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First Two New RAAF Roulettes Pilatus PC-21s Arrive


25 Juli 2018

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The first two aircraft for the RAAF Roulettes (photos : Australian Aviation)


The first two aircraft for the Royal Australian Air Force’s (RAAF) acrobatic display team have arrived in Australia.

The pair of Pilatus PC-21s, with registration HB-HWS and HB-HWT, landed in Darwin on Saturday July 21 from Kupang in Indonesia, as these photographs from Sid Mitchell showed.

On Sunday, the PC-21s flew from Darwin to Adelaide via Alice Springs, according to flight tracking website FlightAware. The following day, the two aircraft reached RAAF Base East Sale.

The Air Force Roulettes are replacing the Pilatus PC-9/A, which have been flown since 1989, with the PC-21s.

The Australian Defence Force is acquiring 49 PC-21s as well as simulators and training devices under the AIR 5428 Pilot Training System.

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Under AIR 5428, the PC-21 will replace both the ageing Pilatus PC-9/A advanced trainer, which has been in service since 1988, and the CT-4B Airtrainer, which is currently used for basic training. The PC-9/A is due to be withdrawn in 2019 after 30 years of service and more than 500,000 flying hours.

AIR 5428 is an integrated system designed to train all future Royal Australian Air Force, Royal Australian Navy and Australian Army pilots. The project spans flight screening through all phases of pilot training from basic flying training at Central Flying School (CFS) at RAAF Base East Sale through to the advanced flying training at 2FTS (No 2 Flying Training School) at RAAF Base Pearce, north of Perth.

Lockheed Martin is the prime contractor with responsibility for delivering AIR 5428 and is providing the ground-based training environment, with Pilatus providing the PC-21 aircraft and Hawker Pacific providing maintenance support.

The first six PC-21s advanced trainers were formally welcomed into service at RAAF Base East Sale in August 2017.

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Rheinmetall to supply more than 1,000 logistics trucks to ADF

Gabriel Dominguez, London - IHS Jane's Defence Weekly

25 July 2018

   
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Rheinmetall announced on 25 July that it was awarded a contract to deliver more than 1,000 logistics trucks and more than 800
modules to the ADF. Source: Rheinmetall



Rheinmetall MAN Military Vehicles Australia (RMMVA) has been awarded a contract to deliver more than 1,000 high-mobility logistics trucks and more than 800 modules to the Australian Defence Force (ADF) under the Land 121 Phase 5B programme, which is an extension of the current Land 121 Phase 3B project, Rheinmetall Group announced in a 25 July statement.

Deliveries will start in 2019 and will run to 2024, the company said, adding that it is committed to establishing a “high-quality logistics backbone for the ADF”.

In a separate statement Australian Minister for Defence Industry Christopher Pyne said the country is purchasing 1,044 additional new-generation medium and heavy trucks, 872 modules, and 812 trailers for AUD1.4 billion (USD1.04 billion) to facilitate logistics support and enhance the ADF’s land capabilities. The country is purchasing 1,044 additional new-generation medium and heavy trucks, 872 modules, and 812 trailers for AUD1.4 billion (USD1.04 billion) to facilitate logistics support and enhance the ADF’s land capabilities.

“These modern trucks will be used for a broad range of military contingencies, from resupplying combat operations to supporting the ADF’s assistance to Australian and regional communities after natural disasters such as floods, fires, and cyclones,” said Pyne, adding “We’ve already got more than 1,000 of these trucks in service and they have proved their value, exceeding user expectations in disaster relief, training, and on exercises.”

Pyne also pointed out that this project marks the final government approval for the Land 121 programme designed to replace the ADF’s legacy fleet of ageing vehicles and trailers, many of which are more than 30 years old and becoming increasingly costly and difficult to maintain.

Pyne said that while the trucks are to be manufactured on an existing production line in Austria, Australian industry would play a major role in the project, with RMMVA partnering with a range of Australia-based companies such as Varley in Newcastle, Holmwood Highgate in Brisbane, and ECLIPS in the Australian Capital Territory to supply the modules and trailers.
 
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Gabriel Dominguez, London - IHS Jane's Defence Weekly

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Australia awarded Rheinmetall an order for 211 Boxer wheeled armoured vehicles on 17 August worth a total of AUD3.3 billion
(USD2.4 billion). Source: Rheinmetall



Australia has awarded Rheinmetall an order for 211 Boxer wheeled armoured vehicles worth a total of AUD3.3 billion (USD2.4 billion).

