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MessageSujet: Re: Armée Indienne / Indian Armed Forces   Mar 14 Fév - 10:52

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Indian Air force expresses interest in acquiring six more C-17 planes: Boeing


SINGAPORE: The Indian Air force has expressed interest in acquiring six more C-17 heavy lift transport aircraft, in addition to a contract for 10, the US defence giant Boeing said today.

"Indian Air Force has expressed for six more C-17s," Paul Lewis, Director of International Communications for Defence, Space and Security said.

Five of the 10 aircraft will be delivered by next year and the other five in 2014, he said. The deal for supplying ten C-17 aircraft is USD 4.1 billion.

Boeing was also set to deliver first of the maritime petrol airplane, Poseidon P8-I, early next year to the Indian Navy, he told PTI at the Singapore Airshow being held from February 14 to 19. The P8-1 contract is worth USD 2.1 billion.

The Navy also has option to order four more of the P8-1, anti-submarine and maritime surveillance aircraft in addition to the 8-unit contract.

These are Boeing's current contracts with India, a defence hardware market worth USD 30 billion for the coming years, added Mark E Kronenberg, vice-president for International business development for Integrated Defence Systems during briefing of the group's Indian market plans.

"Boeing is also negotiating to supply 22 AH64 Apache helicopters and 15 CH 47 Chinook helicopters, the Boeing officials said. The Chinook contract is at industrial proposal discussion stage which includes modification to the helicopters to Indian specification," said Lewis.

Elaborating on Boeing's interest in Indian defence hardware investment, Kronenberg said his group was exploring all potential opportunities in the Indian market.

This includes Sabre warfare system and maritime surveillance systems.

"Additionally, we are also to provide support services and training," he said.




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MessageSujet: Re: Armée Indienne / Indian Armed Forces   Mar 14 Fév - 20:31




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MessageSujet: Re: Armée Indienne / Indian Armed Forces   Jeu 16 Fév - 13:10

C'est demain que l'Inde introduira le premier Mi17V5 à ses forces aériennes.

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MessageSujet: Re: Armée Indienne / Indian Armed Forces   Ven 17 Fév - 3:50

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Succès pour le système antimissile Advanced Air Defence indien



Étant donné que le Pakistan et la Chine sont deux pays dotés de missiles balistiques pouvant emporter des charges nucléaires, l’Inde est en train de développer des systèmes antimissile.

Ainsi, le Prithvi Air Defence (PAD), encore appelé Pradyumna Ballistic Missile Interceptor, est censé détruire des engins balistiques évoluant à une altitude maximale de 80 km. Pour sa mise au point, l’Inde a reçu le soutien d’Israël, notamment pour le développement du Swordfish Long Range Tracking Radar (LRTR), lequel est inspiré du radar « Green Pine » utilisé pour le système Hetz-2 (ou Arrow-2) israélien.

Le second niveau de la défense antimissile indienne doit reposer sur l’Advanced Air Defence (AAD), qui utilise un missile intercepteur de 7,5 mètres de long pour une masse de 1,2 tonne, capable de détruire un cible à une altitude pouvant aller jusqu’à 30 km.

Et le septième et dernier essai de ce système, réalisé le 10 février dernier, s’est correctement déroulé, ce qui n’a pas toujours été le cas, comme en mars 2010, où la cible fut manquée par le missile intercepteur.

Le test de la semaine passée a consisté à lancer depuis Chandipour un missile Prithvi modifié afin de simuler une attaque balistique. L’engin a été suivi par radar avant d’être détruit quelques minutes plus tard, à 15 km d’altitude, par le missile intercepteur de l’AAD qui, tiré depuis l’île de Wheeler, dans l’État d’Orissa, est équipé d’un système de navigation inertielle ainsi que d’un radar de suivi.

A l’issue de cet essai, le directeur de la DRDO (Defence Research & Development Organisation), l’organisme qui développe les systèmes antimissiles indiens, a déclaré que l’AAD est désormais prêt à être déployé. Cepenandant, aucun plan officiel allant dans ce sens n’a encore été annoncé.

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MessageSujet: Re: Armée Indienne / Indian Armed Forces   Ven 17 Fév - 4:43

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Navy UAV crashes near Vizag


VISAKHAPATNAM: An Indian Navy unmanned aerial vehicle (UAV) crashed into a hill at Ganesh Nagar near Gajuwaka RTC depot on Thursday afternoon with residents in the area which is close to Eastern Naval Command (ENC) grateful that a major tragedy had been averted.

