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BAE overhauling Australian naval guns               

WILLIAMSTOWN, Australia, Oct. 7 (UPI) -- The MK45 guns used on ships of the Royal Australian Navy are being overhauled by BAE Systems under a five-year contract.
BAE Systems, which did not disclose the value of the award, said it will be the sole source provider of gun in-service support, removal, replacement and overhaul services to the country's navy.
The contract follows the recent overhaul of a naval gun system for a navy ship.
"Our Technical Services team demonstrated its capability by overcoming the challenges the project presented, including major realignment requirements when fitting the gun and loader on HMAS Stuart," said BAE Systems Director of Maritime Bill Saltzer. 'The overhaul of the remaining guns for the ANZAC fleet will be carried out at the BAE Systems shipyard in Williamstown, Victoria and then installation of the guns will be done in conjunction with the ASMD upgrade when the ships are dry berthed at the BAE Systems shipyard in Henderson, WA.
"Accomplishing the gun overhauls concurrently with the ASMD upgrade will ensure these vital assets will not be out of service for any additional length of time.
"It also means the Navy can also be confident that when the ships resume operation they will have both the benefits of the ASMD upgrade and a fully re-conditioned gun with an extended length of service," he said.
ASMD is an acronym for anti-ship missile defense, which includes phased array radar and combat management system upgrades.

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'Evolved' Collins favoured option for next generation of submarines - Defence Minister David Johnston

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An evolved version of this Collins Class submarine is the leading option for Australia's next generation of submarines.

AN evolved Collins Class submarine is the leading option for Australia's next generation of submarines, Defence Minister David Johnston has revealed, renewing hopes that the final decision on the project will deliver jobs and investment in South Australia.
Senator Johnston said in Adelaide yesterday that he believed an evolved Collins Class was a better choice than completely redesigning and building a new submarine.
Twelve next-generation submarines will be built under the SEA 1000 project, which has an estimated cost of up to $40 billion.
"Our experience is that to go down that path is quite problematic," said Senator Johnston, who was attending a Submarine Institute of Australia conference.
"The evolved Collins is the leading option … capitalising on our evolving corporate knowledge, so we will see what the department has done and what the plan is within the next month."
SA Defence Teaming Centre chief executive officer Chris Burns saying if this option was backed it would mean jobs and investment for the state.
"The centre for excellence of knowledge and capability about Collins is here in South Australia, so it further cements that the future submarines will be made here in SA," Mr Burns said.
"And an evolution of Collins means work will be able to commence sooner rather than later in terms of design."
The new Abbott government had said it would make a decision about the Future Submarine project within 18 months of taking office, along with creating a new defence white paper.
Senator Johnston said he intended pushing forward with "not a briefing but a seminar" over the future subs next month after returning from NATO meetings, to discuss what he described as the Federal Government's "number one priority at the moment".
Previously, the former Labor government had narrowed the Future Submarine decision to two main options for the new submarines - the evolved Collins boat or an entirely new Australian-designed and built option.
Both parties have committed to the submarines being assembled in South Australia.
Senator Johnston also said yesterday that he was confident there would be no gap in capability between the ageing Collins submarines being replaced.
"These subs are so important that time is of the essence," he said.
"The plan is coming together and you will hopefully shortly see exactly what we are doing with Collins, you will see the path that we are going to choose will be a middle path for SEA 1000 (future submarines)."
He said it was "the most important capability we've got at the moment".
But he also said that of equal priority was focusing on the sustainment and remediation of the existing six Collins class subs because "the life extension program is vital to the haste with which we must pursue the new boat".
"The submarine life extension program will allow an orderly transition to the new submarine without a capability gap but that's not to say we are slowing down SEA 1000 in any shape of form it just means there's a little more time," he said.

