpedoes "could play a role in the containment of subs that typically escort an aircraft carrier fleet."

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MessageSujet: Re: Armée Sud Coréene/Republic of Korea Armed Forces ( RoKAF )   Mar 16 Aoû 2011 - 14:21

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South Korea Thinks F-35 Can Meet Schedule



BEIJING — The South Korean air force rates all of the Western competitors for its F-X Phase 3 fighter program, including the F-35 Lightning, as capable of meeting the in-service date of 2016, an assessment that appears to raise the chances of the Lockheed Martin aircraft.

The air force does not express the same view on the fourth and most recent competitor for the planned 60-aircraft order, the Sukhoi PAK FA.

The Eurofighter Typhoon is in service and can therefore meet the schedule, the air force says in an unpublished briefing paper. And although it notes that the F-35 and the Boeing F-15SE Silent Eagle are not fully developed, the air force says they can be ready in time.

That judgment is less important for the F-15SE than for the F-35. The Boeing fighter would be modified for the SE version mainly by introducing fly-by-wire flight controls, adapting its conformal fuel tanks to house weapon bays and by canting the tail fins with a straightforward structural change—objectives that should be achievable well before 2016.

But for the Lightning the air force’s assessment seems to sweep aside concerns that, while the stealth fighter is especially well suited to the air-to-ground part of the F-X Phase 3 requirement, its repeatedly delayed development schedule has become uncomfortably tight for South Korea’s needs.

The U.S. Air Force does not expect its F-35As to be operational until 2018. Its definition of initial operational capability is more demanding than South Korea’s, but the U.S. schedule offers little reassurance for potential buyers that would need the aircraft earlier.

Even if the South Korean air force’s assessment is not realistic, the expression of that view at least means that the service is willing to proceed as if the F-35 complies fully with its requirements. And if the air force is bending the rules for the F-35, then it seems to be showing a preference for it.

On the other hand, the F-X Phase 3 program could be delayed, giving more time for Lockheed Martin to meet the schedule. The company has said it could deliver aircraft to South Korea in 2016—but that is not the same as establishing an operational capability.

In the briefing paper, the air force is silent on the question of whether the PAK FA would be ready in time. The failure to endorse the Russian fighter’s schedule can only raise concerns that the aircraft, a late entry into the race, is regarded as only a stalking horse for the Western fighters.

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MessageSujet: Re: Armée Sud Coréene/Republic of Korea Armed Forces ( RoKAF )   Mar 16 Aoû 2011 - 16:46

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A scale-model on display at the Sikorsky Innovations booth in the exhibit hall gives away the company's new strategic move.

The model shows that Sikorsky has partnered with Korea Aerospace Research Institute (KARI), which has been developing the Smart unmanned air vehicle (UAV) tiltrotor for about nine years.

No information about the new alliance was immediately available, but Sikorsky is likely to explain the model's presence in its own both later this week.

KARI had originally partnered with Bell several years ago to develop a more capable version of the latter's HV911 Eagle Eye. Bell dropped out of the partnership in 2005, then canceled the Eagle Eye following several mishaps in flight testing.

Sikorsky is apparently entering the market for tiltrotor unmanned air systems, in an unexpected challenge to one of Bell Helicopter

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KARI, however, continued developing the Smart UAV and achieved first flight in 2008.

Sikorsky has experimented with various rotory-wing configurations over its history, including most notably the coaxial rotor of the X2 high-speed helicopter.

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MessageSujet: Re: Armée Sud Coréene/Republic of Korea Armed Forces ( RoKAF )   Lun 5 Sep 2011 - 14:56

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(Reuters) - The Obama administration has begun consulting Congress on plans to sell remotely piloted Global Hawk surveillance planes to South Korea, which came close to all-out war with North Korea last year, two people familiar with the matter said.

Among those briefed have been the Senate's and House of Representatives' foreign affairs committees, which have jurisdiction over arms sales, the people familiar with the matter said.

There was no immediate word on when formal notification of a proposed sale might take place, nor on the potential overall value.

South Korea has been under pressure to boost surveillance capabilities over North Korea after two attacks against it killed 50 people last year, driving tensions on the Korean peninsula to the highest levels in decades.

Talks on ending North Korea's nuclear program in return for aid have stalled since 2008 and the United Nations imposed new tough sanctions after Pyongyang conducted its second nuclear test and missile tests the following year.

Northrop Grumman, which builds the high-flying, long-endurance airframe, said Seoul was considering buying four RQ-4 Global Hawk "Block 30" drones, which can carry intelligence, surveillance and reconnaissance payloads.

