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Re: Marinha Francesa
« Responder #150 em: Julho 13, 2016, 08:49:10 pm »
Video de homenagem ao SEM. Concordo que não é um avião que ganhasse nenhum concurso de beleza, mas eles não são construidos para isso lol, mas para combate, e o super etendard fez o seu trabalho, e veterano de guerras, há aviões que vão para a reforma sem nunca terem sido postos à prova.


O argentinos amam este avião. E com justiça, pois foi graças a ele (e ao míssil exocet)  que os "argies" conseguiram empreender uma das maiores façanhas da história da aviação aeronaval.
 

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Re: Marinha Francesa
« Responder #151 em: Julho 13, 2016, 09:11:28 pm »
 

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Re: Marinha Francesa
« Responder #152 em: Julho 23, 2016, 03:42:47 pm »


França envia porta-aviões "Charles de Gaulle" para combater Daesh
 

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Re: Marinha Francesa
« Responder #153 em: Agosto 23, 2016, 05:33:06 pm »
OPV set for October delivery

23rd August 2016 - 12:30  by Richard Thomas in London 

French shipbuilders OCEA launched a Type 190 Mk2 OPV last month and the vessel, destined for an as yet unnamed West African country, is currently being fitted out ahead of a future delivery.

The vessel was floating at the Les Sables d’Olonne facility on 21 July following the awarding in 2013 of a contract to purchase an ocean capable patrol vessel to monitor national EEZ. OCEA themselves specialise in the design and construction of aluminium-hulled patrol vessels up to 85m in length.

The Type 190 Mk2 is powered by two MTU 16V 4000 engines with twin-fixed propellers, in addition to a bow thruster, and is capable of 24kt at full load. At 58m in length the vessel and 24-person crew can stay at sea for up to three weeks and embark a further 32 passengers.



The multi-purpose vessel is capable of maritime police and patrol missions, fisheries surveillance, counter smuggling and trafficking, SAR and multilateral exercises at sea.

Due to enter service with the navy of a West Africa country, the contract for OCEA followed a restricted international consultation challenging Chinese and French shipyards for the programme.

A senior OCEA official told Shephard that progress on the vessel was ‘in accordance with the agreed timetable’ and will be delivered in October this year.

The waters off the western coast of Africa remain dangerous for merchant traffic transiting the region or loitering at anchorages. Numerous instances of piracy or robbery at sea have hit the region in recent years, although countries are putting resources into the training of naval and coast guard personnel and procuring new platforms.

Meanwhile, exactEarth has recently been selected by the Fisheries Commission (West Africa Fisheries Programme) – an agency of the Ministry of Fisheries and Aquaculture Development (MOFAD) in Ghana – for the provision of satellite AIS and small vessel tracking solutions.

The contract has been valued at up to $2 million for a 12-month period to enable Ghana to acquire the capability to monitor its coastlines and deter illegal fishing.

Along with a comprehensive satellite AIS data feed, exactEarth will provide MOFAD with 450 Class B AIS transceivers to be installed on inshore fishing vessels which will be tracked via satellite utilising the exactTrax small vessel tracking technology.

Earth ShipView will be upgraded to include a SOS alerting facility in an effort to support Ghana’s government and its SOLAS initiative. The company will work with an in-country partner and academic institutions to provide vessel movement analysis.

https://www.shephardmedia.com/news/imps-news/opv-delivery-set-october/

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Re: Marinha Francesa
« Responder #154 em: Agosto 23, 2016, 05:53:36 pm »
Que armamento vai ter este NPO? 75 ou 127mm? 8)
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Re: Marinha Francesa
« Responder #155 em: Agosto 23, 2016, 06:09:34 pm »
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Re: Marinha Francesa
« Responder #156 em: Agosto 23, 2016, 07:16:07 pm »
Que armamento vai ter este NPO? 75 ou 127mm? 8)

Penso que será uma 30mm !


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Re: Marinha Francesa
« Responder #157 em: Agosto 24, 2016, 03:49:57 pm »
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DEFENCE
Our French submarine builder in massive leak scandal

http://www.theaustralian.com.au/national-affairs/defence/our-french-submarine-builder-in-massive-leak-scandal/news-story/3fe0d25b7733873c44aaa0a4d42db39e

The French company that won the bid to design Australia’s new $50 billion submarine fleet has suffered a massive leak of secret documents, raising fears about the future security of top-secret data on the navy’s future fleet.

