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MessageSujet: Re: Malaysian Armed Forces (MAF)   Mer 2 Déc 2015 - 9:56

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Malaysian navy chief seeks support ship acquisition

Ridzwan Rahmat, Kuala Lumpur - IHS Jane's Navy International
30 November 2015


The new chief of the Royal Malaysian Navy (RMN) is seeking to prioritise the service's plan to acquire two multirole support ships, despite continuing funding challenges.

"With the need for us to operate in a two-theatre environment [east and west Malaysia], we hope that these two ships can be given a special priority," said Admiral Kamarulzaman Ahmad Badaruddin in an interview with IHS Jane's at the Maritime Security and Coastal Surveillance conference in Kuala Lumpur on 1 December.












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MessageSujet: Re: Malaysian Armed Forces (MAF)   Dim 6 Déc 2015 - 21:13

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Malaysian Navy Chief Seeks Multi-Role Support Ships (MRSS) Acquisition


Dec 6, 2015




The chief of the Malaysian navy has highlighted the procurement of multirole support ships as a priority, the acquisition would bolster the navy’s sealift and amphibious assault capabilities (image : Damen)

The new chief of the Royal Malaysian Navy (RMN) is seeking to prioritise the service’s plan to acquire two multirole support ships, despite continuing funding challenges.

“With the need for us to operate in a two-theatre environment [east and west Malaysia], we hope that these two ships can be given a special priority,” said Admiral Kamarulzaman Ahmad Badaruddin in an interview with IHS Jane’s at the Maritime Security and Coastal Surveillance conference in Kuala Lumpur on 1 December.

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MessageSujet: Re: Malaysian Armed Forces (MAF)   Mer 16 Déc 2015 - 17:23

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EPI and the Malaysia Ministry of Defence Sign TP400 Support Contract


16 Desember 2015


RMAF A400M airlifter (photo : Rentaka)


Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia – EPI (Europrop International) and the Malaysia Ministry of Defence have signed a Letter of Acceptance (LOA) for a two-year contract for the support of TP400 turboprop engines powering the four Airbus A400M military transports ordered by the Royal Malaysian Air Force (RMAF). This is the first export support contract for the TP400.

According to the terms of this contract, EPI will provide technical support services and spare parts management for a total of 18 TP400 engines. A team of three technicians will provide local support at the main operating base in Subang provided through GTA (Global Turbine Asia), a Malaysian Safran subsidiary.

"It is a pleasure to officially launch the TP400 In-Service Support contract. We look forward to a positive and dynamic relationship with EPI over the two years of this contract and the subsequent years ahead" said a senior representative of the Ministry of Defense.

Ricardo Navarro, Director of In-Service Support EPI said: "We are honoured to continue our great partnership with the RMAF and especially for what is the first direct engine support contract for EPI. We will bring all of our expertise in order to help them to make the most of the great potential of their A400M with TP400 engines.

Malaysia, the first export customer for the Airbus A400M, took delivery of its first aircraft on March 13th, 2015. The TP400 engines have been installed on the RMAF's second A400M that is currently undergoing customer acceptance at the Airbus facility in Seville.

EPI Europrop International GmbH was created by four leading European aero-engine companies (Industria de Turbo Propulsores, MTU Aero Engines, Rolls-Royce and Snecma [Safran]) to manage the TP400 engine program.

Designed to power the Airbus A400M military transport, the TP400 is the most powerful turboshaft engine in the West. It features a three-shaft configuration and will deliver maximum power output of 11,000 shaft horsepower.

http://defense-studies.blogspot.fr/2015/12/epi-and-malaysia-ministry-of-defence.html
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MessageSujet: Re: Malaysian Armed Forces (MAF)   Lun 21 Déc 2015 - 12:20

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Malaysia shows interest to buy JF-17 from Pakistan
Dec 21, 2015



Malaysia is considering as one of the option to purchase JF-17 Thunder fighter jets from Pakistan and a deal will be finalised between the two countries after completing required formalities.

Malaysian High Commissioner to Pakistan Dr Hasrul Sani said his country wanted to purchase JF-17 Thunder from Pakistan. “Pakistan and Malaysia are enjoying excellent relations in defence as a result of a joint committee which played role as an active forum,” he said.

