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MessageSujet: Re: Armed Forces for the Defence of Mozambique / Forças Armadas de Defesa de Moçambique ( FADM )   Mer 4 Juin 2014 - 20:37

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MessageSujet: Re: Armed Forces for the Defence of Mozambique / Forças Armadas de Defesa de Moçambique ( FADM )   Mer 18 Juin 2014 - 17:47

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Aerostar Pitches for More Overhauls of MiGs



Bacau, Romania-based Aerostar is nearing the end of a program to bring eight Mozambique Air Force MiG-21 fighters back to life after some 20 years in storage. The company is best known today for its commercial MRO and aerostructures business. But the latest MiG work follows Aerostar’s previous contract to upgrade 110 Romanian air force MiG-21s to the Lancer standard, with new avionics designed by Elbit Systems.

During a June 10 visit to Bacau AIN was able to see the last two of the eight that are scheduled to be delivered by the end of June (a pair of two-seaters were delivered first, followed by one single-seater, and the other three are en route to Africa). The work has involved avionics and systems upgrades, and relifing of the airframes. The upgrades to the Mozambique aircraft are not as comprehensive as those for the Lancer, but they will give the African country a new fighter capability at a fraction of the cost of new aircraft offered in the market today. Sava Mirza, Aerostar manager military aviation MRO and upgrades, told AIN the contract includes “development, design and testing—from concept to execution.” The Mozambique contract also includes an upgrade to an L-39 jet trainer plus training and support.

Aerostar currently supplies Airbus with landing-gear assemblies, as well as the entire landing gear for the Daher-Socata TBM 850/900 single-engine business turboprop, via Messier-Dowty-Bugatti of France. It also has a second maintenance hangar, opened in June 2012, to expand the commercial aircraft MRO business. Alexandru Filip, Aerostar business development director, told AIN that “49 percent of sales now come from civil production and, in 2013, 18 percent was [civil] MRO.”

The Romanian Lancer fleet is now being recycled through the Bacau factory one-by-one, for airframe relifing. Aerostar president and general director Grigore Filip, who was the manager in charge of the Lancer upgrade in the 1990s, said “based on our experience with Eastern platforms such as the MiG-21 and L-39, and our expertise in new navigation systems, our plan is to offer this expertise and experience for future-generation aircraft. “ He added that “these are aircraft that have flown few hours and it’s a good platform, not much affected by corrosion.”
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MessageSujet: Re: Armed Forces for the Defence of Mozambique / Forças Armadas de Defesa de Moçambique ( FADM )   Lun 7 Juil 2014 - 16:37

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MessageSujet: Re: Armed Forces for the Defence of Mozambique / Forças Armadas de Defesa de Moçambique ( FADM )   Mar 8 Juil 2014 - 3:59

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MessageSujet: Re: Armed Forces for the Defence of Mozambique / Forças Armadas de Defesa de Moçambique ( FADM )   Jeu 11 Sep 2014 - 14:24

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First Ocean Eagle 43 Trimaran Patrol Vessel hull for Mozambique delivered to CMN

The first of the three hulls that H2X will deliver to CMN for the contract with Mozambique left the workshops on Monday, September 8. The hull will leave La Ciotat, France, on Friday, September 12 to reach Cherbourg aboard the cargo Spirit. It will then be motorized and equipped in CMN shipyard.

CMN confirmed in September 2013 the signing of a major export contract with Mozambique. The contract includes the delivery of three OCEAN EAGLE 43 trimaran patrol vessels, three HSI 32 interceptors and eighteen fishing vessels for a total of twenty-four ships.

The OCEAN EAGLE 43 is a revolutionary concept with exceptional performance designed to meet the needs of maritime surveillance and security. The OCEAN EAGLE 43 is the result of a fruitful collaboration between CMN, naval architect Nigel Irens, ProLarge and SeaTeam Aviation companies, two small businesses specialized in logistics and operational projects at sea.

