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MessageSujet: Re: Armée Neo-Zélandaise / New Zealand Defence Force (NZDF)   Dim 28 Aoû 2011 - 17:38

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Les hélicoptères de la marine néo-zélandaise ont bien du mal à voler


Les 5 hélicoptères de la marine néo-zélandaise ont bien du mal à rester en l’air, puisque les forces armées luttent contre la corrosion et un manque de personnel pour entretenir la flotte “orpheline”.



Un rapport du ministère néo-zélandais de la défense prévoit que 3 hélicoptères Kaman SH-2G spécialisés dans la lutte anti-sous-marine doivent pouvoir voler à n’importe quel moment. Mais en octobre dernier, un seul pouvait prendre l’air, et en début de cette année, seulement 2 Seasprite étaient disponibles.

La Nouvelle-Zélande a acheté les hélicoptères dans le cadre d’un accord “volé” en 1999. Les structures de ces appareils avaient été stockés dans le désert de l’Arizona avant d’être préparés pour la Nouvelle-Zélande.

Peu après, l’US Navy a abandonné les Seasprite et détruit le seul simulateur de vol. La Nouvelle-Zélande, qui est maintenant le seul utilisateur de ce type d’hélicoptères, a bien du mal à former ses pilotes et les pièces détachées ne sont pas faciles à trouver.

Lorsqu’il était encore dans l’opposition, l’actuel ministre de la défense, Wayne Mapp, avait qualifié les Seasprite de « flotte orpheline ». Maintenant qu’il est au pouvoir, il les juge sûrs et très capables.

« Je suis certain, compte-tenu des garanties que j’ai reçues, que la sécurité n’est pas un problème. »

Le rapport du ministère explique que, comme les hélicoptères doivent toujours pouvoir voler, la marine retarde en permanence les entretiens au niveau opérationnel.

Les mécaniciens ont découvert de la corrosion ou des dégâts provoqués par les vibrations. Même si le report des réparations peut être considéré comme n’entraînant pas de risques, le rapport indique qu’il est raisonnable d’envisager que « les dégâts vont empirer avec le temps ».

Des dégâts ont été « découverts dans des endroits où de la corrosion ou des dégâts n’avaient jamais été vus auparavant, » indique le rapport.

La corrosion a probablement été entraînée par le manque de vigilance du personnel et un manque de formation, indique l’armée de l’air.

Il est difficile de trouver du personnel pour accompagner les hélicoptères, lorsqu’ils sont en mer pour 6 à 8 mois.

« Ce refus de servir en mer fait que l’escadrille à du mal à fidéliser le personnel ayant une connaissance approfondie des Seasprite, » indique le rapport.

Le vice-maréchal de l’air Peter Stockwell a déclaré que les Seasprite étaient parfaits pour leur rôle naval et « tout à fait sûr pour voler ».

Les reports de maintenance sont étroitement contrôlés et l’aptitude au vol est constamment surveillée. Il a expliqué que le report d’entretien était souvent nécessaire lorsque l’appareil était sur une frégate en mer. « C’est géré avec beaucoup d’attention », a-t-il précisé.



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MessageSujet: Re: Armée Neo-Zélandaise / New Zealand Defence Force (NZDF)   Mer 28 Sep 2011 - 16:37

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It is unusual for a large group of Navy ships to be together in one place, so this occasion is an invaluable opportunity officers and personnel to practice ship handling in a multi-ship environment.
After the 70th Anniversary celebrations are completed on Monday 3rd October the ships will depart Wellington for operations and exercises in South East Asia, the Solomon Islands and around New Zealand’s coast



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MessageSujet: Re: Armée Neo-Zélandaise / New Zealand Defence Force (NZDF)   Jeu 29 Sep 2011 - 3:24

Des unités de la marine passant pas détroit de Cook. Il s'agit des HMNZS Canterbury, Endevour, Hawea, Otago, Pukaki, Rotoiti, Taupo, Te Kaha, Te Mana et Wellington





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MessageSujet: Re: Armée Neo-Zélandaise / New Zealand Defence Force (NZDF)   Jeu 6 Oct 2011 - 17:39

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RNZAF to receive advanced pilot training capability


The New Zealand Government has issued a request for information (RFI) to provide a new trainer aircraft for the Royal New Zealand Air Force (RNZAF).

