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MessageSujet: Re: Armées du Kazakhstan    Jeu 24 Oct 2013 - 12:00

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Kazakhstan to double C295 inventory

Kazakhstan has exercised a first option to increase the strength of its Airbus Military C295 medium transport inventory, with the nation’s air force to receive another two of the type by 2015.

Announced by the European company on 24 October, the development follows the introduction of two C295s by the Kazakhstan air force earlier this year.

“This order is implementation of the Memorandum of Understanding [MoU] signed in 2012 between the Ministry of Defence of Kazakhstan and Airbus Military for the procurement of eight C295s,” the airframer says. Astana's next two examples are due for delivery during 2014 and 2015 respectively, it adds, with the deal also covering the provision of in-service support.

“With regards to the remaining four aircraft in the MoU, a delivery schedule will be defined over the coming years,” says Airbus Military.

The C295 represents Kazakhstan’s first modern military air transport capability. Its air force also operates a combined seven Antonov An-12, An-24/26 and An-72 airlifters, according toFlightglobal’s MiliCAS database.
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MessageSujet: Re: Armées du Kazakhstan    Dim 24 Nov 2013 - 13:53

L'info date de septembre dernier, on voit que FNSS est prêt à ouvrir une usine au Kazakhstan.

Otokar possède déjà une usine là bas pour fabrication de Cobra.

Bonne nouvelle pour sécuriser le marché et aider nos frères Kazakhs à développer leur industrie.

http://www.mod.gov.kz/mod-en/index.php/faq/899-adilbek-dzhaksybekov-military-industrial-collaboration-with-turkey-is-one-of-the-main-priorities-of-kazakh-turkish-defence-cooperation-development a écrit:

Adilbek Dzhaksybekov: military-industrial collaboration with Turkey is one of the main priorities of Kazakh-Turkish defence cooperation development


Turkish industry of military electronics is represented by one of the top companies of the defence industry – “Aselsan”. Minister of defence of the Republic of Kazakhstan discussed prospects of the future development and process of realization of the Kazakh-Turkish defence-industrial factory called “Kazakhstan Aselsan engineering”. The factory opening is planned for the end of the current year in the capital of Kazakhstan.

This project aims to allow production of optical sights for rifles, night vision devices and thermal imagers. Notable characteristic of the joint enterprise that will exist on equal terms is full volume of the whole technological process, including production of PCB, optical lenses, software development as well as testing of the end products. It is worth mentioning that Kazakhstan will be able to produce not only one type of gadget, but many different types of modern optical devices for both military and civil purposes.

“This collaboration is beneficial to both countries. Your enterprise is one of the biggest defence corporations in the world. The opening of the joint factory is a big step in development of our national defence-industrial complex. I want to thank our brother country – Turkey for their assistance in this sphere,” Adilbek Dzhaksybekov said during his meeting with Chairman of the Board of Directors of Aselsan Necmettin Baykul. (Ref: in the past, the company was supplying communication devices, optical sights and night vision devices to the Armed Forces of the Republic of Kazakhstan).

Also, the Minister of Defence of Kazakhstan discussed Kazakh-Turkish cooperation in the production of aircraft technology with TAI management (ref: the company produces spare parts for modernized and light-winged airships, constructs aircrafts from the produced parts, and conducts the trials. TAI products are found to conform to the NATO standards).

"We are very interested in TAI’s experience. Opening of the technical aviation centre in Astana for construction and service of unmanned aerial vehicles (UAV), military transportation and combat aircrafts is one of the main priorities of the modernisation of Kazakhstan Army. At his meeting with TAI Managing Director Muharrem Dortkasli, Adilbek Dzhaksybekov stressed that the collaboration in the current sphere is mutually profitable".

Kazakh military delegation headed by the Minister of Defence had a look at the construction processes of airplanes, UAV and other aircraft technologies. TAI is a multidisciplinary enterprise that is engaged in development and construction of all kinds of aircraft technology, in particular combat attack helicopters, UAV’s, aerial targets, combat training aircrafts, and parts of fuselage of the Airbus planes.

