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US senators introduce legislation to sell 66 US F-16 C/Ds to Taiwan




The US will sell no fewer than 66 new F-16 C/D multirole fighter jets to Taiwan following the introduction of legislation by Senators John Cornyn and Robert Menendez.

The bill cited a report to justify the legislation as the sale "would generate some $8.7bn in output and more than 87,664 person-years of employment in the US," including 23,407 direct jobs, while "economic benefits would likely be realised in 44 states and the District of Columbia."

The act will be legally binding once passed, unless it is vetoed by President Barrack Obama.

Focus Taiwan quoted a statement from Cornyn's office as saying, "This sale is a win-win, in strengthening the national security of our friend Taiwan as well as our own, and supporting tens of thousands of jobs in the US."

In a statement Menendez said, "Providing the military resources Taiwan needs is in the vital security interest of Taiwan, the national security interest of the United States, and is compelled by the Taiwan Relations Act.

"Delaying the decision to sell F-16s to Taiwan could result in the closure of the F-16 production line, which would cost New Jersey 750 manufacturing jobs," he added.

The sale of 66 F-16 C/Ds to Taiwan to modernise its air force and maintain its self-defence capability has been postponed, with the US offering upgrade to Taiwan's existing F-16 A/Bs.


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belle piece de theatre entre le senat et le WH Rolling Eyes comme quoi zaama vous voyez on voulait pas mais notre systeme democratique peut l´imposer..

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Taiwan Air Force F-16 fighter jets fly in formation while releasing flares during the annual Han Kuang military exercise in Suao, Ilan county in this May 16, 2007 file photo. The Obama administration's impending decision on new arms sales to Taiwan is likely to strain the diplomatic truce between the United States and China, which faces rising domestic demands to wield its growing power against debt-saddled Washington.



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Rising China overshadows Taiwan’s fighter upgrade hopes
By Greg Waldron

A stroll through the halls of last month's Taipei Aerospace & Defense Technology Exhibition (TADTE) served to highlight the combat fleet renewal challenges facing Taiwan's Republic of China Air Force (ROCAF).

Only a handful of major aerospace defence firms were in attendance: ITT, Lockheed Martin, Northrop Grumman, Pratt & Whitney, Raytheon and Sikorsky. More conspicuous were those absent. Boeing, Dassault, Eurofighter, Saab, Sukhoi, Thales and many other air show stalwarts failed to appear.

An executive at one western aerospace firm with significant commercial interests on the Chinese mainland says the subject of Taiwan is "toxic" within his company. As Beijing's power of influence continues to grow, many foreign diplomats probably take this view as well.

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Against this backdrop, Taiwan urgently needs new fighters. Its Lockheed F-16A/Bs, Aerospace Industrial Development Corporation (AIDC) F-CK-1 indigenous defence fighters (IDF), Dassault Mirage 2000s and Northrop F-5s are increasingly outdated compared with newer types being acquired by the Chinese air force.

"The ROCAF's key challenges include the procurement and sustainment of modern airframes," says Michael Stokes of Project 2049, a think tank specialising on China. "The current fleet, consisting of four fighter variants, is ageing and increasingly difficult to sustain. Other challenges include air base survivability, although significant steps have been taken to enhance rapid runway repair capabilities."

Beijing, meanwhile, views Taiwan as a breakaway province and it is determined to get it back. It prefers a peaceful reunification, but has never ruled out force. China's air force is steadily upgrading its squadrons with advanced types such as the Chengdu J-10A and J-10B. Photographs of a test J-10B equipped with an active electronically scanned array (AESA) radar have appeared on Chinese websites.

China also has a powerful force of Sukhoi Su-27s and its local clone, the J-11B. Early this year it stunned the aviation world when images and videos of the developmental Chengdu J-20 emerged.

