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MessageSujet: Re: Armée norvegienne/Norwegian Armed Forces   Dim 21 Fév 2010 - 22:47

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MessageSujet: Re: Armée norvegienne/Norwegian Armed Forces   Mer 3 Mar 2010 - 17:57

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Norwegian Defence Procurement Division contracts Thales for a significant extension of its secure information exchange service


The Norwegian Defence Procurement Division (NDPD) has signed a new contract with Thales for further development of XOmail, an efficient and fully secure communication system, in order to provide a secure information exchange service for all defence branches.
The goal is to satisfy the need for a secure information exchange service that can be used on all levels in the armed forces; from the headquarters at the strategic level and all the way down to dismounted soldiers or vehicles at the battlefield level. The extended system will also provide interoperability within the Armed Forces (Joint, Land, Sea and Air) as well as interoperability with NATO and other allies.
“Providing secure communication solutions is at the core of Thales’s competences which have been proven through decades. This is a major development contract and we are looking forward to enabling interoperability supporting effective communication, both within the Norwegian Armed Forces and towards allies”, says Glenn Pedersen, Thales’s Vice President in Norway.
XOmail, a fully secure communication system
Thales’s XOmail is a key component in information handling and transfer as part of C4ISR solutions (Command, Control, Communication, Computer, Intelligence, Surveillance & Reconnaissance). Today XOmail is used at the strategic level as the national Military Message Handling System in several NATO nations, as well as at the tactical level in the Norwegian Army and Navy. XOmail offers powerful desk-to-desk messaging functions and Battle Log features.
The system has been developed and adapted to the needs in The Norwegian Armed Forces and other nations for more than 20 years.

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MessageSujet: Re: Armée norvegienne/Norwegian Armed Forces   Ven 5 Mar 2010 - 17:49

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BAE Systems today announced a teaming arrangement with Kongsberg Devotek A/S of Norway to develop a new system of gears and transmissions for the Spitterskyddad Enhets Platform (SEP) 8x8 armored vehicle.


Kongsberg, BAE Systems team up for Norway's SEP armored vehicle development

SEP is a family of wheeled and tracked vehicles providing superior survivability and a unique level of flexibility to meet the needs of current and future forces around the globe. SEP [was] displayed during the IDEX exhibition in Abu Dhabi (22-26 February 2009).
“Selecting Kongsberg Devotek A/S is a result of a long search for good partners for the SEP program to benefit our customers”, says Hans Häggberg, purchasing director at BAE Systems Hägglunds. “We have a long and successful history working with the Norwegian industrial base and this partnership builds a strong base for continued success allowing us to leverage our people, products and technology worldwide to fulfill our customer needs.” SEP will benefit militaries around the globe by using a universal platform to fulfill many different operational roles. The vehicle is years ahead of its competitors in innovation with a focus on low costs during its entire service life.
"The contract with BAE Systems is of great importance to Devotek and a milestone in our efforts of obtaining a deeper and wider engagement in the defence business—a strategic focus for the company for several years," says Dr. Bård Vestgård, Manager for Project & Technology at Kongsberg Devotek.
This partnership is the result of an extensive selection process to find a supplier which is able to offer best value and has an ability to deliver pre-series hardware within the extremely short project time. It requires delivery of a complete SEP system including development, delivery of prototype equipment and support
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MessageSujet: Re: Armée norvegienne/Norwegian Armed Forces   Jeu 29 Avr 2010 - 19:08

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MessageSujet: Re: Armée norvegienne/Norwegian Armed Forces   Mer 12 Mai 2010 - 1:22

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Lockheed Martin Completes Delivery Of C-130J Airlifters

MARIETTA, Ga., May 11th, 2010 -- Lockheed Martin completed deliveries of the four C 130Js ordered by the Royal Norwegian Air Force at a ceremony here today with U.S. and Norwegian officials.

Lockheed Martin received a contract from the U.S. government in November 2007 for the purchase of four C-130J Super Hercules airlifters, plus initial spares and training, through the Foreign Military Sales (FMS) program. Lockheed Martin delivered Norway’s first C-130J in November 2008 and its second in April 2009.

"As the first C-130J FMS order, the Norway contract was an important milestone for sales of the C-130J around the world," said Julie Whitehead, director, Norway C-130J program for Lockheed Martin. "Two years ago, Norway joined the ever-growing list of countries that realize the flexibility of the Super Hercules and the benefits it brings to a nation’s overall airlift capability. With today’s acceptance of two more aircraft, the Royal Norwegian Air Force is among those countries with the most advanced cargo fleets in the world."

