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Italy commits to M-345 HET trainer

The Italian air force is to adopt Alenia Aermacchi's developmental M-345 HET to replace its MB-339s in delivering part of its future pilot training syllabus.

The replacement decision was announced by defence minister Mario Mauro during a ceremony to mark the end of the season for the air force's MB-339-equipped Frecce Tricolori aerobatic display team at Rivolto air base.

Alenia Aermacchi and Italy's National Armaments Directorate signed an agreement at the Paris air show in July 2013 to jointly define the operational specifications and collaborate on the development of the M-345 basic/advanced trainer. The type is expected to enter service between 2017 and 2020.

A further development of Alenia Aermacchi's M-345 jet trainer, the HET version is intended to offer a cheaper and more effective solution than advanced turboprop designs.
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Rome va renforcer son dispositif militaire et humanitaire en Méditerranée

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ROME - Le chef du gouvernement italien Enrico Letta s’est réuni lundi avec les hauts responsables du gouvernement pour discuter du renforcement du dispositif militaire et humanitaire en Méditerranée à la suite de deux naufrages qui ont fait environ 400 morts en une semaine.
Lors de la rencontre entre M. Letta et les ministres de la Défense, de l’Intérieur et des Affaires étrangères et les plus hauts gradés de l’armée, les parties ont examiné des mesures pour sauver davantage de vies humaines en Méditerranée et assurer un engagement majeur d’autres pays de l’Union européenne.
L’Italie a d’ores et déjà déployé 15 navires, dont 12 vedettes des garde-côtes et de la police financière qui opèrent dans un rayon approximatif de 40 milles (environ 75 kilomètres) autour de l’île de Lampedusa, principale porte d’entrée en Europe des migrants arrivant d’Afrique.
Rome dispose également de trois bâtiments militaires, deux patrouilleurs et une frégate, qui opèrent en dehors de ce rayon de 40 milles, selon le quotidien La Stampa.
Plusieurs hélicoptères, ainsi que des avions spécialement équipés avec des capteurs permettant le contrôle de la mer y compris la nuit, complètent ce dispositif. Les autorités militaires italiennes envisagent de doubler et même de tripler ce dispositif et réfléchissent aussi à l’utilisation de drones pour la surveillance maritime, selon le journal.
Cette décision a été prise à la suite d’un premier naufrage, le 3 octobre, près de l’île de Lampedusa, dont le bilan provisoire actuel est de 364 victimes, suivi d’un deuxième naufrage, vendredi, près de Malte, qui a fait 36 morts.
Avec sa mission "militaro-humanitaire", l’Italie veut éviter que ne se reproduisent de tels drames et lancer un signal à l’Europe. "C’est un engagement (en hommes et matériels, NDLR) qui nous permettra de demander à l’UE de faire la même chose", a affirmé Mario Mauro, ministre de la Défense, cité par Repubblica.
Le chef du gouvernement maltais, Joseph Muscat, qui s’est rendu dimanche en visite éclair en Libye a estimé que l’Italie et Malte sont laissés seuls face à un "problème énorme". De l’Europe dont les dirigeants se réuniront pour un sommet les 24 et 25 octobre, M. Muscat attend "non pas de l’argent" mais "un engagement politique" et une "stratégie claire".
M. Letta a indiqué lundi qu’il demandera lors du sommet le renforcement de Frontex, l’agence de surveillance des frontières européennes. Selon la presse, il voudrait aussi qu’un Italien soit nommé à sa tête en 2014.

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Three Italian Navy FREMM Frigates together at sea


On 26 September 2013, in La Spezia bay, a great day occurred for OCCAR, OSN and the Italian Navy. Three IT FREMM ships, ITS Carlo BERGAMINI (already delivered to the Italian Navy and now engaged in completing some minor works after the official acceptance by the Italian Navy on 29 May 2013), Virginio FASAN (engaged in Platform and Combat system preparatory trials for the delivery to the Navy) and Carlo MARGOTTINI (at her first sea going) were together at sea.

This unique event gives proof of the high level of synergy among Industry, OCCAR and the Italian Navy by respecting the planned objectives and the capability and attitude to work together.

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The three ships, while performing the scheduled activities, were able to carry out impressive and outstanding kinematic manoeuvres, recorded by two Helicopters, anticipating for the first time the future “normal operation” and the ability to work together as a “FREMM task force”.

After several manoeuvres, the three ships positively concluded their combined work, with the full satisfaction and the pride of OCCAR and its FREMM Programme Division. ITS Virginio FASAN and Carlo MARGOTTINI continued their own programme schedule of trials into the evening.