The contract was signed on 17 August in Canberra by Australia’s Prime Minister, Malcolm Turnbull, and the Managing Director of Rheinmetall Defence Australia (RDA), Gary Stewart, the company said in a statement, adding that delivery of the 8×8 combat reconnaissance vehicles (CRVs) will take place between 2019 and 2026.

The move comes after Canberra announced on 14 March that it had selected RDA to meet the Australian Army’s requirement for more than 200 CRVs under Project Land 400 Phase 2. In offering its 8×8 Boxer CRV, RDA beat rival BAE Systems Australia, which had proposed the Armoured Modular Vehicle (AMV35) through a partnership with Finnish company Patria.

The Australian Defence Force (ADF) will introduce several variants of the Boxer with the reconnaissance variant – accounting for 133 of the 211 vehicles – equipped with Rheinmetall’s cutting-edge LANCE turret system and armed with a 30 mm automatic cannon.

Turnbull had said in March that the new CRVs, which will replace the Australian Army’s ageing fleet of 257 Australian light armoured vehicles (ASLAVs), will undertake a range of missions “from regional stability and peacekeeping through to high-threat operations”. He added that the government is investing about AUD235 million to upgrade Australian Army facilities in Adelaide, Queensland, and Victoria where the CRVs will be operated.

As Jane’s previously reported, RDA’s CRV build programme will focus on the development of a proposed Military Vehicle Centre of Excellence (MILVEHCOE) in Brisbane, Queensland, which will be the hub for the production of the majority of the vehicles.

Rheinmetall is expected to construct an initial batch of about 20 Boxer CRVs in Germany, which will be delivered from 2019. The remainder will be built by the MILVEHCOE following training and technology transfers to Australia.
 
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EOS Wins LAND 400 Australian Defence Program

29 Agustus 2018

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EOS R400S Mark 2 D-HD remote weapon station (photo : EOS)


Electro Optic Systems, (ASX: EOS), acting through its subsidiary EOS Defence Systems Pty Limited, is pleased to announce that it has been selected as the remote weapon system provider for Phase 2 (Combat Reconnaissance Vehicle) of the Australian Army’s LAND 400 program. EOS tendered the R400S Mark 2 D-HD remote weapon station for this acquisition. This latest R400 variant is commencing full rate production to meet existing contracts in early 2019. It is expected that approximately 80 remote weapon stations for Land 400 Phase 2 would enter an existing manufacturing process from 2021.

Additionally, the LAND 400 Phase 3 tender released today requires that all tenderers ‘include the integration / use of’ the EOS Remote Weapon Station in their responses for the next Phase of the program. Phase 3 seeks to deliver 450 Infantry Fighting Vehicles and 17 Manoeuvre Support Vehicles from 2024/25 onwards.

These two events represent a significant step forward for EOS Defence Systems as the primary RWS provider to the Australian Army. Combined with the existing in-service 230+ EOS remote weapon stations these additional systems will create a larger EOS RWS fleet across multiple vehicles and deliver significant improvements in operational effectiveness and cost of ownership for Australia’s combat forces.

The R400S Mark 2 Direct Drive-Heavy Duty (D-HD) remote weapon station is the latest high precision product from EOS Defence Systems and can mount different weapons up to and including the M230LF lightweight 30mm cannon and anti-tank guided missiles.

The LAND 400 program comprises four phases which are summarised below:
- LAND 400 Phase 1 – Project Definition Study (completed);
- LAND 400 Phase 2 –Combat Reconnaissance Vehicle Capability
- LAND 400 Phase 3 –Mounted Close Combat Capability; and
- LAND 400 Phase 4 – Integrated Training System.

EOS Group CEO, Ben Greene, said: “EOS as an Australian defence industry company is enormously proud of being chosen to provide more weapon stations to this important ADF program. Although the vast majority of EOS revenue is derived from exports, meeting the needs of the Australian Defence Force is of utmost importance. This announcement practically demonstrates the commitment of government to Australian Defence Industry.”

EOS Defence Systems CEO, Grant Sanderson, commented: “This is a very pleasing outcome and great recognition for the EOS Defence Systems workforce who have worked exceptionally hard over the last few years to create these world class products.

