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MessageSujet: Re: Forces armées de Singapour/Singapore Armed Forces (SAF)   Mer 6 Mai 2009 - 14:33

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MessageSujet: Re: Forces armées de Singapour/Singapore Armed Forces (SAF)   Mar 2 Juin 2009 - 2:47

Mars 2009

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MessageSujet: Re: Forces armées de Singapour/Singapore Armed Forces (SAF)   Dim 21 Juin 2009 - 21:41

Photos prises lors de la cérémonie officielle de réception du F-15SG:



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MessageSujet: Re: Forces armées de Singapour/Singapore Armed Forces (SAF)   Ven 11 Sep 2009 - 21:23

le training du progam PEACE CARVIN II singapourien a Luke continue..

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MessageSujet: Re: Forces armées de Singapour/Singapore Armed Forces (SAF)   Mer 16 Sep 2009 - 18:42

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F-16 Pilot Training and Logistics Support For Singapore
WASHINGTON: Today the Defense Security Cooperation Agency (DSCA) notified Congress of a possible Foreign Military Sale to the Government of Singapore the continuation of the Continental United States (CONUS) pilot proficiency training program for PEACE CARVIN II and munitions, services and support for F-16C/D aircraft.
The estimated cost is $250 million.
The Government of Singapore has requested a possible sale for the continuation of the Continental United States (CONUS) pilot proficiency training program for PEACE CARVIN II and munitions, services and support for F-16C/D aircraft which include: 35,000 20mm cartridges, aircraft modification kits, maintenance, participation in joint training exercises, fuel and fueling services, supply support, flight training, spare and repair parts, support equipment, program support, publications and technical documentation, personnel training and training equipment, U.S. government and contractor engineering, technical, and logistics support services, and other related elements of logistical and program support.
This proposed sale will contribute to the foreign policy and national security of the U.S. by helping to improve the security of a critical regional partner which has been, and continues to be, an important force for economic progress in Southeast Asia. This proposed sale will help augment the Republic of Singapore’s self-defense capability and will ensure interoperability with U.S. forces for coalition operations. Singapore is a firm supporter of U.S. overseas contingency operations.
Singapore needs these munitions, services and equipment to continue a long-term pilot proficiency-training program at Luke Air Force Base, Arizona. This program will enable Singapore to develop mission-ready and experienced pilots through its CONUS training program to support Singapore’s current and future F-16 aircraft inventory. The long-term pilot training program in CONUS continues a professional interaction and enhances operational interoperability with U.S. forces.
The proposed sale of this equipment and support will not alter the basic military balance in the region.
There is no prime contractor involved in this program. There are no known offset agreements proposed in connection with this potential sale.
Implementation of this proposed sale will not require the assignment of any additional U.S. Government or contractor representatives to Singapore.
There will be no adverse impact on U.S. defense readiness as a result of this proposed sale.
This notice of a potential sale is required by law and does not mean the sale has been concluded.
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MessageSujet: Re: Forces armées de Singapour/Singapore Armed Forces (SAF)   Jeu 24 Sep 2009 - 1:32

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Les forces sous-marines de Singapour


Publié le 23 septembre 2009.
Singapour est un acheteur judicieux de sous-marins : il a acheté des sous-marins d’occasion construits par Kockums puis les a modernisés. Il est toutefois improbable que Singapour achète à nouveau des sous-marins de ce constructeur puisqu’il a été racheté par un concurrent — la compagnie allemande HDW.

