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« em: Janeiro 21, 2005, 04:32:25 pm »
Republic of Singapore Navy Acquires Six New Naval Helicopters
 
 
(Source: Singapore Ministry of Defence; issued Jan. 21, 2005)
 
 
 MINDEF has signed a contract with Sikorsky Aircraft Corporation of the United States to acquire six new Sikorsky S-70B naval helicopters which will operate off the Republic of Singapore Navy’s (RSN) new frigates.  
 
The acquisition of naval helicopters, equipped with advanced anti-surface and anti-submarine warfare sensors and weapons, is a significant milestone in the RSN’s force development.  
 
The naval helicopters are projected for delivery to the RSN between 2008 and 2010.  
 
This acquisition will enhance the RSN’s capability to undertake a wide spectrum of missions and carry out its mission of defending Singapore and its vital sea lines of communications more effectively.  
 
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« Responder #1 em: Janeiro 28, 2005, 07:27:22 pm »
Launch of Second Locally Built Frigate
 
 
(Source: Singapore Ministry of Defence; issued Jan. 28, 2005)
 
 
 The Republic of Singapore Navy's (RSN) third frigate, RSS Steadfast, was launched on 28 Jan 2005, by Mrs Tony Tan Keng Yam, wife of Deputy Prime Minister and Co-ordinating Minister for Security and Defence Dr Tony Tan Keng Yam, at Singapore Technologies Marine yard. DPM Tan officiated at the launching ceremony.  
 
The launch of RSS Steadfast, the second locally built frigate, is an important milestone in the RSN’s frigate programme. The RSN’s stealth frigates will be equipped with advanced sensor and weapon systems, and have enhanced anti-air, anti-surface and anti-submarine warfare capabilities.  
 
When the RSN’s frigates come into service from 2007 onwards, the Navy’s ability to undertake a wider spectrum of missions and carry out its missions of defending Singapore and its vital Sea Lines of Communications (SLOCs) will be enhanced.  
 
The ceremony was witnessed by Minister for Defence Teo Chee Hean, MINDEF and SAF officials.  
 
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« Responder #2 em: Julho 15, 2005, 02:44:40 pm »
Launch of RSN's Fourth Frigate
 
 
(Source: Singapore Ministry of Defence; issued July 15, 2005)
 
 
 The Republic of Singapore Navy's (RSN) fourth frigate, RSS Tenacious was launched on 15 July 2005, by Mrs Lalitha Jayakumar, wife of Deputy Prime Minister and Minister for Law, Prof S. Jayakumar, at Singapore Technologies Marine yard. Prof Jayakumar officiated at the launching ceremony.  
 
The launch of RSS Tenacious marks another milestone for the Formidable-class frigate programme. She is the third frigate to be built locally. In the next phase, RSS Tenacious will undergo harbour and sea trials.  
 
The RSN stealth frigates’ sophisticated sensor and weapon systems are concurrently undergoing shore-based integration testing while the ships are being built. This will mean significant time savings. With their enhanced anti-air, anti-surface and anti-submarine warfare capabilities, the frigates will enable the RSN to undertake a wide spectrum of missions and more effectively carry out its mission of defending Singapore and its vital Sea Lines of Communications (SLOCs).  
 
Minister for Manpower and Acting Minister for Defence, Dr Ng Eng Hen, and other senior MINDEF and SAF officials were also present at the launch.  
 
 
BACKGROUND NOTES:  
 
--In March 2000, MINDEF signed a contract with Direction des Constructions Navales (DCN) of France for the construction of six frigates for the Republic of Singapore Navy (RSN). DCN had designed and built the French Navy’s low signature La Fayette-class frigates. Under the technology transfer arrangement, DCN designed and built the first ship while the other five are built locally by Singapore Technologies Marine. These Formidable-class frigates will replace the RSN’s Missile Gunboats, which would have been in service for more than 25 years.  
 
--The new frigates are highly capable warships. They are stealthy and equipped with advanced combat systems. They also have longer endurance, being able to stay at sea for longer periods. Each frigate is designed to carry a medium-class helicopter which can complement the ship in Anti-surface and Anti-submarine warfare. By leveraging on a high level of automation and enhanced work processes, each frigate requires a crew of only 71.  
 
--The frigates will be equipped with advanced state-of-the-art combat capabilities allowing them to perform a wide spectrum of missions and to deal with various threats in all dimensions of naval warfare – surface, air and underwater. These systems include the Thales Herakles Multi-function Radar (MFR), the MBDA Aster SAM System, the EDO Active Low Frequency Towed Sonar (ALOFTS) system, the Eurotorp A244S torpedo and the Boeing Harpoon missile system. There is an indigenously developed Combat Management System (CMS) for command and control of the various sensor and weapon systems.  
 
