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12 November 2020

Qatar signs up for Leonardo's IFTS

by Charles Forrester



Qatari pilots will soon be training at Italy’s International Flight Training School (IFTS), following an agreement between the Qatar’s Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of State for Defence Affairs, Dr Khalid bin Mohamed al-Attiyah, and Italy’s minister of defence Lorenzo Guerini on 11 November.

In a release by the Italian Ministry of Defence, Guerini said, “The partnership between Italy and Qatar in the defence sector is confirmed as having a high strategic value. I am here to renew our commitment to deepen the ongoing collaboration that embraces all sectors.”

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Phase IV training at the IFTS is conducted on the Leonardo M-346. (Leonardo)

Part of the two countries’ co-operation agreement would include the training of Qatar Emiri Air Force (QEAF) pilots at the IFTS, which is operated as a joint venture by Leonardo and the Italian Air Force at Lecce-Galatina, and the soon-to-be-opened facility at Decimomannu Air Base in Sardinia.

Qatar currently operates the Pilatus PC-21 and PAC Super Mushshak aircraft in the training role. The country has also ordered nine BAE Systems Hawk Advanced Jet Trainers.

According to Janes World Air Forces, in-country flight training is conducted at Qatar’s Armed Forces Air Academy (also known as the Al Zaeem Mohammed bin Abdullah Al Attiyah Air College), established at Al Udeid in 2014. The establishment of the academy is seen as a tangible step towards bringing additional training capacity within Qatar’s borders, rather than the heavy reliance upon foreign states and allies that Qatar has previously required.

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Qatar’s New Air Defense Corvette Starts Sea Trials


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A new major milestone in the Qatar Emiri Naval Forces (QENF) fleet renewal and empowering program was reached by Fincantieri shipbuilding group on 18 November, when the First-of-Class (FoC) "Al Zubarah" (F 101) multirole corvette conducted the first seagoing out of Fincantieri’s Muggiano shipyard, where the vessel has been built.

Luca Peruzzi contributed to this story and was on site, in the Gulf of La Spezia along with Italian ship photographer Giorgio Arra.

This event follows the launch of the first-of-class Musherib OPV (Q 61) last September. The FoC multirole corvette (with a focus on air defense) is to be delivered in 2021 while the FoC OPV will follow in 2022 according to Fincantieri. The latter is working hard to mitigate the production slowdown caused by the national lockdown period in the first year’s half and the follow-on restrictions due the pandemic.

While we recently wrote about the vessel, the first seagoing of the Al Zubarah corvette allowed us for the first time to have a look to the ship’s design and capabilities. Due to the pandemic and the connected restrictions the new warship was launched last February with a private ceremony and only few official images were released since the first steel cut ceremony in July 2018 and the dry dock work launch in November 2018.

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With a full load displacement of circa 3,250 tonnes, a length and beam of respectively 107 and 14.7 meters, the new Al Zubarah-class corvettes feature a CODAD configured propulsion system based on four diesel engines connected through reduction gears to two shaft lines with variable pitch propellers and conventional rudders providing a maximum continuous and cruising speed of respectively 28 and 15 knots.

With such compact dimensions and displacement, and a crew core of 98 members plus accommodation for additional 14 units, the new platform present a sophisticated and robust combat system with a full range of weapons for anti-air warfare (AAW) and anti-surface warfare (ASuW) operations while the platform anti-submarine warfare (ASW) capabilities are limited to self-defense, although the ship can accommodate and operate a NH90 NFH maritime helicopter which can be equipped with an ASW suite including lightweight torpedoes.



Al Zubarah-class corvette weapon systems

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The first seagoing platform images confirm the ship design showed in models during the DIMDEX 2018 defense exhibition. The armament package include a 76/62 mm Multi-Feeding Super Rapido main calibre gun and a 16-cell VLS (identified by Naval News as two 8-cell Naval Group A50 systems) for surface-to air missile in the bow area. The VLSs are to operate MBDA Aster 30 Block 1 munitions, according to MBDA press statement released with contract award as part of the MBDA SAAM-ESD missile system including a C2 suite and working together with the ship’s 3D multi-function radar. Naval News has identified the latter as the Leonardo Grand Kronos Naval AESA radar positioned on top of the main mast similarly to the SAAM-ESD family of systems installed on board Italian and foreign navies’ vessels. The ship is also equipped as showed by empty canisters for two 4-cell launchers for MM40 Exocet Block 3 anti-ship missiles positioned amidship between the two funnels and self-defense weapons and the anti-torpedo decoy launchers.