"As recently as 10 years ago we led them by quite a large margin in military aerospace," said a Taiwanese industry source at TADTE. "But now they are developing their own fighters.
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STARK PICTURE

A report published by Rand in early 2011 painted a stark picture of a theoretical Chinese air attack on Taiwan between 2015 and 2030. Rand foresees Chinese ballistic missiles overwhelming Taiwan's air defences and air bases. US Air Force bases in the western Pacific would receive similar treatment, in addition to attention from dozens of aged Xian H-6K bombers carrying long-range cruise missiles. Crucially, the USAF has few back-up options owing to simple geography: it is forced to operate from a vast ocean with scattered, far-apart airfields. China meanwhile has tremendous strategic depth, with numerous airfields and plenty of space to hide mobile missile launchers - greatly complicating the counter-strike mission for Taiwanese and US forces.

With Taiwan's air defences knocked out and USAF bases disabled, Chinese fighters would establish air corridors that attack aircraft could use to approach Taiwan at low altitude. Ultimately, its air force would establish aerial supremacy over the east coast of Taiwan using long-range fighters such as the J-11B as well as the J-10, which would require aerial refuelling at this range. This would prevent US airborne warning and control system aircraft from peering at shipping in the Taiwan Strait, thus opening the door for an amphibious invasion.

This scenario is extreme, but in any conflict the ROCAF's role would be to put up a credible defence, providing the island's political leaders breathing space in which to deal with Beijing's demands. It is exactly this mission that will be undermined if its combat power continues its relative decline against that of its Chinese counterpart.

China is well aware of the stakes: during a visit to the USA earlier this year, Chinese army chief Chen Bingde urged his hosts to cease arms sales to Taiwan, and review the 1979 Taiwan Relations Act, which requires the Washington to sell Taiwan arms of a defensive nature.

Taipei has been requesting 66 F-16C/D fighters since 2006. Apparently concerned about irritating China, Washington has prevaricated on approving the deal. China's sensitivities have gained increasing prominence in recent years, as it holds over $1 trillion in US government debt at a time when the US and other western economies appear to be heading into another recession.

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China's air force is steadily upgrading its squadrons with advanced types such as the Chengdu J-10A and J-10B

US secretary of state Hillary Clinton has said she will make a recommendation about the F-16C/D sale on 1 October: an odd choice of date, as this is China's national day. Industry sources at TATDE said they were doubtful that the deal would go through. After the show, a media report quoting sources emerged saying that the USA plans to turn down the sale and offer an enhanced upgrade of the F-16A/Bs instead. The USA and Taiwan immediately denied this, saying a decision had yet to be made.

If, as many believe, the requested F-16C/D deal falls through, it could become a political issue in next year's US elections. Lockheed has said that it plans to stop production of the type by the end of 2013 if no additional commitments for the aircraft emerge. A report by US research firm The Perryman Group says an F-16C/D deal for Taiwan would generate $8.7 billion in output for US industry, yield $768 million in federal taxes and $593 million in local taxes. Amid a challenging US jobs market, the Obama administration could be wary of the perception that it sacrificed American jobs in favour of China's sensitivities.

UPGRADE PLANS

Taiwan also seeks to upgrade its almost 150 active F-16A/Bs. Delivered in the early 1990s, these are the backbone of its air force. The core of any upgrade package would involve the retrofitting of AESA radars, either the Raytheon advanced combat radar (RACR) or Northrop's scalable agile beam radar (SABR). A source at TADTE said Taiwan would most likely end up with the AESA radar eventually selected by the USAF for its own F-16 upgrade programme. Any local upgrade would also include improved electronic warfare (EW) capabilities. At TADTE ITT promoted its ALQ-211 pod-housed EW suite.

The other dominant type filling out Taiwan's squadrons is the IDF. AIDC announced the mid-life upgrade of 71 of the aircraft in late June, when it delivered the first six upgraded examples.

The contract is worth New Taiwan dollars (NT$) 17 billion ($588 million). It will be completed in two to three years and the air force is in the process of deciding whether it will upgrade its remaining 50 of the type. C H Lee, AIDC's vice-president of military business development, is confident the service will also modify this second batch of aircraft, as it would simplify the future logistics burden of supporting the type.