--The platform characteristics, the combat systems configuration and a computer-aided design picture of the RSN’s Formidable-class frigates are detailed in the appendix to this fact sheet.  
 
--The frigate programme is progressing smoothly. All six frigates are in various stages of construction. Three have already been launched and are now in the final phases of construction.  
 
--In tandem with the frigates’ construction, the combat system integration effort has also gradually intensified over the course of this year. The Shore Based Integration Centre (SBIC) has been set up in Changi Naval Base to allow the combat system suppliers, using the actual equipment and software, to test and demonstrate the exchange of information over the local area network, which closely replicates the one on the ship. The laboratory environment of the SBIC allows the integration team to run the required sequence of tests and to initiate trouble shooting and rectification measures before testing on board the ship commences.  
 
--The frigates’ systems are also being put through various operational scenarios for extensive testing employing simulators. The shore-based integration testing approach will shorten the time taken for integration and help bring forward the delivery of the frigates by almost a year.  
 
--The frigate programme represents the continuous effort of the RSN to improve its capabilities and enhance the operational effectiveness of the SAF.  
 
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Re: Marinha de Singapura
« Responder #3 em: Abril 30, 2016, 10:25:14 pm »


Formidable Class  (derivative of French Lafayette Stealth Frigates)

First one built in France, the other five locally: Formidable, Intrepid, Steadfast,  Tenacious, Stewart and Supreme



RSS Steadfast



RSS Formidable
 

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« Responder #4 em: Maio 27, 2016, 09:12:11 pm »
Singapore receives first LMV 27th May 2016 - 11:02  by Chen Chuanren in Singapore




The Republic of Singapore Navy (RSN) took delivery of its first Littoral Mission Vessel (LMV), RSS Independence, from shipbuilder ST Marine on 26 May.

Independence, launched on 3 July 2015, completed harbour trials and platform acceptance tests prior to delivery to Tuas Naval Base, where it will belong to 182 Squadron of the Maritime Security Task Force.

After having completed installation of all combat and sensor systems, the next step for Independence will be installation, checkout, integration and testing (ICIT), according to Singapore’s Ministry of Defence.

From photos released, it can be seen that Independence has been fitted with an OTO Melera Super Rapid 76mm main gun, 12.7mm OTO Melera Hitrole, water cannons and a stack mast housing the Thales NS100 3D surveillance radar.

Independence will be commissioned next year. The RSN has eight LMVs on order, all of which are expected to be fully operational by 2020.



https://www.shephardmedia.com/news/imps-news/singapore-receives-first-lmv/

http://www.naval-technology.com/projects/independence-class-littoral-mission-vessel-lmv/

PS : Os classe TEJO lá do Sítio, pelo menos no que concerne á guarnição de 23 elementos........Parecido !!!!!!

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« Responder #5 em: Maio 27, 2016, 10:52:59 pm »
Singapore receives first LMV 27th May 2016 - 11:02  by Chen Chuanren in Singapore




The Republic of Singapore Navy (RSN) took delivery of its first Littoral Mission Vessel (LMV), RSS Independence, from shipbuilder ST Marine on 26 May.

Independence, launched on 3 July 2015, completed harbour trials and platform acceptance tests prior to delivery to Tuas Naval Base, where it will belong to 182 Squadron of the Maritime Security Task Force.

After having completed installation of all combat and sensor systems, the next step for Independence will be installation, checkout, integration and testing (ICIT), according to Singapore’s Ministry of Defence.

From photos released, it can be seen that Independence has been fitted with an OTO Melera Super Rapid 76mm main gun, 12.7mm OTO Melera Hitrole, water cannons and a stack mast housing the Thales NS100 3D surveillance radar.

Independence will be commissioned next year. The RSN has eight LMVs on order, all of which are expected to be fully operational by 2020.



https://www.shephardmedia.com/news/imps-news/singapore-receives-first-lmv/

http://www.naval-technology.com/projects/independence-class-littoral-mission-vessel-lmv/

PS : Os classe TEJO lá do Sítio, pelo menos no que concerne á guarnição de 23 elementos........Parecido !!!!!!

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Uma peça de 76mm para meter na ordem os pescadores de Corvina lá da zona, um canhão de 25 mm para os contrabandistas de cocos e lá está as calibre .50 para o caso de encontrar e poder assustar os "nossos" pescadores e traficantes. Uns exagerados estes tipos de Singapura...  ;D ;D


Saudações ;D :P
 
"Nunca, no campo dos conflitos humanos, tantos deveram tanto a tão poucos." W.Churchil

http://mimilitary.blogspot.pt/
 
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Re: Marinha de Singapura
« Responder #6 em: Maio 27, 2016, 11:34:11 pm »

Uma peça de 76mm para meter na ordem os pescadores de Corvina lá da zona, um canhão de 25 mm para os contrabandistas de cocos e lá está as calibre .50 para o caso de encontrar e poder assustar os "nossos" pescadores e traficantes. Uns exagerados estes tipos de Singapura...  ;D ;D


Saudações ;D :P
 

Não te esqueças que Singapura está numa zona do globo "ligeiramente" mais quente que nós!!  8)

Aquele Mar da China é uma panela de pressão prestes a rebentar..
 

