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Re: ARMADA AUSTRALIANA
« Responder #166 em: Abril 16, 2021, 10:41:16 am »


Australian Navy commissions 1st Supply-class auxiliary ship

April 13, 2021, by Naida Hakirevic

The Royal Australian Navy (RAN) has commissioned HMAS Supply (A195), the first of the two new Supply-class auxiliary oiler replenishment (AOR) ships.

HMAS Supply (II) was welcomed into Royal Australian Navy service on April 10 during a commissioning ceremony at Fleet Base East in Sydney.

Welcome to the newest member of #AusNavy’s future fleet!👋Over the weekend #HMASSupply, the 1st of 2 new Supply Class Auxiliary Oiler Replenishment ships, was welcomed into service. #DYK Supply is part of the largest regeneration of the RAN since #WWII?📖: https://t.co/w7sgk9wZtz pic.twitter.com/EuMlMUNcZl

— Department of Defence (@DeptDefence) April 12, 2021
“We celebrated the commissioning of a critical support capability that will help extend the endurance of our task groups and Navy’s ability to protect all Australians,” Commanding Officer Captain Ben Hissink said.

“We follow in the footsteps of Supply (I) that fuelled our seafarers with good oil in good spirit, but now we do so again with additional logistics and combat capabilities.”

The Supply-class replenishment vessels are build under a contract signed several years ago with Spanish shipbuilder Navantia. They are based on the Spanish Navy’s Cantabria-class AORs and displace 19,500 tons and measure 173.9 meters in length.

HMAS Supply was launched by Navantia back in November 2018.

https://www.navaltoday.com/2021/04/13/australian-navy-commissions-1st-supply-class-replenishment-ship/
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Re: ARMADA AUSTRALIANA
« Responder #167 em: Maio 17, 2021, 11:09:55 am »
https://www.puentedemando.com/el-aaor-stalwart-zarpara-el-20-de-mayo-en-viaje-a-australia/


El buque AAOR "Stalwart", atracado en Navantia Ferrol


El AAOR “Stalwart” zarpará el 20 de mayo en viaje a Australia


Juan Carlos Diaz Lorenzo Juan Carlos Diaz Lorenzo · 17 mayo, 2021

Navantia baraja el próximo 20 de mayo como fecha de salida para el viaje de entrega del segundo AAOR que el astillero de Ferrol ha construido para la Royal Australian Navy. El buque NUSHIP “Stalwart” (A 304) inició el 20 de marzo el calendario de pruebas de mar en aguas de Galicia, al que asistieron personal del astillero y de la Marina australiana.

El contrato para la construcción de este buque se firmó el 9 de mayo de 2016. En noviembre de 2018 se procedió a la puesta de quilla y el 30 de agosto de 2019 resbaló por la grada con el ceremonial acostumbrado. La experiencia que la RAN tuvo con el fletamento del BAC “Cantabria” (A 15) resultó determinante para la resolución del contrato a favor de la empresa pública española.

Foto: José R. Montero
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"[Os portugueses são]um povo tão dócil e tão bem amestrado que até merecia estar no Jardim Zoológico"
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Re: ARMADA AUSTRALIANA
« Responder #169 em: Julho 03, 2021, 01:46:41 pm »
RAN frigate Perth back in water after partially completing AMCAP upgrades

Royal Australian Navy (RAN) Anzac-class frigate HMAS Perth returned to the water on 1 July after being lowered out of the dry dock at the Australian Marine Complex in Henderson, Western Australia.

The move followed the completion of upgrades to the frigate's radar capabilities, communications systems, and crew-habitable areas, which are a major part of the Anzac Midlife Capability Assurance Programme (AMCAP), according to a 2 July statement by the Department of Defence (DoD) in Canberra.
       
HMAS Perth being lowered out of the dry dock at the Australian Marine Complex at Henderson in Western Australia following completion of a major part of the AMCAP upgrades. (Royal Australian Navy/Commonwealth of Australia)

“This is a significant step towards the completion of Perth's upgrade, which will now move on to the final stages, enabling the ship to return to the fleet and undertake deployments and exercises with our regional partners in 2022,” Anthony Nagle, the ship's commanding officer, was quoted as saying.

