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MessageSujet: Re: Armée canadienne/Canadian Armed Forces   Jeu 17 Fév 2011 - 12:00

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La marine canadienne étudie des modèles de bâtiments étrangers


Le ministère canadien de la défense nationale a discrètement demandé à la marine d’étudier des modèles étrangers de bâtiments et des solutions pour répondre à ses besoins de bâtiments neufs. Cette décision a provoqué l’inquiétude d’une industrie canadienne qui lutte pour sa survie.
Récemment, le ministère britannique de la défense a révélé qu’il discutait avec le Canada pour la participation au programme de Global Combat Ship de BAE Systems, le projet de frégates devant remplacer celles de la Royal Navy.
Le gouvernement canadien a refusé de faire des commentaires, sinon pour les qualifier de routine.
Des sources canadiennes ont indique que la marine avait aussi envisagé — mais rejeté — une offre britannique d’acheter un des bâtiments relativement récents de transport de la classe Bay, dont certains doivent être vendus ou démantelés à cause des réductions budgétaires.
Cette proposition avait été faite parce que le programme canadien de bâtiment de ravitaillement est dans l’impasse, sans aucune date ferme malgré une décennie de planification, de réduction du nombre de bâtiments et de modification de la conception.
Les responsables de la marine ont aussi reçu l’ordre de regarder des propositions et des plans français, alors même qu’un travail important était effectué pour la conception de bâtiments canadiens.

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MessageSujet: Re: Armée canadienne/Canadian Armed Forces   Ven 25 Fév 2011 - 23:14


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MessageSujet: Re: Armée canadienne/Canadian Armed Forces   Lun 28 Fév 2011 - 13:39

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Canadian Naval Base to Receive Sonar Upgrade



The Candian Government has awarded a contract to Ledcor Construction for the construction of a new Canadian towed array sonar system (CANTASS) work cell at CFB Esquimalt.
The $3.8m project includes construction of a new industrial-support building, additions and renovation of two existing modern industrial buildings, extensive upgrading of the dockyard's utility services and general site improvements.
The facility will replace the existing building, where work on the CANTASS is performed for use in patrol frigates and DDH-class destroyers.
CANTASS is the next level of phase IV of the modernisation of the fleet maintenance facility at the Esquimalt dockyard.
The five-phased fleet maintenance facility shop consolidation project was announced in March 2009.
CFB Esquimalt is the base of Pacific maritime operations and home to Canada's Pacific fleet warships.

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MessageSujet: Re: Armée canadienne/Canadian Armed Forces   Jeu 3 Mar 2011 - 12:57

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Ottawa to impose cash penalties on Sikorsky for helicopter delays




Ottawa’s patience has run its course as the federal government is set to impose penalties of up to $8-million against Sikorsky for the latest delays in the delivery of a new fleet of maritime helicopters.
The aircraft manufacturer is facing a financial hit after failing to meet a schedule that already has been pushed back from the original 2008 deadline. The amount of the penalty is largely symbolic, representing up to 0.15 per cent of the $5.7-billion contract, but the move highlights Ottawa’s decision to take a tougher stand against the U.S.-based company.
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MessageSujet: Re: Armée canadienne/Canadian Armed Forces   Ven 18 Mar 2011 - 13:24

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Canadian fighter jets heading to Libya



OTTAWA - Canada will send six CF-18 fighter jets to southern Europe to help enforce a no-fly zone over Libya, defence sources told QMI Agency.
Fighter jets from CFB Bagotville in Quebec are expected to head to Europe as soon as various diplomatic clearances are obtained.
A spokesman for Defence Minister Peter MacKay, though, would not provide official confirmation of the mission.
"We do not comment on speculation and this is an unconfirmed story," said MacKay spokesman Jay Paxton.
After days of debate, the United Nations Security Council decided on Thursday to "establish a ban on all flights in the airspace" over Libya.
"Today the Security Council has responded to the Libyan people's cry for help," said Susan Rice, U.S. ambassador the UN.
The mission for fighter jets from Canada and other countries could involve a combination of targeting infrastructure that is important to the Libyan Air Force, such as radar installations, or attempting to shoot down any Libyan Air Force jets.
That said, the mandate from the UN security council authorizes "all necessary measures" be taken short of invading Libya in order to protect Libyan citizens and rebels from attacks by forces loyal to Libyan Leader Moammar Gadhafi.
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MessageSujet: Re: Armée canadienne/Canadian Armed Forces   Dim 20 Mar 2011 - 10:42

