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De bonne ou de mauvaise qualité, les armes russes semblent quand même bien se vendre
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Nouveau record des exportations d'armements russes ( selon Vedomosti)
09/ 02/ 2009

MOSCOU, 9 février - RIA Novosti. Le volume des exportations d'armements russes en 2008 a battu un nouveau record grâce aux gros contrats de livraison d'avions, lit-on lundi dans le quotidien Vedomosti.
Le montant des exportations d'armements russes en 2008 s'est chiffré à 8 milliards de dollars, a indiqué une source au sein d'un département du gouvernement chargé de la coopération militaire et technique. Ce montant
a été également confirmé par une source à Rostekhnologuii.
En outre, la part des exportations de Rosoboronexport, monopole des livraisons de systèmes d'armement en Russie, s'est chiffrée à 6,725 milliards de dollars, estime l'interlocuteur du Kommersant. Le reste représente des fournitures de composantes ou des contrats signés avant l'octroi à Rosoboronexport du monopole des exportations de systèmes assemblés en 2007. Il s'agit des livraisons de missiles antichars et de systèmes de DCA du Bureau d'études de construction d'appareils de Toula, des fournitures à l'Inde des missiles BrahMos, conçus par une entreprise mixte comprenant le Groupement de recherche et de production de Reoutov, et d'autres systèmes.
Ce chiffre représente un nouveau record des exportations d'armements russes, fait remarquer Konstantin Makienko, expert du Centre d'analyse des stratégies et des technologies. Selon le Service fédéral de coopération militaire et technique, le volume des livraisons de 2007 a atteint 7,4 milliards de dollars (la part de Rosoboronexport se chiffrant à 6,1 milliards) et celui de 2006 est évalué à 6,46 milliards de dollars (dont 5,3 milliards ont représenté les contrats de Rosoboronexport).
La partie russe parvient à conserver de tels volumes importants tout d'abord grâce à la validité des gros contrats de livraison des chasseurs Su-30. Selon un responsable d'une entreprise aéronautique, on a fourni l'année dernière plus de 40 avions de ce type: de 8 à 10 Su-30 MKA en Algérie, 6 Su-30 MKM en Malaisie, près de 16 Su-30 MKI, compte tenu des équipements destinés à l'assemblage de ces appareils sous licence, en Inde, 8 Su-30 MK2V au Venezuela et 2 Su-30 MK2 en Indonésie.
Avec les armements, le montant de ces livraisons atteint 30% du volume total des exportations, fait remarquer une source au sein de l'industrie aéronautique.
Rosoboronexport et la Chine ont signé à la fin du janvier un nouveau contrat important de livraison de 122 moteurs pour les chasseurs chinois J-10 pour une somme de près de 500 millions de dollars, a annoncé un responsable d'une entreprise aéronautique russe.
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Boeing to Lease 2nd Oklahoma City Facility

16:48 GMT, March 18, 2011 OKLAHOMA CITY | The Boeing Company today announced the beginning of construction of a second facility the company will lease in Oklahoma City. The new structure is needed to address an increase in the Boeing Oklahoma City work force due to program relocations and growth in the services business at the site.

The new six-story, 320,000-square-foot building will be designed and built by the Gardner Tanenbaum Group, a commercial real estate company headquartered in Oklahoma City. The building is expected to open in the second quarter of 2012.

In August 2010, Boeing announced plans to move the B-1 program and C-130 Avionics Modernization Program (AMP) to Oklahoma City from Long Beach, Calif.

"By moving B-1 and C-130 AMP to Oklahoma City, we are able to lower our operating costs and extend an increased value to our customer," said Mark Bass, Boeing vice president and general manager of Maintenance, Modifications & Upgrades. "Boeing appreciates the positive business environment created by the state of Oklahoma and its county and city governments. This environment contributes to our affordability, and the well-trained aerospace work force already in place will be key to our success."

Boeing Oklahoma City houses programs for two divisions under its Global Services & Support business: Maintenance, Modifications & Upgrades and Defense & Government Services. The site focuses on engineering, contractor logistics services and field support.