At the end of the day the final balance was absolutely satisfactory: all the scheduled trials were carried out without any significant defect recorded, showing once again the level of maturity achieved by the FREMM Programme and giving a good feeling with respect of the next High Level Obiectives to be reached, such as the Final Official Acceptance by the IT Navy of Virginio FASAN in December 2013 and Carlo MARGOTTINI in mid-February 2014. Overall the entire programme runs according to the original schedule.

http://www.navyrecognition.com/index.php/news/defence-news/year-2013-news/october-2013-navy-world-naval-forces-maritime-industry-technology-news/1308-pictures-three-italian-navy-fremm-frigates-together-at-sea.html
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Italy Sends UAVs, Ships on Migrant Patrols


ROME — After flying its unarmed Predator and Reaper UAVs over Iraq, Afghanistan and Libya, the Italian Air Force has now deployed its Reapers over civilian airspace in the Mediterranean to help rescue migrants attempting the perilous sea crossing from Africa.
The UAVs are part of Operation Mare Nostrum, a dragnet organized by the Air Force and Italian Navy that also involves helicopters and four Navy vessels, including the landing platform dock ship San Marco, which can scoop up migrant vessels in its floodable dock.
The operation was launched after huge losses of life in the Mediterranean as migrants pack onto rickety boats and attempt to reach Sicily or the Italian island of Lampedusa, which is 70 miles from the African coast — closer to Africa than the Italian mainland. Smugglers often send the migrants to sea in unstable, overcrowded vessels that run out of fuel.
On Oct. 3, a ship caught fire and capsized half a mile from the coast of Lampedusa. Of some 500 migrants aboard, mainly Eritreans escaping their country’s dictatorship, 364 died. A second vessel, this one packed with Syrians escaping their civil war, sank 60 miles from Lampedusa on Oct. 11. Dozens of bodies were recovered.
More than 8,000 migrants crossed to Italy and Malta in the first half of this year, up from 4,500 in the same period of 2012, a surge attributed to rising instability in Africa and the Middle East. Recent weeks have seen another spike as migrants try to cross before winter weather makes sailing even tougher.
The deployment of Italy’s Reapers from their base at Amendola in southern Italy, and possibly from Sigonella air base in Sicily in the days to come, follows years of efforts to craft a legislative framework to allow UAV flights in airspace. Italy’s UAVs already have designated air corridors that allow them to fly around the south coast of Italy.
Reports have surfaced that Air Force UAVs are already used in law enforcement operations, including the shadowing of mafia suspects in Sicily, although the Italian Air Force has declined to comment.
International waters around Italy are covered by a so-called Flight Information Region — an airspace zone —monitored by Italy.
“To fly UAVs there, we would work with Italian civilian aviation authorities,” said an Air Force spokesman. “Coordination with Eurocontrol, EASA [European Air Safety Agency] or ICAO [International Civil Aviation Organization] is needed only in case of significant changes to the continental air traffic flows, which is not the case.”
If the UAVs need to fly into the Flight Information Regions monitored by neighboring countries such as Tunisia, Libya or Egypt, he said, permission would be needed from those countries to create a segregated airspace zone in which UAVs could fly.
The UAVs will be flown using both line of sight and satellite navigation, and fly missions up to 20 hours using their electro-optical, radar and IR sensors.
“This type of mission could accelerate the debate on acquiring a maritime radar for the UAVs,” said one Italian defense source.
The Air Force will also deploy two helicopters from Lampedusa and Atlantique patrol aircraft from Sigonella as part of Mare Nostrum. Ahead of the formal launch of the operation, Italian Navy vessels were already involved in the rescue of the Syrian migrants on Oct. 11 and continued to pick up hundreds of migrants at sea in the following days.
The operation’s naval contingent will be led by the San Marco, which hosts four amphibious vessels, three dinghies and medical facilities. The LPD will be joined by a frigate and two smaller vessels, either corvettes or patrol vessels. Two Navy AW101 helicopters with night vision will be based on Lampedusa. The naval vessels will coordinate with coast guard vessels patrolling the area.
The operation’s costs will be covered initially by the Navy, which is struggling with budget cuts. A naval source said the Navy has already been spending €1.5 million (US $2.05 million) a month to keep one vessel on migrant and fisheries patrol.
“Now you can multiply that by five,” he said.
The mission is relying on decades-old vessels that are due to go out of service as part of a budget-driven cull of 30 ships in the next decade.
“These are ships that need to be pensioned off,” said Adm. Giuseppe De Giorgi, the head of the Italian Navy in an Italian TV interview.
While De Giorgi said the mission illustrated how the Italian Navy was struggling to keep up its commitments as funds dwindle, he said the civilian nature of Mare Nostrum also reflected his ambition to buy dual-use type ships in the future.
De Giorgi has previously said he would like to build a fleet of one-size-fits all ships able to act as floating hospitals in disaster zones or fight high-intensity wars, possibly using funding from outside the ministry of defense’s budget.

http://www.defensenews.com/article/20131021/DEFREG01/310210016/Italy-Sends-UAVs-Ships-Migrant-Patrols
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Private Firms Pay for Italian Ship Deployment

