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« Responder #150 em: Agosto 31, 2008, 01:19:39 am »
T-90 exports
In the recent years the T-90 MBT, the export variant of which is called T-90S, has secured important export victories making it one of the most successful export MBTs of the last decade.

The first large contract was with India, for delivery of 310 MBTs (124 complete MBTs and 186 kits assembled by Indian enterprises); worth USD 700mln, it has been signed in February 2001 and concluded in 2004. The majority of supplied tanks has the welded turret, and they are equipped with the new 1000hp V-92S2 Chelyabinsk diesel and Essa night sight. They are not, however, equipped with the Shtora EOCMDAS, though there are reports that a separate contract for shipment of a modernized version of this suite is being discussed. According to the Indian newspapers, India plans to produce another 1000 T-90S MBTs (called "Bhishma" in Indian service) by 2020, which will require shipment of more components from Russia. In addition to this license arrangement, in October 2006 it was reported by Jane's that a new contract has been concluded, that will see another 330 full T-90S kits delivered to India.

A new deal has recently been concluded with Algeria. It is reported to be worth USD 1bln and involves shipment between 2007 and 2011 of 180 MBTs together with assorted ammunition, training means and support equipment. The tanks intended for Algeria (designated T-90SA) are mostly similar to the Indian ones, except that the kit includes laser sensors and anti-FLIR smoke grenades of Shtora EOCMDAS, an air conditioner, a KMT-8 mine sweep, and "Nakidka" thermal/radar/optical camouflage shroud.

There are reports that two more deals, with Lybia and Morocco, are in the works.
 

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« Responder #151 em: Março 11, 2009, 08:54:15 pm »
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marruecos compro a belgica unos 90 vehiculos blindados YPR-765 de buena ocasion  :arrow: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/AIFV
 

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« Responder #152 em: Março 12, 2009, 01:34:30 am »
Será que há mais à venda? Uns 60 davam um jeito para equipar os BIMec..
Ficavam os M-113 para apoio, porta-morteiros, ambulância, etc..
 

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« Responder #153 em: Março 12, 2009, 09:43:41 am »
Cuantos M109 tiene Marruecos?
Y cuantos MBT y de que modelos?
IFVs?


Es por curiosidad porque no tengo ni idea

Un saludo
 

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« Responder #154 em: Março 12, 2009, 12:51:00 pm »
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Cuantos M109 tiene Marruecos?
Y cuantos MBT y de que modelos?
IFVs?


Es por curiosidad porque no tengo ni idea

Un saludo


marruecos tiene un total de 144 M109  de diferentes versiones A1/A2/A3 y acaba de comprar ultimamente a EEUU unos 60 M109 A5  :wink:

 :arrow: http://www.accessmylibrary.com/coms2/su ... 644723_ITM



 

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« Responder #155 em: Junho 17, 2009, 11:45:20 am »
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Morocco - M109A5 155mm Self-propelled Howitzers
WASHINGTON, August 3, 2007 - The Defense Security Cooperation Agency notified Congress of a possible Foreign Military Sale to Morocco of M109A5 155mm self-propelled howitzers as well as associated equipment and services. The total value, if all options are exercised, could be as high as $29 million.
The Government of Morocco has requested a possible sale of 60 M109A5 155mm self-propelled howitzers, 30 High Mobility Multi-purpose Wheeled Vehicle 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 estimated cost is $29 million.
This sale will contribute to the foreign policy and national security of the United States by helping to improve the security of a friendly country that continues to be an important force for political stability and economic progress in North Africa.
Morocco currently operates M109A1B self-propelled howitzers and will use this new procurement to re-equip existing units, retire older artillery pieces, and modernize the Army’s fire support capability. Morocco will have no difficulty absorbing the howitzers into its armed forces.
The proposed sale of this equipment and support will not affect the basic military balance in the region.
No contractor is involved for this purchase of the howitzers. Equipment is considered long supply and is no longer utilized by the U.S. Government.
There will be a U.S. Government Quality Assurance Team in country for one year to check out the equipment. A Technical Assistance Field Team also will participate for two-week intervals twice annually to participate in program management and technical reviews.
There will be no adverse impact on U.S. defense readiness as a result of this proposed sale.
This notice of a potential sale is required by law; it does not mean that the sale has been concluded
"Que todo o mundo seja «Portugal», isto é, que no mundo toda a gente se comporte como têm comportado os portugueses na história"
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« Responder #156 em: Outubro 08, 2009, 05:04:38 pm »
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RELAÇOES BILATERAIS PORTUGAL/MARROCOS

06 A 17JUL09 DECORREU NO CTOE O ESTÁGIO DE OPERAÇÕES ESPECIAIS NO ÂMBITO RELAÇÕES BILATERIAS PORTUGAL/MARROCOS PARA 01 OFICIAL DO EXÉRCITO MARROQUINO
7/22/2009
7. Todos os animais são iguais mas alguns são mais iguais que os outros.