This new order combined with the AUD$630+mil other orders received over 2017/18 underwrite production growth for the next five years. Such backlog creates opportunity for EOS to continue to provide the highest quality and best value for money technology in the world to the Australian Defence Force and our global customers.”

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GA-ASI Adds Sentient Vision to Team Reaper Australia

06 September 2018

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Melbourne – Sentient Vision Systems and General Atomics Aeronautical Systems, Inc. (GA‑ASI), the world’s leading manufacturer of Remotely Piloted Aircraft (RPA) systems, today announced the further expansion of Team Reaper Australia.

Sentient Vision Systems is the only Australian provider of Intelligence, Surveillance, and Reconaissance (ISR) solutions that has been an integral part of every Australian Unmanned Aerial System (UAS) program to date. The inclusion of Sentient Vision further reinforces Team Reaper Australia as the only viable solution to meet the Project Air 7003 requirement, which now consists of ten Australian companies providing a range of innovative sensor, communication, manufacturing and life-cycle support capabilities.

“General Atomics recognizes the importance of having a robust team of Australian industry partners to support the Air 7003 requirements,” said Linden Blue, CEO, GA-ASI. “We continue to be committed to partnerships with Australian industry and to providing a capable, affordable RPA system to the Australian Defence Force.”

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“Sentient is proud of our close collaboration with the Australian Government. From our foundations of the Defence Science and Technology Group’s Capability and Technology Demonstrator (CTD) program to our proud history of deployments in support of the Australian warfighter, Sentient sees the inclusion of our ViDAR wide area motion imagery payload as a part of Team Reaper Australia in support of the Air 7003 requirement as a reinforcement of Australian leadership in advanced autonomy,” said Simon Olsen, Director of Business Development, Strategy and Partnerships at Sentient Vision Systems.

Team Reaper Australia, originally consisting of Cobham, CAE Australia, Raytheon, and Flight Data Systems, was first announced at the Australian International Aerospace and Defence Exposition (AVALON 2017) by Linden Blue and Air Chief Marshal Sir Angus Houston, AK, DFC of Defence South Australia. Since Avalon 2017, Team Reaper Australia has expanded to ten companies and now includes Cobham Australia, CAE Australia, Raytheon Australia, Flight Data Systems, TAE Aerospace, Rockwell Collins, Ultra Electronics Australia, Airspeed, Quickstep Holdings Ltd and Sentient Vision Systems.

Project Air 7003 will provide the Australian Defence Force with an Armed MALE RPA system that will include aircraft and Ground Control Stations (GCS) that will be fully inter-operable with Australia’s allies.

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20 Oktober 2018

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The Australian Army Aviation Corps today marked 50 years since formation, celebrating with a ceremonial parade, flypast and a variety of displays at the Army Aviation Training Centre, Oakey, Queensland.

In addition to the flypast in Oakey, simultaneous flypasts were held in Sydney, Townsville and Darwin.

Head of Australian Army Aviation Corps Brigadier Scott Benbow said he was proud to join past and present personnel to mark this important milestone.

“Then and now, the corps is committed to helping the Australian soldier fight, survive and win, and be ready to serve wherever needed,” Brigadier Benbow said.

“From a small corps formed in 1968 flying light fixed-wing aircraft, the Australian Army Aviation Corps has grown to be an advanced, state-of-the-art force.

“Today, the Australian Army Aviation Corps flies a variety of capabilities, including the Tiger armed reconnaissance, Chinook medium lift and Taipan multi role helicopters.”

Today’s celebrations also saw the final flight and retirement of the Army’s Bell 206B-1 Kiowa fleet after almost 47 years of service.

“Kiowa has been Army’s primary training helicopter since 1990, and every pilot, groundcrew member and maintainer who has served since that time has one thing in common – Kiowa,” Brigadier Benbow said.

“The Kiowa fleet has provided stalwart service to the Army since 1971, whether on deployment, in disaster relief operations or as a training helicopter.

“All personnel, past and present, who have operated, maintained and supported the Kiowa can be proud of the part they have played in Army’s history.”