Also, while being in Ankara, Adilbek Dzhaksybekov took a look at the armoured combat vehicle construction at the FNSS factory. Modernised combat vehicles were presented to the Kazakh military delegation. Turkish side is interested in opening similar facility in Astana.

Presentation of military unit of the Turkish military peacekeeping troops took place at the 28th mechanized brigade; also servicemen demonstrated the level of combat readiness. Talking to the commander of the brigade Minister of defence of the Republic of Kazakhstan honoured their great tactical efficiency and expressed confidence that Turkish Armed Forces will take part in the next peacekeeping exercise “Step Eagle”.

"Today we discussed this topic with your military authorities and came to the mutual agreement. There is a modern peacekeeping military training town built in Kazakhstan. The town is up to all international standards. Leadership of NATO noted high capability of Kazakh troops to conduct peace keeping operations during exercise “Steppe Eagle-2013”. We encourage existing level of military collaboration in the activities of similar sort", – the minister said.
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MessageSujet: Re: Armées du Kazakhstan    Lun 16 Déc 2013 - 10:25

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Kazakhstan and Turkey opened new facility to produce optical-electronic military equipment

December 2013, in Astana the Minister of Defence of the Republic of Kazakhstan Adilbek Dzhaksybekov and the Minister of Defence of the Republic of Turkey Ismet Yilmaz founded the joint Kazakh-Turkish facility “Kazakhstan Aselsan engineering” for production of the optical-electronic military equipment.

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MessageSujet: Re: Armées du Kazakhstan    Ven 31 Jan 2014 - 17:02

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  La Russie livrera des missiles S-300 au Kazakhstan  



ASTANA, 31 janvier - RIA Novosti


La Russie commencera à livrer des systèmes de missiles sol-air S-300 au Kazakhstan en 2014, a annoncé vendredi le ministre russe de la Défense Sergueï Choïgou à l'issue d'un entretien avec son homologue kazakh Adilbek Djaksybekov.

"Cette année, nous livrerons aux Forces armées du Kazakhstan des systèmes de missiles sol-air S-300 en nombre suffisant pour assurer la protection de l'espace aérien", a déclaré le ministre russe, sans toutefois préciser le nombre de systèmes et les conditions de leur livraison.

Auparavant, il a été annoncé que la DCA kazakhe ne disposait que d'un nombre restreint de missiles S-300 assurant la protection aérienne de la ville d'Astana, la capitale.

http://fr.ria.ru/defense/20140131/200354202.html  
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Kazakhstan: Moscou exploitera un centre d'essais de missiles antimissiles



ASTANA, 31 janvier - RIA Novosti  


La Russie et le Kazakhstan se sont mis d'accord sur l'exploitation conjointe du polygone kazakh de Sary-Chagan, le seul centre d'essais de missiles antimissiles d'Eurasie, a annoncé vendredi le ministre russe de la Défense Sergueï Choïgou, en visite à Astana.

"Nous nous sommes entendus pour l'exploiter conjointement. Pour ce faire, il faut lancer la formation de spécialistes cette année, assurer le montage et la livraison d'équipements supplémentaires" au polygone, a indiqué M.Choïgou au terme d'une rencontre avec son homologue kazakh Adilbek Djaksybekov.

Le polygone militaire kazakh Sary-Chagan est situé dans le désert de Betpak-Dala ("Steppe de la faim") au nord-ouest du lac Balkhach. Créé à l'époque de l'URSS, il sert à tester tous les missiles soviétiques et russes destinés à former le système stratégique russe de défense antimissile, notamment le missile intercontinental Topol. La Russie loue une partie du polygone au Kazakhstan depuis 1996.

http://fr.ria.ru/defense/20140131/200356296.html
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Moscou livrera gratuitement cinq divisions de missiles S-300 au Kazakhstan



ASTANA, 31 janvier - RIA Novosti


La Russie livrera gratuitement cinq divisions de missiles sol-air S-300 au Kazakhstan, a annoncé vendredi à Astana le vice-ministre russe de la Défense Anatoli Antonov.

