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Marinha da República Federal da Alemanha
« em: Novembro 15, 2004, 01:50:14 pm »
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A Alemanha compra 8 P-3C Orion ex-holandêses
« Responder #1 em: Novembro 15, 2004, 01:53:13 pm »
German Federal Armed Forces Receive Transport Vehicles “Dingo 2” and “P-3C Orion”
 
 
(Source: German Ministry of Defence; issued Nov. 12, 2004)
 
 
 BERLIN --- The budget committee of the German Bundestag has approved procurement of eight P-3C Orion long-range maritime reconnaissance aircraft from the Royal Netherlands Navy.  
 
With the P-3C Orion, the German navy receives a modern weapon system with which it can effectively undertake the task of maritime surveillance. The Netherlands navy had only recently upgraded these aircraft.  
 
Deliveries of the aircraft are planned to begin next year. The procurement contract covers the purchase of eight airplanes at a total cost of 271 millions Euro. It also includes the cost of simulators, documentation, spare parts, ground service and testing equipment.  
 
Further logistic and other support work will be undertaken by German aeronautical-engineering companies.  
 
The P-3C Orion replaces the 40 year-old Breguet Atlantic BR 1150.  
 
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« Responder #2 em: Novembro 15, 2004, 02:40:49 pm »
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BERLIN --- The budget committee of the German Bundestag has approved procurement of eight P-3C Orion long-range maritime reconnaissance aircraft from the Royal Netherlands Navy.


Quer dizer que a Holanda está a despachar todos os P-3????
8 para a Alemanha, 5 para Portugal...e há mais?

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"[Os portugueses são]um povo tão dócil e tão bem amestrado que até merecia estar no Jardim Zoológico"
-Dom Januário Torgal Ferreira, Bispo das Forças Armadas
 

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« Responder #3 em: Novembro 15, 2004, 02:45:49 pm »
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« Responder #4 em: Novembro 15, 2004, 08:23:51 pm »
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Quer dizer que a Holanda está a despachar todos os P-3????
8 para a Alemanha, 5 para Portugal...e há mais?


A Marinha da Holanda renunciou aos aviões de patrulha marítima e à base aérea de Valkenburg, mantendo unicamente a de De Kooy, onde está a flotilha de helicópteros.
 

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« Responder #5 em: Novembro 16, 2004, 01:45:27 pm »
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Quer dizer que a Holanda está a despachar todos os P-3????
8 para a Alemanha, 5 para Portugal...e há mais?

A Marinha da Holanda renunciou aos aviões de patrulha marítima e à base aérea de Valkenburg, mantendo unicamente a de De Kooy, onde está a flotilha de helicópteros.


Quer dizer que vão manter a vigilância maritima com helicópteros apenas?
Bom, a ZEE deles também não deve ser muito grande... :?
"[Os portugueses são]um povo tão dócil e tão bem amestrado que até merecia estar no Jardim Zoológico"
-Dom Januário Torgal Ferreira, Bispo das Forças Armadas
 

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« Responder #6 em: Fevereiro 01, 2005, 10:23:39 pm »
Frigate Hessen Successfully Completes Initial Sea Trials  
 
 
(Source: ThyssenKrupp Marine Systems; issued Jan. 31, 2005)
 
 
 HAMBURG / EMDEN, Germany --- After a building time of three years, the third ship of class 124 of the German Navy, the frigate HESSEN, left its building shipyard Nordseewerke in Emden, a company of ThyssenKrupp Marine Systems, on the 21st January 2005 for the first sea trial.  
 
The first sector of the shipyard trial was continued in the Skagerrak deep water after the successful test of the navigation system. On 28th January 2005 the frigate HESSEN returned to its building shipyard after successfully completed the test program.  
 
The test run on the shipyard contained a substantial control programme with its emphasis on ship techniques. The frigate was put through its paces and was introduced to the client. The ship was so able to demonstrate the good sea performance. During the first level of the test, the frigate was navigated by the specialists of Nordseewerke. Aboard the ship were 220 people in total, in addition to the shipyard crew and the representatives of the inspection committee of the client there were also 53 soldiers of the future crew of the HESSEN. They will take over the leadership of the ship during the forthcoming tests of the command and weapon control systems. These tests will start in February. The HESSEN will be relocated to Wilhelmshaven for the tests.  
 
The HESSEN, which is 143m long and has a displacement of approx. 5,600 tons, is the third ship of the class 124. After the successfully completed tests and still upcoming final works, the ship shall be delivered to the German Navy in December of this year.  
 