He said that this jet fighter was considered an excellent production of Pakistan in the defence sector and a decision about numbers would be taken very soon by the Malaysian government. He expressed his satisfaction over Pakistan-Malaysia bilateral relations and said that both the countries were enjoying cordial and fraternal bilateral relations especially in trade, economy and defence.

He said that Pakistan was one of the largest trade partner of Malaysia with a total trade volume of more than two billion dollars and that could be enhanced further in future times. He said that Malaysian companies were keen to invest in different sectors in Pakistan.

He also said that Malaysian investors may keen to invest in Pakistan again as the security situation had improved owing to the efforts of the government especially after the success of the Zarb-e-Azb military operation against terrorists. He said that Malaysian companies were looking for joint ventures with Pakistani companies through chambers of commerce to invest in mining and energy sectors especially in hydro power projects.

He said that the government of Pakistan should provide proper infrastructure, good banking system besides one window services to international companies to attract them for investment. He said that many Malaysian and other international companies were interested to invest in various projects in Gwadar but could not come due to non-availability of proper infrastructure and facilities.

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MessageSujet: Re: Malaysian Armed Forces (MAF)   Mer 23 Déc 2015 - 9:55

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Malaysia shows interest to buy JF-17 from Pakistan
Dec 21, 2015



Malaysia is considering as one of the option to purchase JF-17 Thunder fighter jets from Pakistan and a deal will be finalised between the two countries after completing required formalities.

Malaysian High Commissioner to Pakistan Dr Hasrul Sani said his country wanted to purchase JF-17 Thunder from Pakistan. “Pakistan and Malaysia are enjoying excellent relations in defence as a result of a joint committee which played role as an active forum,” he said.

He said that this jet fighter was considered an excellent production of Pakistan in the defence sector and a decision about numbers would be taken very soon by the Malaysian government. He expressed his satisfaction over Pakistan-Malaysia bilateral relations and said that both the countries were enjoying cordial and fraternal bilateral relations especially in trade, economy and defence.

He said that Pakistan was one of the largest trade partner of Malaysia with a total trade volume of more than two billion dollars and that could be enhanced further in future times. He said that Malaysian companies were keen to invest in different sectors in Pakistan.

He also said that Malaysian investors may keen to invest in Pakistan again as the security situation had improved owing to the efforts of the government especially after the success of the Zarb-e-Azb military operation against terrorists. He said that Malaysian companies were looking for joint ventures with Pakistani companies through chambers of commerce to invest in mining and energy sectors especially in hydro power projects.

He said that the government of Pakistan should provide proper infrastructure, good banking system besides one window services to international companies to attract them for investment. He said that many Malaysian and other international companies were interested to invest in various projects in Gwadar but could not come due to non-availability of proper infrastructure and facilities.

Read more at www.dailytimes.com.pk



http://defence-blog.com/news/malaysia-shows-interest-to-buy-jf-17-from-pakistan.html




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Malaysia Denies Interest in JF-17, But Export Hopes Remain
http://www.defensenews.com/story/defense/policy-budget/industry/2015/12/21/could-malaysian-interest-in-jf-17-signal-export-sales/77704460/

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MessageSujet: Re: Malaysian Armed Forces (MAF)   Jeu 14 Jan 2016 - 16:05

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RMAF To Take Delivery Of Two More Airbus A400M This Year


14 Januari 2016


RMAF A400M (photo : defence)


PETALING JAYA (Bernama) -- The Royal Malaysian Air Force (RMAF) will be taking delivery of two more Airbus A400M transport aircraft this year, in April and November.

Defence Minister Datuk Seri Hishammuddin Tun Hussein said RMAF now was already in possession of two Airbus A400M.

"Today RMAF took delivery of the second A400M to meet the country's defence needs.

"RMAF took delivery of the first during the Langkawi International Maritime and Aerospace Exhibition last year (LIMA '15) in Langkawi. The other two are due to arrive in April and November," he said at the reception ceremony to welcome the second Airbus A400M and the opening of the A400M Hangar at the Subang air base near here today.

Also present were his deputy Datuk Mohd Johari Baharum, Malaysian Armed Forces chief Jen Tan Sri Zulkifeli Mohd Zin and RMAF chief Jen Tan Sri Roslan Saad.

Hishammuddin said the aircraft would also be used for Medical Evacuation (Medevac) and Humanitarian Aid and Disaster Relief (HADR) operations.

