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MessageSujet: Re: Armée Bahraini / Bahrain Defence Force (BDF)   Mer 13 Nov 2013 - 13:17

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Modernisation des F-16 et nouvel avion pour Bahreïn !



Bahreïn, la Royal Air Force de Bahreïn va procéder dès l’année prochaine à la modernisation de sa flotte d’avions de combat Lockheed-Martin F-16 en service depuis 1990. Mais en parallèle, le petit Emirat va également procéder à l’acquisition d’un nouvel avion de combat dont la sélection est attendue d’ici ce printemps.

Modernisation des F-16 :

La première étape de la modernisation de la Force aérienne va débuter d’ici deux mois avec la mise à jour de la flotte de 20 F-16C/D actuellement en service. La modernisation comprend l’ajout d’un radar AESA, deux modèles sont en compétition, le RACR  de Raytheon et le SABR de Northrop-Grumman. L’Emirat va doter ses F-16 de missile AIM-120D «AMRAAM», de l‘AIM-9X «Sidewinder» ainsi que du pod de désignation laser «SNIPER» afin de mettre en oeuvre des bombes à guidage de précision. L’avionique sera également modernisée et l’ajout d’une liaison16 (Link16) est prévue.

Les quatre premiers chasseurs modernisés sont susceptibles d'être remis en service à la fin de 2016 ou au début 2017.

Remplacement des F-5 Tiger II :

Le second objectif de la modernisation vise le remplacement des 16 Northrop F-5E/F «Tiger II» en service par un appareil de combat multirôle. Trois appareils sont en compétition, le Cassidian Eurofighter «Typhoon II», le Dassault Rafale et Lockheed-Martin avec le F-16E/F «Viper».

Une fois de plus, on retrouve les deux adversaires que sont l’Eurofighter et le Rafale. L’Eurofighter bénéficie de quelques avantages avec le choix dans la région de l’Arabie Saoudite et plus récemment celui du Sultanat d’Oman. De plus, Cassidian à réduit considérablement les coûts de son avion tant du point de vue de la mise en oeuvre qu’à l’achat. Sans oublier qu’avec la nouvelle version T3 (F3) l’avion atteint sa pleine capacité.

De son côté Dassault peut faire valoir également le dernier standard du Rafale qui va entrer en service très prochainement. Reste à savoir si le non-développement du viseur de casque «Gerfaut» et des équipements jugés parfois «trop français» ne vont pas une nouvelle fois péjorer celui-ci ?

Le trouble fête pourrait venir des Etats-Unis avec Lockheed-Martin qui offre son F-16 «Viper». Avec très probablement l’offre la moins chère et la possibilité de mettre en place une flotte homogène. Trop peut-être ? l’image des USA est écornée dans la région et Bahreïn pourrait tout aussi bien hésiter à devenir par trop dépendante de l’Oncle Sam !

Début de réponse peut-être déjà, lors de l’Edition 2014 du Bahrain International Air Show du 16 au 18 janvier prochain !!

http://psk.blog.24heures.ch/archive/2013/11/12/modernisation-des-f-16-et-nouvel-avion-pour-bahrein-854349.html  
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MessageSujet: Re: Armée Bahraini / Bahrain Defence Force (BDF)   Mer 13 Nov 2013 - 14:41

pas seulement qu´il copie sans citer la source,mais il semble mal maitriser l´anglais
-debuter d´ici 2 mois,alors que le deal ne sera signé que mi-2014
-21 F16 et pas 20

la nouveauté c´est la mise en export du AIM-120D enfin cheers 

Flightglobal a écrit:
Bahrain to launch F-16 upgrade in 2014

By:   Craig Hoyle London
04:43 12 Nov 2013
Source:Flightglobal


Bahrain is to launch a major upgrade for its Lockheed Martin F-16 combat aircraft during 2014, as a decision is also expected on acquiring a new-generation type to bolster its capabilities.

Initial plans for the modernisation have already been agreed with Lockheed, and a contract signature is anticipated in June or July 2014, says Col Salah Al-Mansoor from the Royal Bahraini Air Force’s planning headquarters.

