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L’Australie suspend sa participation aux opérations aériennes de la coalition au-dessus de la Syrie

Posté dans Forces aériennes, Moyen-Orient, Opérations par Laurent Lagneau Le 20-06-2017


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Après qu’un F/A-18E américain a abattu un avion d’attaque syrien Su-22 Fitter qui venait de bombarder les Forces démocratiques syriennes près de Tabqa, localité que ces dernières ont récemment prise à l’État islamique (EI ou Daesh), le ministère russe de la Défense a réagi coupant le canal de communication établi avec la coalition anti-jihadiste dirigé par les États-Unis pour éviter les incidents aériens au-dessus de la Syrie et prévenu que les « avions et les drones » occidentaux « repérés à l’ouest de l’Euphrate seront suivis et considérés comme des cibles par les moyens terrestres de défense antiaérienne et par les moyens aériens. »

Au États-Unis, estimant que ce canal de communication avec les forces russes en Syrie « a très bien fonctionné sur les huit derniers mois », le général Joseph Dunford, chef d’état-major interarmées, a affirmé vouloir le rétablir au plus vite. Pour cela, a-t-il dit, « nous allons travailler dans les prochaines heures sur le plan diplomatique et militaire. »

En attendant, le Pentagone a précisé que les opérations aériennes ont été « adaptées » en Syrie. « Nous avons par mesure de précaution repositionné nos avions au-dessus du territoire syrien, pour pouvoir continuer de frapper les forces du groupe État islamique, tout en assurant la sécurité de nos équipages », a déclaré le major Adrian Rankine-Galloway, un porte-parole.

« Nous voulons parvenir à une désescalade de la situation » mais « nous garderons toujours notre droit à l’autodéfense », a, pour sa part, commenter Sean Speacer, le porte-parole de la Maison Blanche.

Mais l’annonce russe a visiblement conduit l’Australie à revoir son engagement au sein de la coalition. « Par mesure de précaution, les opérations de frappes des forces de défense australiennes (ADF) en Syrie ont temporairement cessé », a en effet annoncé une porte-parole du ministère australien de la Défense, dans un communiqué.

« Les personnels des ADF suivent de près la situation aérienne en Syrie et une décision sur une reprise des opérations aériennes des ADF en Syrie sera prise en temps voulu », a-t-elle ajouté, avant de préciser que les opérations australiennes en Irak ne sont pas concernées par cette décision.

Actuellement, la Royal Australian Air Force (RAAF) déploie, dans le cadre de l’opération Orka (nom de la participation australienne à la coalition), 6 F/A-18F Super Hornet, un avion d’alerte avancée E-7A Wedgetail (c’est à dire un B-737 AEW&C) et un ravitailleur KC-30A (ou A330 MRTT).

http://www.opex360.com/2017/06/20/lautralie-suspend-sa-participation-aux-operations-aeriennes-de-la-coalition-au-dessus-de-la-syrie/
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Australia to replace Navy MRH90s

According to a forecast in the Australian Government's 2020 Force Structure Plan dated 1 July 2020; the Royal Australian Navy (RAN) wants to replace the MRH90s currently in use with 808 Squadron at HMAS Albatross near Nowra (NSW).

The RAN is considering a new helicopter type which is more consistent with the expectations for larger naval operations and commonality with the current Seahawks in service with 725 Squadron ("Be Aggressive") and 816 Squadron ("Imitate the action of the tiger"). A timeline chart shows a project for a "Logistics Helicopter" running from 2025 to 2031, and is valued at AUD 1 billion to AUD 1.5 billion.

The new helicopter will replace the small fleet of six MRH90s in use with 808 Squadron ("Strength in Unity"). None of the 47 MRH90s in Army and Navy service are marinised, so sustained operations at sea from the RAN’s Canberra class LHDs and other vessels require an inordinate amount of preventative maintenance and washing after each flight to mitigate corrosion. Looking for greater commonality with the MH-60R Seahawk, this only leaves two options; the MH-60S or the MH-60R. The MH-60S makes more sense, as it has a larger cabin based on the Black Hawk with double doors on both sides, seating for up to 12 passengers, and more internal space for cargo. But ..., the MH-60S is no longer in production.

When a successor for the MRH90s is chosen and delivered, the MRH90s will be transferred to the Australian Army.

For the fleet of 24 MH-60Rs, eight 816sq Seahawks are embarked at sea at any one time, eight are used for training with 725sq, and eight are in maintenance or being prepared for deployment.

Source: adbr.com.au
Credit photos: Australia Defence Force (ADF) and US Navy

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13 July 2020

Australian Defence Force to acquire 8,500 additional EF88 Austeyr rifles

by Gabriel Dominguez



The Department of Defence (DoD) in Canberra announced on 13 July that it will procure an additional 8,500 Enhanced F88 (EF88) Austeyr 5.56 mm rifles to supplement the 30,000 rifles of the same type Thales Australia has been delivering to the Australian Defence Force (ADF) under an August 2015 contract.

