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MessageSujet: Re: Malaysian Armed Forces (MAF)   Mar 26 Juil - 9:29

Merci pour cette carte très instructive

Comme tu l'as bien souligné, l'Australie regarde et profite Twisted Evil

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MessageSujet: Re: Malaysian Armed Forces (MAF)    Mer 27 Juil - 15:56

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Malaysia Keen On Purchasing Typhoons But Concerned About Hefty Price Tag



(NSI News Source Info) TORONTO, Canada - July 27, 2011: Malaysia's Defence Ministry is looking into purchasing Typhoon fighter jets, reports the New Straits Times.

The ministry had set up an evaluation team to consider buying the multi-role combat aircraft from the Eurofighter company, although Defence Minister Dr Ahmad Zahid Hamidi has admitted that its development and production cost (it has an estimated price tag of RM600 million or S$243.5 million) is prohibitive.

"The aircraft is the best multi-role aircraft there is. However, the hefty price tag is something of a concern, since the government is also focusing its allocations on other (defence) development programmes," said Dr Ahmad Zahid.

Among the alternatives are Sweden's JAS-39 Gripen and further acquisitions of the Russian Su-30 MKM, he said.

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MessageSujet: Re: Malaysian Armed Forces (MAF)   Ven 29 Juil - 8:43

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Navy successfully test-fires missiles




PETALING JAYA: The Royal Malaysian Navy successfully test-fired its missiles during a week-long military exercise conducted off Sabah waters.

Two missiles, an Exocet MM40 and a Sea Skua, were fired by navy vessel KD Lekir and a Super Lynx helicopter respectively on Sunday.

Both missiles managed to destroy a surface target barge in the sea training exercise, which was conducted by six ships, two submarines and four helicopters.

The exercise was witnessed by Selangor Sultan Sharafuddin Idris Shah, who is also the navy’s Captain-in-Chief, and deputy navy chief [url=http://archives.thestar.com.my/search/?q=Datuk Mohammed Noordin Ali]Datuk Mohammed Noordin Ali[/url].

The missile-firing were carried out to test the capability of the weapons and the readiness of the navy’s operations
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MessageSujet: Re: Malaysian Armed Forces (MAF)   Jeu 4 Aoû - 13:00

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Malaysian MoD Receives Additional Allocation for Scorpene Submarines




The Malaysian Defence Ministry (Mindef) has received RM493.3m ($167m) as additional allocation to maintain two of its Scorpene Class submarines, Defence Minister Datuk Seri Dr Ahmad Zahid Hamidi has said.

The additional amount raises the total defence budget to RM11bn ($3.7bn) this year, Hamidi added.

"In the original budget, there was no allocation to maintain two of our Scorpene submarines, nor for administrative purposes," he said.

The two diesel-electric Scorpene submarines, KD Tunku Abdul Rahman and KD Tun Abdul Razak, were purchased from French defence company DCNS in 2002, according to the Malaysian Star.


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MessageSujet: Re: Malaysian Armed Forces (MAF)   Mar 6 Sep - 11:53

Malysia serait un Hub régional pour BAE ... ce qui pourrait renforcer la balance du Typhoon dans le choix du futur nouveau chasseur multimission de la RMAF... dont l'annonce est prévue lors du futur LIMA en décembre.

La RMAF compte aussi se doter d'un AEW&C ... le choix pourrait se faire entre le SAAB2000, le Hawkeye2000 ou l'EMB145 brésilien



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MessageSujet: Re: Malaysian Armed Forces (MAF)   Sam 17 Sep - 11:10

Alors ca c'est très intéressant study


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MessageSujet: Re: Malaysian Armed Forces (MAF)   Dim 25 Sep - 13:31

KD Lekir ( F26 ), USS Ford ( FFG 54 ) et Feu KD Sri Inderapura ( L1505 ) durant CARAT Malaysia 2008

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MessageSujet: Re: Malaysian Armed Forces (MAF)   Lun 26 Sep - 19:24

Trasnfert de l'Agosta Ouessant à La Malaisie ou il va être tranfromé en musée ... l'Ouessant a servi pour former les premiers equipages des 2 Scorpène, dont on voit une dans la photo

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MessageSujet: Re: Malaysian Armed Forces (MAF)   Sam 1 Oct - 1:48

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Malaysian Ship KD JEBAT and HMAS MARYBOROUGH conducting Officer Of the Watch Manoeuvres (OOWM) during Exercise MASTEX 08

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MessageSujet: Re: Malaysian Armed Forces (MAF)   Mar 4 Oct - 14:29

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DCNS serait favori pour vendre des corvettes à la Malaisie


Le groupe français espère exporter ses navires de la famille "Gowind", destinés à la surveillance maritime.