"Le ministère russe de la Défense livrera cinq divisions de missiles S-300PS", a indiqué M.Antonov à l'issue d'entretiens des ministres de la Défense des deux pays au Kazakhstan.

Ces missiles "renforceront la sécurité du Kazakhstan, mais aussi le système de défense antiaérienne de l'Organisation du Traité de sécurité collective (OTSC: Arménie, Biélorussie, Kazakhstan, Kirghizstan, Russie, Tadjikistan)", a ajouté M.Antonov.

"Cela revêt une grande importance compte tenu des nouveaux dangers qui se profilent près de nos frontières. Nous sommes surtout préoccupés par le prochain retrait de la Force internationale d'assistance à la sécurité (ISAF) d'Afghanistan", a-t-il déclaré.

Le ministre russe de la Défense Sergueï Choïgou a annoncé vendredi matin que Moscou commencerait à livrer des missiles sol-air S-300 au Kazakhstan dès 2014, sans toutefois préciser le nombre des missiles ni les modalités de l'entente.

Les missiles en question ont été retirés du service par l'armée russe. "A présent, les spécialistes des deux pays doivent réfléchir aux moyens de les remettre en état opérationnel", a noté le vice-ministre Antonov.

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MessageSujet: Re: Armées du Kazakhstan    Mar 18 Fév 2014 - 18:24

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Ukroboronprom Supplied Missile Systems "Arbalet-K"’ And "Bar’er-Vk" to Navy of Kazakhstan


State Kyiv Design Bureau ‘Luch’, being incorporated with Ukroboronprom, has shipped for the Navy of Kazakhstan the next batch of armament that contains Arbalet-K short range shipborne air defense system and Bar’er-VK naval missile guided weapon system.

It was informed by Sergiy Gromov, General Director of the State Concern ‘Ukroboronprom’. According to executive, the first batch that had been shipped earlier has already been put into operation by the Navy of Kazakhstan and it is being successfully used in the interest of the national security of this country.

“State Kyiv Design Bureau ‘Luch’ is the ‘flagship’ enterprise of the state military industrial complex involved in development and manufacture of up-to-date armament and enhancement of unique technologies. In the past two years the enterprise has mastered a new successful direction - manufacture of armament for small warships. The success of those developments is proved by the regularity of shipments for the foreign customer”, Mr. Gromov said.

Arbalet-K short range shipborne air-defense missile system is intended to destroy jet, propjet and propeller-driven aircrafts and helicopters at head-on and pursuit courses under conditions of a target direct visibility with the use of air-defense guided missiles of “Igla” type. The firing range is not more than 5000 m, the minimum altitude of targets destruction is 10 m, target detection range – 12 km at day time and 7 km at night time.
Arbalet-K short range shipborne air-defense missile system

Arbalet-K short range shipborne air-defense missile system is intended to destroy jet, propjet and propeller-driven aircrafts and helicopters at head-on and pursuit courses under conditions of a target direct visibility with the use of air-defense guided missiles of “Igla” type. The firing range is not more than 5000 m, the minimum altitude of targets destruction is 10 m, target detection range – 12 km at day time and 7 km at night time.

Bar’er-VK naval missile guided weapon system is designed to destroy ships as well as coastal moving and stationary modern armoured targets and light-armoured objects, coastal fortified firing positions and helicopters with missiles RK-2V. The maximum firing range is 7500 m. Flight time to maximum range is 30 s. The system of missile guidance acts through laser ray with automatic mode of target tracking.
Bar’er-VK naval missile guided weapon system

Bar’er-VK naval missile guided weapon system is designed to destroy ships as well as coastal moving and stationary modern armoured targets and light-armoured objects, coastal fortified firing positions and helicopters with missiles RK-2V. The maximum firing range is 7500 m. Flight time to maximum range is 30 s. The system of missile guidance acts through laser ray with automatic mode of target tracking.