Several factories, like HPCL, Coromandel and Zinc are located in the vicinity but no loss of life or property has been reported.

The accident occurred between 2.30-3 pm when Israeli-origin searcher, MK II UAV, was returning to base following a sortie which, rumours suggest, was flown to reconnoitre Maoist stronghold areas as part of Operation Green Hunt.

This is the second time that a Navy aircraft has crashed in the last two years. In February 2010, a Chetak helicopter crashed into Sarada river between Anakapalle and Tummapala, 55 km from here. The pilot was killed and three officers were injured in the incident.

There was a big explosion seconds after the UAV crashed and the aircraft was reduced to ashes within minutes of hitting the hill. Thankfully, the accident site was 150 metres away from a densely populated slum that is situated on the hillside.

Within half-an-hour of the crash, two Navy choppers appeared overhead to conduct an aerial survey. The ENC personnel recovered the black box from the accident site. Sources said that the UAV belonged to the southern command. The MK II tactical aircraft is used for surveillance, target acquisition, reconnaissance and damage assessment. "UAVs are used by the Navy during exercises and operational deployments," a defence expert said.

About 5,000 people gathered at the spot soon after the crash. "I came out of my house after hearing a loud explosion to see smoke rising from the hill," Mallikarjuna Rao, a resident of Ganesh Nagar, said. The Navy has ordered an inquiry into the circumstances which led to the crash.
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MessageSujet: Re: Armée Indienne / Indian Armed Forces   Ven 17 Fév - 6:25

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MessageSujet: Re: Armée Indienne / Indian Armed Forces   Ven 17 Fév - 15:01

c´est quoi les plaques add? scratch
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MessageSujet: Re: Armée Indienne / Indian Armed Forces   Ven 17 Fév - 15:13

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MessageSujet: Re: Armée Indienne / Indian Armed Forces   Ven 17 Fév - 15:37

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c´est quoi les plaques add? scratch
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ca se monte sur tout les mi-17 meme premiere generation

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MessageSujet: Re: Armée Indienne / Indian Armed Forces   Sam 18 Fév - 11:47

merci les amis Like a Star @ heaven

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MessageSujet: Re: Armée Indienne / Indian Armed Forces   Lun 20 Fév - 10:42

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India to Buy 71 More Russian Helicopters

The Indian Air Force (IAF) is planning to procure 71 more Mi-17 V5 helicopters, including 12 for the Ministry of Home Affairs, the Business Standard daily reported on Monday.

These would be in addition to the 80 already ordered from Russia.

Of the 71 helicopters to be ordered, 59 would be provided to the IAF for replacing its old Mi-8 and Mi-17IV choppers and six would go to the Border Security Force.

The remaining six would be distributed among the other central armed police forces, IAF officials said.

On Thursday the IAF put into service the first batch of 80 Mi-17V-5 tactical transport helicopters under a $1.3 billion deal.


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MessageSujet: Re: Armée Indienne / Indian Armed Forces   Lun 20 Fév - 12:53

le client doit etre tres satisfait de la bete,pour quelque 17M$/unité faut en profiter

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MessageSujet: Re: Armée Indienne / Indian Armed Forces   Mar 21 Fév - 6:15

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Le sous-marin nucléaire russe Nerpa arrivera en Inde fin mars


Le sous-marin nucléaire russe Nerpa, loué à la marine indienne, arrivera au port de Visakhapatnam, en Inde, le 30 ou le 31 mars, a indiqué à RIA Novosti une source au sein du ministère indien de la Défense.

"Nous attendons l'arrivée du sous-marin en Inde le 30 ou le 31 mars", a indiqué la source.

Selon l'interlocuteur de l'agence, le sous-marin nucléaire a déjà mis le cap sur le port de Visakhapatnam, dans le golfe du Bengale.

"Le sous-marin effectuera une partie de son trajet en surface", a ajouté la source.

Le sous-marin Nerpa est occupé et dirigé par un équipage indien entrainé en Russie et assisté par des spécialistes navals russes.

Le Nerpa est loué à la marine indienne pour une période initiale de 10 ans. La location coûtera environ 920 millions de dollars au gouvernement indien.

