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MessageSujet: Re: Missile Air-Air (Documentation)   Mer 27 Juin 2012 - 12:29

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MBDA completes Meteor test campaign, launches production


MBDA is satisfied with the results of its recently-completed live firing campaign with the Meteor beyond visual-range air-to-air missile (BVRAAM), and will deliver its first production rounds before year-end, says Andy Bradford, the company's chief engineer and head of the project.

Three electronic protection measures firings conducted at the Aberporth test range off the west Wales coast earlier this year from Panavia Tornado F2 trials aircraft resulted in direct hits on Selex Galileo Mirach target drones, Bradford says, despite their use of jamming equipment and chaff.



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In all, 21 Meteor missiles fitted with telemetry equipment were fired during a development and test campaign conducted for lead customer the UK and its partner nations France, Germany, Italy, Spain and Sweden.

"The firing campaign has given us very good results, and good performance," Bradford said at MBDA's Stevenage site in Hertfordshire on 26 June. "Meteor does what it is meant to do."

MBDA will deliver a final performance statement to the Meteor integrated joint project office within the next month, with Bradford saying the design is compliant with its lethality and kinematic performance requirements. It is expected to receive final acceptance later this year, before production deliveries commence in the fourth quarter to the UK.

The company has already delivered six ground handling training missiles to the programme, and forebodies for the first production weapons are now in build at its Lostock site in Lancashire. Final assembly work will be completed in Stevenage on a line capable of completing up to 20 per month.

All of the Meteor partner nations have now signed production contracts, with the exception of Germany. However, Bradford says "discussions are very advanced, and we expect to be on contract late this year." MBDA is also receiving significant interest in the design from potential export customers, he adds.

The BVRAAM weapon is likely to enter operational use with Swedish air force Saab Gripens in 2014-2015, UK Royal Air Force Eurofighter Typhoons in 2015-2016 and French air force and navy Dassault Rafale fighters from 2018.
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MessageSujet: Re: Missile Air-Air (Documentation)   Mar 4 Sep 2012 - 17:12

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Raytheon to upgrade AIM-9X air-to-air missile to extend its range and replace obsolescent parts



August 24, 2012



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PATUXENT RIVER NAS, Md., 24 Aug. 2012. Engineers at the Raytheon Co. Missile Systems segment in Tucson, Ariz., are making plans to upgrade the U.S. military's AIM-9X Sidewinder air-to-air missile to extend the weapon's range and address existing obsolescence issues.

The AIM-9X is a relatively short-range infrared heat-seeking missile that equips most jet fighters, fighter-bombers, and other offensive combat aircraft in the U.S. arsenal, and is used to shoot down enemy aircraft close by. The AIM-9X works by homing in on an enemy aircraft's hot engine exhaust. Variants of the AIM-9 Sidewinder have been deployed since the 1950s.

Officials of the U.S. Naval Air Systems Command at Patuxent River Naval Air Station, Md., announced plans this month to award a sole-source contract to Raytheon to perform missile upgrades on the AIM-9X not only to extend the missile's range and deal with obsolescent components, but also to address insensitive munitions requirements.

Insensitive munitions, mandated by U.S. law, refer to weapons that only burn, rather than explode, when subjected to unintentional slow or fast heating, bullets, shrapnel, shaped charges, or the detonation of another nearby munition.

Military officials want to ensure the AIM-9X does not explode unintentionally due to accidents or combat damage to safeguard military personnel and equipment from weapons-related accidents.

The Navy is awarding a sole-source to Raytheon for the AIM-9X upgrades because the company is the original manufacturer of the missile, and military officials have determined that only one responsible source and no other supplies or services will satisfy military requirements. The amount of the contract has yet to be negotiated.

Hughes Missile Systems won a competition to design and build the AIM-9X -- short for air intercept missile -- in 1996. Raytheon subsequently acquired Hughes Missile Systems in 1997. In the AIM-9X contract, the military did not buy a technical data package for re-procurement purposes, and required Raytheon to retain configuration control of all items not affecting the system specification.

Access to the technical data package is necessary for the AIM-9X missile upgrades, and awarding a contract to any other company than Raytheon would cause substantial duplication of costs and design delays, Navy officials say.

The AIM-9X is among the latest versions of the AIM-9 missile family. It entered service in 2003 on the Navy F/A-18C Hornet fighter-bomber and on the U.S. Air Force F-15C jet fighter. It has an imaging infrared focal plane array seeker with 90-degree off-boresight capability for accuracy.

The missile is compatible helmet-mounted displays such as the U.S. Joint Helmet Mounted Cueing System, and features 3-D thrust-vectoring control for increased turn capability. The AIM-9X also includes an internal cooling system.

