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German President Joachim Gauck (L) and Regional Commander North Major General Erich Pfeffer boards an U.S. Army Blackhawk helicopter for a sightseeing flight during a visit of the German Armed Forces Bundeswehr in Camp Marmal, near the northern Afghan city of Mazar-e-Sharif December 19, 2012. *******/Fabrizio Bensch Armée Allemande (Bundeswehr) - Page 20 Ma114




German President Joachim Gauck (L) and his partner Daniela Schadt sit in an U.S. Army Blackhawk helicopter for a sightseeing flight during a visit of the German Armed Forces Bundeswehr in Camp Marmal, near the northern Afghan city of Mazar-e-Sharif December 19, 2012. *******/Fabrizio Bensch
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German President Joachim Gauck walks in front of a Dingo armoured personnel carrier during a visit to the German Armed Forces Bundeswehr at Camp Marmal, near the northern Afghan city of Mazar-e-Sharif December 19, 2012. *******/Fabrizio Bensch Armée Allemande (Bundeswehr) - Page 20 Ma117




German President Joachim Gauck walks in front of an Fuchs armoured personnel carrier during a visit to the German Armed Forces Bundeswehr at Camp Marmal, near the northern Afghan city of Mazar-e-Sharif December 19, 2012. *******/Fabrizio Bensch

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German attack helicopters to augment forces in Afghanistan


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A Tiger attack helicopter flies a test mission Thursday near Mazar-e Sharif, in northern Afghanistan. The German army recently sent four Tigers to Afghanistan, representing the country's first deployment of attack helicopters in combat.Heath Druzin/Stars and Stripes
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A Tiger attack helicopter readies for take-off Thursday at Camp Marmal, near Mazar-e Sharif in northern Afghanistan. The German army recently sent four Tigers to Afghanistan, representing the country's first deployment of attack helicopters in combat.
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A Tiger attack helicopter flies a test mission Thursday near Mazar-e Sharif, in northern Afghanistan. The German army recently sent four Tigers to Afghanistan, representing the country's first deployment of attack helicopters in combat.
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MAZAR-I-SHARIF, Afghanistan — Silhouetted against the towering Marmal mountains outside this northern city, a camouflage helicopter bristling with weaponry swooped low over the brown plains Thursday, representing a new phase in Germany’s military mission in Afghanistan.

The delivery of four Tiger helicopters to Afghanistan represents the first attack helicopter deployment in the history of the German army and has been a long time in the making, with pilots training for nearly two years for the mission amid delays and political wrangling.

The Tiger, produced by Eurocopter, can carry both air-to-air and air-to-ground missiles, is equipped with a 30 mm turreted gun and reconnaissance capabilities. The $40 million aircraft is also used by the French, Australian and Spanish militaries.

There have been safety concerns surrounding the Tiger, with Australian pilots briefly refusing to fly the aircraft after several incidents of fumes in the cockpit, according to Australian news reports.

Army Lt. Col. Carsten, who by German military custom would only be quoted by first name, is one of the first German pilots to deploy with the Tigers and took part in the choppers’ maiden voyage in Afghanistan on Wednesday. He said he is eager to start flying combat missions, which are expected to start in February.

“We are very pleased by its sensors, its system and its agility,” he said.

Ground forces in northern Afghanistan have relied largely on American Apache helicopters for close air support and those choppers will continue to fly missions in the region, though the Tigers should lessen their workload, said Maj. Eric Hanes, executive officer for Task Force Ready, which oversees helicopter operations out of Mazar-i-Sharif.

“It’s definitely going to reduce the need for our Apaches,” he said. “The key is just integrating them.”

The presence of the Tigers may also boost the pride of German forces, said German army Col. Ulrich Ott, commander of Air Wing Mazar-i-Sharif, which oversees the Tigers.

“It’s quite an important emotional feeling that there are German helicopters protecting them on the mission,” he said.

Ott says he looks forward to working with the Apache pilots and leaning on their lengthy combat experience, which has spanned two wars over the past 11 years in Iraq and Afghanistan.

