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MessageSujet: Re: Armée Sud Coréene/Republic of Korea Armed Forces ( RoKAF )   Ven 16 Oct 2009 - 19:06

les Coreens obligés de cannibaliser leur F 15 K par manque de spares !

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New Fighter Jets Chronically Short of Spare Parts

Faced with a shortage of spare parts for its newest F-15K fighter jets, the Air Force is resorting to stripping components from one jet and putting them into another to keep them flying.

According to documents the Air Force submitted to Grand National Party lawmaker Kim Jang-soo, who heads the National Assembly's Defense Committee, the rate of availability of new spare parts for F-15K fighter jets was 16 percent last year, compared to between 70 to 80 percent for other fighter planes.

The so-called "concurrent spare parts" or CSP rate shows how much out of a year's worth of spare parts in inventory can be used immediately. Sixteen percent is spectacularly low.

Instead, the Air Force has resorted to cannibalizing other F-15K jets.

Instances of cannibalization rose from 39 cases in 2006 to 203 in 2007 and 350 in 2008. Cannibalization is prohibited, but authorization can be given by the top echelon when there is no other option, enabling the Air Force to maintain an operation rate of more than 80 percent for the F-15Ks. But at any given time, five to six of the jets remain grounded because components are missing.

The Air Force cites a lack of forecasts of "components needs" because it claims to be in the early stages of deploying F-15Ks, and blames manufacturer Boeing for failing to hand over the relevant information.

"Cannibalization will decrease with time as we gain more experience operating the F-15Ks, being able to forecast the potential shortage of different components," an Air Force spokesman said. He claimed cannibalization was common in air forces around the world.

But one former Air Force general said, "Cannibalization involves used parts, and when it comes to something as intricate as a fighter jet, a major malfunction could result."

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MessageSujet: Re: Armée Sud Coréene/Republic of Korea Armed Forces ( RoKAF )   Ven 16 Oct 2009 - 19:47

16% Shocked
ils doivent etre satisfaits de leurs F-16 (compared to between 70 to 80 percent for other fighter planes. )

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MessageSujet: Re: Armée Sud Coréene/Republic of Korea Armed Forces ( RoKAF )   Mar 20 Oct 2009 - 17:35

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MessageSujet: Re: Armée Sud Coréene/Republic of Korea Armed Forces ( RoKAF )   Mer 21 Oct 2009 - 15:30

OSAN AB - Air Power 2009

C-130H-30



F-15K


KF-16 Block 52


F-4E


F-5A


KF-5E II


T-50


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MessageSujet: Re: Armée Sud Coréene/Republic of Korea Armed Forces ( RoKAF )   Jeu 29 Oct 2009 - 9:12

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Lockheed offers 2014 delivery date for South Korea's first F-35s


Lockheed Martin remains confident that South Korea will select its F-35 Joint Strike Fighter for the third phase of its F-X competition, with the company saying that Seoul could even get access to the aircraft from 2014 if required.

"The F-35 is the best value fighter for South Korea. The country has received a classified briefing, and studies are under way to see if the aircraft can fit the various capabilities required by the air force. This will continue into 2010," says Steve O'Brien, Lockheed's vice-president of F-35 business development.

"There are slots available in 2014 for the first FMS [Foreign Military Sales] customer to take delivery of the F-35. We've given a number of different briefings to different customers on this issue, and it is up to the customers if they would like to come on board."

Just as it has with Japan, Lockheed is dangling the prospect of South Korean industry possibly participating in the F-35 programme by becoming second-tier suppliers. It could also allow some form of assembly work to take place in South Korea, similar to its agreement with Italy.

© Lockheed

South Korea is looking to buy around 60 fighters through its next F-X programme. However, there are worries in Seoul about possible delays to the F-35 programme, and that early versions of the type may not be as sophisticated as later models.

That could pave the way for Boeing and its new F-15 Silent Eagle, which the company has proposed with countries such as South Korea in mind. The F-15K was selected for the first two phases of South Korea's F-X competition, and Boeing is pushing Seoul to consider the F-15SE as an alternative to the F-35.

Industry sources say Boeing is willing to offer South Korea some work in the co-development of the stealth technology that it plans to use in the F-15SE, an offer that could help the country when it begins to work on its proposed KF-X light fighter.

