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Israël réceptionne trois F-35I


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L'armée de l'air israélienne a réceptionné 3 F-35I supplémentaires. © Celia Garison - Israeli Air Forces



Le 23 avril, l'armée de l'air israélienne a réceptionné 3 Lockheed Martin F-35I « Adir » sur la base aérienne de Nevatim. Ils rejoignent les deux premiers F-35I reçu le 12 décembre 2016.

« L'intégration de 3 avions supplémentaires représente une nouvelle étape dans le renforcement des capacités de l'armée de l'air israélienne », a déclaré le Brigadier Général Eyal Grinboim, commandant de la base aérienne de Nevatim.

Les « Adir » appartiennent à l'escadron Golden Eagle (ou Aigle Royal). La livraison de 3 F-35I supplémentaires lui permettent de se rapprocher de son objectif final : atteindre la capacité opérationnelle initiale fin 2017.

Dans cet objectif, depuis décembre 2016, les F-35I ont effectué une douzaine d'heures de vols afin d'entraîner les pilotes et de les familiariser avec les capacités et technologies des aéronefs.

L'armée israélienne devrait réceptionner 3 « Adir » supplémentaires au cours de l'année, pour un contrat portant au total sur 50 F-35I de Lockheed Martin.

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Israel deploys missile defense batteries around the southern city of Eilat


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The Israel Defense Forces have deployed its Iron Dome and Patriot missile defense batteries around the southern city of Eilat amid concerns over an attack by Iran or its proxy forces to mark the first anniversary of the killing of powerful Iranian General Qasem Soleimani.

Multiple news outlets reported that batteries of Patriot surface-to-air missile system and the Iron Dome all-weather air defense system designed to intercept and destroy regional short-range rockets directed at populated areas were seen Saturday on the road to the Israeli Red Sea resort of Eilat.

Israeli military redeployed land component air missile defense capabilities and personnel to establish a combined surface-based air defense to deter threats from foreign adversaries, including Iran and its proxy forces in Iraq and Syria.

According to Israeli media reports, the defenses were set up on the run-up to the first anniversary of the killing of Gen. This comes amid concerns Iran may still seek to retaliate for the assassination of Tehran’s top military commander in a US drone strike just over a year ago.

The United States also expanded its presence in the region.


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Israeli Corvette Emerges With A Double Load Of Iron Dome Missiles As Potential Threats Grow

Israel has tested Iron dome on these ships before, but we've never seen two launchers on one of their decks, and the timing is also peculiar.


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A photo has emerged of the Israeli Navy’s Sa’ar 5 class corvette Lahav armed with two Iron Dome air defense system launchers, apparently for the first time. This comes as Israel continues to be on a heightened state of alert as tensions with Iran grow, and amid reports that Iranian-backed Houthi rebels in Yemen now possess Iranian-supplied “suicide drones” capable of reaching targets within the country.

The photo of the Lahav is not dated and shows the pair of launchers fitted to the ship’s flight deck at the stern. We have previously seen this ship with a single Iron Dome launcher on this aft deck. You can see the photo further down in this article.

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All three of the Israeli Navy’s Sa’ar 5 class corvettes underway

In its basic form, the Iron Dome system consists of launchers firing fast and agile Tamir interceptors, as well as associated air defense radars. The system is primarily designed to intercept and destroy short-range rockets and artillery shells, but can also be used against lower-flying aircraft, drones, and cruise missiles, as well.

Tamir has an active radar seeker to home in on its targets and receives additional targeting information in flight via a data link to get near its target and make it even more effective. Crucial to its ability to defeat trickier targets is a highly advanced proximity fuse system, able to detect a small and fast-flying target and detonate the missile’s high-explosive blast-fragmentation warhead with perfect timing in order to destroy it. You can read more about exactly how the weapon works in this previous article, as well as the U.S. Army’s limited acquisition of it, here.



