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MessageSujet: Re: Armée Indienne / Indian Armed Forces   Jeu 9 Oct - 16:01

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Bids for AN-32 upgrade likely by month end


Nagpur: The Indian Air Force (IAF) hopes to receive tenders by end of this month in its second bid to rope in private players for upgradation of the aging fleet of AN-32 transport aircraft purchased from erstwhile USSR.

In a first, IAF last year had invited bids from private parties for upgradation of AN-32 transport and MiG-29 fighter aircraft. However, when the bids were received, only a si gle tender was received for the AN-32s though a few major players had initially shown interest.

"We needed to change certain aspects related to the conditions and invited fresh bids again, which are expected to be received by end of this month," said Air Marshal P Kanakraj, Air Officer Commanding-in-Chief of IAF's maintenance command based at Nagpur. He was addressing a press conference on the occasion of Air Force day. The process for MiG 29s is on track with the commercial bids expected be opened soon, he said.

The idea was to use the resources of the base repair depots (BRDs) under the maintenance command and get the work done from private players.

After USSR split, the manufacturer of AN-32s is now in Ukraine. According to the arrangement, the manufacturer had upgraded 40 aircraft but IAF has over 100 of them. As there were certain issues related to the upgradation of the rest, IAF decided to do it on its own. As much as 95% of the spares required for the aircraft have now been indigenized. With bids being finalized, it is expected that the country may, within a couple of months, be self-sufficient with this fleet, added a source.

Meanwhile Kanakraj added that indigenization was going on in full swing for other spares also. However, as far as the maintenance command is concerned, the focus was on indigenization of spares and consumables for the aircraft and other systems, rather than making a new weapons system, he said. A plan of upgrading the BRDs was also being considered by the ministry of defence, he added.
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MessageSujet: Re: Armée Indienne / Indian Armed Forces   Ven 10 Oct - 15:50

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India's 1st indigenous aircraft carrier taking shape at Kochi


India's first indigenous aircraft carrier was taking shape in the Cochin Shipyard Limited at Kochi, one of the nine Defence PSUs in the country, where 85 per cent of the work relating to its hull are complete, a senior official said here today.

"Around 85 per cent of the hull is complete and 90 per cent of the fabrication is over. 85 per cent of the erection has been over," Commodore K Subramaniam (Retd), CSL Chairman and Managing Director told reporters on the sidelines of a function organised by the CII.

Interacting with journalists in the sidelines of a CII- organised conference on 'Approach to Integrated Maritime Systems' here, he said many elements of innovations were being incorporated in the building of the aircraft carrier.

"For instance, the Navy wanted a 14 degree ski-jump in the foxle of the ship for easy taking off of fighter planes, for which a big piece of iron had to be welded, which was also trimming down the ship to the front.

"We have employed a big piece of iron in the hull area, which will function as a buoyant, which has made the keel of the hull float horizontally. Likewise, we have made many innovations in the building."

Replying to a query, he said the degree of indigenous equipment in the aircraft carrier was very high, barring the aviation, for which the county was dependent on Russia. "We can say around 80 per cent of the ship is indigenous."

Elaborating on the localisation, he said that the metal sheets used for the building of the ship was designed by the Hyderabad-based Defence Research Development Laboratory and production was being done by Steel Authority of India Limited (SAIL).

CSL was looking to focus on ship repair industry, Subramaniam said.

"We are also focusing on ship repair, which is a USD 12 billion or Rs 60,000 crore industry across the globe. But in India it is a less than Rs 1,000 crore. We are investing in 40 acre land of the port in Kochi with an investment of Rs 480 crore," he said.

Commenting on the growth of the ship building in India, he said that there were many obstacles including the taxing, which posed major challenges to the industry.

"Right now, it would be easy for the Shipping Corporation of India to buy ships from abroad than get it from us, since it would involve a lot of taxes. These challenges have to be overcome with a comprehensive maritime shipping policy, which would provide the blue print for all the challenges facing the industry," Subramaniam added.
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MessageSujet: Re: Armée Indienne / Indian Armed Forces   Lun 13 Oct - 9:50

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Modi approves 262 Israeli Barak-I missiles for navy

Monday, October 13, 2014 - Islamabad—India’s Prime Minister Narendra Modi has given final approval to the purchase of 262 Israeli Barak-I missiles for Indian Navy which will provide further boost to its growing capabilities.

According to a report reaching here, the decision was made early this month by the Indian Cabinet Committee on Security headed by Prime Minister Modi.

The decision is considered a major breakthrough in stalled Indo-Israeli defence ties after series of bribery accusations against pro-Israeli officials of former government and defence high ups in India.

The new deal is expected to cost more than $144 million and may pave the way for further defence contract with Israel.

According to insiders the delivery of Israeli Barak missile will begin as of 2015 and about fourteen Indian Naval ships are expected to be fitted with the Barak-1.

Indo-Israeli defence deals faced a set-back when India’s Central Bureau of Investigation began investigating charges against Israeli firms, IAI and Rafael regarding the supply of Barak-1 missiles, in a deal struck by the then BJP-led NDA government in 2000. Later the then Indian Defence Minister George Fernandes, retired Naval Chief Admiral Sushil Kumar, and a number of others were involved in the scandal. But later it was revealed that the deal was signed by Fernandes over the objections of the government’s scientific advisor and former Indian President A.P.J Abdul Kalam.

