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MessageSujet: Re: Armée Hollandaise/Armed forces of the Netherlands/Nederlandse krijgsmacht   Sam 12 Avr 2008 - 20:49

une particularité dans l'armée hollandaise c que les pretendant qui veulent rejoindre les forces speciale peuvent provenir directement du civil sans avoir fait un parcours militaire cela est du au nombre de candidat militaire qui n'est pas suffisant
aussi l'acteur qui fait le film le transporteur est issu des forces speciales hollandaise
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MessageSujet: Re: Armée Hollandaise/Armed forces of the Netherlands/Nederlandse krijgsmacht   Sam 1 Nov 2008 - 21:46

pr la premiére photo se sont des balles blanche regardé la téte de la cartouche et aussi le BTB ( bouchan de tir a blan ) au bou du canon "rouge"
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MessageSujet: Re: Armée Hollandaise/Armed forces of the Netherlands/Nederlandse krijgsmacht   Jeu 16 Avr 2009 - 3:34

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Jet Fighter Decision May Be Delayed to 2011



The cabinet may put off a decision on whether to buy the new US-developed JSF fighter jet until after the next election in 2011, Nos tv reports on Tuesday, quoting sources in The Hague.

Ministers were due to take a final decision next year, but the coalition government is divided and a delay is the most likely outcome, the sources said.

The Christian Democrats back the JSF, Labour has serious doubts and the minor coalition partner ChristenUnie is also undecided.

However, news agency ANP reports that ministers are likely to agree to buy a test aircraft this year.

Ministers are due to discuss how to replace the armed forces' aging F-16s with junior defence minister Jack de Vries on Thursday.

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(Source: DutchNews; issued April 14, 2009)
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MessageSujet: Re: Armée Hollandaise/Armed forces of the Netherlands/Nederlandse krijgsmacht   Mer 22 Avr 2009 - 0:06

First JSF Fighter Jet Will Cost EUR 110 Million

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The first [Dutch] test Joint Strike Fighter (JSF) jet will cost almost just under EUR 110m which is within budget, says junior defence minister Jack de Vries in a letter to parliament on Monday, reports the Trouw.

The letter comes two days before MPs are to decide whether or not to approve the purchase of two JSF aircraft.

Selecting a replacement for the defence department’s current fleet of fighter jets is a long-running and controversial issue within the government.

Until now the actual price of the JSF has been unclear, reports the Trouw. Clarity on price is a prerequisite for two of the three coalition parties, Labour and the orthodox ChritenUnie, to vote in favour of the acquisition, the paper says.

The JSF is made by US manufacturer Lockheed Martin. Saab is a contender for the contract.

MPs will decide on Wednesday whether to buy the first of the two test JSFs which will be used for a series of extensive trials. The second will not be ordered until next year, says the Trouw.

Source: dutch news

En résumé, le JSF d'essai Neerlandais coutera plus cher a l'unité que le britannique. Very Happy
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MessageSujet: Re: Armée Hollandaise/Armed forces of the Netherlands/Nederlandse krijgsmacht   Ven 12 Juin 2009 - 20:53

ls NH90 tjs lourds pour les frégates hollandaises

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New NH-90 Helicopter Still Too Heavy
(Source: ANP Dutch Press Agency; issued June 11, 2009)


THE HAGUE --- State Secretary of Defence Jack de Vries on Wednesday had “bad news” for the House of Commons, he said. The NH-90 helicopter ordered by the Ministry of Defence is still heavier than planned.

[Program prime contractor] NH Industries had announced to measures to reduce the helicopter’s weight, but these have not had the desired result. The weight of the aircraft has been a problem for years. This is important because the additional weight makes them too heavy to land on the Dutch navy frigates for which they are intended.

The Netherlands decided in 1991 to participate in the NH-90 program, and ordered twenty [of the NFH-90 naval variant] which should have replaced the current Lynx ship-borne helicopters beginning in 2007.

However, because of the recurring weight issue, that date has been moved back several times. The latest date for their initial delivery has now been pushed back to 2011, de Vries said.

It is not possible to rule out further delays, nor to say what extra costs will arise from the delays, he added.

