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MessageSujet: Re: Forces armées birmanes/Myanmar Armed Forces/Tatmadaw   Lun 5 Jan 2015 - 11:28

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Myanmar First Two Home-Built 49 meter Fast Attack Craft (FAC-M) Delivered to the Navy



The first two (of a planned series of 10) Fast Attack Craft Missile (FAC-M) vessels have been delivered to Myanmar's Navy for sea trials. The 49 meter vessel class is indigenously desgined but is fitted with Russian and Chinese weapon and sensor systems.


The first two (of a planned series of 10) Fast Attack Craft Missile (FAC-M) vessels have been delivered to Myanmar's Navy for sea trials. The 49 meter vessel class is indigenously desgined but is fitted with Russian and Chinese weapon and sensor systems.
Myanmar Navy new 49 meter FAC-M


The first ship of the class was completed in 2013 and the second one in 2014. The vessels are fitted with 4x C-802 anti-ship missiles from China and a Russian AK630 with a stealth cupola (these weapon mounts could be produced in China too).

Two quad anti-aircraft guns (which appear to be based on the Russian ZU-23 or Chinese Type 85) are fitted at the rear of the main bridge.

The first two (of a planned series of 10) Fast Attack Craft Missile (FAC-M) vessels have been delivered to Myanmar's Navy for sea trials. The 49 meter vessel class is indigenously desgined but is fitted with Russian and Chinese weapon and sensor systems.

The first two (of a planned series of 10) Fast Attack Craft Missile (FAC-M) vessels have been delivered to Myanmar's Navy for sea trials. The 49 meter vessel class is indigenously desgined but is fitted with Russian and Chinese weapon and sensor systems.
Detailed views: Myanmar Navy new 49 meter FAC-M

Several sensors are fitted on top of the bridge including a Furuno navigation radar, an air surveillance radar, a surface search radar, a fire control radar (for the CIWS gun) and at the top end of a mast what looks like an ESM system. Two boxes of an unknown decoy system seems to be fitted on top of the bridge.
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MessageSujet: Re: Forces armées birmanes/Myanmar Armed Forces/Tatmadaw   Sam 11 Juil 2015 - 14:14

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Myanmar to Buy Chinese-Pakistani FJ-17 Fighter Jets

Islamabad, Jul 11 (Prensa Latina) Myanmar will become the first country to buy JF-17 Thunder fighter jets, jointly manufactured by Pakistan and China companies, revealed the TV channel Dunya News.
According to the news network, the authorities of that Asian nation will acquire 16 of these jets, but the total figure could exceed two dozen.

Pakistan, which already has in its air force some of those aircrafts, will also provide services for the maintenance of these devices, the source added.

National media recently announced that Sri Lanka would buy a lot of those planes, but officials from that nation denied the existence of that agreement.

The JF-17 Thunder is a lightweight fighter jet developed by Chengdu Aircraft Industries Corporation of China, and Pakistan Aeronautical Complex.

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MessageSujet: Re: Forces armées birmanes/Myanmar Armed Forces/Tatmadaw   Sam 11 Juil 2015 - 20:50

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MessageSujet: Re: Forces armées birmanes/Myanmar Armed Forces/Tatmadaw   Dim 19 Juil 2015 - 12:43

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Myanmar commissions helos, transport aircraft

Mrityunjoy Mazumdar, Alameda, California - IHS Jane's Defence Weekly

16 July 2015


A lineup of new aircraft for Myanmar during a 24 June 2015 commissioning ceremony at Meikthilla Air Force Base. The 6812 serial on
the Mi-35P would suggest that this is the 12th aircraft in a series of helicopters that have been delivered since 2010 or so by Rosvertol.
Source: Myanmar Armed Forces




Several aircraft and helicopters formally entered service with the Myanmar Air Force (Tatmadaw Lay) in a commissioning ceremony at the Flying Training Base in Meikhtilla (Shante) Air Station on 24 June, according to the Myanmar Ministry of Defence.

