The avionics pack consists of improved radar, navigation, heads-up display, and several other equipment improvements.
The US DSCA has formally announced Morocco's request for 60 M109A5 155mm self-propelled howitzers, 30 HMMWV engines, 233 wheel assemblies, spare and repair parts, support and test equipment, publications and technical documentation, personnel training and training equipment, Quality Assurance Team support services, U.S. Government logistics personnel services, and other related elements of logistics support. The total value, if all options are exercised, could be as high as $29 million; if no Congressional opposition blocks the proposed sale within 30 days, the parties will be free to finalize a contract and complete the procurement.There will be a U.S. Government Quality Assurance Team in country for 1 year to check out the equipment. A Technical Assistance Field Team also will participate for 2-week intervals twice annually, to participate in program management and technical reviews.Morocco currently operates earlier version M109A1B self-propelled howitzers, and will use this new procurement to retire older artillery pieces and modernize its Army's fire support capability. On the US end, the equipment is considered long supply and is no longer utilized by the U.S. Government. The M109A5 stops short of the full M109A6 'Paladin' upgrade fielded with many US units, but it does feature a number of electronics and mechanical improvements. With Morocco's neighbor and rival Algeria in the middle of a $7.5 billion Russian arms buy, the country is looking to make judicious purchases that upgrade its own capabilities – French Rafale jets are also rumored to be in the pipeline.
boa noite a todos so novo no forum antes de todo peso desculpa pelo o vocabulario e gramatica portuguesa.general tes photo sont bien jolies elles contredises ce que tu dit exemple le f5 EST F5 ISRAELIEN.une derniere chose l espagne est tres bien equiper militairement par rapport au maroc source militaire.je suis portugais vivant en france
Israel and Morocco hold F-5 upgrade discussions MOROCCO AND ISRAEL are in secret negotiations over the latter country providing an upgrade of Moroccan air force Northrop F-5. The negotiations are believed to cover the upgrade of around 20 F-5s, which the air force uses in the fighter/ground-attack role. If successfully concluded, the deal would be the first Israeli upgrade of military equipment for a Muslim state. Morocco and Israel have recently established partial diplomatic relations. "Interest offices" in each country are used as the channel for growing economic relations. The air force of Morocco operates some 20 F-5E/Fs, and the upgrade programme is aimed at enhancing their combat capability. Two Israeli companies, Israel Aircraft Industries (IAI) and Elbit, are offering to carry out the work. IAI has upgraded the F-5s of the Chilean air force and Elbit is upgrading Singaporean F-5s. Potential elements of either upgrade could include improved cockpit avionics, including head-up displays, multi-function displays and weapons-delivery and navigation systems. Weapons upgrades could include the Rafael Python 3 infra-red-guided short-range air-to-air missile, with a variety of air-to-surface weaponry also on offer. Israel will supply ten Rafael Litening laser designation and navigation pods to Romania as part of its Mikoyan MiG-21MF Fishbed upgrade
Common Name: 2A14Calibre: 23×152mmOrigin: Tulamashzavod, Tula, Russia.Use: Armed forces: limited service. 280+ acquired. In use on ZU-23-2 twin AA mount on UNIMOG truck
desoler mais le f5 que tu nous montre est israelien il porte la croix de david sur le cote .