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Armée Marocaine

Message par scorpion-rouge35 » 21 mars 2012, 21:38

Armée Marocaine

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Armée de Terre Marocaine
Char de combat

:star: T-72BV :arrow: 150
:star: M48A5 :arrow: 200
:star: M60A1 :arrow: 300+
:star: M60A3 :arrow: 120+
:star: MBT-2000 VT-1A :arrow: 54
:star: M1A1 Abrams :arrow: 200 ( en Commande )


Véhicules blindés

:star: EBR-75 :arrow: 16
:star: AML-90 :arrow: 140
:star: AML-60 :arrow: 38
:star: Ratel 20mm gun :arrow: 30
:star: Ratel 90mm gun :arrow: 30
:star: VAB VCI :arrow: 45
:star: VAB VTT :arrow: 320
:star: UR-416 :arrow: 55
:star: AMX-10RC :arrow: 120
:star: ERC-90 Lynx :arrow: 20
:star: SK-105 Kürassier :arrow: 105
:star: AMX-10RC :arrow: 80
:star: OT-62 / OT-64 :arrow: 100
:star: M113A1 :arrow: 420
:star: AMX-13 :arrow: 54
:star: AMX-10P :arrow: 10
:star: M-901 TOW :arrow: 80
:star: URO VAMTAC :arrow: 1200
:star: URO VAM-TL :arrow: 800
:star: URO M3-21.14 TT :arrow: 250
:star: IVECO TRACTOR :arrow: 100
:star: AIFV :arrow: 110
:star: HMMWW :arrow: + 1510


Défense Anti-Aérienne

:star: MIM-23 Hawk :arrow: :?:
:star: Chaparral M-54 :arrow: 37
:star: M-163 Vulcan :arrow: 60
:star: Tunguska M-1 :arrow: 6 systemes de 6 lanceurs
:star: ZSU-23-4 Shilka :arrow: :?:
:star: SA-7 :arrow: 70
:star: ZPU-2 14.5mm :arrow: 200
:star: ZPU-4 14.5mm :arrow: 20
:star: M-167 20mm :arrow: 40
:star: ZU-23-2 23mm :arrow: 140

Artillerie et MRLS

:star: PHL03 AR2 300 mm :arrow: 12 ( en Commande )
:star: BM-21 122mm :arrow: 26
:star: M-1979 122mm :arrow: 14
:star: L-118 105mm :arrow: 30
:star: M-101 105mm :arrow: 20
:star: M-1950 105mm :arrow: 36
:star: M-46 130mm :arrow: 18
:star: M-114 155mm :arrow: 20
:star: FH-70 155mm :arrow: 36
:star: M-198 155mm :arrow: 26
:star: AMX Mk61 105mm :arrow: 6
:star: F-3 155 mm :arrow: 98
:star: M-109A1/5 :arrow: 250
:star: M-44 155mm :arrow: 20
:star: M-110 203mm :arrow: 60
:star: VAB Mortar 120mm :arrow: 20
:star: M1064 120mm Mortar Carrier :arrow: +91

Armes légères et lourdes

:star: Mortar 81mm :arrow: 870
:star: Mortar 120mm Brandt :arrow: 580
:star: Mortar M-160 160mm :arrow: 24
:star: Dragon :arrow: 500
:star: Milan :arrow: 200
:star: TOW-1/2A :arrow: 70+
:star: AT-3 Sagger :arrow: 50
:star: LAW 66mm :arrow: :?:
:star: 89 mm :arrow: :?:
:star: M-40A1 106mm :arrow: 350
:star: M-56 90mm :arrow: 28
:star: SU-100SP 100mm :arrow: 8
:star: KS-19 Towed :arrow: 17
:star: KORNET :arrow: 50
:star: KONKURS :arrow: 50 lanceurs
:star: METIS-M :arrow: 50 ( Commandés )
:star: HOT :arrow: 20 +
:star: MG M60 :arrow: +3000
:star: MG M60D :arrow: +2000



