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MessageSujet: Re: Armée Italienne/Forze Armate Italiane   Lun 25 Oct 2010 - 15:14

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La frégate italienne Andrea Doria reçoit son pavillon de combat
[La frégate italienne Andrea Doria MARINA MILITARE]
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Première des deux frégates italiennes du programme Horizon, l'Andrea Doria a reçu, le 13 octobre dans le port de Gênes, sa flamme de guerre, symbolisant son admission au service actif au sein de la Marina militare. Le lendemain, l'ASA du Forbin première des deux Horizon françaises et tête de série du programme, était prononcée. Destiné avec son sistership, le Caio Duilio, à remplacer les destroyers lance-missiles du type Audace, l'Andrea Doria mesure 152.9 mètres pour un déplacement de plus de 7000 tonnes en charge. Les bâtiments italiens sont très voisins de leurs homologues français. Disposant de deux turbines à gaz GE Avio LM2500 et deux moteurs diesels MAN, ils peuvent atteindre 29 noeuds. L'armement comprend, pour la défense aérienne, 32 missiles Aster 30 et 16 missiles Aster 15. Il diffère en revanche dans le domaine de la lutte antinavire, les Horizon italiennes embarquant 8 missiles Otomat alors que les frégates françaises mettent en oeuvre des Exocet MM40. De plus, les Andrea Doria et Caio Duilio disposent d'une troisième tourelle de 76mm au dessus du hangar hélicoptère (les Français ont préféré un second brouilleur). Enfin, elles disposent comme les Forbin et Chevalier Paul de 19 torpilles MU90 et peuvent embarquer un hélicoptère.
Ces bâtiments sont conçus pour assurer la défense aérienne d'un groupe aéronaval.


Les quatre frégates du type Horizon (© : MARINE NATIONALE)
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MessageSujet: Re: Armée Italienne/Forze Armate Italiane   Lun 25 Oct 2010 - 15:32

Elles ont les même turbines que celle qui équipera la FREMM.

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MessageSujet: Re: Armée Italienne/Forze Armate Italiane   Lun 25 Oct 2010 - 15:47

le titre parle de "Pavillon de Combat" alors que le texte évoque sa "Flamme de Guerre", et c'est bien ce dernier terme qui est le seul en usage !

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MessageSujet: Re: Armée Italienne/Forze Armate Italiane   Dim 31 Oct 2010 - 9:55

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MessageSujet: Re: Armée Italienne/Forze Armate Italiane   Lun 8 Nov 2010 - 13:20

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AgustaWestland Receives Major Helicopter Order from Italy


Finmeccanica's AgustaWestland unit has received an order for 22 helicopters from the Italian Air Force.
Under the current order, AgustaWestland will deliver ten search-and-rescue (SAR) AW139 helicopters and 12 combat AW101 helicopters to the air force.
The order is valued at nearly €1.2bn ($1.7bn), according to BusinessWeek.
The investment was approved by the Italian Senate's Defense Committee on 13 October.

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MessageSujet: Re: Armée Italienne/Forze Armate Italiane   Mar 16 Nov 2010 - 2:21

PICTURE: Italian navy deploys first AW101s to Afghanistan
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The Italian navy's "Task Group Shark" deployment of three AgustaWestland AW101 amphibious and special forces support helicopters has arrived in Afghanistan, representing the service's first combat deployment with the type.

Drawn from the 1st Helicopter Group, the AW101s were deployed to Herat air base by US Air Force Boeing C-17 strategic transports in late October, along with 67 personnel, and are now operational.

Armed with machine guns, and carrying ballistic protection and countermeasures equipment, the AW101s will be used to conduct surveillance and patrol missions, support ground convoys and perform transport and medical evacuation tasks.


The navy's 5th Helicopter Group is also in training at Luni air station before receiving its first four NH Industries NH90 anti-surface and anti-submarine warfare helicopters in the first quarter of 2011.