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ROME — A fleet of Italian Navy vessels led by the aircraft carrier Cavour is about to set off on an unusual trip around the Middle East and Africa that will combine crew training and diplomacy with a privately funded sales trip for Italian industry.
Departing from Italy on Nov. 13, the Cavour will be loaded with sales teams from defense companies such as Finmeccanica, Fincantieri, Elettronica and Beretta, turning the vessel into a “large defense show like Le Bourget,” said Italian Defense Minister Mario Mauro at a conference announcing the mission on Nov. 5.
Setting up mobile showrooms alongside the defense firms on board will be the makers of Italian furniture and civilian aircraft, as well as representatives of the Italian Red Cross and other humanitarian organizations.
The rationale behind the traveling sales mission, which will call at 19 ports before returning to Italy in April, is that companies on board will foot the bill, effectively underwriting crew training as regular funding for exercises dries up.
Industry will pay more than €10 million euros (US $13.5 million) for fuel costs and €3 million for other expenses, including port fees, while the Navy will pick up the €7 million wages bill, said Navy chief Adm. Giuseppe De Giorgi.
Addressing the news conference, Italy’s military chief of staff, Adm. Luigi Binelli Mantelli, spoke of the benefits of being able to “train our crews for five months in a challenging climate, far from home.”
Accompanying the Cavour will be the patrol vessel Comandante Borsini, the support ship Etna and the multimission frigate Bergamini.
The Navy has been pushing to find creative ways to fund crew training while maintenance and operations budgets are eroding as planners divert large amounts for personnel spending.
In the three-year budget published this year, maintenance and operations funding slips from €1.33 billion this year to €1.32 billion in 2014 and to €1.3 billion in 2015.
Apart from training, De Giorgi said the mission would help spur cooperation with allied navies that the fleet calls on during the trip, including Mozambique, where the Italian and local navies are due to sign a cooperation deal.
The marketing of Italian naval vessels also would be on the agenda in the Arabian Gulf, Morocco, South Africa and Mozambique, while in Angola, talks would continue about Italian industry helping to develop a new type vessel for the local navy, he said.
The 27,600-ton Cavour has been involved in marketing activities before. In 2010, its maiden mission took it to earthquake-stricken Haiti with aid, earthmoving vehicles, hospital facilities and 900 personnel. But it also stopped off in Brazil, ostensibly to take on Brazilian medical personnel, but also to support Rome’s efforts to market naval vessels to Brazil.
Finmeccanica and Fincantieri, the two state-controlled companies that team on Italy’s naval construction, footed most of the bill for the mission.
This time, the mission has a more determinedly commercial profile, with potential buyers scheduled to board the Cavour at each port to view displays.
For companies in the Finmeccanica group, that means focusing on the gulf ports in Saudi Arabia, the United Arab Emirates, Oman, Qatar and Kuwait.
AgustaWestland will be parking an NH90 and AW101 helicopter on board the Cavour, while Oto Melara will promote its new guided munitions and Selex ES the combat management system it installed on Cavour. Torpedo unit WASS will promote its Black Shark torpedo, while visitors also will see the Storm Shadow, Meteor and Brimstone missiles built by MBDA, in which Finmeccanica holds a stake.
Small-vessel builder Intermarine is joining the trip, as is small arms maker Beretta.
“We are interested in the visits to the UAE, Qatar and Kuwait,” said Lorenzo Benigni, vice president for communications at electronics firm Elettronica, which has supplied self-protection systems on Cavour.
The defense stands will share space with displays promoting Italy’s hosting of Expo 2015, as well as stands taken by small aircraft maker Blackshape, tire-maker Pirelli and business aircraft company Piaggio Aero. Railway technology group Mermec and microsatellite builder Sitael also will be represented, as well as an Italian trade association grouping 2,800 furniture and wooden goods manufacturers.
The mission, De Giorgi said, represented “a business card for Italy,” while Mauro said, “the Cavour will be a piece of Italy.”
Following the stops in the gulf, the ships will make stops in Kenya, Madagascar, Mozambique, South Africa, Angola, Congo, Nigeria, Ghana, Senegal, Morocco and Algeria. During African stops, humanitarian groups on board, including 60 Red Cross volunteers, will work with locals.
Combined, the military presence, the marketing of Italian hardware and the humanitarian aid would show Italy is taking care of “360 degrees of cooperation,” De Giorgi said. The mission reflects De Giorgi’s desire to engage the Navy in civil tasks. Navy vessels help rescue migrants setting out in the Mediterranean Sea to cross to Italy on rickety fishing vessels.

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NHI livre un premier NH90 "Step B" à la marine italienne

Le 12/11/2013 à 11:01 | Par Guillaume Steuer


Après la France, l'Italie : NHIndustries annonce ce matin que la marine de Rome a pris réception le 8 novembre de son premier NH90-NFH au standard "Step B", c'est à théoriquement capable de remplir toutes ses missions de combat naval. Cette évolution du NH90 permettra notamment de mettre en oeuvre le missile antinavire Marte MK/2S.

Au total, Rome a passé commande de 56 NH90 dont 46 en configuration navale NH90-NFH, d'après NHIndustries. Cinq de ces derniers ont déjà été livrés au standard "Step A" afin de pallier les retards du programme et de permettre à la marine italienne de se "faire les dents" sur son nouvel hélicoptère. Une démarche semblable avait été adoptée en France par la Marine nationale.

Les cinq hélicoptères livrés à l'Italie au standard "Step A" seront progressivement modernisés au nouveau standard à partir de l'année prochaine, selon le consortium industriel (Eurocopter / AgustaWestland). Aucune date n'est avancée quant à la mise en service opérationnel complète des NH-90 NFH "Step B" italiens. Le premier appareil livré sera affecté au 5ème escadron d'hélicoptères de la "Marina Militare" sur la base de Sarzana-Luni, au nord-ouest du pays.