 

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Re: Everything about the Moroccan army
« Responder #157 em: Junho 30, 2010, 10:12:47 pm »
Soldat des FAR

 

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« Responder #158 em: Julho 01, 2010, 11:54:20 am »
ESta foto es de un entrenamiento de algunos paracaidistas de Marruecos en Inglaterra con una unidad británica destinada en Gibraltar (no llevan AK-47 sino SA-80 con dispositivo de prácticas). estos intercambios se hacen para permitir que los ingleses de Gibraltar se entrenen en Marruecos por la "especial" problemática de espacio que sufren.

La verdad es que las Fuerzas Armadas de Argelia se meriendan a las FAR en 3 días....sobre todo en el aire.
 

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Re: Everything about the Moroccan army
« Responder #159 em: Julho 04, 2010, 08:23:34 am »
Citação de: "YOMISMO"
ESta foto es de un entrenamiento de algunos paracaidistas de Marruecos en Inglaterra con una unidad británica destinada en Gibraltar (no llevan AK-47 sino SA-80 con dispositivo de prácticas). estos intercambios se hacen para permitir que los ingleses de Gibraltar se entrenen en Marruecos por la "especial" problemática de espacio que sufren.

La verdad es que las Fuerzas Armadas de Argelia se meriendan a las FAR en 3 días....sobre todo en el aire.


C'est plutôt Londre qui pourrait facilement mettre a genoux Madrid en une demie journée. Les Espagnols le savent, c'est d'ailleurs la raison pour laquelle ils ne répondent jamais aux provocations de la puissante Royal Navy.
La dernière fois que nous avons affronter l'ANP, c'était en 1976..Nous avons tués des centaines de soldat et fait prisonniers +200!

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Quid 2005 - page 1325a:
27/29-1, Amgala: combats mar-alg, alg:200 morts, 100 prisonniers, se retirent.
 

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« Responder #160 em: Julho 04, 2010, 08:36:26 am »
African Lion 2010

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Re: Everything about the Moroccan army
« Responder #161 em: Julho 04, 2010, 08:46:03 am »
African Lion 2010

C'est la première fois durant un exercise international que les FAR utilisent des KORNET.. c34x








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U.S. and Moroccan troops wrap up exercise African Lion 2010

6/15/2010 By Maj. Paul Greenberg , Marine Forces Reserve

CAP DRAA TRAINING AREA, Morocco — U.S. service members taking part in African Lion 2010 wrapped up their training here June 9 in a final combined arms exercise with the Royal Moroccan Army.

“African Lion in Morocco is very important for both the Marine Corps and the United States government. This is a strategic relationship with one of the United States’ oldest allies,” said Marine Corps Reserve Maj. Gordon Hilbun, assistant operations officer for Task Force African Lion. “This relationship maintains a strong collaborative training opportunity for both militaries and ensures that the Marine Corps maintains its expeditionary capabilities and mindset.

More than 1,000 Marines, sailors and U.S. Air and Army national guardsmen participated in African Lion this year, with the preponderance of troops coming from Marine Forces Reserve units throughout the United States.
This is the seventh year in a row that U.S. troops have come here for this exercise, which Marine Corps Forces Africa, headquartered in Stuttgart, Germany, has the lead on facilitating.

The final exercise was a culmination of more than four months of planning, mass logistical movements and detailed coordination between U.S. and Moroccan diplomatic and military leadership.
In the exercise scenario, several enemy mechanized units had intentionally crossed into Moroccan territory. A joint U.S. and Moroccan task force was formed to repulse the enemy with a combination of air and ground capabilities. These included helicopters, tanks, armored vehicles, artillery, mortars, combat engineers and mobile assault platoons.

After Moroccan Kornet guided missiles initiated the attack, combat engineers from 4th Combat Engineer Battalion in Roanoake, Va., used their Bangalore torpedoes to blast a hole through the breach.
“It was excellent,” said Cpl. John Saunders, a reserve Marine with 4th CEB who helped to emplace the 33 pounds of high explosives and secured the fuse igniter systems. “Our goal from the time we dismounted, emplaced the charge and withdrew was 90 seconds, and we beat it. When that bunker buster went off, it was incredible.”