The 3,600-tonne frigate (with pennant number 157) is set to undergo sea trials and certification early next year following the final steps in its upgrade process.

Perth is capable of air defence, surface, and undersea warfare and can carry out surveillance, reconnaissance, and interdiction operations. It is home-ported at Garden Island in Rockingham, Western Australia.

https://www.janes.com/defence-news/news-detail/ran-frigate-perth-back-in-water-after-partially-completing-amcap-upgrades

a HMAS Perth III entrou ao serviço em 2006, tem quinze anos. ::)

https://www.navy.gov.au/hmas-perth-iii

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Quando um Povo não Respeita as Suas FFAA, Não Respeita a Sua História nem se Respeita a Si Próprio  !!
 

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Re: ARMADA AUSTRALIANA
« Responder #170 em: Julho 03, 2021, 04:05:45 pm »
Um MLU literalmente a meio da vida da fragata, onde é que já se viu isto.  ::)
 

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Re: ARMADA AUSTRALIANA
« Responder #171 em: Julho 03, 2021, 06:40:12 pm »
E aposto que demorou menos de 3 anos  :mrgreen:
"[Os portugueses são]um povo tão dócil e tão bem amestrado que até merecia estar no Jardim Zoológico"
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Re: ARMADA AUSTRALIANA
« Responder #172 em: Julho 03, 2021, 08:49:07 pm »
E que o mastro também não veio oco.  :mrgreen:
 
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Re: ARMADA AUSTRALIANA
« Responder #173 em: Julho 21, 2021, 10:32:33 am »

NUSHIP Stalwart arriving at Fleet Base West, Australia (Picture source: Twitter account of the Chief of Navy Australia)

HMAS Stalwart is the second of the Navantia built Supply-class replenishment oiler for the Royal Australian Navy. It had its keel laid in November 2018 as a part of the SEA 1654 Phase 3 project. *

HMAS Stalwart (III) and her sister ship HMAS Supply (II) will replace HMAS Success and HMAS Sirius with a single class of two AOR Ships to sustain deployed maritime forces. The two ships are based on the Spanish Cantabria class and were built at the Ferrol shipyard.

The vessel has an overall length of 173.9 m, a displacement of 19,500 t, and a full-load deadweight of 9,800 tons. Its design draught and beams will be 8 m and 23 m respectively.

The Supply class is a class of replenishment oilers of the Royal Australian Navy, a role that combines the missions of a tanker and stores supply ship. As such they are designated auxiliary oiler replenisher (AOR). They will be tasked with providing ammunition, fuel, food and other supplies to Royal Australian Navy vessels around the world.

A replenishment oiler or replenishment tanker is a naval auxiliary ship with fuel tanks and dry cargo holds which can supply both fuel and dry stores during underway replenishment (UNREP) at sea. Many countries have used replenishment oilers.

https://www.navyrecognition.com/index.php/naval-news/naval-news-archive/2021/june/10359-supply-class-nuship-stalwart-to-join-royal-australian-navy.html

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* - Demorou menos a ser construido, a fazer provas de mar, e a navegar de Espanha para a Austrália, do que o MLU da BD  :mrgreen:
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Re: ARMADA AUSTRALIANA
« Responder #174 em: Julho 22, 2021, 02:21:36 am »
Lá estás tu com a má-língua habitual.

Votos de mar chão, beijinhos e abraços.  :mrgreen:
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Re: ARMADA AUSTRALIANA
« Responder #175 em: Julho 22, 2021, 09:09:36 am »
Lá estás tu com a má-língua habitual.