Associated ground stations would be included in such a sale, Gemma Loochkartt, a company spokeswoman, said by email on Wednesday. Deliveries could take place in 2014 and 2015 if a government-to-government deal is signed this year, she said.

The Block 30 airframes sell for roughly $30 million apiece, not including their payloads. Raytheon Co's "Enhanced Integrated Sensor Suite" lets the aircraft scan large swaths and transmit imagery from 60,000 feet in near real-time using electro-optical, infrared and radar-imaging sensors.

The State Department declined to comment pending formal notification of a proposed sale to Congress. The U.S. Air Force, which would broker the deal, and South Korea's embassy in Washington also had no immediate comment.

An official at the South Korean Defense Ministry's procurement agency said it remains interested in acquiring the aircraft system and is waiting for Washington to have a formal go-ahead to negotiate the sale.

"Our interest is based on the operational need of our military," the official said.

The head of the Defense Acquisition Program Administration Noh Dae-lae had earlier expressed concern about the system's reliability after reports about the aircraft's technical shortfalls in May.

The Global Hawk is due to replace the Cold War-vintage U-2 spy plane in 2015, Lieutenant Colonel Rick Thomas, the U.S. Air Force's Global Hawk functional manager, told reporters on August 10.

Japan, Singapore and Australia also have shown interest in acquiring Global Hawk, Loochkartt said.

Global Hawk's export would require a waiver under the Missile Technology Control Regime. The MTCR is a voluntary pact among at least 34 countries aimed at curbing the spread of unmanned delivery systems that could be used for weapons of mass destruction.

The aircraft's range -- 12,300 nautical miles -- and payload capacity -- 3,000 pounds (1,360 kg) -- subject it to the arms control agreement created in 1987.

Then-Defense Secretary Robert Gates said in October 2008 that the United States was "very sympathetic" to South Korea's interest in Global Hawk but added that there were MTCR issues to overcome.

Wes Bush, Northrop Grumman's chief executive, complained in an August 17 speech that export curbs on unmanned systems were harming U.S. industry without making the United States any safer.

"The good news," he said, "is that the Defense Department is promoting what is clearly the best export reform policy -- build higher walls around fewer things."

But tweaking the MTCR would be a mistake, some critics have argued, for instance if it led Russia or China, for instance, to follow suit with sales of such drones to countries like Iran, at odds with the West over its nuclear program.

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MessageSujet: Re: Armée Sud Coréene/Republic of Korea Armed Forces ( RoKAF )   Lun 5 Sep 2011 - 15:21

ca sera alors la 2eme fois que ca s´exporte,apres l´EuroHawk destiné a la Luftwaffe

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MessageSujet: Re: Armée Sud Coréene/Republic of Korea Armed Forces ( RoKAF )   Jeu 8 Sep 2011 - 3:10

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MessageSujet: Re: Armée Sud Coréene/Republic of Korea Armed Forces ( RoKAF )   Ven 16 Sep 2011 - 0:35

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MessageSujet: Re: Armée Sud Coréene/Republic of Korea Armed Forces ( RoKAF )   Mar 20 Sep 2011 - 8:30

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MessageSujet: Re: Armée Sud Coréene/Republic of Korea Armed Forces ( RoKAF )   Mar 20 Sep 2011 - 12:46

on dirait entrainement commandos,ressemble un peu au SPIE(Special Patrol Insertion and Extraction) mais ici pas vraiment.

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MessageSujet: Re: Armée Sud Coréene/Republic of Korea Armed Forces ( RoKAF )   Mer 21 Sep 2011 - 12:55

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S.Korean Navy Fails to Spot N.Korean Subs




South Korean patrol boats and corvettes are able to detect a mere 30 percent of submarines at a time when North Korea is increasing the frequency of submarine infiltration drills.

According to data the Joint Chiefs of Staff and the Defense Intelligence Agency submitted to Democratic Party lawmaker Shin Hak-yong of the National Assembly's Defense Committee, North Korean submarine infiltration drills in the West Sea increased to 28 between January and August 2010, from a mere two in the same period in 2008 and only five in 2009.

In the same period this year, North Korea raised the number of infiltration drills to 50.

Infiltration exercises using semi-submersible craft also rose from 14 in the first eight months last year to 22 this year. The number of submarine exercises in the East Sea soared from 25 in the January-August period last year to 39 this year.

This year's submarine exercises in the West Sea were reportedly concentrated between June and August. "There's a likelihood that the North will seek a chance for provocation as a lot of North Korean and Chinese fishing boats are busy in the West Sea during the blue crab harvest season" that began in early September, Shin said.

But South Korean patrol boats and corvettes tasked with defending the coasts lack the capacity to detect subs. Some navy patrol boats including the one plying waters near Baeknyeong Island when the Navy corvette Cheonan was attacked in March last year failed to spot any enemy subs at all during an anti-sub exercise in August the same year.

