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MessageSujet: Re: Hélicoptères de Transport Tactique/lourd   Lun 7 Nov 2011 - 16:38

apparement l´AS entre autres 10/15 pays potentiels acquereurs du MV-22,sinon ca deviendra lentement comme un rafale US
le dubai promet

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IN FOCUS: MV-22 makes Dubai debut in bid for export deals
By: Stephen Trimble Washington DC
9 hours ago
Source: flightglobal


The Bell Boeing joint venture will bring the MV-22 Osprey tilt-rotor to the Dubai air show for the first time, as it continues to push for the type's first export sale.

Saudi Arabia has been named by programme officials previously as one of 10 to 15 possible foreign buyers of the MV-22. In the last five years, Saudi officials have come close to acquiring transport and combat search and rescue helicopters from both France and Russia, but in each instance a deal was never closed.


The type has seen off many of its critics after performing admirably on deployment in Iraq, Afghanistan and Libya

Bell Boeing may be hoping to fill part of the Saudi military's rotorcraft gap with the MV-22, which can take off and land vertically and fly as fast as some fixed-wing turboprops.

If there are other possible buyers in the ­region, the programme has not identified them. But the joint venture manufacturing the ­Osprey is clearly pleased to bring the MV-22 to the region's largest showcase for aerospace products. "The Dubai air show is one of the world's ­fastest-growing aerospace events, and it presents an excellent opportunity for Bell ­Boeing to showcase the tilt-rotor Osprey's ­one-of-a-kind capability, unique value ­proposition and outstanding record of operational performance with a new audience," the company says. The MV-22 will join the Xian MA-600 ­regional airliner and the United Arab ­Emirates-based Quest helicopter among the aircraft making a debut at the show.

Bell Boeing and the US Naval Air Systems Command (NAVAIR), which acquires the MV-22 on behalf of the US Marine Corps, has been trying to attract foreign buyers since 2006. Two MV-22s flew across the Atlantic in July 2006 to make a debut appearance at the Farnborough air show in the UK, which has also been named a potential buyer.

AGGRESSIVE MARKETING

Earlier this year, the marines attended the ­Canadian International Air Show with the ­MV-22, as Ottawa also looks to its needs. But so far foreign sales have not materialised. For the MV-22 programme, closing an ­export deal within the next two years is more essential than ever. US government and ­company ­officials have been aggressively ­marketing the aircraft abroad for at least five years.

Finding foreign buyers is more important now than ever for the MV-22 programme to meet production targets. NAVAIR and Bell Boeing are currently negotiating a five-year procurement deal starting in fiscal year 2013 for 122 aircraft. Such multi-year deals normally require the contractor to offer a 10% price ­reduction, compared with the placement of a ­series of annual purchases. But ongoing budget reviews are threatening to slash between six and 24 aircraft from the total, however, Marine officials believe Bell Boeing can still meet the cost reduction targets with a reduction of even 24 aircraft - but they are also concerned that further MV-22 cuts are still possible. As the numbers drop, Bell Boeing will be challenged to meet the cost reduction targets required to get approval for the multi-year contract.

One possible solution to the production cuts problem is a wave of foreign purchases. The export market for the MV-22 has been slow to unfold, as the USMC has spent the past five years answering several questions about the value of the tilt-rotor aircraft.

In combat deployments to Iraq, Afghanistan and Libya since 2006, the MV-22 has proven wrong many of its critics. It has compiled the best safety record of any rotorocraft operated by the navy and marines. There have been no reports of the aircraft entering vortex ring state - the aerodynamic problem that caused the programme's deadliest crash during development testing in 2000. Moreover, the tilt-rotor's unique combination of speed and vertical landing ability has also proven critical in several operations. These included the rescue of a downed US Air Force Boeing F-15E Strike Eagle ­crewmember in Libya in late March.

Questions about the aircraft's safety have largely shifted to its cost and the maturing of the Bell Boeing supply chain. But the ­programme has achieved dramatic progress in these areas within the last nine months, ­according to the USMC.

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MessageSujet: Re: Hélicoptères de Transport Tactique/lourd   Jeu 10 Nov 2011 - 11:25

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Development of the multi-role NH90 Tactical Transport Helicopter is formally completed with its approval in the final operational configuration


The NH90 program has reached a major milestone with the declaration of compliance for the NH90 TTH (Tactical Transport Helicopter) variant’s Final Operational Configuration, This marks the NH-90 TTH’s development completion, and enables deliveries to begin before year-end in the helicopter’s full operational definition.