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Under the programme the IDF's digital flight computer will be improved and a colour display processor added. The aircraft's GD-53 Golden Dragon pulse Doppler radar, an indigenous version of the General Electric APG-67, receives upgrades to help it better deal with electronic countermeasures. The work also doubles the number of Tien Chien-II Sky Sword air-to-air missiles the aircraft can carry, to four. AIDC is proposing a further upgrade, including an active jammer and data link.

Taiwan also operates about 50 Mirage 2000-5 fighters. Air force officials declined to comment on the state of the aircraft, but industry sources have said that sustainment is an issue. One source says France, eyeing commercial contracts on the mainland, is even more wary of offending China than the USA. The pricing of Mirage spares has also been an issue, the source adds.

Rounding out Taiwan's fighter fleet is handful of F-5s. These are largely obsolescent and being phased out. Richard Bitzinger, senior fellow at Singapore's S Rajaratnam School of International Studies Military Transformations programme, said these aircraft probably should have been retired 10 years ago. "There is only so much you can do with an airframe that is 30 to 35 years old," he says.

In Bitzinger's view, the outlook for Taiwan's fighter force depends on the F-16. He is doubtful the C/D sale will go through, but adds that the likely upgrade package for the in-service F-16A/Bs would bring them to nearly a Block 60 standard.

"The F-16 upgrade is a very good consolation prize," Bitzinger says. "And even if Taipei doesn't get the F-16C/Ds, they can always ask again."

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Taïwan envisage de construire ses propres sous-marins


Taïwan étudie la faisabilité de construire lui-même des sous-marins classiques, après que les Etats-Unis aient bloqué pendant de nombreuses années sa demande d’achat, rapporte lundi un quotidien local.



L’United Daily News cite des sources militaires anonymes, selon qui une étude sur la construction de sous-marins a été lancée, et que la marine taïwanaise à acquérir le savoir-faire auprès de constructeurs étrangers.

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La marine taïwanaise a chargé un constructeur naval local de contacter un pays pouvant construire des sous-marins pour conclure un partenariat pour la construction de sous-marins classiques.

Après des années de négociations, la marine a reçu une première réponse positive. Mais des sources militaires reconnaissent que des efforts énormes sont encore nécessaires pour parvenir à l’objectif, parce que la construction de sous-marins nécessite une expertise technologique avancée.

Au cours des derniers mois, les sources indiquent que le Naval Shipbuilding Development Center a étudié les plans des 2 sous-marins de la classe Hai Lung (des sous-marins néerlandais de la classe Zwaardvis) qui ont été mis en service en 1987 et 1988.

De plus, les autorités navales se préparent à envoyer des officiers à l’étranger pour étudier les techniques de construction ou pour négocier un transfert de technologies, en particulier pour la fabrication de la coque épaisse, la partie la plus difficile dans la construction d’un sous-marin, expliquent les sources.

Dans un premier temps, la marine pourrait commencer par construire de petits sous-marins, de quelques centaines de tonnes de déplacement.



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Taiwan would be pleased if the US has indeed agreed to help upgrade its fleet of F-16A/B aircraft and plans to move toward selling it the even more sophisticated F-35 model at some point, Deputy Minister of National Defense Andrew Yang (楊念祖) said in Richmond, Virginia, on Sunday.

“The retrofit of the F-16A/B fleet is part of Taiwan’s national defense policy. It would be great if the US approves the deal,” Yang said on the sidelines of this year’s US-Taiwan Defense Industry Conference, to which he led a Taiwanese delegation.

The administration of US President Barack Obama has reportedly decided to sell Taiwan a US$4.2 billion arms package that would include an upgrade to Taiwan’s F-16A/B fleet, but not the more advanced F-16C/Ds Taipei is eager to acquire.

Two US congressional aides told reporters that the US Department of State gave a briefing on Capitol Hill on its decision on Friday, but has yet to issue a formal notification of the intended sale. An announcement on the sale is expected by the end of this month.

