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Mensaje por PillanFAH el Miér Ago 29, 2012 1:15 pm

El MiG-29 mejorado para India lleva a cabo su vuelo inaugural



El  vuelo inaugural del MiG-28UPG ha tenido lugar en el aeródromo de Gromov LII, cercano a Moscú, a cargo de Mikhail Beliyaev, piloto de pruebas de MiG RAC. La duración del vuelo fue de aproximadamente una hora y se desarrolló de manera exitosa.

El MiG-29UPG es una versión mejorada del MiG-29, diseñado  por MiG RAC a petición de la IAF (Fuerza Aérea india). De acuerdo con el contrato ruso-indio , firmado en  marzo de 2008 por valor de 964 millones de dólares, el número total de aeronaves  MiG-29 de la IAF  que se actualizarán asciende a 63.Las aeronaves habían sido entregadas a la India en tres lotes con una variedad de configuraciones y el objetivo del contrato es dotarlas a todas de un mismo nivel avanzado.

6 MiG-29 (4 monoplazas y 2 biplazas) van a ser actualizados en las instalaciones de RAC MIG en Rusia, mientras que los 57 restantes se montarán en el  IAF número 11, instalaciones de reparación de aeronaves en la India que están parcialmente suministradas por HAL y MiG. Los trabajos deben comenzar en la India este año, cuando la modernización de las seis primeras aeronaves sea completada en Rusia.

Según información de la IAF, el MiG-29UPG  estará propulsado por dos motores a reacción RD-33 turbo-fan de la versión de 3M con el sistema de control electrónico “BARK”. Entre los paquetes de actualización se incluye el sistema de control remoto de KSU-941UB, el K-36D-3.5 de asientos eyectables, ordenador central digital, radar Zhuk-ME, casco montado con  sistema de orientación, navegación y sistemas de radio mejorados. Los aparatos dispondrán  de una  alta capacidad de armamento inteligente tanto "aire-aire" como "aire-tierra".  La participación internacional incluye a THALES en el sistema “friend-and-foe”, entre los otros.

http://www.defensa.com/index.php?option=com_content&view=article&id=3139:el-mig-29-mejorado-para-india-lleva-a-cabo-su-vuelo-inaugural&catid=64:restomundo&Itemid=187
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Mensaje por Berserk el Miér Sep 26, 2012 2:13 pm

Government opens IAF's combat helicopter bid

Thursday Sep 20, 2012

New Delhi, Sep 20 — The government is set to give the Indian Air Force (IAF) more firepower and capabilities during its 80th anniversary year: New combat and heavy-lift helicopters.

Authoritative sources told India Strategic (www.indiastrategic.in) that the financial bid for the Boeing Apache AH-64D had been opened mid-September while that of the two helicopters in the heavy-lift competition - the Boeing Chinook CH-47F and the Russian Mi-26 - should be opened before September-end or so.

It should not take much time to announce the selection as the company with the lower bid would win the deal(s)s to supply the helicopters. Perhaps, the two choices should formally be announced on Air Force Day on October 8, but possibly before.

In the case of the combat helicopter competition, Russia had withdrawn its Mi-28 earlier this year, leaving the field open only to Boeing. So in this case, Boeing will be the winner for the deal to supply 22 helicopters for around $1.4 billion at the estimated market price. Boeing's quote is, of course, secret.

As for the heavy-lift helicopters, the Chinook CH 47F is technically regarded as "more capable" than the Mi-26 but then, the Russian craft carries more under-slung cargo. the IAF will have to make a tough choice here as the Russian machine is not being manufactured now.

Notably, the acquisition programmes of the IAF and the Indian Navy have been on a rather fast track while that of the army has been delayed due to recall and/or revision of several RfPs and other issues.

The government has already cleared a comprehensive upgradation of the IAF's airfields through a programme called MAFI (Modernisation of Airfield Infrastructure), a sophisticated communication network called AFNET, more midair refuelers and AWACS, Pilatus basic trainers, additional transport aircraft - including the C-130J Super Hercules and C 17 Globemaster III - and the selection of the French Dassault Rafale medium multi-role combat aircraft (MMRCA).