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MessageSujet: Re: Armée Hollandaise/Armed forces of the Netherlands/Nederlandse krijgsmacht   Ven 12 Juin 2009 - 21:32

Yakuza a écrit:
ls NH90 tjs lourds pour les frégates hollandaises
les frégates hollandaises sont de quel tonnage? est-il le même que les sigma?
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MessageSujet: Re: Armée Hollandaise/Armed forces of the Netherlands/Nederlandse krijgsmacht   Mer 15 Juil 2009 - 17:59

Premier essais du NH-90 pour la marine hollandaise !

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NH-90 training helicopter lands at base Den Helder, the Netherlands

(defpro.com) | Today, an NH-90 helicopter configurated for training purposes has arrived at the Naval Air Base of Den Helder in the Netherlands, as announced by the Dutch Ministry of Defence. The helicopter has been manufactured in Italy and is temporarily being made available to the Dutch Defence Helicopter Command. This NH-90 will be specifically used for the training of flight crews and technicians.

The arrival of the training helicopter is the beginning of the replacement of the Dutch maritime helicopter fleet. During the next years, the Westland Lynx (21 helicopters) and the Augusta Bell 412 helicopter (3 helicopters) will be replaced by the NH-90. At the end of 2009 the Dutch Armed Forces will receive the first NH-90 form a series of 20 ordered helicopters.

The replacement process is scheduled to be completed by late 2014. The transitional phase will be executed in a way that Search and Rescue (SAR) missions can be carried out without interruption.

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MessageSujet: Re: Armée Hollandaise/Armed forces of the Netherlands/Nederlandse krijgsmacht   Sam 8 Aoû 2009 - 0:36

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MessageSujet: Re: Armée Hollandaise/Armed forces of the Netherlands/Nederlandse krijgsmacht   Jeu 15 Oct 2009 - 12:38

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Thales livrera des systèmes Satcom pour les nouveaux OPV néerlandais


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15/10/2009

L'électronicien a été sélectionné par le ministère néerlandais de la Défense pour fournir des systèmes de communication par satellite aux quatre nouveaux patrouilleurs de haute mer commandés par les Pays-Bas. Le premier terminal Satcom sera monté à bord de la tête de série, attendue par la marine néerlandaise fin 2010. Les livraisons s'échelonneront ensuite jusqu'en 2012. « Ce contrat extrêmement complet garantira l'efficacité des patrouilleurs de haute mer et leur permettra de communiquer avec d'autres forces nationales et alliées sur des liaisons satellitaires sécurisées à haut débit. Cette solution est déjà opérationnelle dans plusieurs pays de l'OTAN, notamment en France, en Belgique et en Norvège », explique Thales.
La solution Satcom destinée aux patrouilleurs de haute mer (OPV, Ocean Patrol Vessels) comprendra une antenne stabilisée double bande de dernière génération, capable de communiquer sur la bande Ku civile ou sur la bande X militaire. Cette solution vise à offrir le meilleur compromis entre performances opérationnelles et contraintes d'installation à bord des OPV. « Elle repose sur la gamme Satcom navale SURFSAT éprouvée à la mer avec des fonctionnalités multibande et de stabilisation de pointe, utilisant des systèmes de transmission multiples et garantissant une parfaite intégration à bord des navires ».
On notera que Thales est le principal concepteur et intégrateur du mât intégré des patrouilleurs, qui recevra le terminal Satcom naval. Selon le groupe, la possibilité de monter sur une même structure et d'assurer la compatibilité des nombreux capteurs de communications (satellite, surveillance, conduite de tir et navigation), permet de réduire le temps et les coûts de construction des navires militaires. De même, cette solution autorise des gains d'espace aux niveaux des ponts et entreponts, ainsi que de meilleures performances opérationnelles.


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MessageSujet: Re: Armée Hollandaise/Armed forces of the Netherlands/Nederlandse krijgsmacht   Jeu 22 Oct 2009 - 0:03

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MessageSujet: Re: Armée Hollandaise/Armed forces of the Netherlands/Nederlandse krijgsmacht   Mer 6 Jan 2010 - 12:57

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Dutch military receives first NFH maritime helicopter



NH90’s naval version sees delivery to first customer

08:53 GMT, January 5, 2010 defpro.com | As the Dutch Ministry of Defence (MoD) confirmed shortly before Christmas, the Dutch Armed Forces has taken delivery of the first NATO Frigate Helicopter (NFH), the naval version of NHIndustries’ NH90. However, this first helicopter (designated NNLN03), from a total order of 12 NH90 NFH for the Netherlands, is not yet ready to be deployed in operational service, according to Aviation Week & Space Technology. Rather, it will undergo extensive testing and evaluation by the Dutch project office, which will assess whether the helicopter meets its previously agreed requirements.

