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Re: Marinha Francesa
« Responder #180 em: Abril 18, 2019, 11:26:18 pm »

O Charles de Gaulle já modernizado. Por volta do minuto 5:18 aparece a fragata portuguesa Corte Real, especialista em cenários de baixa intensidade do séc. XXI no meio de FREEM's, Bazan's etc.
 
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Re: Marinha Francesa
« Responder #181 em: Maio 10, 2019, 09:55:27 pm »
O Jean Bart esta cá ancorado, não para plantar uns quilos de droga e apreender o navio? ;D
 

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Re: Marinha Francesa
« Responder #182 em: Maio 10, 2019, 10:58:44 pm »
O Jean Bart esta cá ancorado, não para plantar uns quilos de droga e apreender o navio? ;D

Da classe Cassard? Antes fosse uma Aquitaine!  ::)
 

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Re: Marinha Francesa
« Responder #183 em: Maio 11, 2019, 12:02:21 am »
O Jean Bart esta cá ancorado, não para plantar uns quilos de droga e apreender o navio? ;D

Da classe Cassard? Antes fosse uma Aquitaine!  ::)



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Re: Marinha Francesa
« Responder #184 em: Maio 24, 2019, 03:15:35 pm »
 
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Re: Marinha Francesa
« Responder #185 em: Junho 09, 2019, 11:21:07 am »
O CdG a entrar em Goa


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Re: Marinha Francesa
« Responder #186 em: Julho 08, 2019, 04:10:13 pm »
 

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Re: Marinha Francesa
« Responder #187 em: Julho 16, 2019, 10:40:42 pm »
 

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Re: Marinha Francesa
« Responder #188 em: Julho 22, 2019, 11:47:10 am »
Submarino francês “La Minerve” encontrado meio século após o seu desaparecimento

Os destroços do submarino militar naufragado foram encontrados no mar Mediterrâneo por um navio americano. Estava desaparecido deste 1968 e tinha 52 pessoas a bordo.



O submarino francês “La Minerve”, que desapareceu em 1968 com 52 homens a bordo, foi encontrado ao largo de Toulon, 50 anos depois do seu naufrágio, anunciou a ministra das Forças Armadas francesa, Florence Parly.
“Acabamos de encontrar o [submarino] Minerve. É um sucesso, um alívio e um feito técnico. Penso nas famílias que esperavam por este momento há tanto tempo”, escreveu Florence Parly na sua conta da rede social Twitter.
Os destroços do submarino naufragado foram localizados no Mediterrâneo, a 45 quilómetros de Toulon, a 2.370 metros de profundidade, pelo navio americano Seabed Constructor, que chegou na passada terça-feira para participar nas buscas e forneceu uma confirmação visual da localização do Minerve, indicou um responsável da Marinha nacional à agência de notícias France-Presse.
Em 27 de Janeiro de 1968, o submarino militar, em exercício a cerca de 30 quilómetros de Toulon, afundou-se em apenas quatro minutos.
Apesar das operações de socorro imediatamente realizadas, os destroços nunca tinham sido localizados.
Em Outubro passado, familiares dos desaparecidos lançaram um apelo para que as buscas fossem retomadas.
Desde o anúncio de Florence Parly, no início do ano, da retoma das operações, especialistas propuseram-se a redefinir a área onde era mais provável que os destroços estivessem localizados.
Muitas causas foram mencionadas para explicar o acidente: uma avaria, uma colisão com um barco, a explosão de um míssil, um torpedo ou um acidente do tubo de ventilação.

https://observador.pt/2019/07/22/submarino-frances-la-minerve-encontrado-meio-seculo-apos-o-seu-desaparecimento/

Fotos do Submarino, antes do desaparecimento:





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Re: Marinha Francesa
« Responder #189 em: Julho 23, 2019, 12:45:14 am »
Ultimas imagens da “La Minerve”
 
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Re: Marinha Francesa
« Responder #190 em: Janeiro 03, 2020, 08:40:19 am »
The President of the Republic Announces the Order for Six Patrol Vessels



France has ordered six new large patrol vessels to replace those now deployed in her overseas territories, in addition to the three already ordered for the three territories in the Caribbean. (DGA image)

PARIS --- At the Maritime Economy Symposium in Montpellier today, the President of the Republic announced the order of six new patrol boats for France’s overseas dependencies.

