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Re: Marinha Alemã (BundesMarine)
« Responder #60 em: Novembro 15, 2016, 06:40:14 pm »
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Re: Marinha Alemã (BundesMarine)
« Responder #61 em: Dezembro 21, 2016, 07:43:24 pm »
Germany upgrades its air defense frigates with longer range radars



Germany has decided to upgrade its Sachsen-class air defense frigates with the aim of improving their contribution to NATO’s missile defense system.

The ships’ long range radars are being replaced with new ones that will have a significantly broadened scope of engagement.

Apart from defending against treats in the ‘conventional’ airspace, the new radars are expected to be capable of defending against ballistic threats coming from outer space, outside of Earth’s atmosphere.

The German Navy is now looking forward to establishing a planning and acquisition process. The service hopes to have the radar system installed on its frigates from 2021.

With this new capability, frigates Sachsen, Hamburg and Hessen will be able to detect all missiles aimed at the NATO region and report the threat back to the NATO missile defense system headquarters in Ramstein, Germany.

The ships will not be able to shoot the missiles down on their own. Instead, the NATO headquarters will be in charge of deciding which unit or units will be tasked with the destruction of incoming missiles.

This role (of missile interception and destruction) has so far been the responsibility of U.S. Navy’s four forward-deployed Arleigh Burke-class destroyers equipped with the Aegis combat system. The destroyers are stationed in the Naval Base Rota in Spain.

Belgian frigates should be capable of performing the same task from 2025 onwards. In 2015, Belgium joined a NATO missile-defense project group that was previously constituted by Germany, Denmark and the Netherlands. The country vowed to introduce an active defense capability to the group with the aim of augmenting the group’s sensor-only capabilities found on Dutch, Danish, and soon, German ships.

Belgium and the Netherlands are already working together on new frigates that will be fitted with exo-atmospheric ballistic missile interceptors.

https://navaltoday.com/2016/12/21/germany-upgrades-its-air-defense-frigates-with-long-range-outer-space-radars/
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Re: Marinha Alemã (BundesMarine)
« Responder #62 em: Janeiro 19, 2017, 05:20:02 pm »
German Navy Sea Lynx helicopters return to full operational capability


A Sea Lynx during a landing on FGS Rheinland-Pfalz. Photo: German Navy

German Navy’s Sea Lynx helicopters returned to their full operational capability after they were grounded in 2014 due to a recurring fault on the helicopters’ fuselages.

The helicopters were pulled from service due to a 20 cm rupture or hole found on 15 of the navy’s 22 helicopters.

The issue was first discovered on a helicopter embarked on the frigate FGS Lübeck during its deployment to operation Atalanta.

The German Navy announced on January 18 that the helicopters can once again be used without any speed or load limitations that were previously put in place as a precaution.

It was further said that all helicopters but one had the issue fixed and passed speed and loading tests. The last helicopter is still undergoing refit works, the service said.

Germany has been operating the Westland Helicopters-built Sea Lynx since 1981. The helicopters serve as main sensors aboard the German Navy’s Bremen-class anti-submarine frigates. Each frigate embarks embarks two Sea Lynx helicopters with 18 personnel.

Both the ‘Sea King’ and the ‘Sea Lynx’ were supposed to be replaced with a multi-role embarked helicopter but this plan failed as the goal of acquiring 30 of such units could not be realized. The Ministry of Defence subsequently decided to go with a reduced number of helicopters and ordered 18 NH90 NTH (Naval Transport Helicopter) in 2013.

As it now stands, the German version of the NH90 is solely a replacement for the ‘Sea King’ as it will not be operating as a carrier of missiles or torpedoes.

https://navaltoday.com/2017/01/19/german-navy-sea-lynx-return-to-full-operational-capability/

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Re: Marinha Alemã (BundesMarine)
« Responder #63 em: Fevereiro 13, 2017, 07:53:28 pm »
Germany to Buy Six MKS Multi-Role Warships – Ministry
February 13, 2017 by Reuters


A rendering of the MKS 180 multi-role vessel. Credit: Bundeswehr
ReutersBERLIN, Feb 13 (Reuters) – German Defence Minister Ursula von der Leyen has decided to buy six MKS-180 multi-role warships instead of putting off a decision on two of those ships until 2030, her spokesman said on Monday.

The ministry decided last October to delay a tender for four warships, which was valued at 4 billion euros ($4.24 billion), to ensure that quality standards were met. A decision on two extra warships had initially been planned in 2030.

“The need is there. Now the minister has decided to buy all six of the required MKS-180 ships,” the spokesman said, without providing a new cost estimate for the programme.

The new ships, to be delivered from 2023, will be used for attacking targets on land and underwater, as well as providing aerial protection to other vessels.

