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Re: Marinha Francesa
« Responder #210 em: Outubro 11, 2020, 03:56:41 pm »
French Navy’s new FREMM frigate Alsace conducts 1st sea trials
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October 9, 2020, by Naida Hakirevic
Alsace, the first of two multi-mission air-defense frigates in the FREMM program being built for the French Navy, has carried out its first sea trials.

The newbuilding — which is also the seventh French frigate of the FREMM program — left the Naval Group site in Lorient, France, on 5 October 2020 for its first sea trials campaign.

https://www.navaltoday.com/2020/10/09/french-navys-fremm-frigate-alsace-conducts-1st-sea-trials/

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Re: Marinha Francesa
« Responder #211 em: Outubro 11, 2020, 04:05:29 pm »
O design do navio, pintado de branco, parece um iate.  :mrgreen:

Mas é notável a diferença entre os franceses e nós. Para responder à crise económica causada pela pandemia, eles continuam com os programas militares, nomeadamente a construção naval, talvez porque sabem que geram emprego e mantém o dinheiro a circular internamente (e os sempre podem gerar interesse internacional), por cá, nem o contrato para o resto dos NPOs assinam, mesmo sendo cá construídos. Mentalidades opostas.  ::)
 
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Re: Marinha Francesa
« Responder #212 em: Outubro 11, 2020, 08:31:58 pm »
Só avançavam com os NPOs se isso desse de mamar a alguma clientela...pelos vistos não deve ser o caso
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Re: Marinha Francesa
« Responder #213 em: Outubro 26, 2020, 07:35:05 am »
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Re: Marinha Francesa
« Responder #214 em: Novembro 23, 2020, 11:04:39 am »
https://www.naval.com.br/blog/2020/11/22/falcon-2000-albatros-para-a-marinha-francesa/

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SAINT-CLOUD, França — Durante uma visita à fábrica da Dassault Aviation em Seclin, no norte da França, a Ministra das Forças Armadas da França, Florence Parly, anunciou no dia 19 de novembro a próxima notificação do contrato para a Vigilância Marítima “Albatros” e Programa de aeronaves de intervenção (AVSIMAR), que será baseado no Dassault Aviation Falcon 2000LXS.





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Re: Marinha Francesa
« Responder #215 em: Dezembro 08, 2020, 06:08:51 pm »
Projeto do novo porta aviões anunciado hoje por Macron

https://mobile.twitter.com/navalnewscom/status/1336350256934637570
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Re: Marinha Francesa
« Responder #216 em: Dezembro 09, 2020, 08:09:53 am »
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Re: Marinha Francesa
« Responder #217 em: Março 30, 2021, 03:36:27 pm »

Naval Group gets deal for two more French Navy FDI frigates

March 30, 2021, by Naida Hakirevic

French defence contractor Naval Group has received an official order for two more FDI frigates by the French Defense Procurement Agency (DGA).

This was unveiled during a visit of the French Minister of the Armed Forces, Florence Parly, to Lorient on 29 March 2021.

As explained, the acceleration of the Frégate de défense et d’intervention (FDI) program will support the activity of the Naval Group site in Lorient where the frigates are designed and built, also ensuring the preservation of skills.

The two frigates – the second and third in a series of five – will both be delivered in 2025, whereas the original plan was to deliver them every 18 months. They will be named Amiral Louzeau and Amiral Castex, respectively.

The first FDI, Amiral Ronarc’h, for which construction work began in 2020, is scheduled for delivery in 2024.

With a tonnage of more than 4,200 tonnes and a length of 121 metres, the FDI frigates are based on a digital and scalable architecture built around Naval Group’s SETIS 3.0 combat management system.

They can conduct all the missions of modern navies (anti-air, anti-surface, anti-submarine warfare or special forces projection) and address new threats such as cyber attacks and asymmetric threats.

The FDI also benefits from advanced naval technologies including the latest Thales multi-function radar with active antenna and fixed panels as well as a fully digital electronic warfare system.