Following kickback allegations, India’s Communist Party demanded that India refuse all deals with Israel, and particularly with IAI and later IAI nor Rafael was blacklisted.

However, after Narendra Modi’s government came into power the Corporate lobby became soft towards Israel and finally PM Modi gave approval to the Barak missile contract.

Reports also add that India and Israeli defence contracts have reached an estimated $10 billion worth which included procurement of up to 15 Heron Unmanned Aerial Vehicles (UAVs) from Israel aimed at bolstering the reconnaissance and surveillance capabilities along the borders with Pakistan and China.

During a three-day visit to Israel in early July, India’s Defence Secretary R.K. Mathur is said to have discussed fresh deals to boost electronic capacities following procurement of two Israeli-made Airborne Early Warning and Control Systems.

Israel is also interested to market its Iron Dome air defense system for protection against incoming short and long-range missile but defence experts have questioned the level of success of Iron Dome during recent Hamas rockets into Israel.
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MessageSujet: Re: Armée Indienne / Indian Armed Forces   Mer 15 Oct - 12:41

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IAF Sukhoi 30-MKI on sortie crashes near Pune, no casualty



A Sukhoi 30-MKI fighter plane of the Indian Air Force (IAF) crashed on a farm hardly 200 metres from a human settlement in Kolawadi village near Theur in Pune district on Tuesday evening. No casualties were reported and the two IAF pilots on the plane, who were on a sortie, ejected to safety, sources said.

According to Pune rural police, the plane crashed 200 metres from a settlement of about 20 houses in Undre Vasti, a hamlet in Kolawadi village around 5.30 pm. The noise of the crash drew villagers to the spot. Police teams and IAF officials rushed to the site.

“The pilots ejected near Ashtapur village nearby. We got to know they received minor injuries. After the crash, the nose of the plane was dragged 80 metres towards the settlement but fortunately it did not crash into any human being due which a major tragedy was averted,” said police inspector Chandrakant Jadhav of the Loni Kand police station.

A press release from the IAF spokesperson said, “An IAF Sukhoi 30 fighter aircraft on a training mission crashed at 1741 hours, 20 kilometres from Pune Airbase. Both pilots ejected safely. A court of inquiry has been ordered to investigate the cause.”

Ganesh Undre, a villager said the plane crashed on his sugarcane farm. “My plantation was damaged. However, I feel the sugarcane and soft soil in the farm created a barrier due due to which the plane did not drag much after the crash and halted away from human settlement. Due to it no villager was hurt.”

An IAF team that reached the spot is collecting details to understand the reason behind the crash. Local citizens started crowding the area and to avoid obstruction in IAF work, police teams cordoned off the area.

In a similar incident, a Sukhoi had crashed in Wade Bolai village, 6 km from Wagholi in Pune on December 13, 2011. No casualties were reported then. Wing Commander Suhail and Flight Lieutenant Nautiyal had ejected to safety and they landed in Hargude Vasti, a hamlet of 10 huts in Wade Bolai.
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MessageSujet: Re: Armée Indienne / Indian Armed Forces   Ven 17 Oct - 15:58

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India Successfully Test-Fires Nuclear Capable Cruise Missile Nirbhay


Integrated Missile Test Range, Balasore, Odisha: India today successfully test-fired its potent nuclear-capable cruise missile 'Nirbhay', a state-of-the-art missile developed by the Defence Research and Development Organisation (DRDO).

The test was conducted from the Integrated Missile Test Range in Chandipur, Odisha, days after Cyclone Hudhud hit the state's coastal region. (10 must-know facts about Nirbhay)

Nirbhay (which means fearless) is very manoeuvrable and can fly at tree-top level, making it difficult to detect on radar, and strikes targets more than 700 km away carrying nuclear warheads, giving India the capability to strike deep into enemy territory.

Very soon when India's own satellite navigation fleet is fully deployed, cruise missiles will start using signals from the country's space system.

Unlike other ballistic missiles like the Agni, Nirbhay has a wing and pronounced tail fins. It launches like a missile and in early flight the small wings get deployed. It then flies like an aircraft and can even hover near the target, striking at will from any direction.

On its first flight on March 12, last year, Nirbhay had to be terminated, as it deviated from its course about 20 minutes after launch. As the missile went off its flight trajectory, its engine was cut off to bring it down to ensure coastal safety. It fell near the coast; the DRDO said no one was injured.

The Nirbhay is a sub-sonic cruise missile and gives India the capacity to launch different kinds of payloads at different ranges from various platforms at a very low cost. The missile has a fire-and-forget system that cannot be jammed.

India has had the capability to make ballistic missiles for some time now and has made tactical missiles of different capacity. But it had not mastered a cruise missile yet.

The US had used cruise missiles very effectively during the Gulf War.

The Nirbhay is India's answer to America's Tomahawk and Pakistan's Babur.
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MessageSujet: Re: Armée Indienne / Indian Armed Forces   Mar 21 Oct - 9:14

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Russia offers India 3 additional Talwar class frigates

Russia offered India three additional Project 11356 or Talwar class frigates, after New Delhi made a formal request, Vladimir Spiridopulo, the general director working on this project at the Northern Design Bureau, said. Negotiations have been taking place since this spring, TASS said.
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India to spend $3 billion for 3 more Talwar-class frigates

Russia supplied India with two sets of three Project 11356 frigates, with the last one being the INS Trikand.

