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The Moroccan Government mat plan to buy additional F-16 Fighting Falcons. The Government would like to purchase twelve new-build single seat F-16V Vipers. The Adwas Royal Moroccan Air Force (RMAF) currently has fifteen F-16C Block 52s and eight F-16D Block 52s in service. One F-16C crashed on 10 May 2015 during combat operations while participating in Operation Decisive Storm of the Arabic Coaltion over Yemen. The 24 RMAF F-16C/Ds were delivered in 2011 and 2012 and are based at 6 Air Base Benguérir with Escadre de Chasse "Falcon", "Spark" and " Viper".

It is known that Morocco is a loyal ally to America in North Africa. Most types of aircraft and helicopters in use with the RMAF are built in the United States. The neighbouring country, Algeria, receives most hardware from Russia.

The F-16V was introduced to the public during the Singapore Air Show in 2012. The first flight took place on 16 October 2015. Existing older versions can be retrofitted to the Viper standard. Taiwan and Greece are starting to upgrade their fleet to F-16V. Morroco, like Bahrain wants to purchase new-builds.

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MessageSujet: Re: The Moroccan F-16V Viper / Block 72 program   The Moroccan F-16V Viper / Block 72 program - Page 9 Icon_minitimeMar 26 Mar 2019 - 23:32

les axes qui seront réalisés dans les 5ans à venir :
Avions ELINT
DCA
Upgrad F5
AH
Infrastructures
Hélicos Transport.

d'ici 5ans on aura reçu le dernier F16 Blk 72 et probablement aussi le dernier V .. donc on vera si F16MLU (ce qui est probable) .. on commencera aussi à virer les Mirages.

Il y a d'autres chantiers à ne pas oublier : Hélicos de Transport, Avions de Transport, Tankers etc ..

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I'am Happy cheers
Dzazra se font passer pour des Marocains et laissent des commentaires bidons sous les articles traitant ce sujet.. Comme quoi d'ou vient tout cet argent ??? fallait améliorer la sante et l’éducation etc... Ils ont mal les pauvres, quand je vois leur sergent Garcia menacer notre pays, je ne peux qu’être content en lisant cette bonne nouvelle.


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Fahed64 a écrit:
J'y crois pas au F16 d'occasion déjà on doit avaler l'achat ! 

Je mets deux pièces que le surplus de casque c'est pour préparer La MAJ des F5 !

Sinon pour le reste (satellite, plus avion ELINT/SIGNIT) plus GBU39.... Ça se prépare à méchamment taper du SAM genre..... S300? Laughing 

2 avions AEWC + 2-3 ravitailleur et tu sanctuaries ton ciel



Sauf que pour F 5 rien n'est encore fait....pour l'instant..ils étudient les cellules pour voir faisabilité..

Alors ...les casques.....!!!!
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Puis-je me permettre de récapituler les hypothèses :

1. Ce qui est certain :

• 20 des 23 F-16 actuels passe du block 52+ au standard V

• 25 nouveaux appareils block 70/72

• Ce qui nous porte à 20 + 25 = 45 avions de standards V ou block 70/72

• 3 avions qui resteront au standard block 52+

2. Ce qui est probable :

Option 1 : Une fournée d'une vingtaine de F-16 d'occasion qui recevront les APG 68 qui seront récupérés des actuels block 52+ et qui pourront donc recevoir le surplus de JHMCS (donc AIM 9x)

Option 2 : les Tiger III passent à un standard supérieur ou ils reçoivent les APG 68, les AIM 9X et les JHMCS

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ready a écrit:
Puis-je me permettre de récapituler les hypothèses :

1. Ce qui est certain :

  • 20 des 23 F-16 actuels passe du block 52+ au standard V

  • 25 nouveaux appareils block 70/72

  • Ce qui nous porte à 20 + 25 = 45 avions de standards V ou block 70/72

  • 3 avions qui resteront au standard block 52+

2. Ce qui est probable :

Option 1 : Une fournée d'une vingtaine de F-16 d'occasion qui recevront les APG 68 qui seront récupérés des actuels block 52+ et qui pourront donc recevoir le surplus de JHMCS (donc AIM 9x)