Improvements will include the addition of an active electronically scanned array (AESA) radar, new multi-function cockpit displays and a Link 16 datalink. A Lockheed Sniper targeting pod should also be added, along with weapons including Boeing JDAM and other precision-guided bombs, the D-model version of Raytheon’s AIM-120 AMRAAM and the same company’s AIM-9X Sidewinder air-to-air missile, says Al-Mansoor.



“We are looking for the upgrade to start in 2014, and to be complete by 2018,” he told IQPC’s International Fighter conference in London on 12 November. The first four modernised fighters are likely to be returned to service by late 2016 or early 2017, he adds.

The Common Capability Integration Programme upgrade is likely to use Lockheed’s M6.2 software standard as its baseline, Al-Mansoor says. An AESA system selection between Northrop Grumman’s Scalable Agile Beam Radar and the Raytheon Advanced Combat Radar has yet to be reached, he adds.

Bahrain’s air force currently flies 17 F-16C fighters and four D-version trainers, which Flightglobal’s MiliCAS database records as having been delivered in two batches between 1990 and 2002.

In addition to upgrading its current F-16s, Bahrain’s fleet modernisation plan also covers the selection of a new multirole combat aircraft, and the retirement of its last Northrop F-5 interceptors later this decade.

The Eurofighter Typhoon is the clear frontrunner for the former requirement, with an order to potentially be finalised at the Bahrain international air show, which will be staged from 16-18 January 2014. Another possible solution would be the Dassault Rafale, or, longer-term, Lockheed’s F-35 Joint Strike Fighter.

Al-Mansoor reveals that the Gulf Cooperation Council state is also considering the possibility of ordering a follow-on batch of advanced-model F-16s, as well as a new type. A decision is expected during 2014, he says, noting: “We must analyse and determine the cost of the future force structure.”

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MessageSujet: Re: Armée Bahraini / Bahrain Defence Force (BDF)   Mer 13 Nov 2013 - 16:20

Bonne nouvelle ca.Cool 

En plus des recent JSOW avec l'AS/EAU..

Ca explique un peu le peu d'amraam C7 commandé par les FRA..

Au faite le D est il compatible avec nos APG-68 ou il faut passé par le RACR/SABR?

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MessageSujet: Re: Armée Bahraini / Bahrain Defence Force (BDF)   Mer 13 Nov 2013 - 16:45

Non pas besoin, le APG 68 (v) 9 tape à presque 300 km Cool 

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MessageSujet: Re: Armée Bahraini / Bahrain Defence Force (BDF)   Mer 13 Nov 2013 - 20:34

C'est bon ca..Twisted Evil 

Apres je ne sais pas si les modes search et detect pose probleme, car en search c'est 300km mais en detect c'est bcp moins je crois..scratch 

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MessageSujet: Re: Armée Bahraini / Bahrain Defence Force (BDF)   Mar 19 Nov 2013 - 8:57

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Bahrain moves closer to Typhoon deal

Bahrain’s interest in acquiring the Eurofighter Typhoon appears to be building further, with UK defence secretary Philip Hammond having met with King Hamad bin Isa Al Khalifah at the Dubai air show to discuss the potential deal.

“We continue to have very fruitful discussions with Bahrain about Typhoon, and we very much hope that Bahrain will decide soon to join the Typhoon family,” Hammond told journalists after their meeting on 17 November. “I think those discussions are very positive, and I look forward to a good outcome in due course.”

The King of Bahrain met UK prime minister David Cameron earlier this year to discuss a possible purchase of the Typhoon as a replacement for its air force’s Northrop F-5 fighters. The UK government and national Eurofighter partner company BAE Systems are leading a campaign to sell the type to the Gulf Cooperation Council member.

A potential opportunity to conclude a deal could come as soon as mid-January, when the Bahrain international air show will take place.