The Moroccan Army provided the air power with Gazelle helicopters strafing their targets with missiles.

U.S. and Moroccan tanks closed in, hammering old tank hulks with high-explosive rounds and machine gun fire.
The American M1A1 Abrams tanks came from Company F, 4th Tank Battalion headquartered at Camp Lejeune, N.C.

“It was a good show, and great practice maneuvering and firing as a platoon,” said platoon commander 2nd Lt. Peter Heiman, who is on his first deployment as an officer in the Marine Corps Reserve. “The Moroccan tankers seem to really know their stuff.”

Heiman explained that earlier in the week, he and his Marines had the chance to meet with the Moroccan tankers, climb inside their tanks and shoot their weapons.

“It was really great training,” said Heiman, “One of their sergeants had been on the same tank for 26 years. One thing I can say is that they’re really experienced.”

Cpl. Matthew Ross, a 23-year-old vehicle commander with 4th Light Armored Reconnaissance Battalion in Quantico, Va., also had the chance to work with Moroccan troops prior to and during the final exercise.

“My initial impression is that they are very professional,” said Ross, a five-year reserve Marine who is a senior at Georgetown University. “They know what they need to be doing at all times. There is no laissez faire leadership. They’re like us; mission oriented. They always knew what was going on.”

A linguistics major with a focus on Arabic and Dari languages, the exercise gave a Ross both a chance to exert his leadership as a first-time vehicle command and to practice Arabic with the Moroccan soldiers.

“There are a lot of things you can take away from the exercise,” said Ross. “It proves to the Marines that you can work with a foreign military force in a (military to military) exercise and see that they can have an equal level of professionalism. We can integrate with foreign militaries if the mission dictates. The Marines at the (noncommissioned officer) level have confidence that they can work successfully with a foreign military that speaks another language, and with a culture that is really different. There is a very specific commonality between them and our Marines: military professionalism.”

While the tanks were blasting away at their targets, Marine Corps mortarmen from Weapons Company, 2nd Battalion, 24th Marine Regiment fired their 81 millimeter mortar rounds.

“This was a very positive experience overall,” said Sgt. Timothy Gena a reserve Marine mortars section leader with Weapons Company, who also had the chance to train with his Moroccan counterparts prior to the final exercise.

“They have the French and Spanish versions of the weapons (81 millimeter mortars), but it’s the same concept. What was amazing is that we were able to work with them without an interpreter, and these guys, (the Moroccans) were really good. This kind of thing is very important, especially for the junior Marines, who may not have done this before, or who might have had a negative experience in the past. It’s great to come here for (annual reserve training) and come away with a respect for the Moroccans. I think we had a mutual respect here.”

While the troops on the ground put the pincers on the notional enemy forces, the U.S. and Moroccan senior leadership sat together watching the fiery show from a vantage point on a hill nearby.

After the successful completion of the live-fire, Moroccan Gen. Abdul Al Aziz Benani, General of the Royal Moroccan Army Corps, spoke to the American delegation, which included Samuel L. Kaplan, the U.S. ambassador to Morocco, and Marine Corps Reserve Maj. Gen. James M. Croley, the 4th Marine Aircraft Wing commanding general.

“This is a beautiful thing, when you shoot and hit your target,” said Benani. “I want to tell you how satisfied we are, and I want to thank you for your work to make this exercise successful.”

Although this year’s African Lion has come to a close, U.S. and Moroccan planners are already looking at next year’s exercise, which is expected to bring even more Marine Forces Reserve units here and involve a broader range of U.S. and Moroccan troops.

“The evolution of this exercise would entail an amphibious offload and a larger training force to include expanding our current combined training relationship with Moroccan forces,” said Hilbun. “Marine Forces Africa is becoming a focus of effort for the Marine Corps. This exercise provides us with continued access to one of our key strategic partners in Africa as the United States continues to maintain a national focus on expanding our involvement on the African continent.”
 

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Re: Everything about the Moroccan army
« Responder #162 em: Julho 04, 2010, 11:06:59 am »
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Citação de: "YOMISMO"
ESta foto es de un entrenamiento de algunos paracaidistas de Marruecos en Inglaterra con una unidad británica destinada en Gibraltar (no llevan AK-47 sino SA-80 con dispositivo de prácticas). estos intercambios se hacen para permitir que los ingleses de Gibraltar se entrenen en Marruecos por la "especial" problemática de espacio que sufren.

