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MessageSujet: Re: Armée Afghane/Afghan National Army(ANA)   Ven 7 Jan - 18:21

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Remington Arms Co., Inc., Ilion, N.Y., was awarded on Jan. 5 a $8,914,609 firm-fixed-price contract. The award will provide for 1,212 M24 sniper rifles with bipods to the government of Afghanistan. Work will be performed in Ilion, N.Y., with an estimated completion date of Sept. 30, 2014. One bid was solicited with one bid received. The U.S. Army TACOM LCMC, Rock Island, Ill., is the contracting activity (W56HZV-11-D-0049).
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MessageSujet: Re: Armée Afghane/Afghan National Army(ANA)   Ven 28 Jan - 8:26

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Afghan Air Force C-27 fleet continues growth



The Afghan Air Force received an addition to its forces last week with the arrival of the ninth C-27A Spartan transport aircraft at the Afghan Air Force Base in Kabul, creating an 11% immediate increase in the number of C-27s and brings the AAF closer to its ultimate goal of 20 Spartans.
The C-27A is a rugged, twin-engine turboprop aircraft with short take-off and landing capability. The Spartan is well suited for Afghanistan's mountainous terrain and limited road network. These obstacles make air power critical to the mobility of the Afghan National Security Forces. A C-27 can carry up to 20,000 pounds of cargo and fuel and operate on unimproved airfields as short as 3,000 feet, which allows access to airstrips unreachable by most fixed-wing aircraft.
Seen as a key contributor to the future of the Afghan Air Force, the C-27 is phasing out the Antonov-32 transport aircraft as the centerpiece of Afghanistan’s cargo/transport mission, said Maj. Jay Troxell, a C-27 advisor with the NATO Air Training Command-Afghanistan/538th Air Expeditionary Advisory Squadron.
Troxell, who helped fly the aircraft from Italy to Kabul, believes that the new C-27 also brings value not only in bolstering the size of the AAF’s fixed wing assets, but provides a good training platform for the force’s developing pilot corps.
“It [the new C-27] handles well. It is definitely forgiving and easy to land, which helps for instruction,” said Troxell.
The Afghan Air Force is expected to receive its 10th C-27A Spartan in early February. These new aircraft will provide increased support for the Afghan National Security Force.


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MessageSujet: Re: Armée Afghane/Afghan National Army(ANA)   Jeu 3 Fév - 16:15






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KABUL, Afghanistan (Feb. 2, 2011) - Afghan National Army Soldiers learn how to launch an 82mm mortar at an infantry branch school range Feb. 2, 2011 in Kabul, Afghanistan. NATO Training Mission-Afghanistan advisers provide guidance to Afghan National Army instructors charged with conducting the bulk of training

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MessageSujet: Re: Armée Afghane/Afghan National Army(ANA)   Lun 14 Fév - 7:30

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Afghan Air Force Reaches Milestone: 2,000 C-27 Hours Flown
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2011-02-D-089
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KABUL, Afghanistan (Feb. 13, 2011)
—The Afghan Air Force, with NATO Air Training Command-Afghanistan support, reached 2,000 hours of flight time in the C-27A Spartan aircraft during a passenger transport mission from Kabul to the Kandahar Feb. 10.

Afghan Air Force and NATO Air Training Command-Afghanistan personnel reached the landmark while transporting more than 30 Afghan National Army service members from Kabul to Kandahar, all the while gaining experience flying based solely off of aircraft instrumentation due weather conditions.

“Each of these milestones is an important step in the C-27’s path to replacing the Antonov-32 as the main transport aircraft of the Afghan Air Force, and the centerpiece of this force,” said U.S. Air Force Capt. Larry Needham, a C-27 advisor with the 538th Air Expeditionary Advisory Squadron.

Yet not only significant in marking the C-27’s ascension in Afghan Air Force, the 2,000 hour mark is a measure of pilot training and development.

“Over time, as we have flown more and more, we have become better pilots and have been able to learn instrument flying,” said Afghan Air Force Maj. Wali Bagrammid, a pilot on the flight.