Asked about the UK’s willingness to do business with Bahrain, following its measures to quell political opposition within its borders, Hammond says: “This is nothing to do with the internal situation. Jet aircraft are about the external defence of the country, and allowing Bahrain to contribute to the defence of the GCC countries collectively.”
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MessageSujet: Re: Armée Bahraini / Bahrain Defence Force (BDF)   Sam 18 Jan 2014 - 14:52

(Bahrain International Air Show pour les photos)

Arrow  http://www.bmt.org/news/2013/09/bmt-partners-with-ares-shipyard-to-deliver-patrol-boats-for-bahrain-coast-guard/



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MessageSujet: Re: Armée Bahraini / Bahrain Defence Force (BDF)   Mer 22 Jan 2014 - 16:38

Une commission technique a été chargé par l'EM de la FDB pour étudier l’hélicoptère T129 en vue de son acquisition prochaine pour rejoindre la flotte hélicos d'attaque des forces aérienne du Bahrain.


Notant que depuis un bon moment le Bahrain est devenu un bon client de l'industrie militaire turque notamment avec la récente acquisition des Arma.

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MessageSujet: Re: Armée Bahraini / Bahrain Defence Force (BDF)   Mer 22 Jan 2014 - 17:05

Fremo

je pense que le US peut dire non et arrêter le contrat des T129 comme il a fait avec Pakistan

http://www.defensenews.com/article/20130930/DEFREG/309300014/Turkey-Pushes-T-129-Gunships-Pakistan-US-Could-Scupper-Deal

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MessageSujet: Re: Armée Bahraini / Bahrain Defence Force (BDF)   Jeu 23 Jan 2014 - 10:24

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Bahrain; Next generation attack helicopter program

Bahraini AF plans to replace its AH-1E Cobra helicopters. Candidate models are known to include US AH-64D, European Tiger, Turkish T.129, Russian Mi-28, Ka-52.



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MessageSujet: Re: Armée Bahraini / Bahrain Defence Force (BDF)   Sam 25 Jan 2014 - 4:03

F-16C Blk40


Hawk Mk129


UH60M

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MessageSujet: Re: Armée Bahraini / Bahrain Defence Force (BDF)   Mar 12 Aoû 2014 - 19:35



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Rosoboronexport has signed large contracts with a number of Middle East and North African countries. Rosoboronexport will supply Kornet-EM antitank missiles to Bahrain while Namibia is buying small arms, Kornet-E systems, Isaikin said.

"The largest contracts have been signed with countries of the Middle East and North Africa. They envision the supplies of practically all kinds of weapons and military equipment," Isaikin said, adding that the contracts with Bahrein and Namibia were a benchmark.

According to the Rosoboronexport executive, Bahrain has become the first buyer of Kornet-EM systems, while the contract with Namibia is the first weapons supply contract with that country in the past 15 years. It envisions supplies of smalls arms, armaments for special units, mortars, Kornet-E antitank systems, vehicles, ammunition and simulators.

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MessageSujet: Re: Armée Bahraini / Bahrain Defence Force (BDF)   Mer 13 Aoû 2014 - 20:47

J'adore ce type de matos , ce monstre de Kornet plus la mobilité , résultat garanti .

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Bahrain orders latest Kornet ATGW

Bahrain will be the first user of the Kornet-EM anti-tank guided weapon (ATGW) system, the ITAR-TASS news agency cited Anatoly Isaykin, the director general of the Russian arms export agency Rosoboronexport, as saying on 12 August.

The Kornet-EM is a vehicle-mounted system with two retractable launchers, each with four laser-guided, fire-and-forget missiles and its own optronic and guidance package. This means the system can simultaneously engage two targets.

The promoters of the system say this also means the system can destroy a vehicle fitted with an active protection system by firing two missiles at it. They claim its accuracy is five times better than that of earlier Kornet versions due to the use of an automatic target tracker.

The range is also significantly longer than earlier versions: 10 km when firing a missile with a thermobaric warhead and 8 km when firing one with tandem high-explosive anti-tank warheads.

Isaykin said Bahrain's Kornet-EM order was one of "a number of major arms contracts with the Middle East and North Africa … they include supplies of virtually all types of weapons and military equipment".