“We hope to have a close cooperation with them, and I think we can learn a lot,” he said.

While the north has escaped much of the violence of Afghanistan’s southern and eastern provinces, it includes the main north-south artery between Kabul and the Uzbekistan and Tajikistan borders, which are key to both NATO supply convoys and Afghan commerce. Protecting the road is a main focus of forces in the north.
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Thales to supply equipment for German Army's Gladius system
10 January 2013
Rheinmetall Defence has awarded a subcontract to Thales for the production and delivery of night-vision goggles (NVGs) and infrared (IR) modules for the Gladius soldier system being manufactured for the German Army.

The company will develop and supply 310 light and compact intensifier (LUCIE) II D goggles and 16 IR modules for 30 Gladius systems, previously called 'Infantry Soldier of the Future' (IdZ 2), under the €7.5m contract.

Additional deliveries include 300 ultra high-frequency (UHF) radios of SOLAR 400 EG-E type, lithium-ion batteries, charging stations, antenna kits, adapters and cables, as well as logistics documentation and training to the army.

The contract also includes option for delivery of a second set comprising 600 goggles, 192 IR modules and 600 radio systems.

LUCIE II D is an upgraded version of Thales LUCIE goggles featuring a modular design, an integrated organic light-emitting diode (OLED) technology based data and video display, as well as operationally enhanced night vision component.

With a 51° wide field of vision, the LUCIE II D is considered as Bundeswehr's standard NVG, and facilitates deployment with regard to mobility, observation / identification and effectiveness.

A new type of goggles, Lucie II DIR, has been manufactured by the company through adaptation of the IR module to the goggles to help improve the soldier's reconnaissance performance and night-combat capabilities in the battlefield.

The SOLAR 400EG-E UHF radio enables simultaneous transmission of voice and data at high-quality duplex mode between soldiers in the group on three logical channels at a distance of up to 2km in the combat zone.

It features an IP capable integrated, high-performance communications processor, which establishes links to the central processor on the soldier's back, to the vehicle in mounted operation, and to the VHF lead radio of the team leader.

Equipped with charge status indicator, the Li-Ion batteries provide soldiers with central, uninterruptible power supply of the control and communications system in the battlefield.
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Mali: Berlin met deux avions de transport à disposition de la Cédéao

BERLIN - Berlin a annoncé mercredi mettre deux avions de transport Transall à disposition de la Cédéao pour contribuer à l'opération militaire lancée le 11 janvier par Paris au Mali contre des islamistes.

L'Allemagne va participer (...) avec un soutien logistique, en loccurrence la mise à disposition d'appareils de transport de type Transall à l'opération, a déclaré le ministres de la Défense Thomas de Maizière lors d'un point presse aux côtés de son homologue des Affaires étrangères Guido Westerwelle, précisant qu'il s'agissait de deux avions.

L'aide est à destination des Etats de la Cédéao, a précisé M. de Maizière. Nous sommes prêts à transporter des troupes des Etats de la Cédéao vers Bamako.

Le départ des appareils pourrait avoir lieu sans délai après avoir réglé quelques questions techniques, a indiqué M. de Maizière. Il a souligné que le gouvernement n'avait pas besoin d'un feu vert du parlement allemand pour mettre en oeuvre une telle aide logistique.

M. Westerwelle a annoncé par ailleurs une aide humanitaire d'un million d'euros à destination des réfugiés dans les pays voisins du Mali. De nombreuses personnes ont fui devant les combats provoqués par ces groupes de rebelles islamistes. Une grande partie d'entre eux sont allés dans les pays voisins. Il faut les aider, a-t-il déclaré.

Nous, les Allemands, nous connaissons notre responsabilité pour l'Europe et aussi pour la sécurité et l'intégrité de notre propre pays. C'est une opération importante qui a lieu actuellement et c'est pourquoi il est bon et nécessaire que l'Allemagne y participe, a-t-il ajouté.