"Core to our success in the competitive services market is to be affordable for our customers," said Mike Emmelhainz, Boeing Oklahoma City site leader. "We have worked in Oklahoma City to create a business environment that allows Boeing to be affordable and competitive. Our partnership with Oklahoma and the business climate here are helping us win new business, create quality jobs and sustain our current work across all of our businesses."

Boeing currently employs 945 employees in Oklahoma, 745 of whom are located in Oklahoma City. Boeing will have nearly 1,500 employees in the state when the B-1 and C-130 transition is complete.

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According to Emerson Network Power, which has been designing and developing power supply products for the military and aerospace markets for over 35 years, the global military electronics market is worth about $77bn a year, while the global military avionics market is worth about $13.5bn a year, adding that the use of commercial-off-the-shelf (COTS) equipment and systems in military applications continues to increase.

Emerson says that many of the AC-DC power supplies and DC-DC converters that are produced for military and aerospace applications are customised products, which need to be especially rugged and to have unique characteristics. It adds that the key attribute of power supplies for military and aerospace applications is usually reliability - especially in environments involving extended operating temperature ranges and/or extreme shock and vibration.

GE Aviation, one of the world's leading suppliers of power systems for military aircraft, expects that the next generation of military aircraft will demand the most exacting power systems ever developed. It says it is "leading the way toward advanced power integration" with products such as the user-configurable modular power tile (MPT), which offers flexible power "from a scalable, off-the-shelf design". The MPT is already in use on the US military's JSF programme. A software-driven power distribution system, the power tile allows for duty cycle reprogramming over time as aircraft electrical demands change.
Pressure on military budgets means that defence officials are focusing on upgrading avionics systems in aircraft rather than expecting to order new platforms. This is the case with the US Army, which is seeking new avionics systems that will keep its existing helicopter fleet flying well into the next decade. The new avionics systems will incorporate COTS components to keep costs down and enable rapid deployment. This follows the cancellation of the armed reconnaissance helicopter and the RAH-66 Comanche programmes in the last decade.
The fibre-optic future

However, the US continues to invest heavily in avionics research and in January 2011 the Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency (DARPA), the research and development office for the US Department of Defense, said that its "network enabled by wavelength division" was working on a highly integrated photonics (NEW-HIP) programme, which aims to replace aircraft wiring with a single-mode fibre-optic network, where each fibre can carry multiple digital and analogue signals. The programme is being researched and developed by APIC, a Los Angeles-based pioneer of photonics technology integrated monolithically with electronics.

According to DARPA, military aircraft contain miles of heavily shielded copper wire cables that connect a multitude of components. The cabling is heavy and subject to harsh conditions that cause it to deteriorate. The cables required for analogue radio frequency signals are also expensive, fragile and difficult to install and replace, while some more modern aircraft employ multimode fibre cables, which can carry only a single digital signal. A single-mode fibre-optic network, where each fibre can carry multiple digital and analogue signals, should lead to large weight savings, leading to greater fuel efficiency and a potential reduction in installation and maintenance costs.

Demand for electrical power on military vehicles has never been greater and is predicted to continue rising, according to Rolls-Royce. Fuel efficiency is an increasing concern, and Rolls-Royce says its systems are designed to operate on diesel and JP8 fuels. Options include cyclonic air filtration, remote operation and variable speed systems for optimum fuel efficiency.

Rolls-Royce also supplies electric drive systems to military vehicles and says it enables a holistic approach to power generation and management for the vehicle and its electronic architecture. Hybrid-electric systems provide energy storage to deliver power for onboard systems and to support the engine at peak times.