“Negotiations on the third set of three frigates have been taking place with the Indian side since this spring. India sent us a request and we presented a proposal in response,” Spiridopulo said. “I cannot talk about all the details of the third set of three frigates,” he added.

Spiridopulo also would not specify which shipyard might be given the order – the first three ships were built in the Baltic Shipyards of St. Petersburg, and the second set in Kaliningrad’s Yantar Shipyards.

The general director of the bureau reported that negotiations are underway for the modernization of the first three Indian Project 11356 frigates, handed over in the early 2000s. “But the contract for the modernization has not been signed yet,” said Spiridopulo.

Speaking about the other areas of military-technical cooperation with India, Spiridopulo said that the Northern Design Bureau is helping to install a combat information and control system, of its own design, on Indian Project 17 destroyers (Kolkata-class). According to him, this system is now being installed on the third ship of this project.

India would be looking for the next frigates to be equipped with BrahMos missiles. The Indian Navy’s existing Project 11356 frigates are not BrahMos-equipped because they were designed before the BrahMos naval variant could be developed.

These ships, a modification of Krivak III class Russian frigates, are designed to carry and operate one heavy duty early warning helicopter which can provide over-the-horizon targeting. The frigates can also have the indigenously built Dhruv light combat helicopter.

The frigate’s efficacy in anti-submarine warfare can be gauged by the fact that its RPK-8 rocket system has a firing range from 600 to 4300 metres and the depth of engagement of up to 1000 metres.

Its combat data system independently generates combat missions based on situation analysis, determines optimal number of missile firings, displays information on the state of ship-borne weaponry and transmits data to protection systems.
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MessageSujet: Re: Armée Indienne / Indian Armed Forces   Mer 22 Oct - 11:41

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New Delhi, Oct 22 (IBNS): Indian Air Force (IAF) on Wednesday has decided to ground its entire "Sukhoi-30 MKI" fleet pending technical reviews after a recent crash took place involving the superior fighter jet

Last week, a Sukhoi-30 MKI had crashed in a field near Pune.

Though the matter is under investigation, but preliminary findings had suggested that it’s not human error, but a technical problem in the fly-by-wire system of the jet as the main cause behind the accident.

"The fleet has been grounded and is undergoing technical checks following the latest accident in Pune. It would be back in air only after a thorough check," IAF spokesperson Wing Commander Simranpal Singh Birdi is quoted by media as saying.

“A Court of Inquiry is in progress to ascertain the actual cause of accident,” he added.

IAF sources said that, each aircraft will go through thorough technical check-up.

Birdi of course, did not specify what specific technical aspects the force is looking into.

This meant, about 200-odd twin engine Su-30s will not be making sorties till they are cleared by the technical review.

It has been learnt that the grounded fleet represent almost a third of the country's fighter fleet.

The IAF is down to 34 combat squadrons, as against an authorised strength of 44. Each squadron has up to 18 fighter planes.

According to IAF, till date SU-30 MKI has been involved in five accidents since 2009 and the fleet has at least been grounded twice earlier.

IAF chief Air Chief Marshal Arup Raha had recently told media persons that the Su-30 fleet was facing certain problems, but he refused to elaborate.

The IAF’s Su-30 fleet has faced a high number of mid-air engine failures during the last two years, said an IAF official.

Sukhoi “Su-30MKI” is a super-maneuverable air superiority fighter developed by Russia's Sukhoi and built under licence by India's Hindustan Aeronautics Limited (HAL) for the Indian Air Force (IAF).
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MessageSujet: Re: Armée Indienne / Indian Armed Forces   Sam 25 Oct - 6:44

http://www.opex360.com/2014/10/24/linde-cloue-au-sol-toute-sa-flotte-davions-de-chasse-su-30-mki/
..trop fort ces russes,aforce de denigrer le Rafale qui lui tient ses promesses ,voilà qu'ils se prennent un retour de baton.........memorable..........
......Et tout bon pour le Rafale ça
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MessageSujet: Re: Armée Indienne / Indian Armed Forces   Sam 25 Oct - 8:30

un rafale monté à la sauce indienne et avec la maintenance indienne aura tout autant de mal à quitté le tarmac, je pense Laughing

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MessageSujet: Re: Armée Indienne / Indian Armed Forces   Lun 27 Oct - 10:35

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Defence ministry clears Israeli anti-tank missile, six submarines

New Delhi : The defence ministry Saturday cleared big ticket defence deals worth Rs.80,000 crore which include Israel's guided anti-tank missile Spike, sources said.

Spike missiles were chosen instead of the US' Javelin missiles, for which Washington had lobbied hard.

India will be buying over 8,000 missiles worth Rs.32,000 crore.

The decision was taken at a meeting of the Defence Acquisition Council (DAC) Saturday which was headed by Defence Minister Arun Jaitley.

According to highly placed sources, the minister said "national security is of paramount concern for the government" and "all hurdles and bottlenecks in procurement process should be addressed expeditiously so that the pace of acquisition is not stymied".