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Canadian CF18 Hornet fighters arrive at the air base of Trapani Birgi
in the southern island of Sicily on March 18, 2011. Italian air bases
could play a key role in any military action against Libya but the prospect of Rome's first operation against its former colony since World War II carries high risks, experts said.







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MessageSujet: Re: Armée canadienne/Canadian Armed Forces   Jeu 24 Mar 2011 - 17:43

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Canadian CF18 jet pilots from the 425 Tactical Fighter squadron of 3 Wing Bagotville Quebec, chat upon arrival after a missionon March 24, 2011 at Trapani-Birgi airbase in Sicily. Western and Arab warplanes were converging in the last days on Italy's air bases, including the one of Trapani-Birgi, to join the international campaign to cripple the ability of Moamer Kadhafi's forces to attack Libyan civilians in the UN-mandated Operation 'Odyssey Dawn' with air strikes on Libya.





Technicians work by a Canadian F18 jet fighter from the 425 Tactical Fighter squadron of 3 Wing Bagotville Quebec where rockets are being installed for a mission on March 24, 2011 at Trapani-Birgi airbase in Sicily. Western and Arab warplanes were converging in the last days on Italy's air bases, including the one of Trapani-Birgi, to join the international campaign to cripple the ability of Moamer Kadhafi's forces to attack Libyan civilians in the UN-mandated Operation 'Odyssey Dawn' with air strikes on Libya.








Weapons systems technicians with 425 Tactical Fighter Squadron in Bagotville, prepare to arm CF-18 Hornet fighter jets with AIM-120 medium-range air-to-air missiles at Trapani air base in Sicily in this Canadian Forces handout photo dated March 22, 2011. Canada has provided six CF-18 (CF-188) Hornets to enforce the no-fly zone over Libya. Picture taken March 22, 2011.













A ground crewman with the 425 Tactical Fighter Squadron in Bagotville, guides a CF-18 Hornet fighter jet before a mission, at Trapani air base in Sicily in this Canadian Forces handout photo dated March 21, 2011. Canada has provided six CF-18 (CF-188) Hornets to enforce the no-fly zone over Libya. Picture taken March 21, 2011.





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MessageSujet: Re: Armée canadienne/Canadian Armed Forces   Ven 25 Mar 2011 - 13:29

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Canada sends surveillance planes to Libyan coast


Two Canadian surveillance aircraft have been sent to the Libyan coast to help coalition forces keep ships from bringing weapons and mercenaries into the North African country.
The Auroras departed 14 Wing Greenwood in Nova Scotia and are in the midst of travelling to a military base in Trapani, Italy.
Defence Minister Peter MacKay announced the deployment plans on Thursday afternoon, saying that two CP-140 Aurora planes will soon be engaged in the "evolving" mission against Libyan leader Moammar Gadhafi.
NATO began patrolling Libya's coast on Wednesday, with the intention of cutting off the ability of ships that could be carrying weapons to reach shore. But it currently does not have enough vessels to patrol the entire coast.
MacKay said the planes will be used "to provide strategic maritime surveillance and support of the United Nations Security Council resolution 1973 and in particular in support of the arms embargo enforcement mission."
The Auroras will help "provide the Canadian Forces and the coalition with continuous presence over a vast theatre of operations" along the Libyan coast, he said.
Each is equipped with long-range sensors and can carry enough fuel to patrol the air for 17 hours.
In addition to the Auroras, Canada already has seven CF-18 fighter jets and a frigate, HMCS Charlottetown, involved in the UN-backed campaign to protect Libyan civilians against attacks from Gadhafi's forces.
MacKay said the deployment of the two surveillance planes will not affect the military's ability to conduct operations, or to provide search and rescue services in Canada.
Canadian fighter jets were recently on air-to-ground missions but didn't fire on any targets. However, earlier this week they attacked an ammunitions depot and drove back a convoy of tanks.
Currently, the U.S. is still leading the coalition operations in Libya, though MacKay said discussions are underway to develop "a revised command structure for operations."
NATO has agreed to command the naval blockade, MacKay said, but no decision has been made about changing command of the no-fly zone.
The international coalition has launched repeated air strikes and military barrages on Libya's military installations and ground troops loyal to Gadhafi.
The military offensive has helped temporarily repel Gadhafi forces from the rebel-hld city of Misrata, and has kept them from advancing on Benghazi, the centre of the rebel movement.
Meanwhile the rebel-held city of Ajdabiya has weathered a week-long siege by Gadhafi forces despite the coalition strikes.
MacKay said Canada currently has 435 military members taking part in the ongoing operations in Libya.
Canada's National Defence website indicates that the Canadian Forces have previously used Auroras in hundreds of patrol missions in the Persian Gulf.
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MessageSujet: Re: Armée canadienne/Canadian Armed Forces   Ven 25 Mar 2011 - 16:25

