Armée Marocaine

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Re: Armée Marocaine

Message par Izenzaren » 12 janvier 2018, 15:03

Après la visite du USS Vela Gulf et l'exercice avec la SIGMA Sultan Moulay Ismail , voici le destroyer USS Ross qui visite le port de Agadir. Sa base d'attache est Rota en Espagne.
Un exercice sera effectué entre le USS Ross et la SIGMA Tarik Ben Ziyad.



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USS Ross Visits Agadir, Morocco
Ensign Nicholas L. McGrath
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January 11, 2018 at 9:55 AM UTC

The Arleigh Burke-class guided-missile destroyer USS Ross (DDG 71) arrived in Agadir, Morocco, Jan. 10, 2018, for a scheduled port visit.

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The visit serves to enhance U.S.-Morocco relations as the two nations work together to strengthen regional security and stability.

The ship’s presence in the North Atlantic is a demonstration of our continued commitment to regional security


“Our crew looks forward to this port visit and relationships we expect to build here. These types of visits allow us to gain enhanced ties with our partners and allow our crew to experience the hospitality of Agadir along with the rich history of Morocco.”

-Cmdr. Bryan S. Gallo

Commanding Officer, USS Ross (DDG 71)

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Strengthening partnerships during the port visit to Agadir builds enduring relationships and emphasizes our shared commitment to promoting security and stability within the region, while seeking opportunities to enhance our interoperability as UN members.

Previous engagements with Morocco include USS Vella Gulf’s November 2017 participation in exercise Atlas Handshake, a three day exercise which included maritime interdiction operation and visit, board, search and seizure training. Morocco is additionally a routine participant in the multinational maritime exercise Obangame Express. Obangame Express is one of three Africa regional Express series exercises facilitated annually by U.S. Naval Forces Europe-Africa/U.S. 6th Fleet.

Ross, forward-deployed to Rota, Spain is currently conducting a routine patrol to support U.S. national security interests in the U.S. 6th Fleet area of operations.

U.S. 6th Fleet, headquartered in Naples, Italy, conducts the full spectrum of joint and naval operations, often in concert with allied and interagency partners, in order to advance U.S. national interests and security and stability in Europe and Africa.
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Message par Izenzaren » 12 janvier 2018, 20:39

Tournage d'une superproduction Chinoise "Operation Red Sea", au Maroc avec du matériel des FAR. Des chars M-60 et T-72 en plus en mode complet avec plaques de protection , Humvee et Vamtac, C-130...

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Message par Izenzaren » 17 janvier 2018, 07:35

Uro VAMTAC

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Message par Izenzaren » 18 janvier 2018, 09:31

Patrouilleur Océanique - Descubierta Lt Col Errahmani 501

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Message par Izenzaren » 21 janvier 2018, 17:51

AFRICAN SEA LION 2018
USS Ross Conducts Live-Fire Exercises with the Royal Moroccan Navy

JANUARY 17, 2018 AT 3:08 PM UTC

Ensign Nicholas L. McGrath

The Arleigh Burke-class guided-missile destroyer USS Ross (DDG 71) departed Agadir, Morocco, Jan. 13, 2018, after a scheduled port visit to participate in exercise African Sea Lion with the Royal Moroccan Navy frigate Tarek Ben Ziyad.



One of African Sea Lion’s objectives is to test and evaluate U.S. and Moroccan ability to conduct coordinated, combined naval surface fire support exercises on the Tan Tan firing range.




“Engagements such as these strengthen the bonds between the U.S. and our partners as we work peace and prosperity in the region. It was a pleasure working with the Royal Moroccan Navy, and we look forward to holding additional exercises in the future to maintain the warfighting readiness of both our respective naval forces.”

-Cmdr. Bryan S. Gallocommanding officer of Ross
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ATLANTIC OCEAN (Jan. 13, 2018) Sailors aboard the Arleigh Burke-class guided-missile destroyer USS Ross (DDG 71) inflate "killer tomato" targets for a live-fire exercise with the Royal Moroccan Navy Jan. 13, 2018. Ross, forward-deployed to Rota, Spain, is on its sixth patrol in the U.S. 6th Fleet area of operations in support of regional allies and partners and U.S. national security interests in Europe and Africa. (U.S. Navy photo by Mass Communication Sp