Yang said Taiwan and the US have consistently addressed security issues in accordance with the Taiwan Relations Act.

“Arms procurements should follow the prescribed procedures,” Yang said, adding that the US decision to offer Taiwan the F-16A/B upgrade package might not necessarily imply it had rejected the F-16C/D deal.

Noting that the F-16A/B upgrade and the F-16C/D procurement are two separate matters, Yang said Taiwan had not received any -formal notification that the US had decided against the F-16C/D deal.

In Taipei, Minister of National Defense Kao Hua-chu (高華柱) yesterday also denied the US would not offer the F-16C/Ds as part of a new arms package, adding that he had not received any official information to that effect.

Kao said the deal had not yet been finalized and that Taiwan had not been notified.

The F-16A/B is a high-performance aircraft with all sorts of combat equipment and functions and the fleet would be able to perform even better after a mid-life upgrade, Yang said.

There were no immediate details on the package of upgrades the US is providing for the F-16A/Bs. However, even if it includes sophisticated radar, avionics and missile systems, Taiwan’s air force will still lag far behind its Chinese counterpart, defense analysts say.

A Pentagon report issued last year painted a grim picture of Taiwan’s air defense capabilities, saying many of its 400 combat aircraft would not be available to help withstand an attack from China.

Wang Kao-cheng (王高成), a military expert at Tamkang University, said Taiwan’s air defenses would get a lift from the upgrade, but that the country is still at a profound disadvantage compared with Beijing in the number of third-generation warplanes it has at its disposal.

“Taiwan has fallen behind in air superiority as of now, not to mention the fact that China is developing fourth-generation stealth fighters, which could be very powerful,” Wang said. “The upgrade program will not fill the vacuum left over by the absence of the F-16C/Ds.”

Asked whether a possible setback in the attempt to buy F-16C/Ds reflected a US change in its policy toward Taiwan following its increasing reliance on Beijing in recent years, Yang said he did not think the US would take sides.

The Taiwanese government remains confident of US neutrality in dealing with cross-strait issues, he said.

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Taipei Economic and Cultural Representative Office in the United States - Retrofit of F-16A/B Aircraft

WASHINGTON, September 21, 2011 -- The Defense Security Cooperation Agency notified Congress today of a possible Foreign Military Sale to the Taipei Economic and Cultural Representative Office in the United States of retrofitting of F-16A/B aircraft and associated equipment, parts, training and logistical support for an estimated cost of $5.3 billion.

The Taipei Economic and Cultural Representative Office in the United States has requested a retrofit of 145 F-16A/B aircraft that includes sale of: 176 Active Electronically Scanned Array (AESA) radars; 176 Embedded Global Positioning System Inertial Navigation Systems; 176 ALQ-213 Electronic Warfare Management systems; upgrade 82 ALQ-184 Electronic Countermeasures (ECM) pods to incorporate Digital Radio Frequency Memory (DRFM) technology or purchase new ECM pods (AN/ALQ-211(V)9 Airborne Integrated Defensive Electronic Warfare Suites (AIDEWS) with DRFM, or AN/ALQ-131 pods with DRFM); 86 tactical data link terminals; upgrade 28 electro-optical infrared targeting Sharpshooter pods; 26 AN/AAQ-33 SNIPER Targeting Systems or AN/AAQ-28 LITENING Targeting Systems; 128 Joint Helmet Mounted Cueing Systems; 128 Night Vision Goggles; 140 AIM-9X SIDEWINDER Missiles; 56 AIM-9X Captive Air Training Missiles; 5 AIM-9X Telemetry kits; 16 GBU-31V1 Joint Direct Attack Munitions (JDAMs) kits; 80 GBU-38 JDAM kits; Dual Mode/ Global Positioning System Laser-Guided Bombs (16 GBU-10 Enhanced PAVEWAY II or GBU-56 Laser JDAM, 80 GBU-12 Enhanced PAVEWAY II or GBU-54 Laser JDAM, 16 GBU-24 Enhanced PAVEWAY III); 64 CBU-105 Sensor Fused Weapons with Wind-Corrected Munition Dispensers (WDMD); 153 LAU-129 Launchers with missile interface; upgrade of 158 APX-113 Advanced Identification Friend or Foe Combined Interrogator Transponders; and HAVE GLASS II applications. Also included are: ammunition, alternate mission equipment, engineering and design study on replacing existing F100-PW-220 engines with F100-PW-229 engines, update of Modular Mission Computers, cockpit multifunction displays, communication equipment, Joint Mission Planning Systems, maintenance, construction, repair and return, aircraft tanker support, aircraft ferry services, aircraft and ground support equipment, spare and repair parts, publications and technical documentation, personnel training and training equipment, U.S. Government and contractor engineering, technical, and logistics support, test equipment, site surveys, and other related elements of logistics support. The estimated cost is $5.3 billion.

