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MessageSujet: Re: Armée Neo-Zélandaise / New Zealand Defence Force (NZDF)   Lun 5 Sep 2016 - 13:03

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RNZN qualifies SH-2G(I) Super Seasprite helicopter on OPV HMNZS Otago

Ridzwan Rahmat, Singapore - IHS Jane's Navy International
05 September 2016



The Royal New Zealand Navy (RNZN) has certified its lead Otago-class offshore patrol vessel (OPV) to embark the service's new Super Seasprite SH-2G(I) naval combat helicopter.

A series of qualification procedures, which culminated in an activity referred to by the navy as an 'Aviation Safety and Readiness Check', were completed in late August onboard HMNZS Otago (P 148) in and around the Hauraki Gulf.

The procedures included winching operations for goods and personnel, inflight refuelling trials, and a series of simulations for various operational emergencies, the navy said.

" Otago will embark a Seasprite for Operation 'Havre' to the Kermedec Islands, which will significantly aid in the transfer of the amount of stores [that] need to be transferred to the [Department of Conservation] station on Raoul Island", said the navy, in reference to the routine resupply tasks undertaken by the RNZN to the remote marine reserve.

The RNZN signed a contract for ten SH-2G(I) helicopters in May 2013 to replace its existing fleet of five older Super Seasprites that have been in service since 2001. The service formally accepted the first three airframes, which feature improved sensor, flight control, and communications systems, in March 2015.

Besides transportation of stores and maritime surveillance duties, the helicopters are also capable of carrying Penguin Mk 2 Mod 7 anti-ship missiles and lightweight torpedoes, giving the Otago-class ships improved offensive capability.




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MessageSujet: Re: Armée Neo-Zélandaise / New Zealand Defence Force (NZDF)   Mar 6 Sep 2016 - 10:53

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Tuesday, 6 September 2016
Rockwell Collins to provide New Zealand Defence Force with SATCOM system

Rockwell Collins has been awarded a second contract for a Deployable Ku-Band Earth Terminal (DKET) SATCOM system by the New Zealand Defence Force as part of the Strategic Bearer Network Phase 1 program. This contract follows an initial award in June 2013 for one DKET dual-antenna, deployable ground station.




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MessageSujet: Re: Armée Neo-Zélandaise / New Zealand Defence Force (NZDF)   Mar 6 Sep 2016 - 17:54

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Supacat to Deliver Special Operations Vehicles – Mobility Heavy (SOV-MH) to New Zealand
(Source: Supacat; issued Sept 06, 2016)





MELBOURNE, Victoria --- The New Zealand Ministry of Defence has awarded a contract to high mobility vehicle specialist, Supacat, to deliver Special Operations Vehicles – Mobility Heavy (SOV-MH) for the New Zealand Defence Forces. Supacat is also in the process of agreeing a long term support contract with the New Zealand Defence Force to support the new fleet.

The new SOV-MH vehicles are based on the latest MkII version of Supacat's HMT Extenda and provide a high level of commonality with the equivalent vehicles with other Special Forces.

The program will commence vehicle deliveries in the final quarter of 2017.

SC Group CEO, Nick Ames, said "We are delighted that New Zealand has chosen to join the HMT family. Interoperability is an important element for the Special Forces community and commonality of spares and support, is a key driver in maintaining relatively small fleets."

Designed for, and used by, the world's elite Special Forces, the HMT Extenda is unique in being convertible to either a 4×4 or 6×6 configuration to meet different operational requirements. Its open architecture provides for various levels of protection and great variety in the roles and missions for which it can be configured. New Zealand is a new customer for Supacat and the latest defence force to join the HMT family.

Michael Halloran, Managing Director Asia Pacific said, "We are very pleased to have reached this milestone with our friends in New Zealand and we are dedicated to providing the New Zealand Defence Force with the best cross country wheeled mobility in the world. This is a very exciting time for the Supacat team in Australia as it is the first time that we have entered into a product export contract."

