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MessageSujet: Re: Armée Sud Coréene/Republic of Korea Armed Forces ( RoKAF )   Mer 6 Avr - 6:00

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South Korea's HII Launched the Seventh Type 214 KSS-2 Submarine For ROK Navy


South Korea has launched its seventh KSS-2 submarine, manufactured by Hyundai Heavy Industries (HHI), at Ulsan Shipyards. The Son Won-il class submarine was named Hong Beom-do, after a hero of South Korean independence struggle.




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MessageSujet: Re: Armée Sud Coréene/Republic of Korea Armed Forces ( RoKAF )   Ven 8 Avr - 4:09

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MessageSujet: Re: Armée Sud Coréene/Republic of Korea Armed Forces ( RoKAF )   Jeu 21 Avr - 1:25

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Thursday, 21 April 2016

South Korea joins efforts against potential EMP attack from North Korea
The South Korean Ministry of Science, ICT and Future Planning has signed an agreement with the Ministry of Defence to joint their efforts in protecting the country against a possible electromagnetic pulse attack from North Korea.





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MessageSujet: Re: Armée Sud Coréene/Republic of Korea Armed Forces ( RoKAF )   Mer 11 Mai - 9:29

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MessageSujet: Re: Armée Sud Coréene/Republic of Korea Armed Forces ( RoKAF )   Mer 18 Mai - 9:47

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South Korea 'to join the US-Japan missile defence exercise'

Chieko Tsuneoka, Tokyo - IHS Jane's Defence Weekly
18 May 2016

South Korea will join the United States and Japan in a joint anti-missile naval exercise in late June, a source in South Korea's defence ministry told IHS Jane's on 17 May on condition of anonymity.

Seoul's decision comes amid growing provocations from the communist regime in North Korea, which has recently engaged in a series of demonstrations of military might, including a fourth nuclear test in January and the launch of a long-range rocket the following month.

If confirmed, this will be the first time South Korea joins the US-Japan missile defence drill, which this year is set to involve an Aegis warship from each country that will simulate detecting, tracking, and shooting down ballistic missiles.











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MessageSujet: Re: Armée Sud Coréene/Republic of Korea Armed Forces ( RoKAF )   Jeu 19 Mai - 2:05

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DSME lays keel for South Korea's first KSS-III submarine

Ridzwan Rahmat, Singapore - IHS Jane's Defence Weekly
19 May 2016




South Korean shipbuilder, Daewoo Shipbuilding and Marine Engineering (DSME), has laid down the country's first KSS-III submarine, a company official confirmed with IHS Jane's on 19 May.

A keel-laying ceremony for the vessel was held at DSME's Okpo shipyard on Geoje Island, south of Busan on 17 May. Steel for the boat was first cut in November 2014.

DSME was contracted by South Korea's Defense Acquisition Program Administration (DAPA) to construct the first two 3,000-tonne submarines for the Republic of Korea Navy (RoKN) in late 2012.







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MessageSujet: Re: Armée Sud Coréene/Republic of Korea Armed Forces ( RoKAF )   Jeu 19 Mai - 10:12

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Thursday, 19 May 2016
Live fire exercice for U.S. and South Korean artillery troops near the Demilitarized Zone.





May 10, 2016, U.S. Soldiers from the 1st Battalion, 82nd Field Artillery Battalion, 1st Armored Brigade Combat Team, 1st Cavalry Division, participated in a live fire exercise with Republic of Korea Army soldiers from several battalions of the 26th Mechanized Infantry Division Artillery near the Demilitarized Zone that separates North and South Korea.




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MessageSujet: Re: Armée Sud Coréene/Republic of Korea Armed Forces ( RoKAF )   Ven 20 Mai - 2:45

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MessageSujet: Re: Armée Sud Coréene/Republic of Korea Armed Forces ( RoKAF )   Lun 23 Mai - 7:27

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DSME looks to spin off defence business

Jon Grevatt, Bangkok - IHS Jane's Defence Industry
23 May 2016

South Korean shipbuilder Daewoo Shipbuilding & Marine Engineering (DSME) looks increasingly likely to spin off its defence business in a bid to raise much-needed capital.

The company - a major constructor of naval vessels for the Republic of Korea Navy (RoKN) and export customers - said in a filing to the Korean stock exchange on 20 May that the "restructuring of [its] defence business is currently under review". DSME added that the restructuring is intended to support its "normalisation": a term used by the company to refer to its return to economic growth.