Interrogé par des journalistes, M. de Maizière a justifié l'octroi de l'aide logistique aux pays de la Cédéao plutôt qu'à la France. La France a reçu des offres d'aide de transport d'autres Etat, dont la Grande Bretagne. Les Etats de la Cédéao n'ont pour l'instant reçu aucune aide de ce type. C'est pourquoi ce que nous faisons (...) est particulièrement approprié aux besoins.

Il a souligné qu'une demande officielle d'aide du gouvernement français, reçue hier à Berlin, évoquait un besoin de transport aérien pour la France ou des Etats tiers participant à l'opération. Nous nous sommes décidés pour les Etats de la Cédéao, a-t-il dit.

Lors d'une conférence de presse séparée, le porte-parole de M. Westerwelle, Andreas Peschke, a indiqué qu'une réunion du Conseil de défense franco-allemand était prévue mardi à Berlin, dans le cadre des festivités du 50e anniversaire du Traité d'amitié entre les deux pays, et que le Mali sera un sujet.

La Communauté économique des Etats de l'Afrique de l'Ouest (Cédéao) doit former une force d'intervention de 3.300 soldats contre les islamistes occupant le nord du Mali, conformément à une résolution de l'ONU.

Sur le terrain, l'armée française, qui pilonne depuis le 11 janvier les positions des jihadistes, a entamé mardi un engagement au sol, avec une colonne se dirigeant vers la localité de Diabali, à environ 400 km au nord de Bamako, sous contrôle islamiste.

Plus de 800 soldats français sont d'ores et déjà déployés au Mali, et leur nombre devrait à terme s'élever à 2.500.

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GE Marine reports that it will provide MTU Friedrichshafen, Friedrichshafen, Germany, with one LM2500 gas turbine for the German Navy’s fourth Baden-Württemberg-class (F125) frigate.

For each new F125 frigate, MTU will provide the German Navy with one LM2500 gas turbine, two electric motors and four diesel generator-sets in combined diesel-electric and gas turbine propulsion arrangement. The keel for the first F125 frigate was laid in November 2011 at the Blohm +Voss shipyard in Hamburg.

GE LM2500s also power the German Navy’s Bremen- (F122), Brandenburg- (F123) and Sachsen-class (F124) frigates.

The LM2500 gas turbine will be manufactured at GE’s Evendale, Ohio, facility and will be delivered to MTU’s Friedrichshafen in February 2014 for placement into the propulsion module. The ship is expected to be launched in 2015, and commissioned by the German Navy in 2017.

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A New “Eye” for the Leopard: Cassidian Optronics Supplies the “Attica” Thermal Imaging Unit for Leopard 2 Battle Tanks


(Source: Cassidian; issued January 22, 2013)



OBERKOCHEN, Germany --- Cassidian Optronics GmbH, previously known as Carl Zeiss Optronics GmbH, will supply the new “Attica” thermal imaging unit for the commander’s periscope in the Bundeswehr’s Leopard 2 battle tanks.

After extensive trials, the German procurement authority BAAINBw (Federal Office of Bundeswehr Equipment, Information Technology and In-Service Support) has awarded this Cassidian subsidiary an order to deliver the Attica to a value of almost 7 million euros.

The third generation of thermal imaging equipment from Cassidian Optronics thus becomes the standard for the commander’s Peri R17 periscope, which is also supplied by Cassidian Optronics.

The use of the Attica thermal imaging device significantly enhances the tank commander’s ability to acquire targets, thus improving the safety of the crew. With the Peri R17, the commander is able to supply the gunner with marked targets by day and night, to then be able to acquire other targets without delay. The acquisition of targets can thus be separated from their engagement, which enables quicker reactions.

The Attica system meets the complex requirements presented by today’s mission scenarios. This equipment, which has already been selected for the Puma armoured infantry fighting vehicle, is thus developing into a unit which is used across the Bundeswehr, especially in the tank force and mechanised infantry, as well as in the artillery. This results in logistical benefits and a reduction in operating costs when using thermal imaging equipment from the same family of products.

