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MessageSujet: Re: Armée Afghane/Afghan National Army(ANA)   Ven 17 Mai 2013 - 11:01

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Russia to Deliver 12 More Mi-17 Helicopters to Afghanistan

MOSCOW, May 16 (RIA Novosti) – Russia will deliver 12 Mil Mi-17V5 military transport helicopters to the Afghanistan Armed Forces by the end of 2013, state arms exporter Rosoboronexport said on Thursday.

The helicopters were options in a $367.5 million deal Rosoboronexport signed with the Pentagon in May 2011 for delivery of 21 Mi-17V5s. According to US officials, the deal could be worth up to $900 million including spares and servicing.

“The option agreement has been signed and the delivery will be completed by the end of this year,” said Grigory Kozlov, director of Rosobornexport's helicopter exports department.

Kozlov said the Pentagon has already started paying for the option deal as well as delivering US equipment to be installed on Russian helicopters specifically for Afghan missions.

Russia and the United States may soon start new negotiations on the purchase of additional Mi-17 helicopters for Afghanistan despite opposition from some US lawmakers, Kozlov said.

“I think this issue [the additional purchase] will be decided by the end of May and we will enter a new round of talks on the delivery of helicopters on top of the current 21 plus 12 units,” Kozlov said.

The deal to provide Russian helicopters for Afghanistan’s armed forces, paid for by the United States, has attracted considerable criticism from some politicians there.

The US Department of Defense said in April it plans to sidestep a Congressional ban to purchase helicopters from Rosoboronexport, despite objections from US lawmakers who allege that the firm has equipped the Syrian government with equipment, including helicopters, to attack civilians.

The Afghanistan armed forces want Russian-made helicopters in preference to others, because they have a history of using them since the Soviet invasion, and because of their low prices, durability and simplicity.

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MessageSujet: Re: Armée Afghane/Afghan National Army(ANA)   Ven 17 Mai 2013 - 12:21

ils doivent être bien lotis en options pour ce prix là !

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MessageSujet: Re: Armée Afghane/Afghan National Army(ANA)   Lun 20 Mai 2013 - 11:14

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Afghan pilots learn air assault tactics from Kentucky-based 101st Airborne

BAGRAM AIR FIELD, Afghanistan — With Afghan troops increasingly leading combat operations on the ground, the Afghan Air Force's fledgling helicopter fleet based in Kabul has learned new techniques to support them from the air.


The U.S. Army's 101st Combat Aviation Brigade started a new training program at Bagram Air Field for Afghan helicopter pilots to learn how to perform air assault missions. The brigade and its trainers are part of the Fort Campbell, Ky.-based 101st Airborne Division, the Army's only air assault division.

The ability of Afghan helicopters to quickly drop soldiers into combat is a new and critical role.

Afghan National Army and police have been slowly taking the place of American infantry units in the ground fighting, but they were still relying heavily on American planes and helicopters to support them with medical evacuations and combat operations, said Col. Paul Bontrager, the 101st Combat Aviation Brigade commander.

"They were replacing us on the ground, maybe not the same capability, but in the air, they were just not replacing us where they needed," he said.

In February, Bontrager sent a four-man team from his brigade to Kabul to teach crew and pilots from the 377th Afghan Air Force. They started with classroom training, then simulator rehearsals and then moved on to air assault exercises. Traditional air assault techniques include rappelling and fast roping, sling loading cargo and providing transportation for infantry units. The Afghan helicopter crews are just now starting to put their air assault training to use in combat missions in eastern Afghanistan.

Capt. Micah DiGrezio, one of the trainers, said the team had to make adjustments to fit the technology and aircraft used by the Afghan Air Force. The Afghans fly Russian-made Mi-17 helicopters, which are larger than the UH-60 Blackhawk helicopters used by American units, along with heavily armored Mi-35 attack helicopters.

While DiGrezio's pilots and crew use computers and printers to coordinate their air assault missions, the Afghans didn't have access to that technology. So they switched to using white boards to lay out the instructions and each crew member would copy down the plans on their own paper, he explained.

Even the methods for communicating between Afghan units on the ground and the pilots were simplified.