Norway's C-130Js are much more operationally efficient than the 1968-vintage C-130Hs the nation had been operating. The C-130J can fly farther, faster, with more payload and higher reliability. The new fleet enables Norway to fully meet its national airlift mission requirements and those missions in support of international organizations like the U.N. and NATO.
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MessageSujet: Re: Armée norvegienne/Norwegian Armed Forces   Mar 1 Juin 2010 - 12:21

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Kongsberg Delivers Navigation Simulator to Norwegian Naval Academy
Kongsberg Maritime has delivered a new high-speed navigation simulator to the Royal Norwegian Naval Academy.
The new Polaris ship's bridge simulator exactly replicates the bridge aboard the navy's Skjold Class missile torpedo boats (MTB).
The Skjold simulator features a 240° visual system that provides highly realistic scenarios for officer training while simulating the Skjold MTB movements at sea.
In addition, the bridge simulator is interfaced to real navigation equipment, which comprises three multifunction displays, AP 2000 adaptive autopilot, custom-made bridge consoles and a voyage data recorder as well as operator panels and control systems for four gas turbines.
Kongsberg Maritime previously delivered six Polaris bridge simulators, one frigate trainer and one desktop engine room simulator to the academy.
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MessageSujet: Re: Armée norvegienne/Norwegian Armed Forces   Mar 1 Juin 2010 - 16:47

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Future acquisitions for the Norwegian Armed Forces
The Norwegian Ministry of Defence (MoD) today published an overview of future acquisitions for the Norwegian Armed Forces (FANAF) for 2010-2017. As part of the overall planning for the Norwegian Armed Forces, the Norwegian Ministry of Defence (MoD) is also responsible for the planning of the military’s materiel investments.

FANAF 2010-2017 does not, for various reasons, provide information about projects that cannot be made public. This may include, for example, plans that are covered by the Norwegian Security Act and are therefore kept from public access.
The document features on the Armed Forces’ section of this website http://www.regjeringen.no as an electronic document and will not be published in paper format.

In the Report to the Storting (the Norwegian Parliament) no. 38 (2006-2007) the Norwegian Armed Forces and the manufacturing industries – strategic partners, the government’s strategy for strengthening the industrial political aspects of the Norwegian Armed Forces materiel investments was outlined. Based on the needs of the Armed Forces, the strategy for the industrial political aspects of the Armed Forces’ acquisitions shall contribute to increased national wealth creation and to the development of a competitive industry, and also provide the Armed Forces with the necessary access to expertise, materiel and services. Furthermore, the strategic collaboration between the Armed Forces, research and development environments and industry shall be strengthened. The collaboration will include national and international projects.

One of the main elements in the strategy is early dialogue between the parties, including communication of short-term and long-term materiel needs. In the Report to the Storting it is stated, among other things, that the MoD will work towards ensuring “… that the Armed Forces and the manufacturing industries share information about industrial options for the Armed Forces’ planned acquisitions at the earliest possible juncture”. It is further stated that the collaboration between the Armed Forces and the manufacturing industries shall “… be based on the existing materiel plans…”.

A central feature of the materiel planning is the annual preparation of long-term materiel plans (LTMP). The plan outlines priorities and focus areas related to the Defence Sector’s materiel investments and has an eight-year time frame. Based on the LTMP the MoD now publishes an overview of future acquisitions for the Norwegian Armed Forces (FANAF) for 2010-2017. The purpose of this is to give the manufacturing industries an early insight into possible materiel investments and so contribute to developing Norwegian manufacturing industries’ ability to support the needs of the Armed Forces. At the same time, FANAF 2010-2017 will strengthen Norwegian manufacturing industries’ chances of participating in international materiel collaboration and ensure that Norwegian companies obtain the best chance to be able to supply materiel and services to the Armed Forces, where this is considered appropriate.

The Armed Forces’ materiel investments are subject to decisions and approval including those of the MoD and the Storting. At the time of publishing FANAF 2010 – 2017 contains descriptions of projects that are not currently formally approved in accordance with approval procedures. The projects are therefore categorised as possible projects (POP) and planned projects (PP). The MoDs feel that it is important to emphasise that while a project is in the possible or planned project portfolio that there will always be a level of uncertainty related to whether the project will be carried out. By making the user of the FANAF 2010 – 2017 report aware of this uncertainty, the MoD is attaching reservations to whether an individual project will be approved and also regarding the ultimate content and extent of the project.
Approved projects (AP) will not be discussed in the FANAF. Information about projects in this category can be found, among other places, on the home page of the Norwegian Defence Logistics Organisation (NDLO).