Senior General Min Aung Hlaing, Commander-in-Chief of Defence Services, noted that the commissioning of Beechcraft 1900D light transport aircraft, Grob G 120TP basic trainer aircraft, Mil Mi-35P 'Hind E' attack helicopters; Airbus Helicopters AS365 Dauphin 2s; and Bell 206 Jetranger III helicopters, has "not only strengthened the air prowess of the air force but also the national defence capability of the Tatmadaw [armed forces]."

According to Gen Hlaing, the Tatmadaw Lay has commissioned 36 new aircraft over the last four years: "29 units of four types of aircraft and 7 units of three types of helicopters." Local assembly is believed to take place at the Tatmadaw Lay's Aircraft Production and Maintenance Base in Meikhtilla.

While the numbers of aircraft were not detailed, it is known that at least half - if not all - of the 20 Grob G-120TP on order have been delivered. At the June ceremony, one Mi-35P, at least three AS365s and three Bell 206s along with a number of G-120TP trainers were on display or took part in flying demonstrations.

The AS365s will be used for search and rescue (SAR), medevac and "sea reconnaissance missions" while the Bell 206 will serve as basic trainers for pilots transitioning to Mi-2, Mi-17, and Mi-35 helicopters, Gen Hlaing said.

Other aircraft inducted on 25 February include six K-8W jet trainers along with a single ATR 42 transport and a pair of Beechcraft 1900Ds - which will also be used for SAR and surveillance missions and serve as trainers for pilots moving onto ATR 42, ATR 72, Y-8 and Airbus transports.

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An Airbus Helicopters AS365 Dauphin at a 24 June 2015 commissioning ceremony at Meikthilla Air Force Base,
Myanmar. (Myanmar Armed Forces)


At least half of 20 Grob G-120TP basic trainers on order have been delivered to Myanmar. (Myanmar Armed Forces)


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MessageSujet: Re: Forces armées birmanes/Myanmar Armed Forces/Tatmadaw   Ven 11 Sep 2015 - 16:46

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Myanmar may buy Russian BMP-3 Infantry Fighting Vehicle


By Dylan Vosman - Sep 11, 2015




The Myanmar armed forces may buy Russian BMP-3 infantry fighting vehicles, reported military-informant.com.

“As of today, we have received requests for the acquisition of the BMP-3 from Myanmar … I cannot disclose the exact amount, but we are talking about somewhere in the region of two battalions,”, told representative of Concern “Tractor plants “. In addition to the standard version of the BMP-3 Myanmar also expressed a desire to buy the version for the Marines BMP-3F – said the source.

The BMP-3 is a Russian amphibious infantry fighting vehicle, successor to the BMP-1 and BMP-2. About 120 BMP-3 vehicles are in service with the Russia Army and over 900 have been exported to a number of countries, including United Arab Emirates (600 vehicles), Cyprus (40), Indonesia (30), Kuwait (110) and South Korea (70).


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MessageSujet: Re: Forces armées birmanes/Myanmar Armed Forces/Tatmadaw   Lun 5 Oct 2015 - 9:02

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Myanmar Navy ordered six Super Dvora Mk 3 FAC from Israel By Dylan Vosman - Oct 4, 2015




Myanmar military chief Senior General Min Aung Hlaing ccompanied by Vice-President of IAI RAMATA Mr. Nitzan Shaked, they rode and examined FAC Super Dvora MK3, which is the same type of FAC Myanmar Navy has ordered. These Super Dvora Mk 3 FAC will greatly enhance the Myanmar Navy capabilities. The Super Dvora MKIII multi-mission patrol and attack boats are manufactured by the Ramta division of Israel Aerospace Industries (IAI). The first MKIII naval crafts were handed over to the Israel Navy in 2004, following a contract signed with the Israel Ministry of Defense in January 2002. The latest water jet-powered fast patrol craft, the Super Dvora MKIII is a successor to the Dabur, Dvora, Shapirit, and Super Dvora Mark-1 and Mark-2 boats. The new boat was first trialled in the sea in 2008 by the Israeli Navy. The Super Dvora MKIII incorporates an aluminium hull, whose geometry enables stability in the sea at all speeds. The operational capability of the boat is enhanced by incorporating a range of capabilities in a single platform. The modular design accepts a wide range of payloads for conducting patrol or combat missions and ensures the integration of modular systems for future requirements. The high-sustained speeds and improved sea-keeping abilities allow stability in brown and blue water operations. The boat is capable of intercepting targets at speeds nearing 50kt. The vessel measures 27.4m in length and 5.7m in beam, and has a displacement of up to 72t. It can reach speeds exceeding 40kts.




