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Damocles+Navflir sous le MKM malaisien

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The Su-30МКМ was developed by the Sukhoi Design Bureau on basis of the super maneuverable fighter the Su-30MKI. The aircraft has the same aerodynamically perfect airframe, state-of-the-art engine with the Thrust Vector Control (TVC) and the most advanced digital fly-by-wire system. The MKM version differs from the MKI by virtue of the composition of the onboard avionics. The French company ТHALES supplies the Head-up display (HUD), navigational forward-looking IR system NAVFLIR and Laser Designation pod (LDP Damocles). Aircraft carries missile approach warning sensor (MAWS) and laser warning sensor (LWS) manufactured by the AVITRONICS company (South Africa).

The electronic warfare (EW) system, up-to-date radar (with a phased antenna array capable of simultaneously tracking 15 and attacking 4 targets), optic-location system with the laser rangefinder are all produced by leading Russian manufacturers.
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Malaysia Firms up Plans to Replace Ageing Fleet of Condor Armoured Vehicles

25 Desember 2019

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One of candidate to replace Condor 4x4 is FNSS PARS 6x6 Scout (photo : FNSS)


Malaysia has firmed up plans to replace its ageing Rheinmetall Condor 4×4 light armoured vehicles, military and industry sources have told Jane’s .

The replacement platforms would be two new types of light armoured vehicles – a 4×4 and a 6×6 – said the sources, pointing out that the new 4×4s will be used to replace the Condors (about 30 vehicles) that are currently operated by the Malaysian peacekeeping battalion with the UN Interim Force in Lebanon (UNIFIL).

The UN is likely to reimburse the cost of the procurement, said the sources.

The 6×6s will be procured to replace the Condors operated by the Malaysian Army’s Royal Armoured Corps, of which about 150 units are believed to be active.

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http://defense-studies.blogspot.com/2019/12/malaysia-firms-up-plans-to-replace.html
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Entrée en service du premier LCS chinois de la class Keris "KD Keris", pour la Marine Malaisienne.



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Les Malaisiens ils ont des VAMTAC avec 12.7 mm et des AGL 40 mm.
Niveau protection pour le soldat je préfère les 40 mm sur nos VAMTAC plutôt que sur les Toyota.
A mon avis les Toyota tout ce qui est léger il faut monter dessus des ATGM, pour pouvoir tirer à distance de sécurité suffisante sans se faire canarder par la moindre rafale de FA ou mitrailleuse lourde.

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Malaysian Army Issues Tenders for Special Forces Vehicles

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The Malaysian Army has issued requests for bids from locally registered companies for the supply of vehicles for its special forces regiment.

The two tenders, which were issued on 9 January, are for 16 special operations vehicles (SOVs) and four rapid intervention vehicles (RIVs) for the service’s Grup Gerak Khas (GGK) or Special Forces Group.

According to the documents, the SOVs must enable the GGK to conduct special operations deep in enemy-held territory, and also to “manoeuvre in hostile terrain with great emphasis towards stealth, speed, and fire power”.

The vehicles will need to be delivered to the 11th Special Forces Regiment camp in Malacca: the counter-terrorism unit of the GGK.

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Une idée pour la MRM

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Malaysia to convert two CN-235 transports into maritime patrol aircraft

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SU-30 MKM et un A400M malaisien au Singapore Air Show.

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Malaysia receives first batch of Nexter 105 mm LG1 light towed artillery systems

Gabriel Dominguez, London and Marhalim bin Abas, Kuala Lumpur - Jane's Defence Weekly

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Malaysia has taken delivery of the first six of 18 105 mm LG1 light towed artillery systems ordered in 2018 from French defence company Nexter.

The air-portable guns, which were delivered in kit form in early February to Nexter’s Malaysian partner, Advanced Defence Systems (ADS), are currently being assembled in the southern state of Johor ahead of delivery to the Malaysian Army, a defence official told Jane’s on 9 March.

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Malaysia has received the first six of 18 105 mm LG1 artillery systems ordered for the Malaysian Army in April 2018. The gun was
showcased at the DSA 2018 exhibition in Kuala Lumpur. (Jane's/Jayesh Dhingra)


All 18 artillery pieces were originally expected to be handed over to ADS by February 2020, but deliveries were delayed, as the Malaysian government that took over following the May 2018 general election ordered a review of defence contracts signed by the previous administration.