voila ce que j´attendais,le premier flir de Libye je crois,c´est un Sniper XR ATP


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MessageSujet: Re: Armée canadienne/Canadian Armed Forces   Mer 30 Mar 2011 - 13:06

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Thales Wins Canadian Maritime Situational Awareness Project


Thales Canada has been awarded a contract to deliver the interdepartmental maritime integrated command, control and communications (IMIC3) project.
Commander C3 is a low-risk, cost-effective system that addresses the technical and interoperability challenges associated with cooperation and coordination among Canadian police, coast guard, and naval authorities.
The project will integrate Department of National Defence and Canadian Coastguard assets to deliver a robust national command and control network for both units.
The IMIC3 solution, with 70 Commander C3 nodes integrated through a satellite communications network, provides seamless near real-time coverage of all areas of operation, including the Arctic.
The solution will provide coordination in tasks such as search and rescue, coastal surveillance, economic exclusion zone protection, and customs and immigration patrol.

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MessageSujet: Re: Armée canadienne/Canadian Armed Forces   Mer 30 Mar 2011 - 18:25

Yakuza a écrit:
voila ce que j´attendais,le premier flir de Libye je crois,c´est un Sniper XR ATP


désolé de te decevoir Yakusa mais les Belges utilisent le sniper depuis leurs entrée dans la danse
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MessageSujet: Re: Armée canadienne/Canadian Armed Forces   Jeu 31 Mar 2011 - 3:11

non je parle du premier video flir du conflit accessibleau public,Thierry,je sais que vous utilisez le Sniper aussi

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MessageSujet: Re: Armée canadienne/Canadian Armed Forces   Jeu 31 Mar 2011 - 18:41

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A CF-18 fighter jet, from 425 Tactical Fighter Squadron in Bagotville, is refueled by a Canadian Forces Airbus CC-150 Polaris tanker over the Mediterranean Sea near Trapani, Italy, in this Canadian Forces handout photo dated March 29, 2011. Canada has deployed six CF-18 (CF-188) Hornets to enforce the no-fly zone over Libya. Picture taken March 29, 2011.






Two CF-18 fighter jets, from 425 Tactical Fighter Squadron in Bagotville, fly over the Mediterranean Sea near Trapani, Italy, in this Canadian Forces handout photo dated March 29, 2011. Canada has deployed six CF-18 (CF-188) Hornets to enforce the no-fly zone over Libya. Picture taken March 29, 2011.





A CF-18 fighter jet, from 425 Tactical Fighter Squadron in Bagotville, flies over the Mediterranean Sea near Trapani, Italy, in this Canadian Forces handout photo dated March 29, 2011. Canada has deployed six CF-18 (CF-188) Hornets to enforce the no-fly zone over Libya. Picture taken March 29, 2011.




