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Re: Marinha Francesa
« Responder #225 em: Junho 14, 2021, 02:53:30 am »



https://www.navalanalyses.com/2021/03/infographics-47-naval-groups-sylver.html

Sylver (SYstème de Lancement VERtical), a vertical launching system (VLS) designed by the French naval shipbuilding company Naval Group (formerly known as Direction des Constructions Navales or DCNS), and the missiles it can hold and fire.
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Re: Marinha Francesa
« Responder #226 em: Julho 23, 2021, 10:06:10 am »

Artist impression: A French Navy FREMM frigate fitted with a laser weapon system. French Navy image.
French Navy To Test New Laser Weapon System At Sea
The French Armament General Directorate (DGA), French Company CILAS and the French Navy (Marine Nationale) are set to test the HELMA-P laser weapon system from a vessel at sea in 2022.
Martin Manaranche  23 Jul 2021

The DGA, in cooperation with CILAS, demonstrated the destruction of a drone by a laser weapon system on July 7, 2021. This demonstration took place at the DGA’s missile test center located in South Western France.

“I am proud to have seen this excellence at work today. This is an exceptional experiment. A drone has just been destroyed by a high-powered laser, a major step in the fight against drones has just been taken. Thanks to you, France is proving today that she is up to the task and will be able to defend herself against her enemies.”


Florence Parly, Minister of Armed Forces


Artist impression: A French Navy FDI frigate fitted with a laser weapon system. TALOS image.

The ship on which the system will be tested has yet to be disclosed, but in the future, the final objective is to equip the laser weapon on frigates (FREMM, FDI) or patrol vessels “sailing through dangerous or coastal areas from which asymmetric threats can be launched” said CILAS.

https://www.navalnews.com/naval-news/2021/07/french-navy-to-test-new-laser-weapon-system-at-sea/

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Re: Marinha Francesa
« Responder #227 em: Outubro 14, 2021, 10:38:30 am »


Two French LHDs And 25 Helicopters Take Part In Large Amphibious Exercise

The French Navy and French Army are currently conducting a joint, large scale, amphibious exercise named Cormoran 21. The goal is to train both services in a high intensity combat scenario representative of what the French Military may face tomorrow.
Xavier Vavasseur  13 Oct 2021

2 Mistral-class LHDs, 1 Horizon type Air Defense Destroyer, 1 FREMM Frigate, 25 helicopters and 1,500 personel are taking part in Cormoran 21.

Since September 27 and until October 15, 2021, a large Amphibious Ready Group with a focus on vertical lift (french designation: Groupe naval aéromobile or GNAM) is conducting exercise Cormoran 21 in the Mediterranean, a power projection exercise. Nearly 1,500 personnel from the French Navy and the French Army are engaged in this high intensity exercise. For the first time, a GNAM made up of the two Mistral-class LHDs: Tonnerre and Mistral is deployed, with two helicopter groups (from 3 units: 1st, 3rd and 5th RHC combat helicopter regiment) as well as an amphibious engagement group and two escort vessels.

During the night of October 7 to 8, 10 helicopters from the GNAM carried out a first raid from the sea, as part of the operational readiness for high intensity combat. 3 Tiger, 4 Caiman, 2 Puma and one Gazelle helicopter took part in this first night raid, this power projection action was performed in a manner that was as fluid as it was discreet: It was conducted in pitch black and without radio transmission, in a coastal environment that the scenario made particularly hostile.

The helicopters were assigned to deploy two teams from the amphibious engagement group in the target area. This group was then tasked to provide information on the enemy.


French Navy picture

At the same time, the air defense destroyer Forbin and the multi-mission frigate Provence provided close protection for Task Group 471.01 against air threats, while standing ready to conduct a coastal fire support mission. Earlier that day, the escorts had successfully kept opposing naval units out of the GNAM range, helping to ensure the task force’s discretion and the freedom of action of the two LHDs.