Spike is an Israeli man-portable, 'fire-and-forget' anti-tank guided missile and anti-personnel missile with a tandem-charged heat warhead.

The other proposals cleared by the DAC include manufacturing six conventional submarines worth over Rs.50,000 crore.

The Request for Proposal (RFP) will, however, be open for "compliant yards", ministry sources said.

The government aims at manufacturing all six submarines in the time frame of a year.

These submarines will be Air Independent Propulsion (AIP) capable that will enable them to stay underwater for longer and will have features including stealth and attack cruise missiles.

A committee will be set up by the DAC to decide on the shipyards that will be issued RFPs for these submarines which will study both public and private shipyards over the next 6-8 weeks.

All six submarines will be made in one shipyard.

The navy will also get 12 more Dornier aircraft. These will be built by the Bangalore-based defence public sector unit - Hindustan Aeronautics Limited - at a total cost of Rs.1,850 crore.

Dorniers are used for maritime surveillance and the navy has a fleet of 40 of these aircraft.

The order for production of 363 infantry fighting vehicle BMP-2 for army units from the Ordinance Factory Board has also been approved.

Another army proposal worth Rs.662 crore for buying radio relay containers has also been approved.

It also includes acquiring 1,768 critical rolling stock - open and closed wagons for transport of military equipment at a cost of Rs.740 crore.
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MessageSujet: Re: Armée Indienne / Indian Armed Forces   Mar 28 Oct - 11:03

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HAL Nashik completes upgrade of first IAF Su-30 MKI aircraft

Hindustan Aeronautics Limited (HAL) has successfully completed the upgrade of first Su-30MKI multi-role combat aircraft at its facility in Nashik, Maharashtra, India.

The company test pilots will now fly the aircraft to validate its performance before handing it over to the Indian Air Force (IAF) next month, as reported by Business Standard.

According to HAL officials, domestic upgrade costs far less than the amount charged by the original equipment manufacturers (OEMs), which is typically 35%-40% of the cost of a new aircraft.

Former IAF logistics specialist wing commander Neelu Khatri said: "OEMs usually price new fighters reasonably, but make their money by charging heavily for repair and overhaul.

"Establishing overhaul capability in India defeats this pricing strategy."

An Indian Defence Ministry official said: "Nashik is the world's only overhaul facility for the Su-30MKI.

"Potentially, it could get overhaul orders from countries like Vietnam, Malaysia, Algeria, etc, which fly variants of the Su-30."

Leveraging its expertise in Su-30MKI production, HAL Nashik is now domestically manufacturing 31,500 of the 43,000 components that are integrated into the fighter jet, in addition partially indigenising its AL-31FP engines, which are built in Koraput, Odisha, India.

HAL Nashik facility chief S Subrahmanyan said: "More than 51% of the Su-30MKI by value is currently made in India, a little more than the 49% agreed with Russia in the contract signed in 2000 to build 140 fighters in India."

As of August 2014, IAF had 200 Su-30MKIs in service, with each set to undergo upgrade after flying 1,500 hours or 14 years, whichever is earlier.

Subrahmanyan said: "The MoD has sanctioned an overhaul capacity of 15 fighters per year; next year, we will overhaul ten to 12 fighters and then stabilise at 15 fighters annually.

"We have already approached the MoD to step up capacity to 30 fighters per year, which will cater for our requirements into the 2030s."

Of the 30 Su-30MKIs that will be upgraded each year, HAL will modernise 20, while the remaining ten would be overhauled at an IAF base repair depot.

Developed by Sukhoi Design Bureau, the Su-30MKI is a long-range air superiority fighter designed to conduct a wide-range of air combat and ground-attack missions in all weather conditions

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MessageSujet: Re: Armée Indienne / Indian Armed Forces   Mar 28 Oct - 14:19

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Safran crée une coentreprise en Inde pour la maintenance des moteurs d'avions militaires

Par Elodie Vallerey - Publié le 28 octobre 2014, à 14h16


Le 28 octobre, la société Snecma (groupe Safran) a annoncé la création d'une coentreprise avec la société indienne Max Aerospace. Elle sera spécialisée dans les services de maintenance, de réparation et de révision de moteurs d'avions en Inde.

Le groupe français d'aéronautique et de défense Safran, via sa filiale Snecma, renforce sa présence en Inde. Dans un communiqué, il annonce la signature d'un accord, le 21 octobre, pour la création d'une coentreprise avec la société d'ingénierie de défense indienne Max Aerospace.

La future entité, Max Aero Engines Private Limited (MAEPL), sera spécialisée dans le MRO (maintenance aéronautique) des moteurs des appareils de l'armée de l'air indienne, dont celle des moteurs Snecma M53 de la soixantaine d'avions de combat Mirage 2000 de Dassault Aviation qui constitue sa flotte.

le mirage 2000 et bientôt le rafale ?

Safran est présent industriellement en Inde depuis près de 60 ans, précise le groupe dans le communiqué, et y emploie 2 600 personnes. C'est sa plus forte présence en Asie.

