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MessageSujet: Re: Armées du Kazakhstan    Mer 11 Jan 2017 - 17:57

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Kazakhstan to receive four Mi-35M helos from Russia in 2018


Gabriel Dominguez, London - IHS Jane's Defence Weekly

11 January 2017



Kazakhstan will receive four Mil Mi-35M ('Hind-E') combat helicopters from Russia in 2018 as part of a recently signed contract between the two countries, Russian Helicopters said in apress release on 11 January.

The Mi-35M is a modernised version of the Mi-24V assault helicopter. It was developed for the export market, but has been in Russian service since 2011. The helicopter is designed to destroy hostile armoured vehicles, provide close air support, land troops, transport cargo, and evacuate injured persons.


Kazakhstan will receive four Mil Mi-35M helicopters from Russia in 2018, according to Russian Helicopters. (Russian Air Force)
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MessageSujet: Re: Armées du Kazakhstan    Ven 24 Fév 2017 - 16:30

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MessageSujet: Re: Armées du Kazakhstan    Sam 25 Fév 2017 - 21:37

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Kazakhstan’s new Mi-35M combat helicopters conducting live-ammunition firing training

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The aviation brigade of Air Force of Kazakhstan is conducting live-ammunition firing training with new Mi-35M combat helicopters.

On the military range “Munke” of the Armed Forces of Kazakhstan crews of new combat helicopters Mi-35M combat helicopters held the first flights of combat use. During live-ammunition firing training the Shturm guided anti-tank and 80mm unguided missiles launched from Mi-35M combat helicopters.

The Ministry of Defense of Kazakhstan received the new Mi-35M combat helicopters from Russia at the end of 2016. The supplies of the Mi-35Ms, produced at PJSC Rostvertol, are part of strategic cooperation between the two countries and are aimed at gradual replacement of the current military helicopter fleet in Kazakhstan with modern rotorcraft.

The multirole Mi-35M attack helicopter is a comprehensive modernisation of the Mi-24V.

The Mi-35M is distinguished by its improved construction. It is equipped with the latest Klimov-produced powerful VK-2500 turboshaft engines, fibreglass main rotor blades, main rotor head with elastomeric joints, a new swashplate and X-type tail rotor. The Mi-35M’s fuselage boasts shortened stub wings and fixed landing gear.

The Mi-35M boasts enhanced flight capabilities, and can be operated at high temperatures and in mountainous terrain. The Mi-35M’s design ensures low noise levels, greater combat resilience, and reduces the workload on maintenance staff.






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MessageSujet: Re: Armées du Kazakhstan    Jeu 20 Avr 2017 - 20:12

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Kazakhstan orders two more C295 airlifters

Gareth Jennings, London - IHS Jane's Defence Weekly

20 April 2017



Kazakhstan has ordered a further two Airbus Defence and Space (DS) C295 transport aircraft to augment the six already delivered.


With this order for two more C295s, Kazakhstan will have received its full complement of eight aircraft by the end of the year. (Airbus DS)

The order, which was announced by the manufacturer on 20 April, covers the final two aircraft included in a memorandum of understanding (MOU) signed in 2012. According to Airbus DS, both aircraft will be delivered in the second half of this year.

Kazakhstan acquired the C295 to replace the Soviet-era Antonov An-12BP 'Cub' fleet it inherited in the early 1990s. When the MOU with Airbus DS was signed in 2012, the central-Asian country became the first Commonwealth of Independent States (CIS) member to procure the C295 (Uzbekistan subsequently signed for four). Indeed, the event marked the first time that the former Soviet state had procured a fixed-wing aircraft from somewhere other than Russia or Ukraine.

The C295s are operated by the Kazakhstan Air Defence Forces (KADF) 218th Air Transport Squadron from Almaty Boraldai Airbase in the southeast of the country, near the Kyrgyzstan and Chinese borders. Other fixed-wing transports operational with the KADF comprise the Soviet-era Antonov An-12BP 'Cub', An-24 'Coke', An-26 'Curl', An-72 'Coaler', and An-2 'Colt'. The KADF has for some years now expressed an interest in purchasing between two and four Airbus DS A400M airlifters, though to date no such deal has been forthcoming.

Kazakhstan is something of an anomaly in the CIS in that it is happy enough to procure Western aircraft types rather than those produced in Russia or the former Soviet Union. Other types include the Aero L-39 Albatros jet trainer, as well as the Airbus Helicopters EC145 (H145) and Bell UH-1 Huey II helicopters.
 
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MessageSujet: Re: Armées du Kazakhstan    Ven 28 Avr 2017 - 20:05

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Zenit shipyard launches fourth Project 250-class patrol ship for Kazakh navy

Gabriel Dominguez, London - IHS Jane's Defence Weekly

28 April 2017


Kazakhstan's Zenit shipyard has launched the fourth Kazakhstan (Project 250)-class patrol ship on order for the country's navy, according to the Ministry of Defence (MoD) in Astana.