The RFI also includes different training options and simulators to provide air force with advanced pilot training capability (PTC).

Currently, the air force operates the Pacific aerospace CT-4E airtrainer for basic training while the Beech King Air B200 aircraft is used for advanced training stages.

The twin engine B200 King Air has been assessed as inadequate for training purposes due to low speed, manoeuvrability, power and cockpit visibility and sensitivity to turbulence.

The defence ministry will decide whether to lease or purchase the aircraft after evaluating a range of solutions and their associated costs.
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MessageSujet: Re: Armée Neo-Zélandaise / New Zealand Defence Force (NZDF)   Mer 2 Nov 2011 - 11:46

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First landing on HMNZS CANTERBURY for New Zealand's new Air Force helicopter

Last week the new New Zealand Air Force helicopter, the A109, successfully completed its first integration trial with the Navy’s Multi-role Vessel, HMNZS CANTERBURY.

The aim of the trial was to test the A109 with the Ship in non-operational conditions including the ability for the aircraft to operate and be maintained on the Ship.

During the trial the helicopter was landed on the ship and then fully stowed in the ship’s hangar. The second stage of the trial saw the helicopter being removed from the hangar, prepared for flight and flown off the ship, which was tied-up alongside Devonport Naval Base throughout.

The trial was deemed a success with only minor issues to rectify. Further trials will be carried out before the helicopter is able to operate to and from the ship.

HMNZS CANTERBURY is the Navy’s sealift and amphibious support vessel. Depending on the mission type, CANTERBURY can transport a blend of A109 or Navy Seasprite helicopters in support of air and land operations and disaster relief. The ship will also carry the new NH90 helicopter when it comes into service.
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MessageSujet: Re: Armée Neo-Zélandaise / New Zealand Defence Force (NZDF)   Mar 15 Nov 2011 - 17:31

Des avions militaires vendu a une société privet Shocked

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Last mothballed Skyhawks sold off


The Government may finally get some money out of the long-stalled sale of its mothballed air combat aircraft.

A US company, JDI Holdings, has bought the last eight of its mothballed Skyhawk fighter bombers for $7.9 million and says it is planning to use them for aerial displays and for US Defence Department contracts.

JDI has paid a $1m deposit but the deal, which includes spare engines and parts, depends on approval by the US government.

The other nine Skyhawks, which have been parked up since they were grounded and put up for sale a decade ago, have gone to museums.

Defence Minister Wayne Mapp said the last of its Aermacchi and Strikemaster jet trainers are also going to aviation museums around New Zealand.

''This is the resolution of what has been a long process,'' Mapp said. It is expected that JDI Holdings will take delivery of the planes within six months.

The price for the seven Skyhawks is well short of the $155m offered for all the jets by a US pilot training company which was never able to conclude the deal.

It is also less than $9.4m spent by the air force keeping the aircraft in storage since they were grounded in 2001 when the Government decided to disband its air combat wing, rather than buy new fighter jets.

Mapp said the jets were an important part of New Zealand's aviation history and they remaining aircraft would make fine museum exhibits.