The stunning leak, which runs to 22,400 pages and has been seen by The Australian, details the ­entire secret combat capability of the six Scorpene-class submarines that French shipbuilder DCNS has designed for the Indian Navy.

A variant of the same French-designed Scorpene is also used by the navies of Malaysia, Chile and, from 2018, Brazil, so news of the Edward Snowden-sized leak — ­revealed today — will trigger alarm at the highest level in these countries. Marked “Restricted Scorpene India”, the DCNS documents ­detail the most sensitive combat capabilities of India’s new $US3 bn ($3.9bn) submarine fleet and would provide an ­intelligence bonanza if obtained by India’s strategic rivals, such as Pakistan or China.

The leak will spark grave concern in Australia and especially in the US where senior navy officials have privately expressed fears about the security of top-secret data entrusted to France.

In April DCNS, which is two-thirds owned by the French government, won the hotly contested bid over Germany and Japan to design 12 new submarines for Australia. Its proposed submarine for Australia — the yet-to-be-built Shortfin Barracuda — was chosen ahead of its rivals because it was considered to be the quietest in the water, making it perfectly suited to intelligence-gathering operations against China and others in the ­region.

Any stealth advantage for the navy’s new submarines would be gravely compromised if data on its planned combat and performance capabilities was leaked in the same manner as the data from the ­Scorpene. The leaked DCNS data details the secret stealth capabilities of the six new Indian submarines, including what frequencies they gather intelligence at, what levels of noise they make at various speeds and their diving depths, range and endurance — all sensitive information that is highly classified. The data tells the submarine crew where on the boat they can speak safely to avoid ­detection by the enemy. It also discloses magnetic, electromagnetic and infra-red data as well as the specifications of the submarine’s torpedo launch system and the combat system.

MORE: Can French keep a secret?

It details the speed and conditions needed for using the periscope, the noise specifications of the propeller and the radiated noise levels that occur when the submarine surfaces.

The data seen by The Australian includes 4457 pages on the submarine’s underwater sensors, 4209 pages on its above-water sensors, 4301 pages on its combat management system, 493 pages on its torpedo launch system and specifications, 6841 pages on the sub’s communications system and 2138 on its navigation systems.

The Australian has chosen to redact sensitive information from the documents.

Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull said it was important to note the submarine DCNS was building for India was a completely different model to the one it will build for Australia and the leaked information was a few years out of date. Nevertheless, any leak of classified information was a concern.

“We have the highest security protections on all of our defence information, whether it is in partnership with other countries or entirely within Australia,” he told the Seven Network today.

“But clearly, it is a reminder that, particularly in this digital world, cyber security is of critical importance.”

Influential senator Nick Xenophon said he would pursue the security breach when parliament returns next week.

Senator Xenophon, who leads a bloc of three senators, said Australia needed serious explanations from DCNS, the federal government and the Defence Department about any implications for Australia.

“This is really quite disastrous to have thousands of pages of your combat system leaked in this way,” the senator told ABC radio.

Sea trials for the first of India’s six Scorpene submarines began in May. The project is running four years behind schedule.

The Indian Navy has boasted that its Scorpene submarines have superior stealth features, which give them a major advantage against other submarines.

The US will be alarmed by the leak of the DCNS data because Australia hopes to install an American combat system — with the latest US stealth technology — in the French Shortfin Barracuda.

If Washington does not feel confident that its “crown jewels’’ of stealth technology can be protected, it may decline to give Australia its state-of-the-art combat system.

DCNS yesterday sought to ­reassure Australians that the leak of the data on the Indian Scorpene submarine would not happen with its proposed submarine for Australia. The company also implied — but did not say directly — that the leak might have occurred at India’s end, rather than from France. “Uncontrolled technical data is not possible in the Australian ­arrangements,” the company said. “Multiple and independent controls exist within DCNS to prevent unauthorised access to data and all data movements are encrypted and recorded. In the case of India, where a DCNS design is built by a local company, DCNS is the provider and not the controller of technical data.

