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plutot l´evolution de la RSAF,du F-16 A/B passant par le 52,le 52+ et le JSF au futur

c'est exact !
je me demande pourquoi ils ont pas pris le JSF tout de suite, au lieu de passé par des Blck 50/52+ ?

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le block 52+ c'est disponible dans l'immédia, c'est pas aussi cher et ça permet de faire la transition...
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Aymour , les sous munitions sont guidés :
"The primary components of this 1,000 pound class weapon are the SUU-66/B Tactical Munitions Dispenser (TMD), 10 BLU-108/B submunitions, and 40 "hockey puck" shaped skeet infrared sensing projectiles. The weapon is designed to be employed from US Air Force tactical aircraft from altitudes between 200 feet Above Ground Level (AGL) to 20,000 feet Mean Sea Level (MSL) at speeds between 250 to 650 knots".

Il y a eu des critiques mais c'etait pendant l'evaluation:
"Test results indicate that CBU-97 submunitions have a propensity to cluster and that impact patterns are unevenly distributed." Mais c'etait en 1997.

Ensuite, il y a eu ca:
"A Pre-Planned Product Improvement (P3I) Program will take the existing design and make modifications to the projectile sensor, incorporating a dual mode (active/passive IR) for better target detection; modify the warhead to enhance soft target lethality; and increase the system footprint for better target coverage. Projectiles would be dispensed at a greater altitude expanding the area covered to about 600 feet by 1,800 feet. In addition, an insensitive explosive fill will replace the Octol used in the current warhead to satisfy Navy requirements for the BLU-108/B submunition used in one variant of the Joint Stand-Off Weapon (JSOW)."

Ce qui donné cela a l'epoque :
"500 in USAF inventory as of 01/01/1998
Current USAF objective is 5,000"

Elle a utilisé en 2003 en Irak ou elle a tout balayé.
Prosposée a l'Inde selon India TImes.

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Aymour , les sous munitions sont guidés :
"The primary components of this 1,000 pound class weapon are the SUU-66/B Tactical Munitions Dispenser (TMD), 10 BLU-108/B submunitions, and 40 "hockey puck" shaped skeet infrared sensing projectiles. The weapon is designed to be employed from US Air Force tactical aircraft from altitudes between 200 feet Above Ground Level (AGL) to 20,000 feet Mean Sea Level (MSL) at speeds between 250 to 650 knots".

Il y a eu des critiques mais c'etait pendant l'evaluation:
"Test results indicate that CBU-97 submunitions have a propensity to cluster and that impact patterns are unevenly distributed." Mais c'etait en 1997.

Ensuite, il y a eu ca:
"A Pre-Planned Product Improvement (P3I) Program will take the existing design and make modifications to the projectile sensor, incorporating a dual mode (active/passive IR) for better target detection; modify the warhead to enhance soft target lethality; and increase the system footprint for better target coverage. Projectiles would be dispensed at a greater altitude expanding the area covered to about 600 feet by 1,800 feet. In addition, an insensitive explosive fill will replace the Octol used in the current warhead to satisfy Navy requirements for the BLU-108/B submunition used in one variant of the Joint Stand-Off Weapon (JSOW)."

Ce qui donné cela a l'epoque :
"500 in USAF inventory as of 01/01/1998
Current USAF objective is 5,000"

Elle a utilisé en 2003 en Irak ou elle a tout balayé.
Prosposée a l'Inde selon India TImes.

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7000H en 20 ans,700H en 2 ans,avec missions de guerre,comment ca se fait?

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Aviano F-16 reaches 7,000 hrs

May 6, 2009 (by SSgt. Lindsey Maurice) - An Aviano F-16 Fighting Falcon #89-2057 reached a major aerial milestone on May 5 surpassing the 7,000 hours flight mark.


At 20 years old, aircraft tail number 2057, is the first F-16C to reach this milestone in the Aviano fleet .

"The F-16 was never originally designed to fly to this milestone," said Lt. Col. Matthew Sanford, 31st Aircraft Maintenance Squadron commander. "It was originally designed for 4,000 hours until a new platform was designed. Only through significant structural upgrades, such as our recent Common Configuration Implementation Program and Falcon Star modifications, together with our continuous and meticulous flightline and phase inspection criteria will this fleet of aircraft meet its currently programmed 8,000 hours. So, it's amazing to think how far along aircraft 2057 is compared to the rest of the fleet."

Part of the crew that keeps 2057 in top shape are dedicated crew chief Staff Sgt. Corey March and assistant dedicated Airman 1st Class Richard Sprott of the 31st AMXS.

Airman Sprott, who's been teamed up with 2057 for almost 18 of his first 21 months in the Air Force, said he has a special attachment to the jet.

"This is the first jet I've ever been assigned to," he said. "It has my name on it."