This sale is consistent with United States law and policy as expressed in Public Law 96-8.

This proposed sale serves U.S. national, economic, and security interests by supporting the recipient’s continuing efforts to modernize its armed forces and enhance its defensive capability. The proposed sale will help improve the security of the recipient and assist in maintaining political stability, military balance, and economic progress in the region.

The proposed retrofit improves both the capabilities and the reliability of the recipient’s fleet of F-16A/B aircraft. The improved capability, survivability, and reliability of newly retrofitted F-16A/B aircraft will greatly enhance the recipient’s ability to defend its borders.
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Taipei Economic and Cultural Representative Office in the United States - Foreign Military Sales Order II (FMSO II)

WASHINGTON, September 21, 2011 -- The Defense Security Cooperation Agency notified Congress today of a possible Foreign Military Sales Order II (FMSO II) to the Taipei Economic and Cultural Representative Office in the United States for an estimated cost of $52 million.

The Taipei Economic and Cultural Representative Office in the United States has requested a FMSO II to provide funds for blanket order requisitions, under the Cooperative Logistics Supply Agreement (CLSSA) for spare parts in support of F-16A/B, F-5E/F, C-130H, and Indigenous Defense Fighter (IDF) aircraft. The estimated cost is $52 million.

This sale is consistent with United States law and policy as expressed in Public Law 96-8.

This proposed sale serves U.S. national, economic, and security interests by supporting the recipient’s continuing efforts to modernize its armed forces and enhance its defensive capability. The proposed sale will help improve the security of the recipient and assist in maintaining political stability, military balance, and economic progress in the region.

The recipient requires continuing procurement and repair of aircraft spare parts through the USG’s FMSO II program in order to sustain and keep flyable its military fleets of F-16, F-5, C-130, and IDF aircraft. The spare parts to be procured and/or repaired under this proposed sale are critical for maintaining their fighter and transport aircraft in operational condition.

Procurement of these items will be from many contractors providing similar items to the U.S. forces. There are no known offset agreements proposed in connection with this potential sale.
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Taipei Economic and Cultural Representative Office in the United States - Pilot Training Program

WASHINGTON, September 21, 2011 -- The Defense Security Cooperation Agency notified Congress today of a possible Foreign Military Sale to the Taipei Economic and Cultural Representative Office in the United States of a pilot training program and associated equipment, parts, training and logistical support for an estimated cost of $500 million.

The Taipei Economic and Cultural Representative Office in the United States has requested a possible sale for the continuation of a pilot training program and logistics support for F-16 aircraft at Luke Air Force Base, Arizona to include flight training, supply and maintenance support, spare and repair parts, support equipment, program management, publications, documentation, personnel training and training equipment, fuel and fueling services, and other related program requirements necessary to sustain a long-term CONUS training program. The estimated cost is $500 million.

This sale is consistent with United States policy and Public Law 96-8.

The recipient is one of the major powers in Asia and the Western Pacific and a key partner of the United States in ensuring peace and stability in that region.