The FDI newbuilds will join the French Navy’s FREMM and Horizon-class frigates.



https://www.navaltoday.com/2021/03/30/naval-group-gets-deal-for-two-more-french-navy-fdi-frigates/
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Re: Marinha Francesa
« Responder #218 em: Abril 13, 2021, 07:12:02 am »
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« Responder #219 em: Abril 16, 2021, 03:40:26 pm »
France provides more details on next-generation aircraft carrier
by Jean-Marc Tanguy

France’s Armed Forces Ministry unveiled more details on the Porte-Avions de Nouvelle Génération (PANG) next-generation aircraft carrier during its weekly briefing on 8 April.


The PANG will have the capability to launch up to 60 fighter sorties a day. (Naval Group)

Assembly of the hull will be carried out in blocks at Chantiers de l'Atlantique in Saint-Nazaire, western France, between 2031 and 2034. The hull will then be fitted out in a basin between 2034 and 2036. A model of the hull is being tested in a lake in southern France after testing at an Armed Forces Ministry test centre in Val-de-Reuil, Normandy, where the United Kingdom also regularly carries out naval tests.

A naval Rafale M (Marine) will conduct tests with General Atomics’ Electromagnetic Aircraft Launch System (EMALS) in Lakehurst, New Jersey, before 2030. New Generation Fighter (NGF) tests will also be necessary when the aircraft is available. The PANG will have two or three EMALS.

The 70,000-tonne aircraft carrier will have the capability to launch up to 60 fighter sorties a day and have a week of ammunition for high-intensity operations. Five or six helicopters and two E-2D airborne early warning and control aircraft will also initially be involved in air operations. Unmanned aerial vehicles (UAVs) will be included at a later point as loyal wingmen to support NGFs, and the French Navy is also paying attention to US experiments with aerial-refuelling UAVs.

The crew will number 300 by 2033 and eventually 1,100. In addition, the PANG will accommodate 600 sailors of the air-naval group, 100 staff, and 200 reinforcements. Berthing compartments will accommodate no more than eight sailors each, compared with a maximum of 24 on the Charles de Gaulle aircraft carrier.

https://www.janes.com/defence-news/news-detail/france-provides-more-details-on-next-generation-aircraft-carrier
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« Responder #220 em: Abril 20, 2021, 01:54:12 pm »
19 APRIL 2021

Naval Group delivers first FREMM air-defence frigate to French Navy
by Kate Tringham

French shipbuilder Naval Group delivered France’s first Aquitaine-class FREMM multimission frigate enhanced with air-defence capabilities on 16 April.


lsace: the first of two FREMM DA frigates enhanced with air-defence capabilities. (Naval Group)

Alsace, which is the seventh of eight planned Aquitaine-class frigates, was handed over to the European defence procurement body Organisation for Joint Armament Co-operation (OCCAR) on behalf of the French procurement agency (DGA) during a ceremony held at the French Navy’s Toulon Naval Base in southern France.

Under the French Navy’s FREMM programme, the first six ships delivered by Naval Group were built as anti-submarine warfare (ASW) variants, while Alsace and eighth ship Lorraine are being built to a modified FREMM DA (défense aérienne) standard.

The FREMM DA frigates retain the core ASW sensor fit of the first six vessels, including the UMS 4110 CL hull-mounted sonar and CAPTAS-4 low-frequency active/passive variable depth sonar, but will not be equipped to fire the MdCN cruise missile.

The FREMM DA variant is instead equipped with four eight-cell Sylver A50 vertical launch systems in place of the A43/A70 short/long mix found on the ASW variants to accommodate up to 32 Aster 15/30 anti-air missiles.

Other notable changes include an extended-range variant of the Thales Herakles E/F-band multifunction radar, a Thales Nederland STIR EO MK 2 radar/electro-optical tracker, and Naval Group’s SETIS combat management system equipped with specific air-defence functions.