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NUSHIP Canberra passes first harbour acceptance trial in Australia

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Defence Material Organisation (DMO) has successfully completed a vehicle load trial on NUSHIP Canberra in the first Landing Helicopter Dock (LHD) Harbour Acceptance Trial to be done in Australia.
The ship moved from its location at BAE Williamstown in Victoria, across the bay to Webb Dock to undertake the vehicle load trial which allowed for Army vehicles to be driven onto the ship and manoeuvred within the vehicle decks of the ship.
This activity involved a “cold move” meaning the ship was moved across the bay with tugs and not under her own propulsion.
The Army provided several vehicles that will be used on the LHDs including a tank, armoured personnel carrier and light vehicles.
The vehicles gained access to Canberra via the side ramps, drove around the internal heavy cargo deck, down the “beach” and through the well dock of the ship. Those vehicles which required access to the light vehicle deck utilised the internal ramp and elevator to move up decks to conduct trials there.
The trials were conducted on schedule and involved extensive planning, preparation and coordination between Defence Materiel Organisation (DMO), BAE Systems, Navy and Army.
Defence Materiel Organisation (DMO) Project Trial Director, Lieutenant Colonel West, said planning and coordination was the key to success.
“Planning for and execution on this trial event was meticulous and the successful outcome was a product of the exceptional coordination between Ship Staff, DMO, Army, BAE Systems and the platform designer Navantia,” said Lieutenant Colonel West.
“The coming months will see the conduct of critical harbour and sea trials in preparation for the delivery of the Ship to Defence,” he said.
NUSHIP Canberra’s Engineer Officer, Commander David Walter said that both the “cold move” activity and the vehicle load trial gave Canberra personnel a good learning opportunity.
“A range of Canberra personnel including personnel from the Amphibious, Executive and Engineering Departments observed both the ‘cold move’ activity and the vehicle load trial which was excellent training value in terms of becoming familiar with the platform in a real time activity.
“There was significant training value in Canberra personnel being involved in terms of gaining confidence and seeing how parts of the ship work including the operation of the ships auxiliary and electrical systems, operation of side ramp doors, movement of lines to get the ship off and alongside the wharf, and the movement of vehicles inside the ship,” said Commander Walter.
The ship will to be taken to sea later this year as scheduled for the commencement of Sea Acceptance Tests.
Commanding Officer of NUSHIP Canberra, Captain Jonathan Sadleir, said that the tempo is increasing as the project milestones move closer to the time when Navy receives Canberra into service.
“We have over 300 ship’s company who have now joined the ship and are undertaking a variety of training and preparedness activities ready to embark and operate the ship next year,” said Captain Sadleir.
“As these milestones are achieved, it certainly becomes more exciting for our personnel as we step closer to bringing this new capability into the Fleet,” he said.
Initial Materiel Readiness is when the ship is formally handed from the Project Manager (DMO) to Navy and is within schedule tolerance to occur in the first quarter of next year. From that moment on, Canberra will become responsible for the safety, security and operation of the ship.
Canberra will have a complement of 360 personnel from Navy, Army and Air Force. She will be the first of two LHDs to be introduced into service with NUSHIP Adelaide scheduled to commission in 2015.

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$8 billion destroyer project bleeding $1 million a week and facing further delays

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COST blowouts and delays in providing the navy with three new destroyers have forced the government to consider a major review of the troubled $8 billion project.
Senior government sources say new minister Senator David Johnston is deeply concerned about the cash leakage and the potential delay with the Spanish-designed warships that are already two years behind the original schedule.
The project is also bleeding money at a rate of $1 million a week.
It is understood the Federal Government is on the verge of announcing an urgent independent expert review to examine of the Adelaide-based Air Warfare Destroyer project.
The ships are being built using a modular design with blocks constructed at Forgacs in Newcastle and BAE Systems in Melbourne that are then moved to ASC in Port Adelaide for assembly at the Techport yard.
Senator Johnston was briefed on the project in Canberra last week, but the military's buying agency - the Defence Materiel Organisation - has refused to acknowledge the concerns.
In response to several questions about the state of the project, it said there was no cost blowout and the project remained on schedule.
That schedule was extended by two years by the Labor Government in September 2012 to counter delays with blocks being manufactured at Forgacs in Newcastle and BAE Systems in Melbourne.
According to well-placed sources, Forgacs is having major problems with its blocks.
This is leading to scheduling issues for the AWD Alliance (ASC, Raytheon Australia and the DMO), which is building the ships in Adelaide.
Tensions have been mounting between the alliance partners, the block builders and the Government.
"We want to be able to get the ASC up to speed to do the job better or we will need to look somewhere else," a source said.
It is understood the issues are so serious that the option of a possible fourth destroyer, to bridge the so-called "valley of death'', has been taken off the table.
ASC is the front runner to build the next generation of submarines to replace the ­Adelaide-built Collins Class boats.
DMO said the AWD project would be delivered "within current resources".
"DMO is working with AWD Alliance partners to ensure the project completes successfully,'" DMO said.
The first ship, HMAS Hobart, is supposed to be delivered in early 2016 followed by the second ship in late 2017 and the final vessel in early 2019.
All three warships should be in navy service by 2020.
ASC chief Steve Ludlam lashed out at the Spanish designer Navantia earlier this year and warned of possible fresh delays due to unpredicted design changes flowing from the firm's "build to print" design drawings.