He also congratulated the Defence Ministry for completing construction of the A400M Hangar six months ahead of schedule.

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MessageSujet: Re: Malaysian Armed Forces (MAF)   Mer 3 Fév 2016 - 17:11

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MD Helicopters Inc to supply six MD 530G Scout attack helicopters to Malaysia
Feb 2, 2016


MD Helicopters Inc (MDHI) won a bid to supply six MD 530G light scout attack helicopters to Malaysia’s Ministry of Defence.

MDHI will deliver the launch helicopters to Malaysian Army Aviation, or Pasukan Udara Tentera Darat (PUTD), beginning in the fourth quarter of 2016, with the full fleet to deliver by the end of first quarter of 2017.

The first official debut of MD530G Scout Attack helicopter was at LIMA 2015. The MD 530G is the latest in a lineage that spans more than 50 years of scout attack evolution. The journey began in 1963 with the introduction of the OH-6A by Hughes Aircraft Division. In 1985, the performance continued with the certification of the MD530F. Born from the MD530F airframe, the MD 530G is the next model in a line of purpose-driven scout attack helicopters.

The Malaysian Army’s fleet of MD 530G helicopters will include a custom weapons package, advanced communications capabilities, and state of the art EO/IR to detect, identify, and engage a wide range of threats.





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MessageSujet: Re: Malaysian Armed Forces (MAF)   Mer 17 Fév 2016 - 17:52

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Malaysia Acquires Additional M134D Miniguns


17 Februari 2016


The Dillon M134D Gatling Gun for the Malaysian Army Air Corps's AgustaWestland A109 helicopters (photo : Dillon Aero)


Malaysia will purchase another 20 Dillon Aero 7.62 mm M134D Miniguns, which will be installed on the First Win mine-resistant ambush protected (MRAP) vehicle - marketed in Malaysia as the Deftech AV4 - currently on order from Thai firm Chaiseri.

A Dillon Aero spokesperson told IHS Jane's at the 2016 Singapore Airshow that they expect the purchase order for the 20 miniguns to be signed by February 2016. Malaysia had previously acquired 10 of these weapons in 2014, which have been fitted to the Malaysian Army Air Corps's AgustaWestland A109 helicopters.

The spokesperson said that Dillon Aero is anticipating further orders from Malaysia for installation on both land and air platforms.

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MessageSujet: Re: Malaysian Armed Forces (MAF)   Lun 22 Fév 2016 - 18:55

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21/02/2016

La Malaisie cherche un nouvel hélicoptère de lutte anti-sous-marine !




La Malaisie a déclaré avoir débuté les évaluations initiales en vue de l’achat d’un nouvel hélicoptère de lutte anti-sous-marine. La Royal Malaysian Navy (RMN) a commencé des évaluations préliminaires en vue de l’acquisition de 6 hélicoptères en version navale.

Trois concurrents :

La série de tests préliminaires en vue de l’achat du futur hélicoptère de lutte ante-sous marine comprend trois concurrents qui sont: l’AgustaWestland AW159, le Sikorsky MH-60R « Seahawk » et l’Airbus Helicopters H225M.

AW159 Lynx Wildcat :



L’AW159 Lynx « Wildcat » est prévu pour remplacer les Lynx de première génération, ce nouvel hélicoptère multi-rôle de six tonnes, est commandé à 62 exemplaires par le ministère britannique de la Défense. Le premier a été livré à la fin de 2011.

Doté de deux turbines Rolls-Royce Honeywell CTS800 de nouvelles générations capables d’offrir 12 % de puissance supplémentaire, face aux anciens modèles. Le poste de pilotage comprend un système entièrement intégré d’affichage, utilisant quatre écrans 10x8 pouces. Les capteurs disposés dans le nez comportent une imagerie TV/IR couplé avec un désignateur laser. La version maritime dispose d’un radar Selex-ES Galileo 7400E actif sur 360 degrés. L'AW159 intègre un système d'alerte de missiles, des détecteurs d'alerte radar et un système de distribution des contre-mesures. En outre, il dispose d’une palette complète en matière d’armement soit : des mitrailleuses, torpilles, grenades sous-marines et pourra également tirer la future arme de surface a guidage autonome (FASGW).