The Aermacchis will go to six aviation museums, with a further three museums still to confirm their acceptance while some will stay at the RNZAF's ground training wing in Woodbourne and may be used as non-flying training aids.
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MessageSujet: Re: Armée Neo-Zélandaise / New Zealand Defence Force (NZDF)   Mar 15 Nov 2011 - 19:02

c'est pas nouveau maatawi, il y a des societés us britanique et canadienne qui utilisent des anciens avion de combat démilitarisé
pour testé des équippements assurés des entrainement au combat aérien comme plastron radar etc

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MessageSujet: Re: Armée Neo-Zélandaise / New Zealand Defence Force (NZDF)   Mer 23 Nov 2011 - 16:18

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New A109 Helicopter Training Simulator for Air Force




A new flight simulator complex was commissioned at Ohakea today by the Chief of Air Force, Air Vice-Marshal Peter Stockwell.

“The A109 simulator and accompanying Virtual Interactive Procedure Trainer are critical components of the newly introduced integrated training system for future New Zealand Defence Force helicopter aircrew,” said Air Vice-Marshal Stockwell.

As a part of that training system the simulator will provide the Royal New Zealand Air Force with a cost effective means of training A109 aircrew and those destined to fly the NH90 and SH2G helicopters. The simulator provides significant financial savings as the operating cost of the simulator is approximately 10% of the A109 helicopter operating cost.
“The simulator cost EUR9.3M and it has an expected service life of at least 30 years. It will provide approximately 1400 hours of training per year but it has the capacity to provide in excess of twice this, if required. At the planned rate, the simulator will effectively pay for itself in less than five years,” said Air Vice-Marshal Stockwell.

One of the primary functions of the recently introduced A109LUH helicopters was as a training platform for NZDF NH90 and SH2G aircrew. AgustaWestland, suppliers of the A109 helicopters, also provided the Virtual Interactive Procedure Trainer and the Flight Simulator.
“The simulator is an excellent training platform as it allows high risk exercises (such as engine and other equipment failures) to be conducted safely rather than in the helicopter. It also allows flying training in bad weather and poor visibility conditions as we can simulate the external environment to suit our training requirements.”
“Both world class training devices will be housed at Ohakea and used for training NZDF helicopter pilots and crewmen. Approximately 50% of all A109 helicopter training will be conducted in the simulator, making significant training efficiencies and cost savings,” said Air Vice-Marshal Stockwell.

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MessageSujet: Re: Armée Neo-Zélandaise / New Zealand Defence Force (NZDF)   Sam 3 Déc 2011 - 13:07

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Air force to receive new choppers


The first pair of new NH90 helicopters will be delivered to the air force next week, after years of delays.

Eight of the medium-range helicopters were ordered in 2006 for $771 million. Despite test flights in France two years ago, delivery was deferred, largely because of certification issues.

They will replace the air force's aging Iroquois helicopters that have been in service for 45 years.

They will join the five lightweight Italian-made Westland-A109 Augusta helicopters that arrived earlier this year.

A $33.7m hanger has been built at Ohakea Airbase to house the new aircraft, while a $16m simulator complex to train pilots was opened last month.

New Zealand Defence Force spokesman David Balham said the two NH90s were expected to arrive on Tuesday.

The French airfield where they were being stored was about to close for maintenance. The helicopters would therefore not have arrived till well into next year unless their transport was organised now, he said.

Upon arrival, they would be under Defence Ministry control while various parts arrived before being handed to the air force. Mr Balham said it was inappropriate to comment on when the NH90s would be ready for use or what they would be used for till then.

Defence Ministry deputy secretary Des Ashton said while the helicopters had come in under budget, they were several years late. New Zealand was not alone, however, with other customers also experiencing delays, largely due to software integration issues and certification delays.

"In these projects you want to make sure you're getting what's specified, and sometimes there's a balance or compromise to be made between the schedule and getting what you specified."

Commercial sensitivity meant he could not reveal details of the deal, but the ministry had received some "financial compensation" for the delays, he said.