According to Rolls-Royce, replacing a conventional, rigid drive shaft with flexible cables allows a modular and innovative approach to vehicle design.
In terms of operational capability and performance, hybrid electric drive systems can increase mobility and acceleration, provide fuel efficiencies, reduce signatures for stealth requirements, and enable "silent watch" capability, the company says. Rolls-Royce also supplies mobile and portable power systems to the military, with features including stealth-type technology, which reduces radar, acoustic and thermal signatures; user-friendly health and usage monitoring; control systems providing prognostics and diagnostics; and maintenance and repair schedules.
The $300,000 military vehicle

The next generation of military vehicles will be more sophisticated and costly than today's vehicles, according to a recent US Army report. It said this stemmed from the dangerous roads of Iraq and Afghanistan, which have forced changes in what soldiers drive. The joint light tactical vehicle (JLTV) will cost in excess of $300,000 before equipping with essential combat systems. By comparison, the military workhorse, the Humvee, carried a $70,000 price tag, rising to $220,000 as extra armour and systems were added.

"To meet the threat on today's battlefields, trucks must now be armoured, have the additional capacity and power to carry that armour, and be outfitted with a wide variety of command, control, communications and computers, and intelligence, surveillance and reconnaissance equipment," the report says.

The JLTV generates enough exportable power to run a field hospital, while its power plant was designed to supply power for on-board electronic components with the engine on and during extended silent watch. The JLTV is required to generate 30kW of exportable power, to include 10kW of on-board 28V DC power.
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Dassault Aviation – Changing Course Depends on Rafale Export
Dassault Aviation presented the annual reports for 2010 yesterday. Thanks to record-breaking deliveries of Falcon business jets, the company demonstrated an impressive 22% increase in net sales, compared to 2009. However, with orders for business jets declining, Falcon alone cannot sustain the company for much longer and Dassault is hoping to win at least one export order for the Rafale to secure its future growth.
Despite the slowdown in the business aviation sector, the Falcon activities managed to deliver 95 aircraft, in 2010. Dassault’s operating margin for 2010 also increased to 14.1% (up from 12.5% in 2009); yet the net margin (excluding the Thales Group) remained unchanged at 9.4%.

In contrast to the overall positive performance of the company, its defense activities went through a difficult year in 2010, with new orders of € 792 million, far lower compared to the € 2,529 million received in 2009, this peak year included a follow-on order for 60 Rafale fighters from France. In fact, Dassault’s 2010 defense order book was slightly lower han 2007 in terms of new business. In actual deliveries Dassault completed and delivered 11 Rafale fighters in 2010 (compared to 14 in 2009). The same production rate is expected to be maintained for 2011.

In 2010 new orders correspond mainly to military support and development programs in France and abroad. Among these programs are the integration of ‘sensor to shooter’ capability on the Rafale, with the introduction of Damocles Laser Designation Pod (LDP) and laser guided bombs, integration of AEROS reconnaissance offering improved pod capability and the integration and qualification of MIDS-L16 Data links on the French Air Force Mirage 2000D strike fighters.

As expected, defense activities in France totaled € 606 million, 75 percent down in 2010, compared to € 2,276 million peak year in 2009. Defense exports fared slightly better, down 27 per cent to € 186 million in 2010. Defense exports included primarily integration and support programs, including the integration of laser guided bombs on UAE Mirage 2000 fighters.

The forecast for 2011 indicates a challenging year – global economic slowdown, growing competition in the business aviation sector, depreciated dollar impacting the competitiveness of European companies, reduced defense spending in Europe and abroad all present negative trends. Winning one of the tenders in India or Brazil could change the picture dramatically. “We are discussing with several export prospects. They recognized our military aircraft’s qualities during its evaluation and we are looking forward to concluding deals.” Said Charles Edelstenne, Dassault Aviation president and CEO. Among the leading prospects are Brazil and India, both are expected to announce their decision in 2011-2012. Another prospect for future improvement is the unmanned systems business, Dassault is leading an international industry group developing the European Unmanned Combat Aircraft nEUROn and has also launched a JV with BAE Systems, to develop the Medium Altitude Long Endurance (MALE) drone in response to British and French governments evolved operational requirements.
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The QuickShield textile-based armor is applied as a 'band aid’ for bar armor' enabled armored vehicle crews to rapidly replace damaged bar (slat) armor on military vehicles in the field. Photo: MOD

QuickShield, a textile-based, lightweight net designed to stop rocket-propelled grenade threats (RPG) from penetrating vehicle armor was unveiled by the U.K. Ministry of Defense netting today, as part of the ministry’s National Science and Engineering Week. QuickShield is applied as a ‘band aid’ for bar armor’ enabling armored vehicle crews to rapidly replace damaged bar (slat) armor on military vehicles in the field. The QuickShield net is stowed in the vehicle, and can be fitted immediately without any tools. It is due to be delivered to Afghanistan in April 2011 as part of a £2.6m contract.