He added that Namibia had ordered Kornet-E ATGW systems as part of a package that included vehicles, mortars, munitions, simulators, personal weapons, and equipment for special units.

http://www.janes.com/article/41871/bahrain-orders-latest-kornet-atgw?from_rss=1&utm_medium=twitter&utm_source=twitterfeed

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MessageSujet: Re: Armée Bahraini / Bahrain Defence Force (BDF)   Sam 23 Aoû 2014 - 10:02

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MessageSujet: Re: Armée Bahraini / Bahrain Defence Force (BDF)   Mer 22 Oct 2014 - 1:43

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New Bahrain F-16 Paint Scheme
The Royal Bahraini Air Force adopted a new paint scheme this year for their F-16s. The scheme incorporates a low-vis Falcon on the tail as well as more subdued rondel and flag symbols.


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MessageSujet: Re: Armée Bahraini / Bahrain Defence Force (BDF)   Ven 23 Jan 2015 - 15:38

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Bahraini air force details modernisation plans

Gareth Jennings, London - IHS Jane's Defence Weekly


The Royal Bahraini Air Force is currently in negotiations with Turkish Aerospace Industries (TAI) for the T129 ATAK combat helicopter.
Once in service, the T129 will augment the service's upgraded Cobras. Source: TAI  


The Royal Bahraini Air Force (RBAF) is to embark on a comprehensive modernisation plan to enhance the capabilities of both its fixed- and rotary-winged combat fleets, a senior officer disclosed on 22 January.

Speaking at the IQPC International Military Helicopter conference in London, Colonel Salah Al Mansoor, Head of Planning, HQ, RBAF, said that the service is about to undertake a two-phased recapitalisation programme that will see some of its current inventory first upgraded, with new platform acquisitions to follow after.

"We are a very new air force," said Col Al Mansoor. "In 1985 we got our [Northrop] F-5s, and in 1990 our [Lockheed Martin] F-16s and we need to upgrade our fleets."

According to the colonel, Phase 1, which is currently under way, will first see the RBAF upgrade its fleet of Bell AH-1 Cobra attack helicopters. "For the Cobra upgrade we are looking to integrate new and modern weapons systems to improve the combat effectiveness and to enhance coalition interoperability. We also want to improve the [crew's] situational awareness," he said.

The fixed-wing portion of the Phase 1 upgrade involves upgrading the air force's F-16C/D platforms. "For the F-16s, we are looking to integrate the new generation of smart guided-weapons, new systems, advanced avionics and displays, new sensors, datalinks, and a new active electronically scanned array [AESA] radar to be fitted now that Boeing has offered us its Advanced Mission Computer capability. Raytheon and Northrop Grumman are offering their [Raytheon Advanced Combat Radar (RACR) and Scalable Agile Beam Radar (SABR)] systems, but we have not finalised our choice yet," the colonel explained. This F-16 modernisation effort will begin in 2016 and run through to 2019.

With the F-16s set to be modernised, Col Al Mansoor noted that the RBAF will also look at improving its BAE Systems Hawk jet trainer aircraft to better prepare pilots for the advanced capabilities of the upgraded F-16s.

Phase 2, the colonel said, will see the air force acquire a new attack helicopter type, as well as a new 'generation 4+' combat aircraft. In terms of the rotary-winged portion of this phase, Col Al Mansoor said that the RBAF has now entered into negotiations with Turkish Aerospace Industries (TAI) for T129 ATAK combat helicopters. These, he noted, would augment the upgraded Cobras and replace the Eurocopter BO-105 Bolkow platforms that were first delivered in 1978.

The fixed-wing portion of Phase 2 will see the RBAF look to acquire a new fighter aircraft type "beyond 2025", to augment the upgraded F-16s and replace the F-5s.

ANALYSIS

While the RBAF was known to be looking at modernising its capabilities, Col Al Mansoor's comments provide the first official detail of these plans.

In early 2014 IHS Jane's reported that Bahrain was looking at a number of attack helicopter options, including the T129 and Bell AH-1Z Viper, and that other platforms such as the Airbus Tiger, Boeing AH-64E Apache, and Denel Rooivalk, Mil Mi-35 'Hind', Mi-28 'Havoc', and/or Kamov Ka-50/52 'Hokum' might also be offered. The colonel's comments are doubly surprising as they indicate that the air force has already made its selection (not something that has previously been known), and that the T129 will not actually replace the Cobra as had been thought.