Le Nerpa devait initialement être remis à l'Inde en 2008, la livraison ayant toutefois été reportée suite à une série de problèmes techniques. Lors des premiers essais en mer en novembre 2008, le déclenchement involontaire du système anti-incendie à base de fréon, un gaz extrêmement toxique, a tué, à bord du Nerpa, vingt personnes, dont des militaires. Après les réparations nécessaires, le submersible a passé tous les tests avec succès, selon le ministère russe de la Défense.
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MessageSujet: Re: Armée Indienne / Indian Armed Forces   Mer 22 Fév - 18:08

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MessageSujet: Re: Armée Indienne / Indian Armed Forces   Ven 24 Fév - 6:39

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Mirage 2000 fighter plane crashes in MP, pilots eject

A Mirage 2000 fighter aircraft of the Indian Air Force (IAF) today crashed near Bhind in Madhya Pradesh soon after taking off from an air base in Gwalior but both the pilots managed to eject.

The Mirage 2000 aircraft was on a routine training sortie when it developed a snag in the engine and crashed near Bhind district, an IAF spokesperson said in Delhi.

He said the two pilots in the aircraft had managed to eject and search and rescue operations have been launched to locate them.

The IAF has ordered a court of inquiry (CoI) to ascertain the reasons behind the crash.

The Air Force operates a fleet of 51 Mirage aircraft from the Maharajpura air base in Gwalior.

These aircraft started getting inducted into the IAF in the mid-80s and have had a very good flight safety record, the spokesperson said.

The IAF has also recently signed two deals worth over USD 3.2 billion for upgrading the capabilities of the Mirage 2000 with French companies Dassault, Thales and MBDA.

This is the second crash involving an IAF aircraft this year. A Kiran MK II trainer plane had crashed in Chennai on January 30.

In this financial year, this is the eighth crash of a fighter aircraft of which most were from the MiG 21 series.

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MessageSujet: Re: Armée Indienne / Indian Armed Forces   Ven 24 Fév - 13:22

a comme même sa devient beaucoup trop ces craches chez eux

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MessageSujet: Re: Armée Indienne / Indian Armed Forces   Sam 25 Fév - 10:36

L'Inde est connu pour ces crashes a repetition,la faute incombe a une volonté de priviliegée le nombre de chasseur,bombardier ou autres aux detriment de l'aquisition de jet d'ecole. La formation et l'entretien courant des mecannos est negliger.
Ceci etait valable il y a quelques années ,maintenant avec l'aquisition de chasseurs plus moderne ,SU 30 et peut etre Rafale la donne va (doit) changer ,le prix de ces aeronefs etant elevé (et aussi le pilote.),l'Inde ne peut laisser continuer dans cette voie.
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MessageSujet: Re: Armée Indienne / Indian Armed Forces   Sam 25 Fév - 17:25

le mois de mai, le porte avion indien en réparation dans la grand RUSSIE va faire la premiere sortie au large. le porte avion a recu 3 brins d'arret.
le porte avion de chine n'a pas les brins d'arret, la Grand RUSSIE refuse de les vendre à la chine.
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MessageSujet: Re: Armée Indienne / Indian Armed Forces   Sam 25 Fév - 17:40

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Quelle Modernisation ?

Au total se sera donc 51 Mirage 2000 H qui seront modernisés au sein de l’Indian Air Force (IAF). L’objectif technique de cette modernisation comprend une mise à niveau des Mirage 2000 au standard -5 /II avec l’adjonction de la nouvelle version du radar RDY-3, un cockpit numérique compatible avec de jumelle de vision nocturne. L’avion recevra une liaison Link16 couplée à un système de données tactiques JTIDS. L’Inde a également négocié l’acquisition d’un viseur de casque. Question armement, la France fournira la dernière génération de missile MICA doté d’autodirecteur à infrarouge et à guidage radar. L’appareil pourra également emporter divers types de bombes lui permettant une allonge en matière d’attaque au sol.

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MessageSujet: Re: Armée Indienne / Indian Armed Forces   Lun 27 Fév - 13:18

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Navy's Tejas fighter revs for take-off

The Indian Navy has signalled strong support to the naval version of the Tejas Light Combat Aircraft (LCA), even before the indigenous fighter makes its first flight next month. In New Delhi, on Wednesday, the defence ministry’s apex Defence Acquisition Council (DAC) sanctioned the building of eight Naval LCA aircraft by Hindustan Aeronautics Limited (HAL).