 
 
 


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MessageSujet: Re: Armée canadienne/Canadian Armed Forces   Sam 9 Avr 2011 - 13:40

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Navy to upgrade torpedoes for troubled subs



Canada's navy plans to spend about $120 million to upgrade 36 torpedoes, but they still won't work in its four submarines without further refits, CBC News has learned.
The navy has MK-48 American torpedoes in stock, but the four British-built submarines aren't capable of firing them.
Even after the weapons are converted, Canada would still have to spend millions more to refit the submarines to fire them.
Defence Minister Peter MacKay confirmed the plans on Friday but said no decision had been made about the procurement.
"Of course I know about it," MacKay said during a campaign stop with Conservative MP Gerald Keddy in Bridgewater, N.S.
"There's absolutely no decision taken at this point. The Department of National Defence is continuously looking at different procurements whether it be munitions, whether it be new equipment."
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MessageSujet: Re: Armée canadienne/Canadian Armed Forces   Mer 13 Avr 2011 - 13:11

Histoire Tragique qui a commencé en 1998 Laughing
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Treize ans après leur achat, les sous-marins canadiens ne peuvent toujours pas lancer de torpilles


Treize ans après avoir acheter 4 sous-marins peu utilisés par les Britanniques, le Canada n’est toujours pas parvenu à les remettre en état de combattre.
Actuellement, un seul des 4 sous-marins de la classe Victoria est capable de prendre la mer. Aucun ne peut combattre tant que leurs tubes lance-torpilles n’auront pas été convertis pour lancer des torpilles Mk 48 américaines*.
Les kits de conversion ont enfin été commandés et ils devraient être installés d’ici 2 ans, si le Congrès américain ne s’y oppose pas. De tous ces déboires, le Canada a appris que les sous-marins sont des bâtiments couteux à construire et à entretenir, même s’ils sont d’occasion.
Les anciens Upholder britanniques


Tout a commencé dans les années 90, lorsque le Canada a voulu remplacer ses sous-marins classiques datant des années 60. Cela ne semblait pas possible, parce que des sous-marins neufs auraient couté près de 500 millions $.
Dans le même temps, la Grande-Bretagne a décidé de passer à une force sous-marine entièrement nucléaire et a désarmé 4 sous-marins de la classe Upholder, mis en service entre 1990 et 1993, peu utilisés donc. Elle les vendait pour 188 millions $ pièce.
L’affaire a été conclue en 1998, la livraison devant commencer en 2000. Le Canada a désarmé ses sous-marins de la classe Oberon en 2000. C’est alors qu’il a découvert que les sous-marins britanniques avaient besoin de travaux de remise en état : réparer des fuites, installer du matériel canadien... plus que cela n’était prévu.
Ce n’est qu’en 2004 que les sous-marins ont enfin été livrés. Mais l’un d’entre eux, pendant le trajet vers le Canada, a été endommagé gravement par un incendie. Ce sous-marin devait être remis en service l’année prochaine.
D’ici la fin de cette année, 3 sous-marins devraient être de retour en service. Peut-être.
Ne pas avoir de sous-marin opérationnel depuis près de 10 ans est devenu un problème majeur au Canada.
Le problème est que, au départ, les sous-marins ont été achetés sans un examen complet. Ce n’est qu’ensuite qu’il a été découvert que les principaux systèmes avaient des problèmes qui devaient être réparés (pour un cout considérable).
Par conséquent, ces sous-marins ont passé la majeure partie de leur temps, au cours de la dernière décennie, à subir des réparations ou des améliorations.
La réparation finale sera de faire fonctionner les tubes lance-torpilles.
Le seul sous-marin de la classe Victoria qui soit opérationnel est actuellement en patrouille dans le Pacifique, à la recherche d’activités douteuses que, s’il en trouve, il devra signaler aux autorités compétentes... sans pouvoir lui-même intervenir.
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* Les sous-marins ont été conçus pour lancer des torpilles britanniques, Tigerfish et Spearfish.

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MessageSujet: Re: Armée canadienne/Canadian Armed Forces   Mer 20 Avr 2011 - 12:44

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HMCS Victoria returns to sea


After five years in the shop, the only submarine permanently stationed at CFB Esquimalt returned to sea over the weekend, the News has learned.

HMCS Victoria was tugged out of dry dock and parked alongside a dockyard jetty in Esquimalt Harbour Sunday night, according to sources.