Il est possible que Singapour saisisse bientôt l’opportunité d’acheter 2 U-214 neufs, équipés d’une propulsion anaérobie (AIP), avec des conditions avantageuses. Il est en effet possible que 4 U-214 soient mis en vente sur le marché mondial en raison des difficultés entre la Grèce et la compagnie mère de HDW : TKMS.
Avec l’Australie, Singapour est l’un des plus proches alliés des Etats-Unis dans la région Asie du Sud-Est / Pacifique. Singapour est aussi en bons termes avec l’Inde, mais est un peu inquiet face à ses grands voisins directs que sont l’Indonésie et la Malaisie, et un peu plus loin, la Chine.
Les précédents achats de sous-marins par Singapour
En 1995, la marine de Singapour a acheté un sous-marin de la classe Challenger auprès de la marine suédoise (classe Sjöormen), puis 3 autres en 1997. Il s’agissait des premiers sous-marins pour cette marine. Comme les sous-marins avaient été conçus par les Suédois pour la navigation dans les eaux froides de la Baltique, plusieurs modifications ont été apportées pour les adapter aux eaux tropicales. Un programme complet de tropicalisation a été mené sur les 4 sous-marins, avec par exemple l’installation de l’air conditionné, des tuyaux résistant à la corrosion.
Il semble que les sous-marins de la classe Challenger aient été acheter pour développer l’expertise nécessaire aux opérations sous-marines avant de choisir une classe moderne de sous-marins pour les remplacer, puisque les sous-marins ont tous été lancés à la fin des années 60.
Le ministère de la défense de Singapour a conservé ses relations avec Kockums. En novembre 2005, il a signé un accord avec Kockums pour la fourniture de 2 sous-marins de la classe Archer (qui avait navigué en Suède sous le nom de Västergötland). Lancés au milieu des années 80 et mis en réserve par la marine suédoise, les sous-marins seront transférés à Singapour à la fin de la modernisation et de leur conversion pour les opérations en eaux tropicales.
L’Archer a été remis à l’eau le 16 juin 2009. Les sous-marins de cette classe sont équipés d’un système de propulsion anaérobie (AIP), permettant une autonomie plus longue en plongée et une signature acoustique plus faible. Le système sonar permet de détecter les contacts à une plus grande distance, et le système d’armes a une meilleure capacité d’acquisition des cibles, ce qui permet au sous-marin d’engager des cibles plus lointaines. Les sous-marins de la classe Archer devraient être mis en service en 2010 et pourraient remplacer certains des Challenger.
Les Archer sont un peu plus gros (1.500 t en plongée) que les Challenger, à cause du système AIP. Avec ce dernier et les senseurs ultra-modernes, les Archer sont plus puissants que les U-209 de l’Indonésie et peut aussi plus que les nouveaux Scorpène malaisiens, qui ne sont pas équipés d’un système AIP.
On sait peut de choses sur les zones d’opération des sous-marins de Singapour. Ils opèrent probablement près de chez eux (dans et autour du détroit de Malacca). Ils travaillent probablement en coopération étroite avec les SNA et les navires de lutte anti-sous-marins américains. Peu a été dit depuis de nombreuses années sur les tactiques de coopération entre sous-marins des nations proches (Etats-Unis, Singapour et Australie). L’image officielle, que les sous-marins travaillent seuls, sans aide de navires de nations amies, soulèvent des questions.
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MessageSujet: Re: Forces armées de Singapour/Singapore Armed Forces (SAF)   Lun 16 Nov 2009 - 22:57

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Singapore – Laser Joint Direct Attack Munitions
WASHINGTON, November 16, 2009 – The Defense Security Cooperation Agency notified Congress today of a possible Foreign Military Sale to Singapore of a variety of Joint Direct Attack Munitions (JDAM) Guidance Kits and Precision Laser Guidance kits including associated parts, equipment, training and logistical support for a complete package worth approximately $40 million.
The Government of Singapore has requested a possible sale of 670 KMU-572B/B Joint Direct Attack Munitions (JDAM) Guidance Kits, 670 DSU-38/B Precision Laser Guidance kits for GBU-54(V)1/B (MK-82)670 KMU-572B/B Joint Direct Attack Munitions (JDAM) Guidance Kits for GBU-28B(V)1/B (MK-82), 670 DSU-38/B Precision Laser Guidance Kits for GBU-54(V)1/B, support equipment, repair and return, tools and test equipment, spare and repair parts, publications and technical documentation, personnel training and training equipment, U.S. Government and contractor technical and logistics personnel services, and other related elements of logistical and program support. The estimated cost is $40 million.
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MessageSujet: Re: Forces armées de Singapour/Singapore Armed Forces (SAF)   Lun 16 Nov 2009 - 23:39

Voila donc le client mystere pour les Laser Jdam. Merci Yak
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MessageSujet: Re: Forces armées de Singapour/Singapore Armed Forces (SAF)   Lun 16 Nov 2009 - 23:43

bitte schön lieber Seg Like a Star @ heaven

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MessageSujet: Re: Forces armées de Singapour/Singapore Armed Forces (SAF)   Mar 2 Fév 2010 - 19:16




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Singapore 2010: First public display of RSAF's secretive G550 AEW

