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MessageSujet: Re: Armée norvegienne/Norwegian Armed Forces   Jeu 10 Avr 2014 - 10:14

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Norway's Naval Strike Missile Aims for the Pacific


Kongsberg Naval Strike Missiles are seen in six-pack launchers in a notional arrangement on a model of the US Navy's Independence-class littoral combat ship displayed at the Sea-Air-Space Exposition.
Kongsberg Naval Strike Missiles are seen in six-pack launchers in a notional arrangement on a model of the US Navy's Independence-class littoral combat ship displayed at the Sea-Air-Space Exposition. (Christopher P. Cavas / Staff)

NATIONAL HARBOR, MD. — When navies gather this summer in the warm waters near Hawaii for the biannual Rim of the Pacific (RIMPAC) exercises, among them will be at least one warship more at home in the cold waters of the Atlantic and Arctic oceans.

The Norwegian frigate Fridtjof Nansen will take part in RIMPAC, aiming to launch a Kongsberg Naval Strike Missile (NSM) at a target ship provided by the US Navy.

It will be the first time Norway has fired an NSM in a RIMPAC, as the missile became operational in 2012.

“It’s quite a sophisticated weapon,” Norwegian Navy Cmdr. Tony Schei explained here at the Navy League’s Sea-Air-Space Exposition. Schei is in charge of training Norway’s sailors to use the surface-to-surface weapon, and is working with missile manufacturer Kongsberg to show off the NSM.

The missile’s infrared seekers, Schei said, are able to discern individual ship silhouettes and shapes, allowing it to bypass targets such as civilian fishing ships and aim for an enemy warship.

“Today navies are not fighting total wars,” he explained. In a limited conflict, “you can win the battle but lose the war” if the wrong target is struck.

The NSM can be programmed to strike a particular ship, identifying it from among a cluster of other ships or land masses. The weapon can also be instructed to ignore specific targets, or to fly to an area and look for a target within a prescribed patch of sea. If no suitable target is found, “the missile terminates at sea in the most safe manner,” Schei said.

The 13-foot-long missile has a launch weight of nearly 900 pounds, and carries a 240-pound warhead. It is loaded into individual canisters intended to keep a missile up to 10 years without maintenance, Schei said.

“So far we’ve kept missiles for over two years, and they run fine,” he added.

The canisters can be configured in a variety of fashions, from single and double installations to six- or eight-pack arrangements. At the Kongsberg display here, models of both versions of the US Navy’s littoral combat ship were shown with notional NSM installations.

In addition to sea-based missiles serving the Norwegian Navy, a land-based version is operated by Poland. Kongsberg is developing a slimmer missile, the Joint Strike Missile (JSM), for use from F-35 joint strike fighters ordered by Norway.

“Kongsberg sees the JSM able to fit in a Mark 41 vertical launch system,” Schei said. Such a missile is being offered to Australia and Canada for shipboard use. ■
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MessageSujet: Re: Armée norvegienne/Norwegian Armed Forces   Sam 19 Avr 2014 - 13:25

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MessageSujet: Re: Armée norvegienne/Norwegian Armed Forces   Ven 30 Mai 2014 - 20:55

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Norway prepares to decide submarine fleet future

Richard Scott, London - IHS Jane's Navy International


Extending the life of Norway's current Ula-class submarines is being considered, although this is thought to be the less attractive option.
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The Norwegian government will shortly start to scrutinise the recommendations of studies undertaken to explore alternative life-extension and new-build options for the sustainment of a submarine capability beyond 2020.

A preferred strategy is expected to be presented to parliament - the Storting - later in 2014.

Norway's examination of its submarine capability, known as Project 6346, has been in progress since 2007. A first step, completed in 2011, established the strategic imperative of maintaining a submarine force in the long term. Subsequent work, led by the Ministry of Defence (MoD), has sought to evaluate whether to extend the life of the six currently in-service Ula-class boats, allowing them to serve into the mid/late 2030s, or to procure a new class of replacement submarines.

An MoD study team, supported by the Ministry of Finance and a number of external organisations, has assessed the cost, risk and programme options for a service life extension programme (SLEP) for the Ula-class boats. This work has engaged both ThyssenKrupp Marine Systems (as designer and builder of the Ula-class) and BMT Defence Systems (as an independent 'second source'). They have studied the feasibility of extending the life, and maintaining the operational relevance, of the Ula-class boats. In addition, Kongsberg Defence Systems and a number of other original equipment manufacturers and system suppliers have contributed information with regard to equipment obsolescence and sustainment.

