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MessageSujet: Re: Armées du Kazakhstan    Sam 26 Mai 2012 - 14:26

juba2 a écrit:
yakuza pourquoi les avions russes ont toujours de la fumee noire derriere eux.ils devaient rectifier c'est tres mauvais pour la detection.je n'ai jamais pu comprendre ,peut etr le kerozene need tweaking and add on.

sorry didn´t see...systeme IFF russe pour se reconnaitre de tres loin
well,d´apres ce que j´ai lu une fois d´un tech engines,d´abord a cause de mauvaise culture de maintenance,et les moteurs russes en general,et le klimov RD-33 en particulier,have bad combustion chamber design,ne permettent pas une combustion complete en passage military power#max power et inversement,ajoute a ca la mauvaise qualité du fuel utilisé,autres que les JP-5/8 qu´utilisent les avions US.
le F4 avait le meme probleme aussi

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MessageSujet: Re: Armées du Kazakhstan    Sam 26 Mai 2012 - 14:33

et le F16 aussi
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MessageSujet: Re: Armées du Kazakhstan    Sam 26 Mai 2012 - 14:49

chaque avion a son smoke combustion oblige,ce que tu vois la c´est normal,par contre ca n´arrive jamais au smoke trail connu des Mig29
tiens,pas la peine de praparer une page photobucket pour Wink trouve moi mieux que ca






ca crie lookez moi martiens Laughing

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MessageSujet: Re: Armées du Kazakhstan    Sam 26 Mai 2012 - 15:08

Yakuza a écrit:
ca crie lookez moi martiens Laughing
Tu n'es pas objectif Yakuza Razz Je crois que la fumée sert à mettre en évidence les acrobaties effectuées par l'avion Laughing C'est donc fait exprès Laughing
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MessageSujet: Re: Armées du Kazakhstan    Sam 26 Mai 2012 - 15:16

ah mince, j´avoue ne pas avoir vu le genie artistique Laughing

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MessageSujet: Re: Armées du Kazakhstan    Lun 28 Mai 2012 - 19:00

je crois qu'il est au diesel avec un filtre crasseux et du diesel pompé au mazout d'une chaudiere
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MessageSujet: Re: Armées du Kazakhstan    Mer 4 Juil 2012 - 21:09


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MessageSujet: Re: Armées du Kazakhstan    Mer 11 Juil 2012 - 9:48

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Le Kazakhstan espère recevoir des missiles S-300 d'ici 2013



Le Kazakhstan espère équiper en 2013 son armée de systèmes de missiles sol-air S-300, a annoncé mercredi aux journalistes le chef des Troupes de DCA du pays Nourjan Moukanov.

"Le travail sur les questions liées aux systèmes S-300 se poursuit, nous espérons des suites positives d'ici 2013", a déclaré M. Moukanov à l'issue d'une réunion du Conseil de coordination de la CEI pour la DCA, tenue au Kirghizstan.

Les missiles sol-air S-300 russes sont destinés à la protection des sites industriels et administratifs, des bases militaires et des postes de commandement contre les attaques aériennes et spatiales. Les S-300 sont capables de détruire les missiles balistiques et de croisière, ainsi que d'abattre les avions à une distance de 150 km et à une altitude allant jusqu'à 27 km.

Caractéristiques du S-300P

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MessageSujet: Re: Armées du Kazakhstan    Dim 22 Juil 2012 - 16:00

SU27UBM



Mig29



Mig27



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MessageSujet: Re: Armées du Kazakhstan    Mar 7 Aoû 2012 - 8:55


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MessageSujet: Re: Armées du Kazakhstan    Sam 15 Sep 2012 - 13:17

Almtay 14-09-12

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MessageSujet: Re: Armées du Kazakhstan    Ven 21 Sep 2012 - 18:26


Les Kazakhs "améliorent" leurs Flankers en... Biélorussie Shocked .

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Recce Flankers for Kazakhstan.
Belarus has developped an upgrade package for the Kazakh Air Force (KAF), converting the Sukhoi Su-27 for Reco mission.
The upgrade is offered by the 558th ARZ based at Baranovichi AB and is designed to be allied with Kazakhstan's modernised Su-27 fleet.
The single-seat Reco version is designated Sukhoi Su-27BM1R, while the 2 seaters is the Sukhoi Su-27BM2R.
The 558th ARZ was responsible for previous upgrades of Kazakh Flankers, producing 7 Su-27BM1 aircraft & 3 Su-27UBM2 jets between 2007 & 2010.
CAM Septembre 2012.

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MessageSujet: Re: Armées du Kazakhstan    Mer 26 Sep 2012 - 19:54

... et leur Mig-29 en Ukraine ?