The three teams bidding to build the new warships are the Bremen-based shipyard Luerssen and Thyssen Krupp Marine Systems , Blohm + Voss and the Dutch group Damen shipyards, and German Naval Yards paired with Britain’s BAE Systems, according to security sources.

Von der Leyen’s decision comes against the backdrop of increased pressure from U.S. President Donald Trump for Germany and other NATO countries to spend more on their own defences.

Germany is boosting military spending by nearly 2 billion euros in 2017 to 37 billion euros, or 1.22 percent of gross domestic product (GDP), but said it would take time to reach the NATO target of spending 2 percent of GDP on defence.

The German government, together with France, has been pushing for greater European defence and security cooperation, especially after Britain’s vote to leave the European Union.

Berlin has also deepened its bilateral military ties with the Netherlands and Norway with recent agreements.

On Monday, Norway announced that Germany would buy naval strike missiles from its Kongsberg Gruppen for more than 10 billion crowns ($1.20 billion).

The German defence ministry said the two countries would work together on developing the Norwegian firm’s missile.

The MKS-180 ships are to be the first to be outfitted with the new missiles, and they will become standard equipment on German and Norwegian frigates in the longer term.

The German minister’s decision to buy all six ships will not affect the current procurement process, with the two additional ships to be purchased under a separate lot, the spokesman said.

($1 = 0.9434 euros) (Reporting by Sabine Siebold and Andrea Shalal; Editing by Tom Heneghan)

(c) Copyright Thomson Reuters 2017.

http://gcaptain.com/germany-buy-six-mks-multi-role-warships-ministry/?utm_campaign=twitter&utm_medium=twitter&utm_source=twitter
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Re: Marinha Alemã (BundesMarine)
« Responder #64 em: Fevereiro 18, 2017, 06:49:42 pm »
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Re: Marinha Alemã (BundesMarine)
« Responder #65 em: Fevereiro 22, 2017, 12:45:48 pm »
German Navy's second F125 frigate completes first set of builder's sea trials

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Re: Marinha Alemã (BundesMarine)
« Responder #66 em: Março 03, 2017, 09:27:17 pm »
Germany might lease Romanian sail training ship for its officer cadets



Germany is considering leasing a Romanian Navy sail training ship to train its officer cadets as ‘Gorch Fock’, the German Navy’s training ship, is tied to port for extensive repairs.

While the decision has not yet been made, German Navy Vice Admiral Rainer Brinkmann told reporters in Kiel that he expects the decision to be made within the next three weeks, according to dpa.

The decision will also depend on the outcome of safety checks on the Romanian vessel ‘Mircea’ which was built in 1938 by the Blohm & Voss shipyard based on the same design as Gorch Fock.

The Gorch Fock has high safety standards which came about following two separate deaths of officer cadets aboard the ship. In 2008, a female officer cadet fell overboard and died while another cadet died in 2010 after loosing grip at a height of 27 meters during a sail and mast-rigging exercise.

According to Lübecker Nachrichten, as it now stands Germany will deploy two groups of 50 cadets on the ‘Mircea’ this year but the ship will not be charted, remaining under the Romanian flag. Mircea will also keep her regular crew.

Germany is forced to seek solutions for the training of navy cadets after it was found out that the Gorch Fock would have to stay in the dry dock for much longer than initially expected. The German Ministry of Defense even considered scrapping the ship due to the high costs of repairs.

Gorch Fock docked for a regular maintenance period in January 2016 with repair costs estimated at around 10 million euros. Most recent estimates of the costs were placed at around 75 million euros and will allow the sail training ship remain in service beyond 2030.

 https://navaltoday.com/2017/03/03/germany-might-lease-romanian-sail-training-ship-for-its-officer-cadets/
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Re: Marinha Alemã (BundesMarine)
« Responder #67 em: Março 04, 2017, 05:40:44 pm »
Se o nosso MDN vê isto lá vai a Sagres passar umas temporadas à Alemanha...  :D ;D



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Re: Marinha Alemã (BundesMarine)
« Responder #68 em: Março 04, 2017, 08:59:08 pm »
Se o nosso MDN vê isto lá vai a Sagres passar umas temporadas à Alemanha...  :D ;D



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não tenho dúvida alguma, ainda por cima um Veleiro com origens Alemãs............era ouro sobre azul, vai na volta ainda alguém se lembra de propor a troca da sagres por duas F125........... :G-beer2: :G-beer2: :G-beer2: :G-beer2:  e uns quatro lynx para compor o ramalhete !!!!
 

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Re: Marinha Alemã (BundesMarine)
« Responder #69 em: Abril 21, 2017, 07:16:14 pm »
German F 125 frigate tests RAM, Harpoon missiles


https://navaltoday.com/2017/04/21/video-german-f-125-frigate-tests-ram-harpoon-missiles/

The German Navy recently shared a video of its giant 7,000-ton frigate FGS Baden-Württemberg conducting further firing tests.

