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Re: Exército Britânico
« Responder #105 em: Julho 20, 2018, 09:15:55 pm »
 

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Re: Exército Britânico
« Responder #106 em: Julho 20, 2018, 11:21:05 pm »
Esse programa dava para pagar cinco anos dos nossos orçamentos de defesa.  :amazing:
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Re: Exército Britânico
« Responder #107 em: Julho 21, 2018, 10:56:18 am »
No British Army, não se brinca em serviço !!

https://ted.europa.eu/TED/notice/udl?uri=TED:NOTICE:314073-2018:TEXT:EN:HTML&src=0

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É um programa conhecido que os Alemães conseguiram ganhar. O Boxer representa uma enorme evolução para o Exército Britânico, mas o "price tag" final é alucinante.

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Re: Exército Britânico
« Responder #108 em: Julho 21, 2018, 12:03:42 pm »
No British Army, não se brinca em serviço !!

https://ted.europa.eu/TED/notice/udl?uri=TED:NOTICE:314073-2018:TEXT:EN:HTML&src=0

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É um programa conhecido que os Alemães conseguiram ganhar. O Boxer representa uma enorme evolução para o Exército Britânico, mas o "price tag" final é alucinante.



à pois é, quem quer bolota tem de trepar, o custo de cada blindado fica num balúrdio !!!

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Re: Exército Britânico
« Responder #109 em: Setembro 10, 2018, 10:31:27 am »
https://ukdefencejournal.org.uk/british-armoured-fighting-vehicles-arrive-in-oman/?no_cache=1

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British armoured fighting vehicles arrive in Oman

Two Point class ships have transported over 200 vehicles for Exercise Saif Sareea 3 which will take place across Oman in October and November 2018.

Saif Sareea 3 (SS3) is the third UK-Oman joint exercise, with the previous 2 taking place in 1986 and 2001. SS3 is the UK armed forces lead exercise this year and the largest joint exercise of its kind in 17 years.









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Re: Exército Britânico Royal Air Force e Royal Navy
« Responder #110 em: Setembro 13, 2018, 09:58:38 pm »
Armed Forces need 8,200 more personnel in ‘largest shortfall in many years’

A devastating new report has highlighted skill shortages in 102 critical areas across the armed forces. Commanders have reportedly had to cancel leave as a result in an effort to maintain operations.

The report from the Committee of Public Accounts (found here) referenced a shortfall of 8,200 regular personnel, and stated that the Ministry of Defence doesn’t expect to resolve this until 2022 at the earliest. The number of regular personnel was 18% below requirement in the 102 critical areas with skill shortages.


The news comes amid serious political questions as to whether the UK will remain a ‘tier-one military power’. Indeed the Defence Select Committee recently criticised the government for defence cuts and called for defence spending to return to 3% of GDP.

‘The Armed Forces need sufficient skilled personnel to meet the Government’s defence objectives and respond to the rapidly changing threats to the UK’
Committee of Public Accounts
The Ministry of Defence faces a 23% shortfall in pilots, a 26% shortfall in intelligence analysts, and a 17% shortfall in engineers. It was criticised for not developing a ‘coherent plan for closing the existing skill gaps and securing the new skills that it will need’.

One of the official recommendations began with the line ‘Following publication of the Modernising Defence Programme (MDP) in Summer 2018….’. The report was evidently written prior to the parliamentary summer recess – it has since become clear that the MDP may not be published for several months yet.

An MoD Spokesperson said:

“Recruiting and retaining talent is one of our top priorities and we have a range of schemes, including retention pay for and direct entry into specialist trades and flexible working to make sure we attract and keep the skilled personnel we need.
The military has enough personnel to meet all its operational requirements, including being active on 25 operations in 30 countries throughout the world.”

Whilst the MoD is currently able to meet its operational requirements, doing so is having a negative impact elsewhere. Due to the shortage in pilots, qualified RAF personnel are being transferred away from staff jobs in the UK to operational flying roles abroad. This has led to an insufficient number of staff in headquarters across the country.

Commanders have had to cancel leave and training in order to maintain the current pace of operations. Cancelling leave has led to a doubling in the number of personnel describing morale as ‘low’, up to 67% in 2018 compared to 33% in 2010.
More worryingly, the report also highlighted the potential problem if the MoD ever needed to ‘scale-up’ the Armed Forces at pace during a time of conflict.

https://ukdefencejournal.org.uk/armed-forces-8200-personnel-below-requirement/

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Re: Exército Britânico
« Responder #112 em: Setembro 21, 2018, 07:15:06 pm »

Plans to procure ‘at least 500’ Boxer vehicles move forward

By George Allison September 20, 2018



A programme to supply the British Army with a new fleet of Boxer eight-wheeled armoured vehicles has taken a major step forward.
Defence Minister Stuart Andrew announced at one of the world’s leading land equipment events that the Army intends to make an initial purchase of over 500 Boxer vehicles, and the Defence Minister also announced that British suppliers have been given the green light to bring forward concrete plans for the project, which is set to support at least 1,000 UK jobs.

Artec, the consortium who lead on the production of the vehicles, have been given the go-ahead to invite industry to bring forward actual contractible proposals for work on the vehicles. A big step towards making a purchase, the news means that Artec will now ramp up work to complete their supplier selection process before returning to the MOD with a formal proposal next year.