As a consequence of this German decision, other states in the “LEOBEN” association of Leopard user states are also planning procurement of the Peri R17. This will further standardise the level of configuration for the LEOBEN states.

Employing about 800 staff at the German locations of Oberkochen and Wetzlar, and at Irene in South Africa, Cassidian Optronics GmbH develops and manufactures optical and optronic products which are used in military ground, sea and air systems as well as in border and security technologies, but also in non-military high-tech systems and in the aerospace sector. Cassidian Optronics combines the optical and optronic precision technology from Carl Zeiss Optronics with Cassidian’s know-how as a global market leader in defence and security technology.


Cassidian, an EADS company, is a worldwide leader in global security solutions and systems, providing Lead Systems Integration and value-added products and services to civil and military customers around the globe. In 2011, Cassidian – with around 28,000 employees – achieved revenues of € 5.8 billion.

EADS is a global leader in aerospace, defence and related services. In 2011, the Group – comprising Airbus, Astrium, Cassidian and Eurocopter – generated revenues of € 49.1 billion and employed a workforce of more than 133,000.



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Cassidian's new TRS-4D naval radar demonstrates its capability




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  • Radar for F125 frigates successfully accepted by the customers
  • New detection options for navy ships
Armée Allemande (Bundeswehr) - Page 20 TRS-4D_F125_red "Cassidian's new TRS-4D naval radar provides the German Navy's F125 frigates with unprecedented detection capabilities." Image: Arge F125
The German Navy's F125 class frigates will be equipped with Cassidian's newly developed TRS-4D naval radar, which will provide them with reconnaissance and surveillance capabilities that are unique worldwide. Cassidian, the defence and security division of EADS, has now successfully passed the first factory acceptance test for the radar system carried out by the customers, the German procurement authority BAAINBw and Blohm + Voss Naval. The first unit, which will equip a land-based system in Wilhelmshaven, is planned to be delivered next month. The first TRS-4D for the "Baden-Württemberg" lead ship is scheduled for delivery in August.

"This new radar guarantees high operational availability on long-term missions and also improves the survivability of navy ships," explains Elmar Compans, head of the Sensors & Electronic Warfare unit at Cassidian.

TRS-4D enables ships ranging from patrol vessels to frigates to carry out the various detection tasks required of ship-borne, medium-range radar systems both in the open sea as well as in complex coastal zones with a high target density. Compared to conventional radars, this more accurate, faster system now tackles a wider-than-ever scope of targets, e.g. for protection against asymmetric attacks.

The new radar is based on a unique system concept. In contrast to any other systems available on the market, the TRS-4D is the first surveillance radar to make full use of the advantages of AESA technology (AESA = Active Electronically Scanned Array), which is based on multiple independent emitters. This results in a detection performance that is unprecedented worldwide. The core element of AESA technology as it is used here is a multitude of Cassidian-made transmit and receive modules based on the very latest gallium nitride (GaN) technology. GaN has unique electronic features such as high power efficiency, and also allows for very efficient industrial production processes. Cassidian is the European leader in this technology.

The TRS-4D system concept provides navies and coast guards with all of the benefits of AESA technology, which up to now had only been available in very expensive systems. Cassidian is now also making this technology competitive for medium-sized surveillance and target acquisition radars. For the F125 frigates the system will be deployed in a version with four fixed arrays. However, a version with a single, mechanically rotating antenna is also available.

The four F125 frigates of the "Baden-Württemberg" class should replace the F122 "Bremen" class ships from 2016.
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'Credible Deterrence': Germany Plans to Deploy Armed Drones (excerpt)


(Source: Spiegel Online; published January 25, 2013)



A document obtained by SPIEGEL ONLINE indicates the German government is preparing to procure armed drones for foreign combat. Opposition politicians are outraged by the development and note that the use of weapons-equipped unmanned aircraft is legally dubious and possibly unethical.