Le groupe français de construction navale militaire DCNS est favori pour fournir des corvettes à la Malaisie, dans le cadre d'un appel d'offres portant sur 24 exemplaires, a affirmé mardi le quotidien économique Les Échos. "Nous avons reçu une lettre d'intention il y a un mois environ, et nous sommes depuis en discussions avancées", a déclaré au journal un proche du groupe public.

Les autorités malaisiennes, qui demandent assemblage local et transfert de technologie, n'ont pas retenu en revanche les allemand TKMS et néerlandais Damen, également candidats à cet appel d'offres, précisent Les Échos. L'affaire pourrait être conclue d'ici à la fin de l'année, ajoutent-ils.

Le bâtiment de la DCNS appartient à la famille "Gowind", destiné à des missions de "surveillance de zone, lutte contre la piraterie et le terrorisme, police des pêches, lutte contre les trafics de drogue, préservation de l'environnement, aide humanitaire, recherche et sauvetage en mer, sécurité maritime", indique la DCNS sur son site internet. Ces corvettes sont notamment capables de déployer un hélicoptère ou un drone.
http://www.lepoint.fr/economie/dcns-serait-favori-pour-vendre-des-corvettes-a-la-malaisie-04-10-2011-1380495_28.php

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MessageSujet: Re: Malaysian Armed Forces (MAF)   Mer 5 Oct - 15:51

D’après cet article c’est confirmé

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Malaysia orders French Offshore Patrol Vessels


French naval shipbuilder DCNS and Malaysian Boustead Naval Shipyard Sdn Bhd (BNS), announced that they have received a contract to build patrol vessels worth RM10 billion, according to a former law minister.






DCNS Gowind "Combat" class model shown during Navdex 2011






DCNS will build these patrol vessels in Perak. Unsurprisingly, BNS has no idea how to build these patrol vessels, nor does it know what electronic and fighting equipment these vessels should be equipped with. DCNS will decide and dictate everything, including the price of about RM10 billion (approx 3.3 billion USD). Usually, it will announce a lower figure but these costs often escalate, depending on various additional requirements.

Boustead Naval Shipyard is a one-stop centre for defense and maritime needs. Covering an area of 46 hectares, it was originally known as the Royal Malaysia Navy Dockyard became fully operational in 1984. The Company was corporatized in 1991 and subsequently privatized in 1995 as PSC Naval Dockyard Sdn Bhd.

With more than 350 years of industrial heritage in naval defense, DCNS boasts a tradition of innovation at the service of naval forces: French initially – because, since the moment of its creation, DCNS has been serving the French navy – and international today, because the Group now also offers to share its expertise with the world’s other navies. Today, other naval forces can now enjoy all the wealth of the “naval partnership” so dear to DCNS.


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MessageSujet: Re: Malaysian Armed Forces (MAF)   Dim 16 Oct - 23:18

KD Perak ( 173 ) et KD Terengganu ( 174 ) à la base navale de Kuantan en Avril 2011. Ces 2 unités font partie de la classe des OPV Kedah, type Meko-100 RMN ( Royal Malaysian Navy ). Le projet portait initiallement sur la construction d'une trentaine d'unités, le nombre est réduit à 12 après à cause des problèmes de financement. 6 OPV ont été commandés, les 2 premières unités ont été construites en Allemagne, armées en Malaysie et ASA en 2006, les 4 autres construites localement et ASA entre 2008 et 2010. Les 6 autres OPV vont être légerement différentes des premiers, qui font 91m de long et un déplacement de 1600Tpc, elles sont des vrais corvettes non armées, avec un bon CMS et des moyens de com avancés ainsi que des différentes moyens de guerre électronique. Des emplacement ont été réservé pour embarquer à terme, 4 missiles MM40 BkII, un système RAM et 4TLT pour A224. Ces OPV disposent aussi d'une plateforme et un Hangar accueillant des SL Mk300