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Australia progresses qualification of Tiger helicopters on Canberra class

Ridzwan Rahmat, Singapore - Jane's Navy International

24 October 2018

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A Tiger ARH helicopter conducting first-of-class flight trials on board HMAS Canberra. Source: Commonwealth of Australia



Key Points
•Australia has completed further trials of the Tiger Armed Reconnaissance Helicopter on board its first Canberra-class vessel
•Aircraft will provide the amphibious assault ship with forward scouting, strike capabilities

The Royal Australian Navy (RAN) has inched closer towards fully qualifying the Tiger Armed Reconnaissance Helicopter (ARH) on board its Canberra-class amphibious assault ships.

The service's aircraft maintenance and flight trials unit (AMAFTU) has been conducting follow-on first-of-class flight trials (FOCFT) with the type from on board HMAS Canberra (L 02) since early September 2018, with the aim of establishing the helicopter as an embarked capability.

The RAN conducted initial trials of the Tiger ARH helicopters in February 2017. Among processes that will be carried out during the latest FOCFT include the establishment of ship-helicopter operating limits (SHOLS) under various environmental conditions, assessment of aviation facilities, and equipment calibration.

To achieve the environmental conditions required to define the operating limits, the FOCFT has been conducted at various locations around the country, including Darwin Harbour, the Arafura Sea, and the Pacific Ocean route between Australia and New Caledonia.

"The geographical variety permitted operations in high temperatures, calm seas, and light winds, along with higher winds and sea states to induce increased pitch and roll," said the service via its official publication, Navy Daily . "This culminated in the validation of proposed wind envelopes in conditions up to Sea State 5 at the end of the trial," it added.

Among Australian Defence Force (ADF) aircraft that can be operated from the amphibious ship include the S-70B-2 Seahawk and S-70 Black Hawk helicopters. In mid-2016, the RAN also conducted deck landings of the US Marine Corps' (USMC's) Sikorsky CH-53E Super Stallion and MV-22 Osprey aircraft on board Canberra as part of the Rim of the Pacific ('RIMPAC') 2016 international naval exercise in waters of Hawaii.
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Histoire de célébrer dignement les 75 ans de l’Aircraft Research and Development Unit de la RAAF, une petite formation a été mis en place avec un PC-9A, un F/A-18B et surtout le vénérable Dakota de l’Historical Aircraft Restoration Society, l’un des quelques exemplaires toujours en état de vol en Australie.
Difficile de maintenir la formation le long de la côte entre Nowra et Shoalhaven avec des avions aux performances si différentes. C’est manifestement le Hornet qui est à la peine, cabré pour tenir sa position mais avec de la marge par rapport à sa vitesse de décrochage.
Le choix des machines s’est fait en fonction de leur relation avec l’ARDU, unité tests et développement de la RAAF chargée notamment de la prise en compte des aéronefs et du développement de leurs systèmes. L’ARDU a quatre détachements basés à Amberley, Edinburgh, Richmond et Williamtown.
L’occasion de voir un « Dak » en vol est toujours un plaisir. Cet avion précis, le C-47B-30-DK serial 44-76774 codé A65-94, a été livré à la RAAF le 2 mai 1945, deux semaines après sa sortie d’usine. Il a fait partie des premiers avions engagés au Viet Nam par l’Australie dès 1963, depuis la base de RAAF Butterworth. Il a été retiré du service actif en 1980 après avoir accumulé 14600 heures de vol. Il a été racheté aux enchères par l’HARS en 2000 et a été remis en vol depuis.

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First two F-35A Joint Strike fighters arrived in Australia

Dec 10, 2018

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The first two F-35A Joint Strike Fighters of the Royal Australian Air Force arrived at Williamtown air base in Newcastle.

According to a news release put out by the Royal Australian Air Force, F-35A Joint Strike Fighter jets A35-009 and A35-010 have arrived at their new home Base Williamtown.

They’re the first F-35As to be based on Australian soil and belong to Royal Australian Air Force’s No. 3 Squadron.

The Minister for Defence, the Hon Christopher Pyne MP, and Minister for Defence Industry, the Hon Steven Ciobo MP, were there to welcome the aircraft and RAAF fighter pilots who flew the final leg in the journey from Luke Air Force Base Arizona.

The Minister for Defence, the Hon Christopher Pyne MP said the Joint Strike Fighter will be a game-changer for the Australian Defence Force.

“This is the most advanced, multi-role stealth fighter in the world. It will deliver next generation capability benefits and provide a major boost to our intelligence, surveillance and reconnaissance capabilities,” Minister Pyne said.

