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MessageSujet: Re: Armée norvegienne/Norwegian Armed Forces   Lun 17 Oct 2011 - 17:12

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Saab receives order on steering control consoles for Norwegian ULA-class submarine

Defence and security company Saab AB has signed a contract with Norwegian Defence Logistics Organization for upgrade of the steering control consoles on the ULA-class submarine. The order value amounts to SEK105 million [$15.978 million; €11.502 million - Ed.] and will be carried out between 2011 and 2016.

The order will secure new high technology components in the steering control consoles regarding autopilot functionality and integration for the Norwegian ULA-class submarines.

“The selection of Saab to provide the steering control console upgrade for ULA-class submarines show Saab’s position as a leading supplier in the naval market,” says Mats Pettersson, Head of Marketing and Sales at Saab’s business area Support and Services.
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MessageSujet: Re: Armée norvegienne/Norwegian Armed Forces   Mer 19 Oct 2011 - 12:41

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ITT Receives $27 Million Contract to Equip Norwegian Armed Forces with Night Vision Systems


ROANOKE, Va. | ITT Corporation announced that it has received a $27 million contract from the Norwegian Defence Logistics Organisation to further equip the Norwegian Armed Forces with Generation 3 night vision systems. The contract is composed of ITT’s latest technology regarding monocular night vision devices and related accessories and includes options for future procurements.

“This contract win from Norway allows ITT to increase our footprint within the international community,” said Bruce A. Wald, vice president and general manager for ITT’s Night Vision & Imaging business. “Our combat-proven night vision devices are highly reliable and cost effective, and we remain unwavering in our dedication to provide the best night vision technology to our international allies to ensure national security and interoperability between coalition forces.”

This latest procurement reflects an amendment to a contract that was first awarded to ITT in 2006. Since then, ITT has delivered more than 10,000 night vision monoculars that have been used within all branches of the Norwegian Military forces. ITT’s latest technology is the most advanced night vision technology available today and provides outstanding resolution for target recognition and identification. These rugged devices can be used in a variety of operational scenarios and operate on a standard battery.
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MessageSujet: Re: Armée norvegienne/Norwegian Armed Forces   Ven 21 Oct 2011 - 12:59

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Norway soars into first RF-Alaska

JOINT BASE ELMENDORF-RICHARDSON, Alaska – History was made during the most recent Red Flag-Alaska. The Royal Norwegian Air Force made its debut with 23 airmen and one C-130 Hercules from the 135th Air Wing of Gardermoen Air Station, Norway.

Four times a year JBER and Eielson Air Force Base host RF-Alaska, a Pacific Air Forces-directed field training exercise for U.S. and coalition forces flown under simulated air combat conditions. The latest 10-day exercise kicked off Oct. 6 and will continue through Oct. 21.

Norway’s Lt. Col. Truls Orpen, 135th Wing, stressed the significance of his squadron’s participation in RF-Alaska.

“Red Flag-Alaska is very important to us due to the fact that it’s one of those few chances we have to take part in a large exercise where we have all the aspects of air power and threat environments,” Orpen said.

U.S. Air Force Lt. Col. Kevin Dolata, 353rd Combat Training Squadron, Detachment 1 director of operations, said he was happy to have the RNAF participate and it’s always a great experience when a new country is able to participate in RF-Alaska for their first time.

“It’s absolutely exciting, it’s a great opportunity to build on and improve the bond with our coalition partners,” Dolata said.

Dolata said the whole idea behind RF-Alaska is so other U.S. units along with international partners can all come together under one umbrella and see how one another operates and executes their missions. He also mentioned it’s very important to know how one another operate because somewhere down the road we may need to assist one another, he added.

In Norway, most of the squadron’s training is tactical, including air drops and assault landings. In Alaska, Norway’s air force is able to enhance training on a much larger scale including man-portable air-defense systems, missiles, ground radar and other various ground electronic devices.

Along with training against ground threats, the Norwegians fly together with an abundant amount of aircraft and airspace. RF-Alaska gives those who participate more than 67,000-square miles to conduct training scenarios.

“Flying together with more aircraft here, we’re more a part of the air war,” Opren said. “This is something we don’t get in Norway; at home we train on our own.”

