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MessageSujet: Re: Malaysian Armed Forces (MAF)   Mar 20 Avr 2010 - 11:59

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trés bonne nouvelle pour la Malaysie et pour l'industrie militaire turque, vous étes entrain de vous positionné au Top10 des pays exportateurs d'armes je crois

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MessageSujet: Re: Malaysian Armed Forces (MAF)   Mar 20 Avr 2010 - 17:06

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trés bonne nouvelle pour la Malaysie et pour l'industrie militaire turque, vous étes entrain de vous positionné au Top10 des pays exportateurs d'armes je crois

C'est très bien, un contrat de 2.5 milliards $..

On avance tous jours... cheers

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DSA 2010: RM10 billion defence contracts signed

KUALA LUMPUR: The government this morning signed agreements for the procurement of defence equipment and spare parts worth more than RM10.4 billion.

The biggest deal was for the Letter of Intent (LOI) to DRB-Hicom Defence Technologies Sdn Bhd for the development, manufacture, supply and delivery of 8X8 Armoured Personnel Carrier for the Malaysian Army (RM8 billion).

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MessageSujet: Re: Malaysian Armed Forces (MAF)   Mer 21 Avr 2010 - 11:30

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DATE:21/04/10
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Malaysia publicly agrees to buy 12 EC725s, also wants attack helicopters
By Leithen Francis

Malaysia has publicly agreed to buy 12 Eurocopter EC725 combat search and rescue helicopters and is in the early stages of looking for attack helicopters.

At this week’s Defence Services Asia (DSA) show in Kuala Lumpur, the country’s defence minister Ahmad Zahid Hamidi signed a letter-of-acceptance for the EC725s, which will be delivered in 2012 and 2013.

He told local news media that the plan is to sign a final contract when prime minister Najib Abdul Razak returns from overseas and the cabinet has a chance to meet and sign off on the deal.

The Royal Malaysian Air Force is also trying to have a requirement for attack helicopters included in the country’s next five-year plan, say industry sources.

At DSA, Eurocopter had a scale model of its Tiger attack helicopter on display next to a scale model of the EC725.

Sikorsky was promoting its armed S-70 Black Hawk at the show and highlighting how the helicopter has interior kits so it can be used for multiple roles. For example, it can be re-configured to be a VIP transport, medical evacuation, reconnaissance team insertion or troop transport helicopter.

Sikorsky was also promoting its upgrade package for the S-61 Nuri helicopter that includes new rotor blades and a replacement avionics system from Rockwell Collins that includes four flat-panel digital displays.

The EC725s will replace some of the air force’s 20 Nuris, the first of which was received in 1968.

Malaysia originally planned to phase out all its S-61s, but budget constraints mean it plans to retain and upgrade at least 15 of them, say industry sources.

At DSA, Finmeccanica company Selex Galileo was pitching to get its systems included in the Nuri upgrade programme. It was also promoting its airborne tactical observation and surveillance system to meet Malaysia’s requirement for maritime patrol aircraft.

The air force is seeking to buy four maritime patrol aircraft, with Selex Galileo’s sister company Alenia Aeronautica in the running with its ATR 42MP. However, Indonesian Aerospace (IAe) is understood to be the front-runner in the competition with the CN-235.

If IAe wins the contract, Selex Galileo could still be contracted to provide the ATOS mission system, which has already been integrated with the CN-235 for customers including Ecuador.

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MessageSujet: Re: Malaysian Armed Forces (MAF)   Mer 21 Avr 2010 - 23:34

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Royal Malaysian Navy Orders DCNS Scorpene-class Submarine Simulator



18:22 GMT, April 21, 2010 Yesterday, DCNS signed a contract with the Royal Malaysian Navy on the sale of a submarine simulator for Scorpene-class submarines as well as for associated services providing full crew training for navigation security and weapon systems handling and covering sensors and operations requiring the use of the periscope.

This contract, with an estimated value of 128 million Malaysian ringgit (approx. €27 million), underlines the continuing co-operation between the Royal Malaysian Navy and DCNS within the framework of the Scorpene programme.