“The Joint Strike Fighter can get closer to threats undetected; find, engage and jam electronic signals from targets; and share information with other platforms.”

The Government is investing over $17 billion to acquire at least 72 Joint Strike Fighters.

“The Joint Strike Fighter is the largest acquisition in the history of the Royal Australian Air Force, and is a key part of the Government’s $200 billion build up in Defence capability,” Minister Pyne said.

The Lockheed-Martin-built Joint Strike Fighter will be operated by nine partner nations, reaffirming and strengthening Australia’s alliance with the United States and other key international partners including the United Kingdom, Italy, Netherlands, Turkey, Canada, Denmark and Norway.

“In Australia’s immediate region, Japan and South Korea are in the process of procuring the F-35A Joint Strike Fighter, and are closely aligned with Australia’s pursuit of shared strategic, security and economic interests,” Minister Pyne said.


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Australia’s first F-35A Joint Strike Fighters homeward bound bring refuelled by the KC-30A Multi Role Tanker Transport aircraft (photo : RAAF)

F-35A aircraft scheduled to begin flying operations this week

AAF Base Williamtown is advising Hunter residents that our two F-35A Joint Strike Fighter aircraft are scheduled to begin flying operations this week (from 21-25 January 2019).

The first two aircraft arrived in Australia on 10 December 2018.  

Commander of Air Combat Group (ACG), Air Commodore (AIRCDRE) Michael Kitcher said the two aircraft will begin a phase of operations designed to verify and validate the jet’s capabilities during 2019-2020 in the lead-up to the declaration of the Initial Operational Capability (IOC) at the end of 2020.

“At the end of 2019, Air Combat Group expects to have taken delivery of up to eight aircraft,’’ Air Commodore Kitcher said.

“In December 2020, Australia will have up to 33 aircraft, established a sovereign training capability and completed verification and validation of the Australian F-35A capability.

“By the end of 2020 one operational squadron will be proficient in air combat, strike and offensive air support, and ready to deploy in support of Australia’s national interests.”

The Australian Government has approved the acquisition of 72 aircraft and the F-35A fleet will comprise of three operational squadrons.

Numbers 3 and 77 Squadron operate out of RAAF Base Williamtown in New South Wales, and Number 75 Squadron based at RAAF Base Tindal near Katherine, Northern Territory. Number 2 Operational Conversion Unit squadron will also fly F-35A out of RAAF Base Williamtown.

The majority of the $1.5B invested to house and support the F-35A have been constructed at RAAF Base Williamtown. The facilities include new working accommodation, maintenance hangars, storage, workshop facilities, training facilities, aircraft runway, and pavement works.  

Members of the community seeking further information are invited to call 1800 033 200, or refer to our flying operations page or Defence Aircraft Noise website.

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Cet accord vise principalement à assurer à (et rassurer) l'Australie que Naval Group sera capable tout au long
de la durée de la vie du contrat des sous-marins (50 ans) de maintenir son outil industriel. (Crédits : DCNS)

     
L'Australie et le groupe naval vont signer l'accord cadre de leur partenariat stratégique (Strategic Partnering Agreement). Naval Group devrait signer avant le printemps un contrat portant sur le design des sous-marins et estimé entre 1 et 2 milliards d'euros.


En Australie, Naval Group va bientôt voir la lumière après un très, très long tunnel de négociations. Lundi prochain, l'Australie et le groupe naval tricolore vont signer l'accord cadre de leur partenariat stratégique (Strategic Partnering Agreement ou SPA) en présence de Florence Parly et de son homologue australien Christopher Pyne, selon l'entourage de la ministre des Armées. Des négociations qui avaient commencé début février 2017. Un accord intergouvernemental entre l'Australie et la France avait été signé en décembre 2016.

Ce contrat "chapeau" intègre toutes les clauses de transferts de technologies, de garanties, de risques et de couvertures notamment sur la durée du contrat (50 ans). Il doit également protéger les propriétés intellectuelles de Naval Group. C'est donc l'aboutissement de négociations tripartites très complexes, qui vont en grande partie verrouiller le contrat du siècle pour Naval Group, sélectionné en 2016 par Canberra pour fabriquer douze sous-marins à propulsion classique pour un montant évalué à 50 milliards de dollars australiens (36,2 milliards d'euros).