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Australian MH-60R Nears Completion

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DUBAI — Australia’s first Lockheed Martin-Sikorsky MH-60R Seahawk multimission maritime helicopter is almost ready for delivery and is scheduled to fly its final test flight this week, according to an industry official.
The helicopter would be turned over to the US Navy and then given to the Australian Navy for more testing at Lockheed’s Owego, N.Y., modification facility on Dec. 10, George Barton, vice president of business development for Lockheed’s Ship and Aviation Systems Division, said during a Tuesday briefing at the Dubai Airshow.
A roll-out ceremony with Australian officials is scheduled for Jan. 24 in Jacksonville, Fla. The delivery will mark the first of 24 MH-60Rs for Australia.
“All of their aircraft are somewhere between a few weeks to two months ahead of schedule,” Barton said.
International interest in the MH-60R remains high, Barton said, noting countries are interested in foreign military sales and direct commercial sales.

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Defence signs $46m FFG support deal

Defence has signed a multimillion dollar deal with defence company Thales for ongoing upkeep of the navy's four Adelaide-class guided missile frigates (FFG).
Defence Materiel Organisation chief executive officer Warren King on Friday said the $46 million deal provided support to the FFG combat systems.
It also provides increased job security to the 48 Thales staff who have been engaged under an interim support agreement.
"This contract will ensure the FFG class combat system, which is among the most capable in the world, is effectively sustained until the RAN transitions to the new air warfare destroyers," he said in a statement.
Mr King said the FFG combat system was developed by Thales as part of the FFG upgrade project which concluded in 2011.

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TURIN, Alenia Aermacchi vient de terminer l'assemblage du premier avion de transport C-27J «Spartan» destiné à la Royal Australian Air Force (RAAF). Le fuselage a reçu ses ailes, le train d’atterrissage. L'avion reçoit actuellement ses équipements de tests fonctionnels pour la phase d'essais en vol.

L’Australie a commandé au mois de mai 2012, 10 appareils de type C-27J «Spartan»,  à travers le programme «Foreign Aircraft Sales militaire Joint Cargo» mis en place par les Etats-Unis. Le coût total est de 1,4 milliards de dollars.

Le premier C-27J arrivera en Australie au début de l’année 2015 et sera utilisé pour le transport aérien tactique pour remplacer les actuels DHC-4 «Caribou», retirés du service actif en 2009 et les C-130H qui ont débuté leur retrait. Le C-27J «Spartan» a été choisi au détriment du C-295 d’Airbus Military. La capacité opérationnelle initiale devrait être annoncée en 2016. L’ensemble de la flotte sera déployée à partir de la base aérienne de Richmond.

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Le C-27J «Spartan» est un aéronef à voilure fixe de transport tactique léger polyvalent pour diverses missions. Particulièrement maniable et polyvalent, le robuste C-27J offre un rapport poids puissance le plus élevé de sa catégorie avec la capacité d'effectuer des manœuvres sous un facteur de charge de l’ordre de 3G, permettant des virages serrés et une montée rapide, ainsi que la descente.

Il offre la capacité unique de faire varier la hauteur plancher, afin d’ajuster en permanence celui-ci pour faciliter le chargement et le déchargement de grands volumes, ainsi que les charges utiles à haute densité sans équipement de soutien au sol et en facilitant le «drive-in/out» de véhicules, afin qu'ils puissent être utilisés immédiatement.

Le C-27J offre un niveau élevé de sécurité et un taux imbattable de disponibilité particulièrement haut.  Le C-27J décolle sur environ 1900 pieds sur une surface non goudronnée. Dans un environnement tactique, l'avion est capable de monter à 10.000 pieds en 3 minutes, en descendant à partir de 10.000 pieds en moins de 2,5 minutes. Avec une masse à l'atterrissage maximale, le C-27J à une course au sol de moins de 1115 pi.