As the Dutch MoD explains, NNLN03, which was handed over at the AgustaWestland plant in Italy on 23 December 2009, is a temporary so-called Meaningful Operational Capable (MOC) configuration, meaning is does not meet all contractual specifications of the final version. Nevertheless, it can immediately be used for crew training and basic coastal surveillance operations, while NHIndustries works towards completing development of an operationally ready, production standard aircraft.

As soon as the helicopter has been accepted by the Dutch MoD, it will be transferred to the De Kooy Naval Air Station in Den Helder, Netherlands, where the Dutch Defence Helicopter Command will begin the first crew training courses.

To meet Western navies’ requirements for frigate-based helicopter operations, NHIndustries re-sized and specifically configured its NH90 multi-mission helicopter design, including total corrosion protection, naval military standards requirements, EMI/EMC qualification, and intrinsic capability to take off and land on ship decks up to a sea state 5. Furthermore, the company seeks to provide high availability, low maintenance requirements and on-the-ship maintenance capabilities. However, according to Forecast International, development of the maritime variant of the NH90 has suffered from a range of technical problems in the past, including difficulties getting the maritime search radar and tactical navigation system to work.

In November 2009, the NFH successfully completed a 3-week ship deck landing trial campaign aboard the Norwegian Coast Guard vessel “Nordkapp“. As NHIndustries reported in a press release, the NH90 performed 105 deck landings during very demanding weather conditions in the central Norwegian Fjords beyond the Arctic Polar Circle involving the active participation of Norwegian, French and Italian test pilots.

The certification completed in mid-November by the NATO Helicopter Management Agency (NAHEMA) only applies to the search and rescue (SAR) capability of the NFH. The anti-submarine warfare (ASW) and anti-surface warfare (ASUW) capabilities will be certified in the course of 2010. France, which is the next county awaiting delivery of the NFH, is expecting its first helicopter by March 2010. A total of 8 NFHs are scheduled for delivery to France through 2011. To fill the SAR capability gap, France ordered two Eurocopter EC225 in early December 2009 (see http://www.defpro.com/news/details/11826/).

The NFH is expressively designed to perform three primary naval missions profiles, including ASW, ASUW, (including an over-the-horizon targeting capability), as well as SAR missions. Furthermore, the company claims that the NFH will provide additional capabilities such as maritime surveillance/patrol, limited anti-air-warfare (AAW) and logistical transport/utility support. The latter includes vertical replenishment (VERTREP), troop transport, casualty evacuation (CASEVAC) and special operations including anti-terrorism, when configured correspondingly.

The NHIndustries consortium that manufactures the NH90 NFH is made up of AgustaWestland (Italy, 32%), Eurocopter (France, 31.25%), Eurocopter Deutschland (Germany, 31.25%) and Stork Fokker Aerospace (The Netherlands, 5.50%). The consortium has receive orders from international customers for some 565 NH90 helicopters, including 410 units in tactical transport configurations (TTH), 122 units in NFH configurations and 33 in tactical troop transport configuration (TTT), as well as options for an additional 100 helicopters. Further, the NFH has been ordered by Belgium (4), France (27), Italy (46), the Netherlands (12), Norway (14), Sweden (5), and Spain (14). A final decision by the German Ministry of Defence for an order of 30 NFHs is still pending. However, the German Navy has an urgently requirement for a new maritime helicopter (MH). According to German Federal Office of Defence Technology and Procurement (BWB), a contract might be signed in 2011 (see also http://www.defpro.com/daily/details/272/).
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MessageSujet: Les Forces Armées Néerlandaise   Sam 6 Fév 2010 - 11:54

Le remplacement des 2 dernières classe M va etre lancé
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The Dutch Navy has initiated the development of a new frigate type.

The plan appears to have two ships to replace in a little over ten years, currently still in stock frigates VAN AMSTEL and VAN SPEJK (Karel Doorman-class).