Investements in the defence sector

The Defence Sector is made up of the Ministry of Defence (MoD) and the subordinatebodies: the Norwegian Armed Forces, the Norwegian National Security Authority (NSM),The Norwegian Defence Estates Agency (NDEA) and the Norwegian Defence ResearchEstablishment. All investments in the Defence Sector are decided by the MoD, and sub-ordinate bodies carry out investment activities as instructed. The Defence Sector have introduced a project model (PRINSIX) that describes phases, decision points and roles/responsibilities. This ensures a standard and overall implementation of the investments. The MoD has set up several programmes to follow up the progress of the investment work.

Project ideas can come from anyone within the defence sector, or on the basis of the strategic planning work. The ideas are presented and dealt with in the programme areas.The programmes recommend to the MoD which projects shall be prioritised and continued.If it is decided to go ahead with the idea for the project, this may result in the commence-ment of a conceptual study or the setting up of a preliminary project. The decision however may be, not to go ahead with the idea for the project or to put the idea on hold.

In a conceptual study alternative concept shall be assessed in relation to real needs. This will usually be an assessment of how different capacity needs can be resolved in conceptually different ways. When this is done previous experiences are also often evaluated next to new concepts, continuation, or entirely new concepts. These may be combined with each other. Conceptual Solution (CS) is the term for the document that is submitted as a basis for the decision at the end of the concept phase. In addition to beinga central decision-making document, the document is the basis for external qualityassurance in accordance with guidelines from the Norwegian Ministry of Finance. A project in this phase is called a “possible project” and is given the code POP.
Once conceptual studies have been carried out, work on setting up a Procurement Solution (PS) for the approval of the project is commenced. A project in this phase is called a “planned project” and is given the code POP. In practice, most smaller projects go directly to this phase without first preparing a CS. PS shall, among other things, account for alternative procurement strategies (Public Private Partnership, renting/leasing, Foreign Military Sales (FMS), second-hand purchases, traditional purchases and similar), and give a justified description of which procurement strategy shall be used. The procurement through NAMSA (NATO Maintenance and Supply Agency) or NATO C3 (Command, Control & Communications) Agency shall always be considered as a possible procurement strategy. PS will further explain the choice of procurement method, the use of advance payments, options, repurchase conditions and other con¬tractual conditions. Part 3 of the Norwegian Armed Forces Procurement Directive (ARF) describes the contractual strategy requirements. The main rule for all procurements is that they shall occur through tender.

The biggest and most extensive materiel projects in the Armed Forces - with a cost framework of over NOK 500 million - are called Category 1 projects. Such projects require the Storting’s approval for either setting up or changing the cost framework. Projects with a cost framework less than NOK 500 million are approved by the MoD.

Once the project has been approved for implementation, MoD sends out an Implemen¬tation Commission (IC) to the relevant department. A project in this phase is called an “approved project” and is given the code AP.

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MessageSujet: Re: Armée norvegienne/Norwegian Armed Forces   Mer 30 Juin 2010 - 17:57

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Final C-130J delivered to Norway early

WRIGHT-PATTERSON AFB, Ohio | The Royal Norwegian Air Force will take delivery today of its fourth C-130J Super Hercules, a full 60 days earlier than the projected delivery date.

The agreement between the U.S. Air Force and the Royal Norwegian Air Force was the first sale of a C-130J via the foreign military sales process. The case included four aircraft, spare parts, technical publications and training at a cost of $519 million.

"From the very beginning, this case has served as an example of how to conduct foreign military sales," said Lt. Col. Peter Eide, 657th Aeronautical Systems Squadron commander. "The Air Force Security Assistance Center, the Warner Robins Air Logistics Center, Lockheed-Martin, the Air Force Security Assistance Training squadron, along with the people here in our program office have all worked extremely hard to deliver this vital capability to an important international partner."

Beginning in mid-2007, this case got a quick start when AFSAC turned the request from the Norwegian Ministry of Defense in less than half the normal processing time. This start allowed the process to beat milestones along the way, to conclude with the final aircraft delivery two months early.

