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Re: Notícias (Forças Aéreas/Sistemas de Armas)
« Responder #1190 em: Maio 07, 2019, 01:16:53 pm »
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the U.S. State Department has approved a possible $750 million sale of various weapons to support Bahrain F-16 aircraft fleet, the Pentagon said on Friday after notifying Congress of the certification.

The Defense Security Cooperation Agency said the State Department had approved the sale of
32 AIM-120C-7 AMRAAM missiles;
1 AIM-120C-7 AMRAAM guidance section;
32 AIM-9X missiles;
20 AGM-84 Block II Harpoon missiles;
2 ATM-84L-1 Block II Harpoon missiles;
40 AGM-154 Joint Standoff Weapon (JSOW) All-Up-Rounds;
50 AGM-88B High-Speed Anti-Radiation Missiles (HARM);
4 AGM-88 HARM training missiles;
100 GBU-39 250 lb Small Diameter Bomb (SDB-1) All-Up-Rounds;
400 MAU-209 C/B Computer Control Groups (GBU-10, -12);
80 MAU-210 Enhanced Computer Control Groups (GBU-49, -50);
340 MXU-650 Air Foil Group (GBU-12, -49);
140 MXU-651 Air Foil Groups (GBU-10, -50);
70 KMU-557 GBU-31 tail kits (GBU-31 JDAM, GBU-56 JDAM);
120 KMU-572 tail kits (GBU-38, -54);
100 DSU-38 proximity sensors (GBU-54);
462 MK-82 or BLU-111 500 lb Bomb Bodies;
210 BLU-109/BLU-117 or MK-84 2000 lb Bomb Bodies;
10 practice BLU-109/BLU-117;
670 FMU-152 fuses.

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https://defence-blog.com/news/bahrain-to-buy-various-weapons-to-support-its-f-16-aircraft-fleet.html
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Re: Notícias (Forças Aéreas/Sistemas de Armas)
« Responder #1195 em: Maio 24, 2019, 12:23:56 pm »
Elbit BrightNite Declared Operational by NATO Force

Elbit Systems’ BrightNite visualisation system has been declared operational on PUMA330 helicopters by the air force of a NATO member state, the company announced on 22 May. User feedback has been extremely positive, with pilots emphasising the system’s contribution to degraded visibility environment (DVE) flight conditions and describing it as a “game-changer” and “a breakthrough in pitch dark night flight.”



Low flying helicopters are vulnerable to threats such as hostile fire and obstacles including difficult terrain and utility wires. In addition, sorties must often be carried out in DVE conditions, adding to the already heavy workload and leaving flight crews to rely on night vision goggles to accomplish their mission. BrightNite is designed to overcome visibility limitations and enable to safe and efficient mission execution in pitch dark and DVE conditions, including poor weather, brownouts, whiteouts and sandstorms.

BrightNite transmits high-resolution video to the helmet-mounted display, allowing pilots to fly in a head-up, eyes-out position. The system processes real-time panoramic video as well as pre-loaded terrain and obstacle information, enhanced by a 3D conformal and intuitive symbology. The system uses unified location-based information culled from a wide field-of-view to display crystal clear images, regardless of visibility conditions. BrightNite can present information to multiple pilots simultaneously on an intuitive multi-functional display.

https://www.monch.com/mpg/news/ew-c4i-channel/5511-elbit-brightnite-operational.html

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Re: Notícias (Forças Aéreas/Sistemas de Armas)
« Responder #1197 em: Maio 28, 2019, 04:13:30 pm »
Airbus showcases H160M for French armed forces

https://www.janes.com/article/88784/airbus-showcases-h160m-for-french-armed-forces

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Airbus Helicopters showcased a mock-up of the H160M that it has developed for the French armed forces' Joint Light Helicopter (Hélicoptère Interarmées Léger: HIL) programme on 27 May.

The full-scale model was revealed during an event at the company's Marignane production facility. During this event French defence secretary Florence Parly announced that the formal launch of the HIL programme, which will see 169 helicopters delivered to the country's three armed forces, has been brought forward from 2022 to 2021. This earlier start to the programme will see the first helicopters delivered in 2026.

Under the HIL programme, the H160M will replace all helicopter types in the French military except for the NHIndustries NH90, Airbus Helicopters Tiger, and Airbus Helicopters H225M Caracal. The army will be the largest customer with 80, with the navy getting 49 and the air force 40.

Dubbed Guépard (Cheetah), the H160M is derived from the civil variant of the helicopter that was developed from the X4 and first launched at the Heli-Expo show in Florida in 2015. The H160 is billed as a 160 kt-capable helicopter that can carry 12 passengers at distances of up to 120 n miles (222 km) (or a 450 n mile range with 20-minute reserve for tasks such as search and rescue). Development of the helicopter began in 2013 and the configuration was finalised in 2015.

According to Airbus, the H160 is set apart from other helicopters by cutting-edge technologies. These include the noise-reducing and performance-enhancing Blue Edge main rotors designed to cut the noise signature by 50% (3 dB) and increase the lift capacity by 100 kg compared with conventional blades. The main rotor assembly is centred on the Spheriflex bearingless main rotor hub, which reduces weight and increases damage tolerance.


A mock-up of the H160M helicopter that has been developed for the French armed forces' HIL programme. Source: Airbus Helicopters
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