One from 2011 to incipient modernization, these two top-90s to ships built until the inflow of new buildings to keep in service. After the first, nor vague information as to suppress the multi-purpose ships for "multi-role operations" designed new frigates, about 6,000 tons. Thus they came in size the destroyers of the ZEVEN PROVENCIEN-class matter should be based in their operational capabilities, but rather to the significantly smaller (3,300 tons) Karel Doorman. The electronic equipment will arrive safely by Thales Nederland. When arming a standard Vertikalstartsystem (applies similarly MK41 VLS) for various missiles is probable. In the anti-aircraft FK is expected with ESSM (Evolved Sea Sparrow Missile modest, medium range), in contrast to the ZEVEN PROVENCIEN destroyers with SM-2 limits the capacity for large-scale airspace defense is a federation and () Anti-Ballistic Missile have.

Currently still developing the concept design. Following the usual temporal processes, could be something in 2016 a first ship commissioned in 2020 and put into service, followed by the second one about two years later. By the way: a high degree of automation is the crew of 100 to 140 men (Karel Doorman limit 154 men) and help to save more than a factor of personnel operating costs. When warships but this is always problematic. Certainly much can be resources (eg ship installations) replaced by modern computer technology, on warships of the staff reduction, however, are limited. Thus, for example will In a fight against the damage to the continuation of the struggle for mere survival, or for the foreseeable future not be automated, and ship security staff must now be one of the "mass man" to generate the occupation.

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MessageSujet: Re: Armée Hollandaise/Armed forces of the Netherlands/Nederlandse krijgsmacht   Lun 8 Fév 2010 - 16:22





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MessageSujet: Re: Armée Hollandaise/Armed forces of the Netherlands/Nederlandse krijgsmacht   Jeu 11 Mar 2010 - 23:23

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MessageSujet: Re: Armée Hollandaise/Armed forces of the Netherlands/Nederlandse krijgsmacht   Jeu 11 Mar 2010 - 23:35

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MessageSujet: Re: Armée Hollandaise/Armed forces of the Netherlands/Nederlandse krijgsmacht   Mer 31 Mar 2010 - 17:07

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Netherlands Navy to receive Integrated Mast from Thales
The Netherlands Defence Materiel Organization and Thales Nederland signed a contract for the delivery and installation of an Integrated Mast that is to be installed on the Joint Logistic Support Ship (JSS).

This ship is presently being designed and engineered by Damen Schelde Shipyard in Flushing. This Integrated Mast is an
I-Mast 400, identical to the Integrated Masts that are to be installed on the four Patrol Ships, also for the Royal Netherlands Navy.

The I-Mast 400 for the JSS will be built by the Royal Netherlands Navy in Den Helder, the subsystems will be built in and tested at the Thales plant in Hengelo and delivered to the Damen Schelde Shipyard in January 2014. The Joint Support Ship will be handed over to the Royal Netherlands Navy in 2014. The 27,800 ton vessel is expected to be fully operational in 2015.

The integrated mast is a complete other design approach in comparison with the traditional sensor layout on board of naval vessels. One central mast structure houses most radar, optronic, and communication sensors and antennas as well as all cabinets and peripherals. The advantages of this revolutionary sensor concept are huge: better operational performance, higher operational availability, reduced ship-building time, reduced maintenance requirements and enormous savings in below-deck space.

The Integrated Mast provides the solution to the sensor problems encountered on many naval platforms that often have more than 50 antennas for surveillance, communications, fire control and navigation. These systems compete for the best place above deck but may in fact block each other or cause electro-magnetic interference. Generally, this phenomenon becomes apparent after the installation of all equipment, especially if multiple suppliers are involved.

Traditional sensor and antenna arrangements significantly increase the time and costs to build naval warships. Apart from several iterations to find suitable antenna arrangements, shipyards have to negotiate with several equipment suppliers about power supplies, deck structure adaptations, electrical interfaces, cabling, cooling, etc. In addition, equipment installation is on the critical path of almost every shipbuilding program.