“During the time spent in air, we have been able to observe and improve our methods of training,” said Needham. “Because of the time spent in this aircraft, we have been able to learn how to advise and these Afghan pilots have learned how to fly. We now have a better understanding of the not only the aircraft’s capabilities, but the capabilities of the pilots themselves.

“Based on where these pilots are at this point in time, a day where the Afghan Air Force can fly and service these aircrafts without coalition support is foreseeable. Ultimately, the goal is independence,” he said.

Though a significant achievement in the developing the Afghan Air Force, the pilots who made the milestone-reaching flight were unaware of the milestone before landing.

“We we not aware of the circumstances,” said Bagrammid. “We were just doing our jobs.”

The C-27A is a twin-engine turboprop aircraft with short take-off and landing capability. The Spartan is well suited for Afghanistan's mountainous terrain and limited road network. A C-27 can carry up to 20,000 (9,072 kilograms) pounds of cargo and fuel and operate on unimproved airfields as short as 3,000 feet, which allows access to airstrips unreachable by most fixed-wing aircraft.
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MessageSujet: Re: Armée Afghane/Afghan National Army(ANA)   Mar 22 Fév - 6:54

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Onward and Upward: Afghan Air Force C-27 fleet half way to goal



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The Afghan Air Force received its tenth C-27A Spartan transport aircraft at the Afghan Air Force Base in Kabul Feb. 20.
The addition marks the half-way point in the AAF’s C-27 fleet as it continues to build to 20.
Not only valuable for Afghanistan’s burgeoning cargo capabilities, the addition provides a greater training platform for the AAF as it gains a greater proficiency in the aircraft.
The C-27A is a rugged, twin-engine turboprop aircraft with short take-off and landing capability. The Spartan is well suited for Afghanistan's mountainous terrain and limited road network. These obstacles make air power critical to the mobility of the Afghan National Security Forces. A C-27 can carry up to 20,000 pounds of cargo and fuel and operate on unimproved airfields as short as 3,000 feet, which allows access to airstrips unreachable by most fixed-wing aircraft.
“This increases the aircraft and hours available for training, allowing Afghan pilots a greater opportunity to fly and become accustomed to the aircraft,” said U.S. Air Force Maj. Todd Andrewson, a C-27 pilot advisor with the 538th Air Expeditionary Advisory Squadron who flew the aircraft to Kabul from Naples, Italy.
The impact on the AAF is seen as immediate by U.S. Air Force Lt. Col. Christopher Smith, the commander of the 538th AEAS, who says the aircraft is scheduled to begin taking part in training operation within two days of its arrival.
“It just feels good to see growth on the flight line,” said Andrewson, originally from Simi Valley, Calif., who had brought in C-27 number four nearly 10 months ago when he first arrived to Afghanistan.
Andrewson also believes that the training and operational benefits that the new C-27 provides is another step towards the ultimate goal of a fully independent Afghan Air Force.
“The quicker they can build up the C-27 squadron, the quicker they can completely handle their own operations and have less of a need for coalition support,” he said.
The Afghan Air Force is expected to receive its eleventh C-27A Spartan in early April. These new aircraft will provide increased support for the Afghan National Security Force.
Seen as a key contributor to the future of the Afghan Air Force, the C-27 is phasing out the Antonov-32 transport aircraft as the centerpiece of Afghanistan's cargo/transport mission. The Antonov-26 transport aircraft was discontinued from service in the AAF earlier in the year, and the AN-32 has a projected end-of-service date of June 2011.
The tenth C-27A Spartan cargo/transport aircraft to join the Afghan Air Force comes to a rest with its propellers still spinning on the flight-line of the Afghan Air Force Base in Kabul Feb. 20. With the new C-27, the Afghan Air Force is half way to its goal of 20 C-27A Spartans. (U.S. Navy Photo by Mass Communications Specialist 2nd Class Vladimir V. Potapenko)


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MessageSujet: Re: Armée Afghane/Afghan National Army(ANA)   Ven 25 Fév - 10:32

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AAF to Replace Antonov-32 Transport Aircraft


The Afghan Air Force (AAF), with Nato Air Training Command-Afghanistan support, has completed 2,000 hours of flight time in the C-27 Spartan.
US Air Force C-27 advisor with the 538th Air Expeditionary Advisory Squadron, Captain Larry Needham, said the milestone is an important step in the C-27's path to replacing the Antonov-32 as the main transport aircraft of the AAF.
The AAF has undergone significant expansion in its capabilities under the Nato Air Training Command-Afghanistan mission, with various countries, including Hungary, the Czech Republic, Croatia and the UK assisting development over the past few years.
The C-27 is a twin-engine turboprop aircraft with short take-off and landing capability.
It is well suited for Afghanistan's mountainous terrain and limited road network, allowing access to airstrips unreachable by most fixed-wing aircraft.