Armée de l'air de Marocaine
Avion de combat

:star: Dassault Mirage F1 MF2000 :arrow: 27
:star: Dassault Mirage F1B :arrow: 3 (en commande)
:star: Northrop F-5A/B/E/F :arrow: 28
:star: Lockheed F-16C/D :arrow: 24
:star: Dassault-Dornier Alphajet :arrow: 24

Avion d'entrainement

:star: Cessna T-37B :arrow: 14
:star: T6 C :arrow: 24
:star: CAP-10 :arrow: 2
:star: CAP-232 :arrow: 8
:star: Beechcraft T-34C Turbo Mentor :arrow: 10
:star: FFA AS-202/18 Bravo :arrow: 14
:star: Diamond DA-42 Twin Star :arrow: 2


Avion de Transport

:star: Lockheed C-130H/KC-130/EC-130 :arrow: 11
:star: CASA CN-235-100M :arrow: 7
:star: Alenia C-27J :arrow: 4 ( commandés )
:star: Dornier Do-28D Skyservant :arrow: 2
:star: Cessna 421A :arrow: 1
:star: Beech King Air 100/200/300 :arrow: 10
:star: Beech Super King Air 350 :arrow: 2
:star: Dassault Falcon 20/50/100 :arrow: 4
:star: Gulfstream II/III :arrow: 2
:star: Cessna 560 Citation :arrow: 1



Hélicoptères

:star: Sa-342 Hot :arrow: 12
:star: SA-342 Canon :arrow: 12
:star: CH-47C :arrow: 9
:star: CH-47D :arrow: 8 + ( 6 commandés )
:star: SA-330 :arrow: 29
:star: AB-205A :arrow: 29
:star: AB-206 :arrow: 20
:star: AB-212 :arrow: 3
Marine Marocaine
Frégates

:star: FREMM de Classe Aquitaine :arrow: 1 (Négociations en cours pour un second bâtiment FREMM).
:star: Classe Floréal :arrow: 2
:star: Classe Descubierta :arrow: 1
:star: Classe Sigma :arrow: 3

Patrouilleurs

:star: Classe Lazaga :arrow: 1
:star: PR-72 :arrow: 2
:star: B-200D LV :arrow: 6
:star: Osprey MK II class :arrow: 4
:star: OPV64 :arrow: 5
:star: OPV70 :arrow: 5
:star: P-32 :arrow: 6

Hélicoptères

:star: Eurocopter AS565 Panther :arrow: 3

Édit : Listing approximatif qui sera régulièrement mis a jour par le Staff
Dernière Mise a Jour le 01/09/2013
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Re: Armée Marocaine

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Message par Archange78 » 01 avril 2012, 19:39

RMAF F-16C block 52 #08-8016 is strolling past the lens after flown a functional checkflight from NAS Fort Worth on March 23rd, 2012. [Photo by DaveC.]
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RMAF F-16C block 52 #08-8016 is coming in for landing after flown a functional checkflight from NAS Fort Worth on March 23rd, 2012. [Photo by DaveC.]
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Re: Armée Marocaine

Message par dawestsides » 01 avril 2012, 19:43

Superbe le Tarik Ben Ziyad .

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Message par scorpion-rouge35 » 01 avril 2012, 20:27

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PS: les gars ont garde se topic uniquement pour les discutions technique et les équipement , pour tout se qui des images humoristique ou politique , merci de les posté dans des topic plus approprier , je déplacer quelques poste pour la circonstance :)
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Message par dr.watson » 04 avril 2012, 15:18

Merci pour les images Mr.Jad, rien a dire il a vraiment une gueule de rapace.
Il en reste alors plus que 8 a livrés.