Sources also told India Strategic that negotiations with Dassault and other stakeholders like systems supplier Thales and engine-maker Safran-Snecma were proceeding smoothly and the deal should conclude within this financial year (ending March 2013) if not in this calendar year. The package of offsets, transfer of technology and partnerships to produce various systems in India is being negotiated. Several delegations have visited the defence ministry and IAF headquarters in New Delhi and HAL facilities in Bangalore. Hindustan Aeronautics Limited is the lead integrator for the MMRCA project.

The IAF also has four big-ticket deals with Russia: more than 270 SU-30MKI fighter jets, 80 Mi-17-1V helicopters, joint production of a multirole transport aircraft (MTA) and an Indian variant of the PAK-50 fifth generation fighter aircraft that will be the arrowhead of the IAF in the 2020s.

Periodic upgrades are also on. The MiG-29 upgrade has been sanctioned while that of the Jaguar is under consideration.

Significantly, defence manufacturers are supported in negotiations by their respective governments, even if the deals are what is known as DCS (Direct Commercial Sales). French diplomats are supporting the MRCA process and US and Russian diplomats their countries' respective equipment.

The Boeing Chinook is on a DCS offer, while the Apache deal is on both commercial and the US Government's Foreign Military Sales (FMS) programme, for which the Department of Defence charges a fee of between 2.5 to 5 percent. Certain systems on the Apache, like the Longbow radar and weapons, are proprietary for the US Army. The Longbow, made by Northrop Grumman, can scan up to 256 targets within 30 seconds - and that's a formidable, unmatched capability.

Interestingly, Raytheon's Stinger air-to-ground missiles are on board the Apache, as also other IAF, Indian Army and Navy helicopters.

The US has offered the latest Block-III version of the Apache to India. This model has 26 technology insertions over the previous model that make the machine network-centric.

Network centricity, in fact, is the key for future IAF operations, and mentioned so by its chief, Air Chief Marshal N.A.K. Browne. All air and ground assets of the IAF are currently being networked.

Boeing recently invited a group of Indian journalists to visit its various facilities. We were told that the "newest and most advanced Apache, the AH-64D Apache Block-III, features composite main rotor blades, a composite stabilator, 701D engines with an enhanced digital electronic control unit, an improved drive system that enhances the rotorcraft's performance and 26 new technological insertions".

Ever since the first Apache rolled out in 1984, its various versions to date have logged more than 3.5 million fight hours. The aircraft took part in the first Gulf War in 1991, where this writer witnessed the helicopter, and then again in 2003 against Iraq. It is deployed on regular combat missions in Afghanistan and during the May 2011 operation to kill Osama bin Laden in Pakistan, it was used to provide air cover for the raiding Black Hawks used by the US Navy commandos.

The Apache is powered by two GE T700-701D engines and has ballistic protection for the two-man crew and fuel tanks. It was perhaps the first helicopter to use Kevlar and composite materials for weight-reduction and protection.

(Gulshan Luthra can be contacted at Gulshan.Luthra@IndiaStrategic.in)
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http://india.nydailynews.com/business/185c57ddd72e6affcab9647c138a7a32/government-opens-iaf-s-combat-helicopter-bid
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Mensaje por PillanFAH el Sáb Sep 29, 2012 6:08 am

India's Military, Security Displays & Ceremonies at the Republic Day Parade in 2012.
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Mensaje por Berserk el Dom Oct 07, 2012 11:10 am

India set to buy 40 Super Sukhoi jets for $3.5 bn


Super Sukhoi’s Artist impressions

India and Russia are expected to sign a new $3.5-billion deal for 40 SU-30MKI fighter aircraft upgraded to the Super Sukhoi configuration later this month when Russian president Vladimir Putin visits the country.

Sources told FE on condition of anonymity that this was one of the agenda items to be discussed and finalised when the India Russia inter-governmental commission on military-technical cooperation meets in New Delhi. Co-chaired by the defence ministers of India and Russia, the two-day meet starting October 3 will finalise the draft to be announced in the presence of Russian president Vladmir Putin.

