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Re: Exército dos EUA
« Responder #360 em: Março 04, 2020, 12:23:57 pm »
Proposta da Boing para o programa "Future Attack Reconnaissance Aircraft", é um helicóptero tem um único motor General Electric T901, com entrada de ar no lado direito da fuselagem.

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Re: Exército dos EUA
« Responder #361 em: Março 10, 2020, 09:02:40 pm »
 

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Re: Exército dos EUA
« Responder #362 em: Março 17, 2020, 07:33:23 pm »
 

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Re: Exército dos EUA
« Responder #363 em: Março 19, 2020, 10:57:26 pm »
O novo teste físico que passará a vigorar a partir de outubro deste ano para entrada no exército dos EUA: https://www.army.mil/acft/
 

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Re: Exército dos EUA
« Responder #364 em: Abril 02, 2020, 12:43:19 pm »
Fully-Geared Green Berets Compete in Off-Road Race















As viaturas são os Ground Mobility Vehicle 1.1

Fonte - https://www.defensemedianetwork.com/stories/photo-gallery-special-forces-take-part-nevada-off-road-race/
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Re: Exército dos EUA
« Responder #365 em: Abril 16, 2020, 11:50:35 pm »
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Boeing delivers 500th Apache Guardian

Boeing has announced the delivery of the 500th AH-64E Apache Guardian attack helicopter from its production site in Mesa, Arizona.

Boeing has delivered 500 AH-64E helicopters to the US Army and eight international customers, including Taiwan (pictured). (Republic of China Army)Boeing has delivered 500 AH-64E helicopters to the US Army and eight international customers, including Taiwan (pictured). (Republic of China Army)

The milestone, announced on 16 April, includes all helicopters that have been handed over to the US Army and international customers since deliveries began in 2011.

Entre 500 não se arranja uns 6 para nós?
 

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Re: Exército dos EUA
« Responder #366 em: Abril 29, 2020, 07:04:16 pm »
 

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Re: Exército dos EUA
« Responder #367 em: Maio 03, 2020, 09:39:25 pm »
It's a jungle warfare course unique in the nation and it's hidden in central Oahu


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WAHIAWA, OAHU (HawaiiNewsNow) - Hidden in central Oahu is a military range run by the Army's 25th Infantry Division. The focus: Teaching soldiers jungle warfare.

"A lot of the training we provide is realistic and is applicable in the event that they ever have to find themselves operating in a jungle environment," said staff Sgt. Michael Johnson, an instructor who teaches soldiers a skill-set the Army once valued then abandoned.

Lightning Academy Commander Capt. Matthew Jones said since the United States has been militarily involved in the Middle East, "we kind of lost our fundamentals and our knowledge about how to fight in a jungle."

But since 2013, the military has pivoted back to jungle training.

The 25th Infantry Division's Jungle Operations Training Course is the only one of its kind on U.S. soil.

Soldiers learn to traverse mountainous terrain, and slog through streams.

"Not only is the enemy a threat, the environment's a threat, too," Johnson said.


By Jim Mendoza | May 12, 2017 at 9:33 PM HST - Updated August 12 at 3:30 AM
WAHIAWA, OAHU (HawaiiNewsNow) - Hidden in central Oahu is a military range run by the Army's 25th Infantry Division. The focus: Teaching soldiers jungle warfare.

"A lot of the training we provide is realistic and is applicable in the event that they ever have to find themselves operating in a jungle environment," said staff Sgt. Michael Johnson, an instructor who teaches soldiers a skill-set the Army once valued then abandoned.

Lightning Academy Commander Capt. Matthew Jones said since the United States has been militarily involved in the Middle East, "we kind of lost our fundamentals and our knowledge about how to fight in a jungle."

But since 2013, the military has pivoted back to jungle training.

The 25th Infantry Division's Jungle Operations Training Course is the only one of its kind on U.S. soil.

Soldiers learn to traverse mountainous terrain, and slog through streams.

"Not only is the enemy a threat, the environment's a threat, too," Johnson said.


To maneuver through the jungle, soldiers learn to overcome obstacles. The mobility training includes rappelling down cliffs, including a 75-foot drop.

"Not only are they learning a valuable skill of being able to rappel, they also get a little confidence boost that eliminates that fear of heights," Johnson said.