Under current planning, Lorraine is scheduled for delivery in the latter part of 2022.

https://www.janes.com/defence-news/news-detail/naval-group-delivers-first-fremm-air-defence-frigate-to-french-navy
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Re: Marinha Francesa
« Responder #221 em: Abril 29, 2021, 12:57:56 pm »
France Carries Out Unusual Ballistic Missile Test As American Spy Plane Looks On
French authorities have confirmed that the test involved an M51 submarine-launched ballistic missile fired from a land-based facility.
BY JOSEPH TREVITHICK APRIL 28, 2021



France says it successfully conducted a test launch of an M51 submarine-launched ballistic missile earlier today from a land-based site on the country's northwestern Bay of Biscay coastline. Online flight tracking software also showed a U.S. Air Force RC-135S Cobra Ball aircraft, which is specifically configured to gather intelligence about ballistic missile tests, flying near where the weapon's inert payload was expected to impact the Atlantic Ocean north of Bermuda. Warning notices ahead of this test had indicated certain peculiarities, as The War Zone explored earlier this week, which had prompted discussion about whether this might have been a test of a new M51 variant or even a hypersonic weapon.

The French Ministry of Armed Forces issued a statement on the launch on April 28, 2021, stressing that the missile was not carrying any live nuclear warheads at the time and that the impact area in the North Atlantic was "several hundred kilometers from any coast." The statement confirmed that the test was carried out from the DGA Essais de Missiles, the country's central ballistic missile test facility. It is very possible that the weapon was fired from a submerged platform there, which simulates a launch from a submarine and that has been used in previous M51 tests. France conducted another M51 test across the Atlantic last year, but fired the weapon from the Triomphant class ballistic missile submarine Le Téméraire.

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This test was carried out ... in strict compliance with France's international commitments," according to a translation of the French-language statement. "This shot, carried out as part of the M51 program, once again demonstrates the excellence of high technology that French industries are implementing in this field.

French authorities did not say what version of the M51 was fired in this particular instance. They also did not offer an explanation as to why the impact area, as defined in navigation warnings for mariners issued last week, was significantly offset from the ballistic trajectory otherwise outlined in those notices.

he unusual position of the impact area, combined with the use of a land-based test site, rather than one of the French Navy's four Triomphant class ballistic missile submarines, had also led some to wonder whether a first flight test of France's V-Max hypersonic weapon demonstrator, which is, by most accounts, an unpowered boost-glide vehicle design, might have been imminent. A key attribute of boost-glide vehicles as compared to more traditional ballistic missiles is their ability to make significant and unpredictable maneuvers while traveling along an atmospheric flight trajectory, which could have accounted for the offset path in this case. Beyond the French government's confirmation that this was a test was in support of the M51 program, there are no other indications that the missile was carrying any such payload in this instance.

The variants of the M51 that France has in service now are a Multiple Independently-targetable Reentry Vehicle (MIRV) design that can carry up to 10 individual warheads on a single payload bus, also referred to as a post-boost vehicle. These are then released, pointed at different targets, during the weapon's terminal stage of flight.

Deploying the reentry vehicles at an oblique angle could indicate a test of a new capability of some kind. France is in the process of developing a new M51.3 variant, which will have a greater range than existing versions, along with other improvements. At the same time, publicly available information suggests that flight tests of that design could still be years away.

The curious flight path could also be the product of more mundane factors. "This could be due to how close to the U.S. East Coast and shipping lanes that a nominal trajectory would take or because there is a specific aspect of their reentry-vehicles maneuverability or post-boost vehicle that they are testing," Scott LaFoy, Program Manager for National Security & Intelligence at Exiger Federal Solutions and an expert on missiles, space, and nuclear weapons technology, had told The War Zone earlier this week.

Whatever the case, the test appears to have been interesting enough for the United States to want to observe it. As was also the case during the M51 test in the Atlantic last year, a U.S. Air Force RC-135S Cobra Ball was tracked flying near the impact area.