"Boeing looks forward to Korea's anticipated competition. We are developing an advanced F-15, which we hope will fulfil Korea's defence capabilities and needs for many years to come," says Greg Laxton, vice-president Korea business development at Boeing Integrated Defense Systems.

"We are committed to building on the success of the F-15K next fighter I and II programmes, by working with our Korean industry partners to continue to strengthen Korea's aerospace industry."

Lockheed points out that only the F-35 and its F-22 Raptor are truly fifth-generation stealth fighters, while the F-15SE has only some "stealth elements", a fact that Boeing accepts.

"Stealth systems must be designed into the aircraft. This cannot be replicated in fourth-generation fighters. And the F-35 is about 10 years ahead of the F-22 in this regard," says O'Brien. "We won't comment on our competitors' products, but what I know is that the US government is going to purchase only fifth-generation aircraft and that is the F-35."

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MessageSujet: Re: Armée Sud Coréene/Republic of Korea Armed Forces ( RoKAF )   Mer 11 Nov 2009 - 0:08

affraid affraid

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Korean navies clash on disputed ocean border

Updated 2 hours 59 minutes ago

Tensions on the Korean pensinula have been brewing for months, and today exploded into a military clash between North and South Korea. According to South Korea's Yonhap news agency, a North Korean patrol boat crossed a disputed border in the Yellow Sea, prompting the South Korean navy to fire at it - first in warning, then for real. No casualties were reported during a subsequent exchange of fire, but the North Korean ship appears to have sustained heavy damage.

Pyongyang wants a full apology, while political observers in South Korea say the North may have deliberately sought to up the ante, eight days before a visit to Seoul by US President Barack Obama.

Presenter: Mark Colvin
Speaker: Mark Willacy, North Asia Correspondent

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MessageSujet: Re: Armée Sud Coréene/Republic of Korea Armed Forces ( RoKAF )   Mer 11 Nov 2009 - 0:51

AMRAAM_88 a écrit:


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Korean navies clash on disputed ocean border

Updated 2 hours 59 minutes ago

Tensions on the Korean pensinula have been brewing for months, and today exploded into a military clash between North and South Korea. According to South Korea's Yonhap news agency, a North Korean patrol boat crossed a disputed border in the Yellow Sea, prompting the South Korean navy to fire at it - first in warning, then for real. No casualties were reported during a subsequent exchange of fire, but the North Korean ship appears to have sustained heavy damage.

Pyongyang wants a full apology, while political observers in South Korea say the North may have deliberately sought to up the ante, eight days before a visit to Seoul by US President Barack Obama.

Presenter: Mark Colvin
Speaker: Mark Willacy, North Asia Correspondent

http://www.radioaustralia.net.au/asiapac/stories/200911/s2739057.htm
le seul menace à mon avis sur la flotte sud coréenne serais la grande flotte des SM de poche ( 370 tonnes ) 32, les autres SM sont Foutu même leur grand nombre 30, quand à force du surface bien que les nord reste ont une force assez rspectable avec un grande nombres des embarcations kamikazs, les patrouilleur lance missiles/tourpilles... mais j'apprécis beaucoup et énnormément les sud coréens quand ont voit que depuis 10/11 ans (1998), les sud coréens sont passé d'une flotte équipé d'ex-destroyers US datant de 1945 a une flotte de navire modernes:
" 3 destroyers KDX1
" 6 destroyers KDX 2
" 1 destroyer/croiseur KDX 3 (2 autres en constructions voir 3 de plus prévue vers 2015-2020....)
" 1 LPD Dokhdo (2 ou 3 autres prévue)
" 1 ou plusieurs portes avions envisagés
" 3 sous marin type 214
" 6 sous marins de construction nationale vers 2015-2020
" un projet de sous marin nucléaire envisagé vers 2020
" patrouilleurs, + navires auxiliare
" ils envisagent d'acheter des F35
avec aussi une flotte déversifié de corvette/frégtes/SM ( Type209/dolgorane) et 80 patrouilleurs...........

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MessageSujet: Re: Armée Sud Coréene/Republic of Korea Armed Forces ( RoKAF )   Mer 11 Nov 2009 - 11:18

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SEOUL - Israel's Elbit Systems has been selected as one of the top four "elite suppliers" for the Korea Utility Helicopter (KUH) program led by Korea Aerospace Industries (KAI), South Korea's only aircraft maker, according to a Nov. 2 news release.