"They will just get on a cell phone and say, 'Hey, I need you out here,'" DiGrezio said.

The Afghan pilots also had a wide range of experience and backgrounds. Some of the older pilots were trained by the Soviets decades ago, while some of the younger Afghan pilots had learned to fly at the U.S. Army's aviation training school at Fort Rucker, Ala., DiGrezio said.

But he said all were eager to learn the new skills that would help them assist the ground units on the battlefield.

"There are so many places in Afghanistan you can only get to by helicopter and it is an essential capability for them," he said. "To be successful in the future, they know they need it."

The size of the Afghan Air Force, however, continues to limit their ability. DiGrezio said the Kabul-based fleet has only about 30 helicopters and with ongoing fighting this spring in Ghazni and Nangarhar provinces, they are in constant use.

"It's a transition from a big helicopter force that we provide here to a much smaller one and doing more with less," DiGrezio said.

The Defense Department said this year it plans to purchase 30 more Russian Mi-17 helicopters for the Afghan security forces to further bolster their aviation fleet.

While coalition forces still use aircraft to support and protect their ground troops, Afghan President Hamid Karzai earlier this year banned his troops from calling in coalition airstrikes in residential areas amid growing anger over NATO airstrikes that have killed or wounded civilians.

Bontrager said the continued reliance on American planes and helicopters is a disservice to the Afghan security forces.

"The larger concern is that it's disingenuous for us to be there protecting them and then sometime in the future just stop," he said. "There needs to be a weaning of American aviation support to the Afghan forces."
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MessageSujet: Re: Armée Afghane/Afghan National Army(ANA)   Lun 17 Juin 2013 - 18:09

30 nouveau Mi17V5 pour 500M$

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MessageSujet: Re: Armée Afghane/Afghan National Army(ANA)   Lun 17 Juin 2013 - 18:58

j´aime bien le new mato russe,je verrai bien des Mi-171v5/Mi-35M/An-70/SU-35 cheu nous Rolling Eyes

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MessageSujet: Re: Armée Afghane/Afghan National Army(ANA)   Mar 18 Juin 2013 - 10:23

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30 nouveau Mi17V5 pour 500M$
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Rosoboronexport, Russia was awarded a $572,180,894 firm-fixed-price contract modification for 30 Mi-17 helicopters, spare parts, test equipment and engineering support services. The Mi-17 military helicopters will be used by the Afghan National Security Forces Special Mission Wing, an aviation unit that supports counter-terrorism, counter-narcotics and special operations missions. Work will be performed in Russia and is expected to be complete by Dec. 31, 2014. This contract involves foreign military sales. FY12 funds in the amount of $572,180,894 are being obligated at time of award. Army contracting command Redstone Arsenal, Huntsville, Ala. is the contracting activity (W58RGZ11-C-0072/P0006).
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MessageSujet: Re: Armée Afghane/Afghan National Army(ANA)   Mar 18 Juin 2013 - 10:45

L'hélico revient à 17M$ .... robuste et fiable J'espère que les notres suivent les contrats et leur montant

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MessageSujet: Re: Armée Afghane/Afghan National Army(ANA)   Lun 1 Juil 2013 - 13:27


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MessageSujet: Re: Armée Afghane/Afghan National Army(ANA)   Mer 10 Juil 2013 - 1:41








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MessageSujet: Re: Armée Afghane/Afghan National Army(ANA)   Mer 10 Juil 2013 - 2:13

Le Mi-17V5 est magnifique.Cool 

J'espere aussi que l'ont s'oriente vers ce dernier, surtout vers le Mi28 (comme l'irak ont fait). 

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MessageSujet: Re: Armée Afghane/Afghan National Army(ANA)   Ven 13 Sep 2013 - 12:33

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Afghan National Army soldiers from the 3rd Mobile Strike Force Kandak and their advisers position vehicles during an operation in Helmand province, Afghanistan, Sept. 8, 2013. The operation was a joint mission with Marines from 3rd Battalion, 4th Marine Regiment, 2nd Tank Battalion, and the Afghan National Army, 3rd Mobile Strike Force Kandak. (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Cpl. Trent A. Randolph/Released)


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MessageSujet: Re: Armée Afghane/Afghan National Army(ANA)   Jeu 19 Sep 2013 - 11:31

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Afghans to receive first C-130 aircraft from US Air Force


KABUL, Afghanistan — After nearly a year of relying on helicopters for the bulk of its air cargo transportation, the Afghan Air Force will receive its first C-130H Hercules transports early next month.