En France, seul un NH90-NFH "Step B" a été livré à la Marine, et il est en cours d'expérimentation dans le sud de la France, à Hyères. Une deuxième machine pourrait être livrée avant la fin de l'année, avec de longs mois de retard sur le calendrier initial. Au total, 27 NH90-NFH ont été commandés par Paris.

http://www.air-cosmos.com/defense/nhi-livre-un-premier-nh90-step-b-a-la-marine-italienne.html
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Alenia Aermacchi and Italian Air Force sign an agreement to provide development and industrialization of MC-27J Praetorian



Alenia Aermacchi (a Finmeccanica Company) and the Aeronautica Militare (Italian Air Force) signed today, during the Dubai Airshow 2013, an agreement to provide development, testing, certification, industrialization and logistic support of the Praetorian. The Praetorian, a specialized version of the MC-27J, will support missions for the Italian Special Forces, Comando Operativo Forze Speciali (COFS).
The Praetorian project will consist of two phases. During Phase One, Alenia Aermacchi will develop and deliver a prototype of the Praetorian to the Italian Air Force in spring 2014, immediately followed by testing in an operational scenario. Phase Two will encompass the industrialization of the Praetorian configuration and related logistic support.
The Italian Air Force plan to transform three C-27J’s, currently in service, into the Praetorian configuration during 2016 and will include mission systems, C3ISR equipment and palletized support / fire systems. An additional three aircraft will also have the same mission package capabilities.
Alenia Aermacchi, in partnership with US based ATK, will develop the Praetorian mission and air-to-ground support systems. Selex ES, a Finmeccanica Company, will partner with Alenia Aermacchi for the communication and data link equipment.
The MC-27J is an advanced defense system jointly developed by Alenia Aermacchi and ATK. The MC-27J is based on the C-27J, the most state-of-the-art twin-engine turboprop tactical transport aircraft currently available on the market providing unequalled performance. The ability to accommodate NATO standard pallets allows a wide range of palletized roll-on/roll-off solutions increasing the effectiveness of its tactical and strategic mission capabilities at lower costs, benefitting the Comando Operativo Forze Speciali (COFS) particularly strict operating requirements.
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DUBAI AND ROME — The successful test flight of the Piaggio Aero P.1HH Hammerhead UAV has been welcomed by the Italian Air Force as it looks to intensify its maritime surveillance operations. Lt. Gen. Pasquale Preziosa, chief of staff of the Italian Air Force, said at the Dubai Air Chief Conference this week that the Hammerhead will increase the intelligence, surveillance and reconnaissance (ISR) capabilities in its fight against illegal immigration. 
“It will give us the possibility to increase our capability in ISR, especially when we are facing in the Mediterranean illegal immigration from North Africa approaching Lampedusa,” he said. 
The test flight took place at Sicily’s Trapani air base on Nov. 14, according to Piaggio Aero. 
The Hammerhead features two pusher propellers and canards on the nose. It offers a 15.5-meter wing span, maximum takeoff weight of 6,146 kilograms and will fly to 45,000 feet with 16 hours endurance, with the company claiming it can get to a target faster and stay on target longer than rivals. 
Pasquale said that he hoped the UAV would be operational soon.

Last week, United Arab Emirates (UAE) investment fund Mubadala beefed up its stake in Piaggio Aero from 33 to 41 percent, as part of an equity increase of €190 million (US $255 million). 
Tata Limited, a UK offshoot of India’s Tata Group, also increased its stake from 33 to 44.5 percent. 
“The [Hammerhead] is an example of very good cooperation between Italy and the UAE,” Pasquale said. 
During Monday’s announcement, Mubadala CEO Khaldoon al-Mubarak was present alongside Alberto Galassi, CEO of Piaggio Aero, Pasquale and Fabrizio Giulianini, CEO of Selex ES. 
Despite the equity increase, Galassi said the product remains a 100 percent Italian product that will be used exclusively by the Italian Air Force and its NATO partners. 
“At this stage, Mubadala is a fundamental shareholder to develop this program,” he said. “It is an Italian program classified by the Italian government and is certified by the Italian Air Force.”

Galassi said he hopes the program will achieve certification by the end of 2014. 
“First of all, before looking for customers, you need to achieve certification, so this is the mission of 2014. Plenty of NATO countries are interested in having this program and we will see if there will be export versions of it. But of course, there are some limitations and classifications,” he said. 
“I’m expecting NATO countries to be our first and most important customers.” 
Italian procurement chief Gen. Claudio Debertolis said at this summer’s Paris Air Show that Italy could buy 10 of the aircraft, adding that he was also tipping the UAV as a candidate for a common European medium-altitude, long-endurance drone program and would assist in promoting it to other countries. 
Italy’s Selex ES will supply an electro-optical turret, forward-looking infrared, its e-scan Seaspray 7300 radar and mission management system.
“We partnered with Piaggio less than two years ago to develop it under a crash program and we achieved the maiden flight in an incredibly short time,” Giulianini said. 
Giulianini said he is confident that they can achieve certification by the end of 2014. 
“At the end of 2014, we will have full operational capability and of course then we will have further development by adding a full payload because this is a multiple mission aircraft,” he said. 
Selex has provided the vehicle control and management systems, aviation systems and avionics on board, Giulianini said. Furthermore, the data link system, ground control station and the management system with the sensors has also been developed by Selex. 