Textile-based TARIAN armor was developed by the Defence Science and Technology Laboratory (Dstl) with Dorset-based AMSAFE in Bridport. TARIAN provides lightweight protection against RPGs, in places where bar armor cannot be applied. In 2009 MOD aquired the first sets of TARIAN to protect Heavy Equipment Transporters bound to Afghanistan.
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Northrop Grumman Wins Task Order for U.S. DHS Classified Networks Project With Potential Value of $1.1 Billion
MCLEAN, Va. | Northrop Grumman Corporation has been awarded a follow-on task order with a total potential value of $1.1 billion by the U.S. General Services Administration (GSA) to operate, maintain and enhance the classified networks for the U.S. Department of Homeland Security.

The Enterprise Networked Services Support (ENSS) task order, which allows secure information sharing among federal government agencies and first responders nationwide, is a single award under the Alliant indefinite delivery, indefinite quantity contract. Work will be conducted over a one-year base period with six, one-year option periods.

Northrop Grumman's Information Systems sector will lead the work to sustain and modernize classified enterprise information technology (IT) services for the Department of Homeland Security. ENSS will support up to 1,100 locations nationwide including the Department of Homeland Security, other federal agencies, state and local governments, and law enforcement.

The company was awarded the original task order to build and operate the department's secret classified network infrastructure in 2004.

"Fundamental to achieving the Department of Homeland Security's mission of communicating effectively within the department and among its partners around the nation is the capability to share critical national security information at the appropriate level of classification to initiate immediate action," said Jim Myers, vice president and general manager for Northrop Grumman's Civil Systems Division. "Our cutting-edge solution and industry-leading team will incorporate green IT best practices to benefit the department and support the federal Chief Information Officer Council's Federal Data Center Consolidation Initiative through a reduced energy and data center footprint."

As part of the task order, Northrop Grumman will develop, deploy and operate a converged network and IT infrastructure that will provide classified data, voice and video services to more than 15,000 fixed and mobile users nationwide. Services will be delivered using a virtual private cloud-based model for better computing efficiency and IT security.

Northrop Grumman's team includes Audio Video Systems, Chantilly, Va.; BruinWave Solutions, Great Falls, Va.; CACI International, Arlington, Va.; Convergence Technology Consulting, Glen Burnie, Md.; Global Com, Inc., Arlington, Va.; Lee Technologies, Fairfax, Va.; Lockheed Martin, Bethesda, Md.; Netcom Technologies, Rockville, Md.; Quintech Security Consultants, Summerville, S.C.; Smartronix, Inc., Hollywood, Md.; SMS Data Products Group, Inc., Mclean, Va.; and TWD & Associates, Arlington, Va.

Northrop Grumman is a premier global security provider whose diversified offerings for homeland security cover land, sea, undersea, air, space and cyberspace. The company provides comprehensive technology solutions for a wide customer community including federal civil, state and local, defense, intelligence, commercial and international clients.
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Achat de sous-marins allemands par la Grèce : 100 millions de pots de vin

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Une enquête de la brigade financière grecque (SDOE) révèle que quelques 100 millions € ont été payés sous la table à des politiciens et responsables grecs pour faciliter l’achat de 4 sous-marins U-214 allemands.

Les enquêteurs pensent que les nombreux pots de vin ont été payés avant la signature du contrat. La facture aurait été gonflée, permettant de nouveaux pots de vin, parce que la marine et le ministère de la défense auraient demandé que les sous-marins soient équipés de toutes sortes de matériels supplémentaires.