Un ancrage en propre et par le biais de partenariats industriels avec les groupes d'aéronautique locaux qui pourrait se renforcer avec la signature d'un contrat très attendu : celui actuellement en négociation entre New Delhi et le français Dassault Aviation pour la fourniture de 126 avions de combat Rafale à l'armée indienne, qui ferait de l'Inde le premier pays à acheter le chasseur à l'export.


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MessageSujet: Re: Armée Indienne / Indian Armed Forces   Mar 28 Oct - 14:43

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Inde: Airbus Defence et Tata font une offre conjointe pour l'armée
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Airbus Defence and Space, filiale d'Airbus Group, et la division défense et aéronautique du groupe indien Tata, Tata Advanced Systems (TASL), ont remis une offre conjointe pour le remplacement de la flotte indienne d'appareils de transport militaire Avro par des Airbus C-295.
"Au total, 56 Avro doivent être remplacés. Si l'appel d'offre est remporté, Airbus Defence and Space fournira les 16 premiers exemplaires depuis sa propre ligne d'assemblage. Les 40 autres appareils seront fabriqués et assemblés par Tata Advanced Systems en Inde", détaille Airbus Defence and Space dans un communiqué mardi.
"Nous sommes extrêmement contents d'annoncer notre partenariat avec Airbus Defence and Space pour le remplacement des appareils Avro pour l'armée de l'air indienne. C'est une étape majeure pour le développement de la fabrication d'avions en Inde", a commenté Mr S. Ramadorai, président de TASL, soulignant que le conglomérat était prêt à construire entièrement les avions en Inde.
De son côté, le vice-président chargé de la division militaire d'Airbus, Domingo Urena Raso, a estimé que l'avion de transport militaire C-295 était un appareil "extrêmement fiable qui a fait ses preuves dans les conditions opérationnelles les plus difficiles".
Il a rappelé que 19 pays avait déjà commandé cet avion.
Le C-295 de nouvelle génération est un avion de transport à usage civil et militaire approprié aux missions d'aide humanitaire, de sécurité du territoire et de surveillance environnementale.
Avion tactique de taille moyenne qui offre polyvalence et flexibilité pour le transport de personnel, de troupes et de charges volumineuses, il est aussi utilisé pour l'évacuation de blessés, les tâches logistiques et de communication ou le largage aérien.
Le C-295 fait partie de la famille d'appareils d'Airbus Defence and Space, qui comprend également les plates-formes NC212i et CN235 plus petites.

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MessageSujet: Re: Armée Indienne / Indian Armed Forces   Mer 29 Oct - 11:30

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Companies will offer Airbus C295 under new teaming arrangement


Airbus Defence and Space and Tata Advanced Systems (TASL) have submitted a joint bid to replace the Indian Air Force´s fleet of Avro aircraft with the market-leading Airbus C295 medium transport.

The teaming follows a detailed industrial assessment and stringent evaluation of the Indian private aerospace sector by Airbus Defence and Space, which concluded with the selection of Tata Advanced Systems as the Indian Production Agency (IPA) exclusive partner for this prestigious programme.

A total of 56 Avro aircraft are to be replaced. In the event of contract award, Airbus Defence and Space will supply the first 16 aircraft in ‘fly-away’ condition from its own final assembly line. The subsequent 40 aircraft will be manufactured and assembled by Tata Advanced Systems in India. This will include undertaking structural assembly, final aircraft assembly, systems integration and testing, and management of the indigenous supply chain.

Airbus Defence and Space Executive Vice President Military Aircraft, Domingo Ureña Raso, said: “We firmly believe that, in the C295, we have clearly the best aircraft to replace the IAF Avro fleet and, in Tata Advanced Systems, we have secured the cream of the Indian private aerospace sector as our partner for this project.

“The C295 is a superbly reliable and tough aircraft with outstanding economics which is proven in the most difficult operating conditions all over the world. It has already been ordered by 19 countries, many of which have placed repeat orders. And just this year it has dominated the market with orders for no fewer than 20 aircraft from five countries.”

Mr. S. Ramadorai, Chairman,Tata Advanced Systems, said, “We are extremely pleased to announce our partnership with Airbus Defence and Space for the Avro replacement programme for the Indian Air Force. It is a landmark for the development of aircraft manufacturing capability in India, now that Tata Advanced Systems is poised to take this step toward building entire aircraft in India. The selection of Tata Advanced Systems by Airbus demonstrates the confidence that has been built in our ability to undertake this complex programme.”
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MessageSujet: Re: Armée Indienne / Indian Armed Forces   Jeu 30 Oct - 15:29

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Le "super contrat" du Rafale en Inde pourrait être signé avant la fin de l'année

 Par Julien Bonnet -  Publié le 30 octobre 2014


D'après le quotidien "Deccan Chronicle", le projet d'accord encadrant l'achat par l'Inde de 126 Rafale à la France est sur le point d'être finalisé. Le contrat de plusieurs milliards de dollars entre le gouvernement indien et Dassault Aviation pourrait être signé avant la fin de l'année ou début 2015 au plus tard.  

Un cadeau de Noël à plusieurs milliards de dollars. D'après le quotidien "Deccan Chronicle", le projet d'accord encadrant l'achat par l'Inde de 126 Rafale est sur le point d'être finalisé. "Le texte de 15 000 pages est pratiquement prêt", a indiqué une source ce mercredi 29 octobre, précisant que cela représentait une étape décisive dans la signature de ce contrat entre Dassault Aviation, qui produit l'avion de combat multirôles, et le gouvernement du Premier ministre Narendra Modi.