With an additional 15 feet of fuselage increasing usable space in the cargo compartment, the C-130J incorporates state-of-the-art technology to reduce manpower requirements, lower operating and support costs and provide life-cycle cost savings compared to earlier C-130 models. Compared to older C-130s, the J model climbs faster and higher, flies farther at a higher cruise speed and takes off and lands in a shorter distance.

This newly built aircraft includes an advanced two-pilot flight station with fully integrated digital avionics; color multifunctional liquid crystal displays and head-up displays; state-of-the-art navigation systems with dual inertial navigation system and global positioning system; fully integrated defensive systems; low-power color radar; digital moving map display; new turboprop engines with six-bladed, all-composite propellers; digital auto pilot; improved fuel, environmental and ice-protection systems; and an enhanced cargo-handling system.
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MessageSujet: Re: Armée norvegienne/Norwegian Armed Forces   Mar 6 Juil 2010 - 16:59

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Rheinmetall: 100% takeover of Norway’s Simrad Optronics ASA; squeeze-out procedure successfully executed
Rheinmetall AG of Düsseldorf, Germany, has completed its takeover of Simrad Optronics ASA of Nøtterøy, Norway. Following its submission on 6 May 2010 of a public buyout bid to the company’s shareholders, and the end of the offer phase, Rheinmetall now holds 100% of Simrad Optronics ASA stock. This necessitated a squeeze-out procedure conducted in accordance with the Norwegian Companies Act.

Simrad Optronics ASA produces components for remote control weapon stations, electro-optical devices and weapon system upgrades for a global client base. In 2009 the company’s 200 employees generated sales of approximately NOK 624 million, equating to around €80 million.

Germany’s globe-spanning Rheinmetall Group is a top supplier of state-of-the-art defence technology and automotive components.

The Group’s defence technology arm, Rheinmetall Defence, equips the world’s armies with a comprehensive array of military vehicles, weapons and ammunition, air defence systems, propellants, defence electronics, and simulation and training technology. At home and abroad, Rheinmetall Defence’s 9,300-strong staff generated sales in fiscal 2009 of around €1.9 billion.
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MessageSujet: Re: Armée norvegienne/Norwegian Armed Forces   Sam 24 Juil 2010 - 14:56

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Norwegian F-16




Royal Norwegian Air Force F-16 Fighting Falcon takes off on a mission from Kabul, Afghanistan. They are supporting security operations by participating in various ways, with the International Security Assistance Force (ISAF). ISAF's primary role is to support the Government of Afghanistan in providing and maintaining a secure environment in order to facilitate the re-building of Afghanistan. ISAF integrates its efforts with the highest levels of authority at the Government of Afghanistan, with the United Nations Assistance Mission to Afghanistan (UNAMA), with the Combined Forces Command-Afghanistan, the US-led Coalition, and with other actors of the international community.

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MessageSujet: Re: Armée norvegienne/Norwegian Armed Forces   Jeu 12 Aoû 2010 - 16:14

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Kongsberg signed a contract with Norwegian and Swedish for Artillery

Kongsberg has signed a contract with the Norwegian (FLO) and Swedish (FMV) Defence Forces for adaptation and delivery of ODIN Fire Support System for the Artillery.
The contract is part of the Norwegian – Swedish Artillery cooperation where ODIN Fire Support System will be the common system for the ARCHER artillery platforms. ODIN manages the Artillery’s operations through the chain of command and integrates observations instruments, communication solutions, command posts and guns.
This contract is a continuation of an earlier signed agreement this year with the Norwegian Defence Forces. The total scope for Kongsberg is MNOK 96, scheduled for delivery over a two-year period.
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MessageSujet: Re: Armée norvegienne/Norwegian Armed Forces   Jeu 16 Sep 2010 - 13:53

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Premier d'une série de 6 unités, le patrouilleur lance-missiles Skjold a été admis au service actif la semaine dernière au sein de la marine norvégienne. Equipé d'un système de combat SENIT 2000, conçu et intégré par DCNS, cet étonnant bâtiment à effet de surface mesure 47.5 mètres de long pour un déplacement de 273 tonnes en charge. Propulsé par quatre turbines Pratt & Whitney et deux hydrojets Kamewa, il développe plus de 16.000 cv et peut atteindre la vitesse de 60 noeuds. Furtif, le Skjold dispose d'une coque catamaran en composite. Mis en oeuvre par un équipage de 20 marins, le patrouilleur embarque une tourelle de 76mm, 8 missiles antinavire NSM et un système surface-air Simbad (missiles Mistral). Le radar principal est un MRR-3D. Mis sur cale en 1997 aux chantiers Kvaerner de Mandal et livré deux ans plus tard, l'achèvement de la tête de série aura donc été très long. Ses deux premiers sisterships pourraient être opérationnels d'ici la fin de l'année, les autres suivant en 2011
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MessageSujet: Re: Armée norvegienne/Norwegian Armed Forces   Lun 27 Sep 2010 - 19:20