The Minister made the announcement whilst speaking at DVD2018 at Millbrook Proving Ground in Bedfordshire, which showcases equipment and technology for the British Army and is one of the biggest land equipment events in the world.

Speaking at the event, Defence Minister Stuart Andrew said:
“A new 8×8 armoured vehicle is a key part of our British Army’s future, and today marks a big step towards equipping our soldiers with this brand-new troop carrier. British companies are stepping up to the plate yet again for a project which could support up to 1,000 jobs across the country, and it is great to give industry the green light to now pull together a full plan of action. I am looking forward to pressing ahead with negotiations in our pursuit of a vehicle which works best for the Army, the taxpayer and British industry.”

The MoD announced that the British Army had re-joined the Boxer programme back in March, as it looks to modernise its vehicle fleet and meet the Mechanised Infantry Vehicle requirement which is central to the Army’s plans for fast-moving ‘strike brigades’.

According to a news release, manufacturer Artec will now complete supplier selection and confirm their proposal to manufacture and support Boxer in the UK, offering new opportunities to British suppliers for what is set to be their largest single order.

https://ukdefencejournal.org.uk/plans-to-procure-at-least-500-boxer-vehicles-move-forward/

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"Nunca, no campo dos conflitos humanos, tantos deveram tanto a tão poucos." W.Churchil

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Re: Exército Britânico
« Responder #114 em: Novembro 06, 2018, 05:30:57 pm »
Navio da Royal Navy, helicóptero da RAF, cadê o exército? :mrgreen:
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Re: Exército Britânico
« Responder #115 em: Novembro 06, 2018, 05:38:02 pm »
Entretanto em terras de sua Majestade...









http://www.navyrecognition.com/index.php/news/defence-news/2018/february-2018-navy-naval-defense-news/5943-raf-ch47-chinook-helicopter-aboard-hms-queen-elizabeth.html

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Mesmo mesmo à justa do elevador, as "pás" ficam bloqueadas sempre na mesma posição? É que senão estou a ver num descuido lá ir uma à vida  :P
 

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Re: Exército Britânico
« Responder #116 em: Novembro 07, 2018, 10:33:01 am »
Navio da Royal Navy, helicóptero da RAF, cadê o exército? :mrgreen:

A culpa é da RN que não mete de onde vem o Heli (mesmo sendo Boscome Down da Raf, avalia material para todas as Forças Armadas Inglesas), e como o exercito também tem Chinoock...  ;D ;)

https://www.royalnavy.mod.uk/news-and-latest-activity/news/2018/february/02/180202-queen-elizabeth-sails-for-aircraft-trials

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Two Chinooks from the Aircraft Test and Evaluation facility at MOD Boscombe Down arrived on board this morning as the carrier prepared to sail. The ship will be joined later by two Merlin Mk2 aircraft, with all four aircraft carrying specialist testing equipment.

Captain Jerry Kyd, the Commanding Officer of HMS Queen Elizabeth, said: "After the excitement of our commissioning ceremony in December, my ship's company and our industry partners are looking forward to taking the ship to sea to conduct first of class rotary wing flying trials.

"These trials will involve operating different types of helicopter from the ship in all weather conditions and fully testing the myriad of on board systems that are designed to support aviation. This is an important milestone in the ship's progression towards embarking the F35-B Lightning jets later this year, and ultimately the achievement of carrier strike capability."

Mas tens razão, é da RAF.  ;) :)

http://www.navyrecognition.com/index.php/news/defence-news/2018/february-2018-navy-naval-defense-news/5943-raf-ch47-chinook-helicopter-aboard-hms-queen-elizabeth.html
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For the first time ever a giant RAF Chinook helicopter has been stowed in the hangar of a British aircraft carrier. With the nose protruding over the edge of one of HMS Queen Elizabeth’s two mighty aircraft lifts, the 99ft-long helicopter from RAF 7 Squadron was moved from the flight to the hangar deck.

Cumprimentos  ;) 8)
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Re: Exército Britânico
« Responder #117 em: Novembro 07, 2018, 01:11:45 pm »
O Army Air Corps do Exército Britânico só tem helis ligeiros e os Apache, os pesados de transporte (Puma, Chinook e anteriormente os Merlin) estão todos na RAF.
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Re: Exército Britânico
« Responder #118 em: Novembro 07, 2018, 01:47:00 pm »
O Army Air Corps do Exército Britânico só tem helis ligeiros e os Apache, os pesados de transporte (Puma, Chinook e anteriormente os Merlin) estão todos na RAF.

Não ligues que é ternura dos 45.  ;D Achei que o British Army ficava bem com os Chinook...  :P

https://www.army.mod.uk/equipment/aircraft/

Curioso que usam o Bell 212 e o Squirrel. Não tinha conhecimento.





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Re: Exército Britânico
« Responder #119 em: Fevereiro 21, 2019, 04:08:47 pm »
Exercicio "Yellow Assault" Companhia C, 3º Batalhão, Regimento Paraquedista do Exército Britânico




















https://www.thefirearmblog.com/blog/2019/02/20/potd-paratroopers-in-yellow-assault/
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