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Re: Everything about the Moroccan army
« Responder #165 em: Julho 05, 2010, 12:35:46 pm »
Interesante punto de vista, mas equivocado en dos puntos.
1 Ceuta y Melilla en ningun momento de la historia fueron de Marruecos, no hay nada que reclamar ni devolver.
2 El Sahara esta ocupado ilegalmente y el frente polisario reclama y lucha por sus derechos frente al invasor marroquí. Es un territorio Autonomo sin soberania cedida y pendiente de resolucion. Nadie reconoce lo que Marruecos hace.
Eso no justifica mantener un ejercito. Y El Rey de Marruecos SI posee una de las mayores fortunas de la tierra mientras su pueblo casi pasa hambre. No hace mucho usaba los Hercules del ejercito para trasnportar su coleccion de deportivos de lujo.

Bajo mi punto de vista lo que si puede justificarlo es la amenaza integrista y radical islamica. Ciertamente Marruecos puede hacer mucho en ese sentido.

Lo que si me parece correcto es el comentario sobre Argelia, un pais con enormes recursos controlado por 4 jeques y sin atisbo de democracia alguna.

¿Se respira mas libertad en Marruecos que en Argelia?
 

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Re: Everything about the Moroccan army
« Responder #166 em: Julho 05, 2010, 02:54:57 pm »
Caro Old,
Eu equivoquei-me em 2 pontos ? Vc se calhar leu às pressas o meu comentario :)

Eu nao disse que Marrocos tinha direitos sobre Ceuta e Melilla ; disse que esta "questao" existe !
Na minha opiniao aquelas praças ja eram espanholas antes da criaçao do Estado de Marrocos e assim devem continuar ...

Quanto ao Sahara Ocidental, o facto é que este conflito tambem existe, independentemente de Marrocos ter ou nao razao.
Contudo, penso que Marrocos tem efectivamente direitos sobre esta regiao . Poderei argumentar facilmente neste sentido se achar necessario.

As criticas que faz ao Rei de Marrocos e à sua "fortuna", tambem as pode fazer à maioria dos chefes de estado do mundo ocidental, por exemplo : os Estados Unidos que gastam bilioes nas suas forças armadas e os politicos americanos que sao escandalosamente ricos, mas uma boa parte da populaçao americana que nao tem acesso aos cuidados basicos de saude ou  vive na pobreza mais abjecta...ou ainda certo membro do governo francês que gasta 12 000 euros em charutos à conta do contribuinte...

Quanto à sua pergunta : "¿Se respira mas libertad en Marruecos que en Argelia? "
 - SIM ! Mil vezes SIM !!!  ha muito mais liberdade em Marrocos que na Argélia . Ja estive em Marrocos varias vezes (inclusivé no Sahara ocidental) e ja trabalhei na Argélia. Neste ultimo pais respira-se a opressao e o medo, as pessoas têm receio de falar com os ocidentais, as autoridades sao secas, antipaticas e suspiciosas, existe um real clima de repressao. Em Marrocos as pessoas sao muito mais descomplexadas afaveis e abertas, as autoridades sao firmes mas correctas e sabem ouvir,  nada a vêr com a Argélia !!

Pôr em causa a monarquia marroquina é pôr em causa a establidade na regiao. Existira perigo sim, se um regime extremista ocupar o poder em Marrocos...
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Re: Everything about the Moroccan army
« Responder #167 em: Julho 27, 2010, 08:02:02 pm »
"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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Re: Everything about the Moroccan army
« Responder #168 em: Julho 27, 2010, 09:41:52 pm »
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Re: Everything about the Moroccan army
« Responder #169 em: Julho 27, 2010, 09:43:17 pm »
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AIRSHOW-General Atomics sees growing demand for drones

Tue Jul 20, 2010 7:48pm EDT

* Exports approved to Saudi Arabia and others

* US Navy considering use on aircraft carriers

By Andrea Shalal-Esa

FARNBOROUGH, England, July 20 (Reuters) - General Atomics, which has already sold 435 Predator drones in recent years, sees growing demand for its unmanned planes, including a high-flying new successor to the Predator being considered by the U.S. Navy for use on aircraft carriers as soon as 2018.