Both complexes include base with actuator, guidance device with thermal imager and traverse platform.

These armament complexes are developed and manufactured by the State Kyiv Design Bureau ‘Luch’ in cooperation with the list of member enterprises of the Ukroboronprom State Concern.
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MessageSujet: Re: Armées du Kazakhstan    Jeu 6 Mar 2014 - 1:59

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What Can We Learn From Kazakhstan’s Arms Deals?


Few analysts regularly track the minutiae of arms sales. Who sells what to whom and for what purpose often gets overlooked in regional security analyses. But given Asia’s dynamism, tracking those kinds of questions actually reveals quite a lot about regional security trends.
Take Kazakhstan’s recent arms deals. They tell us a great deal about the global arms market and its interaction with security dynamics in Asia in general and Central Asia and Kazakhstan in particular. Kazakhstan has recently contracted with South Africa to produce and maintain armored military vehicles for local and regional export markets. The two countries also collaborate in space research programs and Kazakhstan’s launch platform at Baikonur has launched South African (and many other countries’) space satellites.
In the meantime, Kazakhstan has signed an accord on security cooperation with Israel that provides a general “umbrella” for cultivating defense trade and future cooperation. This accord formalizes more than a decade of Israeli arms sales to Kazakhstan. Apparently Kazakhstan is especially interested in unmanned systems, border security, command control capabilities and satellite communications – in other words, the leading sectors of military technology.
These agreements tell us a great deal about changing trends in the world of arms sales and Asian security, beyond the highly interesting fact of Israeli arms sales to a majority Muslim country. Two immediate trends stand out. First, the deals confirm the fact that states that are generally considered to be so-called middle powers have increasingly developed the technological basis and infrastructure to compete effectively with the great powers for arms markets in Asia and across the world. This trend reflects the accelerating diffusion of all technologies, not only military, throughout the globe and the benefits that can accrue to countries that effectively take advantage of those technologies. Consequently, the likes of Israel and South Africa now compete with Russia, the U.K., France and the U.S. in key markets.
The second trend reflected in Kazakhstan’s arms deals is the continuing shift towards a buyers market in global arms sales. Increasingly, consumers – and Asia is the most dynamic region of the world with regard to arms purchases or foreign arms sales – can demand from prospective buyers the transfer of technology, know-how and investment, building the skills and technology of the consumer country to the point where they can then become co-producers of the weapons and ultimately sell abroad. This trend thus plays back into the first one as the strengthening of buyers’ positions has provided smaller states with the opportunity not only to demand technology, investment and know-how transfers but ultimately, as Kazakhstan clearly intends to do, to become exporters in their own right and compete with their providers.
We have already seen this in the nuclear field. Here, with the exception of the U.S. and the U.K., every nation that has acquired nuclear weapons has done so through the transfer of the technology or necessary knowledge (sometimes, as in Russia’s case, espionage played a major role). Although nobody has sold actual nuclear missiles or bombs, those transfers have been the lubricant facilitating technological and skills transfers. Until 1998, when India and Pakistan tested their weapons, we were dealing with the phenomenon of primary proliferation from the original members of the Grand Alliance to others like France, China and probably Israel (which also benefited from French transfers). But since then we have seen secondary proliferation from China to North Korea and Pakistan, and now North Korea has already transferred missiles and chemical weapons abroad and was building a reactor in Syria for what had to be a prospective nuclear program until Israel destroyed it in 2007. North Korea and China also transferred extensive technology for missiles to Iran. Now we hear recurrent reports of discussions between Pakistan and Saudi Arabia about nuclear weapons that would represent a tertiary proliferation process. Certainly A.Q. Khan’s “nuclear WalMart” exhibited similar tendencies.
The outstanding example is China, which has taken Russian weapons, indigenized then, often by pirating Russian technology, to create its own weapons that it sells abroad, often in competition with Russian weapons. In 2006, China began selling the JF-17 Fighter with a Russian engine in it to Pakistan, causing Russia acute embarrassment with India, its other major customer. Russia ultimately had no contractual means of forcing China to desist from selling the JF-17 and its engine, and had to join the sale and antagonize its ally India. Worse, China vigorously hawked the JF-17 across Asia and Africa. It later became clear that China reverse engineered the Soviet RPG-7P anti-tank rockets, 122mm D 30 howitzer ammunition, and the PK10 assault gun exhibited at the annual MAKS international Defense Exhibition in Istanbul in 2009. China is also suspected of copying anti-ship missiles and aircraft engines, the SU 27 UBK fighter, and numerous air-to-air and air-to-ground weapons and then trying to compete with Moscow in Asian and African markets. It is believed to have copied anti-ship missiles and aircraft engines. And both the development of the J-11 fighter and its trainer the J-11B has caused considerable heartburn for Russia. At the same time, indigenizing the SU-33 in particular has been a major Chinese priority. Thus, China has been able both to demand transfers of advanced systems and technology and then to exploit its acquisitions for the purpose of entering the global arms market.
These examples show that the processes hitherto seen in China or in other East Asian countries are now spreading to Central Asia. And they also suggest one big loser: Russia. Russian arms sales have primarily gone to Asian buyers – China, India or Vietnam, for example. Nonetheless, Moscow has sought to diversify its arms sales abroad to avoid an excessive reliance on a single or few markets. But if Kazakhstan can develop an indigenous capability for high-tech weapons that will enable it to undercut Russian arms sales in Central Asia, which are a prime factor in preserving Russia’s strong position there. That too conforms to general economic trends where China has already outstripped Moscow as Central Asia’s leading commercial partner. Ultimately Central Asia is not exempt from general trends or from the intense security dynamics sweeping through Asia. And we have only begun to see or even glimpse what those trends may have in store in the future.

