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MessageSujet: Re: Armée Koweitienne/Kuwaiti Armed Forces   Mer 27 Fév - 16:31

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Kuwait
Naval Force selects Abu Dhabi Ship Building for future Landing Craft
requirements


Abu Dhabi
Ship Building (ADSB), the Arabian Gulf’s only specialized naval warship builder
today announced the Kuwait Navy has selected the company for their future
Landing Craft programs.

The announcement by ADSB, one of Mubadala’s
defense-related companies, took place during the International Defense
Exhibition (IDEX) 2013 which takes place 17th - 21st February.








Abu Dhabi Ship Building stand at
NAVDEX 2013







Ian Pike,
Chief Executive Officer of ADSB, said, “Abu Dhabi Ship Building has been working
hard on this program requirement for some time. We also thank the Kuwait
Ministry of Defence and the Kuwait Naval Force for their kind cooperation and
confidence in our work.”

The program involves the supply of two 64m
Landing Craft, one 42m Landing Craft and five 16m Composite Fast Landing Craft.
All vessels will be constructed at ADSB’s world class facility in Abu
Dhabi.

After several delegation visits to ADSB, the Kuwait Naval
Commander Brigadier General Jassim Al Ansari said, “We are extremely pleased to
advise of our co-operative discussions with ADSB for our new program
requirement. We recognize ADSB as a highly professional company and will look
forward to concluding our discussions positively in the very near
future.”

The total contract program is approximately 24 months, and
construction is anticipated to start in mid-2013.
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MessageSujet: Re: Armée Koweitienne/Kuwaiti Armed Forces   Dim 10 Mar - 1:37

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MessageSujet: Re: Armée Koweitienne/Kuwaiti Armed Forces   Mer 10 Avr - 17:16

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ROYAL NAVY AND KUWAITI NAVY EXERCISE TOGETHER IN THE GULF

Plymouth-based HMS Monmouth and Kuwaiti Naval vessel Al-Ahmadi conducted the exercises to train both crews in ship handling.

The vessels engaged in a complex set of Officer of the Watch manoeuvres that tested the signalling and ship-handling skills of the bridge teams.

This was followed closely by an impressive air display from 2 AH-64D Apache Longbow helicopters of the Kuwaiti Air Force.

Their low level simulated air attacks over the Type 23 ‘Black Duke’ tested the reactions of both Monmouth’s crew and the pilots themselves.

The final stage of this exercise came from an AS332 Super-Puma Search and Rescue helicopter of the Kuwaiti Air Force.

By conducting winching exercises from the flight deck of HMS Monmouth it was able to demonstrate the interoperability of the two forces.

The exercises comes just day after HMS Monmouth hosted students from the Kuwaiti Staff College for two days of demonstrations and exercises at sea.

Commanding Officer of HMS Monmouth, Cdr Gordon Ruddock, said:

“The Royal Navy and Kuwaiti Navy have a very strong relationship, working closely together in the region to provide maritime security and stability to the Gulf.

“These exercises prove the extent of our mutual interoperability and help to reaffirm the Royal Navy’s close ties with the Kuwaiti Armed Forces.”

HMS Monmouth is undertaking a seven month deployment to the Gulf region as part of an international effort to deter piracy and smuggling, taking her turn to provide the standing commitment to Maritime security in the region which the Royal Navy has maintained for over 30 years.

Handing over the duty to fellow Welsh affiliated warship HMS Dragon next month, the Black Duke will then return to the UK just before she celebrates her 20th year of service in May.

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MessageSujet: Re: Armée Koweitienne/Kuwaiti Armed Forces   Mer 17 Avr - 17:32

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Kuwait - C-17 GLOBEMASTER III
WASHINGTON, April 17, 2013 – The Defense Security Cooperation Agency notified Congress April 16 of a possible Foreign Military Sale to Kuwait for 1 C-17 GLOBEMASTER III aircraft and associated equipment, parts, training and logistical support for an estimated cost of $371 million.
http://www.dsca.mil/PressReleases/36-b/2013/Kuwait_13-14.doc.pdf

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MessageSujet: Re: Armée Koweitienne/Kuwaiti Armed Forces   Sam 11 Mai - 9:35

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ROYAL NAVY AND KUWAITI NAVY EXERCISE TOGETHER IN THE GULF

Plymouth-based HMS Monmouth and Kuwaiti Naval vessel Al-Ahmadi conducted the exercises to train both crews in ship handling.