Another advantage of training with so many aircraft and air crew is seeing some of the different techniques. Opren said they’re able to see what works and what doesn’t for their air force and piece everything together making themselves the best that they can be.

“It’s important for the entire fleet being here,” Opren said. “That’s the only way to get the experience, is to make sure you see the tactics work and what doesn’t work.”

This is also something that Opren wants his airmen to take away from this exercise. He wants them to see the proficiency that can come about when everything they’ve worked on at home and things they’ve picked up here are put together in a training scenario and results in success.

Norway’s Capt. Andre Pedersen, who participated in his first big exercise at RF-Alaska, was right on track with the lieutenant colonel. He said even the small things, like ensuring the maintenance is on cue, is an important part of the big picture of having a successful mission.

According to Opren, the planning stages are just as important as the execution portion of the training. He said there’s a lot to take into consideration and a lot of coordination when planning scenarios such as air traffic, with so many aircraft in the air at one time it’s important to know how to adapt and overcome.

RNAF flight commanders also get a big plus by participating in RF-Alaska, with this training they’re able to check off their “combat ready” status. They do lots of preparation up to this point but by flying in this exercise they can be officially combat ready.

Opren said he hopes that everyone from his crew walks away with lessons learned and hopes to continue future participation in RF-Alaska.
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MessageSujet: Re: Armée norvegienne/Norwegian Armed Forces   Sam 26 Nov 2011 - 0:44

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La marine norvégienne manque de personnel


Le déficit de personnel de la marine norvégienne est tel que seuls 5 bâtiments peuvent prendre la mer pour protéger les côtes.



Le manque de personnel qui affecte la marine norvégienne, fait que seuls 2 sous-marins et 3 frégates peuvent avoir un équipage en même temps, selon Bergens Tidende. Et les 6 embarcations rapides lance-torpilles sont actuellement interdites de navigation pour raisons de sécurité.

Le contre-amiral Bernt Grimstvedt, inspecteur général de la marine, refuse de révéler combien de bâtiments peuvent prendre la mer le long des côtes très étendues de la Norvège, parce que l’information est « classifiée, en particulier pour les forces spéciales et les sous-marins ».

Dans le même temps, l’Auditor General a fortement critiqué la marine pour ne pas avoir atteindre ses objectifs en 2010 pour ce qui concerne le nombre de jours de navigation, alors même que ces objectifs étaient encore plus faibles qu’en 2009.

« L’Auditor General se demande à quel moment les lourds investissements des dernières années vont permettre une plus grande capacité opérationnelle et une présence physique accrue dans les zones prioritaires, » indique son rapport.

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MessageSujet: Re: Armée norvegienne/Norwegian Armed Forces   Mar 29 Nov 2011 - 22:16


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MessageSujet: Re: Armée norvegienne/Norwegian Armed Forces   Sam 3 Déc 2011 - 14:01

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MessageSujet: Re: Armée norvegienne/Norwegian Armed Forces   Sam 3 Déc 2011 - 14:14

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Norway Takes Delivery of Its First NH90

An NH90 NFH during ship deck trials in Norway. (Photo: NH Industries)

17:03 GMT, December 2, 2011 AgustaWestland, a Finmeccanica company, is pleased to announce the delivery of the first NH90 NFH helicopter to the Norwegian Armed Forces. The delivery ceremony took place 30th November at AgustaWestland’s Vergiate facility in the presence of Brigadier General/Commander Frode R Flolo, NDLO Air Systems Division. The NH90 delivered is the first of 14 NH90s intended to replace the Lynx helicopters for the Coast Guard in addition to providing helicopter ASW capability to the new Nansen class frigates. The Norwegian NH90s will be based at Bardufoss Air Station where they will start their operational career after initial training. Norway is one of the nations selecting the NFH variant together with The Netherlands, France, Italy and Belgium. A total of 111 NH90 NFH naval helicopters have been ordered by these nations.