In parallel, the MoD team has also received data from five submarine builders - DCNS (France), Fincantieri (Italy), Navantia (Spain), TKMS (representing businesses in both Sweden and Germany), and Daewoo Shipbuilding & Marine Engineering (South Korea) - in response to a request for information issued in November 2012. It has additionally surveyed the global supply base for submarine command and fire control systems, sensors and weapons.

Other considerations addressed by the MoD study team include the contribution of, and opportunities for, Norwegian industry and - in the context of a new-build option - the potential for international co-operation.

The study activity formally concluded on 1 April 2014. IHS Jane's understands that, following review by government, a budget proposal for the preferred solution is likely to be placed before the Storting later this year. This will scope a project definition programme and procurement plan for Project 6346 ahead of a main investment decision in the 2017 timeframe.

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Although no details of the study outcomes into Project 6346 have been made public, there is a growing expectation amongst industry circles that Norway will opt to procure a new class of submarine to enter service from the mid-2020s. This reflects the cost, time, complexity, and programme risk associated with a SLEP option, which would require an extensive re-build and re-life of the existing Ula-class boats.

In advance of any formal policy decision on a preferred solution, Norway has already held preliminary discussions with a number of other northern European nations - thought to include the Netherlands, Poland and Sweden among others - to explore options for co-operation or collaboration on a new submarine acquisition. The main challenges to be addressed in any such multinational activity would be the alignment of programme timelines, harmonisation of operational requirements, and the satisfying of national aspirations for industrial participation.

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MessageSujet: Re: Armée norvegienne/Norwegian Armed Forces   Sam 31 Mai 2014 - 12:49

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Norway expands ban on military cooperation with Russia

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MessageSujet: Re: Armée norvegienne/Norwegian Armed Forces   Lun 16 Juin 2014 - 11:32

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Norway goes four-for-four with Raytheon's NASAMS


Tests further validate surface-launched AMRAAM's role in ground-based air defense

PARIS, June 16, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- The Royal Norwegian Air Force (RNoAF) successfully fired four Raytheon Company (NYSE: RTN) Advanced Medium Range Air-to-Air Missiles (AMRAAM) from a National Advanced Surface-to-Air Missile System (NASAMS). All four AMRAAMS intercepted their airborne targets during the annual live fire exercise at the Andoya Rocket Range in Northern Norway.
The success rate of NASAMS' extensive tests and tactical live fire programs has been over 90% against a variety of targets and profiles in challenging scenarios.

"NASAMS has proven its capability year after year. The success rate of the extensive tests and tactical live fire programs has been over 90 percent against a variety of targets and profiles in challenging scenarios," said Ralph Acaba, vice president for Integrated Air and Missile Defense at Raytheon's Integrated Defense Systems business. "Our customers appreciate the flexibility of NASAMS and its ability to protect high-value assets and maneuvering forces. We plan to have our most recent customer, Oman, operationally deployed soon."

Military observers from several countries, including two existing NASAMS customers, were in Norway for the test.

"This successful test once again demonstrates the versatility of the combat-proven AMRAAM missile," said Mike Jarrett, Raytheon vice president of Air Warfare Systems. "Raytheon's broad portfolio of missiles can provide precision fire power to ground based air defense systems such as NASAMS around the globe."

Fielded in Norway for more than a decade, NASAMS is operationally deployed in the U.S. National Capital Region, Spain, Finland, the Netherlands and one undisclosed country. It was also recently selected by Oman to strengthen its ground-based air defense capability.
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MessageSujet: Re: Armée norvegienne/Norwegian Armed Forces   Jeu 19 Juin 2014 - 23:44

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Supreme Headquarters Allied Powers Europe (SHAPE)


Norwegian troops, watched by American safety staff, move through deep grass to assault enemy positions on the final mock battle of
exercise Sabre Strike


Norwegian troops use the ubiquitous quad bike and trailer combination to ferry supplies and equipment to the assault during the final
mock battles of exercise Sabre Strike


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MessageSujet: Re: Armée norvegienne/Norwegian Armed Forces   Mer 2 Juil 2014 - 13:00

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KONGSBERG signs NOK 1.1 billion JSM contract with the Norwegian Armed Forces


Kongsberg Gruppen ASA (KONGSBERG) has signed a Phase III contract with the Norwegian Defence Logistics Organization (NDLO) to complete the development of the Joint Strike Missile (JSM) and prepare it for integration on the F-35 Lightning II Joint Strike Fighter (JSF). This contract is valued at NOK 1.1 billion, and comes on the heels of a bridge phase contract signed on 29 November 2013, bringing the total scope of JSM development Phase III to some NOK 1.5 billion.