Preparations are also being made at Grottaglie air station for future operations with Lockheed Martin's F-35B. The navy should receive 22 of the short take-off and vertical landing aircraft between 2014 and 2021, with its Cavour aircraft carrier set to be modified for the type by 2016.
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MessageSujet: Re: Armée Italienne/Forze Armate Italiane   Mar 16 Nov 2010 - 3:18

Italian army reveals AW129 upgrade plan
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Italy's army aviation command plans to upgrade its AgustaWestland AW129C attack helicopters to a new G19 configuration, having recently obtained approval from the nation's Parliament.

A key element of the project will be to install a new observation, targeting and weapon system comprising Rafael's Toplite sight unit and Spike ER air-to-surface missile. AgustaWestland will manage the upgrade, with Selex Galileo providing its mission-system interface unit and software.

Before the end of the year, a development-and-integration contract will be awarded for 32 systems, plus options for another 16. The deal is expected to be worth around €200 million ($275 million), and the work is due to be completed in 2014.

The upgrade will give the army's Mangustas enhanced target detection, identification and tracking performance by day or night, and an extended-range strike capability.


The army has an aviation battalion with 10 AW129Cs in Afghanistan, with the aircraft providing protection for Italian and coalition ground forces. They also support Italy's deployed transport helicopters, which include five Boeing CH-47Cs and six Agusta/Bell AB205s.

Meanwhile, the army will receive eight more NH Industries NH90 tactical transport helicopters between the end of this year and the middle of 2011 in the enhanced IOC+ standard. Featuring updated mission software and Oto Melara 7.62mm Gatling guns and capable of higher-altitude operations and rear ramp use, the aircraft follow will 12 already received in the IOC and IOC+ versions.

Next year, the army will also receive its first AAI RQ-7B Shadow unmanned air systems, under a $64 million deal signed earlier this year. A total of 16 Shadow air vehicles will be delivered by 2014.
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MessageSujet: Re: Armée Italienne/Forze Armate Italiane   Mar 16 Nov 2010 - 9:10

Le Cavour en visite.....
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MessageSujet: Re: Armée Italienne/Forze Armate Italiane   Mar 16 Nov 2010 - 23:55

Italy special: Italian defence programmes hit by budget squeeze
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Although the recently presented 2011 defence budget has revealed a planned €266 million ($370 million) increase in spending, the total €3.45 billion figure requested by the Italian defence ministry and ministry of economical development could be at risk, according to defence analysts.

The defence ministry's request, which has yet to be approved by parliament, contains an overall 18.2% cut in its operational, maintenance and training budgets. The move will further reduce the efficiency of the Italian armed forces, and for the first time is expected to hit out-of-area operations, while personnel costs are on the rise.

With a large amount of defence investment devoted to aerospace programmes, the Italian air force is struggling to maintain its operational capabilities in the face of equipment replacement and upgrade demands, starting with the acquisition of the Lockheed Martin F-35.

The service's expeditionary capabilities are being maintained for now with fleet upgrades for the Panavia Tornado and Alenia/Embraer AMX. "The Italian air force shifted from an all conventional to a mixed short take-off and vertical landing/conventional version fleet including up to 40 F-35Bs and 69 F-35As, in order to offer the required flexibility for out-of-area operations," says Gen Roberto Nordio, the head of the office responsible for procurement issues.

These aircraft, together with the Italian navy's STOVL F-35Bs, will be assembled at a future final assembly and check-out line at the air force's Cameri facility near Milan Malpensa airport. Construction activities have recently begun under an initial €230 million contract with Alenia Aeronautica. According to the 2011 defence budget request, the new plant will require an overall investment of €800 million in order to be ready for assembly activities in 2012 and to deliver its first aircraft in 2014.

The Italian final assembly line is also planned to build F-35s for the Netherlands and possibly also Norway. "The aim is to become a long-term maintenance, repair, overhaul and upgrade facility for European operators of the JSF," Nordio says.

The Italian air force plans to assign its first F-35Bs to units at Amendola air base in the south-east of the country, with two more, yet-to-be selected main operating bases to field the CTOL F-35A. According to a detailed introduction plan, which is already involved in training and infrastructure preparation activities, "the first STOVL aircraft will be delivered to the Italian air force in mid-2015, with initial and full operational capabilities to be achieved respectively in 2017 and 2019. For the conventional version aircraft the plan is scaled back by two years," he says.