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MessageSujet: Re: Malaysian Armed Forces (MAF)   Sam 29 Oct - 11:25

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RMAF to replace Aviation Ground Support Vehicles

Malaysia’s Defense Minister Datuk Seri Dr Ahmad Zahid Hamidi has promised to replace the Royal Malaysian Air Force’s aged and faulty fleet of Aviation Ground Support Vehicles (AGSV) next year
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MessageSujet: Re: Malaysian Armed Forces (MAF)   Mar 8 Nov - 23:11

Malaysia – AIM-9X-2 SIDEWINDER Missile

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WASHINGTON, Nov. 8, 2011 – The Defense Security Cooperation Agency notified Congress today of a
possible Foreign Military Sale to the Government of Malaysia for 20 AIM-9X-2 SIDEWINDER Block II AllUp-Round Missiles and associated equipment, parts, training and logistical support for an estimated cost of $52 million.

The Government of Malaysia has requested a possible sale of 20 AIM-9X-2 SIDEWINDER Block II AllUp-Round Missiles, 8 CATM-9X-2 Captive Air Training Missiles, 4 CATM-9X-2 Block II Missile Guidance Units, 2 AIM-9X-2 Block II Tactical Guidance Units, 2 Dummy Air Training Missiles, containers,missile support and test equipment, provisioning, spare and repair parts, personnel training and training equipment, publications and technical data, U.S. Government and contractor technical assistance and other related logistics support. The estimated cost is $52 million.

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MessageSujet: Re: Malaysian Armed Forces (MAF)   Mer 9 Nov - 7:44

presque le meme achat que le notre,plus 2M

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MessageSujet: Re: Malaysian Armed Forces (MAF)   Mar 15 Nov - 11:21

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Malaysia plans to buy 18 Russian fighter jets


The Malaysian defense ministry plans to buy 18 Russian Su-30MKM fighters fit to carry Russian-Indian BrahMos supersonic cruise missiles, the Izvestia daily said on Tuesday.

The paper said, citing military sources, that Malaysian Defense Minister Ahmad Zahid Hamidi plans on Tuesday to visit the Irkut aviation plant, producing Su-30MKI fighters for India. According to Izvestia, one such aircraft would cost Malaysia about $50 million, future maintenance included.

During the visit, the minister "may sign a contract to buy 18 Su-30MKM multirole fighters," the paper said.

The defense minister also plans to discuss installing new missiles, including BrahMos, on the 18 Su-30MKM fighters that Malaysia received in August 2009 under the $900-million contract signed in 2003.

Malaysia's mixed fighter fleet also includes Russian MiG-29N Fulcrum and the U.S.-made F/A-18D Hornet and F-5 Tiger in service.


Su-30MKI (Flanker-H) multirole fighter





The Su-30MKM is a multi-role Flanker version based on the Su-30MKI model and features a customized avionics package built to Malaysian specifications. Su-family fighters constitute the bulk of Russia's arms exports.

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MessageSujet: Re: Malaysian Armed Forces (MAF)   Ven 25 Nov - 10:54

Butterworth le 18-10-11

un AS555 Fennec de la MRM



14-10-11

Un Super Lynx


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MessageSujet: Re: Malaysian Armed Forces (MAF)   Ven 25 Nov - 11:00

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Lockheed Martin UK offers Vigilance AEW system to Malaysia


Malaysia's long-held requirement to field an airborne early warning (AEW) capability will see Lockheed Martin UK Integrated Systems formally launch a product in the country in December.

Dubbed "Vigilance", the system combines mission equipment developed for the UK Royal Navy's AgustaWestland AW101 Merlin HM2 multi-role helicopter upgrade with active electronically scanned array (AESA) radar technology provided by Northrop Grumman.


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The pod-housed system has already undergone a trial fit on an AW101 Merlin helicopter


The latter draws on the company's APG-80 radar developed for the Lockheed F-16 Block 60 fighter and the APG-81 scaleable agile beam radar, being offered as an upgrade option for earlier versions of the type.

"We bring the same performance as a fighter radar, although it will be an APY- [AEW sensor] in function" said George Riley, Northrop's manager for surveillance systems business development.

Vigilance sensors will be mounted in self-contained pods and be capable of supporting tasks such as AEW, fighter control, and maritime and border surveillance, said Neil Morphett, system solutions engineering group manager for Lockheed Martin UK.