Delivery of the six remaining NH90s will be completed by 2013.
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MessageSujet: Re: Armée Neo-Zélandaise / New Zealand Defence Force (NZDF)   Jeu 8 Déc 2011 - 16:52

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HEAVY DUTY: One of eight NH90 helicopters ordered in 2006 at a cost of $771 million is unloaded from a Russian Antonov freighter at Ohakea. The Antonov left France three days ago and stopped in Azerbaijan and Indonesia before arriving in New Zealand at 9.30am. The next of three deliveries is expected about April.

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MessageSujet: Re: Armée Neo-Zélandaise / New Zealand Defence Force (NZDF)   Lun 12 Déc 2011 - 12:07

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MessageSujet: Default NZDF GYRO 12 Contingent - Transfer of Authority Parade East Timor    Dim 29 Jan 2012 - 0:33

"liberé" pour devenir colonie permanente des Kiwi et Aussie,un failed state

NZDF GYRO 12 Contingent - Transfer of Authority Parade East Timor
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On Saturday, 14 January 2012, Deputy Commander International Stabilisation Force (DCISF) and Senior National Officer (SNO) of the New Zealand military commitment to East Timor, Lieutenant Colonel Christopher Powell, officially transferred his responsibilities to Royal New Zealand Navy Commander Andrew Nuttall, at a handover ceremony in Dili. Prior to the official hand over ceremony, deployed New Zealand soldiers, sailors and airmen and airwomen preformed a traditional Maori Powhiri to welcome the incoming Commander Nuttall.












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MessageSujet: Re: Armée Neo-Zélandaise / New Zealand Defence Force (NZDF)   Lun 13 Fév 2012 - 22:48

HMNZS Te Mana ( F111 ) avec l'USS Nimtz


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MessageSujet: Re: Armée Neo-Zélandaise / New Zealand Defence Force (NZDF)   Dim 19 Fév 2012 - 3:15

HMNZS Te Kaha ( F-77 ) suivie de 2 CM australiens, HMAS Yarra et HMAS Huon, le 17-02-12 au large de Sydney


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MessageSujet: Re: Armée Neo-Zélandaise / New Zealand Defence Force (NZDF)   Sam 3 Mar 2012 - 19:50

HMNZS Canterbury ( L421 ) à Auckland-NZ le 07-02-12

Fremo a écrit:
Le HMNZS Canterbury ( L421 ), un navire multirôle, conçu pour les missions de transport, de projection, de soutien et aussi pour la formation. Conçu au norme civile, il a repris la même coque que le transbordeur irlandais Ben My Chree. Il a été renforcé pour naviguer dans les glaces.
La coque a été construite au Pays Bas, entre 2005 et 2006, en Octobre 2006 le HMNZS Canterbury est arrivée en Australie ou il a reçu son électronique. Juin 2007 il est entré offciellement en service !
D'un déplacement de 9000T pc, 131m de longeur et 23.5m de largeur, une vitesse max de 20nds et une autonomie de 40 jours, ce navire peut embarquer 400T devéhicules ou 33 conteneurs! Il est aussi aménagé pour accueillir 250 passager, dans des postes de 12. Il peut accueillir un EM de 46 personnes.
Le HMNZS Canterbury embarque un Hôpital de 7 lits avec un bloc opératoire.




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MessageSujet: Re: Armée Neo-Zélandaise / New Zealand Defence Force (NZDF)   Ven 9 Mar 2012 - 22:05

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New Zealand Welcomes First of the New NH90 Helicopters

The New Zealand Defence Minister, Hon Dr Jonathan Coleman, officially welcomed the first of the Air Force’s new medium utility NH90 helicopters at an event in Wellington today.

The NH90 helicopters will be the most advanced and capable helicopter the Air Force has ever had,” said Dr Coleman.

“The NH90s will considerably improve the Defence Force’s ability to conduct military, counter-terrorism, disaster relief, search and rescue, and other operations,” he said.

“This milestone illustrates that we are delivering on the plan laid out in the Defence White Paper. Like other defence forces around the world we are reprioritising our resources to provide up-to-date capability for a 21st century Defence Force. The NH90 is an outstanding example of the modernisation process so far,” said Dr Coleman.