Water training forces participants to cross rivers over ropes or on packs and ponchos fashioned into flotation devices.

There's a combat course, too, and soldiers also learn basic survival skills, like trapping food, purifying water, and starting a fire.

Instructors incorporate techniques learned at jungle training sites in France and Brazil.

"Part of our mission is to serve as the U.S. Army's premier Pacific training venue," Jones said.

The soldiers who enroll are mostly from the 25th Infantry Division, but members of other military branches and instructors from jungle schools in other parts of the world have gone through the three-week training, which is no walk in the park.

"There's surprise at how hard it is," Jones said.

For now, jungle training is voluntary and participants either pass or fail.

 :arrow:  https://www.hawaiinewsnow.com/story/35419977/its-a-jungle-warfare-course-unique-in-the-nation-and-its-hidden-in-central-oahu/
 

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Re: Exército dos EUA
« Responder #368 em: Maio 04, 2020, 05:44:02 pm »

As dificuldades para substituir os antigos SDA.
http://www.youtube.com/profile_videos?user=HSMW

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Re: Exército dos EUA
« Responder #369 em: Maio 20, 2020, 04:33:07 am »
US Army Conduct Airdrop Road Tests of Joint Light Tactical Vehicle (JLTV)

US Army Conduct Airdrop Road Tests of Joint Light Tactical Vehicle (Picture source: U.S. Army)

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U.S. Army 82nd Airborne Division Soldiers are in the final phases of airdrop testing five configurations of the Joint Light Tactical Vehicle (JLTV). The JLTV Family of Vehicles is a joint military program that will partially replace the High Mobility Multipurpose Wheeled Vehicle (HMMWV) once fielded. During the test, Soldiers from A Company, 407th Brigade Support Battalion, 2nd Brigade Combat Team, 82nd Airborne Division, rigged, airdropped, and recovered the JLTVs on the drop zone along with the U.S. Army Operational Test Command’s (OTC) Airborne and Special Operations Test Directorate (ABNSOTD).


The test team is conducting 15 low-velocity airdrops of the vehicle, three drops per configuration. The Joint Light Tactical Vehicle (JLTV) air drop testing began with Soldiers taking operators and new equipment training by trainers from Oshkosh, the vehicle manufacturer. During the JLTV operator’s training, paratroopers were trained in vehicle operation, employment, troubleshooting, and maintenance. New equipment training ensures paratroopers are adequately trained to operate the vehicle under test. Once testing begins, the paratroopers are capable of acting as both operators and maintainers of the vehicle.


The U.S. Army is now looking for contractors to develop a new airdrop system that would allow delivery of up to four JLTVs on a single aircraft. The current C-17 aircraft capability enables delivery of up to eight HMMWVs on a single aircraft, but due to the larger size and weight of the JLTV, it is currently limited to two vehicles per C-17 using the conventional Low Velocity Airdrop System (LVADS) capability which comprises parachute extracted airdrop from the airdrop rail/lock system using a standard, 24-foot, Type V airdrop platform. JLTV C-17 Gravity Airdrop System (GADS) capability will enable airdrop of four JLTVs per C-17 transport plane.


The U.S. Army Operational Test Command’s (OTC) uses typical Soldiers to determine whether the systems are effective, suitable, and survivable. The Airborne and Special Operations Test Directorate (ABNSOTD) works with test units to incorporate the system under test into their actual missions and training requirements. Its Maneuver Sustainment and Support Test Directorate, a combined 58,000 JLTVs will be purchased by the Army and Marine Corps once all stages of testing are completed and the vehicle is approved for production and fielding. To provide airdrop certification of all airborne and airdropped equipment, ABNSOTD executes and reports on its operational tests and field experiments, which impacts doctrine, training, organization and materiel.

 :arrow:   https://militaryleak.com/2020/05/18/us-army-conduct-airdrop-road-tests-of-joint-light-tactical-vehicle-jltv/
 

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Re: Exército dos EUA
« Responder #370 em: Maio 20, 2020, 10:31:49 pm »
US Army Examines Patria NEMO 
 
Patria Oyj (Helsinki, Finland) announced on 19 May it has entered into a Cooperative Research and Development Agreement (CRADA) with the US Army Combat Capabilities Development Command Armaments Center to determine feasibility of incorporating a turreted, breech-loaded 120mm mortar weapon system into US mortar carriers.