It’s possible the Iron Dome batteries — or their C-Dome naval derivative — were installed on Lahav as part of the test campaign for the future weapons systems that will be installed aboard the Israeli Navy’s latest Sa’ar 6 class corvettes. C-Dome employs the interceptor missiles, vertical launchers, and other components from the land-based battle management center, together with the ship’s own surveillance radar. It had been already reported that the Lahav would serve as a testbed for the new class of warships. However, unlike the Sa’ar 5 ships, the Sa’ar 6 class will carry the Iron Dome missiles in fully-integrated vertical launch system arrays. You can read more about these very capable ships — the first of which was handed over in an as-yet unarmed configuration last month — in this previous War Zone article. Still, it is hard to imagine what type of test would require two launchers and their magazines instead of one.

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The land-based version of the Iron Dome intercepts a rocket fired from the Gaza Strip

The dual Iron Dome launchers on Lahav could also be related to a test of a new configuration for the Sa’ar 5s or be an actual operational fit for these ships. Israel did declare initial operational capability with C-Dome on these corvettes in 2017. While not as big or as advanced as the forthcoming Sa’ar 6 class, the Israeli Navy’s three Sa’ar 5 boats are still highly capable. These American-built corvettes were acquired in the mid-1990s. They measure 281 feet long and have a displacement of 1,255 long tons fully loaded.



The Sa’ar 5 class ships are equipped with the EL/M-2248 MF-STAR multifunction active electronically scanned array (AESA) radar developed by IAI’s Elta division and known as “Adir” in Israeli service that can automatically track and engage the full spectrum of aerial threats, from aircraft to sea-skimming missiles, at ranges up to 124 miles. Normal armament comprises Barak surface-to-air missiles, Harpoon or Gabriel anti-ship missiles, and a Mk 15 Phalanx 20mm close-in weapon system (CIWS).

Israeli officials recently confirmed that the Israel Defense Forces (IDF) had moved both Iron Dome and long-range Patriot missile defense batteries to the city of Eilat on the country’s Red Sea coast. While there was no confirmation that sea-based Iron Dome launchers were part of that deployment, the two launchers aboard Lahav would certainly provide additional anti-rocket and artillery capabilities to the coastal town.

Having two launchers aboard also points to this being more than a test program, with an apparent focus on providing additional magazine depth, at the expense of the ability to embark a helicopter. So equipped, the vessel could serve as an anti-air screen to defend against drones and cruise missiles launched from a surface vessel in the Red Sea or lands far to the south, swatting them down before they approach Israeli borders. Similarly, if Israel sees the potential threat of a drone or missile launch from the Mediterranean, the vessel could offer the same capabilities. Hezbollah has sent drones over Israel by way of a route along the shore of Lebanon and into Israel before, as well.

Regardless, additional air defense systems were first reported to have been deployed Eilat around the first anniversary of the assassination of Qasem Soleimani, commander of Iran’s Quds Force, in the U.S. drone strike that killed him in Baghdad, Iraq on January 3, 2020. Israel has also been bracing itself for possible actions by Iran or its proxies, in revenge for the assassination of Mohsen Fakhrizadeh, described as the “father of Iran’s nuclear bomb.“ Fakhrizadeh was reportedly killed by Israel’s top intelligence agency Mossad, or individuals working on its behalf, in a complex attack on the car he was traveling in last November 30. Iran has vowed that it will respond in kind to these two killings.

In particular, the Israeli military has reportedly been concerned about a possible attack from an Iran-backed proxy, such as the Houthi militia in Yemen.

The Houthi rebels — whom the United States recently decided to designate as a terrorist group — seized control of much of the west of Yemen in 2015, after which a Saudi-led coalition of Arab states launched a military operation to restore President Abdrabbuh Mansour Hadi’s rule. Iran has been a consistent backer of the rebel group, its assistance likely behind the group’s ability to employ ballistic missiles, anti-ship and land-attack cruise missiles, and remote-controlled suicide boats, as well as suicide drones.

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An earlier type of Iranian-made suicide drone, the Qasef-1, one of several examples that have been interdicted or captured in Yemen

The Houthis had previously launched high-profile attacks against targets belonging to Saudi Arabia, their other major antagonist in the region. In 2019, they claimed to have struck Saudi oil infrastructure, reportedly using Iranian-supplied drones and cruise missiles, and there have also been successive attacks on tankers in the Red Sea, most recently in December. The exact origin of those attacks is still hotly debated, with many thinking they emanated from Iran itself or from sites along the Iraqi border with Saudi Arabia.