In 2002, Malaysia ordered two Scorpene-class submarines. The first vessel of this class, the Tunku Abdul Rahman which arrived in Malaysia on 3 September 2009, currently carries out trials in tropical waters as well as of its weapon systems off the coast of Sabah. The second Scorpene-class submarine, christened Tun Razak, is scheduled to be delivered to Malaysia in July.

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MessageSujet: Re: Malaysian Armed Forces (MAF)   Mer 21 Avr 2010 - 23:47

barbaros pacha a écrit:
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trés bonne nouvelle pour la Malaysie et pour l'industrie militaire turque, vous étes entrain de vous positionné au Top10 des pays exportateurs d'armes je crois

C'est très bien, un contrat de 2.5 milliards $..

On avance tous jours... cheers

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DSA 2010: RM10 billion defence contracts signed

KUALA LUMPUR: The government this morning signed agreements for the procurement of defence equipment and spare parts worth more than RM10.4 billion.

The biggest deal was for the Letter of Intent (LOI) to DRB-Hicom Defence Technologies Sdn Bhd for the development, manufacture, supply and delivery of 8X8 Armoured Personnel Carrier for the Malaysian Army (RM8 billion).

http://www.mmail.com.my/content/33979-d ... cts-signed

500 d'un cout, ca fait vraimment chaud au cœur de voir qu'un pays musulman puisse accomplir un tel exploit, j'espère que l'industrie militaire turcs continuera sur cette voie.
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MessageSujet: Re: Malaysian Armed Forces (MAF)   Ven 7 Mai 2010 - 11:39

aymour a écrit:
barbaros pacha a écrit:
Fremo a écrit:
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trés bonne nouvelle pour la Malaysie et pour l'industrie militaire turque, vous étes entrain de vous positionné au Top10 des pays exportateurs d'armes je crois

C'est très bien, un contrat de 2.5 milliards $..

On avance tous jours... cheers

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DSA 2010: RM10 billion defence contracts signed

KUALA LUMPUR: The government this morning signed agreements for the procurement of defence equipment and spare parts worth more than RM10.4 billion.

The biggest deal was for the Letter of Intent (LOI) to DRB-Hicom Defence Technologies Sdn Bhd for the development, manufacture, supply and delivery of 8X8 Armoured Personnel Carrier for the Malaysian Army (RM8 billion).

http://www.mmail.com.my/content/33979-d ... cts-signed

500 d'un cout, ca fait vraimment chaud au cœur de voir qu'un pays musulman puisse accomplir un tel exploit, j'espère que l'industrie militaire turcs continuera sur cette voie.

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$500M Vehicle Sale Would Set Turk Export Record

ANKARA - A preliminary agreement to sell 250 armored personnel carriers to the Malaysian Army would be the Turkish defense industry's largest single export deal, a senior Turkish procurement official said May 6.

The letter of intent was signed in mid-April by FNSS, based here, and the Malaysian government. The two sides are expected to sign a formal contract soon, said the official.
FNSS is a joint venture between Turkey's Nurol Holding, the majority partner, and U.S.-based BAE Systems Land & Armaments.
The vehicle, the eight-wheel-drive Pars, will be coproduced with Malaysian partners in Malaysia.
"With planned follow-on orders, the program is expected to become much larger, and FNSS' share is expected to exceed $500 million," the Turkish procurement official said.
FNSS originally developed the Pars for the Turkish military. Last year, the Turkish Army ordered more than 1,000 Pars vehicles in different variants, and the Navy ordered more than 50 amphibious vehicles.
Turkish defense officials view the Malaysian deal as a breakthrough in efforts to win larger-scale foreign contracts. The United Arab Emirates also is testing the Pars, the senior procurement official said.
Otokar, another leading Turkish company, also has exported armored vehicles to more than 10 countries in the Balkans, the Middle East and southeastern Asia. But its individual contracts have been smaller than FNSS' Malaysia deal. Otokar was selected to develop Turkey's first indigenous main battle tank, the Altay.
"The making of armored vehicles is one of the strongest sectors in our defense industry," said Kaya Yazgan, secretary general of Turkey's Defense Industry Manufacturers Association, or SaSaD, an umbrella group bringing together defense companies
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MessageSujet: Re: Malaysian Armed Forces (MAF)   Ven 7 Mai 2010 - 15:26

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DCNS-built Tun Razak submarine leaves France for Malaysia

The first of the Malaysian Scorpene-class vessels, the KD Tunku Abdul Rahman, arrives in Malaysia in 2009.