http://thediplomat.com/2014/03/what-can-we-learn-from-kazakhstans-arms-deals/
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MessageSujet: Re: Armées du Kazakhstan    Jeu 10 Avr 2014 - 23:55

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Le Kazakhstan produira les blindés russes Terminator



EKATERINBOURG, 10 avril - RIA Novosti


Une coentreprise russo-kazakhe lancera la production de véhicules blindés de soutien des chars (BMPT) Terminator au Kazakhstan en 2015, a annoncé jeudi à Ekaterinbourg Konstantin Biriouline, directeur adjoint du Service fédéral russe pour la coopération militaire et technique (FSVTS).

"Nous sommes mis d'accord de produire ces véhicules au Kazakhstan. Nous verrons les premiers véhicules l'an prochain", a indiqué M.Biriouline devant les journalistes.

Le holding public russe Uralvagonzavod, fondateur de la coentreprise russo-kazakhe, livrera des pièces détachées à l'usine située au Kazakhstan.
Selon les médias, le ministère kazakh de la Défense a signé en 2012 un mémorandum avec la Russie sur l'achat de neuf BMPT Terminator lors du 2e Salon international d'armement KADEX à Astana.

Construit sur la base du châssis du char T-72, le véhicule blindé Terminator est doté de deux canons automatiques 2A42 de 30 mm, de deux dispositifs de lancement de missiles antichar supersoniques Ataka-T, de deux lance-grenades automatiques AG-17D et d'une mitrailleuse de 7,62 mm. Le véhicule est capable de traquer et détruire trois cibles à la fois sur 360 degrés.

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MessageSujet: Re: Armées du Kazakhstan    Jeu 15 Mai 2014 - 11:57

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Kazakhstan Ratifies Joint Air Defense Shield Deal with Russia


ASTANA, May 15 (RIA Novosti) – Kazakhstan’s upper house of parliament ratified Thursday an agreement with Russia on establishing a joint regional air defense shield, a Novosti-Kazakhstan correspondent has reported.