It is in the U.S. national interest to assist the recipient in developing and maintaining a strong and ready self-defense capability, which will contribute to an acceptable military balance in the area. This proposed sale is consistent with those objectives.

The recipient and the U.S. Air Force (USAF) will have the opportunity to fly together, which will support disaster relief missions, non-combatant evacuation operations, and other contingency situations. These services and equipment are used in the continuing pilot training program at Luke Air Force Base, Arizona. This program enables the recipient to develop mission ready and experienced pilots through CONUS training. The training provides a “capstone” course that takes experienced pilots and significantly improves their tactical proficiency. Training is a key component of combat effectiveness.
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TAIPEI, Taiwan, Sept. 30 (UPI) -- The head of the air force said Taiwan's defense capabilities won't suffer despite the refusal of Washington to sell the island country F-16C/D fighters.

Instead of allowing the sale of new fighters to Taiwan, the United States has agreed to a major $5.9 billion upgrade program of the country's 145 General Dynamics F-16A/B Fighting Falcon jets.

An ongoing three-year upgrade program of 71 Indigenous Defensive Fighters will be complete late next year just as upgrading begins on Taiwan's F-16A/B fighters, Taiwanese air force Gen. Chang Huey-zon said during a legislative session.

Upgrades to F-16A/Bs will be conducted on a gradual basis, with around 24 aircraft overhauled annually, a report a report by the national news agency CNA said. All the F-16 upgrades will be completed by 2023.

"The decision was made to ensure a balanced military capability," Chang said.

Upgrades to another 56 IDF jets is set to be carried out from 2013-16 at a cost of around $530 million, Defense Minister Kao Hua-chu told a parliamentary committee.

"Besides making foreign arms purchases, we have to continue our efforts to advance military manufacturing technology," Kao said.

Kao said that by showing resolve to maintain self-defense capabilities Taiwan could persuade the United States to agree to the sale of more advanced weaponry in the future.

The ministry also plans to spend $2.63 billion on the acquisition of 50 training aircraft which could be designed and manufactured in Taiwan, although no firm decision has been taken, Kao said.

Development of the IDF -- also known as the AIDC F-CK-1 -- came about because of another refusal by the United States, that of selling Northrop F-20 Tigershark and also F-16 aircraft to Taipei in the 1980s.

However, the sale of the F-16 aircraft went through in 1992, at the same time Taiwan ordered 60 Dassault Mirage 2000 fighters. The Taiwan government also already had committed to the IDF program.

Delivery of all F-16s was completed in 2001.

The IDF was designed and built by the Aerospace Industrial Development Corp. in Taichung, Taiwan, with assistance from U.S. defense corporations.

Airframe development was done in cooperation with General Dynamics.

Power plant and propulsion were designed with Garrett, now Honeywell.

Avionics came from Smiths Industries with some components purchased directly from Lear Astronics, Litton and Martin-Baker.

Maximum speed is around Mach 1.8 from two Honeywell F125-70 engines with a ceiling of 55,000 feet. Range is around 680 miles.

Taiwan remains the sole user of the IDF which first flew in 1989. The aircraft entered active service in 1994 and 130 had been manufactured by 1999.

While the refused sale of the F-16C/D aircraft was a disappointment to Taiwan, the announcement of the upgrade package to the older A/B variants was sternly denounced by Beijing.

"The wrongdoing by the U.S. side will inevitably undermine bilateral relations as well as exchanges and cooperation in military and security areas," China's Vice Foreign Minister Zhang Zhijun said in a statement.

Zhang summoned U.S. Ambassador Gary Locke to Beijing to personally deliver the protest and warn of repercussions, the official Xinhua News Agency reported.