The U.S. Air Force is slated to give the Afghans four C-130H aircraft. Two of those aircraft will be delivered on Oct. 10, the NATO Air Training Command-Afghanistan announced on Wednesday.

The U.S. military scrapped the Afghan air force’s entire fleet of 16 Italian-made C-27A cargo planes last year after maintenance problems grounded the aircraft.

The U.S. spent nearly $600 million on the C-27A program, but the contractor was unable to maintain the planes. Many of the Italian-made twin-turboprop C-27As now sit unused at the airfield in Kabul. The C-27As replaced a fleet of Antonov An-32 tactical transports the Afghans had successfully used.

The U.S. has promised to deliver at least four of the larger, four-engine C-130 aircraft.

In the meantime, the nascent Afghan Air Force has been using Russian-made Mil Mi-17 helicopters to haul most of the supplies, soldiers and wounded to and from the bases scattered around the country. Smaller, fixed-wing Cessna C-208 turboprop aircraft also chip in by flying to more established airfields.

Due to Afghanistan’s mountainous terrain and poor road networks, a strong fleet of tactical transports — both helicopters and fixed-wing aircraft — is seen as crucial in keeping isolated military outposts supplied without the danger of Taliban ambushes.

Afghan Ministry of Defense spokesman Gen. Zahir Azimi said C-130s have played a vital role in supplying NATO forces in Afghanistan, and the Afghans are looking forward to fielding aircraft of their own.

“It is very important for the Afghan national security forces to have C-130s because right now the American forces are using the C-130s so effectively,” he said.

But critics have pointed out that the C-130s are more complex, and therefore more expensive to maintain and operate than the C-27As — which proved more than a match for the Afghans. For example, a C-130 costs four times more to operate than an AN-32, according to Afghan military officials.

As international air forces have reduced their support for Afghan army and police units, the Afghan Air Force has been forced to scramble to keep up. The air force is on track to fly more than double the number of casualty evacuation missions this year compared to 2012, with 933 flown as of mid-September.

International advisers remain heavily involved in the Afghan Air Force. All-Afghan aircrews are flying more and more operational missions, but the whole force is not expected to be fully independent for several years after NATO combat troops depart at the end of 2014.

Three brand-new Mi-17 helicopters were delivered to Kabul earlier in September, and 20 propeller-driven A-29 Super Tucanos are supposed to be delivered by the U.S. Air Force later in 2014, and become fully operational by 2018. The Tucanos will be used as ground attack aircraft to replace the small and aging fleet of Mi-35 helicopter gunships currently used by the Afghans.

Zubair Babakarkhail contributed to this report.
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MessageSujet: Re: Armée Afghane/Afghan National Army(ANA)   Jeu 19 Sep 2013 - 11:40

y´a donc encore des H a donner
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The U.S. military scrapped the Afghan air force’s entire fleet of 16 Italian-made C-27A cargo planes last year after maintenance problems grounded the aircraft.

The U.S. spent nearly $600 million on the C-27A program
600M$ perdus comme ca Shocked je me rappel de la reception tres recente

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MessageSujet: Re: Armée Afghane/Afghan National Army(ANA)   Jeu 26 Sep 2013 - 0:31

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Des femmes dans les Forces Spéciales afghanes




Des militaires féminins dans les unités commandos de l’ANA.

Cette photographie que nous postons ci-dessous a été publiée hier par l’ISAF sur sa page Facebook. Elle est symptomatique de l’engagement des afghans pour rétablir la paix dans leur pays. Les femmes sont aussi engagés dans ce combat jusqu’au sein des unités commandos de l’ANA.
Cette femme sert au sein d’une Crisis Response Unit aux côtés de son mari, précise l’ISAF. Elle a été photographié au cours d’une opération de déminage alors qu’elle sécurisait le périmètre alentour. Plusieurs articles leur ont déjà été consacrés comme celui-ci sur salon.com.