Le MH60R «SeaHawk» :



La version MH60R et le dernier développement du SH60 « SeaHawk » destiné à la lutte anti-sous-marine et de bâtiments de surface. Il remplace et reprend l’ensemble des missions actuellement dévolues aux actuels SH60B et SH60F. Conçu par Sikorsky est doté d’une interface de Lockheed Martin, le MH-60R représente l’évolution des versions précédentes, grâce aux leçons apprises durant les différents déploiements et durant les nombreuses opérations de ces dernières années. Cette nouvelle version permet un engagement multi-missions en utilisant un équipage de trois personnes.

Outre, l’attaque de navires et de sous-marins, le MH60R est susceptible de remplir l’ensemble des missions secondaires telles que : la recherche et le sauvetage (SAR), le ravitaillement vertical, le soutien aux incendies de surface, l’évacuation médicale (MEDEVAC) ainsi que le relais des communications. Lockheed Martin qui est responsable de l'intégration numérique de poste de pilotage de l'hélicoptère, du radar multi-mode, du sonar acoustique à longue portée et l’adjonction d’une caméra infrarouge. Le MH60R dispose également d’une architecture électronique permettant de protéger l’aéronef contre les menaces missiles.

Le H225M :



Le H225M est un hélicoptère de 11 tonnes bimoteur est équipé d'un rotor à cinq pales et d'un réservoir de carburant de grande capacité, offrant des performances et une autonomie plus grande de vol. Il a été conçu pour effectuer de multiples missions, telles que la recherche et sauvetage de combat (SAR), le transport aérien tactique, longue distance le transport en ambulance aérienne (MEDEVAC), l'appui logistique et les missions navales.

Cet appareil très sophistiqué est le premier hélicoptère équipé d'un système de blindage et d'autoprotection comprenant la détection radar des missiles. Le H225M est également équipé d'une tourelle Flir, qui lui donne une capacité d'intervention nocturne et tout temps.

Photos : 1 & 2 AW159 Lynx @ AgustaWestland 3 MH-60R Seahawk @ USN 4 Airbus Helicopters H225M@ Helibras

http://psk.blog.24heures.ch/archive/2016/02/21/la-malaisie-cherche-un-nouvel-helicoptere-de-lutte-anti-sous-860864.html
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MessageSujet: Re: Malaysian Armed Forces (MAF)   Mer 2 Mar 2016 - 20:35

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Malaysia Army will receive 24 units M109A6 «Paladin» SPH


Mar 2, 2016


A M109-A5 howitzer is offloaded and craned onto a trailer at the port in Punta Arenas, Chile, in December, 2014.

 

Malaysia Army had accepted the offer of 24 units M109A6 «Paladin»  self propelled howitzer (SPH) from USA under the Excess Defence Articles (EDA) programme.

On the offer of M109 A5/A6 SPH by the United States under the Excess Defence Articles (EDA) programme, Raja Affandi said the Army had accepted the offer and was in the process of finalising the procurement. “If the procurement is completed, it will boost the firepower capability of the Army especially for units operating in Sabah”.

Malaysian Defence had reported on the SPH offer from the US recently. The Army is expected to field 24 M109 SPH upgraded to the latest A6 standard with another six vehicles used for spares and training.

Paladin M109A6 achieves a maximum firing rate of up to eight rounds a minute or three rounds in 15 seconds, and a sustained firing rate of one round every three minutes. The gun is operated with an automatic fire control system with ballistic computer, fitted with an optical backup.

The vehicle’s inertial positioning and navigation system is integrated with the automatic fire control system.

The 39-calibre 155mm M284 cannon, which is fitted with an M182 gun mount, has a range of 24km using unassisted rounds or 30km using assisted rounds. The projectile loading can be carried out using the full-stroke hydraulic system, or a semi-automatic loading system is optional.