The NH90 NFH variant is primarily designed for autonomous and joint Anti-Submarine Warfare (ASW) and Anti Surface Warfare (ASuW) missions. The comprehensive mission equipment packages allow a wide range of additional missions to be performed including Search and Rescue (SAR), maritime patrol, vertical replenishment, troop transport, medical evacuation and amphibious support roles. The helicopter is designed for day and night operations in adverse weather conditions from the decks of ships. Because of its optimal weight and dimensions, the deck-lock system, the deck traversing system and the automatic blade and tail folding system, it can operate from small frigates even in high sea states. The NH90 is the most successful European helicopter programme ever. Firm orders have been placed by 14 countries including France, Germany, Italy, The Netherlands, Portugal, Sweden, Finland, Norway, Greece, Spain and Belgium in Europe, as well as Australia, New Zealand and Oman overseas. The NH90, developed in the TTH utility transport and NFH naval versions, proves the ideal solution to meet requirements of customers worldwide for a wide range of military roles. The NH90 programme is managed by NAHEMA (NATO Helicopter Management Agency) representing France, Germany, Italy, The Netherlands and Portugal, and by the NHIndustries industrial consortium comprising AgustaWestland (32%), Eurocopter (62.5%), Fokker (5.5%).

In the framework of the NH90 programme, AgustaWestland is responsible for the production of the main transmission, tail drive shafts, hydraulic system, automatic flight control system, rear ramp, rear fuselage and on-board computers. Furthermore, AgustaWestland is also responsible for the overall integration of the NH90 naval mission system for all NFH variants and in particular the electronic warfare system for Norway. AgustaWestland's Venice Tessera plant is the new final assembly line for the NH90s ordered by Italy (Army and Navy, 60 and 56 helicopters respectively), the Netherlands (20), Norway (14) and Portugal (10) giving a total of 160 helicopters so far.
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The NH90 NFH variant is primarily designed for autonomous and joint Anti-Submarine Warfare (ASW) and Anti Surface Warfare (ASuW) missions. The comprehensive mission equipment packages allow a wide range of additional missions to be performed including Search and Rescue (SAR), maritime patrol, vertical replenishment,

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MessageSujet: Re: Armée norvegienne/Norwegian Armed Forces   Mar 6 Déc 2011 - 19:55

Hier, le NH-90 n°049 était en route vers le Norvége






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MessageSujet: Re: Armée norvegienne/Norwegian Armed Forces   Mar 13 Déc 2011 - 16:55

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Raytheon Awarded Contract for NASAMS High-Mobility Launchers for Norway


TEWKSBURY, Mass., Dec. 12, 2011 /PRNewswire/ -- Raytheon Company (NYSE: RTN) has received a multimillion-dollar contract to provide International High-Mobility Launchers (HMLs) to the Royal Norwegian Air Force (RNoAF) for its National Advanced Surface-to-Air Missile System (NASAMS).

The HML is a lightweight missile launch platform that can carry up to six AMRAAM missiles mounted on a High-Mobility Multi-Wheeled Vehicle. The contract is part of the Royal Norwegian effort to upgrade, modernize and sustain RNoAF's NASAMS through the NASAMS Robustness Program.

"NASAMS has been fielded by Norway for more than a decade. The addition of the High-Mobility Launchers provides the Royal Norwegian Air Force with a highly mobile, quick-reaction, easily deployable solution," said Sanjay Kapoor, vice president for Integrated Air and Missile Defense at Raytheon's Integrated Defense Systems business. "We are proud to provide, with our partner KONGSBERG, additional superior integrated air and missile defense capability to Norway, and honored that the Royal Norwegian Air Force has placed its trust in this highly adaptable medium range air defense solution to protect high-value assets and maneuvering forces."

The International HML will provide current and future NASAMS users with increased air defense capability, including C-130 roll-on and roll-off agility. In addition, Raytheon will upgrade electronics for the canister launcher fleet to provide common launch electronics for both canister and HML launchers, for easier maintenance and reduced life-cycle costs.

The Raytheon-KONGSBERG NASAMS maximizes the warfighter's ability to identify, engage and destroy current and evolving enemy aircraft, UAV or cruise missile threats. NASAMS is operationally deployed in Norway, the Netherlands, Spain and the U.S. National Capital Region.

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MessageSujet: Re: Armée norvegienne/Norwegian Armed Forces   Mar 20 Déc 2011 - 10:31

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Norway extends F-16 life

The Norwegian military is continuing its F-16 life extension programme and replacing wings on all of its planes.

Although the cost if the new parts is to remain a secret, the planes are to receive the modification in order to enable them to stay in use. These new wings will increase the lifespan of the planes by 10 years.