The vessels engaged in a complex set of Officer of the Watch manoeuvres that tested the signalling and ship-handling skills of the bridge teams.

This was followed closely by an impressive air display from 2 AH-64D Apache Longbow helicopters of the Kuwaiti Air Force.

Their low level simulated air attacks over the Type 23 ‘Black Duke’ tested the reactions of both Monmouth’s crew and the pilots themselves.

The final stage of this exercise came from an AS332 Super-Puma Search and Rescue helicopter of the Kuwaiti Air Force.

By conducting winching exercises from the flight deck of HMS Monmouth it was able to demonstrate the interoperability of the two forces.

The exercises comes just day after HMS Monmouth hosted students from the Kuwaiti Staff College for two days of demonstrations and exercises at sea.

Commanding Officer of HMS Monmouth, Cdr Gordon Ruddock, said:

“The Royal Navy and Kuwaiti Navy have a very strong relationship, working closely together in the region to provide maritime security and stability to the Gulf.

“These exercises prove the extent of our mutual interoperability and help to reaffirm the Royal Navy’s close ties with the Kuwaiti Armed Forces.”

HMS Monmouth is undertaking a seven month deployment to the Gulf region as part of an international effort to deter piracy and smuggling, taking her turn to provide the standing commitment to Maritime security in the region which the Royal Navy has maintained for over 30 years.

Handing over the duty to fellow Welsh affiliated warship HMS Dragon next month, the Black Duke will then return to the UK just before she celebrates her 20th year of service in May.

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MessageSujet: Re: Armée Koweitienne/Kuwaiti Armed Forces   Dim 12 Mai - 9:10

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MessageSujet: Re: Armée Koweitienne/Kuwaiti Armed Forces   Ven 31 Mai - 17:15

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NSC to continue training of Kuwait's Armed Forces
30 May 2013
British simulation training company NSC has been awarded a contract to continue working with Kuwait's armed forces for three additional years.

Under the contract, the company will provide computer-assisted decision-making exercises to help prepare the country's future military commanders at the Mubarak Al Abdullah Joint Command and Staff College in Kuwait City, Kuwait.

The company will train the region's armed forces and other agencies for a broad spectrum of operationally relevant scenarios using its Joint Operations Command and Staff Training System (JOCASTS).

NSC managing director Jeremy Spurr said the company has first-hand experience of Kuwait's determination to develop military leaders of the future.

"Through our continued support of the excellent directing staff at the Mubarak Al Abdullah Joint Command and Staff College, NSC is focused on providing world-class training that will preserve this operational advantage and ultimately enhance the national security of the state of Kuwait," Spurr said.
Having supported training programmes at the facility since being established by the British military mission in 1996, NSC will enable Kuwait's military to simulate the defence of its borders and critical national infrastructure.

The company will also deploy its experienced team to closely work with directing staff at the college for preparation of bespoke exercises, which will reflect the ever-changing nature of peacekeeping.

Readily modified to feature specific threats and actions, JOCASTS is designed to offer a mix of virtual incidents and live-feeds, and realistic strategic training for staff officers in the conduct of joint and combined operations within complex environments.