As a dedicated crew chief, Airman Sprott's duties include inspecting the jet to make sure it is ready to fly, conducting repairs, overseeing maintenance, performing scheduled maintenance, cleaning it and keeping its associated paperwork in order.

"I'm happy I became a crew chief," he said. "It's a lot of fun getting to launch out an F-16 fighter jet."

Capt. Joseph Miranda, 510th Fighter Squadron pilot, also holds a special bond with A2057, as he is the lead pilot of the jet, his name is also placed prominently on the aircraft by the cockpit.

"Flying any of our aircraft is a privilege and honor, but it is a great feeling to see your name painted on the side of a jet," said Captain Miranda.

Having gone through pilot training in 2004, the captain has flown the F-16 since 2006, 2057 in particular, since the fall of 2007. He currently holds about 700 hours of flight in the airframe.

"The F-16 is the greatest fighter ever built," he said. "It's difficult to imagine a more challenging or rewarding way to serve our country, and the community of operators, maintainers and support personnel that make every mission possible."

During Captain Miranda's time with 2057, he also had the opportunity to deploy with it from January to May 2007 in support of Operation Iraqi Freedom.

"While flying 2057 on Jan. 27, 2007, I dropped two 2,200-pound GPS-guided bombs on a bridge in Iraq, closing a path used to funnel weapons into Baghdad by insurgent forces," said Captain Miranda.
The captain added that the aircraft's ability to conduct such a mission at its age is a testament to its maintenance crew.

"The 7,000-hour-mark is a testament to the care and attention to detail of our maintenance team," he said. "Although 2057 has flown in combat in multiple theaters (Balkans, OIF) and thanks to a recent avionics upgrade, the jet is more lethal now than at any point in its life."

Colonel Sanford echoed the captain's maintenance team kudos, attributing this milestone to all maintainers.

"Our AMXS team is only partly responsible for 2057's achievement," he said. "The truth is this would not have happened had it not been for the outstanding teamwork between the maintenance professionals on the flightline, in the backshops and within our maintenance support agencies such as quality assurance and plans and scheduling all working together to ensure our fleet is mission-ready.

"The business of aircraft maintenance demands attention to detail, day or night, rain or shine, in garrison or deployed and the men and women of the 31st Maintenance Group make it happen."

With one major milestone under its belt, 2057 continues to accumulate more hours on its way to the next victory of 8,000 hours - only 998.7 hours to go.

Courtesy of 31st Fighter Wing Public Affairs
http://www.f-16.net/news_article3440.html

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Capt. Kevin Di Falco, 510th FS pilot, taxies down the Aviano runway before taking off on a routine training mission on May 5, 2009. This particular flight pushed F-16C block 40 #89-2057 past its 7,000 flying hour-mark, which is a first in the Aviano F-16 Fighting Falcon fleet.


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USAF F-16C block 40 #89-2057 from the 510th FS is coming in for landing at Konya AB during exercise Anatolian Eagle held there in June of 2006.

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Un des deux nouveaux radar aesa (pas celui du block 60) est pres pour la production: Razz

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F-16 around the world - Page 10 SpacerPARIS --- Raytheon Company's newest advanced electronically scanned array radar has achieved a significant production readiness milestone. With the maturation of its hardware and software interfaces, the Raytheon Advanced Combat Radar is now ready for customers ordering new F-16 production aircraft.

The RACR is the latest addition to Raytheon's family of radar products, which includes the APG-79 and APG-63 now flying on U.S. Navy F/A-18E/F and U.S. Air Force F-15 aircraft, respectively. The new radar takes advantage of recent technology innovation and offers a scalable, adaptable AESA system targeted at new and retrofit F-16 aircraft, as well as other platforms.

"RACR uses hardware and software currently fielded by the Air Force and Navy," said Tom Kennedy, vice president for Raytheon's Tactical Airborne Systems mission area. "By leveraging our existing AESA technology and hot production line, we're able to offer unmatched reliability and life-cycle cost advantages."

In November 2008, the RACR successfully began integration testing in the Lockheed Martin system integration laboratory at the company's Fort Worth, Texas, facility. Additional integration efforts are planned for this year. Because the RACR F-16 interface was specifically designed to minimize impact to the aircraft, the radar can be installed with minimal changes in the existing F-16 software.

Raytheon currently provides electronic warfare systems, mission computer systems, weapons, and targeting and navigation systems for the F-16 and other Lockheed-built aircraft. Raytheon is also working on a center pedestal display for the F-16.


Raytheon Company, with 2008 sales of $23.2 billion, is a technology and innovation leader specializing in defense, homeland security and other government markets throughout the world. With headquarters in Waltham, Mass., Raytheon employs 73,000 people worldwide

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espérant qu on optera pour un radar aesa surtout que ces nouveaux radar sont destinés à des nouvelles commandes donc surement fabriqués sous la demande des nouveaux clients.