Zhang told Locke the proposed sale was a "wrong decision" that the Obama administration should "immediately cancel" before it produces "serious harm," Xinhua said.
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Taiwan-developed unmanned aerial vehicles (UAVs) will be commissioned early next year as part of the military's efforts to build up asymmetric/innovative defense capabilities, a local newspaper reported Monday. A total of 32 UAVs have been produced in the initial stage, with eight to be deployed in each of the country's four major combat sectors, the Chinese-language China Times daily said. Citing unnamed senior officials, the paper said the indigenously produced UAVs can fly as high as 6,000 feet and stay in the air for up to 12 hours. If Taiwan is threatened, the officials said, the remotely piloted aircraft would be able to fly into China's southeastern coastal airspace to conduct instant reconnaissance missions. The following is an excerpt from the China Times report on the UAV development project: The UAVs were developed by the military-run Chungshan Institute of Science and Technology (CIST) under a plan code-named "Chunghsiang No. 1." They were unveiled at a Double Ten National Day military parade in 2007 for the first time. Over the following three years, they underwent numerous test flights in the country's Hankuang and Changsheng military drills. The vehicles managed to meet combat requirements early this year. In April, eight of them were deployed into two squadrons for experimental service at various army bases around Taiwan. They have been repainted gray and will be displayed during the centennial National Day military parade Oct. 10. Military officials said the CIST has spent 10 years developing the UAVs. Initially, the aircraft were supposed to be deployed on the outlying frontline islands to give them access to Chinese airspace in the event of a cross-strait war. As tension in the Taiwan Strait has eased in recent years, however, the military has decided to deploy them only at various military bases on Taiwan proper. Intelligence sources said China's People's Liberation Army (PLA) already deployed 11 JWP-2 unmanned aerial vehicles and command vehicles at its base at Meizhou Airport in Guangdong Province early this year. According to the sources, the PLA's JWP-2 UAVs were showcased in China's 60th National Day military review in 2009. The Chinese-developed UAVs can be used for wartime reconnaissance and can also be disguised as cruise missiles to consume Taiwan's expensive and limited number of air-to-air defense missiles, the sources said. (Oct. 3, 2011). (By Sofia Wu)
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Taiwan Air Force to receive SAR helicopters this year


Taiwan's Air Force will receive three Eurocopter EC225 Mk-2 Super Puma search-and-rescue (SAR) helicopters by the end of this year.
Defense News has reported that the delivery will depend on the schedule of the Taiwan pilots' flight training programme that is currently underway in France.
Eurocopter was awarded the helicopter contract in December 2009, which also includes an option for a total of 20 helicopters.
The deal is the first European purchase made by Taiwan since the early 1990s after China blocked most European arms sales to the nation.
The new helicopters will be put into service in the second half of 2012.
Currently, the air force operates 17 Sikorsky S-70C helicopters for SAR and VIP missions.
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Taipei, Nov. 8 (CNA) Two airborne early warning aircraft that the United States sold to Taiwan's air force in the 1990s left for the U.S. from Kaohsiung Tuesday for upgrades. The two E-2T aircraft were flown from an air base in Pingtung County to Kaohsiung Xiaogang International Airport before being towed to Kaohsiung Harbor. The aircraft will be shipped to the U.S. by sea. According to military sources, the two E-2Ts will be the third and fourth to undergo retrofits in the U.S. under an arms sale agreed to by the U.S. in October 2008 that included an upgrade of four E-2Ts to the Hawkeye 2000 configuration at a cost of US$250 million. The first and second E-2Ts were sent to the U.S. in June 2010 and are expected to be returned to Taiwan at the end of this year. The aircraft will be refitted with more efficient eight-blade propellers and have their radar and surveillance systems upgraded. The improvements are part of the military's efforts to update its arsenal. (By Chen Pei-huang and Deborah Kuo)
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TAIPEI - Taiwan said Thursday it has begun testing a billion-dollar early warning radar system, designed to give an extra six minutes' warning of any Chinese missile attack, which is nearing completion.

Deputy Defence Minister Chao Shih-chang said the installation of the state-of-the-art, long-range radar system, supplied by US defence group Raytheon, has entered its final stage.

"The radar system has undergone initial tests lately," Chao said in response to a question in parliament.

"And the results showed that it has successfully linked to the Patriot anti-missile units and the Heng Shan military command," he said, referring to the emergency military command centre in the capital Taipei.