The shield will become part of the unified air defense system of the Commonwealth of Independent States (CIS), a loose alliance of former Soviet states, comprising Armenia, Azerbaijan, Belarus, Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan, Moldova, Russia, Tajikistan and Uzbekistan.

“The forces of the unified regional air defense system of Kazakhstan and Russia are led by a commander appointed by the Kazakh and Russian presidents upon the recommendation of defense ministers from both sides,” a committee on international affairs, defense and security said in a report.

The planned shield would be used only in times of war, while in time of peace the respective agencies together with the commander will fulfill only routine duties, a report says.

Moscow signed an agreement to set up an integrated regional air defense network with Kazakhstan last year. Russia has such a network with Belarus, while a similar deal with Armenia has been in the works for some time.

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MessageSujet: Re: Armées du Kazakhstan    Mar 27 Mai 2014 - 0:00

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Kazakhstan to get more radar systems from ThalesRaytheonSystems

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MessageSujet: Re: Armées du Kazakhstan    Dim 29 Juin 2014 - 21:47

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MessageSujet: Re: Armées du Kazakhstan    Mer 20 Aoû 2014 - 14:35

C295 - 12/08/14

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MessageSujet: Re: Armées du Kazakhstan    Mar 16 Sep 2014 - 21:26

Alloudi a écrit:

This T-72 in the Picture belongs to Azerbaijani Army and it was upgradet by IMI, The T-72 from Kazakhstan Army were Upgradet by Aselsan Kazakhstan Engeneering Joint Venture. Here is a Picture from T-72 KZ

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MessageSujet: Re: Armées du Kazakhstan    Mar 16 Sep 2014 - 23:17

A few months ago :

Arrow http://defense-turque-infos.com/2014/05/24/aselsan-prend-pied-au-kazakhstan/

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MessageSujet: Re: Armées du Kazakhstan    Jeu 25 Sep 2014 - 13:37

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Kazakh Su-27 fighter crashes

The jet was found 15 kilometres from the village of Zhanalyk in the Koksu district of Kazakhstan
ASTANA, September 24. /ITAR-TASS/. The Kazakh Defense Ministry confirmed the crash of a warplane Sukhoi Su-27 from the Taldykorgan airbase, as the jet was found 15 kilometres from the village of Zhanalyk in the Koksu district of the republic.

“The contact was lost with the fighter Su-27 during training flights at about 6.42 pm Moscow time (2.42 pm GMT) on September 23,” the Defense Ministry said. “The warplane’s crash site was spotted in search. The search for pilots continues,” the ministry added.

The fighter’s crew was made of two pilots holding the rank of lieutenant-colonels.

A special fact-finding committee was set up to probe the air crash.
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MessageSujet: Re: Armées du Kazakhstan    Jeu 5 Fév 2015 - 18:04

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Kazakhstan to acquire Su-30SM fighters

Gareth Jennings, Londres - Defence de IHS Jane's Weekly

4 février 2015


Kazakhstan is to acquire an undisclosed number of Su-30SM fighters to help modernise its Soviet-era air force. Source: Irkut


Kazakhstan is to acquire the Sukhoi Su-30SM 'Flanker' as it looks to recapitalise its Soviet-era fighter force, the government announced on 4 February.

The disclosure was made by the Commander in Chief of the Kazakhstan Air Defence Forces (KADF), Major General Nurlan Ormanbetov, during a visit to the Irkutsk Aviation Plant where the Su-30SM is built.

"Thanks to the policy of the President [of Kazakhstan] today [we] have the opportunity to [recapitalise our] combat aircraft to modern types. This multipurpose aircraft will greatly enhance the combat potential of the [KADF]," said the general.

The government announcement did not disclose aircraft numbers or delivery timelines.