Kongsberg Gruppen ASA (KONGSBERG) has signed a Phase III contract with the Norwegian Defence Logistics Organization (NDLO) to complete the development of the Joint Strike Missile (JSM) and prepare it for integration on the F-35 Lightning II Joint Strike Fighter (JSF). This contract is valued at NOK 1.1 billion, and comes on the heels of a bridge phase contract signed on 29 November 2013, bringing the total scope of JSM development Phase III to some NOK 1.5 billion.
Joint Strike Missile (JSM) in the internal carriage bay of the F-35 Joint Strike Fighter (JSF) aircraft

JSM development work has going on since 2008 and will be a continuous activity up until the completion of a complete product in 2017. Future activities in Phase III will include aircraft tests, production of a number of test missiles and integration on the F-35.



JSM is a new missile that will enable the F-35 to fight well-defended targets across long distances. No other weapon existing today, or under development, can perform the same types of missions. The missile can also be integrated into other types of aircraft in addition to the F-35, meaning its market potential extends beyond the future users of the F-35.

Kongsberg Gruppen ASA (KONGSBERG) has signed a Phase III contract with the Norwegian Defence Logistics Organization (NDLO) to complete the development of the Joint Strike Missile (JSM) and prepare it for integration on the F-35 Lightning II Joint Strike Fighter (JSF). This contract is valued at NOK 1.1 billion, and comes on the heels of a bridge phase contract signed on 29 November 2013, bringing the total scope of JSM development Phase III to some NOK 1.5 billion.
On 27 February 2013 Lockheed Martin carried out the first external fit check of the JSM on an F-35.
(Photo: Lockheed Martin)

What is the JSM?

The JSM is a long-range precision-guided anti-surface missile being developed in partnership between Kongsberg Defence & Aerospace (KDA) and the Norwegian Armed Forces. In many ways the missile operates as a small autonomous aircraft that has been designed with one specific mission in mind - to give the Armed Forces the ability to strike well-defended targets at a distance. Its main targets will be modern naval vessels equipped with advanced self-defence systems, but the JSM can also be used against land targets.

In order to carry out these missions the JSM must be able to make its way to the appropriate target, avoid the target's defensive systems and finally strike its target in exactly the right place. The JSM achieves this capability through a unique combination of technical solutions, several of which have been developed in Norway specifically for the NSM and the JSM.

Like its predecessor, the NSM, which is now operational with the Royal Norwegian Navy, the JSM is equipped with a small jet engine, wings and tail fins, and turns and banks like an aircraft. This ensures better maneuverability and greater range than a rocket-powered missile, such as the older Norwegian Penguin anti-ship missile.

The JSM is made out of advanced composites, and is designed to have a minimal radar signature. Along with its ability to maneuver like a small aircraft, which allows it to fly along the ground and hide in the terrain, this ensures that the missile usually only will be detected at a very short range from the target.

Kongsberg Gruppen ASA (KONGSBERG) has signed a Phase III contract with the Norwegian Defence Logistics Organization (NDLO) to complete the development of the Joint Strike Missile (JSM) and prepare it for integration on the F-35 Lightning II Joint Strike Fighter (JSF). This contract is valued at NOK 1.1 billion, and comes on the heels of a bridge phase contract signed on 29 November 2013, bringing the total scope of JSM development Phase III to some NOK 1.5 billion.
JSM and F-35 JSF
Image: Kongsberg



Key Facts - JSM: Weight: 400 kg Length: 4 m Range: >150 nautical miles

The missile is also the first of its kind designed specifically to fit within the internal weapons bay of the F-35. This allows the F-35 to carry up to two JSM internally - one missile in each weapons bay. This ensures that the F-35 will be able to retain its low radar signature while carrying the weapon, making it very difficult to detect for any opponent. The F-35 is also able to detect targets for the JSM at extended distances either using its own powerful sensors, or by using target information transmitted from other platforms. This allows the F-35 to deliver the weapon at a significant distance, which in turn reduces its own risk of detection.

In transit to its target the JSM uses several different systems to navigate and to follow the terrain. These systems are mutually supportive, and hence make it very difficult for any opponent to mislead the missile. When approaching the target area the imaging infrared seeker begins to look for the target. The seeker is able to recognize a large number of targets and will not attack before it is both recognized and classified. The seeker is also used to adjust the point of impact so that the missile strikes in precisely the right spot, such as in a specific part of the superstructure of a vessel, in order to achieve the desired effect. Unlike the NSM, the JSM seeker is able to do so against land target as well as naval targets.