The system is also used by the British military to prepare commanders and headquarters staff for the challenges of modern-day combat operations at the UK Joint Services Command and Staff College (JSCSC) in Oxfordshire, UK.

http://www.army-technology.com/news/newsnsc-continue-training-kuwait-armed-forces

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MessageSujet: Re: Armée Koweitienne/Kuwaiti Armed Forces   Mer 12 Juin - 12:43

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Kuwait asks F/A-18 support

Published: June 11, 2013 at 12:14 PM

WASHINGTON, June 11 (UPI) -- The U.S. military has notified Congress of a possible Foreign Military Sale of technical and logistics support to Kuwait.
The deal would support the country's fleet of F/A-18 C/D aircraft and carries an estimated value of $200 million.
According to the Defense Security Cooperation Agency, the package would include avionics software upgrades, engine component improvements, ground support equipment, spare and repair parts, publications and technical documentation, and engineering change proposals.
The principal contractor would be General Dynamics, Boeing and Wyle Laboratories.
The assignment of 90 U.S. government and contractor representatives to Kuwait for three years to establish and maintain operational capability would be required, the agency said.
"The proposed sale will contribute to the foreign policy and national security of the United States by helping to improve the security of a friendly country which has been, and continues to be, an important force for political stability and economic progress in the Middle East," DSCA said in its notification. "The proposed sale of this support will not alter the basic military balance in the region."


Read more: http://www.upi.com/Business_News/Security-Industry/2013/06/11/Kuwait-asks-FA-18-support/UPI-36151370967248/#ixzz2W09FV8NF
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MessageSujet: Re: Armée Koweitienne/Kuwaiti Armed Forces   Mar 25 Juin - 15:55

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ROYAL NAVY AND KUWAITI NAVY EXERCISE TOGETHER IN THE GULF

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U.S. 5TH FLEET AREA OF RESPONSIBILITY (May 21, 2013) The Kuwait Navy’s Um Al Maradim class missile attack ship Al Fahaheel (P3721) participates in an exercise with the Combined Task Force 523 during the International Mine Countermeasures Exercise (IMCMEX) 13. IMCMEX 13 is the largest exercise of its kind in the region and will exercise a wide spectrum of defensive operations designed to protect international commerce and trade; mine countermeasures, maritime security operations (MSO) and maritime infrastructure protection (MIP).

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MessageSujet: Re: Armée Koweitienne/Kuwaiti Armed Forces   Sam 24 Aoû - 19:15

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MessageSujet: Re: Armée Koweitienne/Kuwaiti Armed Forces   Ven 11 Oct - 20:29

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Kuwait moves to supply armored vehicles, Duro Ðaković passed the test with the excellent

Kuwait's Ministry of Defense says it is moving to finalize the procurement of armored combat vehicles 8X8 for mechanized brigade of the Army of Kuwait, announced the military portal http://www.tacticalreport.com/. Unofficially, we find that the Duro Dakovic with AMV vehicle passed the test with honors. Although Kuwait is not precisely determine the amount of vehicle you purchased, we found out that this number will be between 100 and 140 vehicles for various purposes, including remote-controlled armed cells 30mm.

However, it should be very modest when it comes to Kuwait and the Middle East, since the final decision could be spread over several months, if at all only policy.

http://www.defender.hr/republika-hrvatska/vojna-industrija/kuvajt-krece-u-nabavu-borbenih-oklopnih-vozila.php


Kuwait Defence Ministry, Patria AMV and 8x8 IFVs (30 credits)
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The Kuwaiti Defence Ministry is said to be going ahead with a project to buy 8x8 wheel-drive Infantry fighting vehicles (IFVs) for the mechanized brigades of the Kuwaiti Army. The following 330-word report sheds light on the subject and tells what about the options. It also tells what about the Patria AMV.
http://www.tacticalreport.com/
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MessageSujet: Re: Armée Koweitienne/Kuwaiti Armed Forces   Dim 17 Nov - 10:47

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MessageSujet: Re: Armée Koweitienne/Kuwaiti Armed Forces   Mer 8 Jan - 22:01

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MessageSujet: Re: Armée Koweitienne/Kuwaiti Armed Forces   Jeu 9 Jan - 12:35

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Kuwaiti C-17 Emerges


The first of two Boeing C-17 Globemasters destined for the Kuwait Air Force has emerged from the company’s Long Beach assembly line.




The aircraft is the second C-17 to wear a high-visibility colour scheme, wearing the bright white and silver scheme also worn by the air arm’s L-100 Hercules. Qatar’s Emiri Air Force also operates a colourful C-17 which wears the colours of the national carrier, Qatar Airways, although it is flown by air force pilots.