General Atomics has already received export licenses to sell an unarmed export version of the Predator to Saudi Arabia, Egypt, U.A.E. and Morocco, and has applied for a license to sell to Pakistan, said company spokeswoman Kimberly Kasitz. :G-beer2:

The plane is widely used in Iraq and Afghanistan by U.S. troops, and is also flown by Italy, Turkey and Britain.

Its use in nearly one hundred missile strikes on Pakistani territory, as cited by the Washington-based New America Foundation, has triggered debate over the ethics of "robot warfare."

Christopher Ames, a retired Navy admiral and head of General Atomics' business development, said his company had benefitted by spending its own money to develop new technologies before pitching them to the Pentagon, and it continues to do the same thing with follow-on variants.

"We're an example of how the system should work," he said in an interview at the Farnborough Airshow.

Chairman Neal Blue, who bought the company from General Dynamics for $50 million in 1986, acknowledged in 2008 Defense News interview that the company spent about 11 percent of its annual revenues on research and development, a level far higher than most publicly traded defense companies.

Blue began work on an unmanned plane about two decades ago, long before drones became as widespread as they are now. His ability to continuing working on the planes, without the pressure of shareholders demanding short-term returns, helped nurture a technology now synonomous with modern warfare.

"It's an exciting time," Ames told Reuters at the Farnborough Airshow, noting that he was drawn to General Atomics because of the promise of unmanned planes.

As a naval strike group commander after the 2004 tsunami, Ames had to divert helicopters that could have been delivering food and water to survivors to scour the seas for survivors.

"If we had had the Predator ... even just one, it would have saved lives," he said.

The Avenger model had a first flight in April and is now in flight testing. The drone flies at speeds of around 400 knots and can reach 50,000 feet, about 15,000 feet shy of the altitude achieved by Northrop Grumman Corp's (NOC.N) Global Hawk, at a fraction of the price.

It can carry the same kind of sophisticated cameras and sensors as Global Hawk, but unlike the higher-flying Northrop plane, General Atomics' Avenger can carry weapons, Ames said, noting that the new plane could well factor into the Pentagon's plans to develop a new long-range strike capability.

Those capabilities, coupled with a low cost of $4 million to $15 million, have sparked growing demand from the military, from U.S. homeland security officials and from many foreign countries such as Britain, Saudi Arabia, Turkey, Australia and Spain, Ames said.

"They're proven. They're affordable. It's a no-brainer," Ames said.

Spokeswoman Kasitz said the company's success had generated strong interest from other defense contractors interested in acquiring the privately held San Diego-based company. But Blue told her again on Tuesday, "We are constantly approached by other companies and we are not interested in selling."
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Re: Everything about the Moroccan army
« Responder #170 em: Julho 30, 2010, 05:02:09 pm »
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Re: Everything about the Moroccan army
« Responder #171 em: Agosto 01, 2010, 10:57:47 pm »
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Transfers of major conventional weapons: sorted by supplier. Deals with deliveries or orders made for year range 1990 to 2009
Note: The ‘No. delivered/produced’ and the ‘Year(s) of deliveries’ columns refer to all deliveries since the beginning of the contract. Deals in which the recipient was involved in the production of the weapon system are listed separately. The ‘Comments’ column includes publicly reported information on the value of the deal. Information on the sources and methods used in the collection of the data, and explanations of the conventions, abbreviations and acronyms, can be found at URL <http://www.sipri.org/contents/armstrad/at_data.html>. The SIPRI Arms Transfers Database is continuously updated as new information becomes available.
Source: SIPRI Arms Transfers Database
Information generated: 01 August 2010

   
Supplier/             Year   Year(s)   No.   
   recipient (R)   No.   Weapon   Weapon   of order/   of   delivered/   
   or licenser (L)   ordered   designation   description   licence   deliveries   produced   Comments
   
   
Belarus
R: Morocco   (100)   T-72B   Tank   (1999)   1999-2000   100   Ex-Belarusian; modernized before delivery; incl 12 T-72BK; no. could be 48
   