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MessageSujet: Re: Armées du Kazakhstan    Mar 27 Nov 2012 - 10:39

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Kazakh air force fleet replenished with AN-72 military aircraft

11/27/2012
The Kazakh military aircraft fleet has been replenished, the country's Defence Ministry press service reported. 'The Kazakh Air Force military transport aircraft fleet has been replenished by an Antonov family - AN-72cargo jet. The aircraft has been repaired and reequipped at the 325 Aircraft Repair Plant in the city of Taganrog, Russia and was delivered to one of the Kazakh army air bases on Monday', the statement said.

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MessageSujet: Re: Armées du Kazakhstan    Jeu 27 Déc 2012 - 11:13

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Dec. 26, 2012 - 08:41AM | By AGENCE FRANCE-PRESSE
ASTANA, Kazakhstan — Kazakhstan on Dec. 26 mourned the deaths of 27 people in one of its worst aviation disasters, a tragedy that wiped out much of the top echelon of the state border service, including the acting chief.

The KNB state security service confirmed that all 27 crew and servicemen onboard the An-72 military jet were killed Dec. 25 when it crashed close to Shymkent airport in the south of the country.

“All 27 occupants of the aircraft, including seven crew members, have perished,” the National Security Service (KNB) said in a statement.

The victims included the acting head of the Kazakh federal border service, Turganbek Stambekov, and his wife, the statement said. The disaster also claimed the lives of much of the top leadership of the border service, with a total of 11 top officials killed in the disaster. Another five lieutenant colonels from the regional Ontustik border unit were killed as well as three rank-and-file servicemen.

Kazakhstan President Nursultan Nazarbayev declared Dec. 27 a day of national mourning and expressed his “deepest condolences to the families and loved ones of the dead,” the presidency said. He ordered a full investigation of the causes of the disaster as well assistance to the victims’ families.

The head of the KNB, Nurtai Abykayev, told reporters in Shymkent that the causes of the disaster could have been “the weather conditions, the human factor and the technical condition of the aircraft.”

The black box of the plane has been found, he added, as quoted by the Interfax-Kazakhstan news agency.

The KNB said the passengers had been attending a meeting of border guards in the capital Astana and were on their way to an end-of-year security meeting in Shymkent.

The 22-year-old plane crashed late Dec. 25 about 20 kilometers (12 miles) from Shymkent airport, where it had been due to land after a flight from Astana. Kazakhstan’s KTK television said the jet fell from a height of 800 meters (2,600 feet). Witnesses also reported hearing a loud explosion at the time of the crash.

Footage of the crash site aired on Kazakh state television on Dec. 26 showed only fragments of the An-72 military transport plane remaining on the ground. But the KNB security service stressed that the plane had recently undergone all the necessary checks and repairs.

“In 2012, it underwent restoration work at the Antonov repair plant in Ukraine,” its statement said. Khabar state television also cited local residents as saying that a heavy winter storm had descended on the region at the time of the accident. It said the plane caught fire after the crash.

Kazakh officials sealed off the site of the disaster on Dec. 26 as they launched an investigation into one of the most serious air accidents in the country’s post-Soviet history.

The border guard service of Kazakhstan — a vast resource-rich nation nestled between China and Russia — had already experienced tragedy this year. Its acting head, Stambekov, was appointed to his post in June after his predecessor was fired following a May incident in which 14 border guards were shot dead in a remote outpost in the south of the country. The sole border guard to survive the shooting confessed during a subsequent trial that he killed his colleagues but retracted his confession after being handed a life sentence, saying unidentified people in civilian clothes were responsible.

Aviation disasters remain a scourge across the former Soviet Union due to aging hardware that often has not been replaced since the fall of the Soviet regime, as well as human error. In November, eight people were killed in Kazakhstan when a Russian-made Mi-8 helicopter crashed while on a pipeline surveillance mission.

http://www.defensenews.com/article/20121226/DEFREG01/312260002/Kazakhstan-Mourns-Deaths-Elite-Guards-Plane-Crash?odyssey=tab|topnews|text|FRONTPAGE
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MessageSujet: Re: Armées du Kazakhstan    Sam 12 Jan 2013 - 22:05

Su-27 ( révision en Ukraine - 2007 )



Mig-27D



Mig-27M ( révision en Ukraine - 2010 )



Mig-23UB


Su-25 ( Ukrain - 2010 )



An-26 ( Arrivée hier en Ukraine )

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MessageSujet: Re: Armées du Kazakhstan    Jeu 17 Jan 2013 - 0:02

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Airbus Military delivers first two C295 to Kazakhstan



Kazakhstan has taken delivery of the first two C295 transport aircraft that it ordered last year, marking Airbus Military´s entry into the CIS regional market.

The aircraft, the first two on firm contract and a further six on options to be progressively confirmed in the coming years, were formally handed over in Sevilla before the ferry flights, via Astana, to Almaty, where they will be based.