This is the second video of the lead ship of a new class of F 125 frigates firing its weapons in the North Sea’s Helgoland shooting range.

The previous one showed the Baden-Württemberg testing its guns and close-in weapon systems.

This time, we are treated to the frigate’s RAM and Harpoon missile firings. The RAM (short for Rolling Airframe Missile) is guided missile weapon system used for ship self-defense. The Harpoon is an over-the-horizon, anti-ship missile system.

Firings of the RAM start at 2:00 while fast forwarding to 3:50 of the video will bring you to a cool slow motion of the Harpoon missile launch. The frigate’s crew launched a total of four RAM and one Harpoon missile during this test.

With this test, the Baden-Württemberg certified her weapon systems and is now set for further functional tests before being officially transferred to the German Navy this summer.

F 125 frigates are a new class of ships set to replace the eight Bremen-Class frigates currently in service with the German Navy.

The four frigates are comparable to destroyers in size and are, with a length of 149 meters and a displacement of 7000 tonnes, the biggest operational ships in the German Navy.

According to the German Navy, the new frigates require only half the crew necessary to operate the Bremen-Class frigates. They will be able to stay at sea for up to 24 months and thereby reduce the transit times for the crews. The crews will swap in regular intervals directly in the areas of operations which means that the ships will have to make fewer port visits.

Eu pergunto o que vaõ fazer a estas três fragatas ?????

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sachsen-class_frigate

Vaõ ficar com elas e com a class 123 também ????
Sim,............. eu sei que as guarnições são maiores que as das VdG, e que são de 2003/2004/2006 !!!


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Re: Marinha Alemã (BundesMarine)
« Responder #70 em: Abril 21, 2017, 07:37:17 pm »
As F123 serão substituídas dentro de alguns anos, mas as F124 são para manter por muitos e bons anos, já que são as únicas fragatas de defesa aérea que os alemães dispõem (as F125 são muito limitadas nesta vertente).
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Re: Marinha Alemã (BundesMarine)
« Responder #71 em: Abril 21, 2017, 11:40:24 pm »
Parece que a ideia era as F-125 virem substituir as F-122 da classe BREMEN, pelo menos a acreditar na Wikipedia. Faz sentido por as F-122 serem as mais antigas da marinha alemã (1982-1990). Parece que neste momento já só têm 3 navios operacionais desta classe.

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Re: Marinha Alemã (BundesMarine)
« Responder #72 em: Abril 29, 2017, 06:33:56 pm »
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Re: Marinha Alemã (BundesMarine)
« Responder #73 em: Maio 14, 2017, 08:13:11 pm »
German Navy’s new frigates have a listing problem: Report


FGS Baden-Württenberg entering Wilhelmshaven navy base, Germany. Photo: Bundeswehr/Dennis Kramer

German Navy’s new class of F125 frigates are overweight and keep listing to starboard, Reuters reported on May 12, quoting a confidential report.

Overall four frigates will be built by ThyssenKrupp and Luerssen with the first three already in water.

The lead ship in the class is wrapping up combat system trials and is set for a 2017 commissioning, while the second one recently completed the first set of builder’s trials.

According to the confidential annex to a regular German defense ministry report Reuters cited, the frigates are overweight and list 1.3 degrees to starboard.

German defense ministry did not confirm the report adding that the frigates remained on track “speaking in general terms”, according to Reuters.

The German Navy on multiple occasions shared videos of the FGS Baden-Württemberg, the lead ship in the class, but has never mentioned issues with the listing.

The four F125 frigates will replace the eight frigates of the F122-class, which will be gradually decommissioned. The ships were specifically designed for contemporary and future tasks of the German navy. The traditional duties of state-defense were broadened to encompass conflict prevention, crisis response as well as international intervention and stabilization operations.

By the end of the decade, the four ships will be operated by a total of eight crews with a total of 120 personnel each. The German Navy refers to this as the multiple-crew model where the eight crews will be operating as a closed team on a rotation principle.

The frigates are comparable to destroyers in size and are, with a length of 149 meters and a displacement of 7000 tonnes, the biggest operational ships in the German Navy.

https://navaltoday.com/2017/05/14/german-navys-new-frigates-have-a-listing-problem-report/

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Re: Marinha Alemã (BundesMarine)
« Responder #74 em: Maio 15, 2017, 04:08:56 pm »
As fragatas da antiga classe João Belo da MGP também tinham esse problema. Quando atestadas adornavam para estibordo.
Mandem estas para cá que nós temos know how para as utilizarmos sem qualquer problema.

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