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MessageSujet: Re: Armée Afghane/Afghan National Army(ANA)   Jeu 10 Oct 2013 - 10:32

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Afghans take delivery of US transport planes

Afghanistan took delivery on Wednesday of two C-130 transport aircraft from the United States, part of an effort to give the country's military the ability to better fight insurgents around the country.

Afghanistan will get another two of the airplanes, a mainstay of many militaries around the world, by the end of next year. The plane gives the nascent Afghan air force the ability to quickly ferry forces around the country along with their equipment and supplies.

The two planes were turned over during a ceremony at Kabul airport. They will replace 16 smaller Italian-made transport craft that were grounded because of maintenance problems.

Afghanistan's air force is mainly made up of Russian-made transport helicopters and a handful of Russian attack helicopters.

The country's army and police took over responsibility for security around the country from foreign forces earlier this summer, part of a plan that will see the full withdrawal of international combat troops by the end of 2014. The withdrawal has led to an escalation of violence as insurgents try to retake territory around the country.

Much of that violence has been in the south, where on Wednesday a suicide car bombing killed four people _two civilians and two policemen.

Helmand province police spokesman Shamem Noorzai said the attack took place in the Gareshk district and also wounded three civilians and a police officer. He added that the bomber targeted a police patrol and blew up his car next to a police vehicle in a crowded area of the town of Gareshk.

Helmand's provincial spokesman, Omer Zwak, said another attack, this one in Gramsir district, killed two people when the fuel truck they were driving in struck a roadside bomb.
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MessageSujet: Re: Armée Afghane/Afghan National Army(ANA)   Jeu 10 Oct 2013 - 16:05

a voir combien de temps ca va tenir encore,comme les C27A offerts et hors jeux deja

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MessageSujet: Re: Armée Afghane/Afghan National Army(ANA)   Jeu 10 Oct 2013 - 16:54

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Elle peut pas être militaire cella quand même Shocked 
C'est un mannequin aw !
Sinon je pense que je vais épouser une afghane Very Happy
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MessageSujet: Re: Armée Afghane/Afghan National Army(ANA)   Jeu 10 Oct 2013 - 17:52

HS/
d´experience les afghanes sont tres belles,malheureusement la bas tjs cachées sous le sac de patates
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MessageSujet: Re: Armée Afghane/Afghan National Army(ANA)   Jeu 24 Oct 2013 - 22:57

Yakuza a écrit:
HS/
d´experience les afghanes sont tres belles,malheureusement la bas tjs cachées sous le sac de patates
/HS
non pas un sac à patates...un sac cache beauté.. 
sinon je confirme des belles femmes ...après les maghrébines bien sûr Wink
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MessageSujet: Re: Armée Afghane/Afghan National Army(ANA)   Jeu 24 Oct 2013 - 22:58

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L'armée afghane confrontée à une vague de désertions

À l’heure où l’Otan retire peu à peu ses troupes d’Afghanistan, Kaboul peine à retenir ses soldats au sein de ses contingents. Des défections qui font craindre pour la stabilité du pays. Témoignages de déserteurs.
 