“The proposed deal for 126 fighter aircraft is getting delayed and we are still far from signing the contract with France’s Dassault. India’s requirements are immediate; hence the need to procure Super Sukhois. This latest version will have a new cockpit, state-of-the-art radar with stealth features and can carry heavier weapons including the air-launched version of the Brahmos cruise missile,” sources added.

The Indian Air Force (IAF) is already flying the Sukhoi. If and when the Super Sukhois arrive, they will be 40 in number, taking the total Sukhoi strength to 270 aircraft. With the first delivery expected in 2014-15, the SU-30MKI will become IAF’s leading fighter aircraft.

In recent times, IAF has increased the deployment of Sukhois in forward bases, perceiving growing threat from its neighbourhood. A squadron of SU-30MKIs was located at a forward base near the India-Pakistan border to replace an earlier squadron of MiG-23 fighters.

India first procured its first off-the-shelf SU-30s from Russia in 1997 and gradually developed Sukhoi Su-30MKIs at home after Hindustan Aeronautics Limited began production under licence from the Sukhoi Design Bureau. The SU-30MKI has a considerable share of Indian components in it.

The Indo-Russian cooperation in the military technical sphere has evolved from a simple buyer-seller framework to one involving joint research and development, joint production and marketing of advanced defence technologies and systems.

To win the MMRCA order, Dassault CEO Charles Edelstenne had touted Ra- fale’s 100% made-in-France tag as an advantage, which would keep all its high-end technologies, jobs and value-addition within country. The company is under pressure to deliver as per India’s needs and demands.

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Mensaje por Berserk el Mar Oct 09, 2012 11:51 pm

tremendo lo q han echo los indues, me les quito el sombrero



OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOo, voy a mandar a hacer un par de ellos



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Mensaje por Berserk el Jue Oct 25, 2012 10:22 pm

India Cuts Order of FGFA Fighter. F-35 on the Horizon?

Fresh tensions in Indo-Russian bilateral ties are bound to surface soon as India is set to cut its Fifth Generation Fighter Aircraft (FGFA) order by one-third. India will now be inducting only 144 FGFA instead of the originally scheduled 214. The reduced purchase size could be to accommodate potential interest in the Lockheed Martin F-35A aircraft, which had earlier been rejected by both the Indian Air Force and the Defense Ministry. Both of these organizations have denied the F-35 rumors.

Significantly, all of the 144 FGFA India now intends to purchase will be single-seater jets. Earlier, the Indian Air Force planned to procure 214 units– 166 single-seaters and 48 twin-seaters.

According to sources, India’s decision to reduce the number of jets it will purchase was driven primarily by two overarching concerns: production delays and cost over-runs, both of which have been major irritants in Indo-Russian defense ties. The first prototype of the fighter jet is likely to be delivered to India in 2014, followed by additional planes in 2017 and 2019. Earlier, India expected to induct the jets into service sometime between 2017 and 2018. Recently Russia said the FGFA would not be delivered until 2020.

Still, the news of India’s reduced purchase is likely to irritate Russia and it will be worth closely watching how Moscow responds. Russia has already delayed President Vladimir Putin’s trip to India by seven weeks. Putin was initially scheduled to visit New Delhi from October 31 to November 1st, but will now arrive in the Indian Capital on December 24.

India's Hindustan Aeronatics Limited (HAL) is to build the FGFA, a derivative of the Sukhoi T-50, in India. India and Russia signed a 50:50 joint venture to build the aircraft in December 2011.

Rajeev Sharma is a New Delhi-based journalist-author who has been writing on international relations, foreign policy, strategic affairs, security and terrorism for over two decades. He is a regular contributor to The Diplomat's Indian Decade blog.

http://thediplomat.com/flashpoints-blog/2012/10/25/india-snubs-russia-on-fifth-generation-fighters/

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Dudo muchisimo q compren el elefante blanco gringo, a ese avion no lo quiere nadie y ha probrado que no cumple ni con la mitad de lo q se esperaba, ademas el 2do caza stealth chino se supone q es una copia del F-35 gringo gracias al robo de los planos e info tecnica a la BAe, tonces comprar un avion q china conoce al derecho y al revez no parece una movida inteligente.
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Mensaje por Berserk el Sáb Nov 10, 2012 3:55 pm




