DSME also confirmed that the restructuring features a move to spin off its defence activities into a subsidiary, whose shares will then be listed through an initial public offering (IPO) before the end of year.









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MessageSujet: Re: Armée Sud Coréene/Republic of Korea Armed Forces ( RoKAF )   Jeu 26 Mai - 7:47

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Thursday, 26 May 2016

GE' F414-GE-400 engine selected for South Korea KF-X fighter program
According to the korean news agency Yonhap, the U.S. company General Electric (GE) was selected on Thursday as the preferred bidder to supply engines for South Korea's next-generation fighter jets, Seoul's state arms procurement agency said. GE has been picked as the supplier for the Korean Fighter Experimental (KF-X) program, according to the Defense Acquisition Program Administration (DAPA).




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MessageSujet: Re: Armée Sud Coréene/Republic of Korea Armed Forces ( RoKAF )   Ven 27 Mai - 5:35

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South Korea's first four AH-64E combat helicopters delivered to combat units

South Korea has deployed the latest upgraded model of Apache helicopters, which are expected to enhance its overall combat capability, the country's defense procurement agency said Thursday. According to the Defense Acquisition Procurement Administration, four AH-64E Guardians were delivered to Army units, which recently completed combat deployment. The four are the first to reach front-line South Korean combat units.





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MessageSujet: Re: Armée Sud Coréene/Republic of Korea Armed Forces ( RoKAF )   Ven 27 Mai - 8:41

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Korea Air Force has been put into service a new KT-100 training aircraft
May 27, 2016




KT-100 Trainer Jet (c) post.mk.co.kr
The Republic of Korea Air Force (ROKAF) has been put into service a new KT-100 training aircraft developed by Korea Aerospace Industries (KAI), repoted by newsis.com.

The KT-100 is a basic trainer variant of the KC-100 Naraon light aircraft developed for replace the ageing fleet of Ilyushin T-103 aircraft in service with the ROKAF.

The Air Force Academy rolled out the KT-100 during a ceremony at Cheongju, North Chungcheong Province, celebrating the delivery of two trainer aircraft from the country’s sole aircraft maker, Korea Aerospace Industries (KAI).

It said the new model will replace the aging Russian-made Ilyushin T-103s that have been used to train beginner-level cadets.

“The Air Force is expected to acquire some 20 planes from KAI and begin training its instructors by the end of this year,” an Air Force official said. “We plan to train cadets with it starting from 2017.”

The power-plant of KT-100 trainer integrates a single TSIOF-550-K engine supplied by Continental Motors. The engine, fitted with full-authority digital engine controls, generates a power of 315hp at 2,500rpm.

The KT-100 has a length of 8m, a wing span of 11.2m and a height of 2.7m. It has a maximum take-off weight of 1.63t and can accommodate a maximum payload of approximately 500kg, whereas the empty weight is 1,080kg.

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MessageSujet: Re: Armée Sud Coréene/Republic of Korea Armed Forces ( RoKAF )   Lun 30 Mai - 2:44

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Sunday, 29 May 2016
South Korea's DAPA Selects HHI for KDX-III Batch II Destroyer Design & Construction

South Korea's Defense Acquisition Program Administration (DAPA) announced last week that Hyundai Heavy Industries (HHI) was selected as contractor for “KDX-III Batch-II Design and construction of the first hull”. The existing 7,600-ton KDX-III Batch I Aegis destroyers of the Republic of Korea Navy (ROK Navy) are based on the DDG 51 class of the US Navy.




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MessageSujet: Re: Armée Sud Coréene/Republic of Korea Armed Forces ( RoKAF )   Jeu 2 Juin - 5:39

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La Corée du Sud va développer un missile balistique lancé depuis un sous-marin


Par Rédacteur en chef.
Publié le 2 juin 2016, dernière mise à jour le 2 juin 2016.


La Corée du Sud va développer un missile balistique lancé depuis un sous-marin, qui sera installé à bord du KSS-III (classe Jangbogo-III), la dernière et la plus grosse classe de sous-marins de la marine de la Corée du Sud actuellement en construction, indique le quotidien coréen JoongAng, se basant sur des informations fournies par un responsable militaire de haut-rang.