Alors que l'Otan s'apprête à retirer ses troupes d'Afghanistan, après plus de dix ans d'occupation, Kaboul reprend peu à peu le contrôle sécuritaire de certaines régions du pays. Problème : le pays peine à faire face à des désertions massives de ses troupes. Chaque année, quelque 100 000 soldats ou policiers abandonnent leur poste, soit un tiers des effectifs . Une situation qui fait douter de la capacité du gouvernement d'Hamid Karzaï à assurer la sécurité du pays, après le départ des troupes de l'Alliance transatlantique, d'ici à la fin 2014.
Sur les hauteurs de Kaboul, à l’heure où les enfants jouent au cerf-volant, un père de famille revient sur les raisons de sa désertion. Après huit années passées dans l’armée afghane, il confie à FRANCE 24 sa lassitude de servir dans "un combat qu’il juge inégal". "Pendant les affrontements, souvent nos armes s’enraillent, cela m’est arrivé trois fois, elles surchauffent, et se bloquent, déplore-t-il. L’équipement des Taliban est bien meilleur, ils ont de vraies kalachnikovs, alors que nous, nous avons des armes chinoises."
Aux problèmes matériels s’ajoutent des retards récurrents dans le versement des soldes. "Les salaires étaient versés avec 15, 20 jours, parfois même un mois de retard, explique l’ancien soldat. Et 220 euros par mois, ce n’est même pas assez pour payer un loyer à Kaboul." Les Américains injectent pourtant chaque année des centaines de milliers de dollars dans l’armée afghane.
Intimidations des Taliban
D’autres raisons expliquent encore les défections. Un rapport du Pentagone, publié en décembre 2012, met en avant de multiples dysfonctionnements au sein de l'armée afghane : défaut d’encadrement, rythme opérationnel élevé, nombreux refus de permissions, manque de responsabilité, difficile séparation avec les familles, ou encore la “culture du combattant saisonnier”. Certains soldats s’arrogent, en effet, des permissions non autorisées pour, par exemple, participer aux récoltes, quand ils sont issus d’un milieu paysan.
Enfin, les sanctions pour dissuader ceux qui quittent l’uniforme sont totalement inexistantes, faute de recrues suffisantes. "Mon père ne voulait plus que je serve dans l’armée", indique simplement un jeune déserteur, de retour dans le bureau des recrutements pour justifier ses trois années de désertion. "Cela arrive souvent que des Taliban menacent tout une famille, s’il l’un d’entre eux rejoint l’armée", explique le Colonel Kareemullah, responsable du centre de recrutement de Kaboul. "Dans ce cas, le soldat est obligé de retourner dans sa famille pour mettre les siens à l’abri, et de postuler [à nouveau] auprès de nous".
Quand les soldats revendent leurs armes aux Taliban
Plus grave, de plus en plus de déserteurs rejoignent les rangs de l’insurrection ou marchandent avec les Taliban. En échange de sa kalachnikov et de son gilet par balles, un ancien policier, rencontré par FRANCE 24, a reçu 200 dollars des Taliban et un sauf-conduit pour ses proches. "Je connais plein de gens qui ont vendu leurs armes, tout le monde fait ça, même des commandants", raconte un ancien soldat, sous couvert de l’anonymat. "Certains ont même vendu plein d’autres choses, comme des 4X4 et des réserves d’essence".
Pour Miyuki Droz Aramaki, correspondante FRANCE 24, le phénomène risque de s’amplifier avec le départ des troupes de l’Otan. "Incapable d’endiguer les désertions, le gouvernement Karzaï perd du terrain", alors que "les Taliban sont capables de mener des opérations dans toutes les provinces du pays."
Les États-Unis et l'Afghanistan négocient depuis des mois un traité bilatéral de sécurité [BSA], qui doit encadrer la présence américaine dans le pays au terme de la mission de combat de l'Otan, fin 2014.
Le départ des soldats de la coalition s'effectuera dans un contexte politique sensible, l'Afghanistan doit élire un nouveau président le 5 avril prochain.

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MessageSujet: Re: Armée Afghane/Afghan National Army(ANA)   Mer 27 Nov 2013 - 14:18

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Afghanistan seeks tanks, field artillery and attack helicopters from India

150 battle tanks, 120 (105 mm) field guns, a large number of 82 mm mortars, one medium lift transport aircraft (AN-32), two squadrons of medium lift (24) and attack helicopters (24) and a large number of trucks and jeeps form a part of the wish list that Afghanistan has handed over to New Delhi to arm itself ahead of the 2014 NATO draw down. Afghanistan has also sought allied paraphernalia for training, maintenance and upkeep of the equipment.

Highly placed sources in the government have told Headlines Today that Afghanistan army also wants New Delhi to set up a military training facility for its officers and soldiers in Afghanistan and provide a training team immediately. The training is for English language, counter insurgency operations, ordnance-weapons & stores management and also vehicle repairs.