Option 2 : les Tiger III passent à un standard supérieur ou ils reçoivent les APG 68, les AIM 9X et les JHMCS

Accurate ?
c est 25 f16v acheter + 23  f16 52+ ugprader en 23 16v = 48 f16v   The Moroccan F-16V Viper / Block 72 program - Page 9 187320
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Le F5 a rendue de loyaux services mais la cellule et plus que usée......mais reste un bon appareil pour la formation.
Donc l'option 1 et la meilleur en terme de technologie et d'emport.
Mais je doute que ça soit dans un avenir proche.....peut etre apres la reception des block 72.
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Ce sont de simple suppositions concernant l'emploi des radar actuel des block 52 apres la mise a niveau au standard V.
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Il a été annoncé qu'on double la flotte et modernise le 1er batch de F16 mais certain veulent toujours plus Laughing 

Je rappelle au départ que ça devait être 12 block 72 !

La ou il y a place à supposition c'est l'offset, la nature de celui ci et le délais de livraison qui en découle !

Il faut aussi se préparer à un déploiement de jet sur le continent dans de futur endroit "chaud"

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Topic nettoyé

Retour au sujet => F16Block72 et F16V

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%7D&s=3&r=2]Morocco--F-16 Block 72 New Purchase

%7D&s=3&r=1]Morocco--F-16 Block 52+ Upgrade to F-16V Configuration
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MessageSujet: Re: The Moroccan F-16V Viper / Block 72 program   The Moroccan F-16V Viper / Block 72 program - Page 9 Icon_minitimeJeu 28 Mar 2019 - 22:01

C'est une bonne nouvelle, une platform connu et pas trop d'investissement nécessaire en infra ou formation
les JF17 plutôt que des F16 usés pour remplacé les F1 et F5, ça couera 5x moins cher et sera possible de localiser la production tout en gagnant la chine comme allié
mais il faut surtout investir en DCA, c'est d'ailleurs la straté gie de la Russie avec les USA, s'ils n'arrivent pas à les chasser d'en haut, il faudra les tenir loin d’en-bas (et je ne pense pas vraiment à nos frêres enemis...)

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bonsoir tout le monde longtemps que je n était pas venu sur le site je suis très heureux pour nos far . Ma petite contribution


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Morocco approved to buy 25 F-16Vs and upgrade 23 others
March 26, 2019 (by Lieven Dewitte) - The U.S. State Department has cleared Morocco for a major increase to its F-16 fleet, including both the purchase of 25 F-16C/D Block 72s and upgrades of its existing 23 F‑16s to the more advanced F‑16V block 52+ configuration.


The two potential deals are estimated at respectively $3.787 billio and $985.2 million and could net American contractors roughly $4.8 billion.

Let's have a look at the shopping list from the Government of Morocco:

   25 F-16C/D Block 72 aircraft;
   29 Pratt & Whitney F100-229 engines;
   26 APG-83 Active Electronically Scanned Array (AESA) radars;
   26 Modular Mission Computers;
   26 Link-16 Multifunctional Information Distribution Systems – JTRS (MIDS-JTRS) with TACAN and ESHI Terminals;
   26 LN260 Embedded Global Navigation Systems (EGI);
   40 Joint Helmet Mounted Cueing Systems (JHMCS);
   26 Improved Programmable Display Generators (iPDG);
   30 M61 Al Vulcan 20mm Guns;
   50 LAU-129 Multi-Purpose Launchers;
   40 AIM-120C-7 Advanced Medium Range Air-to-Air Missiles (AMRAAM);
   40 AIM-120C-7 Guidance Sections;
   3 GBU-38/54 JDAM Tail Kits;
   50 MXU-650 Air Foil Group, GBU-49;
   50 MAU-210 Enhanced Computer Control Group (CCG), GBU-49,-50;
   36 FMU-139 D/B Fuzes;
   6 FMU-139 D/B (D-l) Inert Fuzes;
   2 GBU-39 (T-l) GTVs;
   60 GBU-39/B Small Diameter Bombs (SDB I);
   10 MAU-169L/B Computer Control Group, GBU-10,-12,-16;
   10 MXU-650C/B Air Foil Group, GBU-12;
   12 MK82 Bombs, Filled Inert;
   4 BLU-109 Practice Bombs;
   10 MAU-169 CCG (D-2);
   and 26 AN/AAQ-33 Sniper Pods.