The 57 F-16s are expected to be grounded in 2023 with the arrival of the new F-35 aircraft. These will not be delivered until 2018.

“We have already changed the wings on 20-25 of the planes and need to replace the wings on the rest. We do this in order to take better care of the fuselage”, Lieutenant Colonel Jørn Hoelsæther explained to Aftenposten.

This is not the first time that the F-16’s have received an upgrade. The engines were replaced in the 1990’s. Most of the instruments have also been modernised.

“We’ve got a bit of a worn out Golf, a serviceable engine, and the best stereo system,” said the Lt. Col.
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MessageSujet: Re: Armée norvegienne/Norwegian Armed Forces   Jeu 5 Jan 2012 - 12:47

Les PLM Skojld ont été condamnés à rester aux quais en raison de nombreuses problèmes touchant le système propulsif, en effet, on a constaté une augmentation anormale de la température des sytèmes hydro, et des vibrations au niveau des turbines en vitesse supérieur.

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MessageSujet: Re: Armée norvegienne/Norwegian Armed Forces   Lun 9 Jan 2012 - 10:26

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Norwegian jet fighters scrambled 34 times

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Numbers from the Norwegian Armed Forces show a slight increase in the number of identified Russian military aircraft in airspace close to Norway.



Norwegian F-16 jet fighters were scrambled 34 times in 2011 to identify Russian aircraft approaching Norwegian territory. A total of 48 aircraft, mostly strategic bombers, were identified in these missions.


Norwegian F-16 fighter jet identifying a Russian Tu-95 in the airspace outside Northern Norway. Photo: Norwegian Air Force.

- This means that Russian activity last year was about the same as in 2010, says press officer John Espen Lien at the Norwegian Armed Forces’ Joint Head Quarter to Avisa Nordland.

In 2010 Norwegian F-16 fighters were sent out to meet Russian aircraft 36 times, as BarentsObserver reported.

Russian planes identified by Norwegian forces are mainly of the Tupolev-95 (BEAR-H) and Tupolev-160 (BLACKJACK) classes.

Read also: Tu-95 flies again

From 2006 to 2007 the number of scramblings increased sharply from 13 to 47 and the number of identifications from 14 to 88. The increase came after then President Vladimir Putin in the summer of 2007 said that Russia would increase its international presence.

The Russian strategic bombers that are on missions in the Arctic or outside Northern Norway are based at the Engels Air Force base in central Russia. Flying north towards the Barents Sea is the only route the aircrafts can take to international airspace without violating other European states airspace.

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MessageSujet: Re: Armée norvegienne/Norwegian Armed Forces   Mar 17 Jan 2012 - 11:32

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KONGSBERG Contract for Supply of Combat Management System


Contract for Supply of Combat Management System to Norwegian Submarines valued at 200 MNOK

Ula class submarines


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KONGSBERG has signed a contract for supply of the MSI-90U Mk 2 Combat Management System (CMS) to the Royal Norwegian Navy’s Ula class submarines. This contract is made between the Norwegian Defence Logistics Organisation and KONGSBERG.
The contract value is approx. 200 MNOK.

KONGSBERG has for 40 years supplied Command & Weapons Control Systems to Norwegian, German and Italian submarines, and this contract results in an important renewal of our product range for submarines. The contract is the result of a long term effort to strengthen our position as supplier of complete integrated Navigation, Sonar and Command & Weapons Control Systems for submarines.

"This new contract for delivery of the MSI-90U Mk 2 CMS is a continuation of the on-going contracts for delivery of the new Passive Sonar System and integrated Submarine Navigation System for the Ula class. In this context this is yet another very important reference contract for KONGSBERG”, says Executive Vice President Nils-Oddvar Hagen in Kongsberg Defence Systems.
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MessageSujet: Re: Armée norvegienne/Norwegian Armed Forces   Lun 20 Fév 2012 - 16:32

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Norwegian Navy to Recruit Foreign Staff

Lack of technical personnel leads Norwegian Navy to consider importing officers from other countries.


Photo: Picture of a Stridsbåt 90N | Picture of Norwegian Navy Boat, a Stridsbåt 90N


Captain Sven Erik Kvalvaag, commander of the frigate force, confirmed to Bergens Tidende that they have asked their superiors to look at ways to bring in foreign staff, as they had problems recruiting trained officers for their high-tech vessels.