A 12.7mm M2 machine gun is mounted on the right hand side of the turret.
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MessageSujet: Re: Malaysian Armed Forces (MAF)   Mer 16 Mar 2016 - 21:05

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Thales vend six systèmes de mini-drone Fulmar en Malaisie



Le mini-drone de surveillance Fulmar peut amerrir comme un hydravion. (Photo : Thales)


Publié le 16/03/2016 17:26



Thales a vendu six systèmes de mini-drone de surveillance Fulmar à la Malaysian Maritime Enforcement Agency (MMEA). C’est le premier vrai contrat export de ce drone qui peut amerrir comme un hydravion, ou être récupéré dans un filet à bord d’un bâtiment en mer.

http://www.lemarin.fr/secteurs-activites/defense/24757-thales-vend-six-systemes-de-minidrone-fulmar-en-malaisie
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MessageSujet: Re: Malaysian Armed Forces (MAF)   Mar 22 Mar 2016 - 9:32

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Thales vend six systèmes de mini-drone Fulmar en Malaisie



Le mini-drone de surveillance Fulmar peut amerrir comme un hydravion. (Photo : Thales)


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Thales a vendu six systèmes de mini-drone de surveillance Fulmar à la Malaysian Maritime Enforcement Agency (MMEA). C’est le premier vrai contrat export de ce drone qui peut amerrir comme un hydravion, ou être récupéré dans un filet à bord d’un bâtiment en mer.

http://www.lemarin.fr/secteurs-activites/defense/24757-thales-vend-six-systemes-de-minidrone-fulmar-en-malaisie  


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David Ing, Madrid and Ridzwan Rahmat, Singapore - IHS Jane's Navy International
20 March 2016

Thales España has won a contract to supply six Fulmar unmanned aerial vehicle (UAV) units to the Malaysian Maritime Enforcement Agency (MMEA).

An official confirmed to IHS Jane's on 21 March that the UAVs will be operated from its six new 44 m coastal patrol vessels. These ships were ordered under a MYR380 million (USD93.3 million) contract signed with local shipbuilder Destination Marine Services (DMS) in 2015. The MMEA has always intended for these patrol vessels to embark a UAV capability.

A Thales España spokesperson IHS Jane's spoke to on 17 March declined to give further details on the contract, but acknowledged that the UAV has been going through a series of tests. The system is due for delivery by the end of 2016.

The Fulmar UAV has a 3 m wingspan and a length of 1.2 m, and is made from carbon fibre materials. Designed primarily to support intelligence, surveillance, and reconnaissance (ISR) roles, it has an endurance of up to 12 hours, can be flown at altitudes of up to 4,000 m (13,123 ft), has a cruising speed of 100 kph, and can carry a payload of up to 8 kg. The UAS is fitted also with a heavy fuel motor that is understood to help reduce generated noise and enables it to fly at low level (thus reducing risk to the system). It can be operated via a ground control system (GCS) that supports the operation of up to three UAVs in tandem and allows control of the UAVs to switch from one ground station to another, enabling simultaneous use in land and sea environments.


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MessageSujet: Re: Malaysian Armed Forces (MAF)   Jeu 24 Mar 2016 - 20:50

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24/03/2016

Nouvelle série de PC-7MKII pour la Malaisie !





Stans, l’avionneur Pilatus prépare la livraison du second lot d’avions école PC-7MkII pour la Royal Air Force malaisienne (CGRR). Ces appareils font partie d’une commande de 5 aéronefs destinés à venir compléter la flotte actuelle.

La Royal Air Force malaisienne a débuté le remplacement des anciens Pilatus PC-7 datant de 1983 avec la nouvelle génération PC-7MKII. 16 appareils PC-7MKII avait été commandés et doivent être complétés avec ce nouveau lot.

Le Pilatus PC-7MKII :

Le PC-7MkII est un appareil mûr, qui évolue déjà dans de nombreuses Forces aériennes avec succès et fiabilité. Depuis son introduction en 1994, le PC-7 MkII devenu une plateforme de haut niveau en matière d’équipement. Fiable et économique, le PC-7MkII offre aux pilotes débutants un environnement confiance. Le moteur PT6A-25C de Pratt & Whitney Canada, offre un rendement efficace avec de faibles coûts d’entretien. Doté d’un cockpit moderne adaptable, selon les besoins du client, il permet de préparer aux mieux les élèves pilotes à l’environnement qui les attend au sein des Forces aériennes. A ce jour, plus de 600 avions (PC-7 et PC-7 MkII) ont été vendus à 21 forces aériennes dans le monde entier.