KAI rolled out the KUH, called Surion, in July after nearly 40 months of research and development with technical assistance from Eurocopter.
According to the release by Elbit Systems, the four top companies were selected over some 80 companies involved in KAI's main programs and announced during KAI's suppliers' symposium.
The Israeli firm supplies KAI with three different types of airborne systems for the KUH: advanced Helmet Mounted Display systems (HMDs), Vehicle Information Systems and a Data Transfer Systems, the release said.
The HMDs enables the helicopter pilot to fly "head out of the cockpit," having all the flight data projected onto the helmet. This function is critical as it allows the pilot to perform missions successfully with high situational awareness and safety.
Elbit is also a subcontractor to KAI for systems engineering and integration of the entire KUH avionics system.
"We are greatly honored to have been selected by KAI as one of its top suppliers in this prestigious program. We take great pride in our ability to offer KAI and the Korean Army our high quality systems and project management processors," said Yoram Shmuely, co-general manager of Elbit Systems' Aerospace Division.
The production of 245 Surions is scheduled to start as early as late 2011 after flight and ground tests.
On the basis of the KUH platform and related technologies, KAI plans to develop both civil and military variants for attack, landing/maritime operations, evacuation or firefighting.
KAI forecast that the KUH could replace about 300 of the 1,000 civil and military helicopters expected to be purchased globally over the next 25 years.
The 8.7-metric-ton aircraft is able to hover at 9,258 feet with a climbing speed of 500 feet per minute. The helicopter has a top speed of 240 kilometers per hour and can carry two pilots and 11 troops. It can stay in the air for well over two hours.
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MessageSujet: Re: Armée Sud Coréene/Republic of Korea Armed Forces ( RoKAF )   Dim 15 Nov 2009 - 12:27

I don't Know why I love this Army








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MessageSujet: Re: Armée Sud Coréene/Republic of Korea Armed Forces ( RoKAF )   Jeu 19 Nov 2009 - 20:46

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Pratt & Whitney Delivers First F100-229 Engine Enhancement Package (EEP) Engine

(Source: Pratt & Whitney; issued November 17, 2009)



EAST HARTFORD, Conn. --- Pratt & Whitney has delivered the first ever F100-229 Engine Enhancement Package (EEP) Engine for installation in a Republic of Korea Air Force F-15. This is the first of six EEP engines to be delivered to the ROKAF this year, in addition to the ongoing delivery of engine build kits that will be assembled by Samsung Techwin in Korea. The engine program is valued at approximately $200 million and is scheduled for delivery in 2009 and 2010. Pratt & Whitney is a United Technologies Corp. company.

"We are honored that the ROKAF has selected the Pratt & Whitney F100-PW-229 EEP engine to power their fighter fleet," said Bill Begert, Vice President of Business Development for Pratt & Whitney. "With the F100-PW-229 EEP engine, we have listened to the needs of the customer and are delivering to them a high quality, dependable engine that is safer, more durable and costs significantly less to operate and maintain."

The F100-PW-229 EEP engine is the only fighter engine funded and qualified by the U.S. Air Force to 6,000 cycle capability and is the latest evolution of the F100 family of fighter aircraft engines. The F100-PW-229 EEP engine increases the engine depot inspection interval from seven years to 10 years and provides up to a 30 percent life cycle cost reduction over the life of the engine. The EEP will also offer significant safety benefits, with a predicted 25 percent reduction in the in-flight shutdown rate.
The F100-PW-229 EEP engine offers customers a lower total cost of ownership and an outstanding record of safety. Incorporating the latest technologies, this propulsion system provides advanced, dependable power for F-15 and F-16 fighter aircraft around the world.


Pratt & Whitney is a world leader in the design, manufacture and service of aircraft engines, space propulsion systems and industrial gas turbines. United Technologies, based in Hartford, Conn., is a diversified company providing high technology products and services to the global aerospace and building industries.



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MessageSujet: Re: Armée Sud Coréene/Republic of Korea Armed Forces ( RoKAF )   Jeu 19 Nov 2009 - 22:50

Le même moteur que pour nos futurs F-16 .... Cool

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MessageSujet: Re: Armée Sud Coréene/Republic of Korea Armed Forces ( RoKAF )   Dim 22 Nov 2009 - 17:13


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ROKA capital artillery brigade's K-9 SPAs are firing 155mm rounds in Younchon, Kyungki province. November 19th.