“In the case of Australia, and unlike India, DCNS is both the provider and in-country controller of technical data for the full chain of transmission and usage over the life of the submarines.”

However, The Australian has been told that the data on the Scorpene was written in France for India in 2011 and is suspected of being removed from France in that same year by a former French Navy officer who was at that time a DCNS subcontractor.

The data is then believed to have been taken to a company in Southeast Asia, possibly to assist in a commercial venture for a ­regional navy.

It was subsequently passed by a third party to a second company in the region before being sent on a data disk by regular mail to a company in Australia. It is unclear how widely the data has been shared in Asia or whether it has been obtained by foreign ­intelligence agencies.

The data seen by The Australian also includes separate confidential DCNS files on plans to sell French frigates to Chile and the French sale of the Mistral-class amphibious assault ship carrier to Russia. These DCNS projects have no link to India, which adds weight to the probability that the data files were removed from DCNS in France.

DCNS Australia this month signed a deed of agreement with the Defence Department, ­paving the way for talks over the contract which will guide the design phase of the new ­submarines. The government plans to build 12 submarines in Adelaide to replace the six-boat Collins-class fleet from the early 2030s. The Shortfin Barracuda will be a slightly shorter, conventionally powered version of France’s new fleet of Barracuda-class nuclear submarines.

Defence Industry Minister Christopher Pyne said his officials believed the leak had “no bearing” on the Australia’s submarine program.

“The Future Submarine Program operates under stringent security requirements that govern the manner in which all information and technical data is managed now and into the future,” Mr Pyne’s office said in a statement.

“The same requirements apply to the protection of all sensitive information and technical data for the Collins class submarines, and have operated successfully for decades.”

Restricted data

The secret information the leaked documents reveal:

• The stealth capabilities of the six new Indian Scorpene submarines

• The frequencies at which the subs gather intelligence

• The levels of noise the subs make at various speeds

• Diving depths, range and endurance

• Magnetic, electromagnetic and infra-red data

• Specifications of the submarine’s torpedo launch system and the combat system

• Speed and conditions needed for using the periscope

• Propeller’s noise specifications

• Radiated noise levels when the submarine surfaces


View the leaked documents below. If you are using a mobile device, you can view the extracts on the desktop version of theaustralian.com.au

Secret submarine document one

Secret submarine document two

Secret submarine document three

Additional reporting: Jared Owens, AAP
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Re: Marinha Francesa
« Responder #158 em: Agosto 24, 2016, 05:40:36 pm »

Indian Scorpene-class-submarine "Kalvari"

France's DCNS says India submarine data leak may be "economic warfare"

http://www.reuters.com/article/us-france-submarines-india-australia-idUSKCN10Z04G

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French naval contractor DCNS said on Wednesday it may have been the victim of "economic warfare" after secrets about its Scorpene submarines being built in India were leaked. (...)

Asked if the leak could affect other contracts, a company spokesman said it had come against a difficult commercial backdrop and that corporate espionage could be to blame.

"Competition is getting tougher and tougher, and all means can be used in this context", she said. "There is India, Australia and other projects, and other countries could raise legitimate questions over DCNS. It's part of the tools in economic warfare".

DCNS, which is also vying for submarine contracts in Norway and Poland, beat German's ThyssenKrupp AG and a Japanese-government backed bid by Mitzubishi Heavy Industries in Australia. (...)



 

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Re: Marinha Francesa
« Responder #159 em: Agosto 24, 2016, 05:50:55 pm »
Tudo bem, DCNS, até que pode ter sido sabotagem por parte da concorrência, mas não será mais provável que tenha sido incompetência e estupidez humana?

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However, The Australian has been told that the data on the Scorpene was written in France for India in 2011 and is suspected of being removed from France in that same year by a former French Navy officer who was at that time a DCNS subcontractor.

The data is then believed to have been taken to a company in Southeast Asia, possibly to assist in a commercial venture for a ­regional navy.

It was subsequently passed by a third party to a second company in the region before being sent on a data disk by regular mail to a company in Australia. It is unclear how widely the data has been shared in Asia or whether it has been obtained by foreign ­intelligence agencies.
Basicamente um trabalhador/wannabe-boy pegou na informação e nos dados e levou-os para o seu próximo emprego. Isso acontece com uma frequência assustadora e o que interessa são os interesses individuais e do pessoal e não os nacionais. Não é surpresa nenhuma que os dados ao andarem de mão em mão tenham saído cá para fora para todo o mundo ver.