“The eight fighters will be a mix of single-seat fighters and twin-seat trainers. The money for these has also been allocated,” says a senior Ministry of Defence official who was at the DAC meeting.

The Rs 3,650 crore Naval LCA programme was sanctioned in March 2003. Two prototypes are almost complete, the first a twin-seat trainer and the second a single-seat fighter. The eight fighters sanctioned on Wednesday are “Limited Series Production” or LSP fighters. These will be used for flight-testing, a painstaking process that could last two years or more. Once flight-testing is completed, HAL will establish a full-scale production line.


The Naval LCA is a crucial cog in the navy’s expansion and, therefore, in India’s increasingly visible maritime strategy. It is designed to fly from an aircraft carrier, a floating airfield that can project Indian power across the oceans. India has already bought Russian MiG-29K medium fighters to equip the INS Vikramaditya (formerly the Gorshkov) an aircraft carrier acquired from Russia. But another two (and possibly three) indigenous Vikrant-class aircraft carriers being built at Cochin Shipyard Ltd will field the Naval LCA, along with a medium fighter.

With the first of these, INS Vikrant, at an advanced stage of construction in Kochi, the navy is keen that development of the Naval LCA proceeds alongside. Earlier this month, the normally soft-spoken navy chief, Admiral Nirmal Verma, publicly criticised the Aeronautical Development Agency (ADA oversees the LCA programme) for placing the Naval LCA programme on the back burner, while focusing on the air force version of the Tejas.

The admiral’s words have goaded HAL into action. Business Standard has been told that the Naval LCA will take to the air in March, a landmark event for the navy.

“The Naval LCA will definitely fly in March. We are doing ground runs and starting low-speed taxi trials, in which the fighter rolls on the runway under its own power. Then we will do some high-speed taxi trials, in which the fighter will accelerate to take-off speed; but when its nose lifts off the ground, we will slow down without actually taking off. Only after that will the first flight actually take place,” says PV Deshmukh, HAL’s officiating CMD.

The Rs 10,397 crore air force Tejas project has obtained initial operational clearance (IOC), and will soon join the IAF’s fleet. But the Naval Tejas presents additional design challenges, such as being able to take off from an aircraft carrier’s ski-jump after accelerating for just 200 metres. Even more challenging are repeated carrier deck landings, in which a hook on the aircraft snags on an “arrestor cable” on the deck, forcing the aircraft to a standstill in just 90 metres. These landings, in which the fighter slams into the carrier deck at more than 7 metres per second, are often described as “controlled crashes.”

The navy and ADA will extensively test the Naval LCA on land before venturing onto an aircraft carrier at sea. A Shore-Based Test Facility (SBTF) has been created in Goa, which replicates the dimensions and conditions of a carrier deck, including the arrestor and gear that brings the aircraft to a quick halt; and the optical landing system that allows the pilot to “aim” his fighter at the arrestor wire spread out on the carrier deck. After extensive SBTF testing, the Naval LCA will face the crucial challenge of landing and taking off from an actual aircraft carrier.

The navy’s two prototypes and eight LSP fighters will be powered by General Electric GE F-404 engines. Meanwhile, ADA has selected the more advanced and powerful GE F-414 engine for the LCA Mark II. This engine will also power future Naval LCAs. With 15 per cent more thrust, the GE F-414 will be useful in taking off from an aircraft carrier deck.
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MessageSujet: Re: Armée Indienne / Indian Armed Forces   Mar 28 Fév - 7:55

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Green signal for MRMR aircraft for the Indian Navy



February 27, 2012 at 15:08




The Indian defence ministry has sanctioned the proposal put forward by the Indian Navy, to purchase nine technologically advanced versions of the Medium Range Maritime Reconnaissance (MRMR) aircrafts.




The proposed deal is estimated to cost the defence ministry around INR 50 billion. The new additions will come in handy for the Indian Navy, which had finalized a similar deal for the even more expensive Long Range Maritime Reconnaissance (MRMR) aircrafts in 2009. The deal with the Boeing Defense, Space & Security for the purchase of eight Boeing P-8 Poseidon aircrafts was finalized in 2009. The deal is worth around INR 150 billion (USD 3.1 billion) and the delivery is expected to be complete by the year 2015. A follow up offer for another four P-8 aircrafts is likely to be made.