Bowing to pressure from the German armed forces, the Bundeswehr, the federal government in Berlin is preparing to deploy armed, unmanned drones in foreign conflicts. In an answer to an official query made by the far-left Left Party, which has been obtained by SPIEGEL ONLINE, the German government wrote that its experience in foreign combat operations has made it clear that reconnaissance vehicles must be armed "in order to provide protection against sudden and serious changes in the situation."

As opposed to unarmed surveillance drones, these aircraft could attack known targets in a "quick, precise and scalable" way, the document stated. "In addition, the new features would confront opposing forces with a permanent and unpredictable threat that would limit their ability to act." It went on to say that the weapons boost safety and security through "credible deterrence," pointing to the "Predator" drones used by the United States as a possible model.

The government decision on armed drones brings the German air force one step closer to implementing a long-standing plan to dramatically alter the country's drone fleets. Unlike the United States, Germany has only been using unarmed drones in combat. For aerial reconnaissance in Afghanistan, the Defense Ministry leases the drone model "Heron 1" from an Israeli consortium and also relies on drones built by the German company Rheinmetall. But the government's contract with the Israeli group runs out at the end of 2014, and the military has been searching for a replacement for some time now.

The move is likely to rekindle the debate within the government over fighter drones. Last year, the head of the German air force, Karl Müllner, landed in hot water shortly after assuming office for vehemently supporting the purchase of armed drone systems. At the time, the government remained cautious and called for a "broad discussion" in parliament before making any decision.

Nevertheless, Defense Minister Thomas de Maizière has always been open to having armed drones. "Aircraft are allowed to carry weapons, so why shouldn't an unmanned aircraft also be able to do so?" de Maizière, a member of Chancellor Angela Merkel's conservative Christian Democratic Union (CDU), said in an interview with the German daily Die Welt. "The new weapons have a huge advantage: They are more targeted. And the better one can target, the less damage there will be," he said. (end of excerpt)

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Rheinmetall to provide gun mount-adaptable aiming system for German Army
1 February 2013
Rheinmetall Defence has been awarded a contract to supply high-performance electro-optical (EO) sensors, gun mount-adaptable aiming system (LAZ) for integration with German Army vehicles.

Under the terms of €55m contract, the company will deliver 418 LAZ 200 and 275 LAZ 400L sensors for installation on around 700 remote control weapon stations (RCWS) on different vehicle types.

The contract has been awarded as part of a Bundeswehr procurement programme, which aims to significantly improve self-defence capabilities of numerous vehicle types, in addition to enhancing their night fighting capabilities.

Serving as the central element of the RCWS's electronic fire control unit, the sensor is capable of helping vehicle crew in target recognition, tracking and engagement in the battlefield.

Operating with RCWS enables crew members to safely respond to threats without leaving the armoured vehicle fighting compartment, which potentially eliminates exposure to enemy fire.

The legacy weapon systems can be operated only with the hatch open in unprotected mode.

Manufactured at the company's Ismaning plant, the LAZ 200 is a compact and lightweight sensor unit that features a thermal imager with three fields of view in non-cooled or cooled modes and a high resolution CCD daylight camera.

The advanced LAZ 400L model is equipped with a cooled thermal imaging device with enhanced night-vision capabilities, an eye-safe laser rangefinder, as well as operator interface and display devices that comprises an integral part of the overall weapon station system.

The sensors have already proven to be highly effective while operating from Bundeswehr's M93A1/M93A1P1 Fox NBC reconnaissance vehicle, Boxer, Yak and Dingo heavy armoured vehicles.

Deliveries under the contract are scheduled to continue for the next four years.

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Rheinmetall to supply the Bundeswehr with seven Fuchs/Fox armoured vehicles for clearing IEDs


€37 million order includes state-of-the-art manipulator technology


The German Bundeswehr has contracted with Rheinmetall to supply it with seven Fuchs/Fox armoured vehicles specially configured for detecting and identifying roadside bombs, mines, etc. This new Fuchs/Fox variant is called the KAI, short for its official Germany designation, “Kampfmittelaufklärung und –identifizierung”. The order is worth around €37 million.