Belgium
R: Morocco   (43)   M-109A1 155mm   Self-propelled gun   2006   2008   43   Ex-Belgian; M-109A2 version
   
Canada
R: Morocco   24   PT-6   Turboprop   2009         For 24 PC-9 (T-6C) trainer aircraft from USA
   
Denmark
R: Morocco   2   Osprey-55   Patrol craft   1989   1990   2   Moroccan designation El Hahiq
   
France
R: Morocco   80   AMX-10RC   Armoured car   1978   1981-1990   (80)   Financed by Saudi Arabia
           (192)   HOT-2   Anti-tank missile   1987   1988-1991   (192)   For use with light vehicle-mounted HOT Commando launchers
           28   AMX-10RC   Armoured car   1990   1991-1992   (28)   
           2   OPV-64   OPV   1993   1995-1996   2   Moroccan designation Rais Bargach
           2   OPV-64   OPV   1994   1996-1997   2   Moroccan designation Rais Bargach
           1   LSS-69m   Support ship   1995   1997   1   Moroccan designation Dakhla
           (10)   AMX-Mk-F3 15mm   Self-propelled gun   (1996)   1997   10   Probably ex-French
           1   OPV-64   OPV   1996   1997   1   Moroccan designation Rais Bargach
           52   MILAN   Anti-tank missile   1997   1997   52   Designation uncertain
           2   Floreal   OPV   1998   2002   (2)   $130-140 m deal; Moroccan designation Mohammed-5
           (10)   MM-38 Exocet   Anti-ship missile   (1999)   2002   (10)   Probably second-hand; for Floreal (Mohammed-5) OPVs
           (3)   AS-565MB Panther   Helicopter   (2000)   2001-2002   (3)   For use on Floreal (Mohammed-5) OPV
           50   AASM   ASM   2005         Part of EUR350 m deal; for modernized Mirage F-1 combat aircraft
           . .   MICA   BVRAAM   2005         Part of EUR350 m deal; for modernized Mirage F-1 combat aircraft
           (27)   RDY   Aircraft radar   2005         Part of EUR350 m deal for modernization of 27 Moroccan Mirage F-1 combat aircraft; RC-400 version
           (27)   Damocles   Aircraft El/Op system   2006         Part of EUR350 m deal; for modernized Mirage F-1 combat aircraft
           1   FREMM   Frigate   2008         EUR470 m deal; delivery 2013
              MICA   BVRAAM   2008         MICA VLS version; for SIGMA frigates
           (15)   MM-40-3 Exocet   Anti-ship missile   (2008)         For FREMM frigate
           (25)   MM-40 Exocet   Anti-ship missile   (2008)         MM-40 Block-2 version; for SIGMA frigates
           4   OPV-70   OPV   2008         Delivery from 2010
           6   PA-6   Diesel engine (SH)   2008         For 3 SIGMA frigates from Netherlands
   
Italy
R: Morocco   2   Super Rapid 76mm   Naval gun   1999   2002   2   For 2 Floreal (Mohammed-5) frigates from France
           4   C-27J Spartan   Transport aircraft   2008         EUR130 m deal
           8   Super Rapid 76mm   Naval gun   2008         For 1 FREMM frigate and 4 OPV-70 OPV from France and 3 SIGMA frigates from Netherlands
   
Multiple sellers
R: Morocco   (50)   MU-90 Impact   ASW torpedo   (2008)         For FREMM and SIGMA frigates
   
Netherlands
R: Morocco   2   WM-20   Fire control radar   1999   2002   2   Probably second-hand; for 2 Floreal frigates from France; WM-28 version
           3   SIGMA-90   Frigate   2008         EUR510 m deal; incl 2 SIGMA-9813 and 1 SIGMA-10513 version; delivery 2012-2014
   
Russia
R: Morocco   (12)   2S6M Tunguska   Mobile AD system   2005   2005-2008   (12)   $250 m deal
           (300)   9M311/SA-19 Grison   SAM   2005   2005-2008   (300)   For 2S6 AD systems
   