AK Antony, the defence minister of India, gave his approval for the MRMR deal last week through the Defence Acquisitions Council, which is chaired by him. A number of global aircraft and defence companies, including heavyweights like Boeing, Lockheed Martin, Saab AB, Dassault Aviation, Embraer SA, and the European Aeronautic Defence and Space Company (EADS) are in contention for the huge contract.

MRMR aircrafts are similar to the LRMR in design, and have embedded radars, with the capacity to monitor airspace and marine surface for a distance of up to 600 kilometres (350 miles). They are armed with short to medium range missiles, and torpedoes, which can come in handy during various anti-warship and anti-submarine operations. The aircrafts will give the Indian Navy a huge boost in terms of marine patrolling capacity.

The Indian navy has divided the marine surveillance grid of India in to three regions. The P-8 Poseidons will be used for patrolling the outermost section. Dornier Flugzeugwerke aircrafts, along with the Israeli designed IAI Searcher and IAI Heron (Machatz-1) will patrol the innermost sector. The MRMR drones will fill the gap between the two.

Indian Navy has been boosting its surveillance and defence capacity in the last few years, triggered partially by the hijacking of several Indian ships by the pirates in Somalia and Malacca Strait. A number of deals have been made during the period, boosting the number of ships and other equipment which can be used for marine patrol. But constant surveillance can be a headache for the Navy, which has to guard the 3,370 mile long Indian coastline, from illegal poaching and smuggling. The Indian EEZ (Exclusive Economic Zone) is estimated cover an area of 200,000 sq.kms.

The navy aims to buy naval aviation equipment worth $17 billion over the next few years. Contracts worth $5.6 billion has been signed and awarded already. There is another one and a half dozen projects, which are in various stages of finalizing. These contracts are estimated to cost the Navy around $3.6 billion.

The Navy is planning to operate the refurbished former Soviet aircraft carrier, INS Vikramaditya (Admiral Gorschkov) as early as this year end. Another Vikrant class aircraft carrier is under construction and is expected to enter the service soon. A defence deal for the purchase of 45 Mikoyan MiG-29K multirole fighter jets is almost finalized with Russia, and is estimated to be worth some $2 billion. The jets will operate from both the aircraft carriers.

The navy is also planning to replace the Sikorsky SH-3 Sea King helicopters, which were inducted in to the navy many decades ago. Authorities are planning to buy a total of 90 multirole helicopters, which can be used for both air warfare and rescue operations. Sikorsky Aircraft Corporation is the frontrunner to grab the deal with its S-70 Firehawk, but the NH90 military helicopter, which is designed by the NHIndustries (NHI), is expected to give them a run for their money.
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MessageSujet: Re: Armée Indienne / Indian Armed Forces   Mar 28 Fév - 9:07

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MessageSujet: Re: Armée Indienne / Indian Armed Forces   Mer 29 Fév - 6:57

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India To Probe Helo Contract With Italy



New Delhi – India’s agreement to purchase 12 helicopters from Italy is likely to be investigated in India after reports from Rome suggested irregularities in the contract. The Italian defense firm, however, has denied the allegations.

Reports in Italian daily newspaper la Repubblica suggest prosecutors have started checking into allegations of corruption against state-backed major defense contractor Finmeccanica’s dealings, including the 35.46 billion rupee ($720 million) contract with India.

Indian Defense Minister A.K. Antony, concerned over the reports, has ordered an inquiry into whether corruption was involved in the procurement of the helicopters from Finmeccanica subsidiary AgustaWestland, a senior defense ministry official said over the weekend.

India signed the contract with AgustaWestland in February 2010 to buy 12 AW101 helicopters, mainly to be used by the president, prime minister and other top government functionaries. The AW101 was selected over Sikorsky’s S-92 Super Hawk.

Finmeccanica on Feb. 27 declared that “AgustaWestland is not involved in any irregularity concerning the supply of helicopters in India.

“No notice related to the purported investigations has been served to companies and officers of the Finmeccanica Group neither in Italy, nor in India,” the company says in a statement.

La Repubblica reported a senior company official had told prosecutors that slush funds were generated after a sudden escalation of price by €10 million ($13.4 million) in 2010.

But Finmeccanica further declared that “the companies of the group have adopted organizations and ethical codes in line with regulations and best practices, aimed at preventing and banning any conducts not responding to proper management standards.”

The AW101s are supposed to replace India’s aging fleet of Russian-made Mi-8 helicopters. Delivery of the first batch is due this year and the entire fleet by 2013.