Rassurer l'Australie

Cet accord vise principalement à assurer à (et rassurer) l'Australie que Naval Group sera capable tout au long de la durée de la vie du contrat des sous-marins (50 ans) de maintenir son outil industriel. La France a dû donner son assurance à l'Australie que Naval Group existera encore dans 50 ans pour assurer l'entretien des douze bâtiments qui sont stratégiques pour Canberra.

De même, selon l'entourage de la ministre, le résultat des prochaines élections législatives australiennes, qui doivent avoir lieu au premier semestre 2019 afin de renouveler l'intégralité des 151 sièges de la Chambre des représentants et 40 des 76 sièges du Sénat, ne devrait pas changer l'accord entre l'Australie et Naval Group. Des assurances par l'opposition ont été données à la ministre lors de son passage en septembre dernier.

Un deuxième contrat en voie d'être signé

L'Australie devrait signer avant le printemps un deuxième contrat avec Naval Group, qui porte sur le design des sous-marins. le montrant est évalué entre 1 et 2 milliards d'euros. ce contrat lancera officiellement les activités du bureau d'études du groupe naval en matière de design et d'analyse fonctionnelle des futurs bâtiments. Il permettra de définir non seulement les spécificités opérationnelles des sous-marins mais également de déterminer le coût et les délais de fabrication.
Naval Group avait signé en septembre 2016 un premier contrat opérationnel d'environ 300 millions d'euros, dénommé "Design and Mobilisation Contract". Il avait permis de lancer les activités de structuration du programme et de coordination avec le groupe américain Lockheed Martin, l'intégrateur du système de combat et les partenaires australiens.

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Le contrat titanesque reflète les ambitions de l’Australie dans le Pacifique. Canberra et Paris ont formellement signé ce lundi leur « partenariat stratégique » impliquant de 50 milliards de dollars pour la construction de 12 sous-marins destinés à la marine australienne, censé refléter les ambitions de l’Australie dans le Pacifique.

Le Premier ministre australien Scott Morrison a salué un « plan très ambitieux » lors d’une cérémonie à Canberra en présence de la ministre française des Armées, Florence Parly. Il a rappelé qu’il s’agissait là du « plus important investissement consenti en matière de défense en temps de paix par l’Australie ».

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Naval Group (ex-DCNS) avait été choisi en 2016 pour la livraison de ces 12 sous-marins nouvelle génération, remportant au terme d’années de négociations ce « contrat du siècle » qui est la pierre angulaire de ce partenariat franco-australien. Le groupe naval est chargé de la conception et de la construction des douze navires et du chantier naval. Celle du premier bateau débutera avec la prochaine décennie, pour une première livraison en 2030.

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Le contrat va créer environ 2.800 emplois en Australie, selon le Premier ministre de l’Etat d’Australie-Méridionale Steven Marshall, et 500 personnes en France. Certains critiques déplorent le fait qu’il ait tardé à être conclu car les eaux au nord et à l’est de l’Australie sont déjà le théâtre d’une âpre bataille d’influence entre les Etats-Unis, la Chine et les puissances régionales.

Une force de dissuasion face à la Chine
Les îles du Pacifique sont petites et moins vitales pour le fret maritime que la mer de Chine méridionale, mais leurs zones économiques constituent une vaste proportion des ressources maritimes mondiales. Les spécialistes australiens des questions militaires espèrent que ces sous-marins permettront à l’Australie d’opposer une force de dissuasion crédible en cas d’action hostile.

« Il faut beaucoup de confiance de la part de l’Australie pour parier sur la France, et beaucoup de confiance de la part de la France pour partager avec l’Australie des compétences qui sont tellement au cœur de notre souveraineté, de notre autonomie stratégique et qui résultent d’investissements immenses pendant des décennies », a déclaré Florence Parly lors de la cérémonie devant le ministère australien de la Défense à Canberra.

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A quoi ressembleront les 12 sous-marins commandés par la marine australienne? Les caractéristiques de ces "dérivés de la classe Barracuda" ne sont pas toutes connues, mais le constructeur Naval Group (ex-DCNS) a déjà précisé certains détails, comme sa propulsion ou sa "discrétion acoustique exceptionnelle".