The shipyard starts installation only after it has finished the ship including the welding, painting, installation of cabins, etc. It then brings in the above-deck and below-deck equipment components, the required cabling and wave-guides, and performs the integration. Furthermore, expensive cabling infrastructures and much valuable space are required to accommodate the various processing cabinets.
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MessageSujet: Re: Armée Hollandaise/Armed forces of the Netherlands/Nederlandse krijgsmacht   Dim 4 Avr 2010 - 12:46

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MessageSujet: Re: Armée Hollandaise/Armed forces of the Netherlands/Nederlandse krijgsmacht   Lun 5 Avr 2010 - 14:38




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MessageSujet: Re: Armée Hollandaise/Armed forces of the Netherlands/Nederlandse krijgsmacht   Ven 9 Avr 2010 - 12:29

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Un nouveau bâtiment de soutien pour la marine néerlandaise


Vue du futur JSS Karel Doorman
crédits : THALES

Le ministère néerlandais de la Défense a lancé un programme visant à remplacer le pétrolier-ravitailleur Zuiderkruis, en service depuis 1975. Réalisé par Damen Schelde Naval Shipbuilding (DSNS), le nouveau bâtiment, du type Joint Logistic Support Ship (JSS), sera livré en juillet 2014 pour une mise en service l'année suivante. Dérivé du design adopté pour le transport de chalands de débarquement Johan de Witt, le JSS, qui sera baptisé Karel Doorman, mesurera 205 mètres de long pour une largeur de 30 mètres et un déplacement de 27.800 tonnes en charge. Armé par 150 marins et pouvant accueillir 150 autres personnels, il pourra atteindre la vitesse de 18 noeuds et disposera d'une puissance propulsive d'environ 25 MW (5 moteurs diesels, deux hélices et trois propulseurs dont deux d'étrave). On notera également qu'à l'instar des quatre nouveaux OPV commandés par les Pays-Bas, le JSS disposera d'un mât intégré fourni par Thales. L'I-Mast 400 regroupera une cinquantaine d'antennes dédiées à la surveillance, aux communications et à la navigation (notamment les radars SMILE et APAR).

Très polyvalent, le futur navire pourra ravitailler à la mer les unités de combat de la marine néerlandaise grâce à deux bras de ravitaillement. Il servira aussi de bâtiment de transport et disposera, à cet effet, de 2000 mètres linéaires de garages, avec une capacité de tranférer des véhicules sur un quai ou via des engins de débarquement. A cet effet, une porte arrière s'ouvrira comme un radier. Ses capacités aéronautiques seront importantes, avec une plateforme permettant la mise en oeuvre simultanée de deux hélicoptères du type Chinook et un hangar pour 6 appareils. On notera également la présence d'une grue d'une capacité de 40 tonnes et d'installations hospitalières.
L'armement, dédié à l'autodéfense, consistera en deux systèmes multitubes Goalkeeper et de l'artillerie légère.
On notera que les Pays-Bas ont tenté de vendre le JSS au Canada mais la proposition néerlandaise a été jugée trop onéreuse par les autorités d'Ottawa.


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MessageSujet: Re: Armée Hollandaise/Armed forces of the Netherlands/Nederlandse krijgsmacht   Dim 11 Avr 2010 - 23:23

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MessageSujet: Re: Armée Hollandaise/Armed forces of the Netherlands/Nederlandse krijgsmacht   Lun 12 Avr 2010 - 0:13

Johan de Witt HNLMS L 801 - Gibraltar 09/04/10

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MessageSujet: Re: Armée Hollandaise/Armed forces of the Netherlands/Nederlandse krijgsmacht   Jeu 15 Avr 2010 - 14:58

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Holland Class Patrol Vessels, NetherlandsType
Patrol vessel
Builder
Damen Schelde Naval Shipbuilding
Operator
Royal Netherlands Navy
Crew
90 (50 ship crew and 40 non-listed persons)
Displacement
3,750t
Dimensions:
Length
108.4m
Beam
16m
Draught
4.55m
Performance:
Speed
21.5kt
Range
5000nm at 15kt
Weapon Systems:
Guns
1 × 76mm Oto Melara Super Rapid gun
1 × 30mm Oto Melara Marlin WS gun
2 × 12.7mm Oto Melara Hitrole NT guns
2 × 12.7mm M2HB machine guns
Sensors:
Radars
Sea Master 400 air warning radar
Watcher 100 active phased array surface detection and tracking radar
Sonar
Mine detection sonar
Propulsion:
Type
Combined electric or diesel
Engines
2 × Wärtsilä 12V26 diesel engines with electric motors
Power
10,800kW