Saudi Arabia
R: Morocco   (35)   FH-70 155mm   Towed gun   (1991)   1993   (35)   Ex-Saudi
   
Spain
R: Morocco   7   CN-235   Transport aircraft   1989   1990   7   Deal worth $99 m; CN-235-100 version; incl 1 for VIP transport
   
Switzerland
R: Morocco   40   M-109A1 155mm   Self-propelled gun   (2004)   2005   40   Ex-Swiss; financed by UAE
   
USA
R: Morocco   10   F-5E Tiger-2   FGA aircraft   1989   1989-1990   (10)   Ex-US; modernized in UK before delivery
           60   M-60A1 Patton-2   Tank   1991   1991   60   Ex-US; deal worth $13 m
           2   S-70/UH-60L Blackhawk   Helicopter   (1991)   1992   2   For Gendarmerie; S-70A-25 and S-70A-26 versions
           120   M-60A1 Patton-2   Tank   1993   1993   120   Ex-US
           120   M-60A1 Patton-2   Tank   1994   1994   120   Ex-US; $21 m deal
           1   Newport   Landing ship   1994   1994   1   Ex-US; aid; Moroccan designation Sidi Mohammed Ben Abdallah
           14   T-37B   Trainer aircraft   (1995)   1996   14   Ex-US; T-37C version
           60   M-110A2 203mm   Self-propelled gun   1996   1997   60   Ex-US; $6.4 m deal
           50   M-163 Vulcan   SPAAG   (1996)   1996   (50)   Ex-US; deal
           30   M-578   ARV   (1996)   1996   (30)   Ex-US; $2.9 m aid; 25 more offered but rejected
           30   M-578   ARV   1997   1997   (30)   Ex-US; $1.6 m deal
           7   M-60A1 Patton-2   Tank   1997   1997   (7)   Ex-US
           23   M-901 ITV   Tank destroyer (M)   (1998)   1999   23   Ex-US; $2.9 m or $9 m deal
           (36)   M-106   Self-propelled mortar   1999   2000   36   Ex-US; aid
           199   M-113   APC   (2005)   2006   199   Ex-US; incl. 30 M-577A2 and 168 M-113APC versions
           8   AE-2100   Turboprop   2008         For 4 C-27J transport aircraft from Italy
           3   AN/TPS-79 MMSR   Air search radar   2008         
           4   DB-110   Aircraft El/Op system   2008         $88 m deal; for F-16 combat aircraft
           24   F-16C Block-50/52   FGA aircraft   2008         $2.4 b deal (partly financed by Saudi Arabia); F-16C Block-52 version; delivery from 2010/2011 but possibly delayed for financial reasons
           1   LM-2500   Gas turbine (SH)   2008         For 1 FREMM frigate from France; from Italian production line
           (30)   AIM-120C AMRAAM   BVRAAM   (2009)         AIM-120C-7 version; contract possibly not yet signed
           3   CH-47D Chinook   Helicopter   2009         $139 m deal
           24   PC-9   Trainer aircraft   2009         $185 m deal; T-6C version
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Re: Everything about the Moroccan army
« Responder #172 em: Agosto 07, 2010, 12:15:51 pm »
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August 3, 2010: Without any fanfare at all, Morocco has bought 150 Chinese VT1A/MBT 2000 tanks. These are export versions of the Type 98/99, although they also look similar to the Type 90/Al Khalid (a Type 90 variant developed by China and Pakistan for Pakistani service). The most modern tanks China has are the Type 98 and 99, which come close to matching early models of the U.S. M-1. Compared to the Type 98/99, the VT1A is a 14 percent lighter  (at 49 tons) tank. It has a three man crew and an auto-loader for its 125mm gun. There is a 7.62 coaxial machine-gun and a 12.7mm machine-gun on top of the turret. The 1200 horsepower engine moves the VT1A at road speeds of up to 70 kilometers an hour. Range on the road is 450 kilometers. Armor is a combination of composite and ERA (explosive reactive armor). The VT1A lacks the most modern ERA and some of the electronics found on the latest Chinese models (98 and 99).