Photos : Le premier PC-7MkII de la nouvelle série destiné à la Malaisie@ Stephan Widmer

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MessageSujet: Re: Malaysian Armed Forces (MAF)   Ven 1 Avr 2016 - 11:17

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Malaysian armed forces conducts starstreak firing trial ahead of system’s service entry
Apr 1, 2016




The Malaysian Armed Forces carried out a live firing exercise on March 28 with the Thales Starstreak missile as part of its preparation for the 2018 service entry of the Starstreak Lightweight Multiple Launcher – Next Generation (LML-NG).

The firing took place at the Tanjung Logok Ground to Air Firing Range located in Peninsular Malaysia on the east coast of the southern state of Johor, with a total of three missiles fired by composite teams drawn from the Malaysian Army’s 32nd Royal Artillery Regiment, the Royal Malaysian Navy’s Base Air Defence Unit, and the Royal Malaysian Air Force’s 401 GBAD (Ground Base Air Defence) Squadron. The missiles were fired at a Meggitt BTT-3 Banshee target drone, with two firings declared as hits. A fourth launch was called off due to time constraints.

The live missiles had only arrived in Malaysia on 25 March and no live firing practice had been carried out prior to the event. Defence Minister Hishammuddin Hussein, who was observing the exercise, told a media conference there that the live missiles formed part of the GBP100 million (USD142 million) Starstreak contract that Malaysia formally ratified on 15 September last year at the DSEI exhibition in London. Under the contract Malaysia’s stock of phased-out Starburst missiles were exchanged for Starstreak rounds for the Malaysian armed forces to use for practice firings. The minister did not disclose the number of missiles exchanged.

The last of Malaysia’s Starburst systems, operated by all three services, were phased out from the RMAF’s two GBAD squadrons in 2013.

During a briefing held prior to the firing, it was stated that a total of 26 personnel had so far been trained on the Starstreak system at a Thales facility in the United Kingdom. Additional Starstreak firings are scheduled for October at Tanjung Logok.

Malaysia’s Starstreak contract, which covers an undisclosed number of launchers, also includes the Starstreak/Rapid Ranger system and the LML-NG system’s integration onto a Global Komited Toyota-based 4×4 GKM1 light utility vehicle.



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MessageSujet: Re: Malaysian Armed Forces (MAF)   Lun 18 Avr 2016 - 16:22

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DSA 2016: Thales España provides further details on MMEA UAV contract
Ridzwan Rahmat, Kuala Lumpur - IHS Jane's Defence Weekly
18 April 2016
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The MMEA's new shipborne UAVs will be equipped with a high-resolution video camera that allows for automatic target tracking
System will significantly enhance the service's maritime surveillance capabilities
Thales España has given more details of a contract to supply Fulmar unmanned aerial vehicle (UAV) units to the Malaysian Maritime Enforcement Agency (MMEA), including the platform's payload and expected delivery times.

IHS Jane's first reported in March 2016 that the company has been selected to supply six units of the UAV that will be operated from the MMEA's six new 44 m coastal patrol vessels. The vessels, known as the New Generation Patrol Craft (NGPC), were ordered under a MYR380 million (USD96.8 million) contract signed with local shipbuilder Destination Marine Services (DMS) in 2015.



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MessageSujet: Re: Malaysian Armed Forces (MAF)   Mer 20 Avr 2016 - 9:58

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DSA 2016: Malaysia selects Rohde & Schwarz to supply communication systems for SGPV-LCS

Ridzwan Rahmat, Kuala Lumpur - IHS Jane's Defence Weekly
19 April 2016

The Royal Malaysian Navy (RMN) has selected a Voice-over-Internet Protocol (VoIP)-based communication system from Rohde & Schwarz for its class of six Second Generation Patrol Vessel - Littoral Combat Ships (SGPV-LCS), the company announced at the DSA 2016 exhibition in Kuala Lumpur on 19 April.

The SGPV-LCS vessels are currently under construction at Malaysian state-owned company Boustead Naval Shipyard.

"Adopting IP-based technologies is an important step for modern naval communications," said RMN chief Admiral Ahmad Kamarulzaman, in a statement on the contract. He added that the adoption of the system, known as R&S NAVICS, puts the RMN in step with the latest digital computing and communications technology.