 
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Italian aircraft carrier at Jeddah port in ‘daring’ campaign


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JEDDAH — Members of the press, students and citizens and expatriates were welcomed on board the aircraft carrier Cavour, the newest flagship of the Italian Navy, which arrived in Jeddah Islamic Port on Monday and will stay until Friday.

The 30th Italian Naval Group, consisting of Cavour, logistic supply ship Etna, frigate Bergamini and patrol ship Borsini, is on a “daring and ambitious” campaign that will see it cross the Red Sea, the Gulf of Aden, the Indian Ocean and the Arabic Gulf, ending with the circumnavigation of Africa, visiting 20 ports of 18 different nations, including the United Arab Emirates, Oman, South Africa, Morocco and Algeria. A total of more than 1,200 sailors and marines have been embarked on the ships for this mission, including some 100 women.

According to Rear Adm. Paolo Treu, commander of the Naval Group 30, what makes the campaign of 146 days “daring and ambitious” is the wide range of objectives the mission carries, not only in fields directly related to the navy but also in humanitarian and promotional fields.

“We are ready to show the world what Italy can do, displaying products and capabilities of excellence not only in the military world and the industrial field, but also in the humanitarian one,” Treu said, referring to the humanitarian assistance mission to be carried out in various African countries.

More than 200 surgeries, to be performed in the two surgery rooms on board the aircraft carrier, have already been scheduled, he said, adding that the Cavour features 32 hospital beds in addition to 12 intensive care and emergency rooms.

The humanitarian mission will be conducted in cooperation with Operation Smile Nonprofit Organization, RAVA Nonprofit Foundation, and volunteer nurses from the Italian Red Cross in collaboration with the Red Crescent.

Other objectives the 36,000 km-long campaign will try to accomplish include training crew in tropical climate and open seas; interactions with allied navies and friendly nations to enhance interoperability and integration; providing deterrence wherever and whenever necessary, ensuring protection of merchant shipping and fighting against piracy, Treu continued.

The latter is especially important for countries along the Mediterranean Sea, as piracy in the seas leading to the Suez Canal directly diminishes trade in those countries.

He said thanks to the efforts of the EU and NATO, no piracy incidents had taken place along the coast of Somalia during the past year. However, he warned that pirates were appearing in new areas in Africa, stressing that continued deterrence was necessary to keep pirates away.

In the cooperation field, Treu said, the objective is to promote joint exercises and training to develop the capabilities of some of the navies of the visited countries, while the circumnavigation of Africa would focus on humanitarian assistance.

The campaign will also support national foreign affair policy by offering support for intergovernmental meetings and attending regional events, such as the UAE National Day celebrations, Qatar National Day and the Air Defense Exhibition in Kuwait.

Italian Ambassador Mario Boffo, who came to Jeddah specially for the visit of the Naval Group 30, said while the Kingdom and Italy already enjoyed outstanding relations, “Italy wants to be more present” not only in the gastronomical and cultural fields but also in the industrial and technological fields.

Produced by Italy, the two ships that are visiting Jeddah represent the technology and maritime tradition Italy has, Boffo said, adding that recently, big celebrations to commemorate the 80-year relationship between the two countries had been organized in Rome.

A peculiar objective related to displaying Italian entrepreneurial excellence is to promote the World Exposition (EXPO) in Milan in 2015, the rear admiral said, while promoting Italian products in important emerging markets. It is the first time an aircraft carrier hosts such an exposition.

The mission is also unique in its wide range of public and private stakeholders involved in the campaign, such as the Italian ministers of foreign affairs, economic development, and cultural activities and tourism; the Institute of Foreign Commerce and various manufacturers ranging from electronic defense equipment and shipbuilding to wood and furniture.

During its five-day stopover in Jeddah, several activities have been planned, such as tours for people and students interested in the ship, a lunch for Italian Business Group members and a lecture about Islam in Sicily by Italian professor Francesca Corrao.
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Following an announcement earlier this year by the Italian Navy's chief admiral Giuseppe De Giorgi, the service's head of ship design is preparing to elaborate on plans and partnership potential at the annual Surface Warships conference being held in the UK this January.

Following an announcement earlier this year by the Italian Navy's chief admiral Giuseppe De Giorgi, the service's head of ship design is preparing to elaborate on plans and partnership potential at the annual Surface Warships conference being held in the UK this January.
Italian Navy will have to replace its Maestrale class Frigates among other vessels

"The Italian Navy is currently working to start a shipbuilding programme which would include different types of platforms, including a multirole patrol vessels, a multirole amphibious ship, a logistic support vessel and a multirole submarine support vessel," Captain Sergio Simone told Defence IQ ahead of his address, explaining that ageing destroyers, frigates, patrol ships and corvettes are all in need of urgent replacement.

Simone will be presenting the latest plans and opportunities to the Surface Warships delegation, which includes international military officers and programme managers, as well as private industry professionals looking for the chance to network directly with those making decisions for future surface combatant requirements.