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(J'ai une tres mauvaise connection ) J'arrive pas a voir si la commande pour les radars a ete passée ou non. Si quelqu'un peut verifier.
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espérant qu on optera pour un radar aesa surtout que ces nouveaux radar sont destinés à des nouvelles commandes donc surement fabriqués sous la demande des nouveaux clients.
moi pas,pas encore
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Lockheed's F-16 remains popular even as company focuses on F-35

Lockheed Martin executives ventured to the Paris Air Show prepared to extol the virtues of the F-35 joint strike fighter that the company is developing, and they have.
But the venerable F-16 still commands a large share of the limelight after more than 30 years in production.
And even as Lockheed officials pitched the F-35 and F-16 in Paris, some members of Congress were trying to keep yet another Lockheed plane flying. At the beginning of what will be a lengthy budget process, the House Armed Services Committee voted to require the Air Force to buy 12 more F-22 Raptor jets.
In a video conference interview Wednesday from the Lockheed chalet at Le Bourget Field in Paris, Ralph Heath, president of Lockheed Martin Aeronautics Co. in Fort Worth, said he was surprised by "the profound interest in the F-16" at the international air show.
Not too long ago, Lockheed officials had projected that F-16 production at the company’s Fort Worth factory would likely end around 2010. New orders trickled in until the projection was for 2013.
Now, given the level of interest worldwide, Heath says F-16 production could extend through the next decade.
During the interview Heath was drowned out several times by the roar of the daily F-16 flight demonstration, which is a typical breathtaking display of aerobatic maneuvers.
In addition to orders already on Lockheed’s books, Heath said, three or four nations are studying buying F-16s.
The biggest potential order pending is a long-developing plan by India to buy 126 aircraft. The F-16, the Boeing F-18 and several foreign jets are in competition.
"Should we win that, plus a few additional orders, we could be looking at another 10 years of production of the F-16," Heath said.
Questions about the F-16 in Paris this week "are not about when F-16 production will end, but what new technology can be introduced into the airplane," Heath said.
There is even a chance, albeit a long shot, that the U.S. could buy more F-16s. Although the Pentagon has resisted all such suggestions, some members of Congress are pushing the Air Force and Navy to buy some new models of existing jets to augment perceived aircraft shortfalls.
Heath said he doesn’t favor and wouldn’t recommend such a move, because it would divert government financial resources and industry attention from the F-35.
"If it were my decision, which it is not, that is the trade-off," Heath said.
Still, even with changes Lockheed has made at its plant to prepare for escalating rates of F-35 production in the next few years, Heath said the Fort Worth facility could handle a surge in new F-16 orders as it builds F-35s.
Heath said Lockheed is well-prepared to ramp up F-35 production as U.S. purchases begin to accelerate over the next several years.
"The biggest thing will be making sure our supply chain is taking steps to add their capacity," he said.
Lockheed received an additional $75 million contract Wednesday to continue development work on F-35 components. Production in Fort Worth of the midfuselage of Lockheed’s F-22, which carries a $180 million price tag, is supposed to wind down next year.
But the armed services panel voted 31-30 Wednesday to spend $369 million to continue F-22 production. That money, if appropriated by Congress in the fiscal 2010 defense budget, would buy parts for 12 additional planes.
If F-22 production does tail off next year, as envisioned in the Obama administration’s proposed defense budget, Heath said Lockheed will be challenged to hang onto many skilled workers because two or more years will pass before they are needed to build F-35s.
"This is one of our biggest management challenges, managing the work force. We have some unique talents and skills that would be lost. We’re trying to minimize that."
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Lockheed's F-16 remains popular even as company focuses on F-35