MiG-29k en el INS Vikramaditya













First Takeoff MiG-29 KUB from Russian aircraft carrier after modernisation

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Mensaje por Berserk el Mar Dic 18, 2012 12:50 pm

affraid affraid affraid affraid affraid affraid QUÉ, QUÉ!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! affraid affraid affraid esto la verdad nunca me lo esperaria de la Bae

25% IAF advanced trainers grounded for want of spare parts, says Antony

In a major blow for the pilot training programme of the Air Force, it has emerged that almost 25 per cent of the Hawk advanced trainer fleet has been grounded due to severe lack of spares. In a startling disclosure in Parliament, Defence Minister A K Antony admitted that 16 aircraft are on ground for the want of spares.

This has come as a surprise, given that the fleet is relatively new, with the first trainers inducted in 2008. A total of 66 Hawk trainers are currently in service with the IAF and are used for the final stage training of pilots. The grounding of 25 per cent of this fleet has come at a bad time for the IAF, given that it currently has no basic trainer aircraft in service after the grounding of the HPT 32 fleet over two years ago.

Antony said that efforts are on to procure spares for the grounded aircraft but did not go into details of the shortages.

A lack of spares and complaints from the IAF that the trainers have been fitted with old parts has been a recurring headache with the Hawk fleet. As reported by The Indian Express in 2008, the trainers faced several spares-related problems after they were inducted. In fact, the fleet was grounded for a week in May that year after a trainer crashed. While the crash was blamed on pilot error, the IAF complained that it was facing a serious problem of spares with the serviceability rate of the fleet at 40 per cent.

The consistent failure to supply spares on time had led the ministry to impose a fine on British manufacturer BAE Systems in 2010.

In December 2011, a £59 million contract for spares was signed with BAE to smooth out the problems but serious gaps in the support package remain, as revealed by Antony.

http://www.indianexpress.com/news/25--iaf-advanced-trainers-grounded-for-want-of-spare-parts-says-antony/1046762/0

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Mensaje por Andrés Eduardo González el Jue Dic 27, 2012 6:49 pm

Esos indios van a quedar con una logística de locos....

Empezando por su avión propio: el Tejas...

Luego el chorro de Rafale que compraron...

Y ahora van a construir más Sukhoi Su-30MKI...
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Mensaje por panchorecon el Vie Dic 28, 2012 3:45 pm

Andrés Eduardo González escribió:Esos indios van a quedar con una logística de locos....

Empezando por su avión propio: el Tejas...

Luego el chorro de Rafale que compraron...

Y ahora van a construir más Sukhoi Su-30MKI...

pero recuerda que los indios aun conserban muchas clases de mig y otros casas, pero me imagino que ellos piensan que como son mas de mil millones hay muchos a quien ensenarle alguna linea logistica

aunque no quedaria de locos pues hay otros fuerzas armadas con lineas igual o mas grandes por la variedad de cazas

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Mensaje por -Clark- el Lun Ago 12, 2013 8:51 am

EEUU trata de adjudicarse un contrato con India por 145 obuses remolcados ligeros "M777" valorado en 661 millones de euros
Lunes 12 de Agosto de 2013 10:52




(defensa.om) La DCSA (Agencia de Cooperación de Seguridad y Defensa) de EEUU ha informado al Congreso de una posible venta a la India de hasta 145 obuses remolcados ligeros "M777" de calibre 155 mm, dotados tecnología LINAPS, en un contrato que estaría valorado en 661 millones de euros (885 millones de dólares) . La venta englobaría todo el apoyo logístico, de mantenimiento y de formación del personal indio por parte de EEUU. Según el comunicado emitido por la Agencia norteamericana, encargada de la gestión de la venta en el exterior, la adjudicación tiene el objetivo de que Nueva Delhi " modernice sus fuerzas armadas y aumente su capacidad para operar en condiciones peligrosas". India, especifica el documento, "no tendrá dificultad para absorber este armamento en sus fuerzas armadas". Además, se hace referencia al Procedimiento de Contratación de Defensa de la India (DPP), por el que se deberá negociar un contrato de compensación con el gobierno indio en el caso de que haya algún problema una vez se confirme la compra.