Second Scorpene-class submarine to be transfered to Malaysia
09:26 GMT, May 7, 2010 The second Scorpene-class submarine of the Malaysian Navy, the Tun Razak, has left Toulon on 30 April and is heading for Lumut in Malaysia before beign transferred to its final home base at Kota Kinabalu (Borneo).

The transit between Toulon and Malaysia, which should require approximately two months, is carried out in several stages.

At the end of these two months, once arrived in Malaysia, the Tun Razak will undergo its second maintenance programme phase before accomplishing the last trials in tropical environments.

Signed in June 2002, the contract between the Malaysian government and DCNS includes the procurement of 2 Scorpene-class submarines, logistical support and training.

The two vessels, with a length of 67,5m and a displacement of 1,550 tons, are operated by a reduced crew of 31 persons for an autonomous period of 45 days.

This Scorpene submarine programme confirms the recognised competence of DCNS in carrying out complex naval programmes. With 10 vessels sold worldwide, the Scorpene is a global reference of conventional submarines (2 for Chile, 2 for Malaysia, 6 for India).

Designed by DCNS, the submarines have been jointly developed with the Spanish naval manufacturer Navantia. They benefit of the latest innovations developed for other programmes and feature the most advanced technologies in the fields of hydrodynamics, reduction of noise emission, and automation.

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MessageSujet: Re: Malaysian Armed Forces (MAF)   Mar 11 Mai 2010 - 16:40

quelques projets de la RMN
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The Royal Malaysian Navy plans to have 18 warships in an effort to make the armada competitive to others in the regions, Navy Chief Admiral Tan Sri Abdul Aziz Jaafar said.

He said six warships would be built under the Tenth Malaysia Plan (10MP) while the remaining six would be built under the Eleventh Malaysian Plan (11MP).

RMN had six warships of which five had been commissioned while the other would be commissioned by year end.

Aziz said the government had agreed to build six second generation patrol vessels and four training vessels under 10MP.

"The building of sophisticated assets is to replace seven per cent of old assets that can affect RMN's operation," he told reporters after the commissioning of KD Kelantan at the naval base here Thursday.

KD Kelantan was the third patrol vessel built locally after KD Perak and KD Terengganu.

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MessageSujet: Re: Malaysian Armed Forces (MAF)   Sam 5 Juin 2010 - 17:53












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MessageSujet: Re: Malaysian Armed Forces (MAF)   Ven 11 Juin 2010 - 12:38

-les 3 corvettes du Brunei que l´Algerie lorgne sont encore sur le marché!
-prix fort pour 12 EC-725
-plan quinquenal tres ambitieux


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MessageSujet: Re: Malaysian Armed Forces (MAF)   Ven 11 Juin 2010 - 13:02

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Malaysia to Upgrade C-130 Hercules Fleet
The Royal Malaysian Air Force (RMAF) is expected to upgrade its fleet of Hercules C-130 transport aircraft to extend its service life and reduce maintenance costs.
Defence Minister Datuk Seri Dr Ahmad Zahid Hamidi said the upgrade would begin in 2014, after the current C-130 maintenance contract had expired, according to the Malay Mail.
The C-130 upgrade programme is expected to be based on the US Air Force's Hercules avionics modernisation programme, which was undertaken by Boeing.
It may also include equipping the RMAF Hercules with defensive aids systems to enable the aircraft to take part in international duties.
The RMAF's Nuri helicopter fleet will also be upgraded to the S-61T Triton standard.
Funds for the upgrade project will come under the tenth Malaysian plan, which will be tabled next week
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MessageSujet: Re: Malaysian Armed Forces (MAF)   Ven 25 Juin 2010 - 12:28

PT 91M Pendekar ( c'est une modernisation polanaise sur les T-72M1 effectué début des années 90 )







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MessageSujet: Re: Malaysian Armed Forces (MAF)   Ven 9 Juil 2010 - 14:40

Le deuxième sous-marin Scorpène, KD Tun Razak , a atteint la base navale de Lumut pour une cérémonie officielle retour le 2 Juillet . Mi-Juillet , elle mettra le cap à Teluk Sepanggar , Sabah , la base sous-marine RMN .

