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MessageSujet: Armée Népalaise   Jeu 1 Oct 2009 - 17:33

Découvrons cette armée inconnue au bataillon! Ils disposeraient donc d'une armée de l'air modeste, je vais essayer d'approfondir pour l'armée de terre.

Site de l'armée Népalaise:

http://www.nepalarmy.mil.np/index.php

Armée de l'air:

¤ Y-7 2
¤ M28 Skytruck 2
¤ SC-7 Skyvan 3M 1
¤ BN-2T Defender 2
¤ HS-748 Andover 1
¤ Lancer 10
¤ Mi-17 Hip-H 4
¤ SA-330C Puma 2
¤ AS-332L Super Puma 1
¤ Dhruv 4
¤ AS-350B Ecureuil 1
¤ Chetak 2
¤ Bell 206L Long Ranger 2

Je suis aller sur le site de l'armée népalaise, si il y a des anglophones, pouvez vous nous extirper les principales informations? Je sais qu'il y a google trad, mais j'ose pas vous sortir le résultat que j'ai eu de cette "trad"! lol

COMBAT SUPPORT



Brigadier
Generals command all the Support Directorates. Field Artillery, Air
Defense Artillery, Engineers and Signals have their own Directorates.
Each Directorate is responsible for the training, posting and promotion
of personnel other than commissioned officers. Each Director is also
responsible to advise the COAS on matters pertaining to his respective
arm.

The developments of the various Combat Support Arms in the Nepalese Army are elaborated below:




ARMOUR

Armour
is an arm that combines fire power with mobility, giving the commander
flexibility in planning and executing his operations. It is
characterized by it ability to provide a decisive shock effect. Its
ability to conduct rapid maneuver to secure a position of advantage,
coupled with its devastating firepower under the protection of its
armour, plays a vital role in gaining initiative in modern warfare.
This arm plays a key role in dislocating the enemy's defenses. At the
same time, it provides the direct means by which the Army can achieve
the destruction of the enemy's will to fight. Therefore it is both a
strategic and a tactical arm, depending upon its employment. Yuddha
Kawach Battalion, commanded by a Lieutenant Colonel, is the only
completely armoured regiment in the Nepalese Army.




ARTILLERY

The
primary role of the Artillery is to deliver timely, accurate and
effective fire in support of the maneuvering forces in order to help
accomplish the mission. As the Artillery is an indirect fire support
system, the gunners at the weapons do not need to see the targets in
order to engage fire. The forward observers as well as elements of
target acquisition units provide the locations of the targets. This
information is then passed to the command post that commands and
controls the weapons delivering the fire. The Directorate of Artillery,
commanded by a Brigadier General, is responsible for providing
artillery support in the Nepalese Army. Currently in the Nepalese Army,
employs two branches of Artillery - the Field Artillery and the Air
Defense Artillery.




Field Artillery

The
History of Field Artillery in Nepal dates back to 1901 BS, in the reign
of King Rajendra Bikram Shah, when Rajdal "Paltan" was established with
the responsibility of the safe keeping and maintenance of canons used
during the warfare of that era. During the reorganization of the
Neplaese Army in 2009 BS, the Rajdal "Paltan" was renamed the Mountain
Battery. In 2012 BS, the Rajdal Mountain Battery was again renamed to
Rajdal "Paltan". In the year 2023 BS, while modernising the Nepalese
Army, 4.2 inch Battery packs were inducted into the Rajdal "paltan" and
the "paltan" was renamed to Rajdal Battalion, hence initiating the
establishment of Field Artillery component within the Nepalese Army. In
the year 2031 BS, increment in Field artillery weaponry systems of the
Rajdal Battalion was made by adding 120 mm Mortar Battery (Towed). In
the year 2041 BS, the 120 mm Mortar Battery (Towed) was replaced by the
British 105 mm Howitzer (Towed). During the process of updating the
Nepalese Army, 105 mm Light Field Guns were availed to the Rajdal
Battalion by India in the year 2061 BS. The motto of the Battalion
translates to "Work without expecting returns."

Currently,
the Rajdal Battalion is under the Directorate of Filed Artillery. There
are 3 Field Artillery Battalions including the Rajdal Battalion and 2
independent Light Batteries in the Nepalese Army.






Air Defense

The
history of Air Defence in Nepal is about two decades old. During the
process of modernizing the Nepalese Army, it was realized that the
Nepalese Army was lacking one of the most important combat support
organs of modern era, an Air Defense Artillery. An Air Defence
Artillery organ was extremely essential for securing the air space of
the nation. Decision was made by the then Government of Nepal to equip
the Nepalese Army with Air Defence Artillery.

A
team of 25 Army personnel including Officers, Junior Oficers and NCO’s
were sent to China in order to receive training on weapons and other
various aspects of Air Defence Artillery. After this team returned to
Nepal, it conducted various trainings at Panchkhal with a view to
provide knowledge on Air Defence Artillery to other personnel of the
Nepalese Army, using Chinese Air Defence weapons. After rigorous study
and planning, Air Defence weapons and equipments were acquired by the
Nepalese Government from China and establishment of an Air Defense
Battalion took place on the 6th of July 1988. This same Air Defense
Battalion was later named as Jadadal Battalion on the 31st of May 1991.

On
the 15th of June 1990, a brigade was established by the then Government
in order to command the Field Artillery and Air Defence Artillery
organs of the Nepalese Army. However, a separate scope and Directorate
for the Defense Artillery was felt necessary by the then Government
which resulted in the separation of Air Defence Artillery from the 13
Brigade and formation of an Air Defence Directorate on the 4th of
December 2003.