The latest version of the AIM-9X is called the AIM-9X Block II, which is undergoing testing this year. This newest version has lock-on after launch capability for use with the F-35 Lightning II joint strike fighter and the F-22 Raptor advanced tactical fighter.
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MessageSujet: ....   Jeu 6 Sep 2012 - 16:57

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Diehl lance un Sidewinder à guidage laser


Le LaGS est un AIM-9L à guidage laser
Après s'être imposé comme le missile air-air courte portée occidental le plus vendu dans le monde, l'AIM-9 Sidewinder pourrait bien connaître une nouvelle carrière dans des applications air-sol. Le missilier allemand Diehl, qui a acquis de longue date des compétences dans la construction sous licence de ce missile pour certains clients européens, va profiter du salon ILA (qui s'ouvrira le 11 septembre) pour dévoiler son "Laser-Guided Sidewinder", ou LaGS, un AIM-9 doté d'un capteur semi-actif laser... pour détruire des cibles terrestres.

Selon l'industriel allemand, il existerait aujourd'hui un marché pour des munitions air-sol légères, capables d'engager avec précision des cibles faiblement blindées. Diehl propose donc de "recycler" des AIM-9L, déjà dans l'inventaire des clients potentiels, en les équipant d'un capteur semi-actif laser qui leur permettrait, avec une reprogrammation logicielle, de traiter des cibles terrestres mobiles.

L'avantage principal est de s'affranchir de toute contrainte d'intégration, puisque le Sidewinder équipe déjà bon nombre d'avions de combat de part le monde.

En soi, l'idée n'est pas neuve. Entre 2007 et 2009, Raytheon avait démontré à la demande de l'US Air Force que son AIM-9X était capable de frapper des objectifs terrestres ; trois tirs d'essais réussis avaient été réalisés depuis un F-15C et un F-16, contre des embarcations rapides et un véhicule de transport de troupes. Mais ce programme de recherche n'a pas donné lieu à un déploiement opérationnel.

De la même manière, rappelons qu'au cours de l'opération Harmattan, les missiles air-air de l'hélicoptère Tigre ont, à trois reprises, été employés contre des véhicules, à chaque fois avec succès.
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MessageSujet: Re: Missile Air-Air (Documentation)   Lun 3 Déc 2012 - 13:01

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Raytheon resolves AMRAAM production issues

Raytheon expects to recover the production schedule of its AIM-120D AMRAAM air-to-air missile in mid-2013, says chief executive William Swanson.

The company has certified Norwegian ammunition supplier Nammo to build rocket motors as a substitute after the engine's original vendor suddenly developed problems with the chemistry of the rocket propellant.

"They're fully qualified now," says Swanson, speaking at the Credit Suisse Aerospace and Defense Summit on 28 November. "Nammo is delivering rocket motors."

Nammo has already delivered 125 motors so far. By the first quarter of 2013, deliveries should accelerate to 100 motors per month. "We expect to recover mid-next year," Swanson says.




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The Pentagon had earlier imposed a delivery halt on Raytheon due to faulty motors supplied by Alliant Techsystems (ATK).

Raytheon is able to quickly recover from the AMRAAM delivery halt because it has continued building guidance control sections. The guidance section accounts for about 95% of the weapon, Swanson says. The company has built more than 800 units which are ready to be integrated with the new Nammo rocket motors.

Domestic motor supplier ATK will have to reformulate and requalify its rocket motor before it can resume production of AIM-120D engines, Swanson says.

ATK ran into problems with the formulation of its propellant, Swanson says. As environmental laws changed, ATK had to change the formula for the motor. The gradual result of those modifications was that the rocket motor's performance degraded. "If you don't have margin in your design, you're going to end up failing your lot firings, and your rocket motors won't be successful," Swanson says.
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MessageSujet: Re: Missile Air-Air (Documentation)   Jeu 13 Déc 2012 - 11:31

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Rafael gets to work on next-generation air-to-air missile

Rafael has for the first time confirmed on record that it is developing a new air-to-air missile.

Roni Potasman, Rafael's executive vice-president for research and development, told Flightglobal that while air forces in Arab countries have lost much of their potential in recent years, the situation may change. "Therefore, we continue to develop advanced air-to-air missiles," he says.

The Python-5, which is operational in the Israeli air force and other air forces, is considered one of the most advanced and agile "fifth-generation" air-to-air weapons. Sources say that based on experience, Rafael is now working on a "very advanced, very surprising missile that will surpass any other air-to-air missile in the world".

So far, the Israeli company confirms only that is developing the "building blocks" for a so-called "sixth-generation" missile. The Stunner round and its dual-sensor detection suite developed for the nation's new David's Sling/Magic Wand rocket interceptor system will provide the basis for any such weapon, along with its so-called "dolphin head" nose section, sources say. The current missile is 4.6m (15ft) long.