« Sur le sous-marin Jangbogo-III de 3.000 t, qui est actuellement en construction, nous installons un système vertical de lancement, » indique-t-il. « L’installation d’un système vertical de lancement signifie que le missile est déjà en développement. »

Le missile serait développé par l’agence d’état “Agency for Defense Development” (ADD), qui est aussi responsable du développement de missiles balistiques basés à terre, dont le Hyunmoo-2B à moyenne portée.

Bien que le responsable sud-coréen n’ait donné le nom du prototype, il est très probable qu’il s’agisse d’une variante du Hyunmoo-2B ou de son prédécesseur, le Hyunmoo-2A.

Le missile aurait une portée de plus de 500 km et pourrait emporter une charge d’environ 1 tonne. Sa portée lui permettrait de frapper des cibles n’importe où en Corée du Nord.

Le système de lancement de missiles, à 6 tubes, pourrait recevoir jusqu’à 10 missiles de croisière Hyunmoo-3C et un nombre inconnu de missiles balistiques.

Le système utiliserait une technologie de lancement froide, la même que celle utilisée pour le missile air-air russe S-400. L’armée sud-coréenne l’utilise depuis les année 90. « Avec cette technologie, le moteur ne s’allume que lorsque le missile atteint une certaine altitude. Nous essayons d’appliquer ce mécanisme pour que le missile puisse être lancé en plongée, » indique un responsable militaire.

Référence : The Diplomat (Japon)



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MessageSujet: Re: Armée Sud Coréene/Republic of Korea Armed Forces ( RoKAF )   Mar 7 Juin - 5:59

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DSME launches South Korea's first FFX-II frigate

Ridzwan Rahmat, Singapore - IHS Jane's Defence Weekly
07 June 2016



South Korea's Daewoo Shipbuilding and Marine Engineering (DSME) has launched the country's first FFX-II platform, the company confirmed with IHS Jane's on 7 June.

The ship, which has been named Daegu with pennant number 818, was launched on 2 June at the company's shipyard in Okpo. The FFX-II platform is a larger variant of the Incheon (FFX-I)-class ships that are in service with the Republic of Korea Navy (RoKN).

According to specifications provided by DSME, the platform features an overall length of 122 m and an overall beam of 14 m. The ship has a standard displacement of 2,800 tonnes and a full load displacement of 3,600 tonnes. Powered by one Rolls-Royce MT30 turbine engine and four diesel generators in a combined diesel-electric or gas configuration, the ship can attain a maximum speed of 30 kt, the company said.

The FFX-II platform is armed with one 127 mm Mk 45 Mod 4 naval gun and one aft-facing, six-barrelled, 20 mm Raytheon Phalanx close-in weapon system. The ship has also been equipped with a 16-cell Korean vertical launching system for defence against aerial threats and six 324 mm torpedo tubes for submarine prosecution.

The ship can accommodate a crew of 120 and one medium helicopter on its flight deck.

Daegu is scheduled for delivery to the RoKN in late 2017 and expected to be commissioned in late 2018, DSME said. A contract for a second vessel in the class is expected to be issued by the South Korean government this year.


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MessageSujet: Re: Armée Sud Coréene/Republic of Korea Armed Forces ( RoKAF )   Sam 11 Juin - 7:50

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MessageSujet: Re: Armée Sud Coréene/Republic of Korea Armed Forces ( RoKAF )   Jeu 16 Juin - 15:34

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16 juin 2016 | Par Yann Cochennec

Thales sera sur le futur chasseur sud-coréen KF-X

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La Corée du Sud veut développer son propre chasseur pour remplacer son parc vieillissants de F-4 et F-5 © Koogletv



Par le biais de sa joint-venture Hanwha Thales dans laquelle il détient 50 % du capital, le groupe Thales participera au développement du radar à antenne active du futur chasseur sud-coréen KF-X. La joint-venture avait été sélectionnée en avril dernier mais le feu vert définitif vient d'être officiellement donné aujourd'hui, jeudi 16 juin.

Anciennement dénommée Samsung Thales, la joint-venture avait changé de nom quand le groupe Samsung avait décidé de vendre une partie de ses activités de défense au groupe sud-coréen Hanwha. Lors de l'opération, la question du retrait de Thales s'était un moment posée. Le groupe français est donc toujours dans le coup.