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A TOW launcher vehicle from TOW company, ROKA 8th div firing a missile during exercise in Sungjin training range. November 19.

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ROKS general Lee shun shin departed from Busan naval base, ROKN operations command to gulf of aden. ROKS Lee shun shin will replace ROKS Dae jo young which is conducting anti piracy operation. November 20.

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MessageSujet: Re: Armée Sud Coréene/Republic of Korea Armed Forces ( RoKAF )   Mar 1 Déc 2009 - 0:37

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La Corée du Sud va admettre un nouveau sous-marin au service actif
Publié le 30 novembre 2009.

La marine sud-coréenne a annoncé lundi qu’elle allait admettre au service actif son plus récent sous-marin.
L’An Jung Geun sera admis mardi au service actif dans le port de Busan, indique la marine dans son communiqué.
Le sous-marin, d’un déplacement de 1.800 t, peut naviguer à 20 nœuds (37 km/h) et peut suivre 300 pistes en même temps. Il porte le nom d’un héros national, qui avait assassiné un diplomate japonais au début du 20è siècle, lorsque la péninsule coréenne était colonisée par le Japon.
Selon son ministère de la défense, la Corée du Sud dispose de 10 sous-marins [1]. L’An Jung Geun peut rester en plongée pendant 2 semaines sans refaire surface, grâce à sa propulsion anaérobie.

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[1] NdT : Selon l’encyclopédie en ligne Wikipedia, la Corée du Sud dispose en fait de 12 sous-marins : 9 U-209/1200 et 3 U-214, dont l’An Jung Geun est le dernier exemplaire commandé à Hyundai Heavy Industries.

La marine sud-coréenne a aussi commandé 6 autres U-214, à Daewoo Shipbuilding & Marine Engineering cette fois. La construction du premier exemplaire de cette 2è série a commencé en 2009.

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MessageSujet: Re: Armée Sud Coréene/Republic of Korea Armed Forces ( RoKAF )   Mar 1 Déc 2009 - 0:48

apparament c'est la troisiéme U-214, mais Vu que les Type 214 coréens fonctionne, les problèmes des type 214 grecs c'est de la malfaçon ?

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MessageSujet: Re: Armée Sud Coréene/Republic of Korea Armed Forces ( RoKAF )   Mer 2 Déc 2009 - 10:18






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MessageSujet: Re: Armée Sud Coréene/Republic of Korea Armed Forces ( RoKAF )   Sam 12 Déc 2009 - 18:34

lancement du PKG-715 & 716
mais vraiment ces sud coréens






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MessageSujet: Re: Armée Sud Coréene/Republic of Korea Armed Forces ( RoKAF )   Mar 22 Déc 2009 - 0:16

Le T-129 bientôt au Corée? Cool


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For both the AH-X and KAH initiatives, AgustWestland is offering the T-129 version, currently under development for the Turkish Army. The T-129 is an upgraded variant of the Agusta A129 Mangusta. The T-129 development is led by Turkish Aerospace Industries (TAI), with AgustaWestland as the primary partner.

"It depends on the ROC for the KAH, but the T-129 model is very competitive both for the AH-X and KAH," said an AgustaWestland official in charge of marketing in Northeast Asia.

If South Korea buys T-129s for its AH-X needs, the T-129 platform will be used in developing a KAH with cost effectiveness for service, support and training, the official said.

The T-129 could also be retrofitted with Korean equipments developed for the KAH, he said.

Should South Korea select the T-129 for the KAH program, it would help Korea get easier access to the international collaborative program as well as reduce the estimated development time, costs and risks regarding the KAH, he noted, adding the T-129 will also ensure access to export market sales.

The first prototype of the T-129 made its successful first flight in September with four more prototypes scheduled to be built in 2010. Under a 2007 contract, the team of TAI, AgustaWestland and other local subcontractors will produce 50 T-129s with an option for a further 41 aircraft.

TAI is in charge of developing an indigenous mission computer, avionics, weapons systems, self-protection suites and the helmet-mounting cuing systems. Turkey has full marketing and intellectual property rights for the T-129 platform, and there are also no restrictions imposed on it for the export or transfer of the platform to other countries.