The Israeli air force will begin fielding the conventional take-off and landing Lockheed Martin F-35A in 2017, with the combat aircraft to be armed with a variety of advanced air-to-air missiles.
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MessageSujet: Re: Missile Air-Air (Documentation)   Ven 21 Déc 2012 - 15:39

R-37M:

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The MiG-31BM interceptors from mid-2013, will be equipped with new missile straight – "Izvestia"

MiG-31BM from mid-2013 will be equipped with new long-range missiles

TSAMTO December 20. Russian fighter aircraft several times to increase its striking power. This will happen with the adoption for service MiG-31BM long-range missiles to 37m-class "air-to-air," write "News."


A senior source in the Main Command of the Air Force said "News" that the missiles are fully debugged in the ICD "Vympel" them. Toropova and war await them next summer.

The source said the "Izvestia", the new missiles capable of striking high-speed air targets at a distance of about 200 km.

As they say, "News", the performance characteristics of K-37m were not disclosed, and is now known only basic. In particular, according to the newspaper, "after the target coordinates missile uses an inertial guidance system. Just before to include the active seeker, which leaves little time to dodge missiles. The missile can destroy targets maneuvering overload to 8g, that is highly maneuverable aircraft such as F-16 and F-22 fifth generation. GSN is resistant to electronic warfare. Mass of the rocket - more than 500 lbs. In the final segment of the flight speed reaches its 6M. "

Interlocutor "News" in the Main Command of the Air Force said that the long-range missiles needed MiG-31, as it is intended to be a long-range interceptors.


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MessageSujet: Re: Missile Air-Air (Documentation)   Lun 24 Déc 2012 - 11:33

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Astra missile intercepts Lakshya

Hyderabad: A lot of hype is being generated during the ongoing development trials of Astra, the beyond visual range (BVR) air-to-air Missile being indigenously developed by the Defence Research and Development Organisation (DRDO).

Sources revealed that though the second consecutive test was carried out successfully on Saturday as part of the development trials of Astra at the Integrated Test Range at Chandipur, Odisha, sources said these were just baby steps.

Development trials for the Astra have been going since 2003. The next test will be carried out on December 24, officials said.

Officials are still not able to say when the development trials to test various systems shall be completed. The user trials by the Indian Air Force can start only after that. The missile is being developed to arm various IAF aircraft including the Tejas, Su-30 MKI, Mirage 2000 and even the Sea Harrier.

DRDO is reportedly planning to have two different versions of Astra, for different fighter aircraft.

Astra was successfully test-fired from a ground launcher on Saturday and the missile successfully intercepted the target midair. Lakshya, the indigenously developed Pilotless Target Aircraft was used as the target.

DRDO said some more tests will be carried out from the ground launchers to generate data, which will be followed by launches from aerial platforms.
It can carry a 15-Kg High Explosive warhead at Mach 4 (four times the speed of sound). It can engage manoeuvring targets moving at high speeds and varying at distances and heights and has a proximity fuse.
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MessageSujet: Re: Missile Air-Air (Documentation)   Lun 4 Fév 2013 - 16:31

que du bonheur Cool le AIM9XII equipé du datalink du AIM120D aura une LOAL plus grande,il touche au BVR
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AIM-9X Block II performing better than expected

By: Dave Majumdar Washington DC
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The Raytheon AIM-9X Block II Sidewinder is about halfway through its operational testing and, thus far, the weapon is performing better than expected with one exception, the US Navy says.

"AIM-9X Block II missile has accomplished approximately half the planned objectives of operational test (OT) and is on track to complete on schedule by the end of the [third quarter] of 2013," says the Naval Air Systems Command (NAVAIR), which manages the dogfighting missile for the US Department of Defense. "Analysis completed to date indicates that the missile is exceeding performance requirements in all areas, including lock-on after launch (LOAL)."

The Block II's improved LOAL capability, which allows a fighter to launch the weapon without the missile's infrared seeker head locked-on to the target, will help US pilots to engage enemy aircraft from increased ranges compared to the older Block I AIM-9X.

The Block II incorporates a data-link similar to the one found on the Raytheon AIM-120D AMRAAM, which enables it to receive target updates from the launching aircraft. The addition of the data-link helps to boost LOAL performance and enables pilots to take advantage of the full kinematic performance of the AIM-9X missile body-which is described as "near" beyond visual range.

So far, pending the final analysis of the test data, the new AIM-9X "has performed as designed in 21 of 22 combined developmental test (DT) and OT live fire events," NAVAIR says. "Seventeen of those 22 live fire attempts have resulted in the missile guiding to a lethal target intercept in aggressive scenarios, most of which exceeded the previous AIM-9X Block I capabilities."

NAVAIR notes that since the beginning of operational testing, five of seven live fire attempts appear to have guided to a lethal target intercept.