Con esta venta, especifica la DCSA, se mejorará la política exterior y la seguridad nacional de EEUU "fortaleciendo la relación estratégica entre EEUU e India y se mejorará la seguridad de una importante aliado, continuando con la estabilidad política, la paz y el progreso económico en el sur de Asia". Los contratistas serían BAE Systems, Watervliet Arsenal, Seiler Instrument o Triumph Actuation Systems, entre otros.

El Congreso de EEUU tiene un plazo de 30 días para dar luz verde al acuerdo.

El "M777" ya está siendo utilizado por ejércitos como los de EEUU, Canadá o Australia. En un principio fueron desarrollados y por la firma británica Vickers, aunque en 2004, con la integración de ésta en BAE Systems, ha sido la compañía norteamericana la encargada de proveerlos al Ejército de EEUU en conflictos como el de Afganistán. (Javier Martínez)

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Mensaje por Enrique262 el Lun Ago 12, 2013 8:33 pm

India lanza su primer portaaviones hecho en casa





http://video.mx.msn.com/watch/video/india-lanza-su-primer-portaaviones-hecho-en-casa/2j6a78z43

Ya empezó la carrera por el dominio de los mares del este/sur-este asiáticos, con India a la cabeza con un PA activo, otro a punto de ser entregado y ahora este totalmente propio, China con uno activo y uno en construcción (+1 portahelicópteros), Tailandia con uno semiactivo, y Japón y Corea del Sur con portahelicópteros que solo necesitan un avión V/STOL para ser propiamente PA.

Aquí una ilustración de esta clase de embarcaciones en el mundo, aunque un poco desactualizada:



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A huge explosion accompanied by a fire rocked an Indian Navy submarine docked in the high security Naval dockyard early Wednesday, officials said.
TV grab of the fire on navy submarine INS Sindhurakshak in Mumbai dockyard.
The blast followed by a fire occurred shortly after midnight on the INS Sindhurakshak submarine.
According to TV reports about 18 sailors were on board the submarine that has almost submerged in the water due to the impact of the explosion.
Many sailors on board the submarine reportedly jumped off to safety.
"However, there is likelihood of some personnel being trapped inside. The details are being ascertained," an official defence ministry statement issued at 3:15 am said.
The details of other casualty figures were not immediately available though some injured sailors have been rushed to naval hospital INHS Ashvini in Colaba.
The cause of the explosion and blaze, as well as the extent of damage to the submarine and naval properties, is still not known.
At least 16 fire tenders of Mumbai Fire Brigade and Mumbai Port Trust were rushed to assist the naval fire brigade to douse the conflagration, the smoke emanating from which could be seen in many parts of south Mumbai.
A fire brigade official said that around 3 am, the blaze had been brought under control and prevented from spreading to other vessels docked in the vicinity.
The blast was first heard ashore by deputy chief fire office P.S. Rahandale who was on leave and attending a private engagement near the Gateway of India promenade.
He immediately alerted the fire brigade and other emergency services.


http://www.hindustantimes.com/India-news/Mumbai/Navy-submarine-INS-Sindhurakshak-on-fire-after-explosion-18-sailors-untraced/Article1-1107807.aspx
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MUMBAI: A huge explosion accompanied by a fire rocked an Indian Navy submarine docked at the high security naval dockyard early on Wednesday, officials said.

The blast followed by a fire occurred shortly after midnight on the INS Sindhurakshak submarine.

Many sailors on board the submarine reportedly jumped off to safety.

"However, there is likelihood of some personnel being trapped inside. The details are being ascertained," an official defence ministry statement issued at 3.15am said.

The details of other casualty figures were not immediately available though some injured sailors have been rushed to naval hospital INHS Ashvini in Colaba.

The cause of the explosion and blaze, as well as the extent of damage to the submarine and naval properties, is still not known.