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Sensors from CASSIDIAN protect Norwegian F-16 fighters

Delivery of more than 100 missile warning sensors by 2011
Cassidian, the recently renamed defence and security pillar of EADS, will protect the F-16 fighter aircraft of the Royal Norwegian Airforce (RnoAF) against missile attacks. Cassidian Electronics has received a multi-million euro contract from RNoAF to deliver more than 100 AN/AAR-60 (V) 2 MILDS F sensors (MILDS F = Missile Launch Detection System, Fighter). Deliveries will commence in June 2011. During the project execution phase close contact to local authorities is supported by Oslo-based EADS Norway.

“MILDS F with its very low false alarm rate and fast detection combined with automatic initiation of countermeasures relieves the pilot’s workload in time-critical situations and ensures the safe return of both crew and aircraft”, explains Bernd Wenzler, CEO of Cassidian Electronics

MILDS F is a passive, imaging sensor detecting the UV radiation signature of approaching missiles. The extremely high resolution combined with rapid processing enables very reliable threat identification and virtually eliminates false alarms. Several sensors linked to a Countermeasure Signal Processor provide full spherical coverage and rapid reaction. The system allows flexible installation in either pylons, pods or in the fuselage of fighter aircraft. MILDS F considerably enhances the protection against anti aircraft missiles such as shoulder-fired infrared-guided missiles, which cannot be detected by current warning systems.

MILDS F is currently under implementation into operational use onboard the Royal Danish Airforce F-16A/B Block 15. Here, 6 MILDS F sensors (3 on each wing) and one processor are integrated into TERMA A/S’ Pylon Integrated Dispenser System (PIDS+) and Electronic Combat Integrated Pylon System (ECIPS+) and linked to the AN/ALQ-213 EW Management System. MILDS F is based on the MILDS (Missile Launch Detection System) sensor proven in service aboard a huge variety of rotary wing and wide body aircraft, including Tiger, NH90, CH-53, CH-47 and C-130 and is especially designed to operate in the harsh fighter aircraft environment. MILDS® F is also ideally suited for installation on other fighter aircraft like Tornado, Eurofighter or Gripen.
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MessageSujet: Re: Armée norvegienne/Norwegian Armed Forces   Mer 29 Sep 2010 - 15:12

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NORFOLK (Sept. 27, 2010) The Norwegian diesel electric submarine HNOMS UTVAER (S303) arrives at Naval Station Norfolk. The arrival marks the first time a Norwegian submarine has pulled into a U.S. port. UTVAER will play a part in anti-submarine training while operating with the Enterprise Carrier Strike Group. (U.S. Navy photo by Chief Mass Communication Specialist Marlowe P. Dix)

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MessageSujet: Re: Armée norvegienne/Norwegian Armed Forces   Jeu 30 Sep 2010 - 18:24

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Norway Delays F-35 Purchase
HELSINKI - The Norwegian government will delay its purchase of F-35A Joint Strike Fighters, one of the first concrete decisions in a Ministry of Defense (MoD) effort to increase efficiency and reduce costs in 2011-12.