But there is one area where a software fix is needed. "Prior to the start of OT [operational test], a valid deficiency was identified regarding AIM-9X Block II helmetless high off-boresight (HHOBS) performance," NAVAIR says. "Although HHOBS is functioning well in Block II, its performance appears to be degraded from the superior performance seen in Block I and will be improved with a planned software clean-up build at the end of OT [operational test]."

The HHOBS capability is of critical importance to the US Air Force, which according to the Pentagon's director of Operational Test and Evaluation 2012 report, initially identified the short-fall. The USAF's prized Lockheed Martin F-22 Raptor air superiority fighter will not have a helmet-mounted cuing system when it receives full AIM-9X capability in 2017 (though a "rudimentary" AIM-9X capability is expected to be added in 2015). Thus Raptor pilots will need to rely on the AIM-9X's HHOBs ability.

NAVAIR notes the HHOBS deficiency does not impact any other Block II capabilities.

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MessageSujet: Re: Missile Air-Air (Documentation)   Lun 4 Fév 2013 - 16:54

Avec ça la target peut même faire la danse du ventre ....le résultat sera le même Twisted Evil

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MessageSujet: Re: Missile Air-Air (Documentation)   Lun 4 Fév 2013 - 17:08

elle n´entendra meme pas la musique pour danser,BVR discret(comme Mica IR)

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MessageSujet: Re: Missile Air-Air (Documentation)   Lun 2 Sep 2013 - 23:58

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Russian air-to-air missiles identification.



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MessageSujet: Re: Missile Air-Air (Documentation)   Mer 13 Nov 2013 - 20:35

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A compilation of western air force's air-to-air and air-to-ground missiles.



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MessageSujet: Re: Missile Air-Air (Documentation)   Ven 4 Juil 2014 - 12:07

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Raytheon awarded $163 million AMRAAM contract


Work will be completed in Tucson by 2017

TUCSON, Ariz., July 3, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- Raytheon Company (NYSE: RTN) was awarded a $163,223,113 fixed-price/fixed-price-incentive/cost-plus-incentive contract for Advanced Medium Range Air-to-Air Missiles (AMRAAM) Program Support and Sustainment (PSAS).

The PSAS contract provides sustaining engineering, program management, contractor logistics support and accomplishes the diminishing manufacturing sources and material shortage tasks of extending the life of the AMRAAM Central Processing Unit, improving the AMRAAM guidance section within the current performance envelope and developing applicable test equipment.

Work will be performed at Tucson and is expected to be completed by Jan. 31, 2017. This award is the result of a sole source acquisition. This contract includes both U.S. and foreign military sales repair and service requirements.
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MessageSujet: Re: Missile Air-Air (Documentation)   Jeu 5 Fév 2015 - 23:33

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MessageSujet: Re: Missile Air-Air (Documentation)   Jeu 5 Fév 2015 - 23:39

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MessageSujet: Re: Missile Air-Air (Documentation)   Jeu 17 Sep 2015 - 21:43

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Chief designer reveals data on China's new Luoyang PL-10 AAM

Richard D Fisher Jr, London - IHS Jane's Defence Weekly

17 September 2015


A Luoyang Electro Optic Research Institute (LEOC) PL-10 5th generation air-to-air missile on a Shenyang J-11. Source: Chinese internet


The Luoyang Electro-Optical Research Institute (LEOC) has largely competed development of its fifth-generation PL-10 short-range air-to-air missile (AAM), according to comments by the missile's designer on a Chinese TV show broadcast in late August.

The PL-10 AAM was first seen on Chinese websites in 2013 being carried on a retractable/covered pylon on the Chengdu Aircraft Corporation (CAC) J-20 fifth-generation fighter. More recently it has been seen on the wingtip pylon of the Shenyang Aircraft Corporation J-11 fighter.

The TV report featured an interview with the PL-10's chief designer, Liang Xiaogeng. According to Mark Stokes of the Project 2049 research institute, Liang also served as the deputy chief designer of LEOC's PL-9C infrared/helmet-sighted AAM and as chief designer of the PL-12 self-guided medium-range AAM.

The report was unusual in that it provided significant historic and performance data about a new weapon before its unveiling at a major arms show or exhibition. For example, the report noted that the PL-10 weighs 89 kg, has a length of 3 m, and a range of 20 km. It has been in development for seven years, a prototype was completed in 2013, and since then has been test-fired 30 times.

The report also noted that the PL-10 has "world class" capabilities that include a "multi-element imaging infrared seeker with anti-jamming capabilities" and indicated that it is capable of high off-boresight attacks and has super manoeuvrability.

Images from 2013 and more recently confirm that the PL-10 uses thrust vectoring vanes in its motor exhaust. These, plus unique large aft fins with a slight forward sweep, likely confer super manoeuvrability.

Like comparable AAMs, the PL-10 probably also uses a new helmet-mounted display (HMD) sighting system.
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