In terms of the fixed-wing modernisation plans, while Col Al Mansoor did not name candidate platforms for the 'generation 4+' type that the air force is seeking beyond 2025, a number of manufacturers have declared an interest. In August 2013, government and industry officials confirmed that Bahrain and the United Kingdom were in preliminary talks over a potential sale of the Eurofighter Typhoon to the Middle Eastern nation. While no further announcements relating to this have been made, at this stage it would appear that the Typhoon is the frontrunner for this particular requirement.


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MessageSujet: Re: Armée Bahraini / Bahrain Defence Force (BDF)   Mar 17 Fév 2015 - 14:17




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MessageSujet: Re: Armée Bahraini / Bahrain Defence Force (BDF)   Dim 22 Mar 2015 - 11:01

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MessageSujet: Re: Armée Bahraini / Bahrain Defence Force (BDF)   Dim 22 Mar 2015 - 12:03

inauguration de la nouvelle base navale alhad
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MessageSujet: Re: Armée Bahraini / Bahrain Defence Force (BDF)   Jeu 21 Mai 2015 - 11:38

Les produits Turcs sont très efficace contre les manifestants.

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MessageSujet: Re: Armée Bahraini / Bahrain Defence Force (BDF)   Mar 16 Juin 2015 - 12:11

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MessageSujet: Re: Armée Bahraini / Bahrain Defence Force (BDF)   Ven 7 Aoû 2015 - 13:49

DSCA a écrit:
Bahrain – F-16 Follow-On Support

WASHINGTON, Aug 7, 2015 - The State Department has made a determination approving a possible Foreign Military Sale to Bahrain for F-16 follow-on support and associated equipment, parts and logistics for an estimated cost of $150 million. The Defense Security Cooperation Agency delivered the required certification notifying Congress of this possible sale on August 4, 2015.

The Government of Bahrain has requested a possible sale of follow on support for Bahrain’s existing F-16 fleet. Support will include support equipment, communications equipment, ammunition, personal training and training equipment, spare and repair parts, publications and technical documentation, Electronic Combat International Security Assistance Program, U.S. Government and contractor technical, logistics, and engineering support services, and other related elements of logistics and program support. The estimated cost is $150 million.
The proposed sale will contribute to the foreign policy and national security of the United States by helping improve the security of a Major Non-North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO) Ally, which has been and continues to be a key security partner in the region.

The follow-on support is required to maintain the operational readiness of the Royal Bahrain Air Force’s (RBAF) F-16 fleet. The RBAF’s F-16s are aging and periodic maintenance is becoming increasingly expensive. The age of the fleet, combined with an increased operational tempo due to recent involvement in Operation Inherent Resolve has led to increased focus on maintenance and sustainment. Bahrain will have no difficulty absorbing this additional support into its armed forces.

The principal contractor is unknown at this time. Contracts will be awarded when source of supply determines that defense articles and services are not available from stock or considered lead-time away. There are no known offset agreements proposed in connection with this potential sale.

Implementation of this proposed sale will not require the assignment of any additional U.S. or contractor representatives in Bahrain.

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MessageSujet: Re: Armée Bahraini / Bahrain Defence Force (BDF)   Dim 30 Aoû 2015 - 7:03

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Photo of Otokar Arma 6×6 armored personnel carrier of Bahrain armed forces By Dylan Vosman - Aug 29, 2015


Photo of Otokar Arma 6×6 armored personnel carrier of Bahrain armed forces in Yemen The Bahrain Armed Forces are now equipped with the ARMA 6×6 APC (Armoured Personnel Carrier) designed and manufactured by the Turkish Defence Company Otokar. The Arma 6×6 was presented for the first time to the public during the defense exhibition of Paris, Eurosatory in 2010. The ARMA is a new product family within the Otokar’s the tactical wheeled armoured vehicle range with modular multi-wheel configuration. ARMA vehicle platform with superior tactical and technical features will be an outstanding and cost effective product among competitive products. Thanks to the high level of ballistic and mine protection as well as, the outstanding design allowing the integration of various types of weapon stations and mission equipment, ARMA will be an adaptable platform for evolving mission needs in a modern battlefield. The Arma 6×6 is motorised with a 450 hp water-cooled turbo diesel capable of running on F-34 or F-54 fuel drives the wheels through an automatic gearbox and single-speed transfer box, giving it a top speed of 105 km/h and a power/weight ratio of 24.3 hp/tonne. This also powers the onboard 24 V DC electrical system, which incorporates two maintenance-free 125 Ah batteries and a 3.3 kW converter. Arma’s front two axles are steerable enabling it to make a turning radius of 7.85 m and the vehicle rides on independent hydropneumatic suspension, offering respectable off-road mobility and comfort. It can negotiate 45-degree approach and departure angles leading onto 60 per cent inclines and 30 per cent side-slopes. It can also cross 1.2 m-wide trenches and climb over 60 cm obstacles.