Also included are

   26 AN/ALQ-213 EW Management Systems;
   26 Advanced Identification Friend/Foe;
   Secure Communications, Cryptographic Precision Navigation Equipment;
   1 Joint Mission Planning System; twenty-six (26) AN/ALQ-211 AIDEWS;
   6 DB-110 Advanced Reconnaissance Systems;
   communications equipment;
   spares and repair parts;
   support equipment;
   personnel training and training equipment;
   publications and technical documentation;
   support and test equipment, simulators;
   integration and test;
   U.S. Government and contractor engineering, technical and logistical support services;
   and other related elements of logistics and program support.



The estimated cost is $3.787 billion. As with all DSCA announcements, the sale must pass through the Senate, at which point negotiations can begin; total quantities and dollar totals often change from the original DSCA announcement and final sale.

Per the Defense Security Cooperation Agency, this proposed sale will "contribute to the foreign policy and national security of the United States by helping to improve the security of a major Non-NATO ally that continues to be an important force for political stability and economic progress in North Africa."

It will also "improve interoperability with the US and other regional allies and enhance Morocco’s ability to undertake coalition operations, as it has done in the past in flying sorties against ISIS in Syria and Iraq. Morocco already operates an F‑16 fleet and will have no difficulty absorbing this aircraft and services into its armed forces."

The prime contractor for both the sale and the upgrades is Lockheed Martin, and will require the assignment of U.S. government representatives and contractors to Morocco.

International interest in the F-16 Fighting Falcon remains high.

The F-16 Block 70/72 is the newest and most advanced F-16 configuration to date, with a structural life more than 50 percent beyond that of previous F-16 aircraft, according to Lockheed Martin.

The F-16 Viper variant includes an active electronically scanned array radar, a new mission computer and electronic warfare suite, automated ground collision avoidance system, and various cockpit improvements. It first flew in October 2015.

In April, Greece announced it would upgrade 85 of its fleet of F-16 aircraft to the Viper configuration. Also in April, the U.S. State Department approved the sale to Slovakia of 14 F-16 Vipers.

In June, Lockheed was awarded a $1.1 billion contract to produce 16 F-16V fighters for Bahrain.
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MessageSujet: Re: The Moroccan F-16V Viper / Block 72 program   The Moroccan F-16V Viper / Block 72 program - Page 9 Icon_minitimeVen 29 Mar 2019 - 18:37

au nord et a l'est on ne dort plus . Imprévisible l’armée marocaine sans compter qu'il y a une suite logique a tout ça waw trop fier
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j’espère que c'est pas déjà posté
https://www.thedrive.com/the-war-zone/27151/heres-whats-in-moroccoss-deal-to-buy-25-advanced-f-16s-and-upgrade-its-existing-fleet
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es ce que quelqu un a une idée de la base d'attache des nouveaux vipers ou bien on mettra tout dans la 6e

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Bonjour,

une idée concernant la date de réception du premier lot? et le terme du full UP pour les 23 ?
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TRANSMITTAL NO. 19-09
NOTICE OF PROPOSED ISSUANCE OF LETTER OF OFFER PURSUANT TO SECTION 36(B)(1) OF THE ARMS EXPORT CONTROL ACT
ANNEX
ITEM NO. VII
(vii) Sensitivity of Technology:

1. This sale will involve the release of sensitive technology to Morocco. The F-16C/D Block 72 weapon system is unclassified, except as noted below. The aircraft utilizes the F-16 airframe and features advanced avionics and systems. It will contain the Pratt & Whitney F100-PW-229 EEP engine, AN/APG-83 radar, digital flight control system, embedded internal global navigation Start Printed Page 27617system, Joint Helmet Mounted Cueing Systems (JHMCS), internal and external electronic warfare equipment, Advanced IFF, LINK-16 datalink, operational flight trainer, and software computer programs.