The government has lobbied Lockheed to expand the role of Italian industry in the F-35 programme beyond 38 current companies, including Alenia Aeronautica, which will participate as a second-source wing provider and also run the Cameri final assembly line. This will employ roughly 1,800 personnel and deliver a maximum of 24 aicraft per year and six wings a month.

Italian undersecretary of defence Guido Crosetto says up 17 additional Italian firms could secure a role on the JSF as a result of Rome's efforts. Other companies already involved include Avio, Mecaer and Secondo Mona.

The air force's other main procurement programme regards the Eurofighter F-2000 air defence fighter. This is being fielded at two main operating bases, Grosseto and Gioia del Colle, to cover Italian airspace.

With the Tranche 3A contract signed in July 2009, Italy will receive a total of 96 aircraft versus its planned total of 121 Eurofighters, with its defence ministry having announced its intention to cancel its Tranche 3B commitment. "Deliveries continue with Tranche 2 aircraft, and pilots are being equipped with a helmet-mounted targeting system," says Nordio. "We are pleased with the aircraft availability rate thanks to the logistics support programme managed by Alenia Aeronautica."

A completed AMX fighter/bomber upgrade programme has delivered enhanced efficiency and combat capabilities, with the type currently deployed in Afghanistan. It performs an important intelligence, surveillance and reconnaissance role, thanks to its Rafael Reccelite pod and real-time datalink subsystem, used to transfer images.

MID-LIFE UPGRADE

The Tornado IDS/ECR fleet is meanwhile the subject of a mid-life update (MLU) programme. Nordio says the first of 15 "Ret 7", or MLU full-basic retrofitted aircraft, is currently involved in acceptance trials. The aircraft features a new cockpit, main computers, navigation, communication and identification equipment and weapon systems. The first batch will be followed a future contract for 25 fully upgraded Tornados.

Nordio says the air force is fully satisfied with the aicraft's new defensive aids sub-system (DASS), developed by Elettronica in partnership with its own personnel. But he notes: "we are still evaluating the benefits versus the timeframe postponement requested by the system series development and production, and available funding."

In addition to adding Boeing/Oto Melara small-diameter bombs and a Link 16 datalink, the proposed work will also add the ATK/MBDA Italy AARGM AGM-88E anti-radiation missile to the ECR version aircraft.

As one of the pioneers in using unmanned air vehicles in Europe, the air force is involved in an enhancement capability programme for its General Atomics Predator fleet, already employed in Iraq and today in Afghanistan. This will modify six Predator As, mainly with new sensors and an upgraded engine, but also replace lost examples and provide six larger Predator Bs. Two of the latter type are already employed by the service's UAV unit at Amendola air base, with its personnel having been in training since last August.

"We expect to reach initial operational capability with the Predator B within the first half of 2011," Nordio says. "We are also working to remotely control out-of-area UAVs from Italy, and expect this capability within 2010."

Elsewhere in the ISR sector, a deal for a new Joint Airborne Multi-sensor Multi-mission System platform to enhance the capability offered by the air force's lone Alenia G222VS has been postponed due to budget limitations.

But after years of postponement, the service has finally launched the replacement of its rotary-wing fleet with the procurement of AgustaWestland AW101 helicopters for combat search and rescue and special forces operations support. The type will replace its current Agusta-Bell AB212 ICOs and Sikorsky HH-3Fs.

"The general directorate for air armaments has awarded AgustaWestland a contract for the first two of 12 AW101 CSAR aircraft, plus training and initial logistics support," Nordio says. Deliveries will be made between 2014 and 2017, with the deal including an option for another three. They will be equipped with a self-protection suite derived from the Tornado DASS development. The remaining aircraft will be ordered on a yearly basis, he adds.