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“The milestone marks the most important achievement in the life of the NH90 program. NH90, the most modern rotary-wing aircraft in its class and the largest military helicopter program ever undertaken in Europe, offers now its full range of operational capabilities to the military forces” stated Lutz Bertling, the President and CEO of Eurocopter, which is a member of the NH90 industrial team. “Completing the NH90 TTH’s compliance process confirms this multi-role helicopter will meet the specifications and operational requirements of the founding customers.”

The declaration of compliance was issued by the NATO Helicopter Management Agency (NAHEMA), which is the North Atlantic Treaty Organization’s function that manages the NH90 acquisition for the participating countries. With this go-ahead, the initial NH90 TTH variant in the final operational configuration is to be received by the French Army. It will be followed by the startup of deliveries in 2012 to Italy, Belgium and Germany.

The new-generation NH90 TTH is designed for use in a wide range of demanding missions, including logistics and utility transport, combat search and rescue, casualty and medical evacuation, electronic warfare, special operations and counter-terrorism. In its approved final operational configuration, the helicopter offers a matured avionics system, allowing day and night missions with no major restrictions; full military communications system functionality for interoperability in foreign operations; a complete set of technical publications; and the approval for overseas deployments by ship.

About the NH90

Produced in two basic versions – the Tactical Troop Transport and NATO Frigate Helicopter – this 11-metric-ton class rotary-wing aircraft provides a common platform for army and navy and air force roles, enabling countries to rationalize their helicopter fleets while also organizing training and support on a larger scale, with flexible management of personnel and equipment. Its large cabin, rapid access (with two lateral sliding doors and optional rear ramp) and quick role-change capability ensures mission flexibility for multiple operational scenarios.

To date, a total of 529 NH90s have been ordered by 14 nations, of which 418 are for the Tactical Transport Helicopter version. Six NH90 final assembly lines are now operational in France, Germany, Italy, Finland, Australia and Spain under direction of the pan-European NHIndustries industrial organization – which is owned by Eurocopter (62.5%), AgustaWestland (32%), and Fokker Aerostructures (5.5%). More than 80 NH90s have been delivered to military services, with these aircraft logging some 19,100 flight hours.

About Eurocopter

Established in 1992, the Franco-German-Spanish Eurocopter Group is a division of EADS, a world leader in aerospace, defense and related services. The Eurocopter Group employs approximately 17,500 people. In 2010, Eurocopter confirmed its position as the world’s number one helicopter manufacturer in the civil and parapublic market with a turnover of 4.8 billion Euros, orders for 346 new helicopters and a 49 percent market share in the civil and parapublic sectors. Overall, the Group’s helicopters account for 33 percent of the total worldwide civil and parapublic fleet. Eurocopter’s strong worldwide presence is ensured by its 30 subsidiaries and participations on five continents, along with a dense network of distributors, certified agents and maintenance centers. There are currently 11,200 Eurocopter helicopters in service and some 2,900 customers in 147 countries. Eurocopter offers the largest civil and military helicopter range in the world.
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MessageSujet: Re: Hélicoptères de Transport Tactique/lourd   Lun 12 Déc 2011 - 19:45

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MessageSujet: Re: Hélicoptères de Transport Tactique/lourd   Dim 3 Juin 2012 - 12:46


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MessageSujet: Re: Hélicoptères de Transport Tactique/lourd   Dim 3 Juin 2012 - 19:01

La même image en plus grande taille, pour pouvoir lire les modèles.
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MessageSujet: Re: Hélicoptères de Transport Tactique/lourd   Ven 8 Juin 2012 - 20:47

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MessageSujet: Re: Hélicoptères de Transport Tactique/lourd   Mar 12 Juin 2012 - 1:44

X3 testé et approuvé pour voler aux USA


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MessageSujet: Re: Hélicoptères de Transport Tactique/lourd   Mer 13 Juin 2012 - 11:39

belle série photo du NH-90

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MessageSujet: Re: Hélicoptères de Transport Tactique/lourd   Mer 13 Juin 2012 - 11:50