Construction of the ultra-high-frequency radar -- delayed for three years partly due to the collapse of the road to the mountainous construction site -- is due to be finished next year, the state Central News Agency said.

"This is the most advanced system of its kind in the world... it is crucial as the Chinese communists are aiming at Taiwan with more than 1,000 ballistic missiles," Chao said, adding it is also capable of detecting cruise missiles.

But critics say the system, which will cost more than 30 billion Taiwan dollars (1.0 billion US), is too costly given it will only provide an additional six minutes of warning.

Ties between Taipei and Beijing have improved markedly since Ma Ying-jeou of the China-friendly Kuomintang party came to power in 2008, promising to boost trade links and allow more Chinese tourists to visit the island.

But Beijing still sees the island as part of its territory awaiting reunification, by force if necessary, even though Taiwan has governed itself since 1949 at the end of a civil war.

China has repeatedly threatened to invade Taiwan should the island declare formal independence, prompting Taipei to seek more advanced weapons, largely from the United States.
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Air Force trainer jet crashes during drill

SEOUL, Dec. 5 (Yonhap) -- An Air Force trainer jet crashed on Monday during an exercise, killing both pilots aboard, officials said.

The T-59 trainer jet for the Air Force's 16th Fighter Wing crashed around 2:27 p.m. Monday near the unit at Yecheon, North Gyeongsang Province, about 250 kilometers southeast of Seoul, according to the officials.




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They said two Air Force majors, a 34-year-old named Park Jeong-soo and a 33-year-old Kwon Seong-ho, were both killed in the crash.

Officials said the trainer jet crashed soon after taking off for an emergency landing exercise. The crash burned three vinyl greenhouses but caused no further damage.

Officials added that the Air Force has grounded all of its aircraft while it conducts safety inspections. T-59s will remain grounded until the completion of the Air Force's investigation into the crash, officials said.

According to the Air Force, the British T-59 first arrived in South Korea in 1992. The Air Force had planned to phase out the advanced trainer jet by 2013.



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There are 15 T-59s in service following Monday's crash. Of the 20 that joined the Air Force, four have crashed and one other was damaged while on ground, officials explained.

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The Boeing Co., Mesa, Ariz., was awarded a $141,318,475 firm-fixed-price contract. The award will provide for the services in support of 30 Apache AH-64D attack helicopters for Taiwan. Work will be performed in Mesa, Ariz., with an estimated completion date of Dec. 30, 2017. One bid was solicited, with one bid received. The U.S. Army Contracting Command, Redstone Arsenal, Ala., is the contracting activity (W58RGZ-09-C-0147).
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Raytheon, Andover, Mass., was awarded a $12,662,904 firm-fixed-price, cost-plus-fixed-fee, and cost-reimbursable contract. The award will provide for the modification of an existing contract for technical services in support of the PATRIOT Air Defense System for Taiwan. Work will be performed in El Paso, Texas, and Taipei, Taiwan, with an estimated completion date of Dec. 31, 2015. One bid was solicited, with one bid received. The U.S. Army Contracting Command, Redstone Arsenal, Ala., is the contracting activity (W31P4Q-11-C-0317).
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Raytheon Integrated Defense Systems, Sudbury, Mass., is being awarded a $42,913,894 cost-plus-fixed-fee and firm-fixed-price contract for the Surveillance Radar Program is a Foreign Military Sales Program managed by the Electronic Systems Center to provide Taiwan with the elements of a missile and air defense capability. Specifically, this system includes a UHF phased array radar integrated with Taiwan-furnished Identification Friend-or-Foe beacons; two Missile Warning Centers; and communications and interface architecture and protocol to specified Taiwan mission elements via the Taiwan military communications infrastructure, consistent with USG restrictions. The location of the performance is Sudbury, Mass., and is expected to be completed Nov. 9, 2012. ESC/HSIK, Hanscom Air Force Base, Mass., is the contracting activity (FA8722-05-C-0001 P00062).
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