Another deal, to equip the air force with 10 AW139s as an interim solution for domestic SAR requirements, has gained parliamentary clearance, but awaits defence ministry approval. The aircraft should be delivered in 2011-12, with the air force's long-term vision being for a capability using the developmental AW149.

Alenia Aermacchi received a contract in November 2009 for the first six of 15 T-346A lead-in fighter/advanced trainers, plus an initial batch of ground training equipment, logistics support and training. "Deliveries will begin in 2012 to Lecce flying school, further enforcing this institution and pilot training on the international arena," Nordio says.

The air force will also manage the future interim fleet of four ATR-72MP maritime patrol aircraft. These will replace Italy's Breguet Atlantique 1s, which are jointly crewed with navy personnel. A contract amendment should be signed before the end of 2011 to add an electronic warfare suite and anti-submarine warfare equipment, and the aircraft should be delivered from late 2012.

Italy's ability to conduct expeditionary operations relies on strong combat and operational support, and Nordio hails the high availability rates delivered by the air force's Lockheed C-130J and Alenia Aeronautica C-27J transports. A new military transport hub for out-of-area operations is to be established at their home base in Pisa.

And after years of delay, the air force during October began acceptance trials in Wichita, Kansas, with its first Boeing KC-767A tanker. Nordio says this will be delivered at the end of 2010, or early 2011. "The second will follow at a one-month interval, depending on the first aircraft's trials execution, while the other two will come at a later stage," he reveals. Five of the air force's C-130Js can also perform refuelling operations if required.

In order to provide a better response to conventional and asymmetric threats and personnel protection in overseas missions, the service has developed an in-house design for a roll-on/roll-off counter-improvised explosive device and electronic monitoring suite. This will be installed on the C-27J. "Development and trials could lead to a deployment in Afghanistan next spring," Nordio says.

The air force will also this year sign a contact with Elettronica to develop a customised directional infrared countermeasures system for transport aircraft and later helicopters, under a co-development with Israel's Elop.
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MessageSujet: Re: Armée Italienne/Forze Armate Italiane   Mer 17 Nov 2010 - 0:00

Italy special report: Italy unleashed
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For this year's special on Italy's aerospace sector, we focus on the often overlooked south. Although the provinces around Genoa, Milan and Turin are the country's industrial heartland, cities such as Naples, Bari and Brindisi are becoming important aerospace centres. We look at what the Campania and Apulia regions are doing to promote their industrial capabilities and attract investment.

Dan Thisdell assesses national champion Finmeccania's success at creating a global aerospace technology business, in the shadow of larger European rivals BAE Systems and EADS.

After some already high profile casualties, Luca Peruzzi examines the impact Italy's budgetary squeeze will have on key procurement programmes, and the knock-on effect for industry.

We weigh up Italy's ambitions in the space sector, get to speed with propulsion powerhouse Avio and profile two of the country's niche airframers: utility aircraft specialist Vulcanair and Piaggio, maker of the head-turning P180 Avanti twin-pusher and gearing up to launch its first jet.
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* Finmeccanica: Turning the world red
* Procurement: Defending the spend
* Regionals clusters: The south stands up
* 787 & CSeries: Alenia on the spot
* Invesco sisters: Sound structures
* Integrating success: Dema build up
* Vulcanair: Return of the A-viator
* Microtecnia: Precision approach
* Piaggio: Ferrari of the skies
* Italy in space: Towards the stars
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MessageSujet: Re: Armée Italienne/Forze Armate Italiane   Sam 20 Nov 2010 - 0:32

Allez quelques beaux images du Cavour entrant à Toulon aujourd'hui
pas de Harrier, il y avait juste un Merlin, un Sea King et un AB212





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MessageSujet: Re: Armée Italienne/Forze Armate Italiane   Sam 20 Nov 2010 - 13:27

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Italian Navy Deploys Merlin Helicopters to Afghanistan
The Italian Navy has deployed three AgustaWestland AW101 ASH helicopters to Afghanistan for the first time.
The three helicopters are part of air task group "Shark" to support the International Security Assistance Force (ISAF), according to Key.aero.
The missions include aero-medical assistance, transport, force protection and surveillance, and will also feature a medical team of a doctor and two paramedics.
The aircraft have been equipped with improved ballistic protection, defensive aids equipment and 7.62mm machine guns, according to Flight Global.
The Italian Navy has in the past deployed Agusta-Bell AB212s and Sikorksy SH-3D Sea Kings to Afghanistan, but the high terrain and medical evacuation mission demanded a more capable aircraft.