Des politiciens, des fonctionnaires, des officiers et des intermédiaires auraient bénéficié de ces pots de vin. L’enquête aurait révélé que de l’argent aurait abouti sur les comptes bancaires de certains syndicalistes des chantiers navals grecs.

La semaine dernière, le procureur a convoqué 37 personnes pour être interrogées sur des allégations de corruption.

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(Reuters) - France's Thales (TCFP.PA) said on Friday it was close to an agreement with the United Arab Emirates over rules for future arms contracts and hit out at an embarrassing Wikileaks-style leak to a French newspaper.
The company effectively confirmed a report in La Tribune, based on a leaked diplomatic cable, which disclosed recent disagreement over the terms for any future sale of Rafale jets.
But Thales said the dispute over offsets, or counter-trade clauses built into arms deals, was close to being resolved.
"We are surprised that elements of an international negotiation should be placed in the public domain," a spokesman for the French company said.
"This negotiation has been going on for several months and, like all negotiations, has experienced some highs and lows. We are currently in a state of convergence," he said.
"The negotiation should be completed in coming weeks."
Thales makes radar for the French Rafale warplane, which is built by Dassault Aviation (AVMD.PA).
La Tribune reported that French diplomats had complained in the cable that the company's hardline stand on changes in offset rules required by the UAE was putting French interests at risk.
Agreement on the offset rules would not automatically lead to a long-awaited sale of Rafale jets, but would mark a step forward. The UAE has also been studying Boeing (BA.N) F/A-18s.
France has been looking for its first export buyer for the multi-role combat jet after losing competitions in Singapore, South Korea and Morocco, but has been hit by a series of slips
Last year, the UAE broke off talks over a possible Rafale purchase after objecting to progress reports in the French press, including a daily belonging to the owner of Dassault Aviation, according to sources familiar with the matter.
France suffered another setback in Brazil when the country's recently elected president was reported to be leaning toward a rival U.S. offer, eroding French confidence in a deal.
Thales' unusually forthright reaction to Friday's newspaper report appeared to signal impatience with a spate of negative media reports about Europe's largest defense electronics firm.
After a series of criticisms about his management of Thales, Chief Executive Luc Vigneron has attacked what he describes as a campaign of destabilization being waged through the media.
Vigneron took the helm of Thales in May 2009 after Dassault became the largest industrial shareholder through a pact with the French government. The company has been at the center of numerous quarrels within France's fragmented defense sector

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MillenWorks Stryker Suspension Upgrade Successfully Completes 4,000-mile Endurance Test
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14:12 GMT, April 4, 2011 TUSTIN, Calif. | MillenWorks, a strategic business ofTextron Marine & Land Systems, an operating unit of Textron Systems, a Textron Inc. company, and in partnership with LORD Corporation, announced today that the magneto-rheologic (MR) Suspension system for the Stryker platform has successfully completed the 4,000-mile endurance milestone.

The 4,000-mile test, completed in less than four weeks by the U.S. Government, was achieved on the Stryker Medical Evacuation Vehicle (MEV) and, through MillenWorks' common design approach, has applicability to all variants of the Stryker platform. Previous performance testing has been successfully completed with the suspension system integrated into the Stryker Infantry Carrier Vehicle (ICV) and Stryker Mobile Gun System (MGS).

MillenWorks, in cooperation with the U.S. Army Tank Automotive Research, Development and Engineering Center (TARDEC), developed the innovative suspension as part of a Small Business Innovative Research (SBIR) project. MillenWorks served as the system designer and integrator on the project, using MR damper technology from LORD Corporation. The research and development funding for the SBIR project came though a Technology Transition Initiative (TTI) award from the Office of the Secretary of Defense.

"The Stryker MR Suspension system completed the 4,000-mile endurance milestone with flying colors," said MillenWorks Director of Suspension Systems Peter LeNoach. "We had no system problems and were able to achieve the milestone in a remarkably short period of time."