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MessageSujet: Re: Armée Bahraini / Bahrain Defence Force (BDF)   Lun 7 Sep 2015 - 6:32

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Perte de 60 soldats
La coalition arabe intensifie ses raids au Yémen
6 septembre 2015 - AFP-LE MATIN 6 septembre 2015 - 07h03


Ce sont les Emirats arabes unis qui ont payé le plus lourd tribut avec 45 morts, suivis de l'Arabie Saoudite (10) puis de Bahreïn (5), dans cette attaque menée par les rebelles qui, selon une source militaire et un ministre émirati, ont tiré un missile sol-sol contre une base de la coalition à Safer dans la province de Marib, à l'est de Sanaa.

Les Emirats, l'un des principaux piliers de la coalition, ont décrété trois jours de deuil et les drapeaux ont été mis en berne après ce «Vendredi noir» qui apparaît comme le coup le plus meurtrier porté à leur armée depuis l'indépendance en 1971.

Pour l'Arabie Saoudite, il s'agit des premières victimes parmi ses forces en territoire yéménite depuis qu'elle a pris fin mars la tête de la coalition arabe pour mener des frappes contre les rebelles chiites soutenus par l'Iran et les empêcher de prendre le contrôle du pays.

En représailles, les avions émiratis et saoudiens ont intensifié samedi leurs raids contre les positions des rebelles Houthis et de leurs alliés -des unités de l'armée restées fidèles à l'ex-président Ali Abdallah Saleh.

Ils ont attaqué le QG des forces spéciales à Sanaa et des dépôts d'armes sur deux collines surplombant la capitale contrôlée par les rebelles, provoquant des explosions, selon des témoins.

Raids les plus violents

Des colonnes de fumée se sont élevées des sites bombardés, alors que les habitants, pris de panique, se sont terrés chez eux. «Ce sont les raids les plus violents à Sanaa» depuis le début de la campagne aérienne arabe le 26 mars, selon un responsable local.

Les avions ont également visé des positions à Bayhan, au sud de Marib, tuant douze rebelles, a indiqué un officier loyaliste. C'est de Bayhan qu'a été tiré le missile contre la base de la coalition, selon un responsable provincial et l'officier.

La coalition arabe est intervenue au Yémen pour soutenir le pouvoir du président Abd Rabbo Mansour Hadi, poussé à l'exil en Arabie Saoudite voisine par la progression des Houthis qui se sont emparés de vastes régions à la faveur d'une offensive lancée en juillet 2014.

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MessageSujet: Re: Armée Bahraini / Bahrain Defence Force (BDF)   Jeu 10 Sep 2015 - 4:35

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Bahrain naval vessels set for upgrade

Nicholas de Larrinaga, London - IHS Jane's Navy International
08 September 2015


he Royal Bahrain Naval Force has contracted Selex ES to upgrade six of its ships, the company announced on 8 September.

Selex ES said the upgrade work is worth more than EUR50 million (USD56 million) and will be completed within five years. The value of the contract also includes training services and logistics.

But the company disclosed neither the vessels to be upgraded nor the upgrade package they will receive.

ANALYSIS
The Royal Bahrain Naval Force is small and mainly comprised of patrol craft, while the value of the contract indicates the package is for vessels of some size. This could point to the contract being for an upgrade of the service's two Al Manama-class (MGB 62 Type) corvettes and four Ahmad Al Fateh-class (TNC 45 Type) fast attack craft.










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