The Su-30SM has been developed from the Indian Su-30MKI and is intended by the Russian Air Force as a stop-gap until the Su-35 and Sukhoi T-50 PAK-FA enter service later in the decade. The two-seat Su-30SM features an improved radar, communications, and ejector-seat system. In addition, the aircraft's weaponry configuration has been adjusted to Russian specifications.

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The KADF currently fields MiG-27 'Flogger', Su-25 'Frogfoot', MiG-31 'Foxhound', Su-27 'Flanker', and MiG-29 'Fulcrum' aircraft, all inherited from the Soviet Union in the early 1990s.

The central Asian nation has recently been procuring Western aircraft for the first time in the guise of the Airbus C295 transport aircraft, as well as EC145 and Bell UH-1 Huey II helicopters (and has been touted as a potential customer of the Airbus A400M transport aircraft).

However, as a former Soviet Republic and current member of the Collective Security Treaty Organization, Kazakhstan would have felt it needed (or even preferred) to opt for a Russian platform to fulfil its 'blue-riband' fighter requirement.


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MessageSujet: Re: Armées du Kazakhstan    Sam 14 Fév 2015 - 1:00

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MessageSujet: Re: Armées du Kazakhstan    Mar 17 Fév 2015 - 17:04

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Kazakhstan to work with France on UUVs


Charles Forrester, London - IHS Jane's Defence Industry  


Kazakhstan and France are to work together on unmanned underwater vehicles (UUVs), Kazakh national defence company Kazakhstan Engineering revealed on its website on 16 February.

The company's Gidropribor subsidiary will be co-operating with French firm ECA Robotics in the field of UUVs. The agreement will see the Kazakhstan Navy procure 10 UUVs for use on survey work in the Caspian Sea, as well as for finding and destroying objects on the sea floor.

Under the agreement signed by ECA Robotics and Gidropribor, the Kazakh firm will undertake local assembly of the platforms as part of the procurement contract, which will last through to 2017.



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MessageSujet: Re: Armées du Kazakhstan    Mer 26 Aoû 2015 - 12:22

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Russia to give Air Defense System S-300 free-of-charge to Kazakhstan

Russia is set to supply fellow former Soviet nation Kazakhstan with S-300 air defense systems free-of-charge, a top Russian military official said Friday.


Deputy Defense Minister Anatoly Antonov, who was part of a military delegation traveling to the Central Asian state, said five battalions of S-300PS systems would be supplied from the arsenals of the Russian army.

Delivery of the systems will improve protection of Kazakhstan’s airspace as well as strengthen the air defense network of the Moscow-led Collective Security Treaty Organization military alliance, Antonov said.

The S-300PS (SA-10 Grumble) model was introduced to Soviet armed forces in 1985. It features 5V55R missiles with an engagement range of up to 90 kilometers (56 miles) and designed to lock in on a target after launch using an active detection system that steers the missile directly at the target. An S-300 battalion comprises up to six mobile launchers, according to estimates by military experts.

Kazakhstan reportedly has several S-300 systems deployed, mainly around the capital, Astana.
Moscow signed an agreement to set up an integrated regional air defense network with Kazakhstan last year. Russia has such a network with Belarus, while a similar deal with Armenia has been in the works for some time.



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MessageSujet: Re: Armées du Kazakhstan    Mer 9 Sep 2015 - 11:11

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Russia and Kazakhstan plan to unite air defense systems

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The two countries signed an agreement on creation of a united air defense system in 2013



ASTRAKHAN, September 8 /TASS/. Russia and Kazakhstan want to unite their air defense systems, Pavel Kurachenko, the head of the Russian Aerospace Forces, said on Tuesday.
The two countries signed an agreement on creation of a united air defense system in 2013.
"At this stage, we are rehearsing coordination among groups of troops and are laying down the legislative framework for this unified system," Kurachenko said.
General Nurlan Ormanbetov, the commander-in-chief of the Air Defense Forces of Kazakhstan, will command the united regional Air Defense system.