Toujours d'après la source citée par le quotidien, "les négociations progressent bien" et le contrat devrait être signé avant la fin de l'année ou début 2015 au plus tard.

Début septembre, le chef de l'armée de l'air indienne avait indiqué au "Hindustan Times" que l'Inde devrait très prochainement finaliser son accord avec Dassault Aviation. Des propos qui avaient rassuré de nombreux analystes qui craignaient que le "contrat du siècle" n'échappe à l'avionneur français à cause de l'arrivée au pouvoir le 16 mai 2014 du parti nationaliste BJP, qui aurait pu bouleverser le cours des négociations.


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MessageSujet: Re: Armée Indienne / Indian Armed Forces   Ven 31 Oct - 11:51

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St Petersburg enterprise to supply arresting gear for INS Vikrant


October 31, 2014 VPK
The Proletarski Zavod will supply arresting gear and breaking machines for the aircraft carrier that will be commissioned in 2018.



St. Petersburg’s Proletarski Zavod (Proletarian Factory) will supply arresting gears and breaking machines for the under construction INS Vikrant aircraft carrier. The Russian enterprise has already supplied similar equipment for the INS Vikramaditya, Yury Skorikov, the factory’s general director told Tass.

“A contract has been signed with the Indian side. We are making arresting gears for the Vikrant aircraft carrier,” Skorikov said. He added that the enterprise is now considering an agreement on post-guarantee servicing of the arresting gears that are already found in the Vikramaditya since the basic time period of the warranty has already run out.
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“We’ve already put braking machines on the Vikramaditya and are manufacturing them for the Vikrant aircraft carrier. Presumably the breaking machines for the Vikrant will be supplied in 2015,” Skorikov said.

The St. Petersburg enterprise also produces arresting gears for naval aviation pilot training complexes in Yeysk, Russia as well as in the Indian state of Goa. “Four arresting gears were delivered to Yeysk and the first machine has already been installed,” said Skorikov. “Deliveries were completed in 2013. Right now the equipment is being mounted.”

Proletarski Zavod is one of the oldest machine-building enterprises in St Petersburg. It specialises in marine and power engineering. According to its website, ship mechanisms, systems and complexes, that in certain cases do not have any analogues in home industry, are created at the factory.

The INS Vikrant is the first aircraft carrier built in India. The ship was “launched” in 2013 and construction is expected to be completed by 2016. The first ship of the Vikrant class of aircraft carriers is expected to be commissioned in 2018. Work is currently going on in the Cochin Shipyard in the Indian state of Kerala.

The aircraft carrier is 262 metres long and 60 metres wide, and displaces about 40,000 metric tons. The deck will be able to accommodate 30 aircrafts and is expected to host MiG 29K and Tejas aircrafts, as well as Kamov Ka-31 aircrafts. India will keep a squadron of 17 MiG 29s on the INS Vikrant to protect its eastern seaboard. Russia will deliver the second squadron of aircraft meant for the indigenous aircraft carrier by 2015.

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MessageSujet: Re: Armée Indienne / Indian Armed Forces   Lun 3 Nov - 16:44

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Le SNLE indien commencera ses essais à la mer à la fin de l’année


Par Rédacteur en chef.
Publié le 3 novembre 2014, dernière mise à jour le 3 novembre 2014.



Le premier sous-marin nucléaire lanceur d’engins, conçu et construit en Inde, l’INS Arihant, commencera ses essais à la mer vers la fin de l’année.

« L’INS Arihant sera prêt pour ses essais à la mer vers la fin de cette année, » a indiqué un responsable informé des développements concernant le sous-marin.

Une fois les essais terminés, le sous-marin pourra entrer en service. L’Inde aura alors rejoint le club très fermé des pays disposant de SNLE : Etats-Unis, Russie, France, Grande-Bretagne et Chine.

Le réacteur nucléaire de l’INS Arihant, construit avec une assistance russe, est devenu critique l’an dernier. Depuis, le sous-marin effectue des essais à quai à Visakhapatnam, où il a été construit.

Le réacteur du sous-marin a suivi un cycle de montée progressive en puissance. Il a presqu’atteint sa puissance maximale.

Au cours de ses essais à la mer, le sous-marin lancera un missile nucléaire Bo5, d’une portée de 700 km. L’INS Arihant peut emporter 12 missiles de ce type.

Le sous-marin a été lancé en 2009. Il est basé sur le type russe Akula-1. Deux autres sous-marins du même type seraient en construction à Visakhapatnam.