This is assistance apart from the 2 billion dollar aid India is providing to rebuild Afghanistan. India is providing a 2 billion US dollar line of credit to Afghanistan for infrastructure development projects including construction of dams, roads, bridges, Parliament, Schools, hospitals and training facilities. "India is working very closely with the US, Russia and several other countries on Afghanistan-post 2014 draw down and all like minded powers have one goal. Afghanistan cannot be permitted to slide back into the tumultuous days of Taliban at any cost. An effort is being made to synchronize the rebuilding effort,'' sources said.

And in a powerful signal to India, Afghanistan has turned down Pakistan's request for both training their service personnel and a generous line of credit to take "what they want'' from Pakistan ordnance factories. "Pakistan's all powerful Army Chief General Ashfq Pervez Kayani had visited Afghanistan and offered to train the Afghanistan army - both officers and men and also equip the Afghanistan army. One officer even attended the Command and Staff College in Quetta but in his assessment report after the course said officers in future should be sent to Staff College, Wellington (India),'' sources added.

More than 400 Afghan army officers have trained at National Defence Academy (NDA) Khadakvasla, Indian Military Academy (IMA) Dehradun and Officers Training Academy (OTA) Chennai in the past three years alone. A total of 1200 Afghan National Army officers have been trained by India. "And back in Afghanistan they proudly wear the NDA, IMA & OTA insignia on their uniform. Though the International Security Assistance Force (ISAF) has set up a training base for Afghan officers and enlisted men in Afghanistan itself - communication remains an issue. Therefore they prefer to undergo training in India. We give pre-commission training to 50 officers every year - but call for 150 applications and the cadets undergo an examination similar to services selection board (SSB) in Kabul itself,'' sources added. India does not weed out applicants based on their ethnic background. India is training Afghan cadets and officers from diverse ethno-religious backgrounds including Pashtun, Tajik and Uzbeks.

Afghanistan has also sought Indian assistance is setting up Base Repair Workshops for equipment. "A lot of equipment has been provided to them by different countries. They have so far been adopting a use and throw policy. That is very expensive and cannot be sustained. They have made an urgent request to help set up repair workshops and train their personnel in workshop operations and inventory management. Given the fact they have equipment from roughly 30 countries their inventories are also vast and almost unmanageable. This is one area where we are actively helping them,'' sources added.

Top level government sources have told Headlines Today that the prime minister's office is not very inclined to give lethal military hardware to the current Afghan army. "While India is focusing on capacity building, training and infrastructure, the NATO forces have so far been providing arms and ammunition to the Afghan army. 80 per cent of Afghan army equipment comes from NATO forces. The Afghan army is well provided for - when it comes to small arms, ammunition and infantry support weapons. However, there are real fears that area destruction weapons and tanks, artillery etc. could end up in wrong hands post 2014 US army drawdown. Therefore we prefer to adopt a wait and watch policy,'' sources added. India hopes ISAF will train and adequately arm the ANA before the 'final draw down' not just with infantry weapons but also Artillery, Tanks and other area domination weapons.

There is a small group that believes India should share weapons with the Afghan army and build their capacity to withstand a Taliban onslaught post 2014 drawdown. A defeatist mentality will only weaken the young Afghan army further. For now both the US and India appear to be adopting a wait and watch policy to see Afghan election results.

Speaking to Headlines Today Ambassador Jayant Prasad, India's former Ambassador to Afghanistan said: "India has always been a reliable partner of Afghanistan and there are three features that will define India-Afghan partnership for all times to come, perseverance, balance and adaptability. We will see the circumstances and do what ever is required to make Afghanistan stable and prosperous and that holds true of the defence sector too.''

Former Director General Military Intelligence (DGMI) Lt Gen Ravi Sawhney concurs. "Afghan National army needs an artillery Brigade and Armoured Brigade for protection against Taliban. India has stood by Afghanistan in its darkest days when they were practically abandoned by the world. We have a long term commitment to stabilize Afghanistan and India will not let them down.''

http://m.indiatoday.in/story/afghanistan-nato-india-pakistan-indian-military-academy-indian-army/1/325670.html
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