Italy has recently been a world leader in modern surface warship design, having been part of the multinational design and delivery of the FREMM vessel programme first commissioned by the French Navy in 2012.

Other nations representing plans for upgrades and procurement include Denmark, which hopes to enhance the capabilities of its offshore patrol vessels operating off Greenland, and Spain, which is now developing the F-110 multipurpose frigate for full service in 2025.
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The delivery of the Italian FREMM “Virginio FASAN”, the first in ASW configuration, was held yesterday at the FINCANTIERI shipyard in Muggiano (La Spezia). The FASAN was delivered to the Customer with an outstanding state of readiness. All the scheduled complex and meaningful operations were performed in due time. Within the current framework of the FREMM Programme for Italy eight vessels are included and an option for additional two, which has still to be exercised.

The whole Programme is in line with the scheduled timeline thanks to the cooperative synergy among OCCAR, Italian Navy and national Industries. OCCAR (Organisation for Joint Armament Cooperation) is the contracting Authority for the FREMM Programme, Orizzonte Sistemi Navali (51% Fincantieri, 49% Selex ES) is the Prime Contractor for Italy.
The European cooperation through OCCAR is the real winning point of this terrific success.

The high level objectives achieved in 2013 have been:
• Start up of the works on the sixth Italian frigate
• Activation of the contractual option for the full in-service support
• Final delivery of the first-of-class general purpose Carlo BERGAMINI, fully operational
• Launch of the third Italian FREMM, Carlo MARGOTTINI and start of sea trials
• Delivery of the ASW Virginio FASAN, fully operational

The FREMM CARLO MARGOTTINI, the second in ASW configuration, is accomplishing its sea trials and will be delivered in the early months of 2014.

The Italian FREMM Frigates represent a technological excellence: 144 metres long with a displacement at full load of approximately 6,700 tons, the ships have been designed for achieving a maximum speed of over 27 knots and providing accommodation up to 200 people (crew and additional personnel), granting high degree of flexibility and the capability to operate in a wide range of scenarios and in all tactical situations.
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ROME — The Italian Navy has secured funding for 10 large ships it plans to build rapidly over the next decade as the bulk of the current fleet goes out of service, the head of the Navy told Defense News in an interview.
Italy’s 2014 state budget, approved in late December, contains a €5.8 billion (US $7.8 billion) funding package for the new vessels, mainly a new multipurpose ship conceived by Navy planners to fight wars as well as handle humanitarian relief operations.
“There are funds to build 10 vessels, possibly meaning eight multipurpose ships, one amphibious ship and a logistics vessel,” said Navy chief Adm. Giuseppe De Giorgi, who added the Navy had an eventual requirement for 12 multipurpose ships.
“I am satisfied with the budget law,” he said. “This gives us some oxygen.”
This year, De Giorgi said, he hopes to sign contracts for the multipurpose ships, — the design of which is still evolving. The work will likely go to Italian shipyard Fincantieri.
Construction of the first vessel would take two years, with a launch in three, delivery in four and entry into service in five years. “We would like to see all of them in service within a decade,” he said.
The €5.8 billion funding will not all go to the Navy. Under a system used in Italy for other large procurement programs, the government will take out bank loans to fund the program, then release the €5.8 billion over a number of years to repay the loans with interest.
De Giorgi said stripping off the interest repayments, the Navy would have about €4.5 billion to spend. With the multipurpose ships costing around €350 million each, the money might cover the 10 vessels, as well as two smaller minesweepers, he said.
The amphibious ship would replace one of three aging landing platform dock vessels and make good on a procurement plan for such a vessel that has been on standby for a number of years.
De Giorgi said the new buys needed to be finalized “as soon as possible,” adding that 50 of the Navy’s 60 vessels will go out of service in the next decade.
One analyst said that because the Navy received a large amount of funds for fleet renewal in the 1970s, it is no coincidence that many ships are heading out of service around the same time, making a second round of large investment essential.
“Without these new funds, Admiral De Giorgi would have managed to find money for one or two vessels at best through normal funding channels and thus go into a dangerous block obsolescence,” said retired Rear Adm. Michele Cosentino, a naval analyst and writer.
De Giorgi has ordered the initial design work to be done in-house, masterminding the concept work with Navy designers, rather than giving a development contract to Fincantieri, a move he said would save money and speed up the construction.
“We have returned to how the Navy did things in the 1970s and 1980s,” he said.
The baseline design offers two cannons — a 127mm gun in the bow and a 76mm gun at the stern — along with a hangar for two NH90 helicopters, the option of carrying containers or small boats on deck, and a varying number of launch cells for the Aster 30 missile. Some of the vessels could mount the Scalp Naval missile, or as an alternative, the Tomahawk cruise missile, he said.
To reach 35 knots, a water jet could be added to the traditional propulsion, De Giorgi said. Moving at that speed with containers piled on board would not threaten the stability of the vessel, he added.
Cosentino pointed out that the three innovative aspects of the design are the integrated mast, grouping radar, infrared, communications and electronic warfare; the mission bay under the flight deck, which will house small boats, both manned and unmanned; and an integrated bridge that replaces the traditional combat information center. “These three concepts have not been tried in Italy before,” he said.
Renderings released by the Navy show the design is evolving. One design features the flight deck ending short of the stern of the vessel to make room for the 76mm gun, another shows it extending to the stern with no gun.
Early designs featured the integrated mast, known as the Unimast, now being offered by Italy’s Selex ES, which combines numerous functions while overcoming the typical problems of signal interference. The Unimast, with its radar composed of fixed arrays, is due to be installed on future multimission frigates (FREMMs), replacing the current Empar radar.
One recent design of the multipurpose ship did not, however, include the mast and shows various emitters, including the fixed array radar, integrated into the bridge structure.
“By doing that, we could make maintenance of the various components easier,” De Giorgi said.
Apart from finding funding for its multipurpose ships, the Navy has also recently received funds to order its seventh and eighth FREMMs, part of a planned order of 10. The two vessels will be general purpose variants, an industrial source said, and the eighth will offer the Unimast, De Giorgi said.
Both will offer an increase of 3 to 4 knots in diesel cruising, up from the current 16 knots, he said. When ordered, the ninth and tenth FREMMs may mount the Scalp Naval missile, he added.