La verdad es que las Fuerzas Armadas de Argelia se meriendan a las FAR en 3 días....sobre todo en el aire.


C'est plutôt Londre qui pourrait facilement mettre a genoux Madrid en une demie journée. Les Espagnols le savent, c'est d'ailleurs la raison pour laquelle ils ne répondent jamais aux provocations de la puissante Royal Navy.
La dernière fois que nous avons affronter l'ANP, c'était en 1976..Nous avons tués des centaines de soldat et fait prisonniers +200!

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Quid 2005 - page 1325a:
27/29-1, Amgala: combats mar-alg, alg:200 morts, 100 prisonniers, se retirent.

Yo diria que es al reves. Continuamente suspenden maniobras y ejercicios sobre Gibraltar por la presion que ejerce España y tienen que irse a Marruecos, no les queda otro remedio. Saben que tienen todas las de perder.

Me parece lamentable que un pais sumido en la pobreza y el desarrollo  presuma de cacharros militares mientras su pueblo nada en la ignorancia y el hambre y su rey posee una de las mayores fortunas de la tierra.
 

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« Responder #163 em: Julho 04, 2010, 12:48:16 pm »
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TORNADOES EXERCISE IN MOROCCAN AIRSPACE AFTER SPAIN’S REFUSAL

by Brian Reyes

Spain refused permission for the Royal Air Force Tornadoes currently in Gibraltar to use a Spanish-controlled NATO exercise area in the Mediterranean, it emerged yesterday.

The RAF jets were told to avoid Spanish airspace and stay in an adjacent zone controlled by Morocco, which had raised no concerns as to their presence.

British military jets en route to or from Gibraltar routinely avoid flying over Spanish airspace because of Madrid's objections.

But the RAF has regularly used the NATO training area in the past and the block on this occasion came as a surprise.

"We originally applied to the Spanish, who control the airspace in the northern half of the Mediterranean training area and, simultaneously, to the Moroccans who control the southern half," a Ministry of Defence spokesman said.

"The Moroccans gave us authority to use the southern half on the dates in question whilst the Spanish refused our request."

"In recent memory, this is the first time they've turned down a request without offering a good reason for it,"

In any event, the impasse did not impact on the exercise itself, which was conducted with good results in Moroccan airspace.
http://www.chronicle.gi/headlines_details.php?id=19372
 

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Re: Everything about the Moroccan army
« Responder #164 em: Julho 05, 2010, 11:42:33 am »
Marrocos tem todos os argumentos do mundo para manter  umas forças armadas bem treinadas e equipadas. A razao nao sera somente a questao que tem com Espanha em relaçao a Ceuta e Melilla mas tambem e sobretudo o conflito que o opoe à Argelia , à frente Polisario e à Uniao Africana... e quem sabe no futuro, a uma oposiçao integrista armada a nivel interno...

Marrocos é um pais encruzilhada entre a Europa e a Africa e entre o mundo muçulmano e o mundo ocidental. Aqui se encontram e misturam concepçoes de vida diferentes e o equilibrio nem sempre é facil de manter, prova do que digo é a dificuldade que o governo de S.M. Mohamed VI tem em implementar algumas reformas nalgumas areas, como a familia ou os direitos das mulheres na sociedade marroquina.

Dizer do Rei de Marrocos que tem uma das maiores fortunas da Terra e que gasta muito dinheiro com as suas Forças armadas ao mesmo tempo que o seu povo passa fome, penso que nao é bem verdade !...  Na Argélia sim, isso é verdade : esta republica tem enormes reservas de dinheiro que lhe vêm do petroleo e do gaz, mas este dinheiro so serve à clique de generais e outros baroes do FLN, enquanto a juventude argelina é ostracizada e condenada à emigraçao ou à rebeliao armada nas fileiras dos integristas. O contraste é chocante entre esta Argelia republicana dos generais e as monarquias petroliferas do Golfo que, tendo muito pouco de democracias, velam pelo bem estar material dos seus subditos : quem é que ja viu um emigrante de origem saudita ou omani a limpar as ruas da europa ?  

Marrocos nao pertence à OTAN nem à Uniao Africana nem tem ninguem que o defenda em caso de agressao ;  na realidade, so pode contar consigo mesmo em caso de conflito interno ou externo, nao é normal que a sua politica de defesa seja em consequencia ?
A pior das ditaduras é a que se disfarça de democracia
 

 

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