Minister for Defence Linda Reynolds said in a statement that the acquisition of the additional EF88s will not only improve the overall capability of the ADF but will also provide a “welcome boost to the workforce in regional Australia”, pointing out that the rifles will be manufactured at the Thales Australia site in Lithgow, New South Wales.

“This acquisition will allow the retirement of older weapons, reducing the cost of sustainment, maintenance and training,” said the minister, adding that, compared with previous rifles, the EF88 “has significantly improved the capability of the soldier through improved range, accuracy, ergonomics and reduced system weight”.

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An Australian soldier carrying an EF88 Austeyr 5.56 mm rifle. Canberra announced on 13 July that it will
procure 8,500 additional units of this weapon for the ADF. (Australian Army)


The additional rifles, which are being delivered under the lethality element of the ‘Soldier Modernisation Programme’, will enable increased access to the EF88 across the full and part-time force, particularly the army’s 2nd Division, said the minister.

The announcement comes after the DoD awarded Thales Australia an AUD100 million (USD70 million) contract in August 2015 for the production of 30,000 units of the F90 bullpup assault rifle – which is known as the EF88 rifle in ADF service – and approximately 2,500 units of the Steyr Mannlicher SL40 integrated grenade launcher, both of which would be supplied over a period of six years.

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Australia just got one step closer to buying new self-propelled howitzers

By Daisuke Sato Sep 3, 2020

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The Australian Government released a Request for Tender in September 2020 for the Protected Mobile Fires project to buy and build 30 self-propelled howitzers.

The details were given in a 3 September media release, to announce the request for tender will be released to preferred supplier Hanwha Defense Australia, to build and maintain 30 self-propelled howitzers and 15 armoured ammunition resupply vehicles, and their supporting systems.

“The self-propelled howitzers will be built in the Geelong region, with ongoing deep maintenance conducted in the same Australian facility to support the systems throughout their service life,” it said in a statement.

The Request for Tender will progress this first phase of the Protected Mobile Fires capability.

Together with the subsequent phases announced in the 2020 Force Structure Plan, it will ensure a long-term future for industry’s involvement in the delivery of this critical capability for the ADF.

Minister for Defense Industry, Melissa Price said the Morrison Government is committed to maximising opportunities for Australian industry.

Hanwha Defense Australia (HDA) is set to submit a tender in response to the self-propelled howitzer procurement program, codenamed Land 8116, which has a budget of up to AUD $1.3 billion.

“This is a tremendous outcome for our company and we very much appreciate the Commonwealth placing their trust in Hanwha for this opportunity,” said Richard Cho, managing director of HDA. “By beginning this journey with Hanwha, the Commonwealth will reap the benefits of being part of a global community of more than 2,400 K9/K10 SPH systems worldwide with all of the sustainment, training, and global supply opportunities that this will bring.”

As part of efforts to help expand the Australian defense industrial base, Hanwha Defense is committed to building the vehicles in the Geelong region and growing local skills, Cho said, adding the envisioned Geelong facility is expected to serve as an alternative sustainment and supply chain base for the global K9 family of vehicles.

“This is a different approach to just building and exporting, which given the increasing trend of localization being demanded globally,” the managing director said. “With this Government announcement, work will commence immediately to implement our plan for the building of facilities and skilling of the local Geelong based work force.”

The project is expected to create up to 350 jobs to build and maintain the new vehicles, providing significant opportunities in other areas such as transport and warehousing, as well as component manufacture and repair.

The transfer of IP and know -how to enable Australian Industry to, in the long term, allow for local design, engineering and manufacturing will be the most essential part of plans focused on developing the industrial base required for a sovereign capability.

Hanwha plans to develop the “Huntsman” family of vehicles comprising of the K9 SPH and K10 AARV to deliver a complete mission. The SPH is a 52 calibre, 155 mm platform capable of taking advantage of current and emerging 155mm munitions technologies. It has a crew of 4 or 5 depending on the configuration with an ammunition capacity of up to 48 rounds and accompanying modular charge systems.

The K10 AARV is a largely robotized system built on the same chassis as the K9. It holds 104 rounds of 155mm ammunition and is designed to provide ammunition resupply under armour and forward to the Artillery unit.

“The latest decision by the Australian Government to consider acquisition of K9 SPHs as the preferred solution is evident of the systems excellent performance around the world and the faith that the Commonwealth of Australia has placed in Hanwha Defense Australia to deliver this new capability to the Australian Army,” Hanwha Defense CEO Lee Sung-soo said. “In close cooperation with the Commonwealth of Australia, we intend to establish a significant manufacturing base in the Geelong region which will build the K9 and K10 fleets and provide a sovereign support capability for the whole life of the Huntsman fleet.”

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