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Italian Navy Ship Visits Kenya

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The Italian naval ship, ITS Cavour, arrived at the Mombasa port in Kenya last Friday, Standard Digital reports.

 
ITS Cavour is an aircraft carrier and the newest flagship of the Italian Navy. The ship is capable of carrying heavy vehicles as well as performing helicopter air operations and command and control operations.
She is 244 meters long and has a displacement of 27.900 tons but can reach more than 30.000 tons full loaded.
Rear Admiral Paolo Treau, Commander of the 30th naval group, said that the mission to Mombasa and Africa is both a daring and ambitious initiative.
The ship welcomed Kenya Navy senior and junior officers, officials from the Mombasa country and selected schools, among the invited guests.

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(BRUXELLES2) Le sort des deux fusiliers marins italiens (Maro) retenus prisonniers en Inde, pour avoir tué (accidentellement) en février 2012 deux pêcheurs indiens, s’est compliqué depuis quelques jours avec le risque de peine de mort qu’encourent les deux militaires qui étaient chargés de protéger un navire italien MT Enrica Lexie.

Un motif d’inculpation qui signifierait la peine de mort

Plus exactement, la NIA – National Investigation Agency – qui enquête sur l’affaire a invoqué la section 3 de la loi visant à réprimer les infractions à la sécurité en mer. Une disposition qui implique en cas de décès des victimes, la peine de mort, selon la presse indienne. Certes un accord a été donné, en son temps, oralement que la « peine de mort » ne serait pas appliqué. Mais la question ressurgit régulièrement et suscite l’inquiétude et nombre de réactions dans la classe politique italienne qui trouve, là, un certain consensus. Même si, à Rome, la ministre des Affaires étrangères, Emma Bonino, se refuse à trop polémiquer, préférant avoir des informations plus précises pour se prononcer.

Pour les vice-présidents du Parlement européen, Deux ans ca suffit !

Les deux vice-présidents (italiens) du Parlement européen, Roberta Angelilli (Parti des Libertés, droite) et Gianni Pittella (Parti démocrate, gauche) ont ainsi décidé d’écrire à la Haute représentante de l’UE, Catherine Ashton. Les déclarations récentes du ministre de l’Intérieur, Sushil Kumar Shinde, « nécessitent une clarification officielle afin d’éloigner tout doute, précise Roberta Angelilli dans un communiqué publié sur son site.

« Il est totalement inacceptable que, après environ deux ans d’enquête, les charges n’aient pas été clairement définies. Cela viole les droits fondamentaux, notamment le droit à une défense, reconnu par les conventions internationales. Nous exigeons une position claire de la Haute représentante de l’Union pour les affaires étrangères, Catherine Ashton, pour qu’il y ait une mise en œuvre complète du droit international. » Et d’ajouter sur sa page facebook : « Cela fait deux ans que Salvatore Girone et Massimiliano Latorre sont séquestrés en Inde. Ca suffit ! »

« La Commission européenne doit prendre une position ferme », ont souligné les deux eurodéputés devant la presse lui demandant d’apporter « tout le soutien possible à l’Italie dans cette question regrettable et inacceptable ». « L’Europe ne peut pas continuer à rester les bras croisés. Ce n’est pas seulement une affaire bilatérale entre deux Etats, mais c’est le rôle de la diplomatie européenne, les règles coutumières du droit international et surtout le respect des droits fondamentaux de l’homme (qui) sont en cause. »

Prudence diplomatique, côté européen

Du côté de la Haute représentante, on affirme suivre la situation « de très près ». « Toute décision sur cette affaire sera étudiée méticuleusement » a précisé la porte-parole de C. Ashton en réponse aux interrogations de mes collègues italiens ce lundi (13 janvier) midi. « L’Union européenne encourage l’Inde à trouver une solution pour cette affaire qui dure depuis très longtemps. » Une solution qui doit être trouvée « en conformité avec la convention du droit de la mer des Nations-Unies » et qui « doit s’inscrire dans le cadre de la lutte mondiale contre la piraterie », a-t-elle ajouté.