2. Sensitive and/or classified (up to SECRET) elements of the proposed F-16 V include hardware, accessories, components, and associated software: Link 16 (MIDS-JTRS) with TACAN and ESHI Terminals, Multipurpose Launcher (LAU-129), AN/ALQ-213 EW Management Systems, Advanced Identification Friend or Foe (AIFF), Cryptographic Appliques (KIV-78), Dual-Band AN/ARC-238 UHF/VHF Radios, KY-58M COMSEC Secure Voice Processors, Joint Mission Planning System, F-16V Simulator, AN/ALQ-211 AIDEWS Pods, Avionics I-Level Test Station, DB-110 Advanced Reconnaissance Systems, F-110 engine infrared signature, Sniper (AN/AAQ-33-33) targeting pods, and Advanced Interference Blanker Unit. Additional sensitive areas include operating manuals and maintenance technical orders containing performance information, operating and test procedures, and other information related to support operations and repair. The hardware, software, and data identified are classified to protect vulnerabilities, design and performance parameters and other similar critical information.

3. The AN/APG-83 is an Active Electronically Scanned Array (AESA) radar upgrade or the F-16. It includes higher processor power, higher transmission power, more sensitive receiver electronics, and Synthetic Aperture Radar (SAR), which creates higher-resolution ground maps from a greater distance than existing mechanically scanned array radars (e.g., APG-68). The upgrade features an increase in detection range of air targets, increases in processing speed and memory, as well as significant improvements in all modes. The highest classification of the radar is SECRET.

4. The Multifunctional Information Distribution System (MIDS) is an advanced Link-16 command, control, communications, and intelligence (C3I) system incorporating high-capacity, jam-resistant, digital communication links for exchange of near real-time tactical information, including both data and voice, among air, ground, and sea elements. The MIDS terminal hardware, publications, performance specifications, operational capability, parameters, vulnerabilities to countermeasures, and software documentation are classified CONFIDENTIAL. The classified information to be provided consists of that which is necessary for the operation, maintenance, and repair (through intermediate level) of the data link terminal, installed systems, and related software.

5. Joint Helmet Mounted Cueing System (JHMCS II) is a modified HGU-55/P helmet that incorporates a visor-projected Heads-Up Display (HUD) to cue weapons and aircraft sensors to air and ground targets. This system projects visual targeting and aircraft performance information on the back of the helmet's visor, enabling the pilot to monitor this information without interrupting his field of view through the cockpit canopy. This provides improvement for close combat targeting and engagement. Hardware is UNCLASSIFIED; technical data and documents are classified up to SECRET.

6. KY-58M is a lightweight terminal for secure voice and data communications. The KY-58M provides wideband/ narrowband half duplex communication. The KY-58M provides flexible interface capability. Operating in tactical ground, marine and airborne applications, the KY-58M enables secure communication with a broad range of radio and satellite equipment.

7. Joint Mission Planning System (JMPS) is a multi-platform PC based mission planning system. JMPS hardware is UNCLASSIFIED but the software is classified up to SECRET.

8. AN/ALQ-211 Airborne Integrated Defensive Electronic Warfare Suite (AIDEWS) provides passive radar warning, wide spectrum RF jamming, and control and management of the entire EW system. It is an externally mounted Electronic Warfare (EW) pod. The commercially developed system software and hardware is UNCLASSIFIED. The system is classified SECRET when loaded with a US derived EW database.