Kazakhstan's Zenit shipyard launched the fourth Project 250-class patrol ship on order for the country's navy on 27 April. (Kazakh MoD)

Named Mangystau , the 42.2 m-long vessel, which is also locally referred to as a 'rocket artillery ship', was launched on 27 April in the northwestern Kazakh city of Uralsk in a ceremony presided over by defence minister Beibut Bakirovich Atamkulov.

Compared with first three ships of the class, which is also known as the Bars-MO class, the recently launched vessel features enhanced manoeuvring characteristics and improved combat capabilities, including systems designed to detect underwater sabotage threats, such as frogmen, and counter them, according to the MoD.

Mangystau , which has pennant number 253, is now set to head to the Caspian Sea, where it will undergo extensive trials, before being commissioned and operating in that area.

The MoD did not reveal when the vessel is set to be commissioned  
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MessageSujet: Re: Armées du Kazakhstan    Mer 10 Mai 2017 - 20:13

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Kazakhstan parades newly acquired UAVs

Gabriel Dominguez, London and Neil Gibson, London - IHS Jane's Defence Weekly

10 May 2017



Astana also paraded what appears to be a Skylark I-LEX surveillance/reconnaissance UAV. Source: Kazinform



Kazakhstan displayed several newly acquired foreign-made unmanned aerial vehicles (UAVs) in a parade to mark the 25th anniversary of the founding of the Kazakh armed forces on 7 May: an indication of the Central Asian country's growing capabilities in this sector.

Astana revealed that it has purchased the Russian-made Special Technological Centre Orlan-10 surveillance/reconnaissance UAV. It is unclear, however, whether Kazakhstan has acquired more Orlan-10s than the two seen in the parade.


One of two Russian-built Orlan-10 surveillance/reconnaissance UAVs displayed at Kazakhstan's 7 May military parade. (Kazinform)

The 1.8 m-long UAV is shaped like a conventional monoplane and features a nose-mounted engine, shoulder-mounted wings, and a tail assembly that comprises a vertical fin and two horizontal stabilisers.

According to Jane's All the World's Aircraft: Unmanned, the Orlan-10 has a maximum take-off weight of 18 kg, a service ceiling of 5 km, an endurance of 16 h, a top speed of 150 km/h, and can carry a maximum payload of 2.5 kg.

Also paraded in Astana was a unit of the Elbit Systems Skylark I-series of surveillance/reconnaissance UAVs. Based on information published on the website of state-owned defence equipment manufacturer Kazakhstan Engineering, the unit displayed was most likely the Skylark I-LEX.

This man-portable UAV has a wingspan of 3 m, a maximum take-off weight of 7.5 kg, an endurance of up to 3 h, a service ceiling of 4.5 km, and an operational range of 40 km, according to Jane's All the World's Aircraft: Unmanned .

A senior Kazakh official told journalists in September 2016 that the country had reached an agreement with Israel to jointly produce UAVs under licence in Astana, with Elbit Systems Skylark and Hermes UAVs expected to be produced from 2017.


The Kazakh military also paraded two units of the Chinese-built Wing Loong UAV. (BNews.kz)

The Kazakh military also paraded the two units of the Aviation Industry Corporation of China (AVIC) Wing Loong strike-capable reconnaissance UAV it purchased in 2016.

Discussions relating to this acquisition are understood to have begun in 2012, with a delegation of Kazakh military officials observing operation of the Wing Loong in China in August 2014.
   
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MessageSujet: Re: Armées du Kazakhstan    Lun 5 Juin 2017 - 21:25

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Kazakh navy commissions first Project 10750E minesweeper

Gabriel Dominguez, London and Michele Capeleto, London - IHS Jane's Defence Weekly

05 June 2017


Kazakhstan's navy has commissioned its first Russian-built Lida (Project 10750E)-class mine countermeasure (MCM) vessel.

Named Alatau, the 32 m-long vessel entered service with the Kazakh Naval Forces (KNF) during a ceremony held on 1 June in Aktau, a city located on the east bank of the Caspian Sea, according to statement by the Ministry of Defence (MoD) in Astana.

The Project 10750E class, which is operated by a crew of 14, has a full load displacement of 169 tonnes, an overall beam of 6.9 m, a draught of 1.8 m, a top speed of 11 kt, and a standard range of 550 n miles, according to Jane's Fighting Ships.

Built by Russia's Sredne-Nevsky Shipyard (SNSZ), Alatau is the first of what may become a class of two new minesweepers for the KNF. The second one was reportedly under negotiation, but procurement of the ship may be postponed due to a decline in oil prices since 2015.

The KNF's new MCM vessel, which will be based on the Caspian Sea, is equipped with an AK-306 cannon, a Diez-1750E command-and-control system, Teledyne Reson SeaBat minehunting sonar, and an ECA Group Unmanned Mine Counter Measure Integrated System (UMIS), among other things.

The UMIS consists of the A9-M autonomous underwater vehicle (AUV), K-STER identification and mine disposal vehicles, and a single multifunction console integrating the mission management software suite.

The system is designed to cover MCM operations ranging from the initial seabed survey, through target detection and classification, down to final identification and neutralisation.


The MCM vessel Alatau (seen here in 2015) entered service with the KNF on 1 June. (SNSZ)
 
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