"We are aiming to be as minimally disruptive to the aircraft as possible. We just need power on the aircraft and a hard point for mounting the sensor," he added.

Each pod will contain its own cooling system and other equipment, while a system interface panel will allow for the rapid integration of additional sensors, such as an electro-optical/infrared camera. Pod installation should take less than 4h, Morphett said.

Carrying one pod mounted on either side of its fuselage, a medium utility helicopter such as the Mil Mi-17 would be able to provide 360° radar coverage, with each AESA sensor's field of regard being expanded by the use of using a mechanical positioner.

Other potential host platforms could include the Airbus Military CN-235 and Lockheed C-130 transports, with these to be equipped with roll-on, roll-off mission stations for up to four operators. Rotorcraft are likely to be equipped with one operator station, and the ability to downlink data to analysts or commanders on the ground.

One radar has recently undergone vibration testing at Northrop's Baltimore site in Maryland, with this to undergo three months of industry-funded flight trials in the UK from the first quarter of 2012, using a prototype pod installed on a "medium-size" helicopter.

The first production-standard system is now in manufacture, and customer deliveries could commence within two years, said Younus Mustafa, Lockheed's capture manager for the Vigilance product. The company will launch the Vigilance product at a Tangent Link conference in Malaysia in late November, before promoting the system at the Langkawi International Maritime and Aerospace exhibition.


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MessageSujet: Re: Malaysian Armed Forces (MAF)   Ven 25 Nov - 11:07

KD Lekiu ( F30 ) et KD Selangor ( F176 ) durant avec un passex avec USS Mobile Bay ( CG53 ) et USS John C. Stennis ( CVN74 ) en septembre

Les Lekius sont de très bons rafiots Cool



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MessageSujet: Re: Malaysian Armed Forces (MAF)   Ven 25 Nov - 13:25

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Lockheed Martin UK offers Vigilance AEW system to Malaysia

Carrying one pod mounted on either side of its fuselage, a medium utility helicopter such as the Mil Mi-17 would be able to provide 360° radar coverage, with each AESA sensor's field of regard being expanded by the use of using a mechanical positioner.

Other potential host platforms could include the Airbus Military CN-235 and Lockheed C-130 transports, with these to be equipped with roll-on, roll-off mission stations for up to four operators. Rotorcraft are likely to be equipped with one operator station, and the ability to downlink data to analysts or commanders on the ground.


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ca serait un tres bon upgrade pour nos SLAR pour les rendre AEW,avec AESA en plus

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MessageSujet: Re: Malaysian Armed Forces (MAF)   Sam 26 Nov - 11:25

L"armée développe ses compétences dans le combat urbain


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MessageSujet: Re: Malaysian Armed Forces (MAF)   Ven 2 Déc - 9:31

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Air force set to seal deals for radars, sensors




THE Royal Malaysian Air Force (RMAF) is expected to seal several contracts at this year's Langkawi International Maritime and Aerospace exhibition (Lima 2011).

Air force chief General Tan Sri Rodzali Daud said among the contracts lined up were for the acquisition of radars, sensors and communication equipment, which would beef up the country's air defence.

"Several letters of offer and acceptance will be inked during the exhibition. However, owing to budget constraints, the government is unable to approve the procurement of larger assets for the air force for the time being.

"This includes the purchase of new-generation aircraft and defence equipment."

Rodzali's comments indicated that the proposed acquisition of multi-role combat aircraft (MRCA) might not take place during the current 10th Malaysia Plan (2010-2015).

It is learnt that the RMAF was evaluating five new-generation jet fighters under its ambitious MRCA programme, worth billions of ringgit, to strengthen its defence capability in protecting the country's maritime assets within the exclusive economic zone, including oil and gas assets like those in the Spratly Islands and the Ambalat oil block off Borneo.

Among the jets considered were France's Dassault Aviation Rafale, the United States' Boeing F/A-18E/F Super Hornet, Europe's Eurofighter Typhoon, Swedish JAS-39 Gripen and Russian Sukhoi Su-35 Flanker-E.

The MRCA programme is to replace 16 Russian MiG-29N Fulcrums purchased in 1995 which are due for replacement by 2015.

"But things could change in the future should funds become available," said Rodzali.

Plans to take delivery of 12 Eurocopter EC725 and four Airbus A400M in 2013 and 2015, respectively, were on schedule, he said.