Another subsidiary of Finmeccanica, Selex Sistemi Integrati, recently inked a €10 million contract with India’s state-owned Cochin Shipyard Ltd. for the delivery of the air surveillance naval radar RAN 40L and IFF radar for the country’s indigenous aircraft carrier INS Vikrant.

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DCNS India Delivers the First Locally Produced Scorpene Submarines Equipments


17:11 GMT, February 28, 2012 Mumbai | The delivery, managed by DCNS India, was achieved on time, meeting all the stringent quality standards required for on-board use on a submarine (100% quality compliance).

The shipyard Mazagon Dock Limited (MDL) has received the first Indian made equipment for the Scorpene submarines programme (P75). MDL has congratulated this successful industrial performance during the recently held Government to Government (G2G) meeting between India and France.

MDL is producing six SSK Scorpene submarines (P75) under transfer of technology (ToT) from DCNS. Simultaneously, DCNS India*, DCNS Group’s subsidiary in India, is working at the selection and qualification of Indian companies as partners for local production of the Scorpenes’ equipments.

In June 2011, DCNS India has signed a contract with Flash Forge India Pvt. Ltd. under the Scorpene submarines programme (P75). “We are providing our Indian partners with know-how and technical assistance to manufacture equipments which will be installed onboard the Scorpenes. Together with MDL, we are qualifying the suitable companies which are meeting the rigorous specifications needed for the submarines”, reminded Bernard Buisson, Managing Director of DCNS India.

The Factory Acceptance Test (FAT) for the first locally made Scorpenes’ equipment (for the large scale piping system) was successfully performed at Flash Forge premises in Vishakapatnam in January 2012.

The success of the manufacture and delivery of this first indigenisation contract with Flash Forge India Pvt. Ltd. is the culmination of a long and stringent process, involving:
• Preliminary audits of the manufacturing and quality processes, performed by experts from DCNS France;
• Certification of the prototypes to three different laboratories, including a DCNS laboratory for Naval Material and Structures, in order to validate the good manufacturing of the equipment;
• Frequent interactions between Flash Forge and DCNS teams during the manufacturing process.

This delivery is especially significant since the quality of each equipment onboard submarines contribute to the overall safety of the crew on board and of the ship performance. Flash Forge has already proven experiences in forgings and pipe fittings with MDL and other Indian shipyards. Today, through the participation in the P75 Scorpene submarines, higher standards of qualifications have been achieved.

Bernard Buisson said, “Given the relative small quantities of each material to be manufactured, DCNS is looking for long term partnerships. And each potential industrial partner needs to demonstrate a willingness to invest in the required specific infrastructure development. We are very pleased with commitment shown by Flash Forge”.

The same comprehensive selection method is under way for other equipments and more contracts with Indian partners will be announced shortly.


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India plans war games near Pakistan border

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India plans war games near Pakistan border

* 20,000 Indian troops to conduct mock war drills in Rajasthan

* Army says exercise will be one of the largest manoeuvres

NEW DELHI: An official on Monday said the Indian military is to conduct one of its largest mock war drills – involving 20,000 troops – close to Pakistan’s border.
Army spokesman Colonel Jagdeep Dahiya told AFP that the manoeuvres, named Shoorveer or Brave Warrior, which will also involve 200 Russian-made tanks, are due to begin in the deserts of India’s state of Rajasthan next month.

“The exercise will be one of the largest manoeuvres conducted so far,” he said, adding that latest warplanes will also be used in the drills, which are scheduled to end in May.
In a separate statement the military said tanks, frontline combat vehicles, artillery, helicopters, fighter jets, drones, air-defence weapons and military radars will all be part of the exercise.

Another military source said the event would be held less than 200 kilometres from the highly militarised border with Pakistan, with which India has fought three wars since 1947.

Dahiya dismissed fears the exercise – to be conducted by an elite military corps raised only for cross-border assault – would crank up tensions between New Delhi and Islamabad.

“We do inform Pakistan in advance whenever such large-scale exercises are conducted by us,” the army colonel added.

New Delhi froze peace talks started in 2004 with Islamabad following attacks in Mumbai in 2008 by gunmen India says came from Pakistan. The assault left 166 people dead.

The slow-moving peace dialogue resumed early last year with cross visits by officials to India and Pakistan.

The two South Asian adversaries carried out tit-for-tat nuclear detonations in 1998 and declared themselves as nuclear-armed states.
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