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KD Tun Razak, the second Royal Malaysian Navy submarine, sails in homeland waters

11:43 GMT, July 9, 2010 Kuala Lumpur | The Royal Malaysian Navy (RMN) second Scorpene submarine, KD Tun Razak, reached the Lumut naval base for an official homecoming ceremony on the 2nd of July. Mid-July, she will sail to Teluk Sepanggar, Sabah, the RMN submarine base.

KD Tun Razak’s voyage between DCNS facilities in the south of France and Malaysia lasted 64 days. Following the navigation plan, the Royal Malaysian Navy sailed the submarine 7283 nautical miles through the Mediterranean Sea, Red Sea, Gulf of Aden, Arabian Sea, Indian Ocean and the Malacca Straits before reaching home.

During its journey, the submarine stopped in four ports of call: Alexandria (Egypt), Jeddah (Saudi Arabia), Salalah (Oman) and Cochin (India). In Teluk Sepanggar, KD Tun Razak will go through scheduled maintenance before comprehensive sea trials in the tropical waters of the region.

The contract between the Malaysian government and DCNS for two Scorpene submarines and associated logistics and training was signed in June 2002. KD Tunku Abdul Rahman, the first Malaysian submarine reached home in September 2009.

With a displacement of 1,550 tonnes for a length overall of 67.5 metres, each boat requires a crew of just 31 and offers an endurance of 45 days.

This programme demonstrates DCNS’s know-how as a leading prime contractor for sophisticated warship programmes. With ten units ordered (two for Chile, two for Malaysia and six for India), Scorpene is an international benchmark in SSK design.

The Scorpene was designed by DCNS and developed jointly by DCNS and Spanish naval shipbuilder Navantia. The design features a range of advanced technologies – particularly in hydrodynamics, acoustic discretion and automation – drawing on state-of-the-art innovations developed for other submarine programmes
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MessageSujet: Re: Malaysian Armed Forces (MAF)   Ven 23 Juil 2010 - 12:16

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Malaysian Maritime Force Receives First AW139 Helicopter
The Malaysian Maritime Enforcement Agency (MMEA) has received its first AW139 medium twin-engine helicopter from AgustaWestland.
The new AW139 will undergo maritime operations including search and rescue, coastal patrol and law enforcement around Malaysia's extensive coastline.
Equipment of the new AW139 includes a FLIR, NVG compatible cockpit and a four-axis automatic flight control system with SAR modes.
AW139 is a new-generation medium twin-turbine helicopter designed with inherent multirole capability and flexibility of operation.
With a maximum range of 1,061km, the helicopter has an endurance capacity of more than five hours with a maximum cruising speed of 165kt.
MMEA is expected to receive an additional two helicopters in 2011.
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MessageSujet: Re: Malaysian Armed Forces (MAF)   Mar 27 Juil 2010 - 11:30

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Le KD Tunku Abdul Rahman fait la preuve de ses capacités



Le premier sous-marin malaisien, le KD Tunku Abdul Rahman, a fait la preuve lundi de ses capacités en lançant avec succès un missile Exocet SM39 Block 2.