Boeing has not formally confirmed Kuwait as a customer for the heavy airlifter, but it will join a rapidly growing population of C-17s in the Gulf Region. The type is already flying with aforementioned Qatar and the United Arab Emirates. Saudi Arabia maybe in the bidding for at least some of the 13 “white-tailed” aircraft being produced by Long Beach before the C-17 line closes in 2015.

The U.S. Defense Security Cooperation Agency (DSCA) detailed a request from Kuwait for a single C-17 back in September 2010. The country then registered interest in a second aircraft in April 2013.

The C-17, photographed by Californian photographer, Michael Carter, is yet to make its first flight, but should be delivered in the coming weeks.

Kuwait is modernizing its air arm. As well as C-17s, it is also investing in C-130J and KC-130J Hercules and is also looking at purchasing a new fighter aircraft to replace its McDonnell Douglas F/A-18C/D Hornets.

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MessageSujet: Re: Armée Koweitienne/Kuwaiti Armed Forces   Ven 17 Jan - 10:43

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Eurofighter in lead to sell 28 planes to Kuwait

(AFP) – 14 hours ago
Paris — The European Eurofighter consortium has signed a draft agreement to sell 28 of its fighter planes to Kuwait, online French newspaper La Tribune reported on Thursday.

Of the 28 outline sales, which are not yet binding, four are covered by options to purchase, the report said.

The report, citing various sources, said that Alenia Aermacchi, a subsidiary of Italian group Finmeccanica which is a member of the consortium, had obtained Kuwait's signature on the agreement a few days before Brazil announced that it had chosen to buy Gripen fighter planes made by Swedish company Saab.

Brazil chose the Gripen in preference to the Rafale made by French group Dassault Aviation and the F/A-18 Super Hornet plane made by US group Boeing.

Alenia Aermacchi is responsible alongside British aerospace and defence equipment group BAE Systems for promoting the Eurofighter Typhoon which is in competition for the Kuwait contract with the Rafale 3 and the Super Hornet.

The report said that if Kuwait did choose to buy the Eurofighter Typhoon, the decision would be a surprise given "the extent to which Kuwait is under American influence since the first Gulf war" in 1990-1991 to counter the invasion of Kuwait by Iraq.

Kuwait, which is already equipped with US-built F/A-18C/D Hornet fighter planes, wants to develop its fleet of fighters, the report said.

The Eurofighter consortium groups BAE Systems, Finmeccanica, and the European aerospace giant Airbus Group, which changed its name on January 1 from EADS.

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MessageSujet: Re: Armée Koweitienne/Kuwaiti Armed Forces   Ven 14 Fév - 11:13

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 Boeing Delivers Kuwait Air Force’s 1st C-17 Globemaster III



LONG BEACH, Calif., Feb. 13, 2014 -- Boeing [NYSE: BA] today delivered Kuwait's first C-17 Globemaster III airlifter, an aircraft that will expand the Kuwait Air Force's capabilities in military and civilian operations, including humanitarian aid and disaster relief.

"The C-17 meets the unique airlift requirements of the Kuwait Air Force," said Col. Abdullah Al Foudari, Deputy Commander Kuwait Air Force. "With this airlifter we can more effectively participate in the operations we choose, transporting large payloads across long distances, flying at high altitudes in hot climates such as ours, and landing on short, unpaved runways."

A custom paint design distinguishes the Kuwait C-17 from the 259 others that have been delivered to customers around the world.

"When this C-17 arrives to deliver humanitarian aid or disaster relief anywhere in the world, people in need will know that the aid came from Kuwait," said Col. Abdullah.

"We welcome Kuwait to the global C-17 fleet with the knowledge that this aircraft elevates the Kuwait Air Force’s airlift capabilities and also further strengthens Boeing's relationship with Kuwait," said Nan Bouchard, vice president and C-17 program manager. "We will support this C-17 long after today's delivery."

