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MessageSujet: Re: armée Sri-lankaise / Sri Lanka Armed Forces   Dim 9 Déc 2012 - 16:40

surement don paki (ou financement tres avantageux) pour relancer enfin des marchés qui ne volent pas,ca serait le premier client donc

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MessageSujet: Re: armée Sri-lankaise / Sri Lanka Armed Forces   Mar 1 Jan 2013 - 2:55

F-7GS avec PL-9C ... remarquez la propreté des locaux de cette base


Mig-27M


AB-212


Mi35P

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MessageSujet: Re: armée Sri-lankaise / Sri Lanka Armed Forces   Mar 1 Jan 2013 - 16:12

F-7GS



F-7BS


FT-7


Kfir C2



K8


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MessageSujet: Re: armée Sri-lankaise / Sri Lanka Armed Forces   Mar 1 Jan 2013 - 16:30

les kfir et mig-27M etaient leur salut contre les LTTE

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MessageSujet: Re: armée Sri-lankaise / Sri Lanka Armed Forces   Sam 5 Jan 2013 - 4:11

C-130K


An-32B

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MessageSujet: Re: armée Sri-lankaise / Sri Lanka Armed Forces   Lun 20 Mai 2013 - 13:50

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Sri Lankan army personnel take part during the Victory Day parade rehearsal in Colombo, capital of Sri Lanka, on May 15, 2013. Sri Lanka celebrates War Heroes Week with a military parade scheduled for May 18. The parade celebrates the fourth anniversary of the defeat of the Tamil Tiger rebels in May 2009, ending a 37-year long separatist conflict. (Xinhua/Pushpika Karunaratne)




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MessageSujet: Re: armée Sri-lankaise / Sri Lanka Armed Forces   Mer 12 Juin 2013 - 10:36

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Sri Lankan commandos look to shed 'jack of all trades' role
By Kenneth Conboy, Ganemulla, Sri Lanka
6/11/2013
Four years since the Sri Lankan military's victory over the Liberation Tigers of Tamil Eelam, it is still adjusting to peacetime.

The transition has arguably been hardest for the elite Commando Regiment, which IHS Jane's visited at its headquarters in Ganemulla in late May. Formed in 1977 as an anti-hijack team, it expanded over the ensuing decades and by 2009, comprised five commando regiments administered by the Commando Centre, while a Commando Brigade ostensibly wielded operational control in the field. Well beyond their original hostage rescue mandate, the commandos were being used for everything from light infantry to long-range reconnaissance.

"They had strayed far from their original roles," said Major General Chagie Gallage, their most senior officer. "I want to bring them back."

The Commando Regiment made its first adjustments to its new peacetime role in 2010 by reorganising its training programmes at the Commando Regiment Training School (CRTS) at Uva Kudaoya. The original CRTS continues to do commando selection and orientation, as well as leadership and airborne courses, while a new Commando Regiment Special Warfare Training School has been established in the extreme northwest of the country.


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MessageSujet: Re: armée Sri-lankaise / Sri Lanka Armed Forces   Mar 21 Jan 2014 - 20:51

Kfir C2


F-7BS

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MessageSujet: Re: armée Sri-lankaise / Sri Lanka Armed Forces   Sam 5 Avr 2014 - 23:51

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Sri Lankan Navy receives donated Australian patrol vessel



The Sri Lankan Navy (SLN) took delivery of a Bay-class patrol boat, donated by the Australian Customs and Border Protection Service (ACBPS), at a flag-transfer ceremony in Cairns on 30 March.

An ACBPS official told IHS Jane's on 2 April that the 38 m vessel - the former ACV Corio Bay , rechristened SLNS Oshadi - will be joined by another patrol boat following a pledge made by Australian Prime Minister Tony Abbott in November 2013 to donate the vessels to help enhance the SLN's maritime security capacity. The ACBPS has not revealed the estimated delivery date for the second vessel.

According to technical specifications provided by manufacturer Austal Ships, Bay-class vessels have a maximum range of 1,000 n miles at a top speed of 20 kt. They can carry 12 crew and two landing craft.

As part of the transfer process ACBPS Marine Unit officers spent 17 days training SLN personnel in the various aspects of managing a Bay-class vessel. "The training was comprehensive. It included activities ranging from ship's deck work and familiarisation of electronic systems and equipment on board, to undertaking operational drills," said Nigel Perry, ACBPS national director of border force capability.