The OCEAN EAGLE 43 is a compact high-performance multifunction vessel that is suited to protect coastal areas, strategic offshore infrastructures. It can also conduct electronic warfare and intelligence missions through the use of 300 Kg class VTOL UAV (such as the SCHIEBEL S100 Camcopter).

The OCEAN EAGLE 43 offers an unmatched cost to performance ratio:
» 3,000 nautical miles autonomy at 20 knots
» Top speed of 30 knots sustainable over a distance of 1,000 nautical miles
» Limited crew of 7 sailors
» Accomodations for 8 additional Special Forces

The OCEAN EAGLE 43 is fitted with self-defense capabilities consisting in a 20 mm or 30 mm remote weapons station plus two 12.7 mm machine guns with 360° coverage. A ramp at the stern allows the rapid deployment and recovery of a 7 meters RHIB.



In terms of electronic warfare, the OCEAN EAGLE 43 comes with advanced detection and surveillance sensors:
» C-ESM
» Electro-optical sensors
» Surveillance radar
» Navigation radar
» Satcom datalink for image, video and tactical data upload and download

All sensors are fused and integrated with the Combat Management System and the Integrated Navigation System.
http://www.navyrecognition.com

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MessageSujet: Re: Armed Forces for the Defence of Mozambique / Forças Armadas de Defesa de Moçambique ( FADM )   Ven 23 Jan 2015 - 12:00

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Mozambique Orders 3 More HSI32 Interceptors from French shipyard CMN, First Trimaran launched

CMN confirms the signing of a new export contract with Mozambique: Three more HSI32 Interceptors have just been ordered for the Navy of Mozambique. This is in addition to the three OCEAN EAGLE 43 trimaran patrol vessels and three HSI32 interceptors (and several fishing vessels) that were ordered by the African nation back in September 2013. Meanwhile, the first trimaran patrol vessel has just been launched by the French Shipyard.

CMN who contacted Navy Recognition explained that the first 3 HSI32 will be delivered from Cherbourg in early summer 2015. The 3 new HSI32 will de deliverered from December 2015 with a rate of one ship every 2 months.


CMN HSI32 Interceptor

The HSI32 is designed to meet the needs of modern Navies and Coast Guards. The HSI32 is a fast interceptor which combines significant intelligence and surveillance capacities with high speed (45 knots) and extended patrol period of 3 days.

CMN has sought to develop a versatile interceptor, efficient and easy to use for conducting anti-piracy, anti-terrorism, or control of illicit trafficking missions.

The HSI32 has a range of 800 nautical miles (approximately) with a crew of only 12 sailors. This new advanced interceptor comes with a RHIB launching ramp at the stern and a 360° bridge.

The HSI32 is fitted with self-defense capabilities including a 20 mm remote weapon system plus two 12.7 mm machine guns with a field of 360° coverage.

In terms of electronic warfare, the HSI32 comes with advanced detection and surveillance sensors:
» C-ESM
» Electro-optical sensors
» Surveillance radar
» Navigation radar
» Satcom datalink for image, video and tactical data upload and download

All sensors are fused and integrated with the Combat Management System and the Integrated Navigation System.

HSI32 Missions
> Sea policing and maritime security
> Fight against piracy, trafficking, smuggling and illegal immigration
> Protection of vulnerable vessels and offshore installations and escort of convoys
> Combined operations with aircraft and coastal surveillance systems
> Sea strike operations
> Defence against asymmetric threats, speedboats and the boarding of terrorists
> Safety at sea
> Search And Rescue (SAR)



OCEAN EAGLE 43
Meanwhile, the first of three trimaran patrol vessel (ordered as part of the contract signed in September 2013) has just been launched by the French Shipyard. The OCEAN EAGLE 43 is a revolutionary concept with exceptional performance designed to meet the needs of maritime surveillance and security. The OCEAN EAGLE 43 is the result of a fruitful collaboration between CMN, naval architect Nigel Irens, ProLarge and SeaTeam Aviation companies, two small businesses specialized in logistics and operational projects at sea.