In a major exercise last week, Iran displayed delta-winged drones bearing a striking resemblance to those that were used in the attacks on the Saudi oil infrastructure.



For their part, the Houthi rebels also seem to have been the likely candidates behind the attack on the airport in Aden last month, although they have denied this. You can read all about that incident here.

While Iran has repeatedly denied allegations that it has supplied the Houthis with missiles, drones, and training, recent reports suggest that the rebels now have Iranian-made Shahed-136 loitering munitions, or “suicide drones” in their inventory. With a purported range of between 1,240 and 1,370 miles, these weapons would be able to reach Israel, as well as targets within the wider region, including U.S. bases, and shipping in the Red Sea.

The analysis of the new suicide drones was based on images obtained by Newsweek and confirmed to the magazine by an anonymous expert, but there is little other hard evidence available. Reportedly dating from late December, the images apparently show the Shahed-136 drones in Houthi-controlled territory in the northern Yemeni province of al-Jawf.



Last month, IDF Spokesperson Hidai Zilberman was quoted by the Times of Israel as having told a Saudi news outlet that, while Israel was not aware of any specific Iranian plans to attack Israel, there remained the possibility of an attack by Iranian proxies operating in Iraq or Yemen. He mentioned the threat posed by Iranian unmanned aerial vehicles and “smart missiles” deployed in these other countries.

Zilberman added that Israel had information indicating Iran was developing unmanned aerial vehicles and “smart missiles” in Iraq and Yemen, and that the weapons could have the ability to strike Israel. This is where the Iron Dome-equipped corvette may come in.

Overall, if reports are accurate, the deployment of Shahed-136 drones in Yemen would be in line with an increased Iranian military presence around the Red Sea. Speaking last week, the Chief of Staff of the Iranian Armed Forces, Major General Mohammad Hossein Bagheri, said that Iran planned to send warships to patrol these waters.

“We are once again in the region of the Red Sea, where the Islamic Republic’s merchant vessels have faced some limited aggression in recent times,” Bagheri said. “We will deploy our naval patrol and establish full security for our oil and commercial fleet in that sea.” That statement was made as Bagheri oversaw the induction to service of two new Iranian warships, including the Makran. This vessel, which you can read more about here, is expected to serve as an Iranian expeditionary sea base and, forward-deployed to the Red Sea, could be of great value in supporting the Houthis.

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The 755-foot Makran could become a valuable asset in supporting the Iranian-backed militia operating in Yemen

Israel is also likely to be on heightened alert due to a potential response to its recent spate of attacks on Iranian-backed militia targets in Syria. Here, amid the chaos of the civil war, Iran has been seeking to establish an increasingly robust permanent military presence, from where it can, in turn, support militant groups in the region, including providing advanced weapons to Hezbollah in Lebanon.

IDF Spokesperson Zilberman said last month that Israel had used 500 smart missiles against targets in Syria over the past year. Just last week it was reported that Israel had carried out its heaviest raids on Syrian targets in recent years, the airstrikes on arms depots and military positions killing 57 people, according to the Syrian Observatory for Human Rights. Among those said to be killed were Syrian regime forces and Iran-backed fighters.

Tensions between Iran and the United States in the wider region have also been on the increase, with reports that Tehran fears an attack from the United States during the final days of the Trump Administration.

In December, the U.S. Navy publicly announced the transit of USS Georgia, one of its four Ohio class guided-missile submarines, or SSGNs, from the Gulf of Oman into the Persian Gulf by way of the highly strategic and often tense Strait of Hormuz. This was the first time one of these boats has sailed into that body of water in eight years. The rare appearance by an SSGN in the region would seem to be, at least in part, a signal aimed squarely at Iran and its regional proxies. It was followed up earlier this month by the appearance of a video reportedly showing an Iranian Navy Sea King helicopter flying over what was very likely the USS Georgia.