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MessageSujet: Re: Malaysian Armed Forces (MAF)   Mer 20 Avr 2016 - 10:14

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DSA 2016: CILAS to Provide its Safecopter Helicopter Visual Landing Aid System for Malaysian LCS

At the DSA 2016 tri-service defence exhibition currently held in Kuala Lumpur (Malaysia) Navy Recognition learned from Boustead that French company CILAS has been selected to provide the Helicopter Visual Landing Aid System - HVLAS for the Royal Malaysian Navy Gowind Frigate Littoral Combat Ship (LCS).







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MessageSujet: Re: Malaysian Armed Forces (MAF)   Mer 20 Avr 2016 - 13:10

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Malaysian Army to buy 44 GK-M1 Rapid Rover 4×4 vehicles
Apr 20, 2016




According to the Malaysian company Weststar Defence there are orders from the Royal Malaysian Navy and Royal Malaysian Air Force for 44 GK-M1 Rapid Rover 4×4 vehicle each following an official signing ceremony on 19 May at Defense Services Asia. That reported shephardmedia.com.

A spokesperson from Weststar told Shephard that they expect orders for another 44 from each service. He added that the Army already has the Vamtac from URO fitted with the Igla.

The vehicles are fitted with the Starstreak very short-range air defence (VSHORAD) missile on a Lightweight Multiple Launcher (LML) system from Thales and will provide a mobile air defence capability to the service. It is not clear how many Starstreaks and LMLs will be bought.

Thales and Weststar signed a partnering arrangement in April 2014 for the latter to distribute Ground-Based Air Defence systems in Malaysia. Starstreak will replace the existing Starburst VSHORADsystem, which was retired in 2013.

Starstreak was tested for the first time in Malaysia in March. Despite the GK-M1 Rapid Rover being displayed at the DSA 2014 exhibition, the missile has yet to be tested on the vehicle. Further Starstreak tests are due in October.

It could suggest that firing Starstreak from an LML from the back of a Toyota Hilux is not providing as much stability as required. However, a spokesperson from Weststar insisted that first deliveries are expected this year.

Weststar’s subsidiary, Global Komited, which provides the vehicles said that GK-M1 Rapid Rover and the other vehicles on the stand at DSA – the GK-M1 Special Operations Vehicle (SOV) and the GK-M1 Fit For Radio (FFR) vehicles – were all locally built to the Toyota Hilux chassis design. However, they look similar to the versions built by Thailand, which bought Starstreak last year.


The spokesperson revealed that three Starstreak missile launchers had been purchased by Weststar and this follows the first testing of Starstreak on 28 March.

He added that further Starstreak systems would be purchased in batches dependent on the completion of the vehicle tests.

The GK-M1 has a gross vehicle weight of 3,300kg and can carry a 500kg payload. It is 5.7m long and 1.8mwide with a height of 2m.

Meanwhile, while the new SOV variant has the same GVW and width it is shorter at 5m long but it is fitted with a rooftop 360 degree ring mount and front swing for a machine gun. It can carry a slightly larger payload up to 760kg.

The FFR is slightly shorter again at 4.7m long, but has a built in radio racking system for all military specification and three antenna brackets (for HF, VHF and UHF) space for a lean-to tent and a three layer hard roof panel and side ladder.



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MessageSujet: Re: Malaysian Armed Forces (MAF)   Mer 20 Avr 2016 - 13:13

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Deftech of Malaysia unveils new Lipanbara 4×4 HMAV High Mobility Armoured Vehicle at DSA 2016
Apr 20, 2016



The latest state of the art 4×4 High Mobility Armoured Vehicle (HMAV) has been named as “Lipanbara”, after the lethal and poisonous centipede found in the Malaysian jungles. This armoured vehicle will be primarily used in hostile zones for insertion and extraction of security troops, as well as for escort duties.

Prime Minister, YAB Dato’ Sri Mohd Najib Tun Abdul Razak, officiated the naming of the vehicle at the DEFTECH Pavilion during the Defence Sen/ices Asia 2016 exhibition (DSA 2016) at the Putra World Trade Centre, Kuala Lumpur. The Lipanbara is currently showcased at the DEFTECH pavilion during the entire period of the Defence Services Asia 2016 exhibition at Putra World Trade Centre. Kuala Lumpur from April 18th till 21st, 2016.

“DEFTECH was awarded the contract by the Government of Malaysia to supply 20 units of the Lipanbara worth RM140,980,000 on 7 July 2015, for the Malaysian Army The first unit of the Lipanbara is expected to be delivered to the Malaysian Army by mid 2016”, said Lt Kol (K) Dato’ Amril Samsudin, Group Chief Executive Officer of DEFTECH.