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MessageSujet: Re: Armée Indienne / Indian Armed Forces   Mar 4 Nov - 20:05

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un rafale monté à la sauce indienne et avec la maintenance indienne aura tout autant de mal à quitté le tarmac, je pense Laughing

.....hUM pas sûr ,la flotte de 2000 n'a pas trop subi la loi des migs.....
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MessageSujet: Re: Armée Indienne / Indian Armed Forces   Sam 8 Nov - 0:27

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The Indian Navy Torpedo Recovery Vessel That Sank

http://www.livefistdefence.com/2014/11/the-indian-navy-torpedo-recover-vessel.html

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INS Sindhukirti Adds Another Feather to HSL's Cap

http://www.newindianexpress.com/states/andhra_pradesh/INS-Sindhukirti-Adds-Another-Feather-to-HSLs-Cap/2014/11/05/article2508534.ece
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MessageSujet: Re: Armée Indienne / Indian Armed Forces   Dim 9 Nov - 18:32

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L'Inde teste avec succès un missile Agni II (journal)



NEW DELHI, 9 novembre - RIA Novosti


L'armée indienne a testé avec succès un missile balistique à capacité nucléaire Agni-II d'une portée de plus de 2.000 km, rapporte dimanche le journal Hindou se référant à des sources militaires indiennes.

Le missile sol-sol Agni-II a été tiré depuis une rampe mobile située sur le polygone de l'île de Wheeler, dans le golfe du Bengale, au large de l'Etat indien d'Orissa. Après avoir parcouru une distance des 600 kilomètres, le missile est tombé dans les eaux du golfe, tout près de sa cible.

L'Agni II est un missile balistique de moyenne portée de deux étages à combustible solide. Sa longueur est de 20 mètres et son poids est de près de 17 tonnes. Le missile est capable de porter une ogive d'une tonne.

Les forces armées indiennes ont à l'heure actuelle à leur disposition des vecteurs terrestres (missiles de type Agni et Prithvi) et aériens (avions Dassault Mirage-2000 et SEPECAT Jaguar). En janvier 2014, la Marine indienne a testé avec succès un sous-marin nucléaire  INS Arihant, le premier à avoir été construit en Inde.

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MessageSujet: Re: Armée Indienne / Indian Armed Forces   Mer 12 Nov - 18:52

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IJT problems force Indian Air Force to modify fast jet training programme

Rahul Bedi, New Delhi - IHS Jane's Defence Weekly  


Official sources said the Sitara IJT's tail needs re-designing to address critical stall and spin characteristics. Source: IHS/Patrick Allen


The Indian Air Force (IAF) is being forced to alter its pilot training following technical problems with the Sitara intermediate jet trainer (IJT), which has been under development by Hindustan Aeronautics Limited (HAL) since 2000.

Official sources said the IJT's tail needs re-designing to address critical stall and spin characteristics. Until this is rectified, the trainer will remain unfit for flying, they added.

Senior IAF officers said HAL now plans to send its engineers to meet with consultant BAE Systems at its Warton, UK, facility to try to resolve the issue. HAL signed a INR235.9 million (USD3.93 million) contract with BAE Systems in 2012 for assistance in finalising the IJT's stall and spin parameters.

Officials associated with the IJT programme told IHS Jane's that redesigning the trainer's tail would prevent HAL from meeting its revised deadline of end-2014 to confirm the aircraft's parameters before clearing it for series production.

HAL declined to comment on the IJT's design complications, while a BAE Systems official only confirmed that it was "engaged in providing consultancy to HAL in support of their spin and stall testing programme for the IJT".

To offset the IJT shortfall, the IAF in February 2011 diverted ageing, locally designed Hindustan Jet Trainer 16 (HJT-16) Kiran Mk I and Mk II aircraft from its aerobatics team to perform the intermediate training role.

Accordingly, IAF trainee pilots graduated from the recently acquired Swiss Pilatus PC-7 Mk II basic turbo trainers to Kirans before moving on to BAE Systems Hawk Mk 132 advanced jet trainers (AJTs).

The Kirans, however, are scheduled for retirement by the end of 2014, although continuing problems with the IJT compelled the IAF to extend their operational lifespan by four years to 2018 despite a lack of technical support for their Bristol Diddeley Orpheus engines.

Consequently, senior officers said the IAF planned to extend pilot training time on the PC-7s and the AJTs and considerably reduce intermediate Stage 2 instruction on the Kirans.

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In August Defence Minister Arun Jaitley criticised HAL for its inability to "resolve critical wing and airframe design and development issues related to the IJT's stall and spin features".

In February, at the IAF's insistence, the Ministry of Defence issued a global request for information (RfI) for 110 IJTs under the previous, Congress Party-led federal coalition. There has been no progress on this acquisition, however, following pressure from HAL, which is eager not to lose the IJT programme, and with the preference of the new BJP administration for indigenously building military platforms.

http://www.janes.com/article/45602/ijt-problems-force-indian-air-force-to-modify-fast-jet-training-programme
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MessageSujet: Re: Armée Indienne / Indian Armed Forces   Jeu 13 Nov - 13:08

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Last prototype Tejas trainer makes flight debut


A twin-seat trainer variant of India’s Tejas Mk1 light combat aircraft has performed its first test flight from Bengaluru in a final series production configuration meant for the Indian air force.

Prototype vehicle six (PV-6) is the final prototype before commencement of series production, and bears “all the major design modifications undertaken during the last 2,500-plus flights in the programme,” says the Aeronautical Development Agency (ADA).

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The 35min sortie, with the aim of checking the design's twin cockpit functionality, was completed as planned. PV-6 is powered by a General Electric F404-IN20 afterburning engine, which will be common to all series production Tejas Mk1 single-seat fighters and twin-seat trainers for the Indian air force, as well as trainers for its navy.