The Type 98/99/90/VT1A vehicles are all "improved T-72s." Lots of improvements, though, many of them similar to what's found in the Russian T-80UM2. The workmanship on these vehicles is a little better than on the T-80UM2, but the Chinese don't have as much experience building tanks. This has shown itself in the numerous technical glitches that have shown up. The basic T-72 design has been around for over 30 years and has proved reliable, although not particularly effective on the battlefield. That was mostly due to poor crews. The Chinese moved to volunteer crews and more intensive training, which makes any tank more effective.
http://www.strategypage.com/htmw/htarm/articles/20100803.aspx
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Re: Everything about the Moroccan army
« Responder #173 em: Dezembro 06, 2010, 10:38:21 am »
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Re: Everything about the Moroccan army
« Responder #174 em: Janeiro 03, 2011, 05:02:56 pm »
El alto el fuego salvó al ejército marroquí de una derrota frente al Polisario”


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Abdelilahou Issou fue un oficial del ejército marroquí que sirvió en el Sáhara Occidental y ha vivido la guerra contra el Frente Polisario. Actualmente, él vive como refugiado político en Madrid, España, desde que huyó de su país en enero del 2002. Es perseguido por los servicios de inteligencia marroquíes desde hace varios años. Estos servicios han tratado de secuestrarlo.

Se le acusó de espionaje a favor de los servicios secretos de España. Abdelilahou Issou nació el 8 de Junio de 1965 en Tetuan, en el norte de Marruecos.

En esta entrevista, la primera que da a un periódico árabe, en ella revela a éste periódico varios relatos sobre el ejército de Marruecos, el Sáhara Occidental, el tráfico de drogas y los derechos humanos.

Anouar Malek: ¿Cómo se unió Vd. al ejército marroquí?

Abdelilahou Issou: Después de las masacres cometidas por el ejército marroquí en enero de 1984 en Tetuan y otras ciudades para reprimir la huelga general activa en ese momento, decidí unirme a la academia militar para tratar de cambiar la situación desde dentro. En ese momento, yo estaba convencido de que había gente "noble" que podría cambiar el curso de los acontecimientos. Salí de la academia en septiembre de 1988 con el rango de subteniente y fui asignado a la infantería. Hay un detalle importante que me gustaría mencionar es que mi padre era amigo del fallecido general Abdelsalam Elhadj Ben Omar, también llamado Nigra. Este me dio una carta y me pidió que la transmita a su amigo el general Abdelnabi Brital el director de la academia en esos momentos. El propósito de esta misiva era conseguir que me asignara una buena posición. Sin embargo, esto fue y es en contra de mis principios, por lo que no le entregué la carta. Estoy seguro de que muchos de mis compañeros de aquellos tiempos, y si estuvieran en mi lugar, habrían aprovechado esa oportunidad de oro.

El alto el fuego salvó al ejército marroquí de una derrota frente al Polisario

Anouar Malek: Usted sirvió en el Sáhara Occidental como oficial del ejército marroquí, ¿ nos podria decir algo acerca de lo que ha experimentado?

Abdelilahou Issou: Como subteniente jefe de sección y como teniente que fue nombrado comandante de compañía. Las unidades de infantería en el Sáhara Occidental están divididas en dos categorías. La primera categoría se basa en el acantonamiento a lo largo del cinturón de seguridad (el muro) que fue construido bajo la supervisión de expertos israelíes. El muro es de una longitud de 2700 km. Esta categoría no tiene vehículos (o camiones u otros vehículos). La compañia se divide en secciones. Entre las posiciones que las secciones controlan, hay zonas del muro que no están cubiertas, pero están minadas y cercadas con alambre de púas. Sin embargo, esto no impedia que las unidades de comandos del Frente entraran en estas áreas. La segunda categoría está compuesta por las fuerzas de intervención móvil rápida. Estas tenian vehículos, mejor armamento y el mando era mejor desde el punto de vista táctico. Las unidades localizadas en el cinturón de seguridad se retiran y huyen cada vez que hay ataques importantes, ya que carecían de recursos para hacer frente a los blindados del Frente Polisario. Como jefe de seccion he frustrado varios intentos de infiltración de comandos del Frente Polisario, entre 1988 y 1990. Pero a pesar de mis logros, nunca fui recompensado por ello. Ves a los altos mandos de la zona sur, acantonados en la ciudad de Agadir, muy lejos del frente, mostrar con orgullo sus pechos llenos de medallas, a pesar de no haber pisado nunca el suelo del Sáhara Occidental. Esa es la amarga verdad.