The corvette also features a close in weapon system (CIWS) based on RAM Mk 49 guided missile launcher on top of the hangar with a 21-cell for the RAM missiles, of which the QNEF has acquired the RAM Block 2 version. Inner-layer protection against both conventional and asymmetric air and surface threats is provided by two Leonardo Marlin-WS 30 mm remote controlled gun systems as identified by Naval News and positioned on both side of the ship.



Al Zubarah-class corvette combat management system

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The combat system is based on a Leonardo command management system (CMS) which Naval News has identified as part of the ATHENA family of systems which manages a comprehensive communications suite including secure radios, tactical data links (Link 11, 16, JREAP, Link Y and fitted for Link 22) and satellite communications according to shipbuilder documentation, the antennas of the latter are distributed on the superstructures and the secondary mast.



Al Zubarah-class corvette sensor systems



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The CMS also manages a robust sensors suite including the Leonardo 3D AESA Grand Kronos Naval radar, IFF interrogator and transponder, an IRST surveillance and tracking suite including two Leonardo SASS systems as identified by Naval News and positioned respectively on top of the bridge and the right side of the hangar structure and a complete EW suite. Naval News has identified the latter as provided by Elettronica group including last generation RESM/CESM and RECM systems with antennas positioned mainly on the main mast and on the hangar left side, similarly to Italian Navy’s ships.

The main gun fire control system antenna identified by Naval News as the Leonardo NA-30S Mk 2 dual-band radar-EO/IR system positioned over the bridge together with navigation radars provided by Kelvin Hughes and installed also on board the Musherib-class OPV.

The two 30 mm secondary guns are each controlled by a Leonardo Medusa Mk4B EO/IR FCS while passive self-protection is offered by a suite of decoy launchers. Naval News has identified Lacroix Defence Sylena launchers on top of the bridge while Leonardo anti-torpedo decoy launchers are positioned amidship on each ship side. The latter are part, Naval News understood, of the torpedo alert, tracking and decoy suite including a towed array torpedo detection system as indicated by Fincantieri documentation and which Naval News has identified as Leonardo Black Snake system. According to Fincantieri open source documentation, the ship is also equipped with a Thesan obstacle and mine avoidance sonar also provided by Leonardo, according to the latter press statement released with contract award for the integrated supply of the combat system and sub-systems supplier.

About Qatar’s contract with Fincantieri


For the record, a global order worth 5 billion euros (including 1 billion for missiles) was announced in August 2017. In addition to four air defense corvettes, the contract includes the construction of two OPV/FACM type ships based on the Falaj 2-class (selected by the UAE Navy) and an air defense LPD (fitted with long range L-band radar and ASTER 30 SAM) based on the “BDSL Kalaat Beni Abbes” (143 meters long, 9,000 tonnes displacement), which was delivered in 2015 by Fincantieri to Algeria.

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Que le nec plus ultra pour l'armée de cette principauté. Un petit geste d'amitié et de solidarité de leurs part.........nous refiler quelques F15 .
Je crois qu'ils ont les capacités humaines pour gérer et exploiter tout ce matos.

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What It Is Like Flying The Most Advanced F-15 Eagle Ever Built

A test pilot's perspective on Qatari F-15QA trials that will pave the way to deliveries in 2021, and help the development of the USAF’s new F-15EX.


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Boeing is engaged in a period of intensive flight-testing of its latest variant of the F-15, which is on order for the Qatar Emiri Air Force. The F-15QA is the most state-of-the-art variant of the Eagle to date, building upon the F-15SA that was developed for Saudi Arabia. Qatar has ordered 36 F-15QAs, which are the first to feature a new Advanced Cockpit System with Large Area Displays, among other improvements. The F-15QA is the variant upon which the U.S. Air Force’s new F-15EX will be based.

Boeing announced the first flight of the F-15QA on April 14, 2020, which took place at the manufacturer’s Lambert International Airport in St. Louis, Missouri. Three F-15QAs are currently in Boeing’s flight-test program, with two examples having been dispatched to Air Force Plant 42 at Palmdale, in California, for intensive trials in November. “This is largely a mission systems and cockpit test effort, focusing on these key areas,” explained Boeing Chief Test Pilot Matt “Phat” Giese, speaking exclusively to The War Zone.

