Austrália escolhe a Navantia (3 F-100 + 2 BPE)

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Austrália escolhe a Navantia (3 F-100 + 2 BPE)
« em: Junho 20, 2007, 09:58:40 am »
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Ship contract boon for Melbourne


Department Of Defence in Canberra today Mr Howard casts an eye over a model of a frigate to be built in Australia.
Photo: Glen Mccurtayne


June 20, 2007 - 11:13AM

Australia is to buy three Spanish-designed warships and two large Spanish landing ships, Prime Minister John Howard has confirmed.

As reported in The Age today, Melbourne will benefit most, with the superstructure and fitout on the massive warships to be completed at the Williamstwown shipyards, creating 500 jobs and a $500 million economic boost.

Mr Howard said the navy would be equipped with three Navantia F100 air warfare destroyers worth a total of $8 billion.

To be Australia's most advanced and expensive warships, they will enter service from 2013.

And in another win for Spain, the Australian navy will be equipped with two 27,000 tonne Navantia landing ships at a cost of about $3 billion.

Mr Howard said the purchases would add significantly to Australia's military capability.

In the case of the Navantia-designed amphibious landing ships, they would also help with disaster relief efforts.

"They will greatly enhance Australia's ability to send forces in strength when required, particularly in our own region but not, of course, restricted to our own region," he told reporters.

"(It) will, of course, include a capacity to send forces and men and women and materials in relation to disaster relief efforts.

"They will be able to land over 1000 personnel along with their vehicles - the new M1 Abrams tanks, artillery and supplies, and using integrated helicopters and water craft."

Mr Howard said about a quarter of the construction work on the landing ships would take place in Australia, generating about 600 jobs.

"The superstructure will be constructed and the majority of the fitout will be completed in Melbourne with an estimated value of about $500 million," Mr Howard said.

"The majority of the combat system design and integration work will take place in Adelaide and the value of that work will be up to about $100 million."

Mr Howard said the Navantia destroyers had been selected as the "next generation air warfare destroyer" for the Royal Australian Navy.

The three Spanish-designed ships would be delivered in 2014, 2016, and 2017, he said.

"This does represent a massive lift in the Royal Australian Navy air warfare capability," Mr Howard said.

"These vessels will be able to perform the full spectrum of joint maritime operations."

He said the vessels would be equipped with the most capable air combat system in the world.

The destroyers will be assembled in Adelaide by an alliance between navy shipbuilder ASC, the Defence Materiel Organisation and mission systems company Raytheon, he said.

Australian industry will provide around 55 per cent of content and about 3,000 Australians across the country will be employed.

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http://www.theage.com.au/news/national/ ... 60495.html
"[Os portugueses são]um povo tão dócil e tão bem amestrado que até merecia estar no Jardim Zoológico"
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« Responder #1 em: Junho 20, 2007, 10:27:21 am »
Unha pequena corrección sobre o artigo: O que imos construir para Australia non son F-100, senón super-F100. Son buques de 7.000 toneladas, non de 6.000 como as F-100. Ó final, serán moi parecidas, pero un pouco maiores, con maior capacidade de disparo nos VLS e un hangar maior.

Os BPE sí serán semellantes ó español, pero tamén quizáis con algunhas pequenas modificacións internas para facelos xa desde o principio receptores dos F-35B, e non como o español, que é ambivalente Harrier/F-35...

E ademáis vendemos todo o pacote, fragatas e LHD´s...chegou o nadal a Galicia...

De tódolos xeitos, Navantia acaba de pegar un campanazo mundial...Xa vendemos fragatas, portaavións, LHD´s, submarinos. E mentres os franceses teñen que andar corrompendo a medio mundo para colocarlle DCN a dictaduras, nós vendemos fragatas a potencias democráticas...un gran día para Ferrol, sí señor... f2x2x
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« Responder #2 em: Junho 20, 2007, 10:31:03 am »
:roll:  :roll:
"[Os portugueses são]um povo tão dócil e tão bem amestrado que até merecia estar no Jardim Zoológico"
-Dom Januário Torgal Ferreira, Bispo das Forças Armadas
 

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« Responder #3 em: Junho 20, 2007, 10:35:14 am »
Parabens.
Bom para a Espanha e bom para a Galiza.
Os américas devem estar verdes.
Os noruegueses também devem estar verdes.
Cumprimentos,
 

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« Responder #4 em: Junho 20, 2007, 10:36:31 am »
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Parabens.
Bom para a Espanha e bom para a Galiza.
Os américas devem estar verdes.
Os noruegueses também devem estar verdes.

Cumprimentos,


será da tinta.... :wink:
"[Os portugueses são]um povo tão dócil e tão bem amestrado que até merecia estar no Jardim Zoológico"
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« Responder #5 em: Junho 20, 2007, 11:09:58 am »
Excelentes notícias para a Galiza. E para a Austrália que fica muito bem servida.
"Portugal civilizou a Ásia, a África e a América. Falta civilizar a Europa"

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« Responder #6 em: Junho 20, 2007, 11:11:11 am »
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:evil: enquanto isso, nos ENVC....



 :roll:




 :wink:
"Portugal civilizou a Ásia, a África e a América. Falta civilizar a Europa"

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« Responder #7 em: Junho 20, 2007, 11:26:52 am »
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:evil: enquanto isso, nos ENVC....