The OCEAN EAGLE 43 is a compact high-performance multifunction vessel that is suited to protect coastal areas, strategic offshore infrastructures. It can also conduct electronic warfare and intelligence missions through the use of 300 Kg class VTOL UAV (such as the SCHIEBEL S100 Camcopter).

The OCEAN EAGLE 43 offers an unmatched cost to performance ratio:
» 3,000 nautical miles autonomy at 20 knots
» Top speed of 30 knots sustainable over a distance of 1,000 nautical miles
» Limited crew of 7 sailors
» Accomodations for 8 additional Special Forces


http://www.navyrecognition.com

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MessageSujet: Re: Armed Forces for the Defence of Mozambique / Forças Armadas de Defesa de Moçambique ( FADM )   Mar 24 Mar 2015 - 10:45

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French shipyard CMN Launched the First HSI32 Interceptor for the Navy of Mozambique



Following the launch of the first Ocean Eagle 43 Trimaran for Mozambique in January, French shipyard CMN launched the first HSI32 Interceptor for the same customer. Three OCEAN EAGLE 43 trimaran patrol vessels and three HSI32 interceptors (and several fishing vessels) that were ordered by the African nation back in September 2013. Three more HSI32 Interceptors were subsequently ordered in January.

The first 3 HSI32 will de deliverered from December 2015 with a rate of one ship every 2 months.



CMN HSI32 Interceptor

The HSI32 is designed to meet the needs of modern Navies and Coast Guards. The HSI32 is a fast interceptor which combines significant intelligence and surveillance capacities with high speed (45 knots) and extended patrol period of 3 days.

CMN has sought to develop a versatile interceptor, efficient and easy to use for conducting anti-piracy, anti-terrorism, or control of illicit trafficking missions.

The HSI32 has a range of 800 nautical miles (approximately) with a crew of only 12 sailors. This new advanced interceptor comes with a RHIB launching ramp at the stern and a 360° bridge.

The HSI32 is fitted with self-defense capabilities including a 20 mm remote weapon system plus two 12.7 mm machine guns with a field of 360° coverage.

In terms of electronic warfare, the HSI32 comes with advanced detection and surveillance sensors:
» C-ESM
» Electro-optical sensors
» Surveillance radar
» Navigation radar
» Satcom datalink for image, video and tactical data upload and download

All sensors are fused and integrated with the Combat Management System and the Integrated Navigation System.




HSI32 Missions
> Sea policing and maritime security
> Fight against piracy, trafficking, smuggling and illegal immigration
> Protection of vulnerable vessels and offshore installations and escort of convoys
> Combined operations with aircraft and coastal surveillance systems
> Sea strike operations
> Defence against asymmetric threats, speedboats and the boarding of terrorists
> Safety at sea
> Search And Rescue (SAR)


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MessageSujet: Re: Armed Forces for the Defence of Mozambique / Forças Armadas de Defesa de Moçambique ( FADM )   Mer 1 Juil 2015 - 21:05

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MessageSujet: Re: Armed Forces for the Defence of Mozambique / Forças Armadas de Defesa de Moçambique ( FADM )   Lun 24 Aoû 2015 - 18:49

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MessageSujet: Re: Armed Forces for the Defence of Mozambique / Forças Armadas de Defesa de Moçambique ( FADM )   Mer 4 Nov 2015 - 23:23

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L'Ocean Eagle 43 des CMN, à 28 noeuds, par force 5  




Les essais à la mer du trimaran Ocean Eagle 43 construit par les CMN de Cherbourg se poursuivent au large de la presqu'île du Cotentin et du Raz Blanchard.