“We are going to touch pretty much every aspect of the mission system, and make sure everything is integrated properly for this customer. This is a short part of the overall test program [for the F-15QA], and involves just a few weeks here in Palmdale. There’s some unique things we can do here from a range and airspace capability that we just can’t get at our plant in St Louis, and that’s why we have this mini deployment.”

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F-15QA turning final at Plant 42 in Palmdale.

Giese explained that the current test work at Palmdale is designed to ensure that the first F-15QAs are ready for delivery to the customer in 2021. “The key is to clear the critical test points that we can’t get done in St. Louis, so we can support the first ferry next year — that’s what we are driving maturity into the system for.”

“The nearby R-2508 range complex is one of the areas we are training in, so you can get the air-to-ground, low-altitude, parts completed. One of the key things out here on the west coast is the Sea Test Range for over-water testing.” Giese said that the Palmdale detachment coincided with the Boeing test team passing the 100 flight test hour milestone across the test fleet of three F-15QAs.

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An F-15QA is put through its paces during testing at Palmdale in November.

Giese has been heavily involved in test work related to the Boeing Advanced F-15. “It was a little nostalgic bringing the F-15QA out here, as it’s been a while since we were here [testing the Royal Saudi Air Force F-15SA]. So it was exciting to get back on the site. It reminds me of the hard work we put in over a seven year period on the Advanced F-15’s digital fly-by-wire [FBW] system.” The F-15SA was the first variant of the Eagle to feature a fly-by-wire system.

“I’ve been involved from the very beginning of this new transition, where we took an incremental leap from the — for lack of a better term — “legacy” F-15 to what is now a “digital” F-15, and that happened when we made the first flight of the Saudi jet on February 20, 2013. I was a part of the subsequent testing out here, and that was full envelope — high and fast, low and slow — all the things we had to do to verify the envelope.”

The move to fly-by-wire control was a transformational leap for the F-15, and represented one of the biggest upgrades since the very first YF-15A made its maiden flight in June 1972. It meant that the Boeing test team had to effectively start from scratch when it came to evaluating the F-15SA. “The point of the flight-test program for the digital Eagle was to verify the entire flight envelope,” explains Giese. “The Advanced F-15 has new flight control computers, and a new digital architecture — so with the complete redesign we had to go out and verify numbers that had been in the tech orders since the 1970s.”

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The F-15SA was the first fly-by-wire Eagle, which first flew in 2013

“We re-validated the envelope, and verified that the performance was as good as or better — in almost all cases better — than [earlier] F-15s. Some of that testing included flutter, where you shake the airplane at very high speeds and at varying altitudes, to determine if there’s going to be any vibrations that are objectionable or cause any structural damage. We did noise and vibration testing, and high angle-of-attack work to demonstrate that the aircraft is not just a good high and fast fighter, but also able to fly slow when the pilot needs to turn hard and point at something. It was as if it was a brand new clean sheet design, and as a test pilot, I was in heaven.”

The aim of bringing fly-by-wire to the F-15 was threefold. Reliability, redundancy, and performance. “From a reliability perspective, you have two flight control computers, and each has two channels, plus quadruple inputs to each of the flight control surfaces. A quad-redundant flight control system from the flight control computers to the stabilators provides very high levels of reliability. The mean time between failures for flight control problems rose significantly higher. I can say personally, in the six-plus years of flight-test that I did on the new digital fly-by-wire flight control system, I had zero ground aborts for flight controls.”

“In the performance realm, the F-15 has always been awesome at going high and fast — we’re the only jet that gets out to Mach 2.5 — but it’s also a really good low speed, high angle-of-attack fighter if you need to get into the fight in a phonebooth with an adversary. With helmet mounted sights there’s less of a requirement to point at an adversary to prosecute an attack, but if you need to turn, the Advanced F-15 has incredible capability. Throughout the test program I tried to spin this jet, and I was unsuccessful, even with high lateral asymmetry on the platform. This is a very stable, safe, reliable, flight control system.”



The F-15QA features the same digital FBW flight control system, as well as two significant developments over the F-15SA — the new cockpit and structural enhancements. The wings and the nose barrel were completed with Boeing’s Full-Size Determinant Assembly [FSDA] production techniques. F-15 FSDA uses a process to eliminate drilling and shimming from assembly by adding fastener holes at the supplier level. This new process significantly reduces rework, increases quality, and leads to improved ergonomics. “It’s reducing parts, it’s easier to install, and it increases the life of the platform,” says Giese.

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The cockpit of the Advanced F-15 complete with new Large Area Display and low-profile HUD.