Cumprimentos,
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Re: Marinha Francesa
« Responder #160 em: Setembro 06, 2016, 07:41:45 am »
The French Navy Admits B2M “d’Entrecasteaux”, First of Four New OPVs, to Adctive Duty

Source: French Navy; issued Sept 01, 2016


D’Entrecasteaux is the first in a class of four new multi-mission offshore patrol vessels built to commercial shipping standards, and is intended for non-combat missions in France’s overseas possessions. (French Navy photo)

The Navy is modernizing. It is renewing its capabilities. Today, I signed the statement admitting to active duty the Batiment Multi-Mission (B2M) “d’Entrecasteaux,” home-ported in Nouméa, in New Caledonia.

 The B2M “d’Entrecasteaux” is intended to patrol, monitor and protect France’s national interests in the Exclusive Economic Zone of New Caledonia and the Wallis-et-Futuna islands, and to ensure territorial maritime defense and surveillance of protected maritime areas.

 On August 31, the Bâtiment Multi-Mission (B2M) d'Entrecasteaux was admitted to active duty by Admiral Prazuck, chief of staff of the Marine nationale. Lead ship of a class that will comprise four ships, it is now considered suitable to carry out all of its intended missions by the French navy.

 The D'Entrecasteaux reached its home port of Nouméa, the capital of the French Pacific territory of New Caledonia.

 The Bâtiments Multi-Missions (B2M) are 65 meters long, and are multipurpose vessels intended for sovereignty missions in France’s foreign dependencies. They will partially replace the Bâtiments de Transport Léger (BATRAL) light transport vessels until the arrival of their intended successor, the BATSIMAR program.

 The B2M ships illustrate the French Navy’s modernization. They benefit from the latest technological advances and will be manned by two crews of 20 officers and ratings which will alternate every four months. The will thus be able to remain at sea for a remarkable 250 days at sea every year.

 When they all enter service, the four B2Ms will be home-ported in New Caledonia, French Polynesia, La Reunion in the south-western Indian Ocean and the French Caribbean.

http://www.w54.biz/showthread.php?1588-OPV-s-and-other-such/page16

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Re: Marinha Francesa
« Responder #161 em: Setembro 18, 2016, 11:47:16 am »


Foreign escorts for carrier battle group Arromanches

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The battlefield group will be operating against Daesh under a fortnight at the eastern Mediterranean. The foreign vessels will be part and are in Toulon since a week. The German frigate F213 Augsburg (a type of frigate 122 ) and a US guided missile destroyer of the Arleigh Burke class, the DDG-71 Ross..

The frigate Augsburg (already deployed on the previous mandate Arromanches) is oriented primarily for the antisubmarine warfare, but it can also be used for air defense missions. She embarks Sea Sparrows missiles and RAM, as well as anti-ship Harpoon. A Sea Lynx is now on board, the two that can hold the helicopter hangar.

Ross entered service in 1997 and employs 281 sailors.  She can fire Tomahawk missiles and surface to air SM-2, as well as anti-ship Harpoon. She can carry up to two Sea Hawkins.

For now, these two ships, with Charles de Güllen,  are the only components recognised by the Navy.  In addition, it is expected to join the battle group a BCR for refueling at sea, an air defense frigate, a multimillion FREMM frigate, a nuclear attack submarine and ATL-2


http://www.air-cosmos.com/les-etrangers-du-groupe-aeronaval-arromanches-82563#.V9wlLCW-Zx4.twitter
 

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Re: Marinha Francesa
« Responder #162 em: Setembro 20, 2016, 10:57:38 am »


Timelapse: Construção da corvette Gowind em Lorient
 

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Re: Marinha Francesa
« Responder #163 em: Setembro 29, 2016, 04:54:44 pm »

Uma fotografaria rara do CDG com o seu grupo d' Aviação naval completo.
 

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Re: Marinha Francesa
« Responder #164 em: Outubro 13, 2016, 10:26:47 am »
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