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Message par scorpion-rouge35 » 04 avril 2012, 16:19

faut dire que leurs livraisons a était pour le moins rapide
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Message par pierrot1771 » 04 avril 2012, 19:47

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Message par akramov » 05 avril 2012, 02:06

au Maroc manoeuvres bizarres
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Message par scorpion-rouge35 » 05 avril 2012, 07:13

apparemment il est tombé du porte char je me demande comment ils si sont pris :scratch:
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Message par anzar » 05 avril 2012, 10:19

C'est un Abrams de l'USMC durant son acheminement pour les manœuvres African Lion 2012..... vous savez les manœuvres où les ricains s'amusent à faire des cartons dans le désert marocain
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Message par scorpion-rouge35 » 05 avril 2012, 11:00

L'aide militaire américaine a un prix , ces derniers ne donnent jamais rien sans rien .
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MOROCCO - Moroccan and U.S. soldiers take part in a military-to-military exercise on artillery tactics, March 2012. At the request of the Royal Moroccan Field Artillery Training Center, the exercise was executed in the cities of Fes and Guercif, March 4-10, to help provide the Moroccan soldiers with training on the maintenance, safety and firing of the M109A5 artillery system. (Photo by Major Tyrone Martin).
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CASABLANCA, Morocco - Rear Admiral Kenneth "K.J." Norton, deputy chief of staff for strategy, resources, and plans at U.S. Naval Forces Europe-Africa, receives honors from members of the Royal Moroccan Navy following a command briefing and discussion between the Naval Forces Europe-Africa and the Royal Moroccan Navy, February 2, 2012. Norton visited the maritime sector headquarters to strengthen maritime partnerships with Royal Moroccan Navy counterparts. (U.S. Navy photo by Petty Officer 2nd Class Jeff Troutman)
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CASABLANCA, Morocco - Captain Andrew Lennon, left, commanding officer of Maritime Partnerships Program Det. 205, North Africa Engagement Group, speaks with members of the Royal Moroccan Navy during a command briefing and discussion between representatives of the Naval Forces Europe-Africa and the Royal Moroccan Navy, February 2, 2012. Staff members from Naval Forces Europe-Africa visited the maritime sector headquarters to strengthen maritime partnerships with Royal Moroccan Navy counterparts. (U.S. Navy photo by Petty Officer 2nd Class Jeff Troutman)
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CASABLANCA, Morocco - Rear Admiral Kenneth "K.J." Norton, deputy chief of staff for strategy, resources, and plans at U.S. Naval Forces Europe-Africa, and Royal Moroccan Navy Commodore Lahcen Lyamlouli, deputy inspector for the Royal Moroccan Navy, discuss foreign strategy during a command briefing and discussion between representatives of the United States Navy and the Moroccan Royal Navy, February 1, 2012. Norton visited the maritime sector headquarters to strengthen maritime partnerships with Royal Moroccan Navy counterparts. (U.S. Navy photo by Petty Officer 2nd Class Jeff Troutman)
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CASABLANCA, Morocco - Rear Admiral Kenneth "K.J." Norton, deputy chief of staff for strategy, resources, and plans at U.S. Naval Forces Europe-Africa, and Royal Moroccan Navy Commodore Lahcen Lyamlouli, deputy inspector for the Royal Moroccan Navy, sign the official minutes at the conclusion of a command briefing and discussion between representatives of the Naval Forces Europe-Africa and the Royal Moroccan Navy, February 2, 2012. Norton visited the maritime sector headquarters to strengthen maritime partnerships with Royal Moroccan Navy counterparts. (U.S. Navy photo by Petty Officer 2nd Class Jeff Troutman)
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CASABLANCA, Morocco - Naval officers from the Royal Moroccan Navy depart the guided-missile frigate USS Simpson (FFG 56) after receiving a tour of the bridge and training on combat systems operations, February 1, 2012. Simpson, homeported out of Mayport, Florida, is currently conducting theater security cooperation and maritime security operations in the U.S. 6th Fleet area of responsibility. (U.S. Navy photo by Petty Officer 2nd Class Felicito Rustique)
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ATLANTIC OCEAN - A member from the Royal Moroccan Navy departs the guided-missile frigate USS Simpson (FFG 56) after a visit, board, search and seizure training session, February 2, 2012. Simpson, homeported out of Mayport, Florida, is currently conducting theater security cooperation and maritime security operations in the U.S. Naval Forces Africa area of responsibility. (U.S. Navy photo by Petty Officer 2nd Class Felicito Rustique)
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ATLANTIC OCEAN - Royal Moroccan Navy 1st Sergeant Hamid Karada checks identification papers of Chief Gunner's Mate Sean Holmes, simulating a captive, on the bridge of the