Anouar Malek: ¿Cómo fue la situación de los soldados marroquíes en los cuarteles durante la guerra?

Abdelilahou Issou: El Polisario nos bombardeaba a diario con ametralladoras de 14,5 y 23 mm, y morteros del calibre 60 o 82 mm, hubo muchas bajas, sin mencionar los heridos. Nuestras bases fortificadas en el muro eran objetivo permanente de cohetes de RPG7 (granadas propulsadas por cohetes), y nuestra vida se convirtió en un infierno. Además, los comandos saharauis se infiltraban en nuestras posiciones y degollaban a los centinelas. Personalmente no dormia de noche, siempre estaba alerta. Pero después del alto el fuego de 1991, la situación ha mejorado. Francamente, el ejército marroquí tiembla con sólo pensar en los comandos del Frente Polisario. En caso de que una guerra estalle de nuevo, el régimen marroqui sería el mayor perdedor, peor aun, los soldados abandonarían sus posiciones.

l 99% de los saharauis están con el Frente Polisario, la autodeterminación es la única solución

Anouar Malek: ¿Cómo evalúa usted la situación de los derechos humanos en Marruecos y el Sáhara Occidental?

Abdelilahou Issou: Los derechos humanos no se respetan, ni en Marruecos ni en el Sáhara Occidental. Los saharauis son considerados ciudadanos de segunda clase. Ellos son maltratados, perseguidos y oprimidos, y muchos de ellos se unieron al Frente Polisario. El 99% de los saharauis están con el Frente Polisario, en cuerpo y alma. Es, además, por esta razón que el régimen marroquí les niega el referéndum de autodeterminación. Los saharauis diariamente ven sus riquezas saqueadas. Un día vi un barco cargado de arena saharaui en venta en las Islas Canarias. Los ejemplos sobre la explotación ilegal de los recursos saharauis abundan.

Anouar Malek: El pueblo saharaui está oprimido, sus riquezas saqueadas, nos podria comentar acerca de la injusticia que sufre este pueblo?

Abdelilahou Issou: Un amigo oficial me dijo un día que a finales de los años 70, un grupo de soldados del 6º Regimiento de Intervencion llegó a un hammam (baño turco) para mujeres, en la ciudad de Smara y violaron a todas las mujeres que estaban allí. Los soldados irrumpian en las casas, robaban todo lo que tenia valor y violaban a las mujeres allí mismo, en sus casas. Incluso los niños y los ancianos no escapaban a la barbarie de los soldados marroquíes. El pueblo saharaui sufre de la opresión y la injusticia, y la violencia que sufren es física y moral. Por lo tanto, un gran número de refugiados saharauis en Tinduf fueron al sur oeste de Argelia para salvar sus vidas.

[Estos son algunos extratos - traducidos del francés - de la entrevista reciente del ex-oficial marroqui al periódico argelino “Echorouk” ].

Traducción: Muntada Sahara.

Enlace al original de la entrevista (en arabe): http://www.anouarmalek.com/?p=3860

http://www.porunsaharalibre.org/index.p ... &Itemid=46
 

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Re: Everything about the Moroccan army
« Responder #175 em: Janeiro 18, 2011, 07:12:13 pm »
"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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Re: Everything about the Moroccan army
« Responder #176 em: Dezembro 01, 2011, 09:44:30 am »
¿200 Abrams M1 quiere decir que los MBT Chinos no?