The drive is expected to affect the Armed Forces Command's (AFC's) ability to fund operations and exercises, upgrade garrison facilities and train the Army, Navy and Air Force, opposition party leaders said
All three branches may be forced to reduce normal duties, pilot training, land force exercises, sea time for warships and routine air surveillance.
Defense Minister Grete Faremo said the delay reflected Norway's desire to buy a "more mature" aircraft at an optimum production cost, not any weakening of confidence in the JSF project, in which Norway is a Tier-3 partner.
"We are still fully committed to the JSF project," Faremo said in a Sept. 27 statement.
Previously, Norway had planned to accept F-35A training aircraft in 2014 and operational aircraft in 2016 and 2017; those dates have been shifted to 2016 and 2018, she said.
Faremo said the United States will bear all expenses related to the delay.
She also said the delay will not impede efforts by Norwegian industries to negotiate up to $5 billion in F-35-related offset contracts from U.S. partners.
"Norwegian industry has already obtained contracts worth $350 million. Overall, the industry has good prospects to secure contracts for more than $5 billion," Faremo said.
The delay will force the MoD to rethink upgrades for the Air Force's F-16s, said Lars Nilssen, an Oslo-based industry analyst.
"The military will argue that if the fighter program is being pushed back, then at least some of the current stock of F-16s will need to be upgraded to extend their life-service. There is no budget for this at present, so this is something the government will need to look at," said Nilssen.
The delay also pushes back a decision, previously expected next year, among three possible High North locations for the F-35's home base.
The government has laid out its proposals to restrain defense spending and seek efficiencies in the MoD's 2011 Planning Foundation document sent to to Norway's chief of defense, Gen. Harald Sunde.
The MoD is due to publish its 2011 budget in October.
"There are conflicting reports and estimates about what budget will be available to the military in 2011," analyst Nilssen said. "The most reliable data suggests that the budget may be cut by as much as NOK 550 million [$94 million]. The fear is that this lower level of spending will force the military to cut back on training and exercises. A true picture of what the MoD is thinking will become apparent when the 2011 budget plan is published in the next week or so."
Norway will spend $6 billion on defense in 2010, including about $1.36 billion on procurement. Important current or upcoming purchases include Nansen-class frigates, NH90 helicopters, Skjold-class corvettes, the Archer artillery system and updated CV90 armored vehicles.
The leader of the opposition Progress Party, Siv Jensen, said his party has offered a motion to debate national defense in the Storting, Norway's national parliament.
"The cuts in military spending have already gone too far," Jensen said. "We have spent billions on new frigates only to have them stay in port longer because the funding isn't available to put them out to sea. We must have a lot more consistency between our defense ambitions and funding allocations. The military cannot function properly with all these cuts and uncertainties."
Faremo has dismissed allegations that the government has weakened its commitment to defense spending and national security. Norway is maintaining a high investment rate, with procurements amounting to between 20 and 25 percent of the total defense budget in 2010, she said Sept. 22 at the Nordic Defense Conference 2010 in Oslo.
"We have one of the highest material investment rates in NATO, and one surpassed only by the U.S. and Britain," she said.
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MessageSujet: Re: Armée norvegienne/Norwegian Armed Forces   Lun 1 Nov 2010 - 18:40

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KMW heavy armoured vehicles to protect Norwegian soldiers in Afghanistan


The Norwegian Army has responded to the increased threat of attacks by commissioning Krauss-Maffei Wegmann (KMW) with the delivery of 20 DINGO 2 heavily armoured wheeled vehicles.
KMW heavy armoured vehicles to protect Norwegian soldiers in Afghanistan



The troops operating at the Hindu Kush are in need of the vehicles more than ever; since the beginning of the year, soldiers have been confronted with an increasing number of assaults by insurgents. By the end of November, the first ten vehicles shall be delivered by KMW and transported to the operational area. The remaining vehicles will follow in February 2011.
Belgium, Germany, Luxembourg, Austria and the Czech Republic also make
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MessageSujet: Re: Armée norvegienne/Norwegian Armed Forces   Lun 29 Nov 2010 - 12:39

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Nammo to Develop Ammunition for F35 Lightning II

The Norwegian Defence Logistics Organisation has awarded a contract to Nammo for the development of 25mm APEX ammunition and associated training ammunition for the Lockheed Martin F35 Lightning II fighter jet.
The Uranium-free APEX ammunition can be used against both air and ground targets.
The ammunition also offers a viable alternative for countries that continue to use aircraft ammunition that contains depleted uranium.
The training ammunition is based on Reduced Ricochet Risk technology and provides enhanced safety in connection with firing exercises.
Nammo will complete the NOK66m ($10.8m) project by the end of 2012.

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MessageSujet: Re: Armée norvegienne/Norwegian Armed Forces   Mer 15 Déc 2010 - 11:54

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ITT selected to produce submarine-based surveillance systems for Norway


Norwegian ULA class submarine Utstein (KNM 302), seen from a US helicopter, participates in NATO exercise.

CLIFTON, N.J. | ITT Corporation (NYSE: ITT) has won a contract from the Norwegian Defense Logistics Organization to provide six tactical radar Electronic Support Measures (ESM) and surveillance systems for its Ula Class submarines.