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Australia Collins Class Submarines to be Updated

Defence Minister Senator David Johnston announced the Defence Materiel Organisation has signed a multi-million dollar contract with ASC Pty Ltd to update the control management and monitoring system for the Royal Australian Navy’s Collins Class submarines.


Senator Johnston said the Integrated Ship Control Management and Monitoring System is a highly automated computerised system, which enables the crew of a Collins submarine to control, monitor and manage the large number of diverse and complex systems on board the submarines.


“Work under the $57 million contract will focus on updating electronic components and porting the software to operate on the new system,” Senator Johnston said.


“The current Ship Control Management and Monitoring System has performed effectively and reliably since the Collins class entered service in the 1990s.”


“However, it is essential to upgrade the current system to ensure the system can be maintained for the remaining service life of the Collins Class fleet.”


ASC is the Collins Class Submarine Platform System Integrator and they will be supported on the project by Saab Systems in South Australia.


The contract also covers design, development and manufacture of the hardware for two boats: the updating of the shore-based test facility and platform simulation trainer, and the installation of the updated system in the first boat.


Senator Johnston said the majority of the work will be performed in Outer Harbour and Mawson Lakes in South Australia.

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LINKÖPING, Sweden--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Defence and security company Saab has signed a contract with ASC Pty Ltd (Australian Submarine Corporation) to update and modernise the Integrated Ship Control Management and Monitoring System (ISCMMS) on the Royal Australian Navy’s Collins Class Submarines. The contract has a total value SEK 180 million.

The ISCMMS system provides the submarine manoeuvring control and integrated platform systems management. Originally developed by Saab it has proven to be a very reliable system of the Australian Collins Class Submarine. The modernisation program involves updating electronic components and systems to alleviate upcoming obsolescence issues and porting the ISCMMS software to ensure the ISCMMS continues operating dependably into the future. “ISCMMS has been a very successful part of the Collins Class Submarine and is critical to its on-going operations.
With this contract, ASC and the Australian Navy continue to show faith in Saab’s high-tech solutions,” says Gunilla Fransson, head of Saab’s business area Security and Defence Solutions. Steve Ludlam, ASC Managing Director and Chief Executive Officer, said ASC was extremely pleased to have Saab on board for this important project. The contract will run between 2013 and 2016 and will involve the Security and Defence Solutions operations in Adelaide, Australia. Saab serves the global market with world-leading products, services and solutions ranging from military defence to civil security. Saab has operations and employees on all continents and constantly develops, adopts and improves new technology to meet customers’ changing needs.

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 Les organes sécuritaires font état de la saisie dans le sud-est du Queensland, en Australie, de plus de 300 armes à feu et de 4 tonnes de munitions.

 C'est la plus grosse saisie d'armes en Australie. Il s'agit notamment de 328 armes à feu, dont des fusils automatiques et semi-automatiques et des pistolets. Trois habitants locaux de 42, 46 et 69 ans ont été inculpés.

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Minister for Defence – ANZAC Class frigate communications upgrade


Defence Minister Senator David Johnston today announced that Defence has awarded two multi-million dollar contracts to Selex ES Ltd for the acquisition and support of modernised communication systems for the Royal Australian Navy’s eight ANZAC Class frigates.
Senator Johnston said the modernisation of the communications capability on board the ANZAC frigates will be a significant boost for the Navy, ensuring the ANZAC frigates will achieve and maintain information superiority in the maritime environment.
“The SEA1442 Phase 4 Acquisition Contract, valued at nearly $188 million, will deliver a significant improvement to the communications capability through an integrated system, including new radio and switching systems, secure voice and tactical communications system, and a communications management system,” Senator Johnston said.
“This new system will allow high speed networking of ships within a task group as well as more efficient and effective communications from ship to shore, and is a design that is used by the United States, Canadian and the Royal Navies.”
Senator Johnston said the contract will provide job opportunities in Melbourne for engineers, project managers, logisticians and other specialists in military communications and in-service support.
“A separate five-year in-service support contract, valued at nearly $18 million, will provide logistics, supply, training, engineering, and maintenance support services for the sustainment of the delivered capability.”
Selex ES Ltd, a United Kingdom based company, with significant experience in delivering maritime communications capability will establish Selex ES (Aust) in Melbourne to deliver this project and provide ongoing support following delivery.
Further opportunities for Australian industry will occur through a number of sub-contracts to small-to-medium enterprises in the fields of systems integration and engineering, project management, integrated logistics, ship installation and in-service support.
Senator Johnston said Selex was selected through an open tender process for this significant ANZAC upgrade program with the first upgraded ship planned to enter service in 2018.