Le programme KF-X a été officiellement lancé par le gouvernement sud-coréen en décembre dernier. Motorisé par des réacteurs General Electric, le futur chasseur remplacera à partir de 2026/2028 la centaine de F-4 et F-5 toujours en service au sein de la Force aérienne sud-coréenne. Le maître d'oeuvre du programme est Korean Aerospace Industries (KAI).

Il est prévu de développer deux cellules dédiées au essais sol et six prototypes pour un chasseur qui doit être produit à 120 exemplaires dont un premier lot à l'horizon 2026/2028.

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MessageSujet: Re: Armée Sud Coréene/Republic of Korea Armed Forces ( RoKAF )   Ven 17 Juin - 10:36

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Korea Aerospace Industries and Airbus Helicopters to co-develop naval chopper

Jun 17, 2016


(c) naval-technology.com



Korea Aerospace Industries Ltd. (KAI), South Korea’s sole aircraft maker, said Friday it will join forces with Europe’s Airbus Helicopters to develop its Surion chopper to carry out maritime operations.

A senior official at Airbus Helicopters told reporters in Paris that the two companies plan to co-develop a naval version of the Surion (KUH-1), saying there would be demand for about 250 such choppers over the next 10 years, according to pool reports.

The KAI Surion, a twin-engined light utility helicopter, was designed and developed jointly by Korea Aerospace Industries (KAI) and Eurocopter to meet the requirements of the South Korean Army and Air Force. The helicopter will be used in a variety of applications, including troop assault, search and rescue, tactical lift, liaison and medical evacuation. It can accommodate a pilot, co-pilot, two gunners and nine troops.

The helicopter will replace the ageing UH-1H attack helicopter and the 500MD light helicopter fleet of South Korean Army and Air Force. KAI is also planning to build civilian variants of the helicopter. Airbus Helicopters has joined hands with S&T Dynamics of Kyungnam, South Korea, to develop the drive system for the helicopter.


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MessageSujet: Re: Armée Sud Coréene/Republic of Korea Armed Forces ( RoKAF )   Dim 19 Juin - 10:10

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South Korean NAVY receives first batch of AW159 Wildcat maritime helicopters
Jun 19, 2016152

The South Korea Navy received its first four Wildcat ASW helicopters on Monday, South Korea’s Yonhap News Agency reported.

The Republic of Korea Navy (RoKN) has received its first batch of four AW159 shipborne anti-submarine warfare (ASW) helicopters from Ango-Italian defence company Leonardo-Finmeccanica.

The aircraft, which were delivered on 13 June, is part of an order for eight airframes announced in January 2013 under South Korea’s Maritime Operational Helicopter programme that seeks to boost the RoKN’s submarine prosecution capabilities. The helicopters are expected to be operated from the RoKN’s Incheon-class guided-missile frigates.

The AW159 Wildcat will serve in the ROK Navy in an anti-submarine warfare (ASW) role, though it is also capable of other missions such as anti-surface warfare (ASuW), intelligence surveillance and reconnaissance (ISR), and search and rescue (SAR). ASW aircraft – including helicopters as well as fixed-wing aircraft such as the P-3C, also in ROK Navy service – use sensors and weapons to detect, track, and damage or destroy enemy submarines.

South Korea’s new Wildcat helicopters are capable of flying for more than three hours and cover a range of up to 265 nautical miles (490 kilometers). The helicopter utilizes sonar and active electronically scanned array (AESA) radar to locate and track submarines. The Wildcat can also be armed with torpedoes, depth charges, and Spike NLOS missiles.

Currently, the ROK Navy has a total of 39 ASW aircraft including 16 P-3C Orion fixed-wing aircraft and 23 helicopters (11 Lynx Mk.99 and 12 Super Lynx Mk.99A). The Lynx and Super Lynx helicopters – built by the British Westland Helicopters before their merger with the Italian Agusta in 2000 – are the predecessors to the AW159 Wildcat.

The addition of the eight total AW159 Wildcats – including the four just received and the remaining four expected by the end of this year – will bring the number of ASW aircraft in the ROK Navy up to 47. Additionally, the ROK Navy has ordered 30 KUH-1 Surion helicopters – built by Korea Aerospace Industries (KAI) – some of which will be equipped for ASW.