Corvettes of the Second Navy Fleet detected a mere 28 percent of the submarines taking part in exercises in the first quarter last year.

"The military needs to step up vigilance around the northwesternmost islands until the blue crab season comes to an end," Shin said. "It needs extra surveillance equipment, including up-to-date destroyers that have excellent submarine detection capabilities."
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MessageSujet: Re: Armée Sud Coréene/Republic of Korea Armed Forces ( RoKAF )   Jeu 22 Sep 2011 - 9:37

Yakuza a écrit:
on dirait entrainement commandos,ressemble un peu au SPIE(Special Patrol Insertion and Extraction) mais ici pas vraiment.

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MessageSujet: Re: Armée Sud Coréene/Republic of Korea Armed Forces ( RoKAF )   Jeu 22 Sep 2011 - 12:52

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Boeing delivers first Peace Eye 737 AEW&C to South Korea




ROKAF BASE GIMHAE, South Korea, Sept. 21, 2011 -- A team led by Boeing [NYSE: BA] today delivered the first Peace Eye 737 Airborne Early Warning and Control (AEW&C) aircraft to the Republic of Korea Air Force (ROKAF).

The aircraft was delivered during a ceremony attended by officials from the ROKAF, the Defense Acquisition Program Administration (DAPA), the South Korean and U.S. governments, industry partners and Boeing at ROKAF Base Gimhae, the main operating base for the Peace Eye fleet.

"Peace Eye increases South Korea's self-defense capacity with powerful airborne-surveillance and battle-management capabilities that will help enhance the security of the Korean peninsula," said Randy Price, Peace Eye program manager for Boeing. "Working closely with the ROKAF, DAPA, the U.S. government and our Korean industry partners was key to making today's milestone a reality."

Three additional Peace Eye aircraft are being modified by Korean Aerospace Industries in Sacheon, Korea, and will be delivered to the ROKAF in 2012.

The Peace Eye program includes four 737 AEW&C aircraft plus ground support segments for mission crew training, mission support and system maintenance. 737 AEW&C aircraft also are in production for the governments of Australia and Turkey.

Based on the Boeing Next-Generation 737-700 commercial airplane, the 737 AEW&C aircraft is designed to provide airborne battle-management capability with an advanced multirole electronically scanned radar and 10 state-of-the-art mission crew consoles that are able to track airborne and maritime targets simultaneously. The mission crew can direct offensive and defensive forces while maintaining continuous surveillance of the operational area.

A unit of The Boeing Company, Boeing Defense, Space & Security is one of the world's largest defense, space and security businesses specializing in innovative and capabilities-driven customer solutions, and the world's largest and most versatile manufacturer of military aircraft. Headquartered in St. Louis, Boeing Defense, Space & Security is a $32 billion business with 64,000 employees
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MessageSujet: Re: Armée Sud Coréene/Republic of Korea Armed Forces ( RoKAF )   Ven 23 Sep 2011 - 4:25

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Sagem va moderniser les sous-marins coréens du type 209




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Le groupe français a été retenu pour assurer la modernisation du système de navigation des sous-marins sud-coréens du type 209 (classe KSS-1 Chang Bogo). Dans le cadre du contrat signé par Sagem, les bâtiments recevront deux centrales de navigation inertielle Sigma 40XP, qui seront intégrées au système de combat. « Les critères techniques de sélection ont été déterminants dans la décision finale de la DAPA (Defense Acquisition Program Administration) confirmant ainsi la confiance de la marine coréenne dans les systèmes de navigation de Sagem qui équipent déjà ses bâtiments de surface », se félicite le groupe français.
Développée et produite par Sagem, Sigma 40XP fait appel aux dernières innovations technologiques dans le domaine des gyrolasers à haute performance associées aux techniques avancées de filtrage numérique. « Au coeur de Sigma 40 XP, la technologie gyrolaser a démontré qu'elle est la mieux adaptée aux environnements opérationnels les plus sévères, typiques de ceux des sous-marins en plongée. Cette modernisation du système de navigation des KSS-1 permettra à ces unités de se hisser au meilleur niveau opérationnel, conformément aux besoins de la marine coréenne », affirme Sagem, qui estime que ce nouveau contrat « conforte (sa) position de leader auprès des forces sous-marines en matière de navigation à haute performance ».
A ce jour, onze classes de sous-marins dans le monde, soit plus de 50 unités à propulsion nucléaire, anaérobie (AIP) ou conventionnelle, sont dotées de systèmes de navigation Sagem, ainsi que plus de 300 bâtiments de surface.


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