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MessageSujet: Re: Forces armées birmanes/Myanmar Armed Forces/Tatmadaw   Mar 29 Déc 2015 - 15:29

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Myanmar commissions second frigate with reduced RCS, hospital ship


Mrityunjoy Mazumdar, Alameda, California - IHS Jane's Navy International

29 December 2015

 
UMS Sin Phyu Shin (F 14), the Myanmar Navy's second guided-missile frigate with low observable radar characteristics. Source: Myanmar Navy  


Key Points
•Myanmar's navy has commissioned new vessels including a second stealthy guided-missile frigate
•The frigate is fitted with two quad box launchers for Chinese C-802 anti-ship missiles

The Myanmar Navy commissioned several new vessels including UMS Sin Phyu Shin (F 14), its second guided-missile frigate with low observable radar characteristics, on 24 December 2015 - the service's 68th anniversary.

The commissioning ceremony was attended by the commander-in-chief of the country's defence services, Senior General Min Aung Hlaing, who also inspected ongoing offshore patrol vessel (OPV) and corvette projects as well as infrastructure projects at the Naval Dockyard in Thanlyin, according to a release from the senior general's office.

The release also sheds new information on Myanmar's little-known frigate programme that commenced in 2005. The ships, Aung Zeya (F 11) and Kyan-Sit-Thar (F 12), were commissioned in 2010 and 2014, respectively, while construction of Sin Phyu Shin commenced in 2010.

Unlike first-of-class Aung Zeya , the second and third ships feature a stealthy superstructure with two masts and a helicopter hangar. The platform has a length of 106 m and a beam of about 13.5 m. Like Aung Zeya , it is likely that Sin Phyu Shin , is powered by two Chinese-assembled Pielstick 16 cylinder PA6 STC engines from Shaanxi Diesel Engine company.

The frigate is equipped with an India-supplied RAWL-02 (license-built Thales LW-08) 2D air search radar on the mainmast, a Chinese Type 362 missile-targeting radar in a radome atop the foremast along with two fire control radars - most likely Chinese Type 47 series. An India-made HMS-X hull-mounted sonar system is also fitted to the frigates.

Weapons include one Oto Melara 76 mm gun in a stealthy gun mount and three Chinese NG-18 systems for close-in defence. A North Korean-origin box launcher for six man-portable air defence system (MANPADS) is also fitted on the foredeck along with two North Korean small calibre gun mounts on the bridge wings.  
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MessageSujet: Re: Forces armées birmanes/Myanmar Armed Forces/Tatmadaw   Lun 18 Jan 2016 - 9:33

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Irkut reportedly received an order from Myanmar for Yak-130 combat trainer aircraft

Irkut, a subsidiary of United Aircraft Corporation (UAC) from Russia, will deliver a batch of Yakovlev Yak-130 (Mitten) combat trainer aircraft, according to the manufacturer’s 2016 acquisition plan (#2150140358), unveiled TASS today, Jan. 15, 2016.


Under the plan, Contract 2150140358 stipulates the delivery of a batch of Yak-130s and associated equipment to Myanmar and a specialized full-mission tactical simulator as well. The agreement was signed on June 22, 2015. The number of combat trainers to be sold and the schedule of the contract have not been released.

At the same time, Irkut continues to promote the Yak-130 on the Southeast Asian market. In particular, its acquisition plan provides for familiarization flights for Malaysian and Vietnamese pilots.