As a result, the contract for the LG1 howitzers was re-approved earlier this year following the review, with the remaining 12 guns now expected to be delivered to ADS in two batches later this year.

The LG1 howitzers will be operated by the Malaysian Army's 1st Royal Artillery Regiment, which currently fields Oto Melara Model 56 105 mm pack howitzers. Six other artillery regiments are also equipped with these Oto Melara guns, of which about 100 units are estimated to be in service.

The contract for the guns was signed on 18 April 2018 at the Defence Services Asia exhibition in Kuala Lumpur.

The contract includes the supply of fully digitised 105 LG1 Mk III Light Guns, the BACARA compact portable ballistic computer (for use at battery level), as well as a first batch of 105 mm high-explosive, base-bleed, extended-range G3 ammunition (105 mm HE BB ER G3), which can be fired to a range of up to 17 km.
       
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RMAF CN235-220M before its conversion to a Maritime Surveillance Aircraft (Credit : RMAF)

Malaysia begins conversion of CN235-220M to Maritime Surveillance Aircraft


The Royal Malaysian Air Force began modification of existing CN235-220M (M44-05) tactical airlifter into maritime surveillance aircraft (MSA) under the US Maritime Security Initiative (MSI).

Nathan Gain 07 Sep 2020


The aircraft was officially handed over to PT Dirgantara Indonesia (PTDI), the Original Equipment Manufacturer (OEM). The aircraft arrived at Hussein Sastranegara Airport, Bandung, on September 2.

Upgrading the CN235-220M to an MSA aircraft will have “a huge impact on the sovereignty and security of national waters with aircraft capabilities in line with the latest technology to be used later as well as strategic plan drafted by RMAF on future,” PTDI said.

Funded by the US through the MSI program, the equipment installed would be provided by US companies. Naval News understands that the aircraft conversion will be carried out by Science and Engineering Services International and Integrated Surveillance and Defence Inc. with PTDI acting as OEM.

It was reported in February that conversion work was to begin in April/May but sources confirmed to Naval News that the date had slipped owing to the Covid-19 situation in all three countries which resulted in travel restrictions to Indonesia.

The RMAF CN235-220M conversion into an MSA platform will be the second contract performed for Malaysia under the umbrella of the MSI, which aims at increasing maritime security and maritime domain awareness of foreign countries along the South China Sea and into South Asia.

In May 2020, the Royal Malaysian Navy (RMN) took delivery of the first six of twelve ScanEagle Unmanned Aircraft Vehicles (UAV) funded by the US.


We reported last month that PTDI rolled out Senegal Air Force’s first CN-235 in Maritime Patrol Aircraft (MPA) configuration.

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Malaysia Evaluates Options for Second Batch of Littoral Mission Ships

17 September 2020


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A computer-generated image of Damen’s Stan Patrol 6211 concept. The Royal Malaysian Navy is considering a 68 m variant of this concept, known as the Stan Patrol 6811, as a contender for the Littoral Mission Ship Batch 2 project (image : Damen)

The Royal Malaysian Navy (RMN) has begun an initial process to evaluate possible vessel types for its second Littoral Mission Ship (LMS) project.

Multiple industry sources close to the process have confirmed with Janes that the service is currently evaluating proposals from four stand-alone shipbuilders, and a joint venture between Malaysian company Destini, and Netherlands-based shipbuilder, Damen.

The four proposals are namely a 70.7 m patrol boat concept from US shipbuilder Swiftships, a 68 m offshore patrol vessel (OPV) concept from Damen known as the Stan Patrol 6811, a 70.2 m patrol vessel from German shipbuilder Fassmer, and a 70 m patrol boat from Malaysian company Preston.

Meanwhile, the proposal that has been forwarded by the joint venture between Damen and Destini is an 83 m vessel that is very similar to the OPV ordered for the Malaysian Maritime Enforcement Agency (MMEA), a contract for which was announced in January 2017.

The proposal from Swiftships has an overall beam of 11.3 m, and is powered by four MTU engines. It can be equipped with a 40 mm cannon in the primary position.

The design that has been submitted by Damen is a 68 m variant of the Stan Patrol 6211 concept. The OPV can similarly by equipped with a 40 mm naval gun in the ‘A’ position, and 12.7 mm machine guns for point defence.

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Malaysian Army Armor on exercise...

@TenteraDarat 11 KAD PT-91M firing exercise on 13 Nov. pictures by BTDM pic.twitter.com/UxOl0AXZxb
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