Just took a trip down to the show site and I found - this cool baby, the Republic of Singapore Air Force's G550 Airborne Early Warning aircraft.
To my knowledge, this is the first time that the RSAF has publicly displayed this aircraft, about which it has been highly secretive. Singapore received its first aircraft in February 2009 and has ordered four of the G550s, which have been modified to carry the Elta conformal AEW platform.
While the RSAF has never confirmed the specifications, we understand that it has a similar configuration to the Israeli air force's G550-based conformal AEW (CAEW) aircraft, which entered service early 2008.
Israel Aerospace Industries subsidiary Elta says the CAEW platform offers a mission endurance of 9h when operating at an altitude of 41,000ft (12,500m) and 185km from its home base. The aircraft features dual S-band radar arrays at the front and rear, plus L-band sensors on the fuselage side, providing 360° coverage. Israel's configuration has six on-board operator stations.
The modified G550 also has pod-housed electronic support measures equipment, plus satellite communications and line-of-sight datalinks. Elta says the airframe modifications have "minimal impact" on the business jet's performance.
According to a previous statement by Singapore's defence ministry, the formal delivery period for its G550 AEW aircraft is late 2008 to 2010. The aircraft will replace four E-2Cs that have been in service for more than 20 years. Industry sources say that the four AEW-configured aircraft are expected to cost the island state up to $1 billion.
A fifth, unmodified, business jet is also being acquired to support training activities from 2012 under a 20-year private finance initiative deal with ST Aerospace.
http://www.flightglobal.com/blogs/asian-skies/2010/01/singapore-2010-first-public-di.html

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MessageSujet: Re: Forces armées de Singapour/Singapore Armed Forces (SAF)   Mar 9 Fév 2010 - 14:30

2010 FEB Singapore Airshow

RSAF G-550 CAEW



RSAF F16D.

RSAF F16C and Apache AH64D.



Testing the mock up of the F35.



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MessageSujet: Re: Forces armées de Singapour/Singapore Armed Forces (SAF)   Ven 26 Fév 2010 - 17:30

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BAE Systems Awarded Singapore Air Force Contract
The Singapore Defence, Science and Technology Agency (DSTA) has awarded a contract to BAE Systems, to continue its air grading services with the Republic of Singapore Air Force (RSAF).
Under the $8.2m contract, BAE Systems will provide aircraft, facilities and support services to the RSAF, to enable the air force to conduct air grading activities.
The five-year contract with the option to extend is a continuation of the existing RSAF air grading contract, according to australiandefence.com.au.
The air grading services contract began on 1 January 2010.
BAE Systems Aviation Solutions has been providing primary service to the RSAF since 1999.
The DSTA is a statutory board set up under Singapore's Ministry of Defence (MINDEF). It provides leading-edge technological solutions to the Singapore Armed Forces (SAF), which include the Singapore Army, the Republic of Singapore Air Force (RSAF) and the Republic of Singapore Navy (RSN).
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MessageSujet: Re: Forces armées de Singapour/Singapore Armed Forces (SAF)   Mar 16 Mar 2010 - 13:30

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Singapore's S-70 Helicopter: A potent combination to defend the seas