The Yakovlev Yak-130 is a russian made subsonic two-seat new-generation aircraft intended for basic and advanced flight training of air school trainee pilots. Its development started in 1991. The Yak-130 is powered by two up-to-date Al-222-25 turbojet engines with a thrust of 2,500 kgf each.

Owing to eight wing hardpoints, the aircraft can carry a combat load of up to 3,000 kg In addition to 250-kg and 500-kg size aerial bombs, B-8 and B-13 rocket pods, a GSh-23 gun pod, the armament suite includes the R-73 IR-guided air-to-air missiles, the Kh-25 laser-guided air-to-surface missiles and the KAB-500 guided bomb controlled by the Platan- or Sapsan-type pod-mounted optronic system attached to the ninth (underbelly) hardpomt.




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MessageSujet: Re: Forces armées birmanes/Myanmar Armed Forces/Tatmadaw   Mer 10 Fév 2016 - 17:49

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Birmanie: un avion militaire s'écrase, quatre morts


AFP 10/02/2016


Un avion militaire s'est écrasé mercredi en Birmanie peu après son décollage de la capitale Naypyidaw et quatre des cinq occupants de l'appareil sont morts, a indiqué la police à l'AFP.

"L'avion s'est écrasé seulement quelques minutes après le décollage. Il a pris feu", a expliqué un responsable de l'aéroport, sous couvert d'anonymat. "Quatre personnes ont été tuées et une personne est toujours en vie", a précisé un policier, également sous couvert d'anonymat, qui a évoqué un vol de routine.

A l'endroit du crash au milieu d'un champ, une centaine de personnes était rassemblée alors que les secours s'activaient pour éteindre l'incendie, a constaté un journaliste de l'AFP sur place. Aucun responsable de l'armée n'était immédiatement joignable pour commenter l'information.

Les accidents aériens mettant en cause des avions militaires sont assez rares mais le pays a connu plusieurs incidents ces dernières années concernant des vols commerciaux.

Les compagnies aériennes birmanes ont du mal à faire face au boum touristique que connaît le pays depuis la dissolution de la junte en mars 2011, après 50 ans de dictature militaire. En juillet, un avion de ligne de la compagnie birmane Air Bagan a quitté la piste lors de son atterrissage à l'aéroport international de Rangoun (sud) à cause de fortes pluies. Une personne avait été légèrement blessée. En décembre 2012, deux personnes avaient été tuées et onze blessées lors d'un atterrissage d'urgence, dans l'est de la Birmanie.

http://www.lorientlejour.com/article/969462/birmanie-un-avion-militaire-secrase-quatre-morts.html
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MessageSujet: Re: Forces armées birmanes/Myanmar Armed Forces/Tatmadaw   Ven 25 Mar 2016 - 9:19

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Myanmar to showcase modernized «Kvadrat-M» Air Defence System
Mar 24, 2016






Myanmar to showcase modernized «Kvadrat-M» Air Defence System on military parade.

The «Kvadrat-M» is an modernized Surface to Air Missile system developed by Belarusian company Alevkurp JSC. The «Kvadrat-M» using a MZKT-6922 lightweight wheeled chassis similar to that used by the «Buk-2M» and «Tor».

Repairs to the modernization of «Kvadrat-M» made of “ALEVKURP” together with JSC “Plant 2566 repair electronic equipment” (RB).

As anti-aircraft missiles are, with high probability, not be used outdated original 3M9 missiles and rockets from SAM “Buk-M1” or “Buk-M1-2” – 9M38M1 or 9M317E respectively (Russia recently supplied the weapons for SAM 9M317E Belarusian air defense system “Buk-MB”, which was exported to Azerbaijan).