“The bedrock of the new cockpit layout is the new all-glass Large Area Display [LAD],” explains Giese. “The test program for the QA is designed to mature this product.” That testing consists of verifying the major mission systems on the aircraft: such as the Raytheon AN/APG-82(v)1 Active Electronically Scanned Array (AESA) radar, and how the the LAD interfaces with what Giese calls “the heartbeat of the jet” — the ADCP II (Advanced Display Core Processor II) mission computer.

“I like to call the LAD my F-15 iPad,” smiles Giese. “It’s a 10x19-inch display that’s fitted in both cockpits, all glass, and it features an infrared [IR] touch display. Both are configurable per cockpit, so my Weapons Systems Officer can set the display in a different way to how I set up my display based on personal preference. There are a couple of different window formats that we have available and they will match the variables of the particular mission. There may be a time I’m on an eight window display, a five window display, or maybe I want two giant 9x9 windows to look at if maybe I’m doing some precise targeting. They can be changed very quickly and what we’re finding in flight-testing is that the very high-resolution color image quality of the screen allows for very precise targeting, monitoring of the sensors, and mission management.”

“We have taken a lot of lessons learned from other platforms and rolled them into this LAD technology. You can manipulate the display with a bare or gloved finger, or move individual windows around by tapping and moving them. One of the feedbacks we got from other platforms is that in turbulent environments or if you’re under G, it can be hard to manipulate the touchscreen, so we’ve made everything on the LAD to also be controllable via the Hands-On Throttle-And-Stick [HOTAS] controls — you can move cursors, change the display format — so you don't have to actually touch the display. Other feedback we got is that some pilots just like to push a button or rotate a knob, so underneath the new low-profile Head-Up Display [HUD] is what’s called the HRCCP [HUD Radio Communications Control Panel]. This features the same digital keypad as on the LAD, so if you want to go old fashioned and hit a button or change a radio channel, you can do that — including under G or in turbulent conditions — as opposed to using the large area touch display capability. It’s the exact same format as on the LAD, so it’s not something else you have to learn.”

The F-15QA also features the aforementioned new low profile HUD. Giese says: “It’s a little narrower than the previous HUD, more in line with the F-15C in terms of the size. We’ve learned as time moves on that the HUD is being used less and less — especially for tactical things — because we have helmet-mounted displays and the ability to keep eyes out of the cockpit and and display all of that data on a Digital Joint Helmet-Mounted Cueing System (D-JHMCS). So, reliance on the HUD is slowly diminishing. This is the baseline now, so future variants will also feature this low-profile HUD, including the F-15EX.”

A lot of the current test work, while meeting Qatari requirements, is de facto applicable to the new F-15EX for the USAF. “It’s a great effort to focus on the Qatari jets, but everything we’re doing here is going to roll into the F-15EX,” Giese endorses. “We are really going to shift our focus to delivering the F-15EX aircraft early next year for the USAF flight-test program. It’s giving us a high confidence level that this is going to be a mature delivery of those first two aircraft to the USAF early next year.”



The main difference between the F-15QA and the F-15EX is that the new USAF Eagles will include the Eagle Passive Active Warning Survivability System (EPAWSS). In addition, the F-15QA runs a bespoke customer Operational Flight Program (OFP) software, whereas the F-15EX will run OFP Suite 9, which dovetails with the current F-15E Strike Eagle and F-15C standard. It’s designed to promote commonality across the F-15 community. “I can see an operator that can quickly jump from platform to platform because of the commonality between the OFPs,” says Giese.

This was one of the key drivers for getting the F-15EX into USAF hands quickly — a ready solution that allows existing F-15C and E personnel to move seamlessly to the new jet with only minimal retraining.

Boeing intends to wrap-up F-15QA verification work in time for deliveries next year. The flight-test team will then move over to F-15EX verification testing. The work that is already being completed with the Qatari jets is helping to expedite that process, meaning that the USAF’s new Advanced F-15s will be able to meet the objective of being ready and available on the flightline in very short order — complete with all the latest bells and whistles found on the world’s most impressive Eagles to date, and more.

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C'est incroyable en quelques années ils ont pris plus que de muscles (typhoon, rafales, F-15 etc)

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Leur flotte de C-17, donne envie aussi...