Onboard RSS Stalwart, in San Diego | Greater anti-submarine and anti-surface warfare capabilities. That is what the integration of the Formidable-Class stealth frigate and Sikorsky S-70 naval helicopter will bring to the 3rd Generation Republic of Singapore Navy (RSN).
In order to better hone and develop these anti-submarine and anti-surface warfare capabilities resulting from the integration, Republic of Singapore Air Force (RSAF) pilots and air crew as well as RSN Tactical Co-ordination Officers (TACCOS) and Sensor Operators (SENSOS) commenced training at the Peace Triton training detachment located at the Naval Air Station North Island in November 2009.
Deputy Prime Minister and Minister for Defence Teo Chee Hean, who witnessed an anti-submarine exercise on board RSS Stalwart on 14 Mar, said that the integration was a major leap forward in the capabilities of the Singapore Armed Forces (SAF).
"The capability that the frigate and helicopter integration has for the SAF is that it enables the ship and helicopter platform to dominate a much greater area of sea and air space both above and below the surface," said Mr Teo during a doorstop interview after viewing the exercise to validate the interoperability between the naval helicopter and frigate.
The anti-submarine exercise involving two RSN naval helicopters and RSS Stalwart was part of a larger United States Navy (USN)-led exercise held from 8 to 15 Mar in the Pacific Ocean, just off the waters near San Clemente Island.
Commander of 1st Flotilla Colonel (COL) Wellman Wan also said that with the integration, a significant milestone for the 3rd Generation RSN was achieved since the naval helicopters have the potential to deliver more effective air and sea power to help enhance maritime security.
"This will be a new capability for the SAF and will greatly boost the war-fighting capabilities of our Navy, enabling us to have a more decisive advantage at sea," said COL Wan.
The naval helicopter can travel up to a speed of 140 knots and is capable of covering the same distance five times faster than that of the frigate. As such, its speed enables it to extend the frigate's capabilities, ultimately providing the latter with the ability to conduct faster and further surveillance.
"The mobility and speed by which the naval helicopter can be sent out to scan and verify enemy threats provides us with a greater tactical advantage and fidelity. For example, the frigate can deploy its naval helicopter to verify an enemy threat identified by a Maritime Patrol Aircraft (MPA)," explained COL Wan, citing an example of how the naval helicopter could provide the frigates with greater operational flexibility.
"With the naval helicopter on the job, the MPA is thus free to scan the other surrounding areas for possible threats."
Weighing 9,600 kilograms and equipped with missile torpedoes to take out enemy submarines, the naval helicopter, when integrated with the frigate, is truly a force to be reckoned with.
In order to ensure the successful integration between the frigate and the naval helicopters, RSN and RSAF servicemen had to undergo vigorous training at Peace Triton alongside their USN counterparts to master the skills needed for the integration.
The naval helicopter requires a four-men team to operate it and consists of two RSAF pilots and a RSN SENSO and TACCO. The make-up of the team ensures that the knowledge and skills of the air force and navy will be effectively harnessed to better operate this new capability.
However, working together and making the transition from sea to air was not a walk in the park. Master Sergeant (MSG) Joseph Ng who has been in the navy for ten years and is now a SENSO on board the naval helicopter, said that he experienced his fair share of challenges while trying to adapt to his new role.
"Initially, I was bothered by the vibration and noise that the naval helicopter emitted while performing manoeuvres at high speed. This experience was immensely different from the stability and relative quiet which ships offer," he said.
"The environment was challenging and coupled with the fact that these capabilities offered by the integration was a first, the learning curve to master this new system was pretty steep."
Even former Super Puma Pilot Major (MAJ) Goh Ker Jia found the move to fly the naval helicopter challenging.
"The Super Puma is primarily a troop carrier. As such, my main concern was to insert land forces safely. When landing, I would have to watch out for trees, hills and the possibility of getting my wheels stuck in the mud. However, landing the naval helicopter on the frigate is a different affair altogether," said MAJ Goh.
Although the naval helicopter landed on the helipad, which was relatively flat and smooth, this came with its own set of challenges.
"Even if we aimed for dead centre on the helipad, it would still drift when the ship moves. The flight deck could also be heaving and rolling, making it even more difficult to land," MAJ Goh added.
The integration would not be possible without the coordination and communication link between the frigate and the naval helicopter. For this end, the Combat Information Centre (CIC) on board the frigate ensures that both ship and naval helicopter are on the same page during missions.
"The CIC is important to the integration process because we relay information on the ground to the crew in the naval helicopters, who may not have an accurate maritime picture. We are also in charge of recommending possible tactics an aircraft could deploy in missions," said Communications and Electronics Officer Captain (CPT) Sean Ler.
The successful integration between the naval helicopter and the frigates can be attributed to the dedication and professionalism of the SAF personnel. This was something that did not go unnoticed by the USN trainers who worked with the RSN and RSAF personnel during their integration training.
"The Singapore Navy does not have an air wing so it has roped in the Air Force to fly the naval helicopter. What astounds me is the speed and professionalism by which the navy and air force personnel mastered this new operation system for the integration," said Commander Third Fleet Admiral Richard Hunt.
"The SAF was also able to maximise the potential of a small crew which is something the US is just starting to experiment with," he added.
In total, the RSN has acquired six naval helicopters to complement its six frigates. Having taken delivery of three, the naval helicopters will be back in Singapore by the end of this year
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MessageSujet: Re: Forces armées de Singapour/Singapore Armed Forces (SAF)   Mar 6 Avr 2010 - 0:42


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MessageSujet: Re: Forces armées de Singapour/Singapore Armed Forces (SAF)   Mer 7 Avr 2010 - 13:39

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The Republic of Singapore Air Force's F-15SG fighter aircraft arriving in Singapore.

