No British Army, não se brinca em serviço !!https://ted.europa.eu/TED/notice/udl?uri=TED:NOTICE:314073-2018:TEXT:EN:HTML&src=0Abraços
Citação de: tenente em Julho 20, 2018, 09:15:55 pmNo British Army, não se brinca em serviço !!https://ted.europa.eu/TED/notice/udl?uri=TED:NOTICE:314073-2018:TEXT:EN:HTML&src=0AbraçosÉ um programa conhecido que os Alemães conseguiram ganhar. O Boxer representa uma enorme evolução para o Exército Britânico, mas o "price tag" final é alucinante.
British armoured fighting vehicles arrive in OmanTwo Point class ships have transported over 200 vehicles for Exercise Saif Sareea 3 which will take place across Oman in October and November 2018.Saif Sareea 3 (SS3) is the third UK-Oman joint exercise, with the previous 2 taking place in 1986 and 2001. SS3 is the UK armed forces lead exercise this year and the largest joint exercise of its kind in 17 years.
Entretanto em terras de sua Majestade...http://www.navyrecognition.com/index.php/news/defence-news/2018/february-2018-navy-naval-defense-news/5943-raf-ch47-chinook-helicopter-aboard-hms-queen-elizabeth.htmlSaudações
Navio da Royal Navy, helicóptero da RAF, cadê o exército?
Two Chinooks from the Aircraft Test and Evaluation facility at MOD Boscombe Down arrived on board this morning as the carrier prepared to sail. The ship will be joined later by two Merlin Mk2 aircraft, with all four aircraft carrying specialist testing equipment.Captain Jerry Kyd, the Commanding Officer of HMS Queen Elizabeth, said: "After the excitement of our commissioning ceremony in December, my ship's company and our industry partners are looking forward to taking the ship to sea to conduct first of class rotary wing flying trials."These trials will involve operating different types of helicopter from the ship in all weather conditions and fully testing the myriad of on board systems that are designed to support aviation. This is an important milestone in the ship's progression towards embarking the F35-B Lightning jets later this year, and ultimately the achievement of carrier strike capability."
For the first time ever a giant RAF Chinook helicopter has been stowed in the hangar of a British aircraft carrier. With the nose protruding over the edge of one of HMS Queen Elizabeth’s two mighty aircraft lifts, the 99ft-long helicopter from RAF 7 Squadron was moved from the flight to the hangar deck.
O Army Air Corps do Exército Britânico só tem helis ligeiros e os Apache, os pesados de transporte (Puma, Chinook e anteriormente os Merlin) estão todos na RAF.