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MessageSujet: Re: Malaysian Armed Forces (MAF)   Mer 20 Avr 2016 - 17:38

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Nexter CAESAR for the Malaysian Army


20 April 2016


Nexter Caesar truck mounted howitzer (photo : wikiwand)


Nexter in cooperation with Advanced Defense Systems (ADS) is proposing the CAESAR 155mm 52 .cal self propelled howitzer to the Malaysian Army, in order to fill a capability gap. An LoI is signed during day three of DSA 2016.

20 units are to be supplied, which include the supporting vehicles, and will boost the Malaysian Army's firepower inventory.

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MessageSujet: Re: Malaysian Armed Forces (MAF)   Mer 20 Avr 2016 - 20:05

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DSA 2016: Finmeccanica and Weststar to offer AW159 to Malaysian navy
Jon Grevatt, Kuala Lumpur - IHS Jane's Defence Weekly
20 April 2016
Global Komited - a subsidiary of Malaysian company Weststar Defence Industries - signed a teaming agreement with Finmeccanica on 20 April to jointly distribute the AgustaWestland AW159 maritime and utility aircraft in Malaysia.

The memorandum of understanding (MoU), signed at the Defence Services Asia (DSA) 2016 exhibition in Kuala Lumpur, covers joint promotion and distribution as well as potential maintenance, repair, and overhaul services if the platform is selected by the Royal Malaysian Navy (RMN) to meet its requirement for six anti-submarine warfare (ASW) helicopters.


In addition, the arrangement includes a plan to support Global Komited in a programme to upgrade the RMN's six AgustaWestland Super Lynx 300 maritime patrol helicopters, which operate from the service's Lekiu-class guided-missile frigates. The helicopters have been in service since 2003 after the Anglo-Italian company received an order from the RMN in 1999.

The Finmeccanica-Global Komited MoU was witnessed by UK defence procurement minister Philip Dunne and Malaysian defence minister Hishammuddin Hussein. After the signing of the accord, Dunne told IHS Jane's that it signified the closer defence industrial ties that were being forged by the two countries.

"This is all part of bringing Malaysia industry and UK industry together to serve the Malaysian Armed Forces," he said. "There are a number of examples where we will be able to help improve availability of platforms in service here."

"Weststar is one of the up-and-coming defence contractors here in Malaysia and AgustaWestland is one of the well-established platform providers in the UK. Weststar is looking to provide more services to air forces and navies in the region and this is a good example of how industries of both countries can work together to meet the needs of an armed forces."

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MessageSujet: Re: Malaysian Armed Forces (MAF)   Jeu 21 Avr 2016 - 9:22

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DSA 2016: Airod partners with UK, Norwegian firms for RMAF upgrades

Jon Grevatt, Kuala Lumpur - IHS Jane's Defence Weekly
20 April 2016

Malaysian aerospace firm Airod has signed agreements with foreign partners to support BAE Systems' Hawk aircraft and Sikorsky S-61A-4 'Nuri' helicopters in service with the Royal Malaysian Air Force (RMAF).

Agreements to facilitate the two programmes, which remain reliant on contracts from Malaysia's Ministry of Defence, were signed on 20 April at the Defence Services Asia (DSA) 2016 exhibition in Kuala Lumpur.

The programme to upgrade the Hawks is centred on the aircraft's avionics and is expected to take three years to complete. Under the proposed programme, BAE Systems will undertake the design, manufacture, and certification of the avionics systems, while Airod will be responsible for the integration of the systems onto the aircraft.














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MessageSujet: Re: Malaysian Armed Forces (MAF)   Ven 22 Avr 2016 - 9:42

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DSA 2016: Kongsberg's Naval Strike Missile is a Force Multiplier for the Royal Malaysian Navy

At the DSA 2016 tri-service defence exhibition currently held in Kuala Lumpur (Malaysia) Kongsberg of Norway was showcasing its Naval Strike Missile (NSM). Navy Recognition was the first to reveal that the Royal Malaysian Navy's future Gowind class Littoral Combat Ship would be fitted with NSM anti-ship missiles during LIMA 2015. At DSA this year, Navy Recognition got the latest from Kongsberg.





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