ThyssenKrupp Marine Systems – a company of ThyssenKrupp Technologies – is the managing division of the new shipyard alliance formed by the merger of ThyssenKrupp Werften and HDW. With its major shareholdings Howaldtswerke-Deutsche Werft, Kiel, Nobiskrug, Rendsburg, Nordseewerke, Emden, Blohm + Voss, Hamburg, Blohm + Voss Repair, Hambur, Kockums, Sweden and Hellenic Shipyards, Greece, the new shipyard alliance is represented in seven locations throughout Europe.  
 
The know-how and the competence of all the companies of ThyssenKrupp Marine Systems has been summarised into three organisation units. The product sectors naval surface ships, mega-yachts and cargo vessels are conducted by the division “Surface Vessel”. The division “Submarine” comprises the activities of ThyssenKrupp Marine Systems in the sector of submarines. All repair services will be conducted and coordinated by the Repair Group Hamburg.  
 
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« Responder #7 em: Março 21, 2005, 08:46:46 pm »
Secretary of Defense Dr. Peter Struck Informs about P3C Orions
 
 
(Source: German Ministry of Defense; issued March 18, 2005)

(Issued in German only; unofficial translation by defense-aerospace.com)
 
 
 NORDHOLZ, Germany --- Exactly on time at 13:58 hours. The wind is cold and the sky is gray, and few here suspect that the future of Naval Air Squadron 3 is landing: a P-3C Orion, still with Dutch markings, will become the new maritime patrol aircraft of the German Navy.  
 
Germany is buying eight aircraft of this type from the Netherlands. The Orion is a four-engine turboprop aircraft with a sting in its tail. For the layman, little differentiates it from the Breguet Atlantics which it will replace beginning in 2006 as the Navy’s Nordholz-based “eye in the sky,” but it is in fact a jump of generations.  
 
It was only in Mat of last year that the Orions were updated with the latest in reconnaissance technology, including for example long-range cameras, upgraded radar, sonobuoys and infrared sensors. A major improvement is that, whereas the Breguets could only transmit reconnaissance information by radio, or after landing back at their base, the Orion is a ‘digital’ aircraft.  
 
All data it collects is fed into the contral on-board computer, which passes it on almost in real time to the ground operations center, and this is a ‘quantum jump’ in capability for the Nordholz-based aviators.  
 
Secretary of Defense Peter Struck visited MFG 3 for a close inspection of the new technology. “The German armed forces are getting new, modern reconnaissance equipment; we have bought a highly-qualified system.”  
 
Eleven German navy personnel will operate each new aircraft. Crews are presently training at the Dutch naval air base in Valkenburg; ground personnel, as well as the first two flight crews, have completed their training programs. Dutch and German crews cooperate closely.  
 
The first German pilot has now qualified on the Orion, and early next year the first Orion with German markings and with a German crew at the controls, will begin to operate from Nordholz as part of the German Naval aviation.  
 
However, the squadron is not yet retiring its Breguet Atlantics. Three of them, equipped as electronic reconnaissance and communications aircraft, will continue to operate from Nordholz. They will at some time in the future be replaced by the Eurohawk, a high-altitude unmanned aircraft.  
 
Its American predecessor, the Global Hawk, was evaluated next to an Atlantic in October 2003 on the emergency landing field located between Bremen and Cuxhaven.  
 
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« Responder #8 em: Abril 25, 2005, 01:55:50 pm »
"U 32" Submarine Leaves the Nordseewerke Shipyard For Final Tests
 
 
(Source: ThyssenKrupp Marine Systems; issued April 22, 2005)
 
 
 HAMBURG, Germany --- The "U32" submarine left the shipyard in Emden on 20th April 2005 for its final sea-testing phase.  
 
Extensive tests will be carried out until July 2005 in the deep water on the South Norwegian coast (Skagerrak) and in different shallow water regions of the Baltic Sea. After the tests have been completed, the "U32" will be handed over to the German Navy in July 2005 as scheduled.  
 
The overall order comprises of a total of four units of the submarine class 212A, which are being collectively built and tested for the German Navy at Nordseewerke in Emden and at HDW in Kiel within the framework of the ARGE U212.  
 
Two of these state-of-the-art, non-nuclear submarines with combustible fuel cells "U31" and "U33" will be constructed, put into operation and tested in different sea regions at HDW in Kiel, while the other two units, "U32" and "U34" undergo the same program at Nordseewerke in Emden.  
 
Delivery of the four submarines is planned for 2005/2006.  
 