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Australian Defence Minister Senator David Johnston today announced that Defence has awarded two multi-million dollar contracts to Selex ES Ltd for the acquisition and support of modernised communication systems for the Royal Australian Navy’s eight ANZAC Class frigates.

Senator Johnston said the modernisation of the communications capability on board the ANZAC frigates will be a significant boost for the Navy, ensuring the ANZAC frigates will achieve and maintain information superiority in the maritime environment.

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La coque du futur Adelaide va quitter l’Espagne pour rejoindre l’Australie

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La coque du futur HMAS Adelaide, second porte-hélicoptères d’assaut (LHD) commandé par la marine australienne à Navantia,  va quitter l’Espagne. Lancée en juillet 2012 au chantier de Ferrol, elle a été remorquée lundi vers Vigo, où elle sera embarquée sur le navire semi-submersible Blue Marlin. Cet imposant bateau de 224 mètres de long pour 63 mètres de large, appartenant à l’armement Dockwise, avait déjà convoyé l’an dernier la coque du premier LHD australien, le HMAS Canberra. Celui-ci était arrivé le 16 octobre 2012 au chantier australien de Williamstown, après un périple de 9 semaines et 12.000 milles depuis le port espagnol de La Corogne.   
Concernant la coque du HMAS Adelaide, elle doit embarquée sur le Blue Marlin la semaine prochaine. Comme pour le HMAS Canberra, qui doit être livré à la marine australienne en mars prochain, le bâtiment sera achevé à Williamstown par BAE Systems, sa mise en service devant intervenir en 2016.
 
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Dérivés du bâtiment de projection stratégique (BPE) Juan Carlos I, de la marine espagnole, les HMA Canberra et HMAS Adelaide mesureront 230 mètres de long pour 27.5 mètres de large. Ces bâtiments, qui présenteront un déplacement de 27.500 tonnes en charge, pourront embarquer 12 hélicoptères lourds, 1100 hommes de troupe, 100 véhicules blindés et quatre chalands de débarquement. Ils disposeront, en outre, d’un hôpital embarqué de 40 lits.

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Navy accepts first two new Seahawks

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The Australian navy now has two Seahawk helicopters, the first of 24 that will give it an advanced capability to hunt submarines.

The navy has accepted the first two of its new Seahawk "Romeo" helicopters, restoring a capability for anti-submarine operations which lapsed almost two decades ago.

The navy will also gain the ability to fire missiles at enemy warships.

In a ceremony in the United States, defence company Lockheed Martin handed over the two advanced helicopters to Australian officials.

Rear Admiral Tony Dalton, head of the Australian Defence Materiel Organisation helicopter systems division, said the MH-60R "Romeo" was an evolutionary step forward.

"The Romeo builds on the known and trusted Seahawk air vehicle, incorporating state-of-the-art sensors in an open architecture, integrated mission system. The Romeo is a potent maritime combat helicopter," he said in a statement.

Under a $3 billion deal, the navy will acquire 24 of the MH-60R (Romeo) versions of the Seahawk helicopter to replace older Seahawk helicopters and the cancelled Seasprites.

The 24 aircraft will allow the navy to operate eight from the Anzac frigates and new Hobart-class air warfare destroyers with the rest based at HMAS Albatross in Nowra.

Romeos come equipped with a dunking sonar - a sonar lowered from a hovering helicopter into the ocean - allowing submarine hunting missions at considerable distance from warships. The navy hasn't had this capability since the mid-1990s.

Romeos can also attack enemy ships with Hellfire missiles. The navy has never had such a capability.

These aircraft are manufactured by helicopter company Sikorsky with radar, sonar and other missions systems installed by Lockheed Martin at its facility at Owego, New York state.

The US navy operates more than 160 Romeos.
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19 Dec 2013

The hull of the second Landing Helicopter Dock (LHD), one of the two largest ships ever to be built for the Royal Australian Navy, has left Spain bound for Australia.

It was loaded onto the heavy lift vessel, the Blue Marlin, on 10 December and left Spain December 17.