In total eight NH90s have been purchased for operations, with a ninth to be used for parts. The first two of these new helicopters is now ready for training purposes within New Zealand.

The new helicopters can carry up to 18 passengers. They can lift an army Light Operational Vehicle (LOV), or up to 3,200kgs of cargo. The NH90s have twin engines for better safety over water.

The NH90s will eventually replace the fleet of 12 Iroquois, which have been in use for more than 40 years.

“We are delighted to have the NH90 helicopters as part of our new fleet. They are an important part of the Defence Force of the future,” said Dr Coleman.

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MessageSujet: Re: Armée Neo-Zélandaise / New Zealand Defence Force (NZDF)   Lun 12 Mar 2012 - 12:15

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MessageSujet: Re: Armée Neo-Zélandaise / New Zealand Defence Force (NZDF)   Sam 17 Mar 2012 - 14:21

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MessageSujet: Re: Armée Neo-Zélandaise / New Zealand Defence Force (NZDF)   Mar 29 Mai 2012 - 13:42

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Navy Successfully Tests New Capability of Offshore Patrol Vessels

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20120416_WN_S1015650_0001: Seasprite undergoing trials above HMNZS OTAGO

The Navy has successfully conducted trials of flying an SH-2G Seasprite helicopter from the deck of one of its Offshore Patrol Vessels, HMNZS OTAGO, marking a significant milestone in achieving the ship's full operational potential.

The trials have been conducted over the past month during which the Seasprite conducted 161 landings and takeoffs from OTAGO’s flight deck. The landings and takeoffs were done by day and by night in varying wind and sea conditions in the Hauraki Gulf and the Bay of Plenty sea areas.

"Operating helicopters from ships underway at sea is one of the most challenging activities any Navy undertakes," says Chief of Navy, Rear Admiral Tony Parr. "We have been flying helicopters from the frigates for many years, but now we are learning how to operate these aircraft from a different ship with different characteristics."

The trials proved that the Seasprite can conduct an airborne surveillance task from the OPV of up to 2.5 hours duration, which should enable 4500 square nautical miles to be covered in a single sortie by day or night.

"The trials have proven the helicopter can operate off the ship across a wide range of sea and wind conditions. Although it will be some time before the full potential is released the Navy can now begin helicopter operations during which time we will continue to learn and develop our capability."

The two Offshore Patrol Vessels—OTAGO and WELLINGTON— are large, complex vessels that operate from the freezing cold of the Southern Ocean to the tropical heat of the Pacific Islands, giving New Zealand a broad patrol and surveillance capability.

"The ability to land a helicopter on a ship underway at sea by day and night in different wind and sea conditions requires a rigorous and demanding test programme to determine what the limits of operation might be," said Admiral Parr. "The team in OTAGO, which included a number of RNZAF Seasprite technicians, were often operating in challenging conditions. Nevertheless the trials were completed in a thoroughly professional, safe and timely manner.

"There will still be a considerable period of learning as we gain experience operating the aircraft on actual deployments."
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MessageSujet: Re: Armée Neo-Zélandaise / New Zealand Defence Force (NZDF)   Jeu 31 Mai 2012 - 17:12

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New Zealand Navy Frigate Departs for World's Largest Naval Exercise

Media are invited to sail with HMNZS TE KAHA this Monday, 4 June from 1000 – 1200 as she departs Devonport Naval Base for a four month deployment, including participation in the world’s largest naval exercise.

The ship and her crew of 173 will join other units from the NZ Defence Force for Exercise Rim of the Pacific (RIMPAC 2012), conducted near Hawaii from 29 June to 3 August. RIMPAC involves 22 countries, a total of 25,000 personnel, 42 ships, six submarines, and over 200 aircraft.