Ce premier Ocean Eagle est l'un des trois commandés par le Mozambique, dans le cadre du marché de 150 millions d'euros signé en septembre 2013. Un marché, à l'histoire chaotique, qui portait sur ces patrouilleurs hauturiers et sur des bateaux de pêche.

Le chantier manchois a mis en ligne le 29 octobre une impressionnante vidéo du navire. Elle est à voir ici. http://cmn-group.com/oe43-sea-trials-with-sea-state-5/



http://lignesdedefense.blogs.ouest-france.fr/archive/2015/11/04/l-ocean-eagle-43-14978.html
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MessageSujet: Re: Armed Forces for the Defence of Mozambique / Forças Armadas de Defesa de Moçambique ( FADM )   Lun 11 Jan 2016 - 15:45

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  Les CMN livrent au Mozambique trois intercepteurs HSI 32

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MessageSujet: Re: Armed Forces for the Defence of Mozambique / Forças Armadas de Defesa de Moçambique ( FADM )   Mer 6 Avr 2016 - 18:21

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Le Mozambique renégocie une dette controversée avec des chantiers navals français


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Le gouvernement mozambicain a annoncé la conclusion d'un accord de renégociation de la dette liée à l'achat controversé d'une flotte de chalutiers et d'embarcations militaires aux chantiers navals français de Cherbourg, dans un communiqué reçu mercredi par l'AFP.

Contracté en 2013, l'emprunt de 850 millions de dollars, qui a depuis généré le plus gros scandale financier au Mozambique, est vu comme l'un des facteurs responsables du récent plongeon de l'économie mozambicaine, déjà affectée par la crise des matières premières.

Depuis 2015, la monnaie mozambicaine a perdu plus de 30% de sa valeur et les remboursements de la dette ont fortement creusé les réserves de change.

L'accord de restructuration, initié en juin 2015 par le nouveau gouvernement et arrangé par les banques Crédit Suisse et VTB, a été signé lundi à Maputo et ratifié mardi soir en conseil des ministres, précise le communiqué.

La proposition du gouvernement a reçu l'accord de 86,5% des investisseurs détenteurs de l'emprunt, a précisé à l'AFP Rogerio Nkomo, porte-parole du ministère des Finances.

"Jusque là, le montant des remboursements était de l'ordre de 200 millions de dollars par an. Grâce à ce processus, ce montant est passé à 75 millions de dollars par an, ce qui devrait réduire énormément la pression sur le budget", a-t-il ajouté.

Originellement émis par la Compagnie mozambicaine de thon, dite Ematum, l'emprunt avait servi à financer l'acquisition d'une flotte de 24 bateaux de pêche au thon aux Constructions mécaniques de Normandie (CMN) de Cherbourg.

Mais l'opacité sur la constitution d'Ematum et sur la répartition des fonds, la présence de six embarcations militaires dans le contrat avec les CMN, et les déclarations contradictoires du précédent gouvernement avaient conduit les médias locaux à crier au scandale.

D'après les termes de l'accord signé lundi, la dette d'Ematum est échangée contre une dette contractée cette fois par l'Etat et remboursable en totalité en 2023.

D'ici là, le Mozambique devrait commencer à toucher les revenus liés à l'exploitation des immenses réserves de gaz du bassin du Rovuma (nord), prévu à l'horizon 2020.

Mais cette renégociation ne devrait pas mettre fin au scandale, alors que beaucoup d'interrogations demeurent sur la véritable allocation des fonds.

Le Wall Street Journal a révélé dimanche qu'un autre emprunt, de 622 millions de dollars, avait été conclu en 2013 par une société détenue par des capitaux publics mozambicains, dénommée Proindicus SA, pour financer l'achat d'embarcations militaires et d'installations radar.

Le porte-parole du ministère des Finances s'est refusé à commenter cet emprunt, jamais rendu public.