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MessageSujet: Re: Forces armées birmanes/Myanmar Armed Forces/Tatmadaw   Mer 27 Avr 2016 - 14:26

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Myanmar Air Force loses helicopter during training

Anthony Davis, Bangkok - IHS Jane's Defence Weekly
27 April 2016

An ageing Myanmar Air Force (MAF) Bell 206B JetRanger helicopter crashed in a reservoir in central Myanmar on 26 April. According to the Myawaddy military news agency, both pilots survived with only minor injuries after being rescued by local fishermen.

The twin-blade utility helicopter reportedly came down for technical reasons while on an early morning training flight from the Meiktila military helicopter training school. Its pilots, both MAF majors, managed to ditch the aircraft in the large Montaing Reservoir, south of Meiktila town.

The helicopter training school is situated separately from the MAF's main fixed-wing air base and aircraft production facility at Shante, just north of the town.










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MessageSujet: Re: Forces armées birmanes/Myanmar Armed Forces/Tatmadaw   Lun 30 Mai 2016 - 15:30

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Myanmar wants to buy more Ukrainian BTR-3U wheeled armored personnel carriers
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The Ministry of Defence Myanmar wants to buy more Ukrainian BTR-3U wheeled armored personnel carriers, according to military-informant.com.

Myanmar expects to buy undisclosed number BTR-3U armored personnel carriers, which were very effective during the border crisis with China in early 2015.

The BTR-3U armored personnel carrier was jointly developed in 2000 by Ukrainian and UAE companies as a private venture. The BTR-3U is an improved variant of the Soviet BTR-80 armored personnel carrier, however it is a newly built vehicle, rather than upgrade of existing APC.

The BTR-3U is armed with Shkval armament module. It is fitted with a 30-mm dual-fed cannon, 7.62-mm coaxial machine gun, 30-mm automatic grenade launcher and Konkurs anti-tank guided missiles. Weapons on the Shkval module can be replaced, fitting it with different anti-tank missiles and so on.

Armor of the BTR-3U provides protection against small arms fire and artillery shell splinters. It is fitted with NBC protection and automatic fire suppression systems.

Myanmar manufacturing of Ukrainian-made 8×8 armoured vehicle personnel carrier BTR-3U with spare parts supplied by Ukraine.

Since 2003, the country has purchased 10 BTR-3U from Ukraine and now to manufacture locally Ukrainian-made BTR-3U 8×8 armoured vehicle personnel carrier with spare parts supplied by Ukraine.


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MessageSujet: Re: Forces armées birmanes/Myanmar Armed Forces/Tatmadaw   Mar 31 Mai 2016 - 17:12

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China’s armed CH-3 drone spotted in Myanmar
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China’s armed CH-3 drone was spotted in Myanmar when preparing to fly. Myanmar to buy undisclosed number of new Chinese CH-3 UAVs developed by China Academy of Aerospace Aerodynamics of China Aerospace Science and Technology Corporation (CASC), also known as the 11th Academy of CASC.

The CH-3 is a fixed wing unmanned combat aerial vehicle (UCAV), also known as a combat drone or drone. At the rear of the fuselage is the engine installation which drives a three-bladed propeller unit in a “pusher” arrangement. Specifications include a wingspan of 8 meters while performance displays a 12-hour endurance window with a payload maximum of 80 kilograms. Range is 2,400 kilometers.

China’s CH-3 drone, which made its debut at the 2008 Zhuhai Air Show, can reportedly carry two laser-guided AR-1 air-to-ground missiles, similar to the U.S. Hellfire missile.

The CH-3 is operated by the Armed Forces of Nigeria, Pakistan and Myanmar





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MessageSujet: Re: Forces armées birmanes/Myanmar Armed Forces/Tatmadaw   Mar 7 Juin 2016 - 12:01

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Myanmar deployment of combat-capable UAVs in counter-insurgency role confirmed

Anthony Davis, Bangkok - IHS Jane's Defence Weekly
07 June 2016

Amid continuing clashes with ethnic rebels, Myanmar's military is confirmed as having deployed unmanned combat aerial vehicles (UCAVs) for counter-insurgency operations in the north of the Southeast Asian country.