South Korea is continually making efforts to improve the capabilities of the ROK Navy, both generally and to counter North Korea. Last week, the ROK Navy launched its most advanced frigate yet, the ROKSDaegu, capable of launching ground strikes on targets in North Korea.

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MessageSujet: Re: Armée Sud Coréene/Republic of Korea Armed Forces ( RoKAF )   Lun 20 Juin - 9:34

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DAPA Bumbling on KF-16 Fighters Causes Loss of Nearly $100 Million
(Source: The Hankyoreh; published June 17,2016)
By Park Byong-su
The Defense Acquisition Program Administration (DAPA) caused nearly US$100 million won in losses attempting performance improvements for its KF-16 fighters without discussing the matter with Washington, a Board of Audit and Inspection (BAI) review showed.

The BAI announced on June 16 that its audit of the KF-16 improvement project showed a delay of four years and losses of US$89 million (104 billion won) as a result of DAPA’s ill-considered measures. The board also called for the dismissals of two officers at the administration.

Launched in Dec. 2010 following a vote by the defense project promotion committee, the KF-16 improvement project involved upgrading outdated aviation electronics equipment on the fighter, which was introduced in 1994. The National Assembly moved to demand a BAI audit last December after setbacks in the project, including the replacement of BAE Systems with Lockheed Martin as operator.

According to the audit, DAPA adopted a foreign military sales (FMS) format for the project, with the US government assuming direct responsibility for business selection and quality assurance.

But the administration subsequently disregarded Washington’s FMS rules, moving to select an operator and negotiate costs through competitive bidding for commercial purchasing. US Defense Department instructions prohibit FMS from being conducted side-by-side with commercial purchasing. Indeed, the US military attempted to stop DAPA after it attempted to choose its own operator through competitive bidding, sending a notice that the negotiated price between the purchasing country and business would not be restricted by the US government.

It was a message that went unheeded by DAPA, which went ahead with the project after selecting BAE through competitive bidding with Lockheed Martin in July 2012. In the process, a DAPA official falsely reported to the defense project committee in Dec. 2013 that a total project cost of US$1.7 billion had been agreed upon with the US government - even though no such agreement had been made - and a primary contract worth US$184 million was signed with BAE.

But in Sept. 2014, the US government presented a higher project cost of US$2.4 billion, citing BAE’s lack of experience with such projects. The increase led to DAPA finally canceling its BAE contract in Dec. 2015 and signing again with Lockheed Martin for US$1.926 billion.

DAPA’s lone actions on the issue ended up causing a delay of four years and a loss of the US$89 million already spent pursuing the project with BAE.

DAPA was also found to have broken the rules in selecting an operator by allowing BAE to join the bidding despite its lack of experience in F-16 performance improvement projects outside the US. In the process, it accepted BAE’s request to alter its proposal after it had already been submitted, and adjusted its assessment method to give higher points than competitor Lockheed Martin in categories favoring BAE.



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MessageSujet: Re: Armée Sud Coréene/Republic of Korea Armed Forces ( RoKAF )   Lun 27 Juin - 5:00

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DAPA pursues remotely operated howitzers

Rupert Pengelley, London - IHS Jane's International Defence Review
27 June 2016



The South Korean Defense Acquisition Program Administration (DAPA) is examining ways of improving the responsiveness and battlefield efficiency of the Republic of Korea Army's (RoKA's) present 155 mm artillery systems through automation.

Speaking at the Defence IQ Future Artillery conference in London, Lieutenant Colonel Chung Jin Wee of the DAPA Artillery Projects Team outlined a robotic howitzer concept under consideration as a means of rapidly concentrating fire while reducing manning requirements.

Lt Col Chung said it was desirable to minimise potential materiel and manpower losses incurred from North Korean long-range artillery fires and "local counter-firepower attacks" and to allow the operational areas and target servicing capabilities of individual batteries to be expanded, notwithstanding the reduction in overall crewing requirements.





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MessageSujet: Re: Armée Sud Coréene/Republic of Korea Armed Forces ( RoKAF )   Ven 1 Juil - 5:09

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South Korea's Air Force about to open new cyber security center


South Korea's Air Force (ROKAF) said Thursday it will establish a cyber security center this week to take charge of combating hacking attacks and preventing leaks of military secrets. The Cyber Protection Center set to open on Friday will bring together the Air Force's cyber security forces to operate an advanced monitoring system around the clock, according to the Air Force.