 :roll:



 :?:  :roll:
"[Os portugueses são]um povo tão dócil e tão bem amestrado que até merecia estar no Jardim Zoológico"
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« Responder #8 em: Junho 20, 2007, 11:36:56 am »
Foi para mostrar as barbas que eu a coloquei. c34x
"Portugal civilizou a Ásia, a África e a América. Falta civilizar a Europa"

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« Responder #9 em: Junho 20, 2007, 01:56:28 pm »
boas

Não sejam pessimistas, eu passei pelos estaleiros navais de viana do castelo, e pude ver os nossos NPOs, e eles ja tem alguns equipamentos instalados, como o guincho e os radares, a peça de artilharia é que ainda não vi nada :cry:

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"Que todo o mundo seja «Portugal», isto é, que no mundo toda a gente se comporte como têm comportado os portugueses na história"
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« Responder #10 em: Junho 20, 2007, 02:06:23 pm »
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boas

Não sejam pessimistas, eu passei pelos estaleiros navais de viana do castelo, e pude ver os nossos NPOs, e eles ja tem alguns equipamentos instalados, como o guincho e os radares, a peça de artilharia é que ainda não vi nada :roll:
"[Os portugueses são]um povo tão dócil e tão bem amestrado que até merecia estar no Jardim Zoológico"
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« Responder #11 em: Junho 20, 2007, 03:24:26 pm »
Este contrato sin duda alguna tambien traera contraprestaciones por parte Australiana.

El precedente es el caso de Noruega  y España a comprado unas cuantas baterias Nasams y misiles Penguin

¿que vendra de Australia?
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« Responder #12 em: Junho 20, 2007, 03:28:13 pm »
A construção será repartida entre Espanha e Austrália

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Australian Navy to get new warships
Wednesday Jun 20 19:49 AEST
Australia's navy will get new, advanced, Spanish-designed air warfare destroyers and large landing ships at a cost of as much as $11 billion.

The federal government says every state will win hundreds of millions of dollars of defence work in the lead up to this year's election.

Announcing the winners of the contracts to build three air warfare destroyers and two landing ships, the government revealed $4.5 billion of the $11 billion total cost would be spent across Australia, providing work to 1,000 contractors and creating some 3,600 jobs.

The costs are significantly greater than original estimates, which were $4.5-6 billion for the destroyers (now $8 billion) and $2 billion for the landing ships (now $3 billion).

Defence Minister Brendan Nelson said the advanced air warfare destroyers (AWDs) and large landing ships, all Spanish-designed, were vital for Australia's defence capability and economic security.

The landing ships would also enable Australia to move more than 1,000 troops, tanks and helicopters to crisis spots in the region.

Most of the three destroyers, based on the Navantia F100 now in service with the Spanish navy, will be constructed in module form at shipyards around Australia, and then assembled at the South Australian plant of ASC, formerly the Australian Submarine Corporation.

Two new landing ships - versions of Navantia's 27,000 tonne strategic projection ship - will be fitted out with superstructure and other systems in Australia, with most of the work going to the Melbourne shipyard of defence company Tenix.

The government's decision is a significant win for Spain's shipbuilding industry, which will construct the hulls of the two landing ships and parts of the air warfare destroyers.

But there will be plenty of work in Australia too.

"There will be up to $700 million worth of work in Victoria and almost $700 million worth of work in NSW," Dr Nelson said.

"Cairns and southern Brisbane will share in almost $250 million in work. There will be $2 billion worth of work for South Australia, $200 million for Western Australia, and in Tasmania almost $75 million worth of work."

State premiers welcomed the injection of funds, but NSW Premier Morris Iemma accused the federal coalition of using the lucrative project to try to hold on to marginal seats.

Mr Iemma, hoping a rival bidder could have brought a bigger slice of the project to NSW, said it was a blow to the Hunter region and Sydney shipbuilders.

Dr Nelson said the new landing ships, protected by the new AWDs, could carry more equipment and more soldiers more quickly into the region, allowing Australia to better participate in security missions, peacekeeping, and disaster relief.

"These ships will reshape not only the Royal Australian Navy but the Australian Defence Force for the next 40 years," he said.

Prime Minister John Howard said the government had opted for Spanish-designed vessels, over US and French rivals, after vigorous and protracted examinations and debate.

He was confident the government had made the right decision that would provide the best value for money.

The three Navantia F100 destroyers, costing up to $8 billion, will be equipped with the US Aegis electronic combat system.

But also integrated will be electronic systems produced in Australia by the local subsidiary of US company Raytheon.

The two landing ships will cost $3 billion.

Opposition defence spokesman Joel Fitzgibbon said Labor supported the plan to buy the ships but was concerned that costs were already on the way up.

"We are justifiably concerned that the cost of both ship projects has already risen considerably over the original estimate, from a total of $8 billion for both projects to a massive $11 billion," he said in a statement.

"The cost blow-out represents an increase of almost 38 per cent and is consistent with the government's form in defence procurement projects in recent years."


©AAP 2007



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« Responder #13 em: Junho 20, 2007, 03:29:38 pm »
Talvez... pranchas de surf e australianas :lol:
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PS: parabéns a Navantia pelo negocio
"Se serviste a patria e ela te foi ingrata, tu fizestes o que devias, ela o que costuma"
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« Responder #14 em: Junho 20, 2007, 03:53:13 pm »
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Talvez... pranchas de surf e australianas :lol:
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PS: parabéns a Navantia pelo negocio


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