"The A400M has successfully undergone tests, while the EC725 is expected to be fully assembled by July next year to undergo tests before delivery to us in early 2013."

On the fate of the aging Sikorsky S-61 Nuri fleet, he said the RMAF had proposed for 15 new helicopters as replacements.

"Ideally, we need 27 new helicopters for proper and smooth operations. Should new helicopters not be purchased, then our option is to refurbish the Nuris to complement the EC725 fleet."

Rodzali added that the RMAF preferred to acquire new helicopters instead of refurbishing the Nuri as it would not only incur a huge cost, but also more frequent maintenance.

On Lima 2011, Rodzali said it was an ideal platform to promote the local defence industry while providing exposure for servicemen.

In Kuala Kedah, state police chief Datuk Ahmad Ibrahim said 600 extra policemen would be stationed at various locations in Langkawi during the exhibition. This included the ferry terminal here, the Kuah terminal on the island, the Mahsuri International Exhibition Centre and Tanjung Malai, where the maritime display would be held.

Ahmad said with 60,000 people expected to attend the five-day event beginning on Tuesday, police would not take things lightly.

He said policemen would also assist visitors in any way possible.

"We have distributed a 17-minute DVD to ferry operators to show to tourists coming to Langkawi. This will remind them to be careful and alert during their stay."
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MessageSujet: Re: Malaysian Armed Forces (MAF)   Mar 6 Déc - 9:47

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MMEA has Taken Delivery of Four Fast Interceptor Boats

With 2 x 895 kW MTU 8V2000 M93 diesels engine can boost the boat for 60+ knots (up to 70 knots available depending on engine and configuration selection), the boat endurance : 2 days without replenishment, and max range 300+ nautical miles (all photos : Defencetalk, Militaryphotos)

LANGKAWI: The Malaysian Maritime Enforcement Agency (MMEA) has so far taken delivery of four of the 10 ONUK MRTP16 fast interceptor craft constructed by BYO Marine Sdn Bhd under contract.


The official handing over and launch of the vessels, named PENGGALANG 10, 11, 12 and 13, yesterday was witnessed by Deputy Prime Minister Tan Sri Muhyiddin Yassin at the BYO Marine dockyard here.



The Malaysian government signed a contract with BYO Marine on Feb 18 this year for the delivery of 10 ONUK MRTP16 fast interceptor craft. Three of the boats were handed over in June, August and November, respectively, and one was handed over yesterday.


MMEA director-general Admiral (Maritime) Datuk Mohd Amdan Kurish said two of the delivered boats were constructed in Turkey and the other two, here.



“The remaining six are expected to be delivered in June next year. Of the six, two will be built in Turkey and four here. The fast interceptor boats will enhance our capability in undertaking operations,” he told reporters after the official launch and delivery ceremony.


The three boats delivered earlier have been put into operation in the northern and southern maritime regions to patrol the country’s maritime zones in the Strait of Melaka.



Each of the fast interceptor boats can reach a speed of more than 60 knots and can accommodate up to 10 crew at any one time. It takes only 15 minutes to reach the Kuala Perlis jetty from Langkawi compared to the one hour taken by passenger boats.

Besides anti-smuggling and anti-piracy operations, these boats can be used in search-and-rescue operations and pollution control.

BYO Marine Sdn Bhd is a joint-venture company of Boustead Heavy Industries Defence Technology of Malaysia and Yonca-Onuk JV of Turkey.


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MessageSujet: Re: Malaysian Armed Forces (MAF)   Mer 7 Déc - 11:29

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The Royal Malaysian Air Force’s first EC725 helicopter is unveiled at the LIMA 2011 exhibition in a live video broadcast from Eurocopter’s French headquarters

Langkawi, Malaysia, December 6, 2011

The production roll-out of Eurocopter’s no. 1 EC725 helicopter for the Royal Malaysian Air Force was shown today with a live video broadcast from the company’s Marignane, France facility, which was beamed to the Langkawi Maritime & Aerospace Exhibition (LIMA) for an audience that included Malaysian Prime Minister Datuk Seri Najib Tun Razak and Defense Minister Dr. Ahmad Zahid Hamidi.