Once the target has been found and identified, the JSM will have to avoid any defensive systems trying to intercept it. In order to do so, the missile will perform a series of random evasive maneuvers to avoid defensive fire and thereby increasing the chances of successfully striking its intended target. Thanks to an integrated data link it will also be possible to communicate with the missile after it has been launched, and to retarget the missile in-flight. This is a capability currently not included on the NSM.

No other known weapon, neither in production nor in development combines this particular set of capabilities, and the JSM therefore presents a unique solution to Norway and other future users of the F-35.
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MessageSujet: Re: Armée norvegienne/Norwegian Armed Forces   Jeu 7 Aoû 2014 - 16:16

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Y'a du selfie dans l'air : ce pilote de F-16 a un missile sur l'épaule

Cette semaine, retrouvez notre série sur les meilleurs selfies de l'année pris sans toucher terre. Aujourd'hui prenons place dans ce F-16 de la Royal Air Force du Danemark. Lors d'un exercice, le pilote a eu la bonne idée de prendre ce selfie au moment de lancer un missile air-air AIM-9L "Sidewinder". On voit ainsi nettement les flammes se dégager du propulseur au dessus de son épaule droite.



En réalité, cette photo est une capture d'écran d'une vidéo réalisée grâce à une caméra GoPro installée dans le cockpit :




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MessageSujet: Re: Armée norvegienne/Norwegian Armed Forces   Ven 10 Oct 2014 - 17:45

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Norway grounds F-16 fighter jets

Small cracks are discovered in several of the fighter jets that normally are scrambled when Russia’s strategic bombers fly outside the coast of northern Norway.

“We have found cracks in a significant number of aircrafts, but will not comment on how many,” the Ministry of Defense and the Air Force say to the newspaper Bergens Tidende.

“The Air Force takes this case seriously and is working continuously to solve the problems. The cracks occur in the hull under the cockpit. Some of the planes with cracks can still be used, while others must be repaired first,” the e-mail reads.

The Ministry of Defense says the remaining operative aircrafts maintain Norway’s combat emergency readiness and the participation in NATOs Baltic Air Policing.

On August 21 this year Norway did not scramble F-16s to meet a pair of Russian Tu-95 strategic bombers flying outside the coast. Flying into the North Sea, Dutch, Danish and British airforces did scramble their fighter jets. The same happened on April 23 when two Tu-95 bombers were flying outside Norwegian airspace and figher jets were scrambled from Unied Kingdom, Denmark and the Netherlands, but not Norway, as reported by BarentsObserver.

On June 26 two Norwegian F-16s were scrambled towards Russian military aircrafts over the Barents Sea. F-16s have their main air base in Bodø, just north of the Arctic Circle in northern Norway.

Russian aircrafts and strategic bombers have taken to the skies way more frequently over the last few years. From 2007, the strategic bombers have regularly been flying outside Norwegian airspace in the north.
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MessageSujet: Re: Armée norvegienne/Norwegian Armed Forces   Sam 15 Nov 2014 - 15:45

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MessageSujet: Re: Armée norvegienne/Norwegian Armed Forces   Ven 21 Nov 2014 - 14:44

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MessageSujet: Re: Armée norvegienne/Norwegian Armed Forces   Jeu 4 Déc 2014 - 17:36

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Norway MOD To Evaluate An Acquisition Of New Submarines To Replace The Existing Ula class


A project led by the Ministry of Defence has since 2007 studied Norway’s future submarine capability. Several options have been looked at in the process. The Government has now decided that the project will enter a definition phase and evaluate an acquisition of new submarines to replace the existing Ula class when it becomes obsolete.

A project led by the Ministry of Defence has since 2007 studied Norway’s future submarine capability. Several options have been looked at in the process. The Government has now decided that the project will enter a definition phase and evaluate an acquisition of new submarines to replace the existing Ula class when it becomes obsolete.
Norway's six Ula class submarines were commissioned between 1989 and 1992, designed for a service life of thirty years. These submarines will be phased out in the 2020's. In addition to aging, technological advances make the Ula-class, which is based on design and technology from the 1980’s, insufficient to meet future, high-tech threats. Picture: RNON

Norway’s future submarine capability has been studied since 2007. The studies have been conducted in two phases, both with thorough external quality reviews before being presented. The Norwegian Government has now taken a conceptual decision on future submarine capability.