At least 16 fire tenders of Mumbai Fire Brigade and Mumbai Port Trust were rushed to assist the naval fire brigade to douse the conflagration, the smoke emanating from which could be seen in many parts of south Mumbai.

A fire brigade official said that around 3am, the blaze had been brought under control and prevented from spreading to other vessels docked in the vicinity.

The blast was first heard ashore by deputy chief fire office PS Rahandale who was on leave and attending a private engagement near the Gateway of India promenade. He immediately alerted the fire brigade and other emergency services.
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INS Sindhurakshak recently underwent a mid-life upgrade in Russia



The explosion aboard INS Sindhurakshak, a recently upgraded conventional Indian navy submarine, on Wednesday morning at a dockyard in Mumbai will be a major setback to navy's operational preparedness.
The incident comes a day after India launched its first indigenous aircraft carrier and activated the reactor aboard its locally designed nuclear-attack submarine on 10 August.
Commissioned into service in 1997, the Russian-built Sindhurakshak is the seventh and last of the 10 Kilo-class diesel-electric boats the Indian navy acquired from Moscow between 1986 and 2000. It had recently undergone a mid-life upgrade in Russia.
The $80m (£52m) retrofit equipped it with anti-ship and land attack 200km (124 mile)-range cruise missile systems.
The submarine's hull was also refurbished and numerous other systems were upgraded to enhance its safety and security, adding at least an additional 10 years to its 25-year service life.
Sindhurakshak's cooling system likewise underwent modifications, fitted with a Porpoise radio-locator to enhance its capabilities.
Official sources say it is "highly unlikely" that the Indian navy and the Russians will be able to resurrect Sindhurakshak and that will add to the navy's operational woes as it faces a severe depletion of its ageing sub-surface fleet.
The explosion aboard INS Sindhurakshak is a major setback to Indian navy
By 2014-15, the navy will be left with only nine of its current fleet of 14 diesel-electric submarines that include eight Russian Kilo-class and four German Type 1500 (HDW209) boats.
Beyond the planned expansion of its nuclear submarine capabilities, the navy in addition faces severe difficulties with its conventional underwater assets.
Delivery dates between 2012 and 2017 for the $4.2bn programme to build six French Scorpene diesel-electric patrol submarines under licence at the state-owned Mazagaon Dockyard Limited in Mumbai has been pushed back following bitter financial wrangling and technical problems.
Indian navy officials said the first Scorpene was now scheduled for delivery three years later than planned, most likely around late 2015, and the sixth and last by 2019-20.
'Ageing fleet'
Indian government auditors - the Comptroller and Auditor General - in a recent report warned that the navy faced the danger of operating with less than half its already deficient submarine fleet by 2012-13 when 63% of its boats would be eligible for retirement.
The watchdog revealed that "other than holding 67% of the submarines envisaged in its 1985 Maritime Perspective Plan, the average operational availability between January 2002 and December 2006 of the existing boats was as low as 48% due to prolonged refit schedules".
According to the auditors, 83% of short submarine refits and 100% of "normal and medium refits" invariably were delayed well past the prescribed time period.
This was because many of the Sindugosh (Type 877 Kilo-class) boats - of which Sindhurakshak was one - needed to be sent to Russia.
"With serious slippages in the induction plan, the navy is left with an ageing fleet with more than 50% of submarines having completed 75% of their operational life and some already outliving their maximum service life," the report said.
The navy's plans to import two submarines and locally build four to make good the shortfall has been entangled in bureaucratic wrangling for several years.
While the navy is keen on involving private shipyards, the defence ministry wants three submarines built at the Mazagaon Dockyard Limited, despite it being overburdened with orders, and one at the public sector Hindustan Shipyard in Visakhapatnam on the east coast.

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Mensaje por sergiotahur el Dom Oct 20, 2013 2:36 pm

India firmará el contrato para 126 cazas Rafale hasta marzo de 2014

India prevé firmar con Francia hasta marzo próximo el contrato para la compra de 126 cazas Rafale, comunicó el subjefe del Estado Mayor de la Fuerza Aérea india, S. Sukumar, citado por la prensa local.