It is the first of 12 EC725s to be acquired by Malaysia for search & rescue and utility missions under terms of a contract signed in 2010. Eurocopter remains on schedule for this important acquisition program, with a total of eight helicopters already in production – and the no. 1 aircraft soon to enter flight testing. The Malaysian EC725 deliveries will begin next year and continue through early 2014.

“We wanted to share this on-time milestone with Malaysia, providing attendees at LIMA 2011 with an initial look at the newest helicopter that will serve the country in a variety of operations,” said Eurocopter President & CEO Lutz Bertling. “The top priority at Eurocopter is meeting its commitments to customers, and Malaysia can count on our company’s dedication in delivering helicopters that fulfill the nation’s mission requirements.”

In today’s roll-out broadcast from Eurocopter’s Marignane headquarters and production site, the no. 1 EC725 was presented by the Royal Malaysian Air Force’s on-site project team, led by Col. Tuan Mustafa.

Expressing his appreciation to Eurocopter, Defense Minister Dr. Ahmad Zahid Hamidi said, “This is a highly appreciated gesture on the part of Eurocopter. We have full confidence that all 12 helicopters will be delivered on time. The EC725 fleet represents a significant step towards strengthening the Royal Malaysian Air Force’s capability. In addition, cooperation projects related to the supply of the EC725s also are moving along smoothly, ensuring that Malaysia’s aviation industry is developing with the right skills and knowledge.”

As part of the EC725 contract, an agreement for 13 strategic cooperation projects was signed – including the integration of Malaysian industry into Eurocopter’s global supply chain, and the development of joint ventures with local companies to establish an in-country MRO (maintenance, repair and overhaul) facility, a regional EC725/EC225 full-flight simulator center, and other capabilities. The MRO and flight simulator installations are being created together with the Boustead Group, and all 13 cooperative projects will be aligned with Malaysia’s goals of enhancing its industrial capabilities and economic strength through technology transfer and strategic partnerships.

To support the deliveries of Malaysia’s new EC725s and enhance Eurocopter’s in-country support and services activities, the company’s Eurocopter Malaysia subsidiary will be moving in July 2012 from its main facility in Subang to a new, expanded site within the Malaysian International Aerospace Center – doubling its capacity.

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Royal Malaysian Navy selects DCNS' Gowind corvette for its Littoral Combat Ship (LCS) program
The Gowind frigate, designed by French company DCNS, has been selected for the Royal Malaysian Navy’s Littoral Combat Ship (LCS) programme. However, the contract for building the six ships remains on hold due to disagreements between the builder, Boustead Naval Shipyard Sdn Bhd (BNS), and the end user RMN, according to people familiar with the programme.

One of the key sticking points is BNS and DCNS’s insistence that the ships adopt the SETIS combat management system (CMS) designed by the French company.

RMN instead wants another system developed by Thales, the Tacticos, being integrated into one of its vessels, KD Kasturi.

The navy had hoped to reduce the number of CMS in its fleet to reduce training and support issues. RMN chief Tan Sri Abdul Aziz Jaafar told theSun yesterday that the government had chosen the Gowind design for the LCS programme.

He declined to confirm or deny speculation that the contract would only be signed when the RMN was satisfied that its requirements were met. He, however, confirmed most of the specifications for the ship had been finalised.






DCNS Gowind range of corvettes
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BNS managing director Tan Sri Ahmad Ramli Mohd Nor, however, denied the delay was due to disagreement with the end user.

“It is up to the government. We are ready to go forward,” said Ahmad Ramli, a former RMN chief.

Despite the delay, BNS is displaying a model of the Gowind frigate at the Langkawi International Maritime Aerospace exhibition here. The frigate is 107m-long with a displacement of 2,750 tonnes.

It will be armed with a 57mm gun, surface-to-air missiles and torpedoes. With four diesel engines, the ship will have a top speed of 29 knots. theSun had reported on Tuesday that the widely speculated deal for six LCS would be delayed until next year.






DCNS Gowind "Combat" class scale model shown during Navdex 2011
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A report published in the Janes Defence Weekly stated that the Malaysian government was likely to postpone defence procurement in view of the general election, which could be held early next year.

The LCS contract has been in news since February after Defence Minister Datuk Seri Ahmad Zahid Hamidi announced that the government had awarded BNS a RM6 billion contract to build six LCS or Second Generation Patrols Vessels for the RMN.

The announcement caused an uproar as critics claimed the price of the ships were inflated.
From: The Sun Daily
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