Initially, there is talk of bringing in up to seven officers to key positions on the frigates.

Commander Kvalvaag said it is an important matter of principle to decide whether to employ foreigners on Norwegian marine vessels. It is now up to the Norwegian Navy Forces and the Inspector General, said he.



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MessageSujet: Re: Armée norvegienne/Norwegian Armed Forces   Mar 6 Mar 2012 - 10:29

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Norway upbeat on F-35; Florida test flight set


March 5 (Reuters) - Norway's No. 2 defense official said he was more upbeat about the F-35 Joint Strike Fighter program than in a long time after visiting a test site in California last week and meeting with the eight other partners on the program.

Defense State Secretary Roger Ingebrigsten said on Monday that Norway was finalizing its plans to buy "approximately 50 fighters," but did not expect any significant cost increases to its order.

Lockheed Martin Corp is developing three variants of the radar-evading, supersonic fighter jet for the United States and eight partner countries - Canada, Britain, Australia, Turkey, Denmark, Norway, Italy and the Netherlands.

Senior U.S. officials last week met with partner countries and sought to reassure them that Washington remains committed to the program, despite its own plans to postpone orders for 179 planes for five years.

That decision, driven by U.S. budget pressures, could delay cost savings that will be realized once production is ramped up.

"We think that we are going to pay close to what we said we would in 2008," Ingebrigsten told Reuters by telephone after returning from his U.S. visit. "The main approach will be the same as it has been since 2008."

He declined to provide details ahead of the Norwegian government's submission to parliament in two weeks. Previous plans called for Norway to buy 56 aircraft for 61 billion Norwegian crown ($10.89 billion), in undiscounted 2011 crowns, or 72 billion crowns when a greater contingency is counted.

"I can't say we're going to do exactly what we said in 2008 but our plan is to procure approximately 50 fighters," he said.

The slowdown in U.S. orders and budget constraints at home have prompted some of the partners to rethink their own orders. Italy last month cut its planned buy of 131 planes by 30 percent and others may follow suit.

U.S. officials insist Washington still plans to spend $382 billion to buy a total of 2,443 fighters for the Air Force, the Navy and Marine Corps, the costliest weapons program ever.



TEST SITE, FIRST FLIGHT

Ingebrigsten led a Norwegian delegation to Edwards Air Force Base in California last week to visit one of two key test sites for the new fighter.

"I haven't been so optimistic related to the F-35 ... for a long time," Ingebrigsten said.

He said Friday's meeting of officials from the Pentagon, Lockheed, and the eight partner countries was useful, with all sides citing their continued support of the program. Canada hosted the meeting at its embassy in Washington.

He praised U.S. Defense Secretary Leon Panetta and his deputy, Ashton Carter, who made a brief appearance at the meeting, for their willingness to be transparent about the program, and said U.S-Norwegian bilateral ties were strong.

The member countries will finalize their purchase plans ahead of a formal military-level March 14-15 meeting in Australia of representatives from all nine countries.

Ingebrigsten said delays or cuts in orders from the United States and Italy, among others, could be bad news for the program, but they would be partially offset by orders from Japan, and possibly South Korea and Singapore in coming years.

Separately, officials at Eglin Air Force Base in Florida said the F-35A, the conventional takeoff and landing variant developed for the U.S. Air Force, would have its first flight at the base on Tuesday morning.

Test pilots will fly the planes initially as they test out the syllabus for the program that will be used to teach Air Force and Marine Corps pilots to fly the new plane.

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MessageSujet: Re: Armée norvegienne/Norwegian Armed Forces   Dim 11 Mar 2012 - 18:00

F16AM en tests a Edwards pour le compte du EPAF

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MessageSujet: Re: Armée norvegienne/Norwegian Armed Forces   Sam 17 Mar 2012 - 13:44

Fremo a écrit:
Les PLM Skojld ont été condamnés à rester aux quais en raison de nombreuses problèmes touchant le système propulsif, en effet, on a constaté une augmentation anormale de la température des sytèmes hydro, et des vibrations au niveau des turbines en vitesse supérieur.

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Ils ont participé à l'exercice Cold Response 2012 ... les problèmes sont réglés apparemment

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MessageSujet: Re: Armée norvegienne/Norwegian Armed Forces   Sam 17 Mar 2012 - 16:30

Quel hélicoptère SAR pour la Norvège ?