Y pete la classe cet Helico liebe
Moi qui est connu ( un peu ...) l'aerotransport en Puma et super puma cela va changer les tactiques d'emploi...... Cool
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MessageSujet: Re: Hélicoptères de Transport Tactique/lourd   Mer 13 Juin 2012 - 18:54

reste qu´en config SF le Caracal(heritier du s/puma) est plus convenable

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MessageSujet: Re: Hélicoptères de Transport Tactique/lourd   Mer 13 Juin 2012 - 20:30

Laissons murir le NH90 et attendons quelques années (le Caracal a encore de longue années devant lui...),aprés je pense qu'il en sortira quelque chose de bien meilleur.
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MessageSujet: Re: Hélicoptères de Transport Tactique/lourd   Jeu 14 Juin 2012 - 16:01

quelque photos dés différentes façons d'armer un NH-90













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MessageSujet: Re: Hélicoptères de Transport Tactique/lourd   Ven 15 Juin 2012 - 16:10

c´est le point faible du NH90,le door gun qui n´a pas ete pris en consideration des le debut comme le Caracal,ca ne laisse aucune place aux troupes pour border,mais la 3eme pic laisse croire que c´est possible a la caracal en le mettant a la fenetre,pourtant c´etait pas le cas avant scratch

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MessageSujet: Re: Hélicoptères de Transport Tactique/lourd   Ven 15 Juin 2012 - 16:19

sauf que sur le caracal la fenêtre elle est en avant de la cabine entre le poste de pilotage et la porte lateral ( ça donne une bien meilleur vue j'ai l'impression) alors que sur le NH-90 on dirai qu'elle est en milieu de cabine ça peut gêner quand même le déplacement des soldats


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MessageSujet: Re: Hélicoptères de Transport Tactique/lourd   Ven 15 Juin 2012 - 16:21

oui c´est pour ca que je dis qu´elle n´a pas ete pensée des le debut,apres on depanne comme on peut...ce qui fait du Caracal a mon avis un meilleur choix pour les SF

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MessageSujet: Re: Hélicoptères de Transport Tactique/lourd   Mar 31 Juil 2012 - 17:06

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The Ukraine branch of Russian news agency Kommersant is reporting that Sikorsky are in talks with local engine manufacturer Motor Sich. A feasible possibility is discussions for re-engining S61 models with the VK-2500 engine that powers the Mi-17 – given the political storm now brewing in the US over the purchase of ten further Mi-17s for operation in Afghanistan, putting higher-power engines in an S61 airframe may be the way of achieving the operational requirements without resorting to purchasing completed Russian-built helicopters.

Sikorsky has confirmed in the media that talks have taken place, but would not be drawn on where they were heading. Serious technical issues are reported, and whether these can be resolved is merely speculation at this time.
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MessageSujet: Re: Hélicoptères de Transport Tactique/lourd   Ven 3 Aoû 2012 - 23:21

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Un hélicoptère russe bat un record d'altitude

Le nouvel hélicoptère MI-38 a atteint un record d’altitude en montant jusqu’à 8.800 mètres durant un programme d'essais en vol. Aucun hélicoptère de ce segment (15,6 tonnes) n’est encore arrivé à ce palier. L’aéronef était équipé de moteurs Pratt & Withney en attendant d'être muni de moteurs de fabrication russe en phase de certification.



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MessageSujet: Re: Hélicoptères de Transport Tactique/lourd   Sam 4 Aoû 2012 - 13:27

La position du "door gunnner" de sabord du Caracal n'est pas franchement des plus pratique (pour le tir), elle est même particulièrement dangereuse (pour lui et l'hélico) au combat. Il y a tout de même un avantage pour le NH-90 par rapport au Caracal, c'est la possibilité de débarquer ou d'embarquer la troupe par la rampe arrière.





Voici une solution bien pratique trouvée par les français pour l'installation d'une arme de sabord (en position arrière) sur un NH-90 Caïman...

http://lignesdedefense.blogs.ouest-france.fr/media/00/01/376421255.jpg

http://lignesdedefense.blogs.ouest-france.fr/archive/2012/07/19/un-cayman-chez-les-forces-speciales-terre.html

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MessageSujet: Re: Hélicoptères de Transport Tactique/lourd   Mer 5 Sep 2012 - 12:07

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ROME — Amid concerns from NH90 customers about capabilities and delivery delays, the Italian Army has expressed satisfaction in the helicopter and dispatched two to Afghanistan, where they are flying from the Italian base in Herat.