HMNZS TE KAHA, HMNZS ENDEAVOUR, the Operational Diving Team and the Mine Counter Measures Team, a Rifle Platoon from 1 Royal New Zealand Infantry Regiment, a Royal New Zealand Air Force P-3K Orion, and a number of headquarters staff will take part in the exercise.

"This is the first time in 28 years that the NZ Defence Force has taken part in RIMPAC. It offers a key opportunity to work alongside a large number of Pacific nations building interoperability and relationships," says Commander Joint Forces New Zealand, Major General Dave Gawn.

Media can sail with the ship from Devonport Naval Base and interview members of the crew before being transferred off by small boat, back to Devonport Naval Base.

WHAT: HMNZS TE KAHA departing NZ

WHEN: Monday 04 June 2012 0930 – 1230 (ship sails at 1000)

WHERE: Devonport Naval Base, Auckland

Registrations of interest are required for security purposes and photo identification will be needed for entry in to the Naval Base.
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MessageSujet: Re: Armée Neo-Zélandaise / New Zealand Defence Force (NZDF)   Mar 5 Juin 2012 - 10:48

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NATO and New Zealand Sign New Partnership Accord

NATO Secretary General Anders Fogh Rasmussen and John Key, New Zealand’s Prime Minister, pledged closer security cooperation after signing a new partnership cooperation accord at NATO headquarters on 4 June 2012.

The Secretary General said the NATO-New Zealand Individual Partnership Cooperation Programme (IPCP) formalised ties between the two sides after almost two decades of increased cooperation.

Mr. Fogh Rasmussen said the Alliance’s ties with New Zealand, which has been an active participant in the ISAF mission, go well beyond Afghanistan. “Partnerships are essential to NATO’s success and we want to be even more closely connected with countries that are willing to contribute to global security where we all have a stake,“ the Secretary General said after his talks with Prime Minister Key.

New Zealand currently contributes over 150 personnel to ISAF, the majority of who are deployed in Bamyan Province at the Provincial Reconstruction Team. It also has troops stationed in Kabul.

The Secretary General used the visit of Prime Minister Key to praise his country’s commitment to the Afghan mission as well as the progress New Zealand forces have made since 2003.

He said significant security gains have been made in Bamyan Province, which was one of the first to transition to Afghan security responsibility.

New Zealand was one of 13 partners from around the world who joined NATO nations for a special meeting at the Chicago Summit last month to discuss common challenges.

The Secretary General said the partnership agreement signed on Monday maps out practical steps where NATO and New Zealand will deepen their cooperation. “We may be far away geographically, but we are linked by common values and commitment,” said the Secretary General. “NATO looks forward to building on this important partnership in the years to come.”

New Zealand’s partnership programme focuses on improving future cooperation in areas such as cyber-defence, disaster relief, crisis management and joint education and training. NATO sees New Zealand as a key partner in these areas. The Alliance has similar partnership programmes with Switzerland and Sweden among others. (NATO)
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MessageSujet: Re: Armée Neo-Zélandaise / New Zealand Defence Force (NZDF)   Jeu 21 Juin 2012 - 17:51

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Kaman Confirms SH-2G(I) Negotiations with New Zealand







BLOOMFIELD, Conn., Jun 20, 2012 (BUSINESS WIRE) -- /quotes/zigman/8613950/quotes/nls/kamn KAMN -1.85% Kaman Corporation confirmed today that The U.S. Department of State has granted authorization that would permit the Company to negotiate a possible sale of SH-2G(I) Super Seasprite Helicopters to the Government of New Zealand. The potential sale would include eleven SH-2G(I) helicopters, a full motion flight simulator, training aids, spares inventory, publications and the introduction into service and through life support of the aircraft.

New Zealand officials have been working over the past year to determine the most effective way of meeting their future maritime helicopter requirements and the Cabinet has recently directed defence officials to engage in further discussions with Kaman.