ESM systems play an important role in a submarine's defenses. By monitoring electromagnetic energy, the crew can detect, intercept, locate, or analyze sources of those signals to detect other vessels or objects, and determine if any of these are a threat to the submarine. ITT's solution, based on its ES-3701 precision ESM system, is in use by numerous navies around the world. The system is ideally suited for ship, submarine and coastal surveillance, as well as land-based applications. In addition, the equipment has advanced capabilities for long-range radar signal acquisition, classification and intelligence.

"With our established in-country support and ability to offer early delivery of a solution that provides commonality across the Norwegian fleet, ITT is committed to helping Norway achieve its mission," said Bill Devlin, vice president of ITT's Radar Reconnaissance and Acoustic Systems business area. "This win continues to position us as a premier international supplier of ESM systems."

Work will be performed by ITT's Radar, Reconnaissance and Acoustic Systems business area, a leader in global solutions for battlespace situational awareness, electronic warfare and countermeasures.
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MessageSujet: Re: Armée norvegienne/Norwegian Armed Forces   Dim 2 Jan 2011 - 12:59

Le Thor Heyerdahl ( F314 ) le 12-12-10 .... pour info, Il sera livré dans quelques jours !






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MessageSujet: Re: Armée norvegienne/Norwegian Armed Forces   Ven 7 Jan 2011 - 12:14

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Fewer Norwegian F-16 scrambles in 2010




The Royal Norwegian Air Force made half as many scrambles to identify Russian aricraft in 2010 compared to the previous year.
In all the artic F-16s got airborne 36 times and identified 37 Russian planes, according to the Norwegian broadcasting service NRK.no. This follows the trend over the past two years. In 2009, 77 aircraft were identified against 87 in 2008.

The lower activty is linked to changes in Russian air operations. The Russians have moved its air base for escorting fighters. Flights and training activity follow more north- and western routes into the Norwegian Sea and North Sea, outside the normal sphere of interest of the RNoAF.

There were no reported violations of Norwegian airspace in 2010. There were also no indications that Norwegian targets were the focus of Russian training activities, as it was in 2007 and 2008.

Russia resumed patrols in the Barents region in 2007 after an extended layoff that followed the end of the Cold War. In 2007, NATO fighter jets scrambled 47 times and identified 88 strategic Russian bombers.
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MessageSujet: Re: Armée norvegienne/Norwegian Armed Forces   Jeu 20 Jan 2011 - 15:32

Comme a été déjà avancé par Fremo la 314 a été livré le 18/01/2011

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NAVANTIA DELIVERS THE FRIGATE F-314 “THOR HEYERDAHL” TO THE ROYAL NORWEGIAN NAVY




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NORWAY RECEIVES THE LAST FRIGATE OF THE SERIES OF 5 THAT THIS COUNTRY ORDERED TO NAVANTIA IN 2000




Navantia has commissioned on January, 18th., the frigate F-314 “Thor Heyerdahl” to the Royal Norwegian Navy. The ceremony, that took place at the Fene-Ferrol shipyard, has been attended by the Director of NDLO, General Trond Karlsen, the Chief of Norwegian Navy, Admiral Haakon Bruun Hansen, the President of SEPI, Enrique Martínez Robles and the President of Navantia, Aurelio Martínez Estévez.
The delivery protocol has been signed by the Director of the shipyard, Esteban García Vilasánchez, and the Director of NDLO, General Trond Karlsen.
After the signature of the protocol and the change of flags, the Chief of Navy has inspected the crew, and the crew has marched on board. Afterwards the guests have had the opportunity to go on board the “Thor Heyerdahl”.
The frigate F-314 “Thor Heyerdahl is the fourth of the series of five F-310 class frigates, ordered to Navantia by the Royal Norwegian Navy. Launched in February 2009, is the last unit of the programme, defined as a success by NDLO and the Royal Norwegian Navy. In words of General Karlsen “this ship is the most advanced of the series and Navantia has completely fulfilled the requirements of the Norwegian Navy”.
The main characteristics of these ships, equipped with the American AEGIS combat system, are:
Length overall: 133,25 m.
Maximum beam: 16,80 m.
Depth to main deck: 9,50 m.
Full load displacement: 5.130 t.
Design draught: 4,90 m.
Crew: 146 people
The contract for the construction of 5 frigates was signed in June 2000, after an international tender and with the main occidental shipyards as competitors, and means the biggest export contract of the history of naval construction in Spain.