The Army is planning to deploy four of its new helicopters to the rugged region by the end of September. Each aircraft will be transported individually on a C-17 airlifter — with its tail folded and rotors removed — from the Italian Army logistics center in Bologna.

“The first helicopter flew in Herat on Aug. 20, the day after it

arrived, and we are seeing that in Afghan conditions, the NH90 is delivering performance 15 percent above what was envisaged,” said Army Aviation Commander Gen. Enzo Stefanini.

“The third will be there soon,” he added.

The helicopters, which will undergo test flights in Afghanistan this month, will perform tactical transport and medevac missions and replace the Army’s six AB205 helicopters, which will be pulled out of Herat by year end.

Before the deployment, the Italian Army tested the helicopter in high, dusty conditions in Logrono, Spain.

“The NH90 has a maximum range of 450 miles, compared to the AB205’s 250 miles, and can cover the whole Italian zone of operations, as well as a hospital we need to reach for medevac missions, which the AB205 could not,” Stefanini said.

Between crew and logistics staff, about 45 personnel will handle the aircraft in Herat, about 10 per NH90.

Including the aircraft sent to Afghanistan, the Italian Army has 20 NH90s, 14 of which are in Initial Operational Capability (IOC) Plus Enhanced format.

The aircraft offer digital mapping, armor, self-protection suite including flares, satellite communication, encrypted radio and two pintle-mounted M134D guns, and are certified to operate with the rear ramp open in flight.

Still to come are Link 16, “which is required more for a high-intensity, symmetrical conflict,” Stefanini said, and laser obstacle avoidance monitoring capability, “which is not essential in Afghanistan.”

Six of the 20 aircraft delivered are still in plain IOC format and are now being redelivered to AgustaWestland for upgrading.

Four deliveries are expected this year, with six to follow in 2013 and eight in 2014, with the full order of 60 to be filled by 2016.

“From the 25th delivery, we will receive FOC [full operational capability] versions, but that is not a priority for Afghanistan,” Stefanini said.

The Italian Navy is meanwhile ordering 46 NH90s for anti-submarine and anti-surface warfare missions and 10 in a tactical transport helicopter navalized version for amphibious and special operations support duties.

The Italian Army’s NH90s are late. In 2008, planners expected the FOC versions to start arriving by the end of 2009. In 2009, they were expected by the start of 2011.

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Certification holdups and technical difficulties have slowed the international program to the extent that Sweden ordered 15 Black Hawks last year as a gap filler. Norway should have received eight maritime versions six years ago but has received only one and recently threatened to reconsider its order if it does not see more deliveries by year’s end.

Portugal is negotiating the suspension of its order for 10 tactical transport versions, largely for budgetary reasons.

But even though Italy has had to return helicopters for upgrades, Stefanini appeared satisfied with the pace of deliveries.

“We have now flown 5,000 hours, more than other users, and we are in Afghanistan,” he said.

Stefanini added that he was happy with the aircraft’s capabilities.

“We understood the capability on offer, and it met our needs; it was what we wanted,” he said.

The Italian Army NH90s are due to be deployed at Casarsa and Rimini, home bases of the Army’s Air Brigade, and at Viterbo, where they are used for Army special operations training. Bologna hosts a logistics base. Bologna and Viterbo now have dedicated NH90 hangars, while a similar hangar is being completed at Rimini.

The Army lost one NH90 in a crash at Lake Bracciano in Italy in June 2008, and the pilot was killed. The incident has now been attributed to “human and environmental factors.”

The new aircraft in Herat are flying alongside six Italian Chinooks, part of a CH-47 fleet now due for replacement by 16 CH-47F helicopters ordered in 2009.

“The first flight of the first new Chinook will take place this year, and we expect the first delivery in the first half of 2013, with a delivery rate of two a year,” Stefanini said.

Also based at Herat are Italian AW129 Mangusta attack helicopters. The type is also due for a weapon and propulsion upgrade. Two aircraft will be equipped, by year’s end, with the Israeli Spike missile, which Italy is also mounting on vehicles.

“The Spike offers an eight-kilometer range compared to the four-kilometer range currently offered by the TOW missiles used in theater,” Stefanini said.
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