It is a momentous occasion for Canada’s submarine program, making the HMCS Victoria the second sub to have sea-faring capabilities, however limited.

It’s second only to HMCS Corner Brook, which is expected to arrive in Victoria from CFB Halifax this summer to run patrols.

Sources reveal the Victoria-class boat was tugged out at the base dockyard when the tides were at their highest.

HMCS Victoria has been undergoing extensive maintenance, repairs and modernizing upgrades in the base dry dock for the past five years – about half its life as a Canadian submarine.

“Victoria is the first (Victoria-class) submarine we’ve ever done this level of maintenance on,” Cmdr. Christopher Earl, the navy’s technical authority on Canada’s submarines, said in a February interview.

He said he couldn’t estimate repair and upgrade costs at the time because work on the HMCS Victoria is ongoing.

Earlier this year the plan was to float the boat around the end of February and park it at a jetty to put it through another round of tests and evaluations, the sub’s captain, Cmdr. Christopher Ellis, told the News in January.

At the time, he said he hoped to take HMCS Victoria out to the Strait of Juan de Fuca in early July, the beginning of a six-month round of additional tests and trials. The goal was to have the sub become fully operational, possibly in December, Ellis said.

Once the vessel receives full clearance, it will become the first fully operational weapons-capable Victoria-class submarine on the West Coast.

The navy’s objective is to one day have three functioning submarines operating at the same time, with a fourth undergoing maintenance at Victoria Shipyards, said Earl.

“Every six to eight years any marine system you put in a marine environment has to be fixed or maintained,” he explained. “Our sub program is no different from any other submarine program in the world.”
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MessageSujet: Re: Armée canadienne/Canadian Armed Forces   Ven 20 Mai 2011 - 14:52

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The first interim maritime helicopter, the CH-148 Cyclone, arrived at 12 Wing Shearwater, N.S., last week. Credit: Sikorsky.2011/WEB2011-M922F-01.jpg

The CH-148 Cyclone inside a hangar at 12 Wing Shearwater, N.S. after its arrival last week.
Photo Credit: Sikorsky.
The first interim maritime helicopter, the CH-148 Cyclone, arrived at 12 Wing Shearwater, N.S. last week to support training of Canadian Forces aircrew and technicians for the Maritime Helicopter Project.
“The arrival of this helicopter in Shearwater demonstrates progress with this project and brings us one step closer towards the delivery of a Maritime Helicopter capability that provides the Canadian Forces with a modern, flexible helicopter to assist in the defence of Canada and Canadian interests well into the future,” said Defence Minister the Peter MacKay.
On May 13, 2011, Sikorsky Operations International Inc. flew the helicopter to Shearwater as part of its contractual obligation under the Maritime Helicopter Project to deliver initial cadre training to the Canadian Forces. The helicopter will be used as a ground-based training aid for technicians.
The arrival of this helicopter does not mark formal delivery at this time as Sikorsky has not yet met all of the contractual delivery requirements. The helicopter will remain under Sikorsky title and control until all requirements are met.
The Canadian Forces will take formal delivery and assume ownership of the helicopter once a Canadian military airworthiness certificate is granted and once initial aircrew flight training is conducted.
Sikorsky continues to make steady progress. Formal delivery of the first interim maritime helicopter is expected later this summer. The new Cyclone, in its final configuration, will be at the forefront of modern technology and will be one of the most capable maritime helicopters in the world.
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MessageSujet: Re: Armée canadienne/Canadian Armed Forces   Mer 25 Mai 2011 - 2:00

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a FORCE PROTECTION, INC. group company, today announced the addition of Elbit Systems and Lockheed Martin Canada as additional providers for the Canadian Forces requirement for the Tactical Armoured Patrol Vehicle (TAPV) project.

Force Protection Industries, Inc. previously announced that it has been selected by the Canadian Government as one of the competitor companies qualified to provide up to 600 wheeled combat vehicles and related long term support services. CAE was announced recently as Force Protection’s main Canadian partner with responsibility for providing the in-service support solution. The Canadian Department of National Defence (DND) expects to award a contract to the final selected bidder by early 2012.