 

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Re: Everything about the Moroccan army
« Responder #177 em: Fevereiro 13, 2012, 09:40:40 pm »
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Azerbaijan and Russia hold negotiations on “Pantsir-S1” surface-to-air missile system


15:17 13-02-2012
Russia holds negotiations with several countries on sale of “Pantsir-S1” surface-to-air missile system.


APA reports that Kazakhstan, Turkmenistan and Azerbaijan are among the countries showing interest to the missile complex code-named by NATO as SA-22 Greyhound. Russia is reportedly holding negotiations with those countries.


The orders were received from Algeria and Morocco for “Pantsir-S1” which is included to the arsenal of armed forces of Russia, Syria, Iran, UAE and Oman.


The “Pantsir-S1”, which is designed for air defense of military facilities at short range, can open fire at the targets in 20-km distance. The complex also includes radar system. The “Pantsir-S1”, which has different modifications, replaces Tunguska complex of the Russian army.

http://www.milaz.info/en/news.php?id=7635
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Re: Everything about the Moroccan army
« Responder #178 em: Junho 19, 2012, 06:00:13 pm »

Morocco has requested an FMS sale of 200 refurbished US Army M1A1 Abrams tanks upgraded to SA configuration, and related kit, at a cost of just over $1 billion. (US Army photo)

Kingdom of Morocco – M1A1 SA Abrams Tank Enhancement, Support and Equipment
   
   
(Source: Defense Security Cooperation Agency; issued June 18, 2012)
 
WASHINGTON --- The Defense Security Cooperation Agency notified Congress today of a possible Foreign Military Sale to the Government of the Kingdom of Morocco for enhancement and refurbishment of 200 M1A1 Abrams tanks and associated parts, equipment, logistical support and training for an estimated cost of $1.015 billion.

The Government of the Kingdom of Morocco has requested a possible enhancement and refurbishment of 200 M1A1 Abrams tanks, provided as part of a grant Excess Defense Article (EDA) transfer notified to Congress on 27 April 2011, to the M1A1 Special Armor (SA) configuration.

The possible sale will also provide 150 AN/VRC-87E and 50 AN/VRC-89E Exportable Single Channel Ground and Airborne Radio Systems (SINCGARS), 200 M2 Chrysler Mount Machine Guns, and 400 7.62MM M240 Machine Guns. The possible sale also includes 12,049,842 Ammunition Rounds (including 1400 C785 SABOT, 1800 CA31 HEAT, and 5400 AA38 SLAP-T), 200 M250 Smoke Grenade Launchers, support equipment, spare and repair parts, personnel training and training equipment, publications and technical data, communication support, U.S. Government and contractor technical assistance, and other related logistics support. The estimated cost is $1.015 billion.

This proposed sale will contribute to the foreign policy and national security of the United States by helping to improve the security of a major Non-NATO ally that continues to be an important force for political stability and economic progress in Africa.

This package of M1A1 tank enhancements will contribute to the modernization of Morocco’s tank fleet, enhancing its ability to meet current and future threats. These tanks will contribute to Morocco’s goal of updating its military capability while further enhancing interoperability with the U.S. and other allies. The proposed sale of this equipment and support will not alter the basic military balance in the region.

The prime contractor will be General Dynamics Land Systems in Sterling Heights, Michigan. Refurbishment work will be performed at Anniston Army Depot in Anniston, Alabama and the Joint Systems Manufacturing Center in Lima, Ohio. There are no known offset agreements proposed in connection with this potential sale.

Implementation of this proposed sale will require annual trips to Morocco involving up to 64 U.S. Government and 13 contractor representatives for a period of up to five years to manage the fielding and training for the program.

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 and does not mean the sale has been concluded. (ends)
   
   
http://www.defense-aerospace.com/articl ... jobs.html#
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Re: Everything about the Moroccan army
« Responder #179 em: Junho 21, 2012, 06:51:11 pm »
http://www.dsca.mil/PressReleases/36-b/ ... _12-28.pdf

Então e o military balance in the region ?  :mrgreen:
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a) Tentar separar da Mãe-Pátria, ou entregar a país estrangeiro ou submeter à soberania estrangeira, todo o território português ou parte dele
 

 

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