9. The DB-110 is a tactical airborne reconnaissance system. This capability permits reconnaissance missions to be conducted from very short range to long range by day or night. It is an under-the-weather, podded system that produces high resolution, dual-band electro-optical and infrared imagery. The DB-110 system is UNCLASSIFIED.

10. Embedded GPS-INS (EGI) LN-260 is a sensor that combines GPS and inertial sensor inputs to provide accurate location information for navigation and targeting. The EGI LN-260 is UNCLASSIFIED. The GPS cryptovariable keys needed for highest GPS accuracy are classified up to SECRET.

11. The AN/APX-126 Advanced Identification Friend or Foe (AIFF) Combined Interrogator Transponder (CIT) is a system capable of transmitting and interrogating Mode V. It is UNCLASSIFIED unless/until Mode IV and/or Mode V operational evaluator parameters are loaded into the equipment. Elements of the IFF system classified up to SECRET include software object code, operating characteristics, parameters, and technical data. Mode IV and Mode V anti-jam performance specifications/data, software source code, algorithms, and tempest plans or reports will not be offered, released, discussed, or demonstrated.

12. The Modular Mission Computer (MMC) is the central aircraft computer of the F-16. It serves as the hub for all aircraft subsystems and avionics data transfer. The hardware and software are classified SECRET.

13. The Improved Programmable Display Generator (iPDG) and color multifunction displays utilize ruggedized commercial liquid crystal display technology designed to withstand the harsh environment found in modern fighter cockpits. The display generator is the fifth generation graphics processor for the F-16. Through the use of state-of-the-art microprocessors and graphics engines, it provides orders of magnitude increases in throughput, memory, and graphics capabilities. The hardware and software are UNCLASSIFIED.

14. The KIV-78 is a crypto applique for Mode 5 IFF. The hardware is UNCLASSIFIED unless loaded with Mode 4 and/or Mode 5 classified elements.

15. The SNIPER (AN/AAQ-33) targeting system is UNCLASSIFIED and contains technology representing the latest state-of-the-art in electro-optical clarity and haze, and low light targeting capability. Information on performance and inherent vulnerabilities is classified SECRET. Software (object code) is classified CONFIDENTIAL. Overall system classification is SECRET.

16. The AN/ARC-238 radio with HAVE QUICK II is a voice communications radio system and considered UNCLASSIFIED without HAVE QUICK II. HAVE QUICK II employs cryptographic technology that is classified SECRET. Classified elements include operating characteristics, parameters, technical data, and keying material.

17. The LAU-129 Guided Missile Launcher is capable of launching a single AIM-9 (Sidewinder) family of missile or AIM-120 Advanced Medium Range Air-to-Air Missile (AMRAAM). The LAU-129 launcher provides mechanical and electrical interface Start Printed Page 27618between missile and aircraft. There are five versions produced strictly for foreign military sales. The only difference between these versions is the material they are coated with or the color of the coating. This device is UNCLASSIFIED.

18. The AIM-120C-7 Advanced Medium Range Air-to-Air Missile (AMRAAM) is a supersonic, air launched, aerial intercept, guided missile featuring digital technology and microminiature solid-state electronics. AMRAAM capabilities include lookdown/shootdown, multiple launches against multiple targets, resistance to electronic countermeasures, and interception of high- and low-flying maneuvering targets. The AMRAAM AUR is classified CONFIDENTIAL, major components and subsystems range from UNCLASSIFIED to CONFIDENTIAL, and technical data and other documentation are classified up to SECRET.