Randy Hutcherson, Chief Operating Officer of Force Protection, said, “We are pleased to add both Elbit Systems and Lockheed Martin Canada as part of our integrated vehicle system team for the Canadian Forces. We chose both firms based on the unsurpassed quality of their specific products and services which will help make our vehicle system offering into what we believe will be the optimal solution for the Canadian Forces.”

Elbit Systems Land and C4I DRWS was chosen based on its superior performance, reliability, and ease of integration. This product will provide the best technical solution for the TAPV project while delivering tremendous Industrial and Regional Benefits for Canada. The production of the DRWS will be in Nova Scotia and will create numerous high-tech, high-value jobs in that region.

Lockheed Martin Canada was chosen as the C4ISR integrator for the TAPV requirement based on its recognized capability in the development, production and support for integrated C4 systems.

“We look forward to adding our C4ISR and systems integration capabilities to an outstanding team led by Force Protection,” said Tom Digan, president of Lockheed Martin Canada. “We have delivered complex systems to all branches of the Canadian Forces for more than 60 years and we look forward to working on the TAPV program.”
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MessageSujet: Re: Armée canadienne/Canadian Armed Forces   Jeu 26 Mai 2011 - 1:15

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General Atomics, CAE partner for Canada UAV contest

General Atomics Aeronautical Systems, Inc (GA-ASI) and simulator manufacturer CAE have announced a partnership to enter Canada's joint unmanned surveillance target acquisition system (JUSTAS) competition.

Under the terms of the deal, announced 25 May, GA-ASI will provide Predator B vehicles and ground control stations, while CAE will provide training consoles, systems integration and logistics support. Any prospective sale would be contingent upon winning a competition and subject to standard foreign military sales (FMS) protocol. Possible competitors in the medium altitude long endurance (MALE) category include the Israel Aerospace Industries (IAI) Heron TP, EADS Talarion and BAE Systems Mantis.
Canada's JUSTAS program has been crawling at a snail's pace since its formal launch in 1999, with initial operational capability originally expected in 2009; an RFP is now expected in 2012, with a construction contract awarded in 2013 and initial operational capability in 2015.

In a 2008 the Canadian army leased IAI Heron drones to support forces deployed to Afghanistan. The Heron lease was renewed in 2010, but will expire with the imminent withdrawal of Canadian troops from Afghanistan. GA-ASI declined to bid for the 2008 lease deal, citing concerns about heavy penalties in the contract terms for late aircraft deliveries.


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MessageSujet: Re: Armée canadienne/Canadian Armed Forces   Ven 27 Mai 2011 - 0:50

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Canada reveals new delay for interim CH-148 delivery

Canada's top defence official said on 26 May that Sikorsky has delayed formal delivery of the first of six interim CH-148 Cyclone maritime helicopters to the third quarter.

The new timetable marks the latest in a long series of delays since Sikorsky was awarded the contract in 2004 to deliver 28 military derivatives of the S-92 under the maritime helicopter programme (MHP).

The original contract called for first delivery in 2009, but Canada last year agreed to accept the first six aircraft with an "interim" capability in November 2010. That schedule was further delayed to the first half of 2011.

It appeared that Sikorsky had met its obligation when the first CH-148 arrived on 13 May at Shearwater, Nova Scotia. But the aircraft has not been formally delivered because Sikorsky failed to meet all of the contractual delivery requirements, Minister of Defence Peter MacKay said in a statement.

Although the first CH-148 is now based with 12 Wing at Shearwater, the first aircraft will remain under Sikorsky's control until the contract is fulfilled, McKay said, adding that milestone is "expected later this summer".

Sikorsky must clear a Canadian certification process for military airworthiness and conduct initial training for aircrew before formal delivery is declared, MacKay said.

"The arrival of this helicopter demonstrates progress with this project and brings us one step closer towards the delivery of a maritime helicopter capability," MacKay said.

It was not immediately clear when Sikorsky will deliver the five other interim helicopters, or the remaining 22 CH-148s with a full capability suite. As of last July, Sikorsky was required to deliver the CH-148s with full capability by June 2012.

The six interim helicopters are being delivered without some operational software, maximum engine power, full endurance and automated datalinks.