The Holland Class offshore patrol vessels (OPVs) are being built by Damen Schelde Naval Shipbuilding for the Royal Netherlands Navy. A series of four OPVs are named after the Dutch coastal provinces.
The keel for the first vessel, Hr. Ms. Holland (P840), was laid in December 2008. It was launched in February 2010. Keel for Hr. Ms. Zealand (P841) was laid in October 2009, while that for the third vessel, Hr. Ms. Friesland (P842), was laid in November 2009. Keel for the last in the class, Hr. Ms. Groningen (P843), is yet to be laid. All vessels will be commissioned during 2010-2013.
The Royal Netherlands Navy will deploy the OPVs in the Caribbean and the North Sea. The vessels can support international task forces in anti-piracy missions and block ships in coastal areas during crisis.
With the ability to carry supplies and over 100 people, the vessels can also carry out emergency missions.
Holland Class OPV design and features

Four Holland Class patrol vessels are being built by Damen Schelde Naval Shipbuilding for the Royal Netherlands Navy
The vessel has a broad platform to provide stability in marine seas. Its stealthy design incorporates innovative techniques to reduce radar reflectivity.
The body is built with thick steel, which has a lower tensile strength. It is heavier than the steel used for frigates and can resist the impact of small-calibre weapons.
The hull is stretched, and the bridge and superstructure are placed aftwards to optimise the seakeeping capabilities of the vessel. The speed is cut down to reduce fuel consumption and increase the range of the vessel. Two rigid-hulled inflatable boats (RHIBs) are also carried to support interception operations
The Holland Class is also equipped with CAMS-Force Vision integrated fire control system and two monitors for non-lethal protection and fire fighting. The OPV also features a gas citadel, explosion-resistant structures, redundant and decentralised systems.
The patrol vessel has an overall length of 108.4m, a width of 16m and a draught of 4.55m. Displacement of the vessel is 3,750t.
The OPV can accommodate 50 ship crew and up to 40 non-listed persons, including a helicopter detachment, a platoon of marines or a medical team. Approximately 100 evacuees can also be boarded. The ship can sail at a speed 21.5kt.
Holland Class OPV construction
In December 2007, the Royal Netherlands Navy signed a contract with Damen Schelde Naval Shipbuilding in Vlissingen, the Netherlands, for the construction of four patrol vessels. The project is estimated to cost €467.8m. These ships are being built between 2008 and 2012.
OPV guns

The OPV is fitted with a 76mm Oto Melara Super Rapid gun.
The main gun is a 76mm Oto Melara Super Rapid gun. It has a firing rate of 120 rounds a minute and a range of 16km. The vessel is also fitted with a 30mm Oto Melara Marlin WS gun, two 12.7mm Oto Melara Hitrole NT guns and two 12.7mm M2HB machine guns. The guns onboard can be remotely operated.
NH-90 helicopter

The patrol vessel can accommodate a NH-90 helicopter.
The patrol vessel has a fully-equipped hangar to support the operations of a NH-90 helicopter. The helicopter is equipped with homing torpedoes and a sensor system. The sonar and radar on the helicopter will allow it to make observations beyond the radar horizon of the OPV. Space is available under the helicopter to accommodate containers of relief supplies.
Holland Class OPV sensors
The OPV is the first vessel in the Royal Netherlands Navy to be fitted with Thales Integrated Sensor & Communication Systems (ISCS). The system integrates communication and optical sensors, RF systems and radars.
The sensor suite includes a Sea Master 400 air warning radar, a Watcher 100 active phased-array surface detection and tracking radar, a mine detection sonar and an infrared Gatekeeper / electro-optical warning system. The OPV can make observations within a range of 140nm.
OPV propulsion
Equipped with a combined electric or diesel (CODELOD) propulsion system, the patrol vessel is powered with two Wärtsilä 12V26 diesel engines with electric motors driving a controllable pitch propeller through two shafts. Each engine is rated at 5,400kW. The electric propulsion is mainly used for low-speed operations
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MessageSujet: Re: Armée Hollandaise/Armed forces of the Netherlands/Nederlandse krijgsmacht   Jeu 22 Avr 2010 - 19:52

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Royal Netherlands Navy takes delivery of its first NH90 NFH

NHIndustries is pleased to announce the delivery of the first NH90NFH helicopter to the Royal Netherlands Navy during an official ceremony held today at AgustaWestland’s Vergiate plant in Italy.
The Royal Netherlands Navy has ordered a total of 20 NH90NFH aircraft, today’s event marks the first delivery of a naval NH90NFH variant to a customer.