                      NEMO firing trials mounted on a Patria AMV. (Photo: Patria)

The scope of the agreement is to assess the capabilities of Patria’s NEMO mortar system, its compatibility with US mortar carrier platforms and fire control systems as well as to evaluate the use of current US 120mm mortar ammunition in a breech-loaded mortar, such as the NEMO.

This agreement is a continuation of the service’s effort to provide Armored and STRYKER Brigade Combat Teams with rapid, precise indirect and direct fire capability in circumstances in which the operating crew is well protected and its physical burden significantly reduced. In late 2018, the army published a market survey to identify capable sources to develop and produce the 120mm Mortar Future Indirect Fire Turret (FIFT). Patria answered the market survey based on NEMO.

Patria’s NEMO is a turreted, remote-controlled 120mm mortar system with both direct and indirect fire capability, capable of executing up to six-grenade multiple rounds simultaneous impact fire missions. In addition to being highly protected, it is light, compact and easily installed on light, tracked chassis, wheeled armored vehicles or naval vessels.

“The agreement between the US Army and Patria exemplifies the capability leap that modern turreted mortar systems can introduce to armed forces and illustrates Patria’s leading role in this technology area. It is also [a] logical continuation to the cooperation between Patria and the US government that began with Patria NEMO sales to a third country through a Foreign Military Sales (FMS) programme,” commented Jussi Järvinen, President of Patria’s Land Business Unit.
 
 https://www.monch.com/mpg/news/land/7005-us-army-examines-patria-nemo.html
 
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Re: Exército dos EUA
« Responder #371 em: Maio 21, 2020, 10:03:26 pm »
Some Soldiers Now Authorized to Wear the New Army Jungle Tab

Lt. Col. John Stephenson, Tripler Army Medical Center, Hawaii, completed the five-day Jungle Operations Training Executive Course at Schofield Barracks in January. (U.S. Army)

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The U.S. Army has finally approved an official tab for soldiers who sweat their way through the Jungle Operations Training Course (JOTC).

Eighth Army soldiers serving in the Pacific area of operations are now authorized to wear the jungle tab upon graduating from the 20-day JOTC, which focuses on small-unit tactics, waterborne operations and survival in the thick, insect-infested jungles of Hawaii, according to a recent service news release.

During the Cold War, JOTC was located in the jungles of Panama, but it closed in 1999 when the United States returned the land to Panama. Currently, JOTC -- which was stood up by the 25th Infantry Division at Schofield Barracks about seven years ago -- is open to all soldiers, but priority is given to troops serving with U.S. Army Pacific Command.

The jungle tab evolved from a jungle expert patch, which later became the jungle expert tab -- both of which saw limited wear. The wear regulations for the new jungle tab are part of a policy that Gen. Paul LaCamera, USARPAC commander, signed in February, according to the release.

The new policy also allows soldiers serving in the Pacific area to wear the Arctic tab after completing the Northern Warfare Training Center's Cold Weather Leaders Course and the Cold Weather Orientation Course, the release states.

Similar to the Ranger tab, the jungle and Arctic tabs will be worn on the left sleeve of the Operational Camouflage Uniform, directly over the unit patch, according to the release. The tabs are not authorized for wear while serving in a temporary duty assignment outside the USARPAC area of operations or while serving on deployment.

During JOTC, soldiers learn to live in the jungle and navigate steep, rugged terrain under hot and humid conditions.

About 30 to 40 percent of the students do not finish the course, Capt. Matthew Jones, then commander of the course, said in a 2017 Army news release describing JOTC.

Soldiers learn basic jungle survival skills such as building shelters from natural materials and crossing water obstacles, according to the 2017 release. The thick vegetation forces small units to move in single file rather than the traditional wedge formation.

"There are long movements over steep terrain," Jones said in the release. "And if you get wet the first day, you'll be wet for the next five days. It wears on you. People drop out."

 :arrow:  https://www.military.com/daily-news/2020/05/20/some-soldiers-now-authorized-wear-new-army-jungle-tab.html?fbclid=IwAR2zN9mP8KLibDOO_OlBEisP4hlTPYiayYmjMGVAth1DxvjHXtZOo5NrblU
 

 

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