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MessageSujet: Re: Armée Afghane/Afghan National Army(ANA)   Mar 1 Mar - 7:25

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AAF C-27 Spartan Transport Aircraft to be Fitted with Japanese Propeller Blades




The US has decided to buy used propeller blades from Japanese Maritime Self-Defence Force (MSDF) search-and-rescue aircraft for use by the Afghan Air Force (AAF).
Although the US intended to acquire the propeller blades last year, the parties are expected to sign a formal contract for the acquisition as early as this month.
The deal will reportedly cover propellers for five aircraft.
The AAF has received several C-27 Spartan transport aircraft from the US, however, there is a shortage of spares including propeller blades.
Japan has decided to sell the propellers as they have been used on civilian aircraft and therefore do not violate Japan's anti-arms export principle that bans the export of military equipment to be used in active war zones, reports the Mainichi Daily News.

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MessageSujet: Re: Armée Afghane/Afghan National Army(ANA)   Mar 8 Mar - 13:05

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Afghan National Army special forces commandos look out for enemy combatants during a joint training exercise between the Afghan air force and SF commandos held outside of Kabul March 5. The exercise was the first joint training mission between AAF and SF commandos to see AAF forward observers working with ANA ground forces to provide a link between air and ground initiatives. A precedent that AAF Brig. Gen. Mohammed Barat, the Kabul Wing commander, sees as a major step towards better cooperation and cohesion between the two forces.





Afghan air force Mi-35 helicopters provide close air support for Afghan National Army special forces commandos engaging enemy combatants during a joint training exercise between the AAF and SF commandos held outside of Kabul March 5. The exercise was the first joint training mission between AAF and SF commandos to see AAF forward observers working with ANA ground forces to provide a link between air and ground initiatives. A precedent that AAF Brig. Gen. Mohammed Barat, the Kabul Wing commander, sees as a major step towards better cooperation and cohesion between the two forces.



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MessageSujet: Re: Armée Afghane/Afghan National Army(ANA)   Jeu 17 Mar - 8:45

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AAF to Acquire New Rotary Wing Primary Training Aircraft



MD Helicopters has been awarded a firm-fixed-price contract to provide new rotary wing primary training aircraft for the Afghan Air Force (AAF).
The $20m award will provide for the acquisition of six MD 530F new rotary wing primary training aircraft, and two corresponding flight training devices (FTD) and critical spare parts.
The contract also includes options for 48 additional new rotary wing primary trainers, two additional FTDs and critical spare parts.
The MD 530F is equipped with the 650shp Rolls-Royce 250-C30 engine and its high altitude lift capability helps it operate in hot and high environments.
Work will be carried out at the company's facility in Mesa, Arizona, US, with an estimated completion date of 31 March 2016.

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MessageSujet: Re: Armée Afghane/Afghan National Army(ANA)   Mer 6 Avr - 9:36

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La Russie livrera 21 hélicoptères à l'Afghanistan (journal)