The Kaman SH-2G(I) Super Seasprite is the latest version of the multi-mission maritime helicopter and would potentially replace the country's existing fleet of SH-2G's. These helicopters would significantly enhance New Zealand's vertical lift capabilities with exceptional performance and low operating costs. Kaman continues to support the Ministry's objective of extending the Naval Helicopter Capability through 2025. As stated in their Defence Capability Plan, this capability would fulfill a vital national role in the provision of extended reach, surveillance, and air-delivered weapons capability for the ANZAC frigates. These aircraft are also capable of operation from offshore patrol vessels, and the multi-role vessel when required to do so.

Negotiations regarding a potential program between the New Zealand Government and Kaman are in process and are confidential. No investment decisions have been made by New Zealand at this time and Kaman continues to work with other potential customers on the sale of the aircraft.

Kaman Corporation, founded in 1945 by aviation pioneer Charles H. Kaman, and headquartered in Bloomfield, Connecticut conducts business in the aerospace and industrial distribution markets. The company produces and/or markets widely used proprietary aircraft bearings and components; complex metallic and composite aerostructures for commercial, military and general aviation fixed and rotary wing aircraft; aerostructure engineering design analysis and FAA certification services; safe and arm solutions for missile and bomb systems for the U.S. and allied militaries; subcontract helicopter work; and support for the company's SH-2G Super Seasprite maritime helicopters and K-MAX medium-to-heavy lift helicopters. The company is a leading distributor of industrial parts, and operates more than 200 customer service centers and five distribution centers across North America. Kaman offers more than four million items including bearings, mechanical power transmission, electrical, material handling, motion control, fluid power, automation and MRO supplies to customers in virtually every industry. Additionally, Kaman provides engineering, design and support for automation, electrical, linear, hydraulic and pneumatic systems as well as belting and rubber fabrication, customized mechanical services, hose assemblies, repair, fluid analysis and motor management. More information is available at www.kaman.com .

SOURCE: Kaman Corporation

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MessageSujet: Re: Armée Neo-Zélandaise / New Zealand Defence Force (NZDF)   Sam 28 Juil 2012 - 2:59

HMNZS Endeavour ( A11 ) ravitaillant les frégates HMNZS Te Kaha ( F77 ) et ROKS Choi Young ( DDH 981 ) durant les exercices RIMPAC-12


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MessageSujet: Re: Armée Neo-Zélandaise / New Zealand Defence Force (NZDF)   Mar 31 Juil 2012 - 16:43

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Successful NH90 Trial Onboard HMNZS CANTERBURY

The Royal New Zealand Air Force’s newest helicopter, the NH90, has successfully completed its first landing on the Navy’s multi-role vessel, HMNZS CANTERBURY.

The interface trial is the first stage of a process intended to integrate helicopter and ship operations – an important step towards the New Zealand Defence Force goal of establishing a Joint Amphibious Task Force (JATF) by 2015. While the JATF will be structured for the deployment of combat forces, the most likely contingencies it will be used for are disaster relief and conducting exercises in our region in support of nation building.

“The NH90 is a complex helicopter with significant capability and sophisticated systems and it will form an important part of the Defence Force’s new Joint Amphibious Task Force,” said Air Vice-Marshal Peter Stockwell, Chief of Air Force.

“When fully operational the NH90 will provide valuable support to the New Zealand Army, and Royal New Zealand Navy, as well as other Government agencies. It will vastly improve the Air Force’s capability to conduct military, disaster relief, search and rescue and general helicopter support operations.”

Chief of Navy, Rear-Admiral Tony Parr, says the aim of the trial is to begin proving the Defence Force’s ability to land, stow and then re-launch the helicopter from the CANTERBURY.

“It’s no easy task to safely land a large helicopter on a ship,” he says. “Once we’ve established this capability the Navy will be able to transport the NH90s around New Zealand, the Pacific and further afield as necessary for military, disaster relief or other operational taskings.”