Le chef de la marine royale malaisienne, l’amiral Tan Sri Abdul Aziz Jaafar, a déclaré que le missile avait touché sa cible, de 40 m de long, à 22 nautiques (40 km) de distance.
Il a précisé que le missile avait été lancé depuis une immersion de 55 m, à une distance rendant difficile pour les bâtiments de lutte anti-sous-marine de prendre des mesures contre le sous-marin.
Selon lui, le lancement du missile faisait partie des essais contractuels réalisés pour les opérations en eaux chaudes du sous-marin.
Il a déclaré que le lancement du missile Exocet SM39 Blok 2, à 10:15 locales en mer de Chine du Sud, était la démonstration des capacités de la marine royale et de celle du sous-marin à lancer une attaque en plongée.
L’amiral Abdul Aziz, qui a aussi assisté au lancement, a ajouté qu’il était aussi destiné à confirmer l’efficacité du Exocet SM39 Blok 2 et la capacité du système d’armes du sous-marin, plus connu sous le nom de SUBTICS KD TAR dans une ambiance tropicale.
Il a précisé que le missile Exocet SM39 Blok 2, conçu en France en 2008, était un missile sous-marin anti-navires, pesant 2.100 kg, d’une longueur de 6 m et d’un diamètre de 35 cm.
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KD Tunku Abdul Rahman Proves Capability




KOTA KINABALU, July 26 (Bernama) -- Malaysia's first submarine, the KD Tunku Abdul Rahman Monday proved its capability when it successfully conducted the firing of an Exocet SM39 Block 2 missile.
Royal Malaysian Navy (RMN) chief Admiral Tan Sri Abdul Aziz Jaafar in a statement here, said the missile hit its 40-metre long surface target located 22 nautical miles (40km) away.
He said it was fired from a depth of 55 metres, a range that was difficult for anti-submarine ships to adopt counter measures against submarines.

According to him, the test firing of the missile was part of contractual activities in the submarine's tropical operations.
He said the test firing of the Exocet SM39 Blok 2 missile, which was launched at exactly 10.15am in the South China Sea, was proof of RMN's capabilities and the submarine's capability to launch an attack from below the sea surface.
Abdul Aziz, who also witnessed the test, said it was also aimed at confirming the effectiveness of the Exocet SM39 Blok 2 and the capability of the submarine's weapons system or better know as SUBTICS KD TAR in a tropical climate.
He said the Exocet SM39 Blok 2, sourced from France in 2008, was a below sea-to-surface missile weighing 2,100 kilogrammes and having a length of six metres and a diametre of 35 centimetres.

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MessageSujet: Re: Malaysian Armed Forces (MAF)   Mar 3 Aoû 2010 - 12:20

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First Malaysian Sub Test Fires Missile
The Royal Malaysian Navy's (RMN) first submarine, the KD Tunku Abdul Rahman, has successfully test fired the Exocet SM39 block 2 missile in the South China Sea.
The submarine fired at a target located 22nm away on the surface from a depth of 55m.
The 6m-long Exocet SM39 block 2 is a submarine-to-surface missile weighing 2,100kg, with a diameter of 35cm, which was sourced from France in 2008.
The RMN chief Laksamana Tan Sri Abdul Aziz Jaafar said the test conducted last week aimed to confirm the effectiveness of the missile and the capabilities of the submarine's weapons system in tropical conditions.
He said the test firing of the missile was part of contractual activities in the submarine's tropical operations
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MessageSujet: Re: Malaysian Armed Forces (MAF)   Jeu 19 Aoû 2010 - 13:33

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Boustead to Service Malaysian Scorpene Submarines
Boustead DCNS Naval Corporation has been awarded a contract to provide in-service support for the Royal Malaysian Navy's two Prime Minister Class Scorpene submarines.
Boustead will provide a full submarine integrated logistics support package consisting of spare parts and outfitting of workshop equipment, yard facilities and equipment, submarine safety conditioning facilities, and support and maintenance.
The company will also provide covered tugboat services, operation and maintenance of the shiplift, transfer system and submarine umbilical services.
The €193m contract will be effective until 30 November 2015
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MessageSujet: Re: Malaysian Armed Forces (MAF)   Jeu 16 Sep 2010 - 12:11

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IAF Trains Malaysian Sukhoi Pilots
The Indian Air Force (IAF) has completed training Royal Malaysian Air Force (RMAF) pilots to operate the Russian-made Sukhoi Su30-MKM Flankers.
The IAF 31-member team, comprising four instructor pilots and one weapon systems officer, has been training RMAF pilots since March 2008.
The IAF's technical instructors, comprising two engineers, 22 technicians and two administrators, arrived four months later.
Raju said pilots of RMAF's 11th Squadron are now capable of operating on their own after achieving the required standards, according to newstraitstimes.
Malaysia acquired the Su30 jets in 2007 under a RM3.4bn ($900m) deal with Russia.
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MessageSujet: Re: Malaysian Armed Forces (MAF)   Jeu 16 Sep 2010 - 16:56