La Norvège lance une compétition pour trouver un successeur aux hélicoptère de sauvetage S3 Sea-King. Quatre candidats ont répondu à l’appel d’offres portant sur la livraison des futurs hélicoptères SAR (Search and Rescue). Le cahier des charges n’est pas encore totalement terminé, sa version définitive sera transmise au début du mois prochain aux candidats. Quatre constructeurs en course : le NH-90, l'AW-101, l'EC-725 et le H-92... (la suite)

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MessageSujet: Re: Armée norvegienne/Norwegian Armed Forces   Lun 19 Mar 2012 - 0:35

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Les débris d’un C-130J Norvégien retrouvés en Suède



Le 15 mars au soir, un avion de transport norvégien de type C-130J Hercules a disparu des écrans radar alors qu’il participait à l’important exercice interarmée de l’Otan appelé Cold Response.

L’appareil de la Royal Norwegian Air Force était parti d’Evenes (Norvège) pour rejoindre Kiruna, en Suède. Un dernier contact radio avait été établi avec le contrôle aérien suédois 25 minutes seulement avant sa disparition.

Finalement, des débris éparpillés du C-130J norvégien ont été retrouvés le 17 mars, dans le grand nord suédois, dans la face ouest du massif du Kebnekaise. Et cela laisse à penser que l’avion aurait explosé en vol, ce qui n’a laissé chance aux 5 militaires qui se trouvaient à bord.

L’enquête sur les causes de la disparition de cet avion est dirigée par la police suédoise. Avant cet accident, les forces aériennes norvégiennes mettaient en oeuvre 4 C-130J, livrés par Lockheed-Martin entre 2008 et 2010.

Quant à l’exercice Cold Response, il vise à entraîner une force expéditionnaire de l’Otan en milieu grand froid. Plus de 16.000 soldats, venus de 14 pays, sont engagés dans ces manoeuvres. La France y est notamment représentée par 420 militaires issus des unités de la 27ème Brigade d’infanterie de montagne (BIM) et l’aviso Lieutenant de Vaisseau Lavallée

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MessageSujet: Re: Armée norvegienne/Norwegian Armed Forces   Mar 20 Mar 2012 - 16:46

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The frigate HNoMS Fridtjof Nansen during the winter exercise Cold Response 2012





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MessageSujet: Re: Armée norvegienne/Norwegian Armed Forces   Sam 24 Mar 2012 - 2:31

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London - Norway has reaffirmed its plans to buy the Lockheed Martin F-35 Joint Strike Fighter, with its new defence White Paper also outlining a possible acceleration in first deliveries of the type.

Oslo in 2008 selected the conventional take-off and landing F-35A to replace its Lockheed F-16AM/BM fighters, and has already ordered an initial four to support its future training requirements. The first two of these could be delivered a year early, in 2015, according to the 23 March document.

"The ambition remains for a total acquisition of 52 aircraft, including four training aircraft, and despite changes made by other partner nations Norway finds that its previous and robust real-cost estimates remain accurate," says defence minister Espen Barth Eide. "We remain confident that the F-35 represents the best capability for the best value possible."


With the F-35 acquisition to represent a major undertaking, the defence ministry's plan for the 2013 to 2016 period includes a "temporary strengthening" of its budget equating to a 7% increase in spending. Oslo also wants to bring forward and extend its planned expenditure on the combat aircraft to spread its costs.

"A new start date of 2017 is being considered, while the final procurement year may be extended to 2023 or 2024," Eide says. Each annual acquisition will require approval from the Norwegian parliament, as will a decision on whether to acquire the final six planned production examples.

Once fielded, the Royal Norwegian Air Force's F-35s will be operated from Ørland air base, in addition to providing quick reaction alert cover from Evenes in the north of the country.

Norway's continued confidence in the F-35 will come as welcome news to Lockheed, following widespread reports of concerns over cost and schedule delays among other future operators Australia, Canada and Japan. US Air Force secretary Michael Donley also said on 20 March that future problems with delivering the aircraft would "be paid for by tails" against the service's stated intention to buy 1,763 examples.