"We have had several very successful performance tests with this technology as an upgrade path for the Stryker suspension system", said MillenWorks General Manager Larry Jepson. "This endurance test represents our next developmental milestone as we mature this system to offer a significant increase in the mobility capability of current and future Stryker variants."
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MDA Awards Contracts to Support Concept Definition and Program Planning for the SM-3 Block IIB Program
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07:14 GMT, April 8, 2011 The Missile Defense Agency (MDA) announced the award of three contracts to support concept definition and program planning for the Standard Missile 3 (SM-3) Block IIB program. The selected companies will work with MDA to define and assess viable and affordable missile configurations, conduct trade studies and develop an executable development plan. The contracts were procured through competition announced on the Federal Business Opportunities website. Four proposals were received.

In September 2009, the President announced a Phased Adaptive Approach (PAA) to developing and deploying missile defenses. The SM-3 Block IIB is key for the United States to advance missile defense with greater cost-effectiveness in Phase Four of the PAA by providing a highly-deployable interceptor missile that will destroy threat missiles early in their flight. This early intercept capability greatly reduces the burden on the current missile defense architecture which destroys threat missiles later in their flight. Phase Four will be complete by 2020, and will provide an early intercept capability against medium, intermediate, and Intercontinental ballistic missiles. In concert with the Ground-based Midcourse Defense (GMD) capability now deployed in Alaska and California for homeland defense, the Phase Four PAA architecture with the high-velocity, land-based SM-3 Block IIB interceptor missile and enhanced command and control and sensor network will provide an effective defensive capability for both regional and homeland defense by allowing multiple interceptors opportunities to destroy threat missiles of all ranges in the region from which they were launched.

The three contracts include the following:

• Boeing Company, Chicago, Ill.
- Current award value: $41.1 million
- Work will be performed in Huntsville, Ala.
- FY11 Research, Development, Test and Evaluations Funds of $1.410 million will be used to incrementally fund this effort through December, 2013

• Lockheed Martin Corporation, Bethesda, Md.
- Current award value: $43.3 million
- Work will be performed in Sunnyvale, Calif.
- FY11 Research, Development, Test and Evaluations Funds of $1.410 million will be used to incrementally fund this effort through December, 2013

• Raytheon Company, Waltham, Mass.
- Current award value: $42.7 million
- Work will be performed in Tucson, Ariz.
- FY11 Research, Development, Test and Evaluations Funds of $1.410 million will be used to incrementally fund this effort through December, 2013

The SM-3 Block IIB is a hit-to-kill interceptor using the force of a direct collision to destroy its target. It will be launched from the Aegis Ashore weapon system (a land-based version of the Navy’s Aegis Ballistic Missile Defense system). The ability to intercept earlier in flight -- engaging targets in their ascent phase -- enables defenders to handle larger raids (salvos) and engage target missiles before they can take evasive maneuvers or deploy countermeasures. With a higher burnout velocity, flexible launch locations, and greater interceptor divert (steering) capability, the SM-3 Block IIB can also address intercontinental ballistic missiles, supplementing the GMD capability.

Future variants of the SM-3 Block IIB will benefit from continuing research and development efforts of a solid propellant Divert and Attitude Control System (SDACS), as well as verification testing of lightweight structural designs to demonstrate the ability to produce and incorporate lightweight materials into the missile. MDA will also continue to develop digital models and simulations to support a comprehensive missile system capabilities regime.
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Dépenses d’armement : ralentissement en 2010

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Les dépenses mondiales en armement ont connu en 2010 leur plus faible croissance annuelle (+1,3 %) depuis 2001 pour totaliser 1 630 milliards de dollars, selon un rapport publié aujourd'hui par le Sipri. En moyenne entre 2001 - date de la première étude du Sipri à ce sujet - et 2009, les dépenses militaires mondiales ont augmenté de 5,1 % chaque année, souligne le rapport de l'Institut international de recherche pour la paix (Sipri) de Stockholm.
Les États-Unis ont nettement ralenti leurs investissements militaires l'an passé, mais sont restés de loin les plus dépensiers dans ce domaine. Après avoir maintenu une augmentation annuelle moyenne de 7,4 % entre 2001 et 2009, les États-Unis ont augmenté leurs dépenses d'armement de 2,8 % en 2010 par rapport à l'année précédente. En valeur, Washington a dépensé 19,6 milliards de dollars de plus qu'en 2009, pour une augmentation mondiale totale de 20,6 milliards sur la même période. « À 4,8 % du PIB, le fardeau militaire des États-Unis en 2010 est le plus lourd au monde après celui du Moyen-Orient », précise dans un communiqué le responsable du programme du Sipri sur les dépenses militaires, Sam Perlo-Freeman.