The vehicles reinforce the Bundeswehr’s “Route Clearance System” for reconnoitring and neutralizing improvised explosive devices, or IEDs, from the safety of an armoured fighting compartment. A total of seven vehicles are to be delivered between November 2013 and November 2014.

In current and future peace enforcement and peacekeeping missions, IEDs will continue to pose a major threat to troops deployed in harm’s way. Today, the Bundeswehr still relies on troops equipped with manual devices for keeping routes of march and lines of advance free from roadside bombs, etc. As a result, current EOD detection and clearing procedures are not only labour- and time-intensive but potentially dangerous.

Besides excellent crew protection, the Fuchs/Fox KAI features a multiple-joint, high-precision manipulator arm with a 10-metre reach and heavy lifting capacity. The manipulator arm makes it possible for EOD personnel to examine and identify unexploded ordnance and IEDs with extreme precision from a safe standoff without leaving the safety of the fighting compartment. Moreover, a special rescue platform can be used for evacuating personnel and equipment from the danger zone.

The Fuchs/Fox vehicle used for the KAI platform is the latest version of this tried and tested 6x6 wheeled vehicle, which occupies a prominent place in the Bundeswehr inventory. First fielded some thirty years ago, Rheinmetall has steadily upgraded the protection level and operational capabilities of this robust, reliable three-axle vehicle, adding modular protection features, a reinforced chassis and fragment-reducing spall liner in the interior of the fighting compartment.

In addition, the Fuchs/Fox 1A8 is equipped with highly effective anti-landmine and IED protection elements, special suspended seating that keeps the crew’s feet off the floor of the hull, textile rifle holders and nets for securing all wall-mounted equipment. As an option, the vehicles can also be outfitted with the Group’s Active Defence System (ADS), which neutralizes incoming projectiles just before impact.

The Bundeswehr plans to deploy the Fuchs/Fox KAI in Afghanistan starting in the 4th quarter of 2014: even in a drawdown scenario there are numerous vehicle movements, and countering the threat from booby traps and roadside bombs will be as important as ever.


A high-tech system of systems


The Fuchs/Fox KAI adds a new dimension to the Bundeswehr’s heavy mine-clearing capability, and is intended to reconnoitre danger zones that the Route Clearance System cannot reach. In addition, KAI will also be able to serve as a standalone EOD detection system for reconnoitring hotspots during convoy escort operations.

The Route Clearance System (RCP) consists of four vehicles: one for reconnaissance; one for clearing IEDs, mines, etc.; a control vehicle; and another used for transport.

Rheinmetall’s remote control Wiesel detection vehicle, equipped with a newly developed dual sensor with integrated ground penetration radar and a metal detector, has the task in the GRCP of detecting landmines and IEDs on roads. The Fuchs/Fox 1A8 armoured transport vehicle serves as a mobile, highly protected control centre, equipped with operator interfaces as well as systems for evaluating the signals from the dual sensor.

Forming part of a separate order, the “Mini MineWolf” manipulator vehicle is used for the disposal of dangerous unexploded ordnance by remote control.

Depending on the specific mission, this approx. 10-tonne manipulator vehicle can be equipped with tools such as a robotic arm, tiller system or bulldozer blade. An integrated video system instantly transmits imagery back to the EOD specialists in the Fuchs/Fox operator vehicle, keeping them in the picture at all times.

Finally, a Multi FSA logistics vehicle made by Rheinmetall MAN Military Vehicles (RMMV) has the task of transporting the vehicles of the Route Clearance System.

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Bundeswehr fields new Gladius soldier system – €84 million order for 60 more systems placed with Rheinmetall


Moves by the German Bundeswehr to equip its infantry forces with the state-of-the-art Gladius soldier system are gathering pace. In January 2013, the Düsseldorf, Germany-based Rheinmetall Group was awarded an order to supply a further sixty systems. The procurement programme began in 2012 with an initial order of thirty systems, enough to equip 300 troops.