The two ThyssenKrupp Marine Systems shipyards currently have a total of four submarines being tested at sea in the Skagerrak. In addition to the "U31" and "32", the submarines "PAPANIKOLIS" - submarine class 214 for the Greek Navy - and the "S 101" - submarine class 209/1400mod for the South African Navy - are also being put through their paces.  
 
Just like class 212 A, the 214 possesses a combustible fuel cell, and with over 60 constructed submarines the class 209 with diesel-electric drive is the most successful submarine class of the last 30 years.  
 
The submarine construction in both shipyards can only be compared with production in space technology, as modern submarines are technologically extremely complicated and are exposed to special pressures while in operation, especially when submerging.  
 
The sea trials also include shallow-water tests, where the handling of the submarine and consequently the shipping technology are mainly under the microscope. The second big test is the deep-water test, where the sensors as well as the weapons and guidance systems are tested.  
 
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« Responder #9 em: Setembro 25, 2005, 06:23:34 pm »
Thales Wins Upgrade Contract of the German Navy’s F122 and F123 Frigates
 
 
(Source: Thales; issued Sept. 22, 2005)
 
 
 WILHELMSHAVEN, Germany --- The German Navy and Thales, the international electronics and systems group, have signed a contract for the full modernisation and overhaul of the firepower command and control systems of the Navy’s F122 and F123 frigates. Eight F122s and four F123s will be refitted, together with the associated naval command ground stations in Wilhelmshaven. The contract is worth EUR 70 million.  
 
Under the modernisation programme, all the outdated firepower command and control systems will be replaced by high-performance IT equipment and modern display consoles. The contract includes command software and the integration of all sensors, weapons and communications systems. Thales will also coordinate the naval construction activities included in the programme.  
 
The F122 and F123 class frigates date back to the early 1980s and 1990s. The changing requirements and missions of European navies call for the frigates’ capabilities to be upgraded and adapted. The programme focuses on intelligence, command, control and participation in integrated joint and allied operations worldwide. This contract is the only significant modernisation programme currently planned for the German Navy.  
 
In keeping with tradition, Thales Deutschland and Thales Nederland are working together on this contract. With its cross-border competencies and expertise, Thales has been the major supplier of modern radars (sensor technology) and combat management systems for the German Navy for the past ten years. Furthermore, other industrial partners and shipyards in Northern Germany will be involved as subcontractors.  
 
This project will create significant value in Germany and sustain over 150 highly qualified jobs in Northern Germany over the next 6 years.  
 
“This contract reflects the cooperation and mutual trust in the working relationship between the German Navy and Thales,” said Klaus D. Rettig, head of Thales Deutschland. “This relationship has been developed over many years and we are glad to be able to further reinforce it with the frigate modernisation programme. Thales won this contract against strong competition, proving that our Group is the European market leader in the field of complex naval systems.”  
 
 
Thales is an international electronics and systems group serving defence, aerospace, security and services markets worldwide. The Group employs 60,000 people throughout the world and generated revenues of 10.3 billion euros in 2004.  
 
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« Responder #10 em: Setembro 25, 2005, 06:31:08 pm »
Saab Wins MSEK 350 Contract for Surface-to-Surface Missile System for German Navy  
 
 
(Source: Saab AB; issued Sept. 22, 2005)
 
 
 Today the procurement contract for the heavy-weight anti-ship Missile System RBS15 Mk3 from Saab was signed by the German Federal Procurement Agency and prime contractor Diehl BGT Defence.  
 
The value of the contract for Saab Bofors Dynamics, who is the system design authority, is MSEK 350. The co-operation agreement with Diehl BGT Defence encompasses development, production and marketing.  
 
“This is a breakthrough for the RBS15 Mk3, and we are naturally both pleased and proud that the German Navy has chosen us and our business partner. This also makes Germany the first NATO navy to operate the RBS15 Mk3 system,” says Tomas Samuelsson, President of Saab Bofors Dynamics.  
 
The ordered missile systems will arm Germany’s new K130-class corvettes, which are currently under construction.  
 
“Thanks to this contract, we can now look forward to the RBS15 Mk3 system becoming the German Navy’s standard for heavy missiles,” Tomas Samuelsson adds.  
 
The RBS15 Mk3 is a powerful, versatile Surface-to-Surface Missile system with a range of more than 200 km and the added capability to combat land targets. Sweden and Germany are planning to further develop the system jointly and adapt it to new future requirements.  
 
Saab is one of the world’s leading high-technology companies, with its main operations focusing on defense, aviation and space. The Group covers a broad spectrum of competence and capability in systems integration.  
 
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