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Re: Marinha de Singapura
« Responder #7 em: Maio 28, 2016, 12:12:39 am »

Uma peça de 76mm para meter na ordem os pescadores de Corvina lá da zona, um canhão de 25 mm para os contrabandistas de cocos e lá está as calibre .50 para o caso de encontrar e poder assustar os "nossos" pescadores e traficantes. Uns exagerados estes tipos de Singapura...  ;D ;D


Saudações ;D :P
 

Não te esqueças que Singapura está numa zona do globo "ligeiramente" mais quente que nós!!  8)

Aquele Mar da China é uma panela de pressão prestes a rebentar..
Meu caro, eu diria que não só geograficamente tem diferenças mas também é uma questão cultural. É que nos portugueses em 800 anos de história em que distribuimos mas também levamos"fruta" continuamos a achar que só faz sentido orar a santa bárbara quando troveja (vejamos que em época de calmaria planificamos os npo com serviços mínimos e mesmo quando agora já temos a confusão no mediterrâneo e a pirataria na Guiné passamos de 30 mm para calibre .50). Já em Singapura não se espera que o céu lhes caía em cima antes de se armarem até aos dentes. Numa história curta aprenderam isso. Nós, enfim...

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"Nunca, no campo dos conflitos humanos, tantos deveram tanto a tão poucos." W.Churchil

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« Responder #8 em: Fevereiro 03, 2020, 10:09:51 am »

The Republic of Singapore Navy (RSN)'s fleet of Littoral Mission Vessels (LMVs) at Tuas Naval Base.



Minister for Manpower and Second Minister for Home Affairs Josephine Teo officiated at the commissioning ceremony of the Republic of Singapore Navy (RSN)'s Littoral Mission Vessels (LMVs) RSS Fortitude, RSS Dauntless and RSS Fearless at Tuas Naval Base January 31, 2020.

Xavier Vavasseur  03 Feb 2020

Singapore MINDEF news release

The commissioning of the final three LMVs marks a significant milestone for the RSN as all eight LMVs are operationalised, strengthening the Navy’s capabilities to safeguard Singapore’s waters, protect its Sea Lines of Communication and contribute to regional peace and security.

Speaking at the commissioning ceremony, Mrs Teo congratulated the RSN and her partners for the successful completion and operationalisation of all eight LMVs within a short span of just four and a half years since the launch of the first LMV, saying that this was an outstanding feat. She also commended the RSN’s ability to turn constraints into opportunity, successfully achieving significant manpower savings. “The LMVs will play a vital role in strengthening the RSN’s ability to defend our everyday… They are quintessentially Singaporean, being designed and built in Singapore by Singaporeans, for Singaporeans. Testament to our people’s determination to defend our way of life despite our constraints, the vessels are ingeniously designed to overcome manpower limitations,” she said.

Designed and built locally, the Independence-class LMVs are equipped with smarter technology and sharper capabilities to enable the RSN to operate more efficiently and effectively. The ship pushes the boundaries of engineering and design to deliver a more capable, faster and mission-flexible ship. Besides advanced radars and sensors, and improved sense-making systems to enhance situation awareness and accelerate decision-making, the concept of ‘design for support’ was incorporated upfront. For example, the mast of the LMV is designed to house the ship’s sensors internally to shield them from the harsh maritime environment and provide easier access for maintenance. The design change has halved the workload for maintenance compared to the Patrol Vessels they replaced, enabling the LMVs to be manned with a leaner crew.

RSS Fortitude, RSS Dauntless and RSS Fearless are the final three LMVs that will replace the ageing Fearless-class Patrol Vessels, which have been in service for more than 20 years. The LMVs have participated in inter-agency operations, such as security operations for the DPRK-US Singapore Summit, and the recent rescue efforts of the merchant vessel Hoyu when it caught fire in November 2019. In addition, the LMVs were involved in overseas exercises, such as the inaugural ASEAN Multilateral Naval Exercise in Thailand in 2017, as well as local exercises such as Exercise Highcrest.

Also present at the ceremony were Chief of Navy Rear-Admiral Lew Chuen Hong as well as senior officials from the Ministry of Defence and the Singapore Armed Forces.

https://www.navalnews.com/naval-news/2020/02/singapore-navy-commissions-final-three-littoral-mission-vessels/
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