En rythme, la région du monde qui a le plus augmenté ses dépenses militaires sur un an (+5,8 % en 2010) est l'Amérique du Sud, qui a atteint les 63,3 milliards de dollars grâce notamment à une bonne santé économique, selon le Sipri. « Cette augmentation continue en Amérique du Sud est surprenante étant donné l'absence de réelle menace militaire pour la plupart des pays de cette région », commente la responsable de la division Amérique latine du programme du Sipri sur les dépenses militaires, Carina Solmirano.
En Europe, la récession économique a conduit les gouvernements à ralentir les dépenses militaires de 2,8 % pour l'ensemble du continent, en particulier dans les pays aux économies plus vulnérables d'Europe centrale et de l'Est, ainsi que dans les pays particulièrement touchés par la crise comme la Grèce, précise le Sipri.
L'Asie a elle aussi marqué le pas (+1,4 %) en raison des retombées de la crise économique. Le gouvernement chinois, par exemple, a « explicitement fait le lien entre la croissance réduite de ses dépenses militaires en 2010 et la performance économique plus faible de la Chine en 2009 », note le Sipri.
Le Moyen-Orient a dépensé 111 milliards de dollars en armes (+2,5 %) avec l'Arabie saoudite comme principal contributeur régional.
Enfin en Afrique, les grands pays producteurs de pétrole comme l'Algérie, l'Angola et le Nigeria ont tiré les dépenses d'armement vers le haut pour une augmentation moyenne continentale de 5,2 %, selon l'étude.
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L'Afrique du Sud a exporté pour plusieurs millions de dollars d'armes à quelques-uns des régimes les plus répressifs du monde, a rapporté hier l'hebdomadaire Sunday Independent, citant un rapport gouvernemental classé. Le magazine cite l'Algérie, l'Azerbaïdjan, le Bahreïn, le Burundi, la Chine, la Guinée équatoriale, la Guinée Bissau, la Libye, le Pakistan, l'Arabie saoudite, la Syrie, la Tunisie et le Yémen comme ayant reçu des armes sud-africaines alors qu'ils bafouent la démocratie et les droits de l'homme. En 2010, le gouvernement sud-africain a approuvé des ventes d'armes à hauteur de 35 milliards de rands (5,3 mds de dollars) à 78 pays, précise l'Independent citant un rapport officiel jusqu'ici gardé secret.
L'opposition sud-africaine a notamment reproché au gouvernement d'avoir vendu des armes au régime libyen de Mouammar Kadhafi, susceptibles d'être utilisées dans le conflit actuel contre des civils. Le ministre sud-africain de la Justice Jeff Radebe a déclaré devant le Parlement que Pretoria avait exporté pour 81 millions de rands (12 millions de dollars) d'armes en Libye entre 2003 et 2009, mais qu'il n'y avait pas à l'époque d'indications qu'elles pourraient être dirigées contre les civils.

La loi sud-africaine prévoit que la Commission nationale de contrôle sur les ventes d'armes peut interdire les exportations de l'industrie de la défense afin de s'assurer que les armes ne seront utilisées qu'à des fins de « sécurité et de légitime défense».
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La Russie va désigner une nouvelle équipe de négociation du contrat Mistral

Publié le 3 mai 2011.
Le ministère russe de la défense va désigner une nouvelle équipe de négociations pour un possible accord de 1,5 milliard $ prévoyant la construction de porte-hélicoptères Mistral, a indiqué mardi une source du ministère.