The SOV-MH vehicles will be manufactured at Supacat's existing assembly facilities in Australia using Supacat Team Australia members to manufacture and assemble the vehicle. This represents the first time that Supacat Team Australia members will be exporting completed vehicles and complements the opportunities already emerging for Australian suppliers to enter Supacat's global supply chains.


Supacat is an innovative producer of high mobility military vehicles, specialist vehicles and maritime products. From its Australian offices, its primary focus is to act as a compact prime, delivering through life capabilities to its customers in specialist and niche applications with both Supacat and other OEM equipment throughout the Asia Pacific. Supacat have an established presence in Australia headquartered in Melbourne, Victoria.



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MessageSujet: Re: Armée Neo-Zélandaise / New Zealand Defence Force (NZDF)   Mer 7 Sep 2016 - 13:12

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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: Armée Neo-Zélandaise / New Zealand Defence Force (NZDF)   Sam 26 Nov 2016 - 15:14

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La Nouvelle-Zélande va moderniser ses capacités aériennes et navales d’ici 2030


Posté dans Asie-Pacifique par Laurent Lagneau Le 26-11-2016


Pour les amateurs de rugby, la défense néo-zélandaise est redoutable. En revanche, sur le plan militaire, c’est autre chose… Ce qui n’est pas surprenant étant donné que les menaces extérieures contre la Nouvelle-Zélande sont faibles.

Cela étant, ce pays d’environ 4 millions d’habitants a toujours eu un rôle militaire – même limité – sur la scène internationale, comme lors des deux guerres mondiales et de celle du Vietnam (*), au sein de l’ANZAC (Australian and New Zealand Army Corps). Plus récemment, la Nouvelle-Zélande a participé aux opérations de l’Otan en Afghanistan, avec 145 soldats déployés dans la province de Bamiyan jusqu’en 2013. Actuellement, des militaires néo-zélandais participent à différentes missions de maintien de la paix menée par les Nations unies.

Mais la priorité des forces néo-zélandaises et de contribuer à la sécurité régionale et à être capable de mener des missions au profit de la population civile (assistance, intervention en cas de catastrophe, comme lors du séisme du 13 novembre).

Étant dotées de matériels vieillissants, les forces néo-zélandaises vont bénéficier d’un plan d’investissement de 13 milliards de dollars afin de moderniser quelques capacités clés d’ici 2030, dans la droite ligne des recommandations du livre blanc sur défense publié par Wellington en juin dernier.

Ainsi, l’accent sera surtout mis sur le renouvellement des moyens aériens et navals. Pour les premiers, il est question d’acquérir 5 avions de transport tactique afin de remplacer les C-130H Hercules actuellement mis en oeuvre par le 40e escadron de la Royal New Zealand Air Force (RNZAF). Même chose pour les deux Boeing B757 également utilisés par cette unité.

Autre priorité : le remplacement, d’ici 2025, des 6 avions de patrouille maritime P3K Orion du 5e escadron, qui, pour les plus anciens, sont entrés en service en 1966. L’hypothèse d’acquérir des drones pour reprendre leurs missions n’est pas écartée.

Parce qu’elle est une île et que sa zone économique exclusive couvre une surface de 9 millions de km2 (jusqu’en Antarticque), la Nouvelle-Zélande ne peut pas se permettre d’une rupture capacitaire dans le domaine naval.

Aussi, le Defence Capability Plan [.pdf], présenté par Gerry Brownlee, le ministre néo-zélandais de la Défense, prévoit le remplacement des deux frégates de la classe Anzac (HMNZS Te Kaha et HMNZS Te Mana), entrées en service à la fin des années 1990 au sein de la Royal New Zealand Navy, ainsi que l’acquisition d’un troisième patrouilleur polaire.

Quant aux forces terrestres néo-zélandaises, le plan ne prévoit pas d’effort majeur au niveau de leurs équipements, si ce n’est qu’elles bénéficieront d’un programme de numérisation et d’une protection accru de leurs 4.500 soldats.

(*) Avec deux compagnies du régiment royal d’infanterie de Nouvelle-Zélande

http://www.opex360.com/2016/11/26/la-nouvelle-zelande-va-moderniser-ses-capacites-aeriennes-navales-dici-2030/
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