La Russie livrera 21 hélicoptères militaires Mi-17 pour 367,5 millions de dollars l'Afghanistan, conformément à un contrat russo-américain qui sera signé prochainement, a annoncé le journal russe Kommersant citant Michael Steiner, représentant spécial du gouvernement allemand pour l'Afghanistan et le Pakistan.
"Les Américains m'ont indiqué que le contrat serait prochainement signé. Nous recevrons 21 hélicoptères Mi-17. Les appareils seront livrés dès la fin de 2011, nous en avons besoin. Les Mi-17 sont mieux adaptés à nos conditions que les autres hélicoptères et nos pilotes les connaissent bien. Nous les avons utilisés pendant les années 1980. J'ai appris à piloter ces hélicoptères en URSS et je sais de quoi je parle", a pour sa part déclaré le général Abdul Wahab Wardak, chef d'Etat-major de l'Armée de l'air afghane.
Selon le général, Moscou vendra les hélicoptères pour 17,5 millions de dollars chacun, soit pour 367,5 millions de dollars.
La Russie et l'OTAN ont lancé des négociations sur les hélicoptères il y a plus d'un an, selon le journal. L'Alliance a tenté en vain de persuader Moscou de livrer les appareils gratuitement en vue de contribuer à la stabilité en Afghanistan. Les pays membres de l'Alliance n'ayant pas réussi à réunir les fonds nécessaires pour acheter les hélicoptères, les Etats-Unis se sont joints aux discussions. Moscou et Washington se sont finalement mis d'accord pour financer ensemble la livraison des hélicoptères.
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MessageSujet: Re: Armée Afghane/Afghan National Army(ANA)   Mer 18 Mai - 6:57

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Afghan SWAT Teams

12th May 2011 saw the final day of partnership training with the Afghan national civil order police (ANCOP) and the US Pathfinders from 101st Aviation Regiment, based in Kandahar, Afghanistan.

The training consisted of air assaults from Blackhawk helicopters, and to proceed to attack a designated target. The training was carried out in the Red Desert in heat over 40 degrees C.

The highly trained joint team will be operating together to capture insurgencies throughout the Kandahar region.





Two members of the 101st Pathfinders take over watch as a Blackhawk flies over head in the Red desert.





A Blackhawk flies in to pick up ANCOP and Pathfinders after an air assault training mission.





A Blackhawk flies in to drop off ANCOP and Pathfinders that are ready to carry out an air assault training mission.










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MessageSujet: Re: Armée Afghane/Afghan National Army(ANA)   Sam 21 Mai - 8:59

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Afghanistan National Army (ANA) soldiers undergo training by a US contractor at Camp Leatherneck on the outskirts of Lashkar Gah in Helmand Province on May 19, 2011.





Afghanistan National Army (ANA) soldiers undergo training by a US contractor at Camp Leatherneck on the outskirts of Lashkar Gah in Helmand Province on May 19, 2011.





Afghanistan National Army (ANA) soldiers undergo training by a US contractor at Camp Leatherneck on the outskirts of Lashkar Gah in Helmand Province on May 19, 2011.





Afghanistan National Army (ANA) soldiers undergo training by a US contractor at Camp Leatherneck on the outskirts of Lashkar Gah in Helmand Province on May 19, 2011.





Afghanistan National Army (ANA) soldiers undergo training by a US contractor at Camp Leatherneck on the outskirts of Lashkar Gah in Helmand Province on May 19, 2011.





Afghanistan National Army (ANA) soldiers undergo training by a US contractor at Camp Leatherneck on the outskirts of Lashkar Gah in Helmand Province on May 19, 2011.





Afghanistan National Army (ANA) soldiers undergo training by a US contractor at Camp Leatherneck on the outskirts of Lashkar Gah in Helmand Province on May 19, 2011.




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MessageSujet: Re: Armée Afghane/Afghan National Army(ANA)   Jeu 16 Juin - 12:24

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Afghanistan To Get 440 Armored Security Vehicles



The U.S. will ship Afghanistan's army a fleet of 440 armored security vehicles in November, adding MRAP-level blast protection to a force that now travels mostly in lightly armored Humvees and pickup trucks.

The vehicles will be from the family of Medium Armored Security Vehicles (MASV), which includes nine variants and is similar to the M117 Armored Security Vehicles driven by U.S. forces. They are built by Textron Marine & Land Systems; the Afghanistan order is the first for the vehicles.
"The MASV platform is based on the U.S. Army ASV (M117) which has a proven track record in both Iraq and Afghanistan," wrote Col. David Bassett, the U.S. Army Tactical Vehicle project manager, in an email to Defense News.
Afghanistan National Army officials requested a multirole armored vehicle to transport eight soldiers that is easy to maintain as the young force is struggling to stand up its supply chain.
"Equipping the ANSF and building its facilities is only part of the solution. There is also an obligation to enable them to sustain and maintain this equipment and infrastructure so that the echoes of the past are not heard in the future," said Lt. Gen. William Caldwell, head of NATO Training Mission-Afghanistan, in a speech at the Brookings Institution.
The program will cost $543 million, and will be paid for by Afghan Security Forces funds. Textron officials said it will take 18 months to complete the order. The first 240 vehicles will arrive by June 2012.
Afghan and coalition forces chose not to give the Afghan forces Mine-Resistant, Ambush-Protected All-Terrain Vehicles because that family of vehicles lacked the required variants and cannot transport eight soldiers, as required by Afghan military leaders, Bassett said.
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MessageSujet: Re: Armée Afghane/Afghan National Army(ANA)   Ven 1 Juil - 10:39