GlaivedeSion a écrit:
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mais ce qu'il oublie de dire c'est que leurs avions consomme plus de kéroséne et coute plus cher a l'entretien chose que bien des armées equipés d'avions russes connaissent

HS Ce que tu dis me fait penser à l'histoire des mig 29 Malaisien, ils pensent déjà à les retirer du service alors qu'ils vont garder leur F5 E HS

Fahed64 c'est une rumeur ou c'est vrai ce que tu dit concernant les malaisiens? si c'est vrai c'est grave le mig 29 (combien méme un modéle 29A) n'est pas de la méme generation que le F-5 Rolling Eyes

concernat les MIG-29 que moscou devait livré a alger ils ont etaient tous bonnement refusér pour vices majeurs affraid
Moscou a repondue que si alger ne les voulaient pas ils iraient dans leurs propres armée de l'air.


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MIG29 Jets To Be Phased Out - Zahid

BAGAN DATOH, June 1 (Bernama) -- The MIG-29N fighter jets of the Royal Malaysian Air Force (RMAF) will be replaced with other interceptor jets to strengthen the force.
Defence Minister Datuk Seri Dr Ahmad Zahid Hamidi said the matter had been discussed with RMAF chief General Tan Sri Azizan Ariffin and the aircraft would be replaced soon.

"I have decided that from next month, the aircraft be phased out and we should find a way to sell them to certain companies or countries approved by the United Nations," he told reporters after visiting the victims of a storm in Rungkup, here, Monday.

On the Sukhoi fighter jets received recently, he said the preparedness of the squadron stationed at the RMAF base in Gong Kedak, Kelantan had been proven as the members had received sufficient simulator training and other forms of training continuously.

On the 1Malaysia concept in the Malaysian Armed Forces, he said the ministry had carried out the 1Malaysia 1Force campaign through the concept of holistic defence and encouraging all races to join the territorial army.

In another development, Ahmad Zahid said the federal government had agreed to provide assistance to the storm victims in the Bagan Datoh parliamentary constituency with the involvement of 98 soldiers from the army's 2nd Division.

He said the Engineers Corps and Infantry brigade would rebuild or repair the homes damaged by the storm early last Saturday morning. The work will take about two weeks.

In the storm, the roofs of 408 houses were damaged or blown off, while 32 houses were badly damaged.

http://www.bernama.com/bernama/v5/newsindex.php?id=415211[/quote]

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DATE:03/06/09
SOURCE:Flight International
Malaysia to phase out troublesome MiG-29 fighters
By Siva Govindasamy

Malaysia has announced plans to phase out its RSK MiG-29N fighters over the next few years, with the fleet having been plagued by problems since it bought the type in the early 1990s.
"I have decided that from next month, the aircraft will be phased out and we should find a way to sell them to certain companies or countries approved by the United Nations," Malaysia's new defence minister Ahmad Zahid Hamidi told the official Bernama news agency.

The minister did not say what would replace the MiG-29s, which are operated in an interceptor role. The Royal Malaysian Air Force is scheduled to receive its last six of 18 Sukhoi Su-30MKMs by year-end, and already operates eight Boeing F/A-18Ds and 13 BAE Systems Hawk 208s that are used in a light attack role.

Industry sources say Malaysia has encountered problems in obtaining spares for its 14 MiG-29s, and that maintenance has been an issue for a long while. A mid-life upgrade had been mooted as a possible solution to the problems, but sources say it would be cheaper over the long run to buy new fighters instead.

Kuala Lumpur already has a pending requirement for another 18 fighters. Observers believe that it could begin a competition in a few years and assess the Su-30, Boeing F/A-18F Super Hornet and potentially Saab's Gripen. The air force could now ask the defence ministry to increase the number of fighters it buys through this tender to replace the MiG-29s.