Lockheed Martin executives ventured to the Paris Air Show prepared to extol the virtues of the F-35 joint strike fighter that the company is developing, and they have.
But the venerable F-16 still commands a large share of the limelight after more than 30 years in production.
And even as Lockheed officials pitched the F-35 and F-16 in Paris, some members of Congress were trying to keep yet another Lockheed plane flying. At the beginning of what will be a lengthy budget process, the House Armed Services Committee voted to require the Air Force to buy 12 more F-22 Raptor jets.
In a video conference interview Wednesday from the Lockheed chalet at Le Bourget Field in Paris, Ralph Heath, president of Lockheed Martin Aeronautics Co. in Fort Worth, said he was surprised by "the profound interest in the F-16" at the international air show.
Not too long ago, Lockheed officials had projected that F-16 production at the company’s Fort Worth factory would likely end around 2010. New orders trickled in until the projection was for 2013.
Now, given the level of interest worldwide, Heath says F-16 production could extend through the next decade.
During the interview Heath was drowned out several times by the roar of the daily F-16 flight demonstration, which is a typical breathtaking display of aerobatic maneuvers.
In addition to orders already on Lockheed’s books, Heath said, three or four nations are studying buying F-16s.
The biggest potential order pending is a long-developing plan by India to buy 126 aircraft. The F-16, the Boeing F-18 and several foreign jets are in competition.
"Should we win that, plus a few additional orders, we could be looking at another 10 years of production of the F-16," Heath said.
Questions about the F-16 in Paris this week "are not about when F-16 production will end, but what new technology can be introduced into the airplane," Heath said.
There is even a chance, albeit a long shot, that the U.S. could buy more F-16s. Although the Pentagon has resisted all such suggestions, some members of Congress are pushing the Air Force and Navy to buy some new models of existing jets to augment perceived aircraft shortfalls.
Heath said he doesn’t favor and wouldn’t recommend such a move, because it would divert government financial resources and industry attention from the F-35.
"If it were my decision, which it is not, that is the trade-off," Heath said.
Still, even with changes Lockheed has made at its plant to prepare for escalating rates of F-35 production in the next few years, Heath said the Fort Worth facility could handle a surge in new F-16 orders as it builds F-35s.
Heath said Lockheed is well-prepared to ramp up F-35 production as U.S. purchases begin to accelerate over the next several years.
"The biggest thing will be making sure our supply chain is taking steps to add their capacity," he said.
Lockheed received an additional $75 million contract Wednesday to continue development work on F-35 components. Production in Fort Worth of the midfuselage of Lockheed’s F-22, which carries a $180 million price tag, is supposed to wind down next year.
But the armed services panel voted 31-30 Wednesday to spend $369 million to continue F-22 production. That money, if appropriated by Congress in the fiscal 2010 defense budget, would buy parts for 12 additional planes.
If F-22 production does tail off next year, as envisioned in the Obama administration’s proposed defense budget, Heath said Lockheed will be challenged to hang onto many skilled workers because two or more years will pass before they are needed to build F-35s.
"This is one of our biggest management challenges, managing the work force. We have some unique talents and skills that would be lost. We’re trying to minimize that."

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Le F16 représente sans doute un potentiel d’évolution inédit ! C’est ce qui retardera voire annulera le passage de plusieurs pays utilisateur au F35…
Dans l’article ci-dessus le PDG de lockheed s’interroge sur les technologies susceptibles d’intégrer au F16 ! Je me demandes bien si on verra naître un « silent viper » ou « silent falcon » un F16 avec des technologies furtives à l’instar du F15SE silent eagle ?!!
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Le F16 représente sans doute un potentiel d’évolution inédit ! C’est ce qui retardera voire annulera le passage de plusieurs pays utilisateur au F35…
Tu pense que les Américains vont saborder ainsi ce JSF qui leur a tant coûté scratch Ils ont besoin d'en exporter un max pour rentrer dans leurs frais
Sinon, je pense aussi que cette sacrée bête qu'est le F-16 peut reserver encore des surprises en terme d'évolution Cool C'est l'avion militaire le plus exporté et ca c'était une bonne affaire pour les US Like a Star @ heaven
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voila la video de l'interception d'un uav du hezbollah en 2006 par un F-16c barak

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sur un autre plan,ou en est le maroc avec ces F-16?
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présentation faite,les F-16 marocains arrivent quand? toujours des problémes de garanties bancaires?
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GlaivedeSion a écrit:
présentation faite,les F-16 marocains arrivent quand? toujours des problémes de garanties bancaires?

Il arriveront en 2011 et il n'y a jamais eu de problème de garantie bancaire. Il y a eu un deal sur le financement avec facilité de près sur long durée.
C'est pas un tel achat qui va nous endetter jusqu'au coup, juste pour info il y a des projets au Maroc qui coutent bien plus que l'achat des Viper Wink

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les fremm par exemple?
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GlaivedeSion a écrit:
les fremm par exemple?
combien de F-16 alors?

Pour les F16 il y a un topic sur sa, tu y trouvera toutes le réponse que tu voudra sur la bête

https://far-maroc.forumpro.fr/contrats-d-achats-et-autres-f11/dossier-acquisition-f-16-des-fra-t1994.htm

Pour la FREMM l'avance a été payé le reste suivra, encore une fois c'est pas 500 millions d'euros qui vont faire fléchir le budget de l'Etat. Le maroc de 2009 c'est pas le Maroc des années 90, on a triplé notre PIB en seulement 10 ans ...

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le budget militaire marocain de 2008 c'est combien?
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GlaivedeSion a écrit:
le budget militaire marocain de 2008 c'est combien?
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GlaivedeSion a écrit:
le budget militaire marocain de 2008 c'est combien?

Ici c'est le topic F16 arround the world, attention au HS.

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