First inducted into the inventory of the Myanmar Air Force (Tatmadaw Lay) in 2013 or 2014, one or more Chinese-built CH-3A (Cai Hong 3A or Rainbow 3A) UCAVs have been undertaking sorties from an airfield likely to be either Lashio in Shan State or Bhamo in southeastern Kachin State.

Confirmation of earlier reports on an UCAV deployment to the northern theatre of operations has emerged in the form of a photograph likely to have been taken on a serviceman's mobile telephone and posted on a Facebook account before being disseminated on the internet.

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MessageSujet: Re: Forces armées birmanes/Myanmar Armed Forces/Tatmadaw   Mar 7 Juin 2016 - 13:27

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07/06/2016

Modernisation des Mi-24 du Myanmar !





Russian Helicopters a signé un contrat pour la réparation de quatre hélicoptères d’attaques Mi-24P et la mise au standard « 35P » de l’ensemble de la flotte de Force aérienne Myanmar (ex Birmanie).

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Les premiers des 50 Mi-24P commandés par le Myanmar ont été livré à partir de 2010 à la Force aérienne Myanmar (Tatmadaw-Lay). En 2015 un Mi-35P (Hind-E) est venu compléter la flotte d’hélicoptères du pays. L’ex Birmanie compte actuellement 15 bases aériennes. Ela Air Base, non loin de la nouvelle capitale du Myanmar, est la plus récente et est fréquemment utilisée par les généraux de haut rang du pays et les responsables gouvernementaux pour les vols intérieurs et internationaux.

Mise à jour :

Ce nouveau contrat doit permettre de mettre à niveau les 50 appareils au standard unique Mi-35P « Hind-E ». Si aucune précision n’a été faite sur la mise, la principale différence entre les deux versions 24P/Mi-35P concerne la capacité d'attaque nocturne avec un système FLIR Zarevo, d'un nouveau système d'arme BREO-24 et d'une nouvelle avionique. Le MI-35P peut être armé des missiles anti-char « Ataka » et de roquette et d'un canon bitube de 23mm.

Photo : Mil Mi-24P de la Force aérienne Myanmar@ Michail Mizkaev

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MessageSujet: Re: Forces armées birmanes/Myanmar Armed Forces/Tatmadaw   Mer 13 Juil 2016 - 19:09

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Myanmar Air Force may buy new Russian Mi-17V-5 helicopters
Jul 12, 2016

A delegation from the Republic of Myanmar Defense Ministry, headed by Air Force Major General Khin Aung Myint, visited the Kazan Helicopters facility of the Russian Helicopters Holding.

The delegation inspected the facility’s recently upgraded sites, including modular assembly and paint shops, as well as a stationary helicopter exhibition. The guests were presented Mi-17V-5 and Ansat helicopters in medical, passenger, and VIP versions. In addition, demonstration flights of the aforementioned helicopters were arranged specially for the delegation.

“Today the Asia-Pacific region market is one of the most important for the Holding due to the constant demand for Russian helicopters. We are prepared to offer regional helicopter operators serial products and new-generation helicopters,” Alexander Shcherbinin, Russian Helicopters’ Deputy CEO for Marketing and Business Development, noted.

Nearly 1,500 fixed-wing aircraft made by Kazan Helicopters are operated in the Asia-Pacific region. The enterprise has been delivering Mi-17 type helicopters to Myanmar since 1995. Over the many years of cooperation, Myanmar’s MoD has received almost 20 Mi-17 type helicopters in various versions. Moreover, the aircraft were supported with spare parts and training provided by foreign specialists.

This week the Myanmar MoD delegation is planning to visit Rostvertol to evaluate the enterprise’s production facilities.

Currently, the Russian Helicopters Holding maintains four Mi-24P transport military helicopters that belong to the Myanmar Air Force within the framework of an agreement reached in 2015. The parties may conclude additional contracts subject to successful completion of the maintenance.