. "Propulsion conventionnelle"

Première précision d'importance: le contrat signé lundi porte sur douze sous-marins "dérivés de la classe Barracuda", souligne un porte-parole du groupe auprès de l'AFP. Pourquoi "dérivé"? "Parce que Barracuda est un programme de sous-marins français à propulsion nucléaire". Or, ceux qui sont vendus à l'Australie ne sont pas à propulsion nucléaire mais "conventionnelle, diesel/électrique", précise la même source.

C'est une différence de taille: alors qu'un sous-marin à propulsion nucléaire peut rester sous l'eau pendant une très longue période, un sous-marin à propulsion conventionnelle refait surface à intervalles réguliers. La fréquence de ce retour en surface est un "sujet plutôt confidentiel", indique le constructeur.

. Mensurations

Une centaine de mètres de long, environ 5.000 tonnes, pour un équipage de plusieurs dizaines de personnes: il s'agira "des plus gros sous-marins à propulsion conventionnelle", qui pèsent plutôt entre 1.500 et 2.500 tonnes habituellement, selon Naval Group. Leur grande capacité doit leur donner les moyens d'effectuer des patrouilles lointaines.

Les mensurations exactes ne sont pas encore arrêtées: la phase de design des bâtiments n'est pas encore achevée. Le "partenariat stratégique" officiellement signé lundi, est une sorte de contrat général, dans lequel vont s'inscrire des "contrats programme" qui vont notamment déterminer plus précisément le design des sous-marins, explique Naval Group.

. "Discrétion acoustique"

Une des caractéristiques notables des futurs sous-marins sera "une capacité de discrétion acoustique exceptionnelle", estime l'entreprise.

Les sous-marins ont dans leur équipage des spécialistes de l'analyse acoustique, les "oreilles d'or", formés "à la reconnaissance auditive des bruits sous-marins, naturels et artificiels", expliquait en 2014 "l'Abécédaire des forces sous-marines" (Philippe Nôtre et Jean-Louis Vichot, éditions Decoopman). Chaque bâtiment a sa signature propre, mais l'idée "est de se diluer du point de vue acoustique dans le bruit de la mer, d'être moins bruyant que la mer elle-même", explique-t-on chez Naval Group.

. Objectif 2030

Si savoir le prix unitaire d'un sous-marin est "quasiment impossible", dixit l'ex DCNS, le contrat dans sa totalité atteint un niveau spectaculaire de 50 milliards de dollars australiens, soit plus de 30 milliards d'euros sur 50 ans. Il inclut la construction du chantier naval où seront assemblés les bâtiments, à Adélaïde, et va créer environ 2.800 emplois en Australie, selon le Premier ministre de l'Etat d'Australie-Méridionale Steven Marshall, et occuper 500 personnes en France.

Le premier sous-marin ne sera pas mis à l'eau avant un moment: l'objectif affiché est que la cérémonie de découpe de la première tôle puisse intervenir mi-2023, pour une livraison début 2030 du premier sous-marin. Les futurs bâtiments, dont le dernier est attendu au début des années 2040, remplaceront les actuels Collins d'ancienne génération.

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RAAF to Retire its PC-9/A Aircraft

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Two PC-9A and PC-21 of the RAAF (photo : ADPR)



The Royal Australian Air Force (RAAF) will officially retire its PC-9/A aircraft in 2019, the Australian Department of Defence announced on 28 February.

The Roulettes undertook their final aerobatic display in the PC-9/A aircraft at the 2019 Avalon Air Show, Australia.

The Pilatus PC-9/A aircraft has been used to train aircrew from the navy, army and air force. The aircraft was introduced to the RAAF in 1987, with pilot training beginning in 1989.

The PC-9/A aircraft is being replaced by Pilatus PC-21 aircraft under the Air 5428 Pilot Training System project. The Pilatus PC-21 aircraft is an advanced turboprop trainer, and the first ADF basic pilot course started earlier in 2019. The PC-21 aircraft and its supporting training systems will modernise the RAAF’s aviation training.

Australia is planning to acquire 49 aircraft as part of Project Air 5428. The new aircraft will be based at RAAF Base East Sale in Victoria and RAAF Base Pearce in Western Australia in the pilot training capacity.


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2nd/14th Light Horse Regiment (Queensland Mounted Infantry) has been live firing its M1A1 Abrams Tanks at the Wide Bay training area for the first time this week.