The fully furbished vessel, with 284,026 n miles under its belt, will make the 4,800 n mile journey to Colombo, where it will assume maritime patrol duties in the Indian Ocean.

Under a programme announced in June 2010, Australia is replacing its Bay-class boats with larger Cape-class patrol vessels, which will provide increased crew and range capacity. Australia pledged to donate its retired boats to regional maritime agencies in the fight against smuggling.

On 14 February, IHS Jane's reported that Australian Immigration Minister Scott Morrison had pledged to donate two Bay-class vessels to the Malaysian Maritime Enforcement Agency (MMEA).

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MessageSujet: Re: armée Sri-lankaise / Sri Lanka Armed Forces   Dim 8 Juin 2014 - 2:01

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Sri Lanka receives second donated Australian patrol vessel

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MessageSujet: Re: armée Sri-lankaise / Sri Lanka Armed Forces   Lun 15 Déc 2014 - 15:54

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SLAF Plane crashes in Hokandara, four dead

An Antonov-32 plane belongs to the Sri Lankan Air Force has crashed into a rubber Estate in Hokandara area in Athurugiriya around 6.20 AM this morning. Four have been confirmed dead due to the crash.

Dr. Anil Jayasinghe speaking to the official government news portal said that one causality with several burn injuries was admitted to the Sri Jayewardenapura Hospital. No residents in the area have been injured.

Sri Lanka Air force Spokesperson Wing Commander Gihan Senevirathna mentioned that there had been five crew members in the aeroplane. It was was intended to land at the Ratmalana Airport.
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MessageSujet: Re: armée Sri-lankaise / Sri Lanka Armed Forces   Sam 28 Fév 2015 - 13:34

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Lanka decides to consult China


Sri Lanka will not make any decision on Chinese projects it is reviewing until it consults China, Sri Lanka’s foreign minister said on Friday, pledging that his new government would welcome Chinese investors, the Reuters news agency reported.

President Maithripala Sirisena has unnerved China with his re-examination of certain projects that China has invested in, including a $1.5 billion “port city” project in Colombo.

India, which lost out to China in infrastructure development on the Indian Ocean island, was in particular worried about the security threat posed by Chinese ownership of land, aggravated by the docking of Chinese submarines in Colombo last year.

Last week, Sri Lanka said it would reconsider the outright transfer of a parcel of land to China under the port city deal signed by the previous government, amid concern it could be used for by the Chinese navy.

Speaking in Beijing after meeting his Chinese counterpart, Sri Lanka Foreign Minister Mangala Samaraweera said he did not discuss the port issue directly, and the government was not only looking into Chinese projects.

“Anything relating to Chinese investment will be shared and discussed with the government of China before we take any final decision,” Samaraweera told a news conference, citing what he told his Chinese counterpart.

Sri Lanka will always welcome Chinese investment and it would now be an even safer place in which to invest, he said.

“We are trying to ensure that there is a level playing field for all investors and a conducive environment for investment based on the restoration of the rule of law, democracy, good governance and transparency,” Samaraweera said.

“All proposals in future will be considered totally on merit.”

Samaraweera is in China to prepared for an expected visit by Sirisena next month.

Chinese Foreign Minister Wang Yi said China remained a good partner of Sri Lanka.

“China is willing to continue being a trustworthy and reliable development partner … and will also keep doing its best to provide assistance for Sri Lanka’s social and economic development,” Wang said.

India had grown increasingly wary of former president Mahinda Rajapaksa’s pursuit of closer ties with China, which became a key supporter of the island’s economy after its 26-year-civil war ended in 2009.

China has built a seaport and airport in the south of the country, raising fears it is seeking influence in a country with which India has traditionally had deep ties.

India’s concern grew after the Rajapaksa government allowed the Chinese submarines to dock.

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MessageSujet: Re: armée Sri-lankaise / Sri Lanka Armed Forces   Mer 19 Aoû 2015 - 19:26

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MessageSujet: Re: armée Sri-lankaise / Sri Lanka Armed Forces   Ven 8 Jan 2016 - 20:24

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Sri Lanka Signs Memorandum For Eight Pakistani-made JF-17 Thunders
Jan 6, 2016



Sri Lanka has signed a memorandum of understanding with Pakistan on Tuesday to purchase at least 8 JF-17 Thunder fighter jets.

