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Armadas/Sistemas de Armas / Re: Royal Navy
« Última mensagem por mafets em Hoje às 03:19:21 pm »
Os bifes e os "problemas existenciais". Projectos à pressão e o F35B, agora chucham no dedo...  :P ;)
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Options to augment the capabilities of the Queen Elizabeth carriers in future, including shipborne air-to-air refuelling, are currently being explored by the MoD.
Asked by James Heappey, MP for the Wells:

“To ask the Secretary of State for Defence, if he will examine options in SDSR 2020 to enable HMS Queen Elizabeth and HMS Prince of Wales to extend the effective combat radius of the F-35B through the introduction of a shipborne air-to-air refuelling capability.”

https://ukdefencejournal.org.uk/shipborne-air-air-refuelling-capability-explored-queen-elizabeth-carriers/?utm_source=FB&utm_medium=FacebookPage&utm_campaign=social





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Marinha no ForumDefesa.com / Re: Projecto NPO 2000 da Marinha Portuguesa
« Última mensagem por mafets em Hoje às 03:09:25 pm »
O Marco António ou o João Soares ir ver um meio naval em construção ou uma fábrica de chouriças é a precisamente a mesma coisa para eles.
Isso é uma ofensa para as Chouriças.  ;D :jok: Já agora lá por fora (estes armam os Patrulhas Costeiros com 30 mm e os OPV como a classe Kedah com uma  76mm e um Super Lynx https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Kedah-class_offshore_patrol_vessel  8) ::)   : http://www.janes.com/article/69931/malaysia-conducts-trials-of-30-mm-naval-gun-from-first-of-class-ngpc
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The Malaysian Coast Guard has conducted test firings of a 30 mm Turkish-made naval gun system from a newly inducted platform
Tests brings the first-of-class New Generation Patrol Craft closer towards full operational capability with the service
The Malaysian Coast Guard has conducted the first test firings of a newly installed SMASH 30 mm remote controlled stabilised naval gun system from its first-of-class New Generation Patrol Craft (NGPC), KM Bagan Datuk (4541).

The tests, which were conducted about 15 n miles west of Pulau Mentagor, off the coast of Perak, were conducted to validate the weapon's successful integration with systems on board the vessel.

These involved a single seaborne target that was set adrift from and subsequently fired upon by Bagan Datuk in single and burst modes of three rounds each. Present during the tests were engineers from Turkish defence company Aselsan, which is supplying the naval gun system to the coastguard. According to specifications provided by the company, the SMASH system is fitted with a 30 mm Mk 44 Bushmaster-II cannon that fires 200 rds/min.

Bagan Datuk is the first of six 44 m coastal patrol vessels ordered from Malaysian shipbuilder Destini Shipbuilding & Engineering under a MYR380 million (USD87 million) signed in 2015. The platform is derived from a design by Germany-based Fassmer Shipbuilding Company and will be the first vessels operated by the Malaysian Coast Guard to feature an organic unmanned aerial vehicle (UAV) capability.

The 297-tonne platform features an overall length of 44.25 m, an overall beam of 7.7 m, and a design draught of 1.95 m. The vessel is powered by two 1,920 kW MTU engines, and has a top speed of 24 kt, and a standard range of 2,000 n miles at 12 kt.

Each NGPC can deploy the Thales Fulmar unmanned aerial vehicle (UAV) from a catapult-based launcher situated just behind the position of its primary weapon.



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Exército Português no ForumDefesa.com / Re: Novo blindado 4x4
« Última mensagem por Major Alvega em Hoje às 02:17:59 pm »
Então praticamente toda a Europa ainda usa vintage.

Não me parece que seja por aí, até porque se chegar o dia onde se os queira substituir não deverá haver grande dificuldade.

Toda a Europa, onde? Toda a Europa ou NATO usa mísseis com capacidade "top-attack" e de última geração como Spikes e alguns países o Javelin como arma anti-tanque principal.

E depois há um ou outro país indigente que ainda pensa continuar a usar TOWS e Milans de 1ª geração como também Chaparrais na segunda década do séc.XXI.
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Armadas/Sistemas de Armas / Re: Vídeos (Armadas/Sistemas de Armas)
« Última mensagem por Lusitano89 em Hoje às 01:47:30 pm »
Ultimate Naval Weapons - Phalanx CIWS Six-Barrel Gatling Gun in Action / Firing


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Mundo / Re: Turquia
« Última mensagem por Lusitano89 em Hoje às 01:32:34 pm »
Governo turco reforça "purga" e censura após vitória no referendo constitucional


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Exército Português no ForumDefesa.com / Re: Novo blindado 4x4
« Última mensagem por Alvalade em Hoje às 09:04:18 am »
Então praticamente toda a Europa ainda usa vintage.

Não me parece que seja por aí, até porque se chegar o dia onde se os queira substituir não deverá haver grande dificuldade.
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Exército Português no ForumDefesa.com / Re: Novo blindado 4x4
« Última mensagem por Major Alvega em Hoje às 03:57:56 am »
Portanto "Milans" e "Taus". Sim senhor, lindo serviço!!
Os artigos vintage voltaram a estar na moda.
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Marinha no ForumDefesa.com / Re: Corvetas da classe João Coutinho oferecidas às Filipinas
« Última mensagem por P44 em Abril 29, 2017, 10:09:19 pm »
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April 26, 2017

Finally, the Philippine Navy (and Vietnam) are Set to Receive a Pohang-class Flight III Corvette from South Korea

MaxDefense Philippines finally received a confirmation from its sources that after more than 2 years of waiting, the Philippine Navy will be receiving a Pohang-class corvette from South Korea. This is NOT the same ship that was reported since 2014, which is a totally different project.

After conducting of the Joint Visual Inspection by the Philippine Navy in Jinhae Naval Base in South Korea, spearheaded by the Offshore Combat Force's commanding officer himself, the Philippine Navy decided to finally accept the offer made by the South Korean government to transfer the Pohang-class Flight III anti-submarine corvette. It appears that only 1 ship was offered by the South Korean government, while the other decommissioned Flight III ships will be going to 2 other countries. The ship is expected to be in service with the Philippine Navy by 4th quarter of 2017.

While the deal appears that the ship is free, the Philippine Navy will have to spend around Php 200 million for the entire transfer process, including reactivation, repair, minor refurbishing works, replacement of obsolete systems required for safe use of the ship, crew billeting and training, and other expenses.

The ship is expected to be assigned with the Offshore Combat Force (OCF) of the Philippine Fleet, and will be the primary anti-submarne warfare (ASW) platform of the service until the introduction of other ASW-capable units.


Pohang-class corvette ROKS Chungju (PCC-762), the unit reportedly assigned for transfer to the Philippine Navy.
Credits to owner of photo.

http://maxdefense.blogspot.pt/2017/04/finally-philippine-navy-is-set-to.html
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Armadas/Sistemas de Armas / Re: Marinha Grega (Hellenic Navy)
« Última mensagem por HSMW em Abril 29, 2017, 09:47:12 pm »

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