The Dutch, French, Italian, Norwegian and Belgian navies have ordered a total of 111 NH90 NFH naval helicopters which will give operators a dramatic improvement in operational capability and mission effectiveness, thanks to the outstanding technology incorporated in to the NH90.
The NH90 NFH variant is primarily designed for autonomous Anti-Submarine Warfare (ASW) and Anti Surface Warfare (ASuW) missions.
The comprehensive mission equipment packages allow a wide range of additional missions to be performed including Search and Rescue (SAR), maritime patrol, vertical replenishment, troop transport, medical evacuation and amphibious support roles. The helicopter is designed for embarked operations to be performed by day and night in adverse weather conditions.
Due to its weight and dimensions, the deck-lock system, the deck traversing system and the automatic blade and tail folding system, it can operate from small frigates even in high sea states.

The NH90 is the most successful European helicopter programme ever. A total of 529 firm orders have been placed by 19 armed forces in 14 countries including France, Germany, Italy, Portugal, The Netherlands, Sweden, Finland, Norway, Greece, Spain and Belgium in Europe, as well as Australia, Oman and New Zealand overseas and 44 NH90 helicopters are already in service today.
The NH90, developed in the TTH utility transport and NFH naval versions, proves the ideal solution to meet requirements from many potential additional customers worldwide for a large number of missions.

The today delivery is a key event that paves the way to the operational entry in service of the NH90 in its naval version. This is also a strong message addressed to potential worldwide Customers that the NH90 NFH has arrived on the scene.

The NH90 programme is managed by NAHEMA (NATO Helicopter Management Agency) representing France, Germany, Italy, The Netherlands and Portugal, and by the NH Industries industrial consortium comprising Eurocopter (62.5%), AgustaWestland (32%), and Fokker Aerostructures (5.5%).
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MessageSujet: Re: Armée Hollandaise/Armed forces of the Netherlands/Nederlandse krijgsmacht   Ven 30 Avr 2010 - 13:48

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Strengths and Weaknesses of the Netherlands Armed Forces - A Strategic Survey
The Netherlands Ministry of Defence is currently conducting a Future Policy Survey, the results of which are due to be delivered in early 2010. The overarching aim of the Future Policy Survey is to provide greater understanding of how to exploit and enhance the potential contribution of the Netherlands armed forces.

RAND Europe was asked to provide insights into the strengths and weaknesses of the Netherlands armed forces deployments compared with the deployments of other nations. The Future Policy Survey team were particularly interested in perceptions among coalition partners of the strengths and weaknesses of the Netherlands’ deployments.

This document presents a summary of key findings from the RAND Europe study. RAND Europe anticipates that this report will be available to the wider Netherlands Government, alongside the final conclusions submitted to the Netherlands Ministry of Defence. This report will be of interest to NATO and EU defence policy-makers, especially those with forces deployed alongside those of the Netherlands. It may also be of interest to NATO and EU serving military personnel, particularly those in the Netherlands. Finally, it may be also of interest to other defence professionals, those involved in evaluating public policy and those with an interest in the Netherlands Future Policy Survey.

RAND Europe is an independent not-for-profit policy research organisation that serves the public interest by improving policy-making and informing public debate. Its clients are European governments, institutions and firms with a need for rigorous, impartial, multidisciplinary analysis. This report has been peer reviewed in accordance with RAND’s quality assurance standards (for further details see http://www.rand.org/about/standards/) and therefore may be represented as a RAND Europe product.
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MessageSujet: Re: Armée Hollandaise/Armed forces of the Netherlands/Nederlandse krijgsmacht   Lun 3 Mai 2010 - 16:59

les hollandais prendront la place des Emiratis qui quitteront Tucson en decembre

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Dutch F-16 pilot training to return to Tucson
May 2, 2010 (by Maj. Gabe Johnson) - The Royal Netherlands Air Force will soon resume F-16 Fighting Falcon pilot training here at Tucson International Airport after a five-year absence.