In accordance with the strategic goals of the 2019-2025 military program law, this order reinforces the protection of our maritime territories, and advances the renewal of this capability by two years.

In a context of increasing threats to fishing resources, biodiversity and international rules of the law of the sea, France intends to fully exercise its sovereignty and responsibilities in France and in its overseas dependencies.

This announcement follows the Ministerial Investment Committee of November 19, 2019, when Armed Forces Minister Florence Parly decided to launch the Patrouilleur d’Outre Mer (Overseas Patrol Vessel) program, managed by the Directorate-General of Armaments (DGA).

That is why the renewal of naval assets for the surveillance of our overseas maritime territories, which began with the delivery of the three patrol vessels for the Antilles and Guiana between 2017 and 2019, continues today with this latest order, which will allow the replacement of the obsolete patrol vessels deployed in New Caledonia, French Polynesia and Reunion Island between 2022 and 2025.

Designed with extensive capabilities – and equipped in particular with an aerial drone - these overseas patrol boats will carry out missions of sovereignty and protection in the France’s Exclusive Economic Zones (EEZs), intervention against marine pollution and in favor of the environment, as well as rescue and assistance.

Thus, between 2017 and 2025, all the patrol vessels stationed overseas will have been renewed.

http://www.thefifthcolumn.xyz/Forum/viewthread.php?tid=53&page=5

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Re: Marinha Francesa
« Responder #191 em: Janeiro 23, 2020, 01:27:09 pm »

Aircraft Carrier Charles de Gaulle departing Toulon naval base on January 21, 2020. French Navy picture.

French Carrier Strike Group Begins ‘Foch’ Deployment

The French Navy (Marine Nationale) Carrier Strike Group set sail yesterday for a long operational deployment named "Foch". Aircraft Carrier Charles de Gaulle and its escort set course to the Eastern Mediterranean before sailing for the Northern Atlantic area.

 Xavier Vavasseur 22 Jan 2020

The vessels composing the Carrier Strike Group (CSG) departed Toulon on Tuesday, January 21, for the “Foch” mission. This three-month long deployment will take the CSG, first, to the eastern Mediterranean to support the French forces of Operation Chammal, and then to the Atlantic Ocean and the North Sea where its activities will mainly consists in cooperation exercises with American and European forces.

This deployment meets four major objectives:

    The operational deployment in areas of strategic interest for the benefit of European security and the stability of its approaches;
    To maintain the operational commitment of France and the French Navy in the fight against terrorism by contributing to the International Coalition against Daesh;
    To maintain the very high level of interoperability with France’s European and NATO partners;
    To maintain the quality of the relations which bind France and its international partners.

Charles de Gaulle’s CSG


The French multi-mission frigate (FREMM) “Provence” is seen from the flight deck of Charles de Gaulle during FANAL19. French Navy picture.

Departing from Toulon, the CSG consisted of the aircraft carrier Charles de Gaulle and its airwing, the multi-mission frigate (FREMM) Auvergne, the air defense frigate (FDA) Chevalier Paul, the command and refueling vessel (BCR) Var, the Hellenic Navy frigate HS Spetsai and a nuclear-powered attack submarine (SSN).

Throughout the deployment, various French and allied vessels (Spanish, Portuguese, Belgian, Dutch and German) as well as an Atlantic 2 maritime patrol aircraft will integrate or have interactions with the CSG.

For the “Foch” deployment, Charles de Gaulle‘s airwing includes 18x Rafale M, 2x E-2C Hawkeye aircraft, 1x NH90 NFH helicopter and 2x Dauphin helicopters.

https://www.navalnews.com/naval-news/2020/01/french-carrier-strike-group-begins-foch-deployment/
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Re: Marinha Francesa
« Responder #192 em: Janeiro 26, 2020, 03:54:23 pm »
French Navy pilots complete Dauphin N3 conversion training
Richard Scott, London - Jane's Navy International


The French Navy is now operating four Dauphin N3 helicopters owned by NHV France. Source: Henri-Pierre Grolleau

The first full-scale conversion course of five French Navy helicopter pilots graduated on 17 January at Lanvéoc-Poulmic Air Base in a ceremony that confirms that the fleet of four leased Airbus Helicopters Dauphin N3s is now fully up to speed.