In
order to train personnel, produce qualified manpower for the operation
and maintenance of weapons and equipments and for the production of
future instructors, an Artillery Training Center within the premises of
the Directorate of Air Defense Artillery has been established.




COMBAT ENGINEERS

The
Combat Engineers are highly versatile and skilled professionals capable
of employing state-of-the-art machinery to deliver responsive engineer
support to the Army. The Combat Engineers are an indispensable force in
the battlefield because they provide Army with mobility,
counter-mobility and survivability to overcome the enemy.

Where
the Army needs to go, the Combat Engineers are the first, paving the
way for the rest of the Army. They convert the 'No Go' terrain to 'Go'
terrain (Mobility) by bridging gaps and clearing minefields to
facilitate speedy advance of forces into the enemy's depth in order to
secure a swift and decisive victory. With their earth moving
capabilities, they construct trenches, drainage systems, roads and
other related infrastructure to enhance the survivability of troops
during operations. The Directorate of Engineer commanded by a Brigadier
General provide all engineering expertise to the Nepalese Army.




SIGNALS

Wars
are no longer fought with military hardware alone. Modern communication
system has become a new and exciting dimension for the Army's Signal
Formation. They operate with modern information systems that facilitate
the information flow that synchronize the maneuvers, firepower,
intelligence and logistics of the Army. The Directorate of Signals
commanded by a Brigadier General is responsible for organizing reliable
and effective communication network.


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MessageSujet: Re: Armée Népalaise   Mer 19 Oct 2011 - 11:36

R.I.P

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6 killed in small plane crash in remote Nepal


KATMANDU, Nepal—An army plane crashed in a remote mountainous region of west Nepal while bringing a sick person to the capital, killing six people, officials said Wednesday.

The Britten-Norman Islander plane, flying from the western town of Nepalgunj, was reported missing after it lost contact on Tuesday night in a remote mountainous area about 125 miles (200 kilometers) west of Katmandu.

Nepal Army spokesman Rabindra Chetri said the plane crashed in the forested mountainous area and rescuers only reached the site early hours of Wednesday.


All six people on board were killed, he said.


There were two crew members on board, along with a doctor, nurse and a relative of the sick person.


He said the wreckage was in a difficult area to reach because it is an hourslong trek from the nearest village. Rescue helicopters were also not able to land near the site and had to return to the base because of the weather and mountainous terrain.


Initial reports said they have pulled out four of the bodies from the wreckage, he said.


Police chief in the area Uma Prasad Chaturbedi said soldiers, police and local villagers were combing the area where the plane crashed.
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MessageSujet: Re: Armée Népalaise   Ven 4 Mai 2012 - 16:35

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Donnant-Donnant? Le Népal propose d'entraîner les Casques bleus indiens

Le Népal se propose d'entraîner les officiers de l'armée indienne qui seront déployés dans des opérations de maintien de la paix de l'Onu.

L'offre a été faite lors du 9e sommet du Nepal-India Bilateral Consultative Group on Security Issues. Le Népal dispose de deux centres de formation pour les Casques bleus et un centre d'entraînement intégré. Au 31 mars, le Népal déployait 3 668 Casques bleus et l'Inde 8 134. En 54 ans, le Népal a pris part à 36 missions de l'Onu et déployé 85 311 soldats (chiffres de juillet 2011).

Donnant-donnant? De la formation, c'est ce que le Népal peut offrir à l'Inde qui propose, pour sa part, d'équiper le Népal en véhicules, de moderniser l'arsenal de Sundarijal, d'assurer la maintenance des hélicoptères et le soutien logistique de l'armée de terre népalaise.



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MessageSujet: Re: Armée Népalaise   Lun 8 Oct 2012 - 1:55

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MessageSujet: Re: Armée Népalaise   Mar 19 Mar 2013 - 12:43

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Nepal organizes international peacekeeping training Peace Efforts 2 in Kathmandu and Panchkhal
Nepal's national army will organize an international peacekeeping training "Peace Efforts 2" in Kathmandu and Panchkhal, a military training centre some 50 km north of the capital from March 25 to April 7. The training will boost up capacity of the countries which have been participating in the peacekeeping efforts of the United Nations across the world, according to army sources on Monday, March 19, 2013.
Tuesday, March 19, 2013, 08:42 AM

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MessageSujet: Re: Armée Népalaise   Lun 15 Juil 2013 - 14:13

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Government of Nepal takes the decision to send peacekeepers for UN mission in Syria
The government of Nepal on Thursday, 11 July 2013, decided to dispatch Nepali peacekeepers under the UN flag to war-ravaged Syria to help the country establish peace and order.


Monday, July 15, 2013 08:51 AM

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MessageSujet: Re: Armée Népalaise   Mar 31 Déc 2013 - 13:50

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Nepal To Buy 2 Military Transport Helicopters from Russia




NEW DELHI, December 28 (RIA Novosti) – The armed forces of Nepal have signed a deal with Russia’s state-run arms exporter Rosoboronexport to buy two Mil Mi-17V-5 military transport helicopters, the Himalayan Times has reported.
The agreement was signed on December 19. The country’s government, which had earlier allocated more than $30 million for purchasing helicopters for the armed forces, approved the deal earlier this week.
A military source familiar with the deal confirmed the information on Saturday but gave no further comments.
The armed forces of Nepal, which have no separate air force, have previously bought three Russian-made Mil Mi-8 helicopters.
The Mi-17V-5 is part of the Mi-8/17 family, members of which are used by more than 80 countries. It is designed for utility cargo work and can carry up to 36 passengers or four tons. The machine features advanced multifunction cockpit displays and upgraded TV3-117VM engines.

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