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Re: Marinha Real Canadiana
« Responder #45 em: Outubro 20, 2018, 07:06:43 am »
Que irá ser a escolhida pela NZ não tenho dúvida, já quanto aos EUA.................... ::)

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Re: Marinha Real Canadiana
« Responder #46 em: Outubro 20, 2018, 01:25:08 pm »
Tudo se está a alinhar para a Type 26 ser a fragata de eleição dos 'Five Eyes'. Já só faltam a NZ e os EUA.

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Re: Marinha Real Canadiana
« Responder #47 em: Novembro 25, 2018, 06:55:47 pm »
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Re: Marinha Real Canadiana
« Responder #48 em: Dezembro 03, 2018, 01:39:21 pm »
Canadian Sea Kings bow out of service in flypast ceremony


Photo: RCAF

After over fifty years of service, Canadian CH-124 Sea King maritime helicopters performed their final flight in a parade in Victoria, B.C., on December 1.

The Sea King will officially retire from service by December 31, 2018 as the RCAF completes its transition to the new CH-148 Cyclone maritime helicopter.

The CH-124 Sea King is a ship-borne maritime helicopter and the longest-serving aircraft in the RCAF fleet. It was procured in 1963 mainly for anti-submarine warfare but its versatility enabled it to serve in a variety of roles and operations throughout its history. The Sea King supported operations at home and around the world for 55 years.

“The Royal Canadian Navy has been well served by the Sea King – our longest range weapon and sensor – for decades,” Vice-Admiral M. F. Ron Lloyd, Commander of the Royal Canadian Navy said. “It was an honor to fly with the crew of Black Horse, the helicopter deployed with HMCS St. John’s, during the Sea King’s last operational deployment supporting NATO assurance measures this summer. Canada’s Navy and the Royal Canadian Air Force continue to forge ahead with an exciting new chapter, marked by the first operational deployment of Avalanche, the Cyclone helicopter currently deployed on NATO operations with HMCS Ville de Quebec.”

The CH-124 Sea King Fleet has flown in excess of 550,000 hours – which at a cruising speed of 162 km/h is roughly equivalent to flying 7,200 times around the Earth, or the equivalent of the distance from Earth to Mars.

Over its long history, the CH-124 Sea King participated in a wide variety of operations, including: NATO and other international maritime operations; search and rescue; disaster relief; counter-narcotic operations; international peacekeeping; counter-piracy; and pollution and fisheries patrols. Most recently, a CH-124 Sea King was deployed in a transport role during Operation LENTUS 18-05, the CAF’s support to fire-fighting operations in British Columbia.

The last overseas deployment for the Sea King came during the first half of 2018 aboard HMCS St. John’s as part of Operation REASSURANCE.

On January 26, 2018, the last operational Sea King flight for 423 Squadron out of 12 Wing Shearwater, N.S. was marked with a flypast in Halifax. The final Sea King flight will occur at 443 Squadron, Patricia Bay, B.C., in December 2018.

As the fleet nears final retirement, disposal planning for the CH-124 Sea King is ongoing. This includes some aircraft being put up for sale and some being retained by the Department of National Defence and the Canada Aviation and Space Museum for display or training purposes. Those going to museums will continue their service as ambassadors of maritime aviation.

https://navaltoday.com/2018/12/03/canadian-sea-kings-bow-out-of-service-in-flypast-ceremony/



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Re: Marinha Real Canadiana
« Responder #49 em: Dezembro 04, 2018, 01:52:37 am »
Tudo se está a alinhar para a Type 26 ser a fragata de eleição dos 'Five Eyes'. Já só faltam a NZ e os EUA.

 O concurso de fornecimento das fragatas canadianas foi cancelado por um tribunal local.  Um dos concorrentes, o que apresentava o projecto baseado na DzP apresentou um recurso que foi de imediato aceite. A "type 26" não preenchia grande parte dos requisitos do concurso. Um dos quais tinha de ser um projecto já com provas dadas e utilização por outra marinha aliada. Por aquilo que já li a BAe Systems/Lockheed Martin vão ser afastadas do concurso.
 

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« Responder #50 em: Dezembro 17, 2018, 01:25:47 pm »
Canadian Coast Guard welcomes first medium icebreaker CCGS Captain Molly Kool


Canadian Coast Guard photo of CCGS Captain Molly Kool

The first of three new Canadian Coast Guard medium icebreakers was handed over to the coast guard in a ceremony in British Columbia on December 14.
As noted during the ceremony, the CCGS Captain Molly Kool is also the first new Canadian Coast Guard icebreaker in twenty-five years.
The first ship will allow the Coast Guard to provide essential services during the upcoming winter season, while the other two undergo refit projects.

The namesake of the icebreaker, Captain Myrtle ‘Molly’ Kool, was the first woman in North America to become a master mariner. Myrtle Kool, known by everyone as Molly, was born in 1916 in Alma, New Brunswick. In 1937, she was the first woman in North America to become a licensed ship captain, and in 1939, was awarded her coastal master’s certificate.

All three medium icebreakers, recently acquired by the Coast Guard, will undergo refit and conversion work at Chantier Davie in Lévis, Québec, to ensure they comply with Canadian regulatory and Coast Guard operational standards before entering the fleet.
In August 2018, Chantier Davie of Levis, Quebec was awarded a $610 million dollar contract for the acquisition of the three interim icebreakers.