« De nouveaux représentants vont participer aux prochaines négociations sur l’accord franco-russe Mistral », a indiqué la source. « Actuellement, ils reçoivent la documentation nécessaire sur le contrat. »

Deux négociateurs clé — l’ancien haut responsable de la marine, Nikolai Borisov et le premier vice-ministre de la défense, Vladimir Popovkin, — ont été relevés de leurs fonctions à la fin avril. Borisov a été débarqué pour « des raisons internes », alors que Popovkin va prendre la tête de l’agence spatiale russe, Roskosmos.

La source n’était pas en mesure d’indiquer qui composera la nouvelle équipe. Les négociations étaient proches de l’échec l’an dernier sur la question cruciale de l’importance des transferts de technologie, mais la question a été réglée lors de négociations en janvier.

« Le remplacement de l’équipe de négociation est seulement un détail technique, » a précisé la source du ministère. « Les négociations ont accompli de gros progrès, et les 2 parties sont bien conscientes de la position de l’autre. La question est maintenant de savoir si la France va vendre à la Russie des bâtiments avec tous leurs systèmes et équipements. »

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Reuters- Lockheed Martin Corp (LMT.N) says it hopes to sign sales contracts for up to 18 F-16 fighter jets to both Iraq and Oman by early 2012, and expects to book a total of about 100 additional orders by the end of the decade.
Lockheed is gradually winding down production of the popular multi-role fighter, which is in use by 25 countries worldwide, and was once produced at a rate of one a day, as it ramps up production of the new F-35 Joint Strike Fighter.
The company has delivered 4,475 F-16s and has a backlog of 65 orders, which means production at the company's Fort Worth, Texas plant will continue at the current rate of one to two planes a month for several years.
Lockheed had hoped to sell hundreds more F-16s to foreign militaries in coming years, but India last month eliminated both the F-16 and Boeing Co's (BA.N) F/A-18 Super Hornet from a competition to provide 126 fighters, and a possible sale of 66 planes to Taiwan has been on the back burner for some time.
The Pentagon's No. 1 supplier by sales, Lockheed is finishing work on 24 single- and two-seater F-16 fighter jets for Morocco at the Fort Worth plant, and will deliver those airplanes in August.
Bill McHenry, Lockheed's head of F-16 business development, said the company is still pursuing some possible additional F-16 sales, as well as upgrades to existing planes for the U.S. Air Force and other countries that would extend their service life from 10,000 flight hours to around 12,000.
Lockheed says it currently conducting a full-scale durability test on an advanced F-16 Block 52 plane as part of the Air Force's deliberations on possible upgrades, especially given an expected delay in the fielding of the new F-35 after a restructuring added time to that plane's development program.
India's decision to eliminate the F-16 from its $11 billion fighter competition dashed the company's hopes for another big order, said Richard Aboulafia, analyst with the Virginia-based Teal Group.
"The great plane ends not with a bang, but with a whimper." he said, noting that the F-16 was the most popular fighter in the world given its ability to attack other planes, targets on the ground or on the seas, and to engage in electronic warfare -- all for a price of $30 million to $40 million.
"Ironically The only thing that can save the F-16 now is a disastrous F-35 program," he added, referring to the F-35 fighter plane which is also built by Lockheed to replace the F-16 and a dozen other warplanes worldwide.
Taiwan has expressed interest in buying up to 66 F-16s, but the deal has floundered for political reasons as the U.S. government struggles to balance its ties with Taiwan and its military ties to China, Aboulafia said.
"The only possible last hurrah would be Taiwan," he said.
The Pentagon's Defense Security Cooperation Agency notified lawmakers last year about possible sales of 18 F-16 fighters to both Iraq and Oman, but both sales have been delayed.
The U.S. military wants Iraq to get the new fighter planes, particularly given plans to withdraw U.S. combat troops from the country, said one government official who was not authorized to speak on the record.
But Iraq announced in February that it would delay the purchase of the new fighter jets to put $900 million of allocated funds into its national food ration program instead.
The United States formally ended combat operations in Iraq last August but maintains 50,000 troops in the country to help its fledgling military tackle Islamist insurgents. American troops are scheduled to pull out at year's end.

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