- Submarines are a vital capability in the Norwegian Armed Forces, and have a major impact on our overall defence capability. Together with combat aircraft and Special Operations Forces, submarines are among the armed forces’ most important capabilities. Hence, it is important that we now have established that the acquisition of new submarines will form the basis for further project work. This decision makes it possible for us to maintain a credible submarine capability, says Minister of Defence Ine Eriksen Søreide.

The current Ula Class submarines will be 35 years old when they are replaced. They are originally built for 30 years of service. However, the Ula-class must be kept operational for additionally five years in order to maintain a continuous submarine capability until a replacement is operational. Studies show that it would have been very costly and impractical to extend the service life beyond this.

- The ability to operate covertly, which is vital for the submarine’s relevance, will be significantly better for a new submarine than what is achievable through service life extension of the current fleet. This is due to lower acoustic signatures and a better hydrodynamic design, says Eriksen Søreide.

It is a substantial task that awaits the project organisation. Part of the work will be to evaluate potential cooperation with other countries in terms of procurement, training and maintenance. A partnership can contribute to economies of scale and a robust solution throughout the life of the submarines.

The decision only entails that the project moves into a new phase, the project definition phase. No investment decisions have so far been taken. By the end of 2016, a recommendation on the future submarine capability will be presented. Thereafter, pending the Governments decision, an investment proposal will be presented to Parliament. This will enable the delivery of new submarines to the Norwegian Navy starting from the mid 2020's.

The total investment cost of this project depends on the number of submarines and the weapons inventory.

- I emphasize that we have not decided the final level of ambition for this project or the number of submarines. This is something I will give my recommendation on when the project is presented in 2016, says the Minister of Defence.
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MessageSujet: Re: Armée norvegienne/Norwegian Armed Forces   Mer 10 Déc 2014 - 15:12

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Un nouveau bâtiment de renseignement pour la Norvège

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Publié le 9 décembre 2014, dernière mise à jour le 9 décembre 2014.

Pudiquement appelé « navire de surveillance », le nouveau navire espion de la marine norvégienne a été baptisé le 6 décembre au chantier Vard de Langsten. Le Marjata sera opéré par le service de renseignement du ministère norvégien de la Défense. Long de 126 mètres pour une largeur de 23.5 mètres, il va être spécialement équipé pour la surveillance en mer de Barents et dans le grand nord. A cet effet, le navire mettra notamment en œuvre d’importants moyens de guerre électronique.
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MessageSujet: Re: Armée norvegienne/Norwegian Armed Forces   Jeu 11 Déc 2014 - 17:23

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Photo Release -- Northrop Grumman Completes Center Fuselage for First Norwegian F-35 Aircraft



The company celebrated the production milestone with a brief ceremony Dec. 4 at its Palmdale Aircraft Integration Center of Excellence, the site of its F-35 Integrated Assembly Line (IAL). Royal Norwegian Air Force Col. Odd-Steinar Haugen, the Norwegian national deputy in the F-35 joint program office, attended the ceremony on behalf of the Norwegian government.

"Today's event marks another key delivery on the F-35 team's promise to produce a fifth-generation, multirole fighter that can meet the common air combat requirements of the U.S. and its allies," said Brian Chappel, vice president and F-35 program manager, Northrop Grumman Aerospace Systems. "Using our Integrated Assembly Line, we're continuing to reduce the time and cost required to produce an F-35 center fuselage. Our success is helping the industry team meet the operational need dates of our international partners."

The center fuselage is the core structure around which every F-35 joint strike fighter aircraft is built. As a principal member of the Lockheed Martin-led F-35 industry team, Northrop Grumman designed and produces the center fuselage for all three F-35 variants: CTOL, short takeoff vertical landing (STOVL) and the carrier variant (CV).

The AM-1 center fuselage is the first of 52 center fuselages that Northrop Grumman will produce for Norway. It is the 166th center fuselage that the company has produced at its Palmdale site, and the 34th such unit delivered to Lockheed Martin this year.

Lockheed Martin Aeronautics will perform final assembly and checkout of the Norwegian F-35s in Fort Worth, Texas. The process includes mating the center fuselage to the forward fuselage/cockpit and wings produced by Lockheed Martin, and the aft fuselage and empennage produced by BAE Systems.

The IAL is a highly automated set of work cells developed to assemble – efficiently, affordably and with high precision – the center fuselage for all three variants of the F-35 joint strike fighter. It occupies more than 200,000 square feet of factory floor space and includes more than 700 tools required to operate 78 positions.
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