Sukumar informó que el contrato será cerrado en el año fiscal 2013, que termina en marzo que viene, y que la empresa gala Dassault entregará a la India 18 aviones Rafale fabricados en Francia.

Los 108 restantes serán ensamblados en las plantas de la corporación aeronáutica india HAL (Hindustan Aeronautics Limited).

En enero de 2012, el caza Rafale fue declarado ganador de la licitación que convocó la India para adquirir 126 aviones de combate multipropósito (MMRCA), pero el contrato no ha sido firmado hasta hoy.

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Mensaje por -Clark- el Lun Nov 25, 2013 8:06 pm


Hawk Mk 132 advanced jet trainer (AJT) aircraft inducted into the Indian Navy, at the Naval Air Station INS Dega on November 06, 2013

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Mensaje por gamg73 el Lun Dic 02, 2013 12:01 am

Navy set to get its largest aircraft carrier tomorrow
Manu Pubby : Severodvinsk, Fri Nov 15 2013, 05:46 hrs



Ending a nine-year wait, aircraft carrier INS Vikramaditya will be inducted into the Indian Navy by Defence Minister A K Antony at the Sevmash shipyard in Severodvinsk, Russia on Saturday.

The first aircraft carrier to join the Navy in over two decades, Vikramaditya, the former Gorshkov, will set sail for India after the handing-over ceremony. It is likely to be greeted by a ship that already has a very special place in the Navy. INS Viraat, India's lone aircraft carrier, is said to be heading to Oman to escort the Vikramaditya home.

In a show of strength and capability, the two aircraft carriers are expected to sail together in the Arabian Sea before the Vikramaditya heads for its final berthing place in Karwar. The deployment will be one of the last overseas sailings for INS Viraat that has been in service with the Indian Navy since 1987 and is overdue for retirement, given that the hull is now over five decades old.

For Vikramaditya, the long journey home will be challenging — it will be unarmed, and will sail without weapons or fighter aircraft on board while making the transition from freezing seas to tropical waters. The Navy is planning a five-ship escort.

After it sets sail from Severodvinsk, the Vikramaditya, commanded by Commodore Suraj Berry, will be met by INS Deepak, a tanker ship, near Murmansk. Also tailing the aircraft carrier will be a Talwar-class frigate. Additional ships will join the convoy near Gibraltar. Though the final route home has not been revealed, the ship is likely to use the Suez Canal and will meet the Viraat once it reaches the Oman coast.

The escort is required especially as the route through the Suez will raise serious security issues given the multiple threats that can emerge in the region. The Navy has been tightlipped and has prepared the carrier for a sixty-day sail. This means that a route skirting Africa is also not being ruled out.

http://www.indianexpress.com/news/navy-set-to-get-its-largest-aircraft-carrier-tomorrow/1195147/

Viejita la informacion (15 dias), pero relevante ahora que China le va a pegar a todo el mundo sin encontrar oposicion ninguna, dicen.

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Mensaje por -Clark- el Mar Dic 17, 2013 8:48 am

India abre oficialmente el concurso para dotarse con 4 buques anfibios en el que Navantia postula con el BPE



(defensa.com) La Armada India ha hecho oficial finalmente la intención de adquirir cuatro buques anfibios con el envío de la documentación del proceso licitador a las empresas locales de construcción naval Larsen & Toubro Limited, Pipavav Defence & Offshore Engineering Company Limited y ABG Shipyard Limited. 
La primera participa en asociación con la española Navantia, ofreciendo el BPE (Buque de Proyección Estratégica), la segunda con la francesa DCNS, que propone, el BPC (Bâtiment de Projection et Commandement) y la última con la empresa de ingeniería  Alion Science & Technology Corporation, de Estados Unidos.

Dos navíos, con cerca de 20.000 toneladas de desplazamiento, serán construidos en India por Hindustan Shipyard Limited, en el  marco de un programa de transferencia tecnológica, en tanto los otros dos lo serán por la empresa a la que se adjudique el proceso licitador.