The deal was signed during a visit to Sri Lanka by Pakistani Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif this week, confirming earlier rumors about an imminent deal.

The Sri Lanka Air Force (SLAF) which already flies several other Chinese-made Shenyang F-7 fighter jets – is currently looking to upgrade its fighter capabilities. At present these rely on the Israel Aircraft Industries Kfir.

The Thunders is expected to replace SLAF’s obsolete MiG-23 and MiG-27 fighter jets.

The JF-17 Thunder is the result of a joint program by Pakistan and China. In the latter, the same aircraft is designated Chengdu FC-1.

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MessageSujet: Re: armée Sri-lankaise / Sri Lanka Armed Forces   Jeu 26 Mai 2016 - 14:33

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Bell 206 helicopter of Sri Lanka Air Force crash landed upon takeoff
May 25, 2016




Bell 206 helicopter was damaged during takeoff in Hingurakgoda Sri Lanka Air Force (SLAF) Camp, Air Force Spokesman Group Captain Chandima Alwis said.

The spokesman said the chopper flown by a trainee pilot during a training session had tilted to a side during takeoff.

The pilot was not injured but the chopper was damaged in the incident.

The Bell 206 is a family of two-bladed, single- or twin-engined helicopters, manufactured by Bell Helicopter at its Mirabel, Quebec plant. Originally developed as the Bell YOH-4 for the United States Army’s Light Observation Helicopter program, it was not selected by the Army. Bell redesigned the airframe and successfully marketed the aircraft commercially as the five-place Bell 206A JetRanger.

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MessageSujet: Re: armée Sri-lankaise / Sri Lanka Armed Forces   Mer 10 Aoû 2016 - 19:40

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Sri Lanka approves new fighter jets purchase plan
Sri Lanka's Cabinet has approved a proposal to purchase new fighter aircraft, the first major plan to buy military hardware since the war with the Liberation Tigers of Tamil Eelam ended in 2009. "The idea is to buy eight multi-role fighter aircraft with associated weapons on a government-to-government basis," government spokesman Rajitha Senaratne told reporters.

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MessageSujet: Re: armée Sri-lankaise / Sri Lanka Armed Forces   Ven 19 Aoû 2016 - 15:42

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As Combat Aircraft Fleet Atrophies, Sri Lanka Seeks New Fighters
(Source: Forecast International; posted August 19, 2016)
by Dan Darling
A single Israeli-built Kfir fighter was purchased in 1995. That lone aircraft represents all that remains of Sri Lanka’s operational jet fighter fleet. After a 26-year war against Tamil Tiger insurgents and a failed $400 million bid last summer to purchase eight JF-17s from Pakistan (the failure stemming in part from Indian diplomatic intervention against the deal), Sri Lanka’s Air Force finds itself in a desperate situation as it seeks to protect the national airspace and claims to the offshore exclusive economic zone (EEZ).

In light of the situation, the government of President Maithripala Sirisena has green-lighted a Defense Ministry project to acquire 8-12 fighters. The Defense Ministry will reach out to aircraft manufacturers and government agents regarding a possible commercial buy or a government-to-government deal.

The procurement comes at a crucial time for the Sri Lankan Air Force. With the 200,000-strong Sri Lanka Army generally receiving the bulk of military spending on an annual basis, the core of the Air Force’s fighter fleet has been degraded to the point of complete obsolescence.

The Air Force fighter inventory includes seven Israel Aerospace Industries Kfir C2 and C7 variants, but only the aforementioned one is flyable. In addition, there are seven Chinese-built Chengdu F-7 Airguards (the Airguard is a derivative of the Russian MiG-21) that were purchased in 1991 and are referred to in Sri Lankan service as “Skybolts.” All of these are now out of service and were to have been replaced under the aborted JF-17 procurement plan. Finally, there are the seven MiG-27s transferred to Sri Lanka from Ukrainian Air Force surplus in 2000 that are inoperable.

How many of these mothballed and obsolete aircraft could be upgraded and returned to operational service remains in question. Moreover, it seems unlikely that the funding put into such work would be worth the cost when factored against the need to revisit a new fighter buy down the line.

The most likely avenue appears to be a procurement of fighters sourced from Russia or China, both of which have been staunch allies of Sri Lanka.







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