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Oui ils ont pas lésiné sur les moyens pour leur Air Force entre les C130J30 , c17 , d'ailleurs ce qui est intéressant c'est qu'ils n'ont acquis que de bi-réacteur pour l'aviation de chasse

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Ils me font de l'effet leurs F-15..💟

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Le matos de qualité ils en ont a revendre. Mais peut-on dire la même chose de leurs ressources humaines. Possèdent ils véritablement une armées capable de livrer bataille le temps venu ??
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Anzarane a écrit:
Le matos de qualité ils en ont a revendre.  Mais peut-on dire la même chose de leurs ressources humaines. Possèdent ils véritablement une armées capable de livrer bataille le temps venu ??

Très bonne question , je me suis toujours posé la question sur comment ils vont trouver suffisamment de pilotes pour tout ces fighter jets

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Le Qatar prends le Boxer au lieu du VBCI de Nexter

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Premiers vols pour les NH90 destinés au Qatar



Les deux premiers hélicoptères NH90 dans leur version transport tactique et lutte anti-sous-marine destinés aux forces armées du Qatar ont réalisé leurs premiers vols à Marignane et Venise.

Un contrat NH90 signé en 2018 par le Qatar

Les deux premiers hélicoptères NH90 destinés aux Forces armées du Qatar ont réalisé leurs premiers vols les 15 et 18 décembre. L'un, dans sa version NFH pour la lutte anti-surface et anti-sous-marine, sur le site de Leonardo à Tessera près de Venis; l'autre, dans sa version TTH pour transport tactique, sur le site d'Airbus Helicopters à Marignane. Des vols qui ont surtout porté sur des manoeuvres de décollage et d'atterrissage, de maniabilité, et de contrôle de bon fonctionnement des différents instruments. Le Qatar a commandé ferme 28 NH90 dans ses versions TTH et NFH et doit réceptionner le premier d'ici à la fin de l'année 2021. Le calendrier prévoit la toute dernière livraison en 2025.

427 NH90 en opérations dans le monde
Près de 430 NH90 sont aujourd'hui en opérations dans le monde et ce parc a accumulé plus de 270 000 heures de vol dans l'accomplissement d'une large palette de missions dont un certain nombre en conditions de combat réel. Le nombre d'appareils commandés frôle désormais les 600 unités avec les nouvelles commandes passées par la France et l'Allemagne. La première a finalement concrétisé les dix exemplaires programmés pour ses Forces spéciales tandis que la seconde a commandé un deuxième lot de 31 appareils dans la version NFH après une première tranche portant sur 18 exemplaires dont les livraisons doivent s'achever fin 2022. Un nouveau contrat d'un montant de 2,7 Md€.

https://www.air-cosmos.com/article/premiers-vols-pour-les-nh90-destins-au-qatar-24012
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Qatar’s 2nd Al Zubarah-Class Air Defense Corvette Launched By Fincantieri


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Italian shipbuilder Fincantieri announced on 13 February that the technical launch of the corvette

“Damsah” and the keel laying of “Sumaysimah”, respectively the second and fourth of the Al Zubarah-class air defence corvettes for Qatar took place at the Muggiano (La Spezia) shipyard.

Qatar's 2nd Al Zubarah-class Air Defense Corvette
The Italian shipyard laid the keel of the fourth and final ship of the class as well.

Luca Peruzzi contributed to this story . Ship photographer Giorgio Arra was on site (Gulf of La Spezia) to contribute the pictures.

The ceremony, held in a restricted format and in full compliance with anti-contagion requirements, was attended by Major General Mubarak Mohammed A.K. Al-Khayarin, Deputy Chief of Staff for Administration and Logistics Affairs for Qatar Armed Forces, Rear Admiral Giorgio Lazio, Italian Navy Maritime Commander – Area North, and Giuseppe Giordo, General Manager of the Naval Vessel Division of Fincantieri.

The first ship-in-class was launched a year ago, and started sea trials in November 2020 as we reported at the time.

About Qatar’s contract with Fincantieri

For the record, a global order worth 5 billion euros (including 1 billion for missiles) was announced in August 2017. In addition to four air defense corvettes, the contract includes the construction of two OPV/FACM type ships based on the Falaj 2-class (selected by the UAE Navy) and an air defense LPD (fitted with long range L-band radar and ASTER 30 SAM) based on the “BDSL Kalaat Beni Abbes” (143 meters long, 9,000 tonnes displacement), which was delivered in 2015 by Fincantieri to Algeria.

Al Zubarah-class specifications
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Al Zubarah-class corvettes have a length of 107 meters. Giorgio Arra picture.