After 10 days of integration and training, the success of this first raid illustrates the ability of the GNAL to operate in particularly demanding conditions.

Admiral Pierre Vandier, the Chief of Staff of the French Navy said in a message on Twitter:

“The LHD Tonnerre and Mistral are participating in the exercise Cormoran 21. The main goal is to train the crew and their comrades of the army to conduct projection operations from sea to land, under high threat and in degraded conditions. Facing operational challenges of the coming world means not only mastering its codes but also being able to innovate in all fields and environments. These exercises are the incubators of tomorrow’s military responses. High intensity combat readiness and interoperability with other forces are a necessity. Yesterday, we witnessed a complex air raid illustrating the ability of our forces to operate in demanding conditions.”

Les hélicoptères nouvelle génération #Tigre et #NH90 Caïman arment progressivement les trois régiments de la 4e brigade d'aérocombat. pic.twitter.com/iAp7eU72JX

— 4e brigade d’aérocombat (@4e_BAC) October 12, 2021
According to the French Navy, the Cormoran 21 exercise allows units of the two services to train in the projection of about two dozens of combat helicopters from two LHDs, by carrying out several night power projection actions, from the sea towards land based objectives, in a high intensity setting. It allows the French Navy and the Army to strengthen their interoperability by integrating the new generation equipment of the SCORPION program, which should make it possible to outclass an adversary of equivalent power.

https://www.navalnews.com/naval-news/2021/10/two-french-lhds-and-25-helicopters-take-part-in-large-amphibious-exercise/
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Re: Marinha Francesa
« Responder #228 em: Outubro 15, 2021, 02:06:18 pm »
Olha os francius voltarem a esta ideia e converter os Mistral?  :mrgreen: :mrgreen:





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Re: Marinha Francesa
« Responder #229 em: Outubro 18, 2021, 10:02:36 am »
https://www.navalnews.com/naval-news/2021/10/first-upgraded-la-fayette-class-frigate/


One of the two MBDA Sadral systems aboard Courbet. Note the Crotale launcher in the background, aboard sistership Guepratte.

The obsolete CROTALE anti-air warfare system is replaced by two MBDA Sadral sextuple launchers taken from decommissioned Georges Leygues-class ASW frigates. They are refurbished in order to operate the new MISTRAL 3 missile. While the missile doesn’t have the range and payload of the Crotale, it is adapted to counter new asymmetrical threats as well as sea skimming anti-ship missiles. Alongside its anti-aircraft and anti-missile ability, the Mistral 3 can destroy fast surface vessel, including USVs and fast attack boats.


Courbet berthed in Toulon naval base following her upgrade (note the Sadral launcher on top of the helicopter hangar).
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Re: Marinha Francesa
« Responder #230 em: Outubro 18, 2021, 03:23:07 pm »
Sim, mas estes lançadores Sadral com 6 misseis ainda tem capacidade de reposta. Agora os mais comum só com dois misseis...
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Re: Marinha Francesa
« Responder #231 em: Novembro 23, 2021, 09:57:18 am »


French Navy’s First Air Defense FREMM ‘Alsace’ Enters Active Duty
The French Navy (Marine Nationale) multi-mission frigate (FREMM) "Alsace" entered "active duty" (admission au service actif in French) on 22 November 2021. It is the seventh Aquitaine-class FREMM overall but the first of two air-defense frigate in the FREMM DA (Frégate Européenne Multimissions de Défense Aérienne) variant.
Xavier Vavasseur  22 Nov 2021

This means the vessel is now able to conduct operational missions. Alsace is currently taking part in the large scale exercise POLARIS, as part of the Charles de Gaulle strike group.