19. Joint Direct Attack Munitions (JDAM) (General Overview) is a Joint Service weapon which uses an onboard GPS-aided Inertial Navigation System (INS) Guidance Set with a MK 82, MK 83, MK 84, BLU-109, BLU-110, BLU-111, BLU-117, BLU-126 (Navy) or BLU-129 warhead. The Guidance Set, when combined with a warhead and appropriate fuze, and tailkit forms a JDAM Guided Bomb Unit (GBU). The JDAM Guidance Set gives these bombs adverse weather capability with improved accuracy. The tail kit contains an Inertial Navigation System (INS) guidance/Global Positioning System (GPS) guidance to provide highly accurate weapon delivery in any “flyable“ weather. The INS, using updates from the GPS, helps guide the bomb to the target via the use of movable tail fins. The JDAM weapon can be delivered from modest standoff ranges at high or low altitudes against a variety of land and surface targets during the day or night. After release, JDAM autonomously guides to a target, using the resident GPS-aided INS guidance system. JDAM is capable of receiving target coordinates via preplanned mission data from the delivery aircraft, by onboard aircraft sensors (i.e. FLIR, Radar, etc.) during captive carry, or from a third party source via manual or automated aircrew cockpit entry. The JDAM as an All Up Round is SECRET; technical data for JDAM is classified up to SECRET.

20. GBU-31/38 (JDAM) are 2,000 pound and 500 pound JDAMs respectively. The JDAM All Up Round (AUR) and all of its components are SECRET; technical data for JDAM is classified up to SECRET. The GBU-31/38 contain a GPS Receiver Card with Selective Availability Anti-Spoofing Module (SAASM).

21. GBU-54/56 (LIDAM) are 500 pound and 2,000 pound JDAM respectivelys, which incorporates all the capabilities of the JDAM and adds a precision laser guidance set. The Laser-JDAM (LIDAM) gives the weapon system an optional semi-active laser guidance in addition to the correct GPS/INS guidance which allows for striking moving targets. The LJDAM AUR and all of its components are SECRET; technical data for JDAM is classified up to SECRET. The GBU-54/56 contain a GPS Receiver Card with Selective Availability Anti-Spoofing Module (SAASM).

22. GBU-49 and GBU-50 Enhanced Paveway II (EP II) are 5001bs/20001bs dual mode laser and GPS guided munitions respectively. Information revealing target designation tactics and associated aircraft maneuvers, the probability of destroying specific/peculiar targets, vulnerabilities regarding countermeasures and the electromagnetic environment is classified SECRET. Information revealing the probability of destroying common/unspecified targets, the number of simultaneous lasers the laser seeker head can discriminate, and data on the radar/infrared frequency is classified CONFIDENTIAL.

23. GBU-39 (2501b) Small Diameter Bomb (SDB-I) The Guided Bomb Unit-39 (GBU-39/B) small diameter bomb (SDB) is a 250-lb class precision guided munition that is intended to provide aircraft with an ability to carry a high number of bombs. The weapon offers day or night, adverse weather, precision engagement capability against pre-planned fixed or stationary soft, non-hardened, and hardened targets, and provides greater than 50 NM standoff range. Aircraft are able to carry four SDBs in place of one 2,000-lb bomb. The SDB is equipped with a GPS-aided inertial navigation system to attack fixed, /stationary targets such as fuel depots and bunkers. The SDB and all of its components are SECRET; technical data is classified up to SECRET.

24. GBU-10/12/16/58 Paveway II (PWII), a Laser Guided Bomb (LGB), is a maneuverable, free-fall weapon that guides to a spot of laser energy reflected off of the target. The LGB is delivered like a normal general purpose (GP) warhead and the semi-active guidance corrects for many of the normal errors inherent in any delivery system. Laser designation for the LGB can be provided by a variety of laser target markers or designators. A LGB consists of a Computer Control Group (CCG) that is not warhead specific, and a warhead specific Air Foil Group (AFG) that attaches to the nose and tail of a GP bomb body. The PWII can use either the FMU-152 or FMU-139D/B fuzes. The overall weapon is CONFIDENTIAL. The GBU-10 is a 2,0001b (MK-84 or BLU-117 B/B) GP bomb body fitted with the MXU-651 AFG, and MAU-209C/B or MAU-169 L/B CCG to guide to its laser designated target. The GBU-12 is a 5001b (MK-82 or BLU-111 B/B) GP bomb body fitted with the MXU-650 AFG, and MAU-209C/B or MAU-168L/B CCGs to guide to its laser designated target. The GBU-16 is a 1,0001b (BLU-110 B/B or MK-83) GP bomb body fitted with the MXU-650 airfoil and MAU-209C/B or MAU-168L/B CCGs to guide to its laser designated target. The GBU-58 is a 2501b (BLU-110 B/B or MK-83) GP bomb body fitted with the MXU-650 airfoil and MAU-209C/B or MAU-168L/B CCGs to guide to its laser designated target.