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AAF Mi-17 Crash



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Afghan National Army medical personnel, U.S. Soldiers and 438th Air Expeditionary Wing Airmen arrived at the site of an Afghan Air Force Mi-17 helicopter crash in Kunar province Afghanistan. Upon arrival, teams assessed security, treated injuries and began the process of recovering the aircraft. An AAF safety investigation board has been conveyed to determine the cause of the crash. (U.S. Air Force photo by Tech. Sgt. Brian E. Christiansen)

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MessageSujet: Re: Armée Afghane/Afghan National Army(ANA)   Dim 24 Juil - 0:57

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MessageSujet: Re: Armée Afghane / Armée nationale afghane (ANA)   Lun 1 Aoû - 18:44

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MessageSujet: Re: Armée Afghane/Afghan National Army(ANA)   Jeu 4 Aoû - 9:10

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Hélicoptères pour l'Afghanistan: la coopération Russie-Etats-Unis continue




Les dix premiers lots d'équipements étrangers pour les hélicoptères russes Mi-17V5 destinés à l'armée afghane arriveront à l'usine de Kazan d'ici deux mois, a annoncé jeudi à Moscou Viatcheslav Dzirkaln, directeur adjoint du Service fédéral russe pour la coopération militaire et technique (FSVTS).

"Les deux premiers lots seront acheminés à Kazan fin août, les huit autres en septembre" conformément au contrat russo-américain sur la livraison de 21 hélicoptères de transport militaire Mi-17V5 à l'Afghanistan, a indiqué M.Dzirkaln devant les journalistes, démentant ainsi les informations selon lesquelles la réalisation du contrat posait des problèmes.

Le contrat d'un montant de 367,5 millions de dollars, selon les médias, a été conclu en mai dernier par le commandement de l'Armée de terre des Etats-Unis et l'agence russe d'exportation d'armements "Rosoboronexport". Le premier lot d'hélicoptères sera livré à l'Armée de l'air afghane en octobre 2011. Les autres appareils seront remis à l'Afghanistan en 2012.
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MessageSujet: Re: Armée Afghane/Afghan National Army(ANA)   Mer 10 Aoû - 9:26

Afghan Air Force Mi-17 Hip transport helicopters sit on the tarmac at the Kabul Airport.

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Afghan Air Force C-27 Spartan transport aircraft sit on the tarmac at the Kabul Airport.

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MessageSujet: Re: Armée Afghane/Afghan National Army(ANA)   Mer 14 Sep - 9:46

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An Afghan military helicopter fires on a building which is occupied by Taliban insurgents during a coordinated assault in Kabul, Afghanistan, on Tuesday, Sept. 13, 2011. Taliban insurgents fired rocket-propelled grenades and assault rifles at the U.S. Embassy, NATO headquarters and other buildings in the heart of the Afghan capital Tuesday while suicide bombers struck police buildings. The U.S. Embassy and NATO reported no casualties.



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MessageSujet: Re: Armée Afghane/Afghan National Army(ANA)   Mar 20 Sep - 8:08

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AAF receives first fixed-wing trainers



SHINDAND, Afghanistan - The first three aircraft slated as initial trainers for the Afghan Air Force undergraduate pilot training program arrived at Shindand Air Base today, marking a historic day for Afghanistan and its nascent Air Force.

Arriving in front of onlookers including Afghan and coalition leadership, the three Cessna 182 Turbo aircraft, are the first of six to be used as initial flight training aircraft, with six additional Cessna 208B’s scheduled to arrive over the coming months as the fixed wing follow-on trainer.