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MessageSujet: Re: Armée Italienne/Forze Armate Italiane   Sam 20 Nov 2010 - 13:29

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Alenia Aeronautica inaugurates first C-27J full flight simulator to the Italian Air Force


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Alenia Aeronautica today inaugurated the first C-27J full flight simulator to the Italian Air Force during an official ceremony held at its base in Pisa.
The simulator, which is the first in the world specifically designed for training the crews of the C-27J Spartan tactical military transport aircraft, was built according to precise air force specifications using innovative systems that ensure the most realistic training experience possible.
The C-27J air force full flight simulator is a cutting-edge system for the basic and advanced training of crews, at a very competitive operating cost compared with training in actual aircraft, as it complements inflight activities with no loss of training value.
The simulator consists of an exact replica of the C-27J cockpit, fitted with equipment that accurately simulates the aircraft’s aeromechanical and avionic features and performance. This is placed within a virtual environment that reproduces the external environment, weather and tactical conditions, providing the pilots with all the stimuli (sights, sounds, touch and acceleration) that they would encounter during an actual flight in the Spartan.
The C-27J air force full flight simulator allows for all operational standard procedures to be reproduced and tactical missions executed (generating virtual allied and enemy operatives), as well as for the reconstruction, in a safe environment, of the full range of emergencies set out in the aircraft flight manual and flight training using NVIS (night vision imaging system) visors.
Another key element of the simulator is its visual system: the external scenario is reproduced using a geographical database which covers the whole of the Italian national territory, created by using highdefinition satellite photography, with 1-metre resolution in many areas. The database, which is processed by software owned by Alenia Aeronautica, is created by using high-definition systems with a visual field of 180° horizontal coverage and 45° (+20°/-25°) vertical coverage.
To perfect the illusion of a real flight, linear and angular acceleration effects are reproduced in correlation with the situation in virtual flight, which is projected onto the visual system by a motion system that can move the simulator’s nearly 10,000 kg of weight around in space.
Inside the C-27J air force full flight simulator, an instructor’s station is also provided, which is a management console of touch-screen monitors mounted on a command panel with wireless controls on a tablet PC, giving the instructor and observers maximum flexibility and comfort during the exercise. The simulator also has a calculation system – the ‘brain’ – where flight simulation models and all applications implementing the various functions available to users are executed. This computerized device, which coordinates the action of the various systems, was designed by Alenia Aeronautica using high-performance
architecture that is easy to maintain.
The C-27J air force simulator also allows for training sessions to be linked to other simulators at the same base or at other sites. This means that pilots in the simulator cabin can ‘see’ other pilots taking part in the same exercise as aircraft present in the same virtual space, and can interact with them, communicate with them by radio and execute coordinated operations, just as they can in real life.




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MessageSujet: Re: Armée Italienne/Forze Armate Italiane   Dim 21 Nov 2010 - 13:46

Il fai beau aujourd'hui à Toulon Very Happy

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MessageSujet: Re: Armée Italienne/Forze Armate Italiane   Dim 21 Nov 2010 - 18:30

Il a une belle gueule ce Cavour..... Wink
Je ne comprends pas par contre c'est la "plage devant le tremplin ,pour moi c'est de la place perdu pour le pont d'envol..... scratch
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MessageSujet: Re: Armée Italienne/Forze Armate Italiane   Dim 21 Nov 2010 - 23:23

c'est peut étre le plus con dans l'histoire, c'est que vu la taille du canote, les Italiens auraient pu envisager de faire un CVL avec une piste oblique, brin d'arrêt et une catapulte de 75m ... mais bon ..