The Wide Bay training area is an excellent facility that is not only closer to #BrisbanesBrigade than Shoalwater Bay near Rockhampton, it also provides more dynamic and challenging static live fire ranges for individual crew training.

This week the Regiment tested out the tank crews' gunnery skills to ensure they have all the necessary skills before moving on to more complex squadron, Brigade and joint exercises later in the year.

Photos: CAPT Anna-Lise Brink
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09/03/2019

Les Hawk de la RAAF modernisés !


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La flotte d’avions écoles BAe Hawk en service au sein de la Royal Australian Air Force (RAAF) a terminé sa modernisation. Les mises à niveau de l'avion ont commencé en 2014, dans le cadre d'un programme de mise à jour portant sur un total de 33 avions Hawk Mk127. L’Australie a reçu ses Hawk Mk127 entre 1999 et 2001.

Standard T2 :

La RAAF a donc engagé une modernisation qui a mené ses avions écoles Hawk à la dernière version disponible soit le T2. La version T2 (Export) ou MK.128 fait partie de la nouvelle génération de jet (AJT) destiné au départ pour la Royal Air Force et la Royal Navy. Le T2 comprend un affichage moderne de type LCD à la place de l'instrumentation classique, et permet la préparation pour le vol des avions de combat modernes, en particulier le tout "en verre". Le nouveau logiciel OC2 sera le même que celui retenu pour la RAF et l’Arabie Saoudite. Il utilise un moteur Rolls-Royce Adour 951.

Trois pays ont également déjà opté pour ce modèle, l’Afrique du Sud et l’Inde et l’Arabie Saoudite.

Photo : Hawk T2 de la RAAF @ RAAF

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Thales Completes the First Replacement Bow Sonar Arrays for Collins Class Submarine

12 Maret 2019

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Sonar 2076 arrays (all images : Thales UK)


Thales in the UK completes the first of six new replacement bow sonar arrays for Australia’s Collins Class Submarine upgrade ahead of time

Design and manufacturing teams at Cheadle and Templecombe pulled out the stops to ensure delivery of the first bow sonar array in time to meet the Royal Australian Navy’s (RAN) accelerated upgrade of HMAS Waller as part of a programme to extend the Collins Class Submarine service life into the 2030s.

The tight, two year schedule from contract signature to construction of the first modular cylindrical array (MCA) was a huge challenge for Thales’s Defence Mission Systems team in the UK. This success has demonstrated the company’s flexibility to bring forward delivery dates and capacity to take on risk in order to meet customer expectations.

CSCAP

The Collins Sonar Capability Assurance Programme (CSCAP) is part of the wider SEA1439 refit programme to upgrade the capabilities of the RAN’s six Collins Class submarines, extending their working life until a new generation of submarine is online in the 2030s.

The boats’ current sonar has been in service in the since the 1980s. Sonar systems are used to detect the presence of other vessels at the greatest range possible. The better the sonar, the further away other vessels can be detected. With the new MCAs, based on the UK’s 2076 technology already in service with the Royal Navy, the RAN will benefit from significantly enhanced sonar performance.

A strong position for future orders

The successful delivery of CSCAP could not have come at a better time as the Australian Government assesses sonar bids for SEA1000, the Programme to deliver Future Submarines to replace Collins. The Australian Department of Defence is expected to announce their down-selection via combat system integrator Lockheed Martin Australia imminently.

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A number of other allied naval forces are also considering future submarine programmes for which Thales in the UK is in a strong position.

A programme of firsts

CSCAP represents the first time that the UK has exported submarine technology of this level of sophistication outside the UK. This was made possible by the close links enjoyed by Australia and the UK as commonwealth partners and is supported by the Anti Submarine Warfare partnership between our two nations.

The programme also saw an unprecedented acceleration of the usual design, qualification and construction process of product realisation in order to synchronise with the Collins Class refit programme now underway at the ASC Osborn South dockyard near Adelaide, South Australia.

With the high degree of technical expertise within Thales, the maturity of UK sonar technology and their commitment to a detailed, high tech product development roadmap, the team were able to successfully manage the high level of risk associated with concurrent design activities.

This has been an exciting beginning to the CSCAP programme which will now continue to manufacture and deliver the remaining five boat sets over the next five years in advance of the platform schedule.

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