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ATLANTIC OCEAN (Jan. 14, 2018) Explosive rounds from the 5-inch gun aboard the Arleigh Burke-class guided-missile destroyer USS Ross (DDG 71) hit targets during a naval surface fire support exercise with the Royal Moroccan Navy as part of exercise African Sea Lion, Jan. 14, 2018. Among African Sea Lion’s objectives is to test and evaluate US and Moroccan ability to conduct coordinated, combined naval surface fire support exercises on the Tan Tan firing range
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Re: Armée Marocaine

Message par Izenzaren » 21 janvier 2018, 18:05

4 Gulfstream G550 ELINT/SIGINT pour les FRA, probablement financement saoudien. Attendons quand même une officialisation claire de ce deal.
Ça augure une augmentation de la flotte des chasseurs dans les prochaines années. Le financement saoudien nous permettra de mettre l'argent dans un nouveau batch de F-16 à mon avis. Et renforcement des capacités ISR, qui sont aujourd'hui chez les FRA représentées par un C-130 SLAR et un Dassault Falcon pour la guerre electronique.


Washington and Riyadh proceed with plans to make Morocco an ISR heavyweight

The new alignment between Washington, Riyadh and Tel Aviv is poised to take its first concrete steps in Morocco. Financed by Saudi Arabia, the country's air surveillance programme will be provided by the United States using Israeli technology.

According to Intelligence Online's sources, Rabat is poised to finalise the acquisition of four Intelligence, Surveillance and Reconnaissance (ISR) planes from the US. Gulfstream aircraft, probably equipped by Raytheon, seem most likely to be ordered.Bombardier jets, also fitted with US material, are also in the running.

The Israeli firm Elta would also be a subcontractor on the project.A subsidiary of Israel Aerospace Industries (IAI), Elta is expected to integrate offensive equipment on the aircraft which will also be fitted with Signal Intelligence (SIGINT) and Electronic Intelligence (ELINT) equipment, to outwit the enemy's anti-air defences. To ensure the deal goes ahead, Washington, which is increasingly supportive of Rabat, is ready to agree to the transfer of state-or-the-art ISR technology which is much more up to date than the technology it shared with Morocco's neighbour Algeria

The technology that the US agreed to supply to Algeria under the contract with Raytheon to convert Beechcraft1900 into spy planes and supply three Gulfstream G550 is considerably older that the technology the US will supply to Algeria's neighbor and rival, Morocco.

Raytheon subcontracted the work to another company, Field Aviation, which has worked little in this area in the past and underestimated how much work the contract involved. Algeria could turn to Italy to procure surveillance aircraft, as Intelligence Online's sister publication Maghreb Confidential revealed recently (MC 1276).

The Algerian army is also interested in the ISR version of Alenia's MC-27 and may place an order for four or five planes.

Gulf help to finance the programme. According to our sources, the bill for the aircraft will not be picked up by Morocco but by Rabat's Gulf allies led by Saudi Arabia and the United Arab Emirates. Riyadh is keen to increase its aid to Morocco, which readily agreed to take part in the Arab Coalition's military campaign in Yemen that got underway two years ago.

The Gulf financing will formally be assumed by another alliance recently launched by Saudi Arabia's Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman, the Islamic Anti-terrorist Coalition.

Not only is it financing the Moroccan ISR programme, the Arab Anti-terrorism Coalition led by Riyadh and Abu Dhabi is also planning to supply border security and other materiel to the armed forces in the G5 Sahel countries (IOL 794). Algeria will therefore soon be surrounded by countries whose border surveillance is financed by Riyadh and Abu Dhabi.
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Re: Armée Marocaine

Message par leraincy » 21 janvier 2018, 18:08

Super,sinon juste une question,est ce qu'il est normal qu'il y ait des sortes de taches sur les batiment marocain?

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Re: Armée Marocaine

Message par camron29 » 21 janvier 2018, 18:29

Je pense que c'est de l'eau et pas des taches ! Mème si c'était des traces de l'huile ou autre, c'est tout à fait normal qu'il y en ait vu l'usage ! Et ta voiture, a t-elle des taches !?


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Re: Armée Marocaine

Message par dz mk3 » 21 janvier 2018, 18:35

Izenzaren a écrit :
21 janvier 2018, 18:05
4 Gulfstream G550 ELINT/SIGINT pour les FRA, probablement financement saoudien. Attendons quand même une officialisation claire de ce deal.
Ça augure une augmentation de la flotte des chasseurs dans les prochaines années. Le financement saoudien nous permettra de mettre l'argent dans un nouveau batch de F-16 à mon avis. Et renforcement des capacités ISR, qui sont aujourd'hui chez les FRA représentées par un C-130 SLAR et un Dassault Falcon pour la guerre electronique.