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Boeing and the Republic of Singapore Celebrate F-15SGs’ Arrival in Singapore
Boeing [NYSE: BA] and the Republic of Singapore Air Force (RSAF) on April 5 celebrated the arrival of the RSAF’s first five F-15SG aircraft at Paya Lebar Air Base, Singapore, where the aircraft were formally inducted into the F-15SG squadron
The F-15SGs returned to Singapore from Mountain Home Air Force Base, Idaho, following 10 months of rigorous air-to-air and air-to-ground testing and development programs with the U.S. Air Force/RSAF 428th Fighter Squadron.
“The F-15SG is the newest, most technologically advanced multirole F-15 aircraft ever built,” said Mark Bass, Boeing F-15 Program vice president. “It provides a new capability that enables Singapore to defend its sovereignty as one of the most strategically important global trade regions in the world.”
The F-15SG’s speed, power and agility make it the ultimate multirole fighter. Versatile in all missions, the F-15SG moves the RSAF into the next-generation force.
The F-15SG’s integrated sensor suite, which includes an Active Electronically Scanned Array (AESA) radar and a third-generation SNIPER targeting pod, will provide the RSAF with long-range air-to-air and air-to-ground capabilities. Its state-of-the-art cockpit, advanced avionics and Joint Helmet Mounted Cueing System provide increased situational awareness and enhanced air-to-air and self-defense capabilities.
RSAF pilots, weapon systems officers and ground crew personnel were relocated to Mountain Home in 2008 to set up the joint 428th Fighter Squadron. On Nov. 19, the U.S. Air Force and RSAF celebrated the inauguration of the 428th with a ceremony at the base.
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MessageSujet: Re: Forces armées de Singapour/Singapore Armed Forces (SAF)   Mer 28 Avr 2010 - 15:53


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Members of the Air Maintenance Crew refuelling the Sikorsky S-70B on board RSS Stalwart upon the naval helicopter's return to the frigate after a mission.

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The Air Maintenance Crew traversing the naval helicopter into the frigate's hangar for storage after a surveillance mission.

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Members of the Air Maintenance Crew carefully directing the naval helicopter into the hangar for storage.

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One of the Republic of Singapore Navy's naval helicopters gracefully soaring through the sky after taking off from the Formidable-Class stealth frigate RSS Stalwart.

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The naval helicopter returning to RSS Stalwart during the night after a day out at sea.

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The naval helicopter has to be securely fastened in the frigate's hangar to avoid damage to its parts.

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MessageSujet: Re: Forces armées de Singapour/Singapore Armed Forces (SAF)   Ven 7 Mai 2010 - 4:00

Fremo a écrit:
Northrop a écrit:
Oui c'est enorme mais pourquoi 4?
150 avions de combat, dont une 80aine de F16 nouvelle generation, et 24 F-15 SG

et leur marine moderne, une des plus puissante de la région ....tout ça pour une ile de moin de 700 Km² ... Rolling Eyes

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MessageSujet: Re: Forces armées de Singapour/Singapore Armed Forces (SAF)   Ven 7 Mai 2010 - 4:23

meme pas une ile,mais une ville!
ne pas oublier,qu´une grande partie est en US,mais leur probleme c´est qu´ils se sentent en menace coincés entre l´indonesie et la malaisie,et eux au mileux sont condamnés par la nature+demographie...

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MessageSujet: Re: Forces armées de Singapour/Singapore Armed Forces (SAF)   Dim 9 Mai 2010 - 1:03

Même avec tout ça singapoure est incapable de se défendre, tout n'est pas question de matos, c'est vrai qu'il faut avoir du bon matos en bonne quantité pour se défendre, mais 700km² c'est perdu d'avance... imaginez ce que représente 700km² en réalité, c'est rien! pas assez de profondeur pour mettre en oeuvre ces armes, et pas assez d'espace pour arreter une attaque du genre ''vagues humaines''.
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MessageSujet: Re: Forces armées de Singapour/Singapore Armed Forces (SAF)   Mar 1 Juin 2010 - 18:51

Republic of Singapore Navy Open House 2010 at Changi Naval Base

Flag at half mast for the NOH2010 in honour of Dr Goh Keng Swee.
RSS Intrepid 69.


RSAF Superpuma on LST.


Hats off to the Deep Search and Rescue (DSAR)-6 pilot from James Fisher Defence.
Submarine rescue 911, 247365.


Explanation about the plastic cuffs used by the RSN.


Naval Diving Unit(NDU) action show.


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MessageSujet: Re: Forces armées de Singapour/Singapore Armed Forces (SAF)   Lun 14 Juin 2010 - 12:05

Durant un parade lors du NPD2010, les Leo2A4 ont défilé avec un nouveau Armour qui ressemble au IBD Evo, à part apparament le blindage de la tourelle
à part si ici il y a une plaque additionnelle


capture d'écran d'un video du Parade :

http://www.ndp.org.sg/articles_main.php?article=mediaBrief2&id=media
d'autre photos







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MessageSujet: Re: Forces armées de Singapour/Singapore Armed Forces (SAF)   Ven 25 Juin 2010 - 8:34

F-16 lors du Garuda-2010









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