Vendredi, l'agence de notation Standard & Poor a rétrogradé la note du Mozambique à D, "défaut de payement partiel".

http://www.marine-oceans.com/actualites-afp/12627-le-mozambique-renegocie-une-dette-controversee-avec-des-chantiers-navals-francais
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MessageSujet: Re: Armed Forces for the Defence of Mozambique / Forças Armadas de Defesa de Moçambique ( FADM )   Mer 20 Avr 2016 - 13:25

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Mozambique Navy has ordered 3 Schiebel S-100 Camcopter unmanned aerial vehicles
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Mozambique Navy has ordered 3 Schiebel S-100 Camcopter vertical takeoff and landing unmanned aerial vehicles (UAVs)  to operate from its Ocean Eagle 43 offshore patrol vessels

The Schiebel Camcopter S-100 is an Austrian unmanned aerial vehicle (UAV) using a rotorcraft design.

Produced by the Austrian company Schiebel, it was developed from 2003 to 2005. With a maximum take-off weight (MTOW) of 200 kilograms (440 lb), its endurance is 6 hours. It has a maximum speed of 220 kilometres per hour (140 mph) and a ceiling of 5,500 metres (18,000 ft). It is powered by a 55 horsepower (41 kW) Diamond engine and can carry various payloads, such as electro-optics and infrared sensors.

The Ocean Eagle 43 –  trimaran ocean patrol vessel ordered by the Mozambican government was launched in January 2015. The vessel is built by French shipyard CMN (Construction Mecanique de Normandie) to meet the naval operational needs of marines and to support special operations forces.




The vessel intended for sea policing, surveillance of exclusive economic and fishing zones, search and rescue (SAR), safety and State action at sea, protection of vulnerable vessels and offshore installations, monitoring of marine environment, escort operations, counter speedboats, asymmetric threats and the boarding of terrorists. It is also used for combating illicit trafficking, smuggling, illegal immigration, terrorism, and piracy at sea.


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MessageSujet: Re: Armed Forces for the Defence of Mozambique / Forças Armadas de Defesa de Moçambique ( FADM )   Sam 10 Sep 2016 - 15:30

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Mozambican Prime Minister Carlos Agostinho do Rosario on Monday urged the Defence Ministry to step up training activities focused on national unity and on developing the country.

He stressed the need for “technical and scientific mastery of military arts and ethics, always focused on the goal of national development”.

Rosario was speaking in the southern city of Matola at the Armando Emilio Guebuza Higher Institute of Defence Studies (named after the former President), at the opening of a national meeting of military training, educational and human resource establishments.

Held under the motto “for effective and efficient management of human resources in the national defence sector”, the meeting, Rosario said, should centre on prospects for the future. The expectation, he added, is for a rapid impulse in the modernization of the Mozambican armed forces (FADM).

This modernization, the Prime Minister declared, seeks to ensure that the FADM is able “to respond in full to the missions laid down in the Constitution, for the consolidation of national unity, the defence of the motherland and the maintenance of peace and harmony”

Rosario praised the defence and security forces for their work in defending the country’s territorial integrity and national sovereignty, in the search for effective peace in the face of the attacks carried out by gunmen of the Renamo rebels, and the resulting economic instability.

He called for determination and courage so that the Renamo attacks do not divert the country from its development agenda.

The defence sector now has a number of specialized training institutes, notably the Samora Machel Military Academy in the northern city of Nampula, and the Alberto Chipande Sergeants Training School in Boane, just outside Maputo, as well as the Armando Guebuza Higher Institute of Defence Studies.

As reported by AIM


http://www.african-defense.com/defense-news/mozambique-pm-calls-for-military-training-focused-on-development/






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MessageSujet: Re: Armed Forces for the Defence of Mozambique / Forças Armadas de Defesa de Moçambique ( FADM )   Lun 6 Fév 2017 - 18:26

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Mozambique Marines board the Djibouti Coast Guard tugboat Bourhan Ali Warki during an exercise #CutlassExpress 2017 roleplay scenario.



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