Washington and Riyadh proceed with plans to make Morocco an ISR heavyweight

The new alignment between Washington, Riyadh and Tel Aviv is poised to take its first concrete steps in Morocco. Financed by Saudi Arabia, the country's air surveillance programme will be provided by the United States using Israeli technology.

According to Intelligence Online's sources, Rabat is poised to finalise the acquisition of four Intelligence, Surveillance and Reconnaissance (ISR) planes from the US. Gulfstream aircraft, probably equipped by Raytheon, seem most likely to be ordered.Bombardier jets, also fitted with US material, are also in the running.

The Israeli firm Elta would also be a subcontractor on the project.A subsidiary of Israel Aerospace Industries (IAI), Elta is expected to integrate offensive equipment on the aircraft which will also be fitted with Signal Intelligence (SIGINT) and Electronic Intelligence (ELINT) equipment, to outwit the enemy's anti-air defences. To ensure the deal goes ahead, Washington, which is increasingly supportive of Rabat, is ready to agree to the transfer of state-or-the-art ISR technology which is much more up to date than the technology it shared with Morocco's neighbour Algeria

The technology that the US agreed to supply to Algeria under the contract with Raytheon to convert Beechcraft1900 into spy planes and supply three Gulfstream G550 is considerably older that the technology the US will supply to Algeria's neighbor and rival, Morocco.

Raytheon subcontracted the work to another company, Field Aviation, which has worked little in this area in the past and underestimated how much work the contract involved. Algeria could turn to Italy to procure surveillance aircraft, as Intelligence Online's sister publication Maghreb Confidential revealed recently (MC 1276).

The Algerian army is also interested in the ISR version of Alenia's MC-27 and may place an order for four or five planes.

Gulf help to finance the programme. According to our sources, the bill for the aircraft will not be picked up by Morocco but by Rabat's Gulf allies led by Saudi Arabia and the United Arab Emirates. Riyadh is keen to increase its aid to Morocco, which readily agreed to take part in the Arab Coalition's military campaign in Yemen that got underway two years ago.

The Gulf financing will formally be assumed by another alliance recently launched by Saudi Arabia's Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman, the Islamic Anti-terrorist Coalition.

Not only is it financing the Moroccan ISR programme, the Arab Anti-terrorism Coalition led by Riyadh and Abu Dhabi is also planning to supply border security and other materiel to the armed forces in the G5 Sahel countries (IOL 794). Algeria will therefore soon be surrounded by countries whose border surveillance is financed by Riyadh and Abu Dhabi.
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Cet avion mérite-t-il toute cette intimidation? :clown:

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Re: Armée Marocaine

Message par camron29 » 21 janvier 2018, 18:39

Quelle intimidation :?:

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Re: Armée Marocaine

Message par samousa » 21 janvier 2018, 21:01

camron29 a écrit :
21 janvier 2018, 18:29
Je pense que c'est de l'eau et pas des taches ! Mème si c'était des traces de l'huile ou autre, c'est tout à fait normal qu'il y en ait vu l'usage ! Et ta voiture, a t-elle des taches !?
Non sa BMW n’en a pas.
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Message par Izenzaren » 22 janvier 2018, 01:39

F-5 Tiger III & Pilotes FRA Escadron Borak

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Message par Izenzaren » 22 janvier 2018, 14:31

Escadre F-5 Tiger III et ses différents escadrons - 2 ème BAFRA Meknes
- Escadron Borak : L'Escadron se spécialise exclusivement dans les missions d'appui-feu et d'interdiction air-sol.



- Escadron Chahine : Défense aérienne et interception .



- Escadron E.R.I.G.E: Abréviation de "Escadron de Reconnaissance, d'Interprétation et de Guerre Electronique"

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Message par Izenzaren » 22 janvier 2018, 19:30

Hawker Beechcraft T-6C Texan II

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Dassault Alphajet

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Re: Armée Marocaine

Message par Izenzaren » 22 janvier 2018, 20:41

SIGMA & FREMM

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Patrouilleur RPB-20

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C-130 Hercules & C-27J Spartan

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M167 VADS

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