They were earlier technically accepted in Seville by a combined team of Kazspetsexport, the Kazakhstan Ministry of Defence, and the Kazakhstan Air Forces.

Both aircraft will be used in support of transport missions throughout the nation´s vast territory. The purchase contract additionally covers the related service support package for spare parts and ground support equipment.

Airbus Military Senior Vice President Commercial, Antonio Rodríguez-Barberán, said: “We greatly appreciate the high level of professionalism and strong commitment shown by the relevant Kazakh institutions in ensuring the smooth and mutually rewarding execution of this agreement.It is a great pleasure to welcome the Air Forces of Kazakhstan into the worldwide family of C295 operators and we are committed to providing the required level of support for our new customer for many years to come.”
The attached photo shows one of the aircraft before their departure from Seville.

About C295
The new generation C295 is the ideal aircraft for defence and civic mission to the benefit of society, such as humanitarian actions, maritime patrol, and environmental surveillance missions, amongst others. Thanks to its robustness and reliability, and with simple systems, this medium sized tactical airlifter provides wide versatility and flexibility, necessary for personnel, troop and bulky/palletized cargo transportation, casualty evacuation, communication and logistic duties or certified air-dropping capabilities. Its mix of dual technology civil/military equipment ensure success on demanding tactical mission, growth potential for future equipment as well as compatibility with the latest civil airspace environment. The C295 is part of Airbus Military’s family of light and medium airlifters which also include the smaller C212 and CN235 platforms.


http://www.airbusmilitary.com/LatestNews/tabid/176/ArticleID/245/ArtMID/681/Airbus-Military-delivers-first-two-C295-to-Kazakhstan.aspx
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MessageSujet: Re: Armées du Kazakhstan    Lun 4 Mar 2013 - 11:24

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Kazakhstan's New Drones

Kazakhstan is testing some new unmanned aerial vehicles (UAVs, aka drones)
from Russia, a military official has said. Kazakhstan had tried out UAVs from
France and Israel but they didn't do well in the cold weather, said
General-Major Almaz Dzhumakeev, commander of Kazakhstan's 36th Air Assault
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"It's necessary to strengthen the reconnaissance units. There will be a
competition, a selection, we will see which is acceptable for us and our
climate, taking into account the wind and the cold. There have been UAVs which
took off, flew 20 meters and crashed because it was so cold..."

According to the general-major, in 2014 after the selection of the supplier
country the UAVs will enter service in the armed reconnaissance units of the
armed forces of Kazakhstan. "Most likely, next year they will enter service.
Where there is reconnaissance, there will be UAVs," he noted.
Kazakhstan has plans to produce its own drones, and also
apparently has plans to buy some small reconnaissance drones from the Russian Irkut Corporation.It's
also been looking at Chinese
UAVs. It's not clear from the recent news stories, but it seems likely that
the Irkuts are what Maj-Gen Dzhumakeev was talking about. From the website Russian Aviation, last
October:


The Kazakh Ministry of Defense (MoD) will purchase 10 Irkut-10 unmanned
reconnaissance aircraft systems (UAS) from Irkut Corporation, Lenta.ru
reports.

The first four UASs will be delivered in 2012. The cost of the vehicles has
not been unveiled. According to the president of Yak Alacon, Alexander Toporov,
besides Irkut-10 UAVs, Kazakhstan may also purchase a large batch of Irkut-3
UAVs...

Irkut-10 is intended for day-and-night surveillance and reconnaissance. Each
Irkut-10 unmanned aircraft system includes 2 UAVs and ground control and
maintenance facilities. Each UAV has a maximum endurance of 2 hours and a radius
of 70 km. UAV’s maximum speed is 120 km/h. The vehicle’s wing span is 2 m,
maximum takeoff weight is 8.5 kg (including maximum payload of 1.5 kg).

Irkut-3 UAS is also formed by two UAVs and control and maintenance
facilities. This UAV is relatively compact: it has a wing span of 2 m and
takeoff weight of only 3 kg. Its radius is 15 km and its endurance is 75
minutes. The vehicle’s maximum speed is 90 km/h.
Certainly, their origin in Irkutsk would seem to bode well for cold-weather
capability. These sorts of small reconnaissance drones are pretty de rigeur for
militaries these days; indeed, the remarkable thing is that it seems to have
taken this long for Kazakhstan to get them into service.
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MessageSujet: Re: Armées du Kazakhstan    Mar 12 Mar 2013 - 1:57


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Kazakhstan To Produce Armed Helicopters

Kazakhstan is set to expand its production of military helicopters, with the ambition of becoming "one of the world flagships in the production of light attack helicopters," the state defense company Kazakhstan Engineering has announced. The Kazakhs signed a memorandum of cooperation with European defense giant Eurocopter (a division of EADS) to build the EC 645 T2, an armed version of the EC 145 that is already being built in Kazakhstan. From a press release from Kazakhstan Engineering, the state defense company:

According to the document [signed by Kazakhstan Engineering President Bolat Smagulov and Eurocopter Senior Vice President Olivier Lambert] the Joint Stock Company Eurocopter Kazakhstan Engineering, the only manufacturer of the EC 145 in the CIS, will assemble and service military helicopters EC 645 T2.