Director of Maritime for BAE Systems Australia, Bill Saltzer, said the hull, constructed by Spanish shipbuilder Navantia, would take approximately two months to reach the company’s Williamstown shipyard where work would start on the consolidation of the superstructure.

“In the last few months, work has proceeded at a rapid pace in preparation for the hull’s arrival,” he said.

“Construction, consolidation and advance outfitting of the four sections of the superstructure is continuing in the Williamstown yard along with the mast modules which were fabricated at our Henderson shipyard in Western Australia.”

Saltzer said work was also continuing on the first LHD, Nuship Canberra.

“We successfully completed Vehicle Trials in October and we are continuing with preparation for sea trials that are due to begin in the first quarter of 2014,” he said.

“The high quality output from our Williamstown and Henderson shipyards reflects the significant effort and investment BAE Systems has made in its people, facilities and processes to ensure solid performance.

“Shipbuilding is about more than having highly skilled tradespeople capable of constructing large steel structures. You need a workforce that is experienced in engineering, consolidating, integrating and testing complex systems and bringing them all together from a ‘whole ship’ perspective.

“These complex activities are what brings these warships to life and makes them capable of performing their missions. We are doing this right now in Williamstown on this program and in our Henderson shipyard on the ANZAC frigates.” Saltzer said the progress achieved on the LHD project to date had been the result of a both a local and global team effort.

“Across Victoria and WA, and in Spain and Australia, employees from BAE Systems and our shipbuilding partner Navantia have worked together extremely well.

“We’ve also seen terrific cooperation from the Defence Materiel Organisation and the Royal Australian Navy, and our major subcontractors, Saab Australia for the combat system and L3 for the communications system,” he said.
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Alenia Aermacchi has begun flight-testing its first C-27J tactical transports for Australia and Chad, and also finalised a contract with new Spartan customer Peru.

The Finmeccanica company on 19 December announced that the Royal Australian Air Force’s first of 10 C-27Js had performed a debut flight from its Caselle airport site in Turin, Italy.

Sporting air force colours and the service registration A34-001, Canberra’s lead aircraft is part of a project Air 8000 Phase 2 effort to replace Australia’s retired de Havilland Canada DHC-4 Caribou light airlifters.

“The aircraft is currently undergoing final checks, in preparation for customer acceptance tests and procedures before its delivery to prime contractor L-3 Communications,” Alenia says. The US company will make modifications to the aircraft from 2014 under the terms of a Foreign Military Sales deal signed in 2012. All 10 Australian aircraft are due to be delivered before the end of 2015.

Meanwhile, the first of two C-27Js on order for Chad has also been photographed during flight tests performed from the Caselle site. With a desert camouflage scheme, the aircraft carries the registration 1401.

The planned acquisition of two Spartans for the Peruvian air force has also now been finalised, Alenia says, with the order worth in the region of €100 million ($137 million).

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Raytheon awarded contract for Airborne Low Frequency Sonar spares for the Royal Australian Navy

Raytheon Company has been awarded a $42,589,944 firm-fixed-price contract for the manufacture and delivery of AN/AQS-22 Airborne Low Frequency Sonar spares for the Royal Australian Navy.

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Raytheon Company has been awarded a $42,589,944 firm-fixed-price contract for the manufacture and delivery of AN/AQS-22 Airborne Low Frequency Sonar spares for the Royal Australian Navy.
The ALFS integrated dipping sonar system enables the MH-60R to accomplish assigned undersea warfare missions. (Photo credit: Lockheed Martin)

This contract is a sole source acquisition. Location of performance is Rhode Island with a February 2017 performance completion date. Type of appropriation is fiscal 2014 foreign military sales funds. The contracting activity is the Defense Logistics Agency Aviation, Philadelphia, Pa.
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Canberra’s Typhoons ready to fire

Another exciting project milestone for NUSHIP Canberra has been achieved with the installation of four Typhoon stabilised weapons systems onboard.
 
For weapon enthusiasts, this advanced weapons system includes a 25 mm M242 Bushmaster chain gun and a coaxially mounted M240 7.62mm machine gun. For those not so conversant with weapons systems, the Typhoon is a large gun with a rapid rate of fire.
 
Canberra’s Gunnery Officer, Lieutenant Adam Simeoni, helped to explain the size and scale of the weapon.
 