This follow-up order is worth €84 million, and encompasses equipment for 60 infantry sections with a total of 600 soldiers.

Delivery of the new systems will take place in two lots consisting of thirty systems each, the first one in the middle of 2013, another at the end of the year. This will ensure that the next two contingents of Bundeswehr troops due to deploy to Afghanistan will receive the new equipment well in advance.

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As planned, the Bundeswehr is currently taking delivery of the thirty Gladius systems it ordered in 2012. The troops will have until June 2013 to train with the new system before going to Afghanistan.

Developed by Rheinmetall and originally known as “Infanterist der Zukunft (IdZ 2)” or “Future Soldier”, Gladius is the most advanced system of its kind anywhere. Its introduction is a major step forward for the Bundeswehr, which will significantly improve the overall operational effectiveness of German infantry units while simultaneously enhancing the survivability of individual soldiers.


An expanded set of capabilities

Gladius substantially exceeds the capabilities of previous infantry systems used by the Bundeswehr, especially with regard to networkability, command and control, and combat effectiveness. Reflecting the heightened requirements profile of the user as well as incorporating knowledge gained during comprehensive testing and in the field, Gladius is essentially a new, highly advanced system.

A prominent feature of the Gladius system is the holistic design approach that takes full account of the complex operational requirements levied on modern soldier systems. Gladius is intended first and foremost to bring the 10-man infantry section and its vehicle into the network-enabled operational loop. This network, consisting of reconnaissance, command and control components, and weapons, enables rapid exchange of information as well as shared situational awareness as the basis for planning and conducting operations.

The individual soldier receives all relevant data concerning the tactical situation, the position of friendly forces, the mission, and system status. It includes a GPS and an inertial navigation system as well as a magnetic compass, facilitating reliable orientation on the ground.

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Improved ergonomics and superb protection

Equally impressive are the system’s ergonomic features, especially with regard to weight reduction, miniaturization and improved integration of individual components. The modular battle dress uniform, body armour and harness system provide excellent protection from detection in the visual and infrared spectrum as well as from the weather – even in extreme climate zones – and especially from biological and chemical agents. Flame-retardant equipment and vector protection round out the system’s high level of protection. The system is integrated into an “electronic backbone” that contains the radio, core computer, batteries and GPS module.

More than just the sum of its parts, the Gladius system puts Bundeswehr infantrymen on the global cutting edge, placing them ahead of their peers in terms of networking capabilities, command and control, and operational efficiency.

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Thales Is Supplying the German Armed Forces with Thermal Imaging Observation Equipment


(Source: Thales; issued Feb. 25, 2013)



STUTTGART, Germany --- The Federal Office of Bundeswehr Equipment, Information Technology and In-Service Support (BAAINBw) has awarded Thales the contract for the manufacture and supply of ten sets of Sophie XF Type long-range cooled thermal imagers.

The order also extends to logistical support, documentation and training. The agreed delivery date is for the autumn of 2013. Sophie XF is designed to complement around 100 previous systems used by the German Armed Forces.

Sophie XF is a hand-held, multi-functional thermal imaging device with laser range finder, daylight camera and position sensor (GPS receiver and digital compass). The continuous optical zoom makes the high optical performance capability very easy to use.

The German Armed Forces will use this long-range imager for surveillance, target acquisition and identification and determining the coordinates of these targets at night and in adverse visibility conditions.

What makes Sophie XF distinctive is its multitude of measurement and recording options, low-weight, longer-life batteries and reduced noise generation. "We are delighted with this follow-up procurement order, which will provide the user with an innovative, user-friendly device with a wide range of applications", said Holger Brandt, Vice President Defence & Security Systems Thales Deutschland, commenting on the contract.

The Sophie family is the gold standard of hand-held thermal imaging in the international marketplace. Thales played a pioneering role in 1998 with the launch of the first Infra-Red hand-held camera in the world. Since then, more than 12,000 have been delivered and are in service in more than 55 countries in the world. These thermal imagers play a vital role in situational awareness and are at the centre of decision making networks at all levels of armed and security forces.