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MessageSujet: Re: Armée norvegienne/Norwegian Armed Forces   Dim 27 Mar 2011 - 1:21

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A RNoAF F-16 drops a GPS guided JDAM on a Libyan air base bunker late Friday night. The munition penetrates the roof and detonates inside the bunker. In all eight munitions have been dropped in three days of combat sorties and there are no indications that civilian lives have been lost.
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Norwegain F-16 back at Souda Air Base at Crete after fligths over Libya where they delivered total of three bombs during the mission under Operation Odyssey Dawn
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Norwegain F-16 figther plane at Souda Air Base at Crete due to nigth flying under Operation Odyssey Dawn. The picture is taken thru nigth vision goggles
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MessageSujet: Re: Armée norvegienne/Norwegian Armed Forces   Ven 1 Avr 2011 - 16:28

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Sisu Defence Oy delivered the 1st batch of air defence system vehicles to Norwegian Kongsberg



Supplier of military trucks, Sisu Defence Oy, has delivered the 1st batch of Sisu 8x8 and Sisu 4x4 off-road military trucks to be used in the Finnish Defence Forces’ new NASAMS FIN air defence system.

Trucks in question were delivered to Norway’s premier supplier for defence and aerospace-related systems, Kongsberg Defence & Aerospace AS, who is engaged in a turnkey delivery of NASAMS FIN air defence system ordered by Materiel Command of Finnish Army.

"This vehicle delivery is an important milestone in the NASAMS FIN delivery project, says Engineer in charge," Erik Godstad, Kongsberg Defence & Aerospace AS.

"Delivered Sisu trucks suit very well for NASAMS air defence system. Certain additional features required by the system have been implemented to the trucks during manufacturing with great flexibility, and in agreed schedule," Mr. Godstad continues.

Heavy-duty four-axle Sisu 8x8 off-road trucks shall be used in the subsystems forming the NASAMS FIN air defence system. These trucks are equipped with Multilift hook-lifts integrated to truck frame, and with cargo platforms suitable to be operated with a hook-lift.

Delivery includes also Sisu 4x4 off-road trucks to serve, for example, in logistics and support functions of the air defence system.

Value of the truck deliveries all together is approximately EUR 17 Million. The deliveries shall continue through 2014.

Turn-key supplier of the NASAMS FIN, Kongsberg Defence & Aerospace AS, belongs to an international, knowledge-based KONGSBERG group that supplies high-technology systems and solutions to customers engaged in the oil and gas industry, the merchant marine, and the defence and aerospace industries. In 2009, KONGSBERG had a turnover of NOK 13.8 billion and 5 423 employees in more than 25 countries. Sisu Defence Oy has agreed about marketing related co-operation with Kongsberg Defence & Aerospace AS.

"We strongly believe that the ongoing co-operation with KONGSBERG advances our foray to offer also other Sisu military trucks to wider international market," says Jyri Ahonen, Managing Director of Sisu Defence Oy.
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MessageSujet: Re: Armée norvegienne/Norwegian Armed Forces   Mar 12 Avr 2011 - 15:35

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Norway To Buy First Four F-35s




LONDON — The Norwegian government plans to jump-start procurement of F-35 Joint Strike Fighter aircraft in order to receive the first aircraft in 2016 to commence training of pilots.
The parliament has proposed an initial buy of four Lockheed Martin F-35s. Those would arrive about two years ahead of the broader introduction of the stealth fighter into the country’s air force inventory.
The government puts the price tag for the deal at 4.8 billion Norwegian kronor ($883 million).
Defense Minister Grete Faremo says the purchase “is an important step to maintaining a satisfactory operational combat aircraft capacity in the transition phase between the F-16 and F-35.”
The government also says it has reviewed the broader F-35 costs and found that the purchase price for the 56 fighters used in the planning assumption is only 2.5% above the 2008 cost assumption. The figures reflect the latest updates from the U.S. government, according to the defense ministry.
The total procurement cost has increased to 52 billion kronor from 43 billion kronor in the past three years; five billion kronor of that difference is an inflation adjustment and four billion kronor reflects exchange rate changes, the ministry says.
The government explains that the relatively modest cost increase reflects the fact that the U.S. is absorbing cost overruns in the development phase, and that the 2008 estimate already reflected many of the changes in procurement costs.
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