Powered by two LHTEC T800 engines, the T-129 has an operational range of 561 kilometers and can cruise at a speed of 269 kilometers per hour. It has a maximum takeoff weight of 11,023 pounds. Weapons systems will include UMTAS locally-developed anti-tank missiles, Stinger AA missiles, a 20mm canon and unguided rockets.

If the KAH's ROC calls for a light attack helicopter, the AW109 light utility helicopter would be a feasible platform, the official said.

"The AW109 offers a low cost alternative for the 'low concept' of the KAH," he said. Among the possible collaborative projects for the AW109 are the design-development of mission weapon systems-avionics, component/sub assembly manufacture, final assembly and in-service support, said the official.

The AW109 is a light-weight, twin engine multipurpose helicopter. It has a maximum speed of 285 kilometers per hour and a ferry range of 964 kilometers. The aircraft has a service ceiling of 5,974 meters. It has a maximum takeoff weight of 6,283 pounds.

Korea-Turkey Procurement Imbalance

Industrial sources here say possible cooperation between Korea and Turkey over the T-129 program, in particular, will help resolve an imbalance in defense procurement between the two governments.

Ankara is the biggest arms importer for Seoul. Turkey has bought a host of Korean defense systems in recent years. These include the $100 million contract over the K9 155m self-propelled howitzer in 2001 for the Turkish army; the $500 million deal to deliver 55 KT-1 Woongbi basic trainers for the Turkish air force in 2007; and the $400 million contract to help Turkey develop a main battle tank.

Turkey is also considering purchasing Korea's amphibious large-deck landing ships, tank landing ships and K-10 ammunition re-supply vehicles.

During the Seoul International Aerospace & Defense Exhibition in October, Murad Bayar, undersecretary for defense industries of the Turkish Ministry of National Defense, raised this issue when he met his Korean counterpart DAPA Commissioner Byun Moo-keun, according to the sources.

"In a meeting with the DAPA commissioner, Bayar asked Korea to consider buying the T-129 or joining the Turkey-Italy helicopter program," an industry source said on condition of anonymity. "Byun responded he would review the option in a careful manner."

The DAPA, in fact, asked AgustaWestland to provide information on the T-129 for examination earlier this year, according to officials of the procurement agency.

The agency plans to begin exploratory development of the KAH next year with an investment of about 3 billion won ($2.6 million).

The T-129 is expected to compete with the refurbished Apache Longbow helicopters offered by the U.S. Army for the AH-X program. For the KAH, it would compete with Eurocopter, which is developing the Korea Utility Helicopter with Korea Aerospace Industries.

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MessageSujet: Re: Armée Sud Coréene/Republic of Korea Armed Forces ( RoKAF )   Mar 29 Déc 2009 - 14:56


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KD-2 class destroyer ROKS Yang Manchun is firing its 127mm main gun.

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MessageSujet: Re: Armée Sud Coréene/Republic of Korea Armed Forces ( RoKAF )   Ven 1 Jan 2010 - 17:24

















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MessageSujet: Re: Armée Sud Coréene/Republic of Korea Armed Forces ( RoKAF )   Lun 8 Fév 2010 - 1:30

ROKAF à RED FLAG ...( F-15K en action)

Quelqu'un connaît la référence du HUD des F-15K il est immense... Shocked


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MessageSujet: Re: Armée Sud Coréene/Republic of Korea Armed Forces ( RoKAF )   Lun 8 Fév 2010 - 3:00

c´est un HUD a FoV large hollographique de Rockwell


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MessageSujet: Re: Armée Sud Coréene/Republic of Korea Armed Forces ( RoKAF )   Lun 8 Fév 2010 - 15:26


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K-1 tanks of ROKA 8th div are maneuvering for counterattack during air-land combined training.
Feb.2 2010
Video : http://www.dema.mil.kr/web/player.do?mode=detail&f_clip_id=CI100205211950&f_item_id=MI100205192157&f_titleclip=C

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MessageSujet: Re: Armée Sud Coréene/Republic of Korea Armed Forces ( RoKAF )   Mar 9 Fév 2010 - 4:02

Great pictures of the Tiger Division ( Capital Mechanized Infantry Division aka Mengho )






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MessageSujet: Re: Armée Sud Coréene/Republic of Korea Armed Forces ( RoKAF )   Mar 9 Fév 2010 - 12:18

little Kim n´a qu´a ce calmer Cool

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