Votos de mar chão, beijinhos e abraços.  :mrgreen:

Sempre  :mrgreen:

Beijinhos e boa missão!
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Re: ARMADA AUSTRALIANA
« Responder #176 em: Agosto 18, 2021, 08:39:46 am »
https://www.navaltoday.com/2021/08/11/new-advanced-radar-systems-on-anzac-class-frigates-hit-ioc/

The Royal Australian Navy’s Anzac-class frigates have been upgraded with new “advanced” air search radar systems which have reached the initial operating capability (IOC).


The existing air search radar system has been replaced with designed and manufactured CEAFAR-2L phased array radar system. This system complements the first generation CEAFAR-1S phased array radar capability installed during the Anzac Anti-Ship Missile Defence upgrade.

“This technology has delivered a significantly advanced air warfare and missile self-defence capability to Navy’s Anzac Class frigates and provides Navy with one of the most advanced, sovereign air search radar capabilities in the world,” Chief of the Royal Australian Navy, Michael Noonan AO RAN commented.

Among the many advantages offered by the project are the significant improvement of detection, classification and identification of air contacts, a greater level of radar and combat management system integration, improved levels of radar functionality and significant improvements in equipment support and reliability.

The replacement was jointly completed in collaboration between CEA Technologies, Saab Australia and BAE Systems.

Australian Anzac-class frigates went through upgrade programs, including the Midlife Capability Upgrade Program.

 ::)
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Re: ARMADA AUSTRALIANA
« Responder #177 em: Setembro 15, 2021, 03:49:17 pm »
Australia to get nuclear-powered submarines, will scrap $90b program to build French-designed subs

By defence correspondent Andrew Greene, political editor Andrew Probyn and foreign affairs reporter Stephen Dziedzic
Posted 1h ago1 hours ago, updated 33m ago



Australia's next submarine fleet will be nuclear-powered under an audacious plan that will see a controversial $90 billion program to build up to 12 French-designed submarines scrapped.

The ABC understands Australia will use American and British technology to configure its next submarine fleet in a bid to replace its existing Collins class subs with a boat more suitable to the deteriorating strategic environment.

Australia, the United States and Britain are expected to jointly announce a new trilateral security partnership on Thursday, with a focus on aligning technology and regional challenges.

But Australia's embrace of nuclear-powered submarines will have its political and technological challenges, given there is no domestic nuclear industry.

The new three-nation security pact – called AUKUS – will be seen by China as a bid to counter its regional influence, especially in the contested South China Sea.

The nuclear submarines would likely be based in WA.

https://www.abc.net.au/news/2021-09-15/allied-naval-united-states-biden-australia-nuclear-submarines/100465628
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Re: ARMADA AUSTRALIANA
« Responder #178 em: Setembro 15, 2021, 08:47:55 pm »
Vai ser barato, vai. Um programa destes vai requerer centenas de físicos e engenheiros nucleares que não existem no país. Ainda vão “importar” chineses, iranianos e norte-coreanos.  :mrgreen:

Mas não deixa de ser estranho. Ainda a semana passada o contra-almirante responsável pelo programa foi ao senado defender a opção do Shortfin Barracuda.
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Re: ARMADA AUSTRALIANA
« Responder #179 em: Setembro 16, 2021, 02:03:10 am »
Parece que o projecto se vai basear no Astute, mas com o CMS americano já previsto para o Shortfin Barracuda. Mas o problema da longevidade dos Collins mantém-se, até porque estes novos SSN vão demorar muito mais tempo a construir que os SSK franceses. Já se fala em soluções intermédias mas, o mais provável, é vermos SSN americanos "forward deployed" na Austrália.

Para já vão passar 18 meses a estudar o problema e a definir o projecto. Quem deve estar com um grande melão é o Macron, apesar do acenar amigo do Biden. O australiano comum também não vai ficar muito satisfeito, pois já se fala da duplicação do orçamento de defesa e as coisas não correram muito bem por aqui com as ajudas federais ao COVID -- com algumas empresas a receberem milhares de milhões em ajudas, apesar dos seus lucros não terem diminuído e não terem que devolver um cêntimo, ao contrário do cidadão comum em situação semelhante.
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