For many years, the night vision goggles for helicopter pilots offered by Thales have been an excellent reference in the German market. Thales’ Lucie family of night vision goggles is a market leader in Germany. Thales has developed Lucie II D for the new "infantry of the future" (German acronym: IdZ) programs. This product and the new "Bonie M" night vision goggles for truckers completely meet the customers' purchase specifications.

In addition, Thales offers high-performance, advanced optronic vision systems for surveillance, reconnaissance and targeting to German systems houses from the group's extensive portfolio.

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Cassidian handed over the 100th Eurofighter to the German Air Force today, at
the Military Air Systems Centre in Manching. The anniversary aircraft with the
identifier 31x00 took off in the afternoon on its delivery flight to Boelke
Fighter Bomber Wing 31 in Noervenich. Speaking to invited delegates who included
politicians, representatives of the public authorities, the German armed forces
and industry, Bernhard Gerwert, CEO of Cassidian, underscored the importance of
this milestone for the company:

"The Eurofighter programme is and remains one of the essential pillars of
Cassidian's business. Eurofighter is the largest European high-tech programme
and is the most modern multi-role combat aircraft on the market today. Together
with the German Air Force, we can be proud that this programme is running
soundly and successfully."

General Lieutenant Karl Muellner, Chief of Staff of the German Air Force,
said: "Due to its interoperability, modularity and growth potential, the
multi-role weapon system, Eurofighter, is today, and will remain in future, the
backbone of the German Air Force's combat aircraft fleet, particularly in light
of the new orientation of our armed forces."

The German Air Force received its first Eurofighter from Cassidian at the
beginning of 2003. The combat aircraft was launched in Germany in 2004 and since
then has flown more than 30,000 flight hours without accident. The Eurofighter
is currently operational at ‘Steinhoff' Fighter Wing 73 in Laage, Fighter Wing
74 in Neuburg and ‘Boelke' Fighter Bomber Wing 31 in Noervenich.

The Eurofighter is the most modern and capable multi-role combat aircraft
currently on the market. Currently, seven nations (Germany, the UK, Italy,
Spain, Austria, Saudi Arabia and Oman) have procured the Eurofighter. At
present, the aircraft are being operated by 20 operative entities worldwide. To
date, the Eurofighter fleet has completed more than 160,000 flight hours
globally. It is thus the safest and one of the most reliable combat aircraft in
operational use.

With 719 aircraft under contract, 571 orders and 355 deliveries, the
Eurofighter is currently the largest military procurement programme in Europe
and, thanks to its high technology, boosts the European aviation industry's
standing in international competition. The programme means work for more than
100,000 people at 400 companies. Eurofighter Jagdflugzeug GmbH manages the
programme on behalf of the Eurofighter partner companies Alenia
Aermacchi/Finmeccanica, BAE Systems and Cassidian in Germany and Spain.
www.cassidian.com

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By Charles Hollosi
3/4/2013
The German Air Force (GAF) is scheduled to accept the Northrop Grumman RQ-4E Euro Hawk Full Scale Demonstrator as an operational platform in September.

Speaking at the IQPC Airborne ISR conference in London on 27 January, Lieutenant Colonel Roland Runge, head of the Offensive Air, Tactical Air Reconnaissance & UAS Division of the GAF Command, said the signals intelligence (SIGINT) high-altitude, long-endurance (HALE) unmanned aircraft system would be handed over on completion of a successful functional check flight, concluding the Euro Hawk SIGINT sensor flight test programme.

Following the first sensor test flight on 11 January, 13 additional such flights are planned, although there may be more if the test programme requires it. The handover marks the start of a 30-month customer logistic support phase incorporating operational trials, during which the GAF will progressively take over responsibility for operation and support of the aircraft.

Lt Col Runge told IHS Jane's that this phase could be extended by 12 months if necessary, although this has not yet been finalised contractually.

http://www.janes.com/products/janes/defence-security-report.aspx?ID=1065976795&channel=defence

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