Russian Helicopters is part of State Corporation Rostec and a global player in the helicopter industry, as well as the sole Russian rotorcraft designer and manufacturer. The Holding was founded in 2007. It is headquartered in Moscow. The Holding incorporates five helicopter plants, two design bureaus, as well as components production, maintenance and repair enterprises, aircraft repair plants, and a helicopter service company providing after-sales support in Russia and abroad. The Company’s customers include the Russian Ministry of Defense, Russian Ministry of Interior, Russian EMERCOM, other state clients, Gazprom Avia and UTair Airlines, as well as other large Russian and foreign companies. In 2015, Russian Helicopters’ IFRS revenue increased by 29.5%, totaling RUB 220 billion, with a 212 helicopters delivered.



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MessageSujet: Re: Forces armées birmanes/Myanmar Armed Forces/Tatmadaw   Ven 29 Juil 2016 - 12:10

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MessageSujet: Re: Forces armées birmanes/Myanmar Armed Forces/Tatmadaw   Sam 27 Aoû 2016 - 11:40

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Myanmar Air Force receives new Y8F200W tactical transport aircraft
Aug 25, 2016




The Myanmar Air Force has received new Shaanxi Y8F200W tactical transport aircraft from China.

The two Y8F200W tactical transport aircraft developed by AVIC Shaanxi Corporation arrived at the Mingaladon Airport in Myanmar on March 19, 2016. The Y-8 is a medium-size, mid-range transport aircraft with a capacity for carrying 88 passengers and 20 tons of cargo during 7.3 hours of autonomous.

AVIC Shaanxi Corporation started its first export in 1987, a total of 13 planes have already been delivered to its foreign customers.

Together with two Y8F200W tactical transport aircraft was received two Grob G120TP training and aerobatic low-wing aircraft.




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MessageSujet: Re: Forces armées birmanes/Myanmar Armed Forces/Tatmadaw   Mer 7 Sep 2016 - 12:18

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18 nations participate in ASEAN Exercise 16-3
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Areas of the world riddled with natural disasters and cursed by the secondary effects of mother nature’s wrath demand a responsive force that thinks, trains and plans ahead.

An exercise bringing together those very forces from 18 nations’ military and government organizations kicked off Sept. 5, 2016 at 14th Military Circle, Chonburi Province, Thailand. ASEAN Exercise 16-3 commenced with a fitting demonstration of an earthquake-induced collapsed building Search and Rescue operation.

Helicopters from Japan, Russia, Singapore and Thailand roared toward the airfield, dispatching fast-rope rescue teams and airlifting casualties. Meanwhile, teams on the ground moved casualties from the “hot zone,” a simulated collapsing building, to the “warm zone,” the immediate safety of an open field, and triaged according to casualty condition.

Teams from the Indian Army, Japan Ground Self-Defense Force and Royal Thai Army moved casualties secured on backboards swiftly to the pickup zone or field hospital. It was a grand display of pre-planned, coordinated and rehearsed disaster response, reinforcing the pay-off of the very familiarity and training this exercise will focus on.

“This exercise is intended to foster cooperation and to share experience, information and skills among military medics of the ASEAN member states and plus countries, while fostering capabilities of military units in the region through joint humanitarian assistance and disaster relief operations,” said General Prawit Wongsuwon, Kingdom of Thailand Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Defense, during the opening ceremony.

AEx 16-3 is an opportunity for different nations to apply and hone common standard operating procedures and diversify each other’s capabilities for the inevitable calamities of the volatile Indo-Asia-Pacific.

A U.S. contingent of approximately 25 personnel from U.S. Pacific Command; U.S. Army Pacific; U.S. Marine Corps Forces, Pacific and Pacific Air Forces will work alongside the other nations in both the command post and field training exercises conducting medical planning, air medical evacuation, military medicine and chemical/ biological/ radiological/ nuclear defense.

Approximately 2,000 personnel are participating in the exercise from the 10 ASEAN member states Brunei, Cambodia, Indonesia, Laos, Malaysia, Myanmar, Philippines, Singapore, Thailand and Vietnam and “plus” countries Australia, China, India, Japan, New Zealand, South Korea and Russia.