With a full load displacement of circa 3,250 tonnes, a length and beam of respectively 107 and 14.7 meters, the new Al Zubarah-class corvettes feature a CODAD configured propulsion system based on four diesel engines connected through reduction gears to two shaft lines with variable pitch propellers and conventional rudders providing a maximum continuous and cruising speed of respectively 28 and 15 knots.

With such compact dimensions and displacement, and a crew core of 98 members plus accommodation for additional 14 units, the new platform present a sophisticated and robust combat system with a full range of weapons for anti-air warfare (AAW) and anti-surface warfare (ASuW) operations while the platform anti-submarine warfare (ASW) capabilities are limited to self-defense, although the ship can accommodate and operate a NH90 NFH maritime helicopter which can be equipped with an ASW suite including lightweight torpedoes.

Al Zubarah-class corvette weapon systems
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Qatar Emiri Naval Forces (QENF)’ second Al Zubarah-class air defense corvette. Picture by Giorgio Arra.

The first seagoing platform images confirm the ship design showed in models during the DIMDEX 2018 defense exhibition. The armament package include a 76/62 mm Multi-Feeding Super Rapido main calibre gun and a 16-cell VLS (identified by Naval News as two 8-cell Naval Group A50 systems) for surface-to air missile in the bow area. The VLSs are to operate MBDA Aster 30 Block 1 munitions, according to MBDA press statement released with contract award as part of the MBDA SAAM-ESD missile system including a C2 suite and working together with the ship’s 3D multi-function radar. Naval News has identified the latter as the Leonardo Grand Kronos Naval AESA radar positioned on top of the main mast similarly to the SAAM-ESD family of systems installed on board Italian and foreign navies’ vessels. The ship is also equipped as showed by empty canisters for two 4-cell launchers for MM40 Exocet Block 3 anti-ship missiles positioned amidship between the two funnels and self-defense weapons and the anti-torpedo decoy launchers.

The corvette also features a close in weapon system (CIWS) based on RAM Mk 49 guided missile launcher on top of the hangar with a 21-cell for the RAM missiles, of which the QNEF has acquired the RAM Block 2 version. Inner-layer protection against both conventional and asymmetric air and surface threats is provided by two Leonardo Marlin-WS 30 mm remote controlled gun systems as identified by Naval News and positioned on both side of the ship.

Al Zubarah-class corvette combat management system

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The new Al Zubarah-class corvettes feature a CODAD configured propulsion system based on four diesel engines connected through reduction gears to two shaft lines with variable pitch propellers and conventional rudders providing a maximum continuous and cruising speed of respectively 28 and 15 knots. Picture by Giorgio Arra.

The combat system is based on a Leonardo command management system (CMS) which Naval News has identified as part of the ATHENA family of systems which manages a comprehensive communications suite including secure radios, tactical data links (Link 11, 16, JREAP, Link Y and fitted for Link 22) and satellite communications according to shipbuilder documentation, the antennas of the latter are distributed on the superstructures and the secondary mast.

Al Zubarah-class corvette sensor systems
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Close up view of the Leonardo Grand Kronos Naval AESA radar positioned on top of the main mast. Picture by Giorgio Arra.

The CMS also manages a robust sensors suite including the Leonardo 3D AESA Grand Kronos Naval radar, IFF interrogator and transponder, an IRST surveillance and tracking suite including two Leonardo SASS systems as identified by Naval News and positioned respectively on top of the bridge and the right side of the hangar structure and a complete EW suite. Naval News has identified the latter as provided by Elettronica group including last generation RESM/CESM and RECM systems with antennas positioned mainly on the main mast and on the hangar left side, similarly to Italian Navy’s ships.

The main gun fire control system antenna identified by Naval News as the Leonardo NA-30S Mk 2 dual-band radar-EO/IR system positioned over the bridge together with navigation radars provided by Kelvin Hughes and installed also on board the Musherib-class OPV.

The two 30 mm secondary guns are each controlled by a Leonardo Medusa Mk4B EO/IR FCS while passive self-protection is offered by a suite of decoy launchers. Naval News has identified Lacroix Defence Sylena launchers on top of the bridge while Leonardo anti-torpedo decoy launchers are positioned amidship on each ship side. The latter are part, Naval News understood, of the torpedo alert, tracking and decoy suite including a towed array torpedo detection system as indicated by Fincantieri documentation and which Naval News has identified as Leonardo Black Snake system. According to Fincantieri open source documentation, the ship is also equipped with a Thesan obstacle and mine avoidance sonar also provided by Leonardo, according to the latter press statement released with contract award for the integrated supply of the combat system and sub-systems supplier.  
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