Menace de suspension des négociations UE – Inde

Le commissaire européen chargé de l’Industrie, l’Italien Antonio Tajani, va plus loin que le langage diplomatique. Dans un entretien avec l’agence de presse Adnkronos, donné ce week-end, il préconise ainsi la manière forte, si les militaires « devaient risquer la peine de mort, l’Europe ne pouvait pas faire autrement que réagir très fortement, par exemple, interrompre les négociations de l’accord de libre-échange avec l’Inde en cours ».

(Nicolas Gros-Verheyde, avec Loreline Merelle)

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Les forces aériennes italiennes ont déployé des drones MQ-9 Reaper en Afghanistan

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Pour appuyer le contingent italien déployé dans l’ouest de l’Afghanistan, l’Aeoronautica Militare, et plus précisément son 32e escadron (Stormo), met en oeuvre, depuis 2007, à partir d’Herat, des drones MQ-1 Predator. Ces derniers y seront très prochainement remplacés par une version plus évoluée, à savoir le MQ-9 Reaper, dont la France vient de se doter de deux exemplaires pour ses opérations au Sahel.

En effet, la force aérienne italienne a annoncé, le 17 janvier, qu’un MQ-9 Reaper avait réalisé une première mission d’une heure afin de vérifier la fonctionnalité des équipements et de valider les procédures d’emploi. L’ensemble des appareils déployés, dont le nombre n’a pas été précisé, ont obtenu leur capacité opérationnelle finale à l’issue d’autres tests effectués au sol et en vol.

Les Reaper italiens seront utilisés pour mener des missions de surveillance et de renseignement au profit de la Force internationale d’assistance à la sécurité (ISAF), déployée en Afghanistan sous l’autorité de l’Otan. Ils serviront également à faire en sorte que le retrait du contingent italien de la province d’Herat se fasse dans de bonnes conditions.

Comme ceux mis en oeuvre par l’armée de l’Air française et à la différence de la Royal Air Force, les MQ-9 Reaper italiens ne sont pas armés. Pourtant, au moment de leur commande (4 en août 2008, avec les stations de contrôle au sol et la maintenance pour 330 millions de dollars suivis de 2 autres en novembre 2009), les responsables américains avaient envisagé cette possibilité afin de permettre à l’Italie de contribuer davantage “à des opérations qui protègent non seulement les troupes italiennes, mais aussi celles des Etats-Unis et d’autres partenaires de la coalition”, comme l’avait indiqué en mai 2012, au Wall Street Journal, un porte-parole du Pentagone.

Seulement, cette idée a fait apparemment long feu. Pourtant, le général italien Alberto Rosso, responsable de la logistique au sein de l’Aeronautica Militare, avait indiqué que diposer de drones armés était une “haute priorité” pour l’Italie. “Les Etats-Unis ne sont pas les seuls à fournir cette capacité. S’ils ne sont pas capables de répondre à nos exigences, nous chercheront une autre alternative”, avait-il affirmé.  


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Italian Air Force To Purchase CAE UAS Mission Trainer

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CAE has won a contract to provide an Unmanned Aerial System (UAS) Mission Trainer representing the General Atomics Predator remotely piloted aircraft (RPA).
The Italian Air Force will receive the CAE UAS Mission trainer in early 2015, and will be used to provide initial and mission training for Predator pilots and sensor operators.
With this contract, the Italian Directorate for Air Armaments and Airworthiness answered to the Italian Air Force’s need to complete the full spectrum of required capabilities in the RPA sector. The new CAE UAS Mission Trainer will boost Italy’s training capability by enabling the Italian Air Force to rely less on live flight training and allow Predator crews to increasingly practice procedures to counter potentially catastrophic emergencies. In addition, the Italian Air Force will be able to conduct networked training exercises, thus maximizing the operational experience gained in the last decade of employment of such effective and combat proven systems.

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The two airborne early warning and control (AEW&C) system aircraft that Italy will get from Israel – linked to the latter's acquisition of the Alenia [url=http://www.flightglobal.com/landingpage/Aermacchi M-346.html]Aermacchi M-346[/url] trainer – will have some "extra" capabilities, based mainly on the miniaturisation of the different building blocks.
Israel Aerospace Industries' Elta Systems subsidiary is currently manufacturing the AEW&C system selected by the Italian air force, with the service's modified [url=http://www.flightglobal.com/landingpage/Gulfstream G550.html]Gulfstream G550[/url] business jets expected to be delivered in late 2015.
The Israeli air force is to field a fleet of 30 M-346 trainers, which it will refer to as the "Lavi".
IAI has previously supplied G550-based AEW&C aircraft to the air forces of Israel and Singapore. These operate a combined six of the model, according to Flightglobal's Ascend Online Fleets database.
In a parallel effort, Elta continues to offer a version of its AEW&C package with the Airbus Defence & Space C295 – a radome-equipped demonstrator of which has already been shown to potential clients.
The G550 and C295 are offered with a full range of equipment, including an AEW radar, electronic intelligence and communications intelligence sensors, plus self-protection systems, command and control systems and a comprehensive communication suite – including datalinks and a satellite communication capability.

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