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Tejas Mk1 trainers will also have the capability to carry a wide range of air-to-air and air-to-ground ordnance, the ADA notes.

The lead air force trainer, PV-5, was first flown in 2009, with an initial operational clearance goal of December 2011. Seventeen Tejas aircraft have been flown since 2001, with the fleet having accumulated almost 2,800 flights to date.
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MessageSujet: Re: Armée Indienne / Indian Armed Forces   Jeu 13 Nov - 16:07

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L’Inde a choisi le S-70B «SeaHawk»!



New Dehli, le ministère de la Défense indien a sélectionné l’hélicoptère Sikorsky S-70B «SeaHawk» pour équiper sa marine de guerre dans le cadre du programme d’hélicoptère multi-rôle (MRH). Ce nouvel hélicoptère doit remplacer les actuels Sikorsky S-61 «Sea-King».

Deux finalistes :

La compétition se résumait à deux finalistes, le Sikorsky S-70B «SeaHawk» et le NH Industries NH-90 NFH. Le rejet de l’hélicoptère européen semble être lié à ses liens commerciaux avec le conglomérat italien de défense Finmeccanica, dont le ministère de la Défense a partiellement interdit de nouveaux appels d'offres en raisons du scandale de corruption, lié à l’affaire des AW101 destinés à l'Indian Air Force (IAF).  

Une commande en deux temps :  

Dans un premier temps, il s’agira de commander 16 hélicoptères d’une valeur d’environ 1 milliard de dollars, qui seront ensuite suivi par 40 autres appareils supplémentaires.  

Le Sikorsky S-70B «SeaHawk:

La version S-70B est est la version export du MH60R, soit le dernier développement du SH60 «SeaHawk» destiné à la lutte anti-sous-marine et de bâtiments de surface. Il remplace et reprend l’ensemble des missions actuellement dévolues aux actuels SH60B et SH60F. Conçu par Sikorsky est doté d’une interface de Lockheed Martin, le MH-60R représente l’évolution des versions précédentes, grâce aux leçons apprises durant les différents déploiements et durant les nombreuses opérations de ces dernières années. Cette nouvelle version permet un engagement multi-missions en utilisant un équipage de trois personnes.

Outre, l’attaque de navires et de sous-marins, le MH60R est susceptible de remplir l’ensemble des missions secondaires telles que : la recherche et le  sauvetage (SAR), le  ravitaillement vertical, le soutien aux incendies de surface, l’évacuation médicale (MEDEVAC)  ainsi que le relais des communications.

Lockheed Martin qui est responsable de l'intégration numérique de poste de pilotage de l'hélicoptère, du radar multi-mode, du sonar acoustique à longue portée et l’adjonction d’une caméra infrarouge. Le MH60R dispose également d’une architecture électronique permettant de protéger l’aéronef contre les menaces missiles.


Photos : Sikorsky MH-60R (S-70B export) @ Sikorsky

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MessageSujet: Re: Armée Indienne / Indian Armed Forces   Ven 14 Nov - 14:29

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Inde: tir réussi d'un missile balistique Prithvi-II



NEW DELHI, 14 novembre - RIA Novosti


Les forces armées indiennes ont tiré vendredi avec succès un missile balistique Prithvi-II capable de porter une charge nucléaire, rapporte l'agence PTI.

Le missile a été tiré depuis le polygone de Chandipur situé dans l'Etat de l'Orissa (ouest). "Le tir a réussi à 100%. Toutes les cibles ont été atteintes", a déclaré M.V.K.V Prasad, directeur du polygone.

Selon  l'Organisation militaire pour la recherche et le développement (DRDO),  de tels essais ont pour objectif de "démontrer clairement l'état de préparation opérationnelle de l'Inde" et sa capacité à "réagir à toute éventualité".

Mis au point depuis le début des années 1980, les Prithvi sont des missiles balistiques à courte portée capables de transporter une ogive nucléaire, dont la version sol-sol équipe l'armée de terre indienne depuis 2003. Le Prithvi-II est capable de transporter une charge allant de 500 à 1.000 kg.

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MessageSujet: Re: Armée Indienne / Indian Armed Forces   Sam 15 Nov - 13:32

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Grounded Sukhois cleared for flying

The Indian Air Force’s frontline fighter jet, Sukhoi-30, has been cleared for flying after being grounded for nearly a month.

The entire fleet of about 200 Su-30s had been grounded following a Sukhoi crash in Pune on October 14. “The Sukhoi-30 fleet has been cleared for flying,” IAF spokesperson Wing Commander S.S. Birdi said on Friday.

Pune crash

On the reasons behind the Pune crash, IAF Chief Arup Raha told reporters, “This accident appeared to be due to automatic firing of the seats. The Court of Inquiry is about to be completed and the findings are being finalised.”

A team of 10 Russian experts joined the Indian experts in probing the cause of the crash in which the fighter jet crash landed on its belly around 20 km from the runway, while the pilots ejected safely.

Third instance

This was the third and also the longest period the Sukhoi fleet was grounded since its first crash in 2009.

Su-30s are the most modern of the IAF’s fighter jets and represent almost a third of its fighter fleet.
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