The agreements ... will allow the joint enterprise to move to a new step of its development, to establish assembly (with the production of some components) of a higher level of technology. The EC 645 T2 helicopter is one of the newest designs available on the world market. At the moment, serial production has not started in any country in the world. In the case of the successful realization of the signed document Kazakhstan will become one of the world flagships in the production of light attack helicopters.

The EC 645 T2 isn't currently in use with any military in the world, but it's a candidate for the U.S. Army's new Armed Aerial Scout helicopter. It boasts advanced laser targeting technology and the ability to be armed with a variety of rockets and guns.

It's not mentioned in Kazakhstan Engineering's press release, but presumably the first customer for the Kazakhstan-produced ED 645 T2s would be Kazakhstan itself. Kazakhstan doesn't really operate anything like this now; its only attack helicopter in service is the bigger Mil Mi-24. And if memory serves, this would be the third military aircraft deal in a row that Kazakhstan has announced that has been with a Western, rather than a Russian company. Kazakhstan's leadership is too careful to say this out loud, but three makes a trend, and it's easy to imagine that Rosoboronexport and the Kremlin are looking askance at this.

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MessageSujet: Re: Armées du Kazakhstan    Ven 26 Avr 2013 - 13:21

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Kazakhstan grounds MiG fighter jets after deadly crash

April 25, 2013 - 13:55 AMT
PanARMENIAN.Net - Kazakhstan's military authorities have grounded all the nation's MiG fighter jets following a crash earlier this week that killed the pilot and injured the navigator of a MiG-31 interceptor, Kazakhstan’s air force chief said on Thursday, April 25, RIA Novosti reported.
The Kazakhstan Air Force Mikoyan MiG-31 interceptor crashed during a training flight in central Kazakhstan on Wednesday. The crew managed to eject from the plane before the crash, but the pilot died. A probe was opened into the accident.
“We’ve halted MiG flights until the cause of crash is cleared up,” Kazakhstan's Air Defense Forces chief Lt. Gen. Alexander Sorokin said.
The air force said immediately after the crash that a technical problem was the likely cause of the incident.
In a statement on Thursday, it said the aircraft had been flying at 3,000 meters altitude (10,000 feet) when it suddenly entered an undemanded roll to the left and entered a steep spiral dive. The pilot tried to recover the aircraft but could not, and as the machine passed 1000 meters altitude the crew ejected, with the navigator leaving the aircraft just before the pilot.
The aircraft was diving very rapidly as the crew ejected and the pilot's parachute did not have time to fully deploy, the air force said on its website.
The Kazakh Defense Ministry said the aircraft which went down underwent a major overhaul at a Russian factory in December. The MiG-31 was performing its fifth flight that day, and had flown 42 hours since its overhaul.
The world's fastest military aircraft in service, the MiG-31 is designed to intercept enemy aircraft at long distances with a powerful radar and weapons system. It is operated only by Kazakhstan and Russia.
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MessageSujet: Re: Armées du Kazakhstan    Mer 8 Mai 2013 - 15:50

Parade et manoeuvres militaires des Forces Armées Kazakhs pour célébrer le Jour des Défenseurs de la Patrie, pour la première fois dans l'histoire du pays











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MessageSujet: Re: Armées du Kazakhstan    Mer 8 Mai 2013 - 21:26

Y a du Otokar Cobra, nice ...

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MessageSujet: Re: Armées du Kazakhstan    Mar 16 Juil 2013 - 14:17

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Kazakhstan mulls A400M, orders more C295s
Peter Dunai, Budapest - IHS Jane's Defence Weekly
14 July 2013

Kazakhstan is considering the acquisition of two A400M military transport aircraft and establishing a maintenance and service facility for Airbus Military aircraft, the Kazakhstani defence ministry announced in early July.

The official communiqué was published shortly after visits to the former Soviet republic by the head of Airbus Military, Domingo Ureña-Raso, who met with the Kazakhstan defence minister, Adilbek Dzhaksybekov, and the Spanish defence minister, Pedro Morenes.

According to Dzhaksybekov, the A400M will likely be demonstrated at the KADEX 2014 defence industry exhibition in Astana, although Airbus Military did not respond to an IHS Jane's request for comment.

Kazakhstan first voiced interest in the A400M in 2010, when defence officials visited Spain to be briefed by Airbus Military on its latest products



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MessageSujet: Re: Armées du Kazakhstan    Lun 2 Sep 2013 - 14:26

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