The Cobra Balls, including the RC-135S with the serial number 62-4128 that was spotted operating near Bermuda, have various sensor systems that allow them to collect imagery of ballistic missile launches, or warheads returning to earth, as well as associated telemetry data and electronic intelligence.

There are only three Cobra Balls in service today, making them a very low-density asset that the U.S. Air Force has to deploy judiciously to meet intelligence collection demands around the world. It is also known that RC-135Ss have been used to gather information about missile tests carried out by U.S. allies and partners, as well as potential adversaries, as part of a standing intelligence-gathering operation nicknamed Olympic Titan.

One of the French Navy's Dassault Falcon 50 business jets, which are configured for maritime surveillance and patrol, was also spotted flying off the coast of the U.S. state of North Carolina, some 600 miles to the west of Bermuda, today. While we don't know for sure if this aircraft was involved in this missile test, another one of these jets was also present during the 2020 M51 launch. This plane would be well-suited to keeping an eye out for any aircraft or ships deliberately intruding or accidentally straying into the impact area.

The French Navy's missile range instrumentation ship Monge, which is configured to gather telemetry and other data about missile tests, including ballistic missile launches, was also spotted leaving Norfolk, Virginia earlier this month. While its unclear where that vessel is right now, it was also involved in the M51 test in the Atlantic last year.

Back in France, a French Air Force E-3F Sentry Airborne Warning And Control System (AWACS) aircraft was spotted flying an orbit to the north of the DGA Essais de Missiles facility. It would not be surprising that the French military would want to ensure that no unwanted guest flew into the launch area during the test.


Only time will tell now whether or not any additional information emerges about the exact reasons for the offset impact area, as well as the use of a land-based test site in this instance versus a Triomphant class ballistic missile submarine.

Contact the author: joe@thedrive.com

https://www.thedrive.com/the-war-zone/40365/frances-carries-out-unusual-ballistic-missile-test-as-an-american-spy-plane-looks-on


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Re: Marinha Francesa
« Responder #222 em: Maio 07, 2021, 07:56:17 am »


French Navy Launches ‘Marine Nationale’ Brand And E-Shop


The French Navy just launched its "Marine Nationale" brand and E-Store, in order to reinforce its brand recognition among the public.

Accessible to all, the www.boutique.marinenationale.gouv.fr E-shop offers “a line of quality and varied products, bearing many emblematic symbols of the French Navy and its sailors”.

The French Navy says it has developed a brand built around its aesthetic codes and its professional universe close to the sea. The brand offers lines of clothing, watches, luggage, accessories and decorative items.

The opening of this boutique aims to make the world of the Navy accessible to the greatest number of people and to share its authentic values such as the crew spirit and the taste for adventure.



French Navy statement




“The French Navy is launching its brand with one objective: to be better known by the French people it serves every day, all over the world. It will thus enter in an unusual way into the daily lives of those who wish to show their support and affirm that they share the same values. I wish the “Marine Nationale” brand the best of luck, and I am certain that thanks to it, we will soon be able to feel the sea air of the open sea everywhere in France.”


Admiral Vandier, Chief of Staff of the French Navy

The profits generated by the brand will be used for the French Navy’s social works.

For the record, the move follows the Italian Navy which launched its “Marina Militare” brand several years ago, and has now several physical stores across Italy’s main cities and airports.

https://www.navalnews.com/naval-news/2021/05/french-navy-launches-marine-nationale-brand-and-e-shop/
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Re: Marinha Francesa
« Responder #223 em: Maio 07, 2021, 08:14:14 am »
Um guarda-chuva com um logótipo/símbolo da Marine Nationale a 139€. :mrgreen: Têm bom olho para o negócio.

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Re: Marinha Francesa
« Responder #224 em: Maio 07, 2021, 12:47:56 pm »
Estão no séc XXI, ao contrário de outros que ainda estão no séc XIX  :mrgreen:
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