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MessageSujet: Re: Armée Italienne/Forze Armate Italiane   Mar 23 Nov 2010 - 16:15

une belle prise de la part de Mr Saissi ce matin au lever du soleil Cool

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MessageSujet: Re: Armée Italienne/Forze Armate Italiane   Mar 23 Nov 2010 - 16:48

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Le navire-amiral de la flotte italienne en escale à Toulon

Mis en service en 2008, c'est l'un des porte-aéronefs les plus récents actuellement en service dans le monde. Le Cavour est aussi le nouveau navire amiral de la flotte italienne. Ce bâtiment de 244 m de long, 40 m de large et d'un déplacement de 24 000 tonnes, armé par un équipage de 545 marins, effectue une escale technique jusqu'à mercredi dans le port de Toulon.

Sa particularité est de pouvoir mettre en oeuvre une vingtaine d'avions et d'hélicoptères, notamment des appareils à décollage court ou vertical et à atterrissage vertical grâce à son ski-jump (rampe inclinée), en particulier le tout nouvel F-35 américain dont l'armée italienne a commandé près de 120 exemplaires.
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MessageSujet: Re: Armée Italienne/Forze Armate Italiane   Mar 23 Nov 2010 - 19:23

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MessageSujet: Re: Armée Italienne/Forze Armate Italiane   Ven 26 Nov 2010 - 15:01

regardez moi ca Cool

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MessageSujet: Re: Armée Italienne/Forze Armate Italiane   Ven 26 Nov 2010 - 15:04

Absolument magnifique drunken

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MessageSujet: Re: Armée Italienne/Forze Armate Italiane   Ven 26 Nov 2010 - 17:50

Il a de belle lignes ce Cavour cela saute aux yeux a comparer avec la boite a chaussure d'a coté Laughing ..........
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MessageSujet: Re: Armée Italienne/Forze Armate Italiane   Ven 26 Nov 2010 - 20:57

C'est un Sabot plutôt Laughing

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MessageSujet: Re: Armée Italienne/Forze Armate Italiane   Ven 3 Déc 2010 - 14:59

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BAE Systems to Upgrade Italian Multi-Role Fighter Aircraft


Italian Air Force has selected BAE Systems to upgrade its fleet of Tornado multi-role fighter aircraft.
The £20m upgrade contract includes the design, development and manufacture kits for 25 aircraft and to provide support to Alenia to embody the kits onto the aircraft at their Caselle factory in Turin, Italy.
The improvements also include new digital displays and full capability to employ night-vision goggles, and MIDS (Multi-functional Information Distribution System) Link 16.
The MIDS Link 16 will enable the aircraft to exchange near real-time tactical information, including data and voice, between air, ground and sea assets.
Work will commence next year on the mid-life upgrade of the ECR (Electronic Combat / Reconnaissance) and IDS (Interdictor / Strike) aircraft variants, and is expected to be completed in 2015.
The upgrade is said to be the last major upgrade of Italian Tornados before they go out of service date, which is expected to be before 2030.
Tornado is a multi-role fighter aircraft developed and built by Panavia Aircraft, a consortium consisting of BAE Systems, Alenia Aeronautica of Italy and Cassidian of Germany.

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MessageSujet: Re: Armée Italienne/Forze Armate Italiane   Jeu 9 Déc 2010 - 0:26

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First C-27J Simulator is inaugurated by the Italian Air Force