Boeing will support Kuwait's C-17 fleet through the C-17 Globemaster III Integrated Sustainment Program, a proven multinational Performance-Based Logistics program.

Boeing has delivered 260 C-17s, including 223 to the U.S. Air Force, and a total of 37 to Kuwait, Australia, Canada, India, Qatar, the United Arab Emirates, the United Kingdom and the 12-member Strategic Airlift Capability initiative of NATO and Partnership for Peace nations.
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MessageSujet: Re: Armée Koweitienne/Kuwaiti Armed Forces   Lun 3 Mar - 14:41

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Défense sol-air : le Koweït fait ses courses chez Raytheon  

Le 03/03/2014 à 15:48   | Par Guillaume Steuer  




Un succès de plus à l'export pour le système de défense sol-air moyenne portée Patriot de Raytheon : le Pentagone a annoncé le 28 février la notification d'un contrat pour l'achat de deux lanceurs Patriot par le Koweït, qui passe commande de ces armements via la procédure FMS (Foreign Military Sales). C'est donc l'US Army qui sera chargée d'exécuter ce contrat d'une valeur totale estimée à 655 millions de dollars, et qui doit s'étaler jusqu'en avril 2018.

Dans un communiqué publié aujourd'hui, le missilier Raytheon, en charge du développement et de la production du Patriot, rappelle que le Koweït fait partie des douze pays qui ont choisi le système américain pour assurer leur défense sol-air moyenne portée.

Cette nouvelle annonce fait suite à une série de contrats signés au cours des dernières années par le Koweït, qui a mené parallèlement un programme de modernisation de batteries Patriot PAC-2 qui étaient déjà dans son inventaire. La version PAC-3 affiche quant à elle des performances améliorées, notamment grâce à un intercepteur optimisé pour l'interception de missiles balistiques.

En juin 2012, le Congrès avait formellement été saisi d'une demande koweïtienne pour l'achat de 60 missiles PAC-3 et des équipements associés, pour un montant global alors estimé à 4,2 milliards de dollars.

Au Moyen-Orient, Bahrein, la Jordanie, l'Arabie Saoudite et les Emirats Arabes Unis sont déjà membres de la "famille" Patriot, les EAU ayant passé commande du système en configuration PAC-3.

http://www.air-cosmos.com/defense/defense-sol-air-le-koweit-fait-ses-courses-chez-raytheon.html
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MessageSujet: Re: Armée Koweitienne/Kuwaiti Armed Forces   Lun 14 Avr - 16:46

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Kuwait Warrior contract expected from June

US gun manufacturer, ATK, believes a contract for the upgrade programme on Kuwait’s Warrior infantry fighting vehicle (IFV) could be awarded as soon as June.



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MessageSujet: Re: Armée Koweitienne/Kuwaiti Armed Forces   Jeu 17 Juil - 13:10

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  Formés par DCI, 15 officiers de marine du Koweït et
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Le 16 juillet, une nouvelle promotion CENOE (Cours de l’Ecole Navale pour Officiers Etrangers) des cadets des Forces Navales du Koweït (14 élèves) et de Libye (un élève) a reçu ses premier galons d’officier de marine. Cette cérémonie était placée sous la présidence du contre-amiral Philippe Hello, commandant de l’école navale et du groupe des écoles du Poulmic. Jean-Michel Palagos, patron de DCI, a remis les diplômes aux élèves.

Au total, 339 cadets formés en 18 ans (dont 266 Koweitiens)

La formation CENOE, dont DCI-NAVFCO a la charge, assure la formation d’élèves officiers étrangers non francophones en partenariat avec la Marine nationale. D’une durée de quatre années, cette formation a pour objectif de fournir aux officiers élèves étrangers un enseignement militaire, maritime et scientifique. Ils pourront, de retour dans leur pays d’origine, assurer les fonctions de chef de quart ou d’officier de quart « énergie », ainsi que celles de chef de service sur de petites unités.

http://lignesdedefense.blogs.ouest-france.fr/archive/2014/07/16/remise-des-diplomes-d-officiers-de-marine-aux-cadets-du-kowe-12190.html  
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