Dutch pilots were the first in a long line of international students to ever train with the 162nd Fighter Wing. Starting in 1989, they were a mainstay program at the Arizona Air National Guard unit for 18 years until they moved to Springfield, Ohio, for a five-year agreement to train with the Ohio Air National Guard's 178th Fighter Wing.

"We have a long and very successful history with the Dutch. We're looking forward to reestablishing our relationship with their air force," said Brig. Gen. Greg Stroud, 162nd Fighter Wing commander.

The details of their return, scheduled for January 2011, were the subject of discussion between wing and Dutch air force leaders during a site visit April 26-28.

The Dutch plan to base 14 of their own jets here to participate in basic F-16 training as well as advanced courses such as flight lead upgrade and instructor pilot certification.

In addition to student training, the 162nd will periodically host experienced Dutch pilots for operational training before deployments to Afghanistan; training opportunities similar to those offered at Operation Snowbird, a wing detachment at nearby Davis-Monthan Air Force Base.

Their arrival will come on the heels of the departure of the United Arab Emirates' F-16 training program in December. The Emiratis, and their squadron of 13 F-16E/F Desert Falcons, will move to the UAE wrapping up a six-year stay at Tucson's airport.

"The Netherlands program will fit perfectly as a replacement for the United Arab Emirates program, thereby preserving most of the Air National Guard jobs associated with the UAE. The labor pool in our 148th Fighter Squadron, currently a UAE-only training squadron, will shift to train Dutch pilots," said the general.

He expects the Dutch program to average about 3,000 flying hours per year, similar to the amount currently generated by the UAE.

The incoming Dutch aircraft, six two-seat trainers and eight single-seat models, are essentially early-model F-16A/B's that have undergone cockpit and avionics upgrades that make them as capable as the newer C/D-models. In the international F-16 community they are known as MLUs, or Mid-Life Update F-16s.

"The UAE is still our customer until December 31 and the goal is to make the transition as seamless as possible," he said. "Some Dutch equipment will start arriving as early as October as UAE equipment leaves and makes room. We'll have a detailed and complicated plan at times."

Col. Peter Tankink, chief of the Royal Netherlands Air Force Fighter Branch, anticipates about 10 Dutch pilots will train in Tucson per year, and about six instructor pilots will be stationed here for three years each.

According to Tankink, the Dutch are excited about their pending return.

"Of course the benefits of training in Tucson include the weather. You can execute all planned training without delays due to bad weather," he said. "The second thing is the training ranges are perfect here."

He also noted the advantages of training alongside student pilots from other nations.

"It helps to talk to those guys and learn what level of training they have and to exchange some thoughts on operational and tactical flying. In the future we will be working with them in operations in Afghanistan. We will also train with them down the road, for example we recently had a large training exercise in Holland working with Polish pilots who have trained here in Tucson," said Colonel Tankink.

The broad international flavor of the wing also translates to reduced costs for the Netherlands.

Cost sharing among several partner nation air forces makes training in Tucson affordable. Current partners like Poland, Singapore, Norway and Morocco each take on a piece of the 162nd's operating budget which is fractionalized at a per-student rate.

The Federal Aviation Administration, which runs airfield operations at Tucson International Airport, also contributes to bringing down training costs. Bases that don't share an airfield with a commercial airport usually take on the entire expense.

"We've been working closely with the Secretary of the Air Force's International Affairs office and the Air Force Security Assistance Training office to arrive at a letter of offer and acceptance that works for the Dutch," said General Stroud. "SAF/IA's role, as it is for all partner nations, is to arrange the best training at the best cost."

The initial agreement for training in Tucson is a three year program with an option to extend based on the needs of the Dutch air force.

"We are very happy to be coming back to Tucson," said Colonel Tankink. "We really enjoyed our stay and the training here from '89 to 2005, and we look forward to working with the 162nd again."

Courtesy of 162nd Fighter Wing Public Affairs

RNLAF F-16AM #J-623 from 323 Sqn is seen in this air to air shot on April 16, 2007 based out of Springfield IAP.

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