One problem, however, is Malaysia's tight defence budget. Last October, the global economic crisis forced it to delay a plan to buy Eurocopter EC725s to replace its army's Sikorsky S-61 "Nuri" utility helicopters.

It has also postponed a plan to buy eight airborne early warning and control system aircraft until the 10th Malaysia Plan, covering 2011-15, or even the subsequent plan, spanning 2016-20. The country also has requirements for maritime patrol aircraft and anti-submarine warfare helicopters.




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MessageSujet: Re: Malaysian Armed Forces (MAF)   Jeu 16 Sep 2010 - 18:13

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MessageSujet: Re: Malaysian Armed Forces (MAF)   Lun 25 Oct 2010 - 0:20

Selex Galileo to protect Malaysia's Hawk fleet
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Selex Galileo expects to receive a contract to equip the Royal Malaysian Air Force's BAE Systems Hawk advanced jet trainer and light attack aircraft with a new radar warning receiver (RWR) system.

Named Seer, the self-protection equipment has been designed as a drop-in replacement for BAE's Sky Guardian 200 RWR system, previously installed on platforms including the Hawk.

Selex supported recent flight trials of the new equipment with a Malaysian Hawk. "The RWR met all of the jointly agreed objectives, with Seer being able to detect radars at ranges that were an order of magnitude greater than those achieved by older-generation systems," it says.

Malaysia operates 14 single-seat Hawk 208s and six Hawk 108 trainers delivered between 1994 and 1995, as listed in Flightglobal's MiliCAS database.

Comprising four wide band spiral antennas, two digital detectors, a signal processor and a cockpit display, Seer is "capable of identifying and prioritising complex RF signals in a hostile threat environment", Selex says.


"There are customers out there who are worried about radar threats," says Steve Roberts, Selex Galileo's vice-president capability for electronic warfare systems. "We are getting a lot of interest from those countries."

Latin America and the Middle East are considered to be other potential markets for the new equipment.

Roberts says the company will soon perform a similar flight trial with Seer using an Aero Vodochody L-159 - a type in use with the Czech air force. The equipment is also suitable as an upgrade for the Northrop F-5 fighter, or for use with new-build aircraft and helicopters, he says. A compact version is also to be offered to equip unmanned air vehicles.

Selex has also developed a new electronic support measures system dubbed Sage to equip platforms ranging in size from tactical UAVs to large transport and surveillance aircraft. The company's first proposed installation would give a Lockheed Martin C-130 tactical transport a signals analysis and geo-location function.

The company is targeting applications such as border surveillance and exclusive economic zone monitoring for Sage, and has already held discussions with its Finmeccanica sister companies about its potential inclusion in future maritime patrol aircraft offerings.
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MessageSujet: Re: Malaysian Armed Forces (MAF)   Mar 9 Nov 2010 - 15:17

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Malaysian Navy to Receive Six Littoral Combat Ships

The Royal Malaysian Navy (RMN) will receive six littoral combat ships (LCS) from Boustead Heavy Industries Corporation (BHIC) over the next 15 years, Defence Minister Datuk Seri Dr Ahmad Zahid Hamidi has said.
The Defence Ministry issued the letter of intent to BHIC for the construction of the second-generation LCS using local expertise.
The contract will involve upgrading the combat ships' weapon specifications from cannon to torpedoes as specified by the RMN, according to Bernama.
The selection of weaponry would take into consideration patrol operations in coastal areas and the South China Sea, including Sabah and Sarawak waters.

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MessageSujet: Re: Malaysian Armed Forces (MAF)   Ven 3 Déc 2010 - 15:05

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Malaysia Considers Additional Pilatus PC-7 Mk II Training Aircraft

The Royal Malaysian Air Force is considering procuring 12 additional Pilatus PC-7 Mk II low-wing tandem-seat training aircraft in two batches, with the first batch delivered after April 2011.
If it goes ahead, the purchase of the first batch is expected to coincide with Malaysia's new five-year budget, the Tenth Malaysia Plan.
Malaysia purchased a fleet of 19 PC-7 Mk IIs in 2005.

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