Lutz, Florida – Nov 2010 – The first C-27J Full Flight Simulator is inaugurated by the Italian Air Force in Pisa Italy, Nov 19, 2010. The C-27J IAF Full Flight Simulator is a joint effort built by the prime contractor Alenia Aeronautica, Turin, Italy and OPINICUS Corporation in Lutz, Florida, USA.
OPINICUS provided a fully integrated, Level D Full Flight Deck Assembly (FFDA) to Alenia, who made available a C-27J cockpit shell which was reworked by OPINICUS. The turn-key FFDA includes the integrated simulator sub-systems for the Cockpit, Instructor Station, Aft Cabin, Motion Platform, QXGA NVG LCoS-based 200o x 45o Visual Display System, REALCueTM Electric Motion System, REALFeel® Electric Control Loading, and Enhanced TCAS.
The Level D compliant C27J FFDA was delivered to Alenia Aeronautica’s facilities in Turin, where Alenia integrated it with the C-27J full Avionics suite and Cockpit Equipment, Host Computer architecture and Input/Output subsystem with complete cabling, and Alenia’s “Sapphire” Image Generator including the Italian entire territory geographical database; moreover, as the integrator of the C-27J Full Flight Simulator and the C-27J aircraft OEM, Alenia developed, integrated and qualified the C-27J FAA compliant full simulation model.
Throughout the entire project, OPINICUS supported Alenia with our vast experience in development and qualification of simulators, and contributed to the most co
mplex activities with a team on site.
Upon completion, OPINICUS relocated the Full Flight Simulator to the Italian Air Force Training Facility in Pisa, Italy for final acceptance and inauguration by the Italian Air Force (Aeronautica Militare Italiana). The C-27J Full Flight Simulator will be utilized for Italian Air Force flight crew training, with the possibility to be offered to the other C- 27J Customers as well.
James Takats, OPINICUS’ President, expressed his excitement to have the opportunity to develop a relationship with a world class company such as Alenia Aeronautica, “OPINICUS is very excited to be able to work on the C-27J Spartan program, especially since we are able to work directly with Alenia Aeronautica, the aircraft manufacturer.”
Alenia Aeronautica executives say, “The delivery of the first C-27J Full Flight Simulator is a jump forward for the C-27J training capabilities. Our Customer, the Italian Air Force, have reported their full satisfaction for this state-of-the-art simulation system built according to their specifications. This is the result of the fruitful cooperation between Alenia and OPINICUS, that acted as a team since the very first phases of the project, making it a great success. We recognize the outstanding support we had from OPINICUS.”
The Level D capable C-27J simulator FFDA is based on OPINICUS’ innovative ODYSSEYTM design utilizing state-of-the-art OPINICUS simulator technologies such as REALCueTM Electric Motion and REALFeelTM Electric Control Loading.
The Alenia Aeronautica C-27J Spartan twin turboprop is the only medium tactical airlifter flying today designed to truly military specifications. The C-27J has been already ordered by the Hellenic, Italian, Bulgarian, Lithuanian, Romanian, Bulgarian, Moroccan Air Forces, and U.S. Army and U.S. Air Force.
About OPINICUS Corporation
OPINICUS is a world leader in flight simulation and is based out of Lutz, Florida USA where it has a 60,000 sq. ft., eight ( 8 ) High Bay, facility for manufacturing and operating advanced full flight simulators and flight training devices. OPINICUS also uses its advanced, innovative simulation technologies in its Service Life Extension Programs (SLEP) as well as major simulator upgrades and modifications to fixed-wing and rotary- wing simulators for both the civil and military flight crew training marketplace World- Wide. OPINICUS utilizes innovative designs and modular, scalable simulation architectures in its latest ODYSSEY9TM and ODYSSEY10TM Flight Simulation Training Devices to provide its customers with a full suite of highly reliable, cost effective, scalable and reconfigurable training devices. These innovative designs are the key to improved reliability, maintainability and the reduction of life-cycle costs.
About Alenia Aeronautica
Alenia Aeronautica, a Finmeccanica Company, is the largest Italian aeronautic player which operates world-wide in the design, development, modification, maintenance, overhaul and production of commercial and military aircraft, unmanned aerial vehicles and aerostructures. Alenia Aeronautica also coordinates the activities of Alenia Aermacchi – wholly owned company – leader in the military trainer aircraft; and, through its joint ventures ATR, Superjet International and SCAC, Alenia Aeronautica is the world leader in the regional turboprop market and a top player in the regional jet sector. Alenia Aeronautica, with its owned companies and subsidiaries, counts a total workforce of 13,000 people.
http://madduxpress.com/2010/12/08/first-c-27j-simulator-inaugurated-by-italian-air-force-15882

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