CCGS Captain Molly Kool is part of the national Coast Guard fleet which carries out icebreaking duties in Atlantic Canada, the St. Lawrence and the Great Lakes, and Arctic regions. This icebreaker is the latest Coast Guard asset deployed to help ensure the safety of Canadian waterways and those who rely on them, both for recreational and commercial purposes.

“Today, we are pleased to welcome CCGS Captain Molly Kool into the Canadian Coast Guard fleet,” Jonathan Wilkinson, Minister of Fisheries, Oceans, and the Canadian Coast Guard, said at the ceremony. “This icebreaker will provide essential support to the shipping industry, while keeping Canadians safe along our waterways. Canadians can be proud of the men and women of our Coast Guard, and the important work they carry out from coast, to coast, to coast.”

CCGS Captain Molly Kool measures 93.7 meters in length, and has a beam of 18 meters. It is classified as a medium icebreaker, and can maintain a speed of 3 knots through ice up to 1 meter thick.
In addition to icebreaking, the ship will support other Coast Guard programs, such as search and rescue and environmental response.


https://navaltoday.com/2018/12/17/canadian-coast-guard-welcomes-first-medium-icebreaker-ccgs-captain-molly-kool/

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Re: Marinha Real Canadiana
« Responder #51 em: Dezembro 17, 2018, 01:32:40 pm »
Canadian Type 26 Frigate order back on track
By George Allison - December 14, 2018



A Canadian trade tribunal has rescinded its order preventing the federal government from awarding a contract for Type 26 Frigates for the Canadian navy.

Local media report that Andre Fillion, an assistant deputy minister at Public Services and Procurement Canada, wrote to request the order be removed. Noting that “the procurement of goods and services to which the Alion Complaint pertains is urgent, and that a delay in awarding contracts would be contrary to the public interest.”

Alion Canada, the company that pitched the Dutch-designed De Zeven Provincien class frigate, had asked for a judicial review of the tendering process that saw the Type 26 Frigate win the Canadian frigate competition, according to local media.

According to local media, the defence firm asked the court to set aside an October decision to select Lockheed Martin Canada the preferred bidder and to prevent the Canadian government from entering into negotiations with the company, which has offered up the BAE Systems designed Type 26 frigate.

Alion argued that the winning bid was “incapable of meeting three critical mandatory requirements” of the design tender. Specifically, they say the Type 26 cannot meet the mandatory speed requirements set out by the Royal Canadian Navy.

Canada recently followed Australia in selecting the Type 26 Frigate.

The Canadian Surface Combatant is the name given to the procurement project that will replace the Iroquois and Halifax class warships with up to 15 new ships beginning in the early 2020s as part of the National Shipbuilding Procurement Strategy. The replacement vessels will be somewhat larger than the existing Halifax class, and presumably provide a wide-area air defence capability, anti-submarine warfare capability, as well as anti-shipping capability.

The options were:
•Type 26 frigate proposed by Lockheed Martin Canada and BAE Systems
•Dutch De Zeven Provinciën class frigate based design proposed by Alion Canada and Damen Group
•Spanish F-105 frigate design offered by Navantia.

The Type 26 team, known locally as “Canada’s Combat Ship Team” combines Lockheed Martin Canada with BAE Systems’ Type 26 Global Combat Ship – also involved are CAE, MDA, L3 Technologies, and Ultra Electronics.

https://ukdefencejournal.org.uk/canadian-type-26-frigate-order-back-on-track/

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Re: Marinha Real Canadiana
« Responder #52 em: Fevereiro 08, 2019, 03:38:15 pm »
Canadian Surface Combatant contract officially awarded to Type 26 team

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Photo: BAE Systems

The Canadian government has officially signed a contract with Irving Shipbuiding and the BAE Systems-Lockheed Martin team for the construction of Canada’s future surface combatants.

The contract was signed on February 7 after the BAE Systems’ Type 26 Global Combat Ship design was selected in October 2018.
Negotiations between the government and Irving Shipbuilder as prime contractor and the BAE-Lockheed team were completed even as CSC contender Alion Science challenged the decision in federal court.

Alion urged the court to determine whether the Type 26 design met the government’s requirements. One of the reasons for this claim was the fact that the government said only existing designs of ships already in service would be considered. The first Type 26 frigate is still under construction in the UK and is expected to take to the sea in 2023.

Following Alion’s challenge, the Canadian International Trade Tribunal in December 2018 gave the government green light to award the warship contract to BAE Systems and Lockheed Martin.
 
First Type 26 CSC contract
While the overall project is valued at between CA$56 and $60 billion, the initial contract with Irving Shipbuilding is valued at $185 million (including taxes) and will increase as design work progresses.

Construction on the Canadian Surface Combatants is scheduled to begin in the early 2020s.

Lockheed Martin Canada’s winning bid includes BAE Systems, CAE, L3 Technologies, MDA and Ultra Electronics Maritime Systems.
A total of 15 Canadian Surface Combatants will be built to replace Canada’s Iroquois-class destroyers and Halifax-class frigates.

“Our government is providing the Royal Canadian Navy with the ships it needs to do its important work of protecting Canadians,” Carla Qualtrough, minister of public services and procurement and accessibility, commented. “This procurement process for Canada’s future fleet of Canadian Surface Combatants was conducted in an open, fair and transparent manner that yielded the best ship design, and design team, to meet our needs for many years to come.”

https://navaltoday.com/2019/02/08/canadian-surface-combatant-contract-officially-awarded-to-type-26-team/

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