Also contained within Oslo's new White Paper is a plan to introduce the maritime version of NH Industries' NH90 utility helicopter to service in the 2013-16 period. Eight of the aircraft are already on order for the Royal Norwegian Navy.

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MessageSujet: Re: Armée norvegienne/Norwegian Armed Forces   Ven 30 Mar 2012 - 11:36

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DCNS Delivers Fourth Skjold FPB to Norwegian Navy


Skjold-class fast patrol boat P961-Storm during trials at sea. (Photo: DCNS)
07:18 GMT, March 30, 2012 On March 29th 2012, DCNS delivered the fourth-of-class fast patrol boat (FPB) P964-Glimt to the Royal Norwegian Navy. The six-boat Skjold program is led by a consortium comprising DCNS and two Norwegian contractors with DCNS acting as the combat system design authority and co-supplier.

The Norwegian authorities entrusted the Skjold program to a consortium of three contractors with DCNS as the combat system design authority and co-supplier. DCNS is working with Norwegian contractors Umoe Mandal and Kongsberg Defence & Aerospace, through the Skjold Prime Consortium.

Skjold FPBs are designed specifically for maritime security and safety missions in Norway’s littoral waters. The combat system is tailored to demanding environments and reduced crewing. The communications and sensor suites are fully compatible with active participation in international and NATO-led operations. The vessels communication capabilities will be further enhanced as they will be upgraded with a state-of-the-art satellite communications system. The contract for this new capability has just been awarded by NDLO (Norwegian Defence Logistics Organisation) to the Skjold Prime Consortium.

With a length of around 50 meters, Skjold-class FPBs are heavily armed for their size. The combat system features eight anti-ship missiles and a 76-mm gun that can engage several targets at once at ranges exceeding 12 kilometers.

First-of-class P961-Storm was handed over on 9 September 2010, second-of-class P962-Skudd on 28 October 2010 and third-of-class P963-Steil on 30 June 2011.

The success of the Skjold program is the fruit of a long-term partnership between DCNS and its Norwegian partners. Between 1997 and 2004, DCNS demonstrated its expertise in combat system design and development as prime contractor for the modernization of 14 Hauk-class FPBs for the Royal Norwegian Navy.
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MessageSujet: Re: Armée norvegienne/Norwegian Armed Forces   Mar 3 Avr 2012 - 11:37

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MessageSujet: Re: Armée norvegienne/Norwegian Armed Forces   Lun 23 Avr 2012 - 17:16

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Norwegian Army to Receive New CV90 Fighting Vehicles

A Norwegian Army CV90 fighting vehicle in Afghanistan. (Photo: BAE Systems)

13:45 GMT, April 23, 2012 The Norwegian government presented Apr. 20 a bill concerning the new and modified CV90 fighting vehicles for the Norwegian Army. "This investment will provide our armoured units with additional capabilities and fighting power, and constitutes a significant enhancement of the equipment available to the Army," says Norwegian Minister of Defence, Espen Barth Eide.

With this bill, two of Norway’s primary units, the Telemark Battalion and the Armoured Battalion will receive new and upgraded vehicles to cover shortfalls in their current inventories of medium armoured vehicles. The bill calls for modifications to existing CV90 vehicles to accommodate new roles and systems, including added mine protection, improved C4ISR integration, rubber band tracks and Remote Weapon Stations for self defence. In addition, Norway will procure additional CV90 hulls from BAE Systems which will bring the total Norwegian inventory to 146 CV90s in different configurations.

In addition, the project will include procurement of unmanned aerial and ground vehicles, remote ground sensors and C4ISR systems.

Total value of the overall project is estimated at just under NOK 10 billion (USD 1.74 billion). Deliveries are expected to commence already in 2013, and to be completed by 2018.

"Recent years have seen significant modernization efforts, particularly within the Navy. As many will be aware, we are also planning a significant investment of new combat aircraft for the Air Force. I am therefore proud that we now, in accordance with our overall modernisation plans are able to propose a significant investment in the Army," says Norwegian Minister of Defence, Espen Barth Eide.

"This procurement will be of great importance to Norwegian industry, as Norwegian companies will serve as important subcontractors. In line with Defence Ministry guidelines, we have required an industrial share or industrial cooperation equal to 100% of the value of the procurement," concludes Mr Eide.

The bill will now be presented to the Norwegian Parliament for its consideration.
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