La frégate multi-missions Alsace est prête pour les opérations. Elle appartient à une classe de frégates mondialement reconnue pour ses capacités de combat. Le renouvellement des équipements de la @MarineNationale est indispensable dans l’environnement stratégique actuel. pic.twitter.com/uojO4nx33J

— Florence Parly (@florence_parly) November 22, 2021
“The multi-mission frigate Alsace is ready for operations. It belongs to a class of frigates recognized worldwide for its combat capabilities. The renewal of the Marine Nationale equipment is essential in the current strategic environment. To protect our coasts and our exclusive economic zone, in the face of obstacles to freedom of navigation, in the face of attempted intimidation at sea, in the face of the desire to deny access to certain areas, France needs a strong, efficient and credible Navy”.




French Defense minister Florence Parly
On 17 November, the successful firing of the Aster 30 anti-aircraft missile validated Alsace‘s operational capabilities. She now joins the other FREMMs that form the backbone of the French surface fleet.

The FREMM DA Alsace  was launched April 18, 2019 at the Naval Group shipyard of Lorient thirteen months after its keel laying. It is the ninth FREMM frigate built by Naval Group and the seventh one for the French Navy. The FREMM DA program started in 2008. Alsace and Lorraine are replacing the two Cassard-class (Type F70 AA) frigates and their ageing SM-1 surface to air missiles. Cassard was decommissioned on 15 march 2019 and Jean Bart was decommissioned earlier this year.

Alsace‘ sistership, Lorraine, (the final FREMM for the French Navy) was launched in November 2020 and is set to be delivered in the second half of 2022.  Following the delivery of its last FREMM, Naval Group will transition to the FDI, the next generation of frigates for the French Navy.

All six FREMM in their ASW (anti-submarine warfare) variant have been delivered between 2012 and 2019 to the French Navy. Aquitaine in 2012, Provence in 2015, Languedoc in 2016, Auvergne in April 2017, Bretagne in July 2018 and Normandie in July 2019. On the international side, Morocco received the Mohammed VI in 2014 and Egypt the Tahya Misr in 2015.

About FREMM DA


According to Naval Group, the FREMM DA Alsace is a strongly armed surface combatant fitted with the most performant weapon systems and equipment such as: the Herakles multifunction radar, the Aster 15 and 30 surface to air missiles, the Excocet MM 40 anti-ship missiles or the MU 90 torpedo. The performance of its combat system are reinforced with increased radar and communication capacities, a new fire control radar, and a SETIS CMS fitted with specific anti-air defense functions.

While the FREMM DA retains the same anti-submarine warfare (ASW) capabilities as earlier vessels of the Aquitaine-class (with CAPTAS-4 and UMS 4110 CL sonars), its so called “increased capabilities in air defense” consists in a few notable changes:

The Thales Herakles multi-function radar is more powerful, has more transmitter modules, additional wave-forms and search modes for long range air defense
A Thales STIR EO MK 2 fire control radar replaces the Najir by Sagem (providing better AAW and ASuW capabilities to the 76mm main gun)
Reinforced bridge structure to accommodate the extra weight of the above
4x Sylver A50 vertical launch systems for a total of 32x MBDA Aster 15 or 30 surface to air missiles
Additional communication systems and antennas
3x additional consoles in the CIC (the global arrangement inside the CIC has been modified accordingly) for a total of 20 aboard the ship
Modifications to the SETIS combat management system with specific air defense functions
Additional berthing
According to the French Navy’s FREMM program manager, the FREMM DA main mission will be area air defense of major Marine Nationale units such as the Charles de Gaulle aircraft-carrier and the three Mistral-class LHDs, within a carrier-strike group or as part of an amphibious group.



Technical characteristics of the FREMM DA
Overall length: 142 m
Beam: 20 m
Displacement: 6,000 tonnes
Max. speed: 27 knots
Complement: 119 sailors (+ 14 for the aviation crew)
Accommodation: 165 men and women
Range: 6,000 at 15 knots

https://www.navalnews.com/naval-news/2021/11/french-navys-first-air-defense-fremm-alsace-enters-active-duty/
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