“This is considered an important milestone of defense cooperation,” Wongsuwon lauded the ASEAN Defense Ministers Meeting Plus program, which, “which helps maintain peace, stability and security in the region.”

Humbling reminders of the significance of combined joint disaster response training come in the form of approximately 100 natural disasters on average each year in the Indo-Asia-Pacific. Sharing and honing real-world, on the ground, tactical and operational response capabilities facilitates effective, efficient response in a merciless environment.

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MessageSujet: Re: Forces armées birmanes/Myanmar Armed Forces/Tatmadaw   Ven 16 Sep 2016 - 21:33

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Birmanie: sept militaires condamnés pour le meurtre de villageois


AFP 16/09/2016


Sept militaires birmans ont été condamnés à cinq années de prison pour le meurtre en juin de villageois lors d'un interrogatoire, une décision exceptionnelle dans un pays où l'armée a longtemps agi en toute impunité.

L'armée birmane, appelée Tatmadaw, a régné en maître sur le pays pendant près de 50 ans et a souvent été accusée de meurtres et viols entre autres exactions, notamment dans les régions frontalières où elle affronte des guérillas ethniques.

"Sept soldats de l'armée birmane ont été condamnés pour avoir tué des villageois à Mong Yaw dans la région de Lashio en Etat Shan. Ils doivent tous être condamnés à cinq années de prison avec travaux forcés", a indiqué l'armée dans un communiqué tard jeudi soir sur Facebook.
D'après l'armée, quatre des condamnés étaient officiers.

Dans cette région pauvre et ravagée par la guerre dans le nord de l'Etat Shan, des milliers de personnes ont dû fuir ces derniers mois en raison des conflits entre l'armée et les groupes rebelles.
En juin, après des escarmouches entre l'armée et des rebelles de l'Etat Shan, cinq villageois avaient été arrêtés. Quelques jours plus tard, leurs corps avaient été retrouvés dans des fosses creusées à la hâte à la sortie du village.

D'après l'armée, quatre des condamnés étaient officiers. Il est extrêmement rare que l'armée birmane reconnaisse la responsabilité de ses soldats dans ce type d'affaire.

Un signe d'après les associations de défense des droits de l'Homme que cette dernière semble aujourd'hui plus sensible à son image, avec l'arrivée au pouvoir du premier gouvernement civil depuis des décennies.
Après une victoire écrasante en novembre 2015 lors des premières élections libres depuis un demi-siècle, le parti d'Aung San Suu Kyi a pris les rênes du pays en mars mais doit composé avec l'armée qui a cadenassé le système politique et compte notamment un quart de députés non élus à l'assemblée.

L'armée reste aussi très présente dans les zones frontalières où elle affronte des guérillas ethniques depuis des décennies. Aung San Suu Kyi, qui a fait de la fin de ces guerres civiles l'une de ses priorités, a récemment réuni les principaux groupes en présence du chef de l'armée.

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MessageSujet: Re: Forces armées birmanes/Myanmar Armed Forces/Tatmadaw   Lun 28 Nov 2016 - 21:40

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Myanmar to buy new Chinese Y-9E transport aircraft

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The Myanmar Air Defence Force has agreed to buy a new Chinese-built Y-9E transport aircraft.

The Y-9E is an export version of Chinese Y-9 medium-range transport aircraft produced by Shaanxi Aircraft Company. Myanmar Air Force will be the first foreign customer of Y-9E transport aircraft.

Also, the new Y-9E transport aircraft looks to buy for Thailand and Venezuela Air Force and some customers in Africa.

The Y-9 is considered China’s attempt to build a C-130J class transport aircraft. The Y-9 is a medium-size tactical support aircraft that can be used for both military and civil flights. It is capable of carrying 98 armed soldiers or paratroopers, or 72 seriously wounded patients plus three medics. The basic version of Y-9 has a payload of 25,000 Kg a range of 5,700 km (3,700 nm) and a ceiling of 10,400 m (34,120 ft).
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