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USS Georgia passed through the Strait of Hormuz last December 21, accompanied by two Ticonderoga class cruisers, USS Port Royal and USS Philippine Sea

Against this backdrop, Iran also recently announced its plans to press ahead with enriching uranium at up to 20% purity, reducing the time it would take for the regime in Tehran to produce weapons-grade level material for use in a weapon, should it choose to do so. This is in clear violation of the controversial international deal that Iran made with the United States, as well as the United Kingdom, France, Germany, Russia, and China, in 2015. In May 2018, Trump announced that the U.S government would pull out of that agreement and the U.S. government subsequently reimposed sanctions against Tehran.

So far, we have yet to see any response from Iran — or any Iranian proxies — against Israel. But the deployment of additional air defense assets to Eilat shows that the IDF has been preparing for just such an eventuality. Should an attack come in the form of cruise missiles and/or suicide drones, a forward-deployed Iron Dome in the Red Sea, or even the Mediterranean, could provide a vital line of defense.

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Israël relèvera dorénavant de l’US CENTCOM


Jusqu’à présent, et comme l’UEFA pour le football, Israël relevait du commandement militaire américain pour l’Europe [US EUCOM] et non de celui pour le Moyen-Orient et l’Asie centrale [US CENTCOM], comme on aurait pu le penser.

En effet, lors de la création de l’US CENTCOM, en 1983, Israël n’était reconnu que par un seul État arabe, à savoir l’Égypte. Aussi, la coordination des actions militaires dans la région du Proche et du Moyen-Orient, comme l’organisation d’opérations et exercices multilatéraux par exemple, aurait été compliquée. D’où la décision de placer l’État hébreu dans la zone de compétence de l’US EUCOM.

La reconnaissance d’Israël par la Jordanie, en 1994, ne remit pas en cause cette organisation. Cela étant, les choses ont évolué ces derniers mois, sous l’impulsion de l’administration Trump.

En effet, les Émirats arabes unis, Bahreïn, le Soudan et le Maroc ont fini par établir des relations diplomatiques avec Israël. D’où la décision du Pentagone [l’une des dernière de l’ère Trump] de revoir la zone de compétence de l’US CENTCOM en y intégrant le territoire israélien.

« L’apaisement des tensions entre Israël et ses voisins arabes, grâce aux accords d’Abraham, offre aux États-Unis une occasion stratégique pour rassembler des partenaires clés contre des menaces communes au Moyen-Orient », a en effet annoncé le Pentagone, le 15 janvier.

Et ce dernier d’ajouter : « Israël est un partenaire stratégique de premier plan pour les États-Unis, ce qui ouvrira des opportunités supplémentaires de coopération avec nos partenaires de l’US CENTCOM, tout en maintenant une coopération étroite entre Israël et nos alliés européens.»

Par le passé, les forces israéliennes et émiraties ont déjà pris part à des manoeuvres aériennes… en Grèce. Cependant, Abu Dhabi n’avais jusqu’à présent jamais communiqué officiellement sur la participation de ses avions de combat à cet exercice, appelé Iniohos. Ce qui n’est plus le cas désormais.

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Les israéliens ont testé une version avancée de l'Iron dome

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Un sacré programme d'achats pour l'armée Israélienne: parmi ces achats des F-15EX et des F-35 supplémentaires..

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The ministerial committee for Israel Defense Forces procurement on Tuesday approved a substantial portion of the plans submitted by the Air Force, to be paid for with the security assistance from the United States. The first stage approved was the purchase of four refueling aircraft and another squadron – Israel’s third – of 25 F-35 fighter planes.

The committee discussion was a continuation of a security cabinet discussion last week, in which a general approval was granted for purchases totaling $9.4 billion from the U.S. military funding, most of it for the air force.

The process of getting approval for the procurement plans was delayed for months because of the lack of a state budget. The IDF itself contributed to the delay because it had difficulty making a decision on how many types of planes and helicopters it needs.