The four helicopters, owned by NHV France, have been introduced to temporarily replace the outdated Aerospatiale Alouette IIIs in service with 22 Squadron until the Airbus Helicopters H160M Guépard enters service in 2028.

"In 2019 the four Dauphins have flown more than 2,000 hours," Rear-Admiral Guillaume Goutay, commander of the French Navy's air arm, Aéronavale, told Jane's.
"A trial course of two pilots had already graduated in 2019 but the ceremony held last week clearly shows that the Dauphins are now firmly in service. They clearly push us into modernity: they are fitted with state-of-the-art instrument panels with multifunction displays and are fitted with two turbines, like all [other] helicopters in [French naval] frontline service," he said.
"Another obvious advantage is that they are very similar to the other Dauphins and Panthers in service with Flottille 35F and 36F. This means that the young pilots coming out of training will be fully operational on their new mount in a shorter amount of time, without a requirement for a conversion course."

The French Navy has decided to further expand the number of Dauphins in service by leasing an extra 12 aircraft from Héli-Union, Rear Adm Goutay noted. The additional aircraft will enable the service to retire the Alouette III and operate a more modern type offering better payload and range.

"The contract was signed in December 2019 and the first helicopter will be delivered in late 2020/early 2021 to Flottille 35F, in Hyères," he said. "The 12 Dauphins are planned to be equally spread between 35F and 34F, based in Lanvéoc-Poulmic.

https://www.janes.com/article/93904/french-navy-pilots-complete-dauphin-n3-conversion-training

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Re: Marinha Francesa
« Responder #194 em: Abril 10, 2020, 12:10:31 pm »
Suspected Covid-19 Case on Board the Aircraft Carrier Charles-de-Gaulle
(Source: French Armed Forces Ministry; issued April 8, 2020)
(Unofficial translation by Defense-Aerospace.com)
After a first suspected case of Covid-19 aboard the French aircraft carrier Charles de Gaulle increased to 40 in a matter of days, the French armed forces ministry decided to bring her home to Toulon (pictured) two weeks earlier than initially planned. (FR Navy photo)
-- Aboard the Charles de Gaulle aircraft carrier currently deployed in the Atlantic as part of the “Foch Mission,” approximately 40 sailors are today under enhanced medical observation. They have symptoms consistent with a possible Covid-19 infection. These first symptoms have appeared recently.

-- The aircraft carrier has a medical component including an intensive care unit. The health measures already implemented on board have been reinforced.

-- The French Navy and the aircraft carrier command are closely monitoring the progress of the sailors’ health.

-- As of today, a screening team with medical tests will be dispatched to the aircraft carrier to investigate current cases and to prevent the spread of the virus aboard the ship.

-- After a mission which started on January 21, 2020 and initially committed to support Operation Chammal, the aircraft carrier was returning to the Mediterranean [from the North Sea.]

-- It was decided to immediately bring her back to Toulon, which was initially scheduled for April 23.


Sailors with symptoms are currently being taken care of and are subject to enhanced medical monitoring. They were placed in isolated confinement, as a precaution vis-à-vis the rest of the crew. No worsening was seen in these patients. Everything is being done to ensure the safety of the crew.

The aircraft carrier has robust capabilities to manage and monitor the progress of cases, including in the event of worsening:
-- A medical platform with a medical team comprising around twenty caregivers (doctors, nurses, surgeons);
-- Dedicated facilities: a hospital ward with a dozen beds, respirators, a scanner, as well as a containment space with one hundred places to isolate and monitor patients;
-- Evacuation capabilities by on-board helicopters, at short notice, to a higher-level hospital (in case of aggravation).

The organization on board has been adapted to continue the mission while ensuring the health of sailors. Barrier gestures and precautionary measures have also been reinforced and continue to be strictly applied:
-- Sailors on the aircraft carrier carry out twice a day cleaning of the common spaces, insisting on the disinfection of the ramps / handles / taps and in the common living areas and disinfect the workstations, telephones and shared computers after each use;
-- Daily reminders are repeated, and vigilance is maintained, on the barrier gestures to be followed;
-- The number of meetings and participants has been reduced, and gatherings in certain common life areas have been limited;
-- Masks have been distributed as a preventive measure to all personnel who may experience symptoms, especially coughing. These personnel are monitored twice a day by medical personnel.

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