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MessageSujet: Re: Armée Sud Coréene/Republic of Korea Armed Forces ( RoKAF )   Lun 4 Juil - 6:07

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DSME starts work on South Korea's second KSS-III submarine

Ridzwan Rahmat, Singapore - IHS Jane's Defence Weekly
04 July 2016




South Korean shipbuilder Daewoo Shipbuilding and Marine Engineering (DSME), has held a steel-cutting ceremony for the country's second KSS-III submarine, a company official told IHS Jane's on 4 July.

The ceremony was held at DSME's Okpo shipyard on Geoje Island, south of Busan, on 1 July. The company launched the programme's first-of-class in May 2016.

DSME bagged a contract to build the first two 3,000-tonne KSS-III submarines for the Republic of Korea Navy (RoKN) in late 2012. The platform will be the largest submarines in South Korea's fleet once it becomes operational around the 2020 time period.

According to specifications provided by DSME, the indigenously developed platform features an overall length of about 83.5 m, an overall breadth of 7.7 m, and a height of 14.7 m.





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MessageSujet: Re: Armée Sud Coréene/Republic of Korea Armed Forces ( RoKAF )   Mar 5 Juil - 7:26

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South Korea, US yet to determine time and place of THAAD deployment, says report

Gabriel Dominguez, London - IHS Jane's Defence Weekly
05 July 2016



South Korea and the United States have yet to decide when and where to deploy a US Terminal High Altitude Area Defence (THAAD) system, the defence ministry in Seoul said on 5 July, according to Yonhap news agency.

"The THAAD deployment is being discussed by [the allies'] joint working group, and based on the results of the discussion, a final decision will be made at the South Korea-US-alliance level," a ministry spokesman was quoted as saying by the media outlet.

"Nothing has been decided yet over the date and location," he said, dismissing speculation over an imminent deployment decision.





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MessageSujet: Re: Armée Sud Coréene/Republic of Korea Armed Forces ( RoKAF )   Ven 8 Juil - 6:54

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08/07/2016

Les KUH-1 « Surion » cloués au sol !





L’affaire du crash de l’hélicoptère Airbus H225 en Norvège à des répercutions en Corée du sud. Selon un rapport publié par l'agence Yonhap, citant un responsable de l'administration du programme d'acquisition de défense de Séoul, Airbus a informé Séoul que l'accident mortel d'un H225 en Norvège était du à une "boîte de vitesses défectueuse".

La Corée du Sud a par précaution cloué à la terre sa flotte d’hélicoptères Aerospace Industries KUH-1 « Surion » en attendant le remplacement des boîtes de vitesses. Selon le rapport 57% des « Surion » en service dans l’armée coréenne auront besoin de remplacer les boîtes de vitesse. De son côté Airbus Helicopters s’engage à rembourser le gouvernement sud-coréen.

Actuellement l’armée coréenne compte 52 hélicoptères KUH-1 « Surion » en service et 47 doivent encore être livrés. On dénombre également 204 lettres d'intention de l'armée (153), les marines sud-coréenne (40) et l'Agence de police nationale coréenne (11).

Historique du KUH «Surion» :

Le programme coréen pour un hélicoptère multirôle (KMH) fut lancé le 12 mars 2004 avec comme objectif le développement d’un hélicoptère polyvalent entièrement coréen. Compte tenu, des besoins financiers énormes pour le développement d’une telle machine, le programme fut réorienté, afin de répondre aux besoins utilitaires (KUH) de l’armée coréenne en priorité.

Le second problème des coréens était de pouvoir compter sur la collaboration d’un constructeur étranger reconnu, pour diminuer les risques industriels. La Corée lança le 15 avril 2005 un appel d’offre international pour permettre à un constructeur étranger d’intégrer le programme. Plusieurs sociétés étrangères, telles que Boeing, Bell Helicopter, Sikorsky aux États-Unis, Airbus Helicopters, AgustaWestland en Europe et une société russe ont répondu à l’offre.

Le 13 décembre 2005, le gouvernement coréen a annoncé le choix d'Airbus Helicopters (ex Eurocopter) comme partenaire principal de Korea Aerospace Industries (KAI) dans le programme KUH pour le développement du premier hélicoptère de transport militaire coréen.



Photos : 1 KUH-1 « Surion » 2 Cockpit @ KAI

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