“The typhoon is smaller than the main gun you see on a Guided Missile Frigate, but it has a much higher rate of fire. While higher rates of fire are usually associated with small ‘person-operated’ automatic machine guns, the Typhoon has a much larger round,” said Lieutenant Simeoni.
 
“Basically, this means the Typhoon has a high rate of fire and decent sized rounds. This combination provides Canberra with a very effective and potent force protection weapons system, specifically suited to the requirements of the LHD platform,’ he said.
 
The Typhoon has a rate of fire of up to 180 rounds a minute and can be operated from the Operations Room via the Combat Management System (SAAB 9LV Mk4) or from the independent remote operating consoles, also located in the Operations Room.
 
The weapons have also been mounted in such a way to cover a 360 degree arc of fire around the platform. Two are mounted forward with one located on the starboard gun deck and the other on the port gun sponson. The aft mounts are located on either side of the quarterdeck, just behind and below the flight deck.
 
“When operated through the Combat Management System, the Typhoon provides an increased level of functionality that boosts its effectiveness as an all-round force protection defence system featuring capabilities not before seen in the RAN,” said Lieutenant Simeoni.
 
The Typhoon will be operated by both Boatswains Mates and Combat System Operators, depending on the mode of operation. A team of three Electronic Technician (Weapons) personnel will maintain the guns.
 
“The operators and maintainers have all completed the courses on how to maintain and operate the weapons system and are raring to go,” said Lieutenant Simeoni.
 
“We are all looking forward to testing and operating the system during First of Class Trials at sea next year” he said.

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Boeing Defence Australia and partner Thales Australia have been selected as preferred tenderer to provide a new helicopter training system to meet the future rotary-wing training needs of the Australian Defence Force (ADF), well-informed sources disclosed to IHS Jane's on 7 January.

Official confirmation was not immediately available, but the sources said the three shortlisted tenderers for Air 9000 Phase 7 - Australian Aerospace, Boeing Defence Australia and Raytheon Australia - were advised of the government's decision on 6 January.

Army and Royal Australian Navy (RAN) students will be trained from 2017 in Nowra, New South Wales, under the framework of the Helicopter Aircrew Training System (HATS) programme, which is valued at up to AUD1 billion (USD900 million).  


http://www.janes.com/article/32109/boeing-thales-australia-chosen-for-aud1-billion-adf-helicopter-training-contract  
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The MU90 lightweight torpedo acclaimed by the Royal Australian Navy

On 14 August 2013, the Royal Australian Navy (RAN) successfully conducted the world’s first firing of a “war shot” MU90 Lightweight Torpedo. The MU90 torpedo is developed by the European Economic Interest Group EUROTORP (formed by DCNS, Thales and WASS). ANZAC Class Frigate HMAS Stuart fired the torpedo which detected, classified and then engaged the submerged target, representing a small displacement submarine.

On 14 August 2013, the Royal Australian Navy (RAN) successfully conducted the world’s first firing of a “war shot” MU90 Lightweight Torpedo. The MU90 torpedo is developed by the European Economic Interest Group EUROTORP (formed by DCNS, Thales and WASS). ANZAC Class Frigate HMAS Stuart fired the torpedo which detected, classified and then engaged the submerged target, representing a small displacement submarine.
The Royal Australian Navy has successfully conducted the world’s first firing of a “war shot” MU90 Lightweight Torpedo

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Ultimate step in a broad and long evaluation process
This live test marks the end of an intensive evaluation campaign that took place over several years. Many firing tests were carried out to check the torpedo in various complex situations: in tropical waters, very shallow waters (<40m), long distance (stand off distance) and against typical submarines counter measure systems.

With a success rate of over 90% during the test campaign, the MU90 has demonstrated its ability to fulfill its missions whatever the environment and scenario. This success has validated its acceptance into operational service with the RAN.

The MU90 EUROTORP in "pole position"
These results open the way to new opportunities for the MU90 torpedo which could also also be fitted onboard RAN maritime patrol aircraft and helicopters. According the the RAN: "The MU90 torpedo significantly improves the anti-submarine warfare performance of all surface warships in the fleet. This weapon provides the RAN with a stand off submarine engagement capability, unparalleled among all other lightweight torpedoes."

Two more navies just acquired the MU90 in 2013, which brings the number of MU90 users to eight navies worldwide.
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