Russia also wants to create united regional anti-aircraft defense system with Armenia, Kyrgyzstan and Tajikistan, Kurachenko said. A draft agreement between Armenia and Russia on creation of a united regional air defense system in the Caucasus has been approved by both states, which are ready to sign it.
"I hope we are going to finalize all the details this year," Kurachenko concluded.
According to him, agreements on creation of united regional anti-aircraft defense system with Kyrgyzstan and Tajikistan are being discussed at inter-departmental levels.





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MessageSujet: Re: Armées du Kazakhstan    Ven 18 Sep 2015 - 23:57

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Four armored personnel carrier army of Kazakhstan sank during a training exercise


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The Ministry of Defence of Kazakhstan informed on an accident which killed 4 soldiers.

According to the statement, September 18, in Aktau during the 2 stage of “Center-2015” drills 6 armored vehicles BTR-80 with 52 soldiers went to the sea. Due to strong wind and high waves 4 vehicles of BTR-80 with 4 soldiers onboard drowned in the sea.

Minister of Defense Imangali Tasmagambetov instructed the Chief Inspectorate under the Ministry of Defence to urgently establish a special group to investigate the accident.





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MessageSujet: Re: Armées du Kazakhstan    Lun 2 Nov 2015 - 21:06

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New Kazakh minehunter launched by Russia

Nicholas de Larrinaga, London - IHS Jane's Defence Weekly

01 November 2015


SNSZ launched the first Project 10750E minehunter for Kazakhstan on 30 October in St Petersburg Source: SNSZ


Sredne-Nevsky Shipyard (SNSZ) launched the first Project 10750E mine countermeasure (MCM) vessel for the Kazakh Navy on 30 October in St Petersburg.

The Project 10750E design is billed as a 'deep modernisation' of the Russian Navy's early 1990s-era Lida-class (Project 10750). The 165 tonne, 32.5 m long vessel will be based on the Caspian Sea. Named Alatau , it was ordered in 2013 (along with an optional second vessel) and laid down in July 2014.

It is equipped with an AK-306 cannon, a Diez-1750E command-and-control system, a Teledyne Reson SeaBat minehunting sonar, and ECA Robotics mine location and destruction systems.
 
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MessageSujet: Re: Armées du Kazakhstan    Ven 11 Mar 2016 - 11:17

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Kazakhstan to provide free military-technical assistance to Kyrgyzstan

Kazakh Senate members approved the bill “On ratification of the agreement between the governments of Kazakhstan and the Kyrgyz Republic for the provision of free military-technical assistance” on Feb. 18, reported Kazinform. Later on Feb. 29 Kazakh President Nursultan Nazarbayev has signed it. The corresponding agreement was signed in Astana between the defence ministers of the two states in June 2015.




“The agreement provides the transfer of ammunition for small arms, grenades and smoke grenades, spare parts for anti-aircraft missile systems S-75M3 to the Kyrgyz side free of charge. Delivery of the property will be carried out by trucks of the Armed Forces of Kazakhstan to the Koi-Tash village in Kyrgyzstan,” said Deputy Minister of Defence of Kazakhstan Okas Saparov during the presentation of the bill.

The agreement defines the competent authorities, the procedure for delivery of military equipment, customs clearance procedures and the procedure for crossing state borders by military personnel engaged in the delivery of military equipment.

“As you know on the territory of the Middle East and Afghanistan there are developing processes that represent a real threat to the Central Asian region. In this regard, the provision of military-technical assistance will strengthen the capabilities of the Armed Forces of the Kyrgyz Republic [to respond] to these threats and strengthen the security of the Central Asian region,” added Saparov.

According to Kazakh Senate member Mukhtar Altynbayev, three million ammunition units will be transferred to the Kyrgyz side.

“We are passing the three million ammunitions. We have more than a billion of them. … They must be utilised, but now they will be used,” he added.

http://www.armyrecognition.com/march_2016_global_defense_security_news_industry/kazakhstan_to_provide_free_military-technical_assistance_to_kyrgyzstan_31003162.html

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