The purchase of the Boeing KC46 refueling aircraft had been deemed urgent. A decision was also made on the force’s mix of aircraft, leading to the decision to acquire another squadron of F-35s, made by Lockheed Martin.

Within a few years, the air force will have 75 F-35s. The IDF also plans to purchase another squadron of Boeing’s F-15s. However, this model is being upgraded by the manufacturer and the army prefers to wait until the improvements are completed.

The ministerial committee also approved the purchase of precise offensive armaments for the air force, and a relatively broad array of interceptor missiles for its defense systems, including the Arrow-2 and Arrow-3, along with an upgrade of these systems’ detection capabilities.

However, no decision has yet been made about which new assault helicopter to buy to replace the veteran Yasur choppers. There are three options: To purchase the newest K model of the Yasur (Sikorsky) helicopter made by Lockheed; the Chinook helicopter made by Boeing, or a small quantity of one of these, along with Boeing’s V-22 Osprey, which combines functions of a helicopter and an airplane. This decision will be made shortly by Defense Minister Benny Gantz, after which it will return to the committee for its approval.
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Le ministre de la défense Israélien confirme les commandes à venir pour Israel, ce programme d'achats rentre dans le cadre du cadre d'assistance sécuritaire US visant à garantir l'avantage militaire israélien.. on peut aussi déduire que cette acquisition signe la confirmation des contrats F35 et MQ-9 pour les UAE

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26/02/2021

Israël opte pour le CH-53K « King Stallion » !


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Israël a choisi son nouvel hélicoptère lourd avec le Sikorsky CH-53K « King Stallion » pour remplacer l’actuel hélicoptère de transport lourd CH-53D «Yas'ur» vieillissant, a annoncé le ministère de la Défense hier.

Le ministre de la Défense Benny Gantz a choisi le CH-53K à rotor principal unique au lieu du Boeing CH-47F « Chinook » à rotor tandem sur la base des recommandations du chef d'état-major des Forces de défense israéliennes (FDI), le lieutenant général Aviv Kohavi et du directeur général du ministère de la Défense, le général Amir Eshel.

« Il est essentiel pour la capacité de Tsahal de mener un large éventail d'activités opérationnelle s», a déclaré Gantz dans un communiqué publié sur les réseaux sociaux. « Le nouvel hélicoptère est adapté aux besoins opérationnels [de l'armée de l'air israélienne] et aux défis de l'évolution du champ de bataille ».

Premier contrat à l’exportation :

Israël devient le premier pays à acheter le Sikorsky CH-53K « King Stallion » en dehors des États-Unis, où l’appareil est en cours de développement pour le Corps des Marines (USMC). L'armée de l'air israélienne (IAF) a déclaré que le CH-53K avait été choisi après « un travail administratif approfondi, au cours duquel le personnel de l'IAF a examiné diverses plates-formes de vol et évalué des aspects tels que la technologie, l'ingénierie, la maintenance.

L'accord sera probablement conclu dans le cadre du programme américain de ventes militaires à l'étranger (FMS), mais aucune approbation officielle n'a été faite par la Defense Security Cooperation Agency, qui supervise ces ventes d'armes pour l’instant. Mais cette dernière ne devrait pas poser de problème.

Le CH-53K "King Stallion" :

Bien que conçu de la même taille que les CH-53E « Super Stallion », qu’il doit remplacer à partir de 2021, le CH-53K permettra de tripler la capacité de transport de charge externe à plus de 27’000 lb sur une distance de plus de 110 miles nautiques. Doté d’une nouvelle motorisation General-Electric GE38-1B offrant un meilleur couple surmonté d’un rotor de quatrième génération en composite. La cellule est également nouvelle, car entièrement en matériaux composites. Encore plus puissante (ses 3 turbines délivrent environ 7'500ch chacune), ravitaillable en vol, équipé de systèmes de communications de dernière génération, le CH-53K est optimisé pour le transport par temps chaud en opérant à partir de terrains peu préparés et devient la référence de sa catégorie. En matière de transport, le CH-53K peut par exemple emporter en interne une Jeep « Humvee ».

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Photos : CH-53K « King Stallion » @ Sikorsky

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