Los buques estarán capacitados para acometer un amplio espectro de misiones marítimas, entre ellas operaciones de vigilancia, búsqueda y  salvamento, apoyo a operaciones de fuerzas especiales,  mando de operaciones navales y transporte, apoyo médico y humanitario. Deberán portar helicópteros, lanchas de desembarque, botes, tropas, vehículos tácticos y blindados de rueda y oruga.

Para su protección, la flota de superficie deberá ser armada con piezas de pequeño calibre, manualmente o remotamente operadas y sistemas de defensa anti-aérea. 

Actualmente, un BPE está siendo operado por la Armada Española, en tanto las unidades "Camberra" y "Adelaide" lo serán por Australia. La Marina francesa opera, por su parte, tres buques del tipo BPC y dos unidades están en construcción para la Marina Rusa, el "Valdivostok"  y el  “Sevastopol". (Victor M.S. Barreira)



Fotografías:
·SPS "Juan Carlos I" de la Armada Española (Devrim Yaylali).
·FS "Dixmude" de la Marina Francesa (Victor M.S. Barreira).

Fuente: http://www.defensa.com/index.php?option=com_content&view=article&id=11040:india-abre-oficialmente-el-concurso-para-dotarse-con-4-buques-anfibios-en-el-que-navantia-postula-con-el-bpe&catid=64:restomundo&Itemid=187
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Mensaje por Armagedon el Jue Dic 26, 2013 2:25 pm

gamg73 escribió:Navy set to get its largest aircraft carrier tomorrow
Manu Pubby : Severodvinsk, Fri Nov 15 2013, 05:46 hrs



Ending a nine-year wait, aircraft carrier INS Vikramaditya will be inducted into the Indian Navy by Defence Minister A K Antony at the Sevmash shipyard in Severodvinsk, Russia on Saturday.

The first aircraft carrier to join the Navy in over two decades, Vikramaditya, the former Gorshkov, will set sail for India after the handing-over ceremony. It is likely to be greeted by a ship that already has a very special place in the Navy. INS Viraat, India's lone aircraft carrier, is said to be heading to Oman to escort the Vikramaditya home.

In a show of strength and capability, the two aircraft carriers are expected to sail together in the Arabian Sea before the Vikramaditya heads for its final berthing place in Karwar. The deployment will be one of the last overseas sailings for INS Viraat that has been in service with the Indian Navy since 1987 and is overdue for retirement, given that the hull is now over five decades old.

For Vikramaditya, the long journey home will be challenging — it will be unarmed, and will sail without weapons or fighter aircraft on board while making the transition from freezing seas to tropical waters. The Navy is planning a five-ship escort.

After it sets sail from Severodvinsk, the Vikramaditya, commanded by Commodore Suraj Berry, will be met by INS Deepak, a tanker ship, near Murmansk. Also tailing the aircraft carrier will be a Talwar-class frigate. Additional ships will join the convoy near Gibraltar. Though the final route home has not been revealed, the ship is likely to use the Suez Canal and will meet the Viraat once it reaches the Oman coast.

The escort is required especially as the route through the Suez will raise serious security issues given the multiple threats that can emerge in the region. The Navy has been tightlipped and has prepared the carrier for a sixty-day sail. This means that a route skirting Africa is also not being ruled out.

http://www.indianexpress.com/news/navy-set-to-get-its-largest-aircraft-carrier-tomorrow/1195147/

Viejita la informacion (15 dias), pero relevante ahora que China le va a pegar a todo el mundo sin encontrar oposicion ninguna, dicen.

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Mensaje por Berserk el Lun Dic 30, 2013 1:57 pm

Portaaviones clase Vikrant

esta al 70%


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Interesante el avion naval que esta en el render.

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Mensaje por edo23 el Lun Dic 30, 2013 3:51 pm

Un F-15 embarcado...
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Mensaje por Andrés Eduardo González el Lun Dic 30, 2013 6:26 pm

Eso mismo iba a decir: F-15 navalizados... jejejejeje

Pero claro, son sólo render...
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Mensaje por jcmorey2 el Lun Dic 30, 2013 7:35 pm

La imagen deberia ser mig-29k, se nota que el dibujante no sabe mucho de aviacion; tomo y monto un avion bimotor de doble cola! Razz

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