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MessageSujet: Re: Armée canadienne/Canadian Armed Forces   Lun 6 Juin 2011 - 11:55

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Submarine hits bottom off B.C. coast




Two sailors suffered minor injuries after a Canadian submarine struck bottom during weekend training exercises off Vancouver Island.

HMCS Corner Brook was conducting submerging manoeuvres Saturday in the vicinity of Nootka Sound, off the west coast of Vancouver Island, at the time.

Pash said the 60-person crew immediately brought the ship to the surface to conduct safety checks.

Two sailors suffered bruises.

Pash said no fuel was released into the environment, and Corner Brook was returning Sunday to Canadian Forces Base Esquimalt, near Victoria.

He said the crew was participating in advanced officer training at the time.

"The type of training is actually amongst the most challenging conducted in submarines, focused on developing the skills of potential submarine commanding officers," Pash said in an interview Sunday.

The navy will investigate what happened.
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MessageSujet: Re: Armée canadienne/Canadian Armed Forces   Ven 10 Juin 2011 - 11:50

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Canada to pull out of key NATO air defence program


Government says cost-cutting measure will have little effect on defence and foreign policy


The government of Canada intends to cut its participation in a NATO air surveillance program, CBC News has learned.
The cuts have not yet been publicly announced, but sources tell CBC that Defence Minister Peter MacKay raised the issue with some allies at a NATO conference in Brussels, this week.
The NATO Airborne Warning And Control System (AWACS) is a series of military airborne surveillance and mission control planes that provides the alliance the ability to monitor air space, and to control fighter aircraft patrolling the skies.
The AWACS planes are staffed by a multi-national crew from alliance nations, including Canada.
The planes have been in heavy use in the Libyan campaign, monitoring the skies above the war-torn country, and guiding fighter planes towards their targets.
It's not clear when Canada will end its participation in the program, but sources report the decision has apparently angered some allies.
The Canadian government is defending the decision as a cost-cutting measure, with little effect on Canada's defence and foreign policy.
"Over the course of the past months, the Department of National Defence and the Canadian Forces have identified numerous efficiencies that do not affect the core capabilities or readiness of our military, as part of this government's efforts to ensure best value for tax dollars," Jay Paxton, a spokesman for MacKay said.
"In tough economic times, this government believes making action-oriented decisions in support of freedom, democracy, human rights and the rule of law are more essential to NATO member states' security than any other initiative."
An announcement about any formal decision will be made in the coming months, Paxton said.
The apparent decision comes at an odd time.
Next week, Parliament will be asked to extend the mission in Libya by another 3½ months.
A NATO source told CBC that NATO's AWACS program has never been busier than it is now.
The NATO planes are in heavy use over Afghanistan, and in particular, over Libya.
NATO staff consider the program a shining example of international military co-operation.
In fact, the program has been so successful, several NATO allies are training air crew to soon join the program, allowing the alliance to expand its AWACS operations.
Seventeen NATO nations participate in the program, and more than 2,900 air crew support and operate the planes.
More than 100 Canadian air crew are involved in the program, flying the planes, and operating their sophisticated airborne sensors.
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MessageSujet: Re: Armée canadienne/Canadian Armed Forces   Lun 20 Juin 2011 - 16:26

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Canadian Navy Issues Tender for Nuclear Decontamination Centre



Canada has issued a tender to build a permanent nuclear decontamination centre at the Canadian Forces Base (CFB) in Shearwater, Nova Scotia on the eastern shore of Halifax Harbour.
The C$1m, 250m² building will stock the various decontamination materials required whenever a nuclear-powered vessel visits Halifax and ties up at CFB Shearwater, according to CBC News.
CFB Halifax commander Captain Brian Santarpia said the US nuclear-powered vessels visit Halifax between five and six times a year.
"We're building a decontamination shelter here to do the work we have been doing for a long time, to be ready in case there's an accident on a visiting nuclear vessel," Santarpia added.
"If they needed medical aid we would have a team of people to pick up their casualties and we would move them along here and in through the decontamination before moving them off to a hospital."
The construction contract will be awarded this year and the centre is expected to be complete by February 2012.

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