25. M61 20mm Vulcan Cannon: The 20mm Vulcan cannon is a six barreled automatic cannon chambered in 20x120mm with a cyclic rate of fire from 2,500-6,000 shots per minute. This weapon is a hydraulically powered air cooled Gatling gun used to damage/destroy aerial targets, suppress/incapacitate personnel targets and damage or destroy moving and stationary light materiel targets. The M61 and its components are UNCLASSIFIED.

26. If a technologically advanced adversary were to obtain knowledge of the specific hardware and software elements, the information could be used to develop countermeasures that might reduce weapon system effectiveness or be used in the development of a system with similar or advanced capabilities.

27. A determination has been made that Morocco can provide substantially the same degree of protection for the sensitive technology being released as the U.S. Government. This sale is necessary in furtherance of the U.S. foreign policy and national security objectives outlined in the Policy Justification.

28. All defense articles and services listed in this transmittal are authorized for release and export to the Government of Morocco.

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Morocco – Additional F-16 Ammunition


WASHINGTON, September 12, 2019 - The State Department has made a determination approving a possible Foreign Military Sale to Morocco of additional F-16 ammunition for an estimated cost of $209 million. The Defense Security Cooperation Agency delivered the required certification notifying Congress of this possible sale on September 11, 2019.

The Government of Morocco has requested a possible sale of five thousand eight hundred and ten (5,810) MK82-1 Bombs (Tritonal); three hundred (300) MK84-4 Bombs (Tritonal); one hundred and five (105) Joint Direct Attack Munitions (JDAM) KMU-572F/B Tail Kits; one hundred eighty (180) MXU-651B/B Air Foil Groups (AFG), GBU-10; four thousand one hundred twenty five (4,125) MXU-650C/B AFGs, GBU-12; four thousand three hundred and five (4,305) MAU-169L/B Computer Control Groups (CCG), GBU-10,-12,-16; and five thousand one hundred seventy-eight (5,178) FMU-152 Fuzes. Also included are flares M-206, Flares MJU-7A/B, Impulse Cartridges BBU-36, Impulse Cartridges BBU-35/B, Bomb Sensor DSU-33C/B, chaff, bomb components, spares, repair parts, support equipment, publications and technical documentation, engineering technical and support services, and other related elements of logistics, transportation, and program support. The estimated cost is $209 million.

This proposed sale will support the foreign policy and national security of the United States by helping to improve the security of a major Non-NATO ally that continues to be an important force for political stability and economic progress in Africa.

The proposed sale will improve Morocco’s capability to meet current and future threats of terror from violent extremist organizations prevalent throughout the region. Additionally, the additional munitions provided by this sale will improve interoperability with the United States and other regional allies and enhance Morocco’s ability to undertake coalition operations, as it has done in the past in flying sorties against ISIS in Syria and Iraq. Morocco will have no difficulty absorbing these additional munitions and services into its armed forces.

The proposed sale of this equipment will not alter the basic military balance in the region.

The principal contractors will be Raytheon USA, Orbital ATK (USA), General Dynamics, Kilgore Cheming Groupe (USA), Cheming Groupe (USA), and Kaman Precision Products (USA). The purchaser typically requests offsets, however there are no known offset agreements at this time in connection with this potential sale.

Implementation of this proposed sale will not require U.S. Government or contractor representatives to be assigned to Morocco.

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