Up to four NH90 helicopters will be able to be stowed in the ship’s hangar. As a result of the first trial, any alterations required to the ship’s aviation facilities to support NH90 operations will be identified and adjusted during the ship’s scheduled maintenance programme. The second stage (planned for mid-late next year) will be conducted to determine the safe operating limits for the NH90 when operating from HMNZS CANTERBURY.
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MessageSujet: Re: Armée Neo-Zélandaise / New Zealand Defence Force (NZDF)   Jeu 27 Sep 2012 - 23:06

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La Nouvelle-Zélande va créer une force amphibie interarmées


Selon son dernier rapport annuel, la Force de défense néo-zélandaise (NZDF) a a connu une activité accrue dans le Pacifique Sud au cours de l’année passée, ce qui confirme, selon son commandant, le général Rhys Jones, la pertinence du Livre blanc publié par Wellington en novembre 2010.

Pour rappel, la Nouvelle-Zélande est également engagée, pour peu de temps, en Afghanistan, avec une Equipe de reconstruction provinciale (PRT), déployée à Bamiyan. Depuis 2001, 10 militaires néo-zéalandais y ont perdu la vie, dont 5 pour la seule année 2012.

Quant au Pacique Sud, la NZDF a notamment apporté un appui aux Etats insulaires de la région, notamment en matière de surveillance maritime et de police des pêches. En Papouasie-Nouvelle-Guinée, par exemple, elle a fourni un soutien logistique pour l’organisation des élections. En outre, elle a également mené des missions humanitaires (santé, aide aux infrastructures, etc..).

Pour gagner en efficacité, la NZDF a décidé de créer, d’ici 2015, une force amphibie interarmées (Joint Amphibious Task Force, JATF), centrée sur le navire HMNZS Canterbury, qui, conçu aux Pays-Bas et mis en service en 2007, est capable de transporter 250 soldats. Ce bâtiment sera soutenu par des frégates de type Anzac, des hélicoptères NH-90 ainsi que par des avions de patrouille maritime P-3K2 Orion.

Cette initiative doit avant tout permettre le déploiement de troupes de combat. Mais cette JATF devrait surtout être engagée pour des opérations humanitaires, des interventions en cas de catastrophe naturelle et des missions de “nation building” dans le Pacifique Sud. En outre, elle devra être en mesure de coordonner les efforts des organisations internationales en cas de crise.

L’idée de créer cette JATF a été soutenue par le secrétaire américain à la Défense, Leon Panetta, qui a effectué un déplacement la semaine passée à Wellington. “Nous pouvons certainement aider la Nouvelle-Zélande à développer ses capacités amphibies”, a-t-il déclaré, soulignant l’expertise en ce domaine de l’US Marine Corp.

La réorientation de la politique américaine vers l’Asie-Pacifique pourrait sans doute aider à rétablir les relations militaires entre Washington et Wellington, qui ont été rompues il y a 30 après l’interdiction faite aux navires à propulsion nucléaire de l’US Navy de faire escale en Nouvelle-Zélande. Par rétorsion, les bâtiments néo-zélandais ne sont pas non plus autorisés à utiliser des installations militaires aux Etats-Unis.

Les forces armées néo-zélandaises ont un format très modeste, avec 8.526 militaires, ce qui est un niveau historiquement bas. Leurs effectifs ont diminué de 10% afin de pouvoir financer la revalorisation des soldes mais aussi et surtout la modernisation des matériels. Curieusement, c’est la marine qui compte le moins de personnels, avec seulement 1.902 marins, alors que compte tenu de son insularité, l’on aurait pu s’attendre à un chiffre supérieur.

http://www.opex360.com/2012/09/27/la-nouvelle-zelande-va-creer-une-force-amphibie-interarmees/

Le rapport annuel en question

http://www.nzdf.mil.nz/downloads/pdf/public-docs/2012/nzdf-annual-report-2012.pdf

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