In addition to the fixed wing program, there will be six MD-530 light helicopters delivered later this year, devoted to the rotary wing portion of UPT. These aircraft, along with six Mi-17 helicopters, will be used for advanced follow-on training. The initial instructor cadre of the training program is staffed by a handful of U.S. Air Force, coalition and Afghan instructors.

In 2009, the Afghanistan Ministry of Defense selected its first group of pilot candidates on which to build its future Air Force. Absent any indigenous training resources or facilities, the future pilots were sent to the U.S. where they were enrolled in language immersion training, followed by U.S. Air Force undergraduate pilot training.

According to officials, the AAF has begun a new and exciting chapter in its history by officially beginning its first-ever Afghan Flight School.

“Six years ago we had nothing, and today we are receiving our first three training aircraft,” Major General Abdul Wahab Wardak, Afghan Air Force Commander, stated in his speech during the arrival of the C-182T’s. “I once looked out to see our Air force scattered across Afghanistan, today we have brought our Air force back together here at Shindand, the only Air Force training base in Afghanistan.”

Wahab went on to thank the coalition and all of the advisers for helping them reach this historic occasion.

Officials also indicated the arrival of these first aircraft is a momentous step towards the creation of a self-sufficient, Afghan led flying training center of excellence at Shindand AB; a crucial piece in the development of a fully independent and operationally-capable Air Force.

Shindand AB will not only be the center for pilot training, but will eventually serve as the training center for much of the AAF. Included in the training center will be maintenance, language and professional military education as well as training and support functions and skills necessary for nearly 1,400 Shindand Air Wing Airmen to sustain base and flight-school operations.

“This is a huge task, developing an entire UPT program from the ground-up, to include infrastructure, aircraft, maintenance and personnel. But it is of the utmost importance to ensure it is done right in order to establish long-term sustainment of the AAF,” said Lt. Col. James Mueller, 444th Air Expeditionary Advisory Squadron Commander. “One of the most obvious signs of the importance of the mission and the long-term impact it will have on the AAF is the international coalition support you see here [in Shindand]. The U.S., Italian and Hungarian Air Forces as well as the U.S. Army and civilians are working hand-in-hand with our Afghan counterparts to ensure the future success of Shindand AB.”

During the ceremony, Col. John Hokaj, 838th Air Expeditionary Advisory Group Commander, reminded attendees of Afghanistan’s history and the commitment of the coalition forces.

“Throughout history, Afghanistan has seen many external powers come with the purpose of gaining access to resources, trade routes and markets,” the colonel said. “The mission of NATO and her coalition partners is vastly different. Our objective is to set the conditions for irreversible transition to full Afghan security responsibility and leadership.”

The first class of AAF pilots will begin later this year, marking the first time in decade’s new fixed-wing pilots have been trained in Afghanistan.

These students, along with their Afghan counterparts currently undergoing flight training in the U.S., will graduate as fully-rated instrument pilots and serve as the backbone of the AAF and will fill a critical role in the transition to a fully capable and self-sufficient AAF explained advisers.
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Alenia NA Continues G222 Aircraft Deliveries to Afghanistan Air Force



Alenia North America, a subsidiary of Alenia Aeronautica and part of the Finmeccanica group, announced that it has delivered aircraft 12, 13 and 14 of the 20 G222 aircraft ordered by the U.S. Air Force (USAF) to the Afghanistan Air Force (AAF). One aircraft deployed to Kabul earlier this month and the second and third will deploy before the end of September. These aircraft will continue to be used by the USAF and the AAF to conduct mission operations in Afghanistan.

The AAF G222 fleet has flown over 4,700 hours. The missions have been dedicated to providing humanitarian aid, MEDEVAC and security to Afghanistan.

Two of the G222 that have been delivered to the AFF are in a VIP configuration; these aircraft have already been used to support VIP transport within the country.

“Alenia North America is looking forward to continuing to be involved in the G222 program in future years,” said John Young, chief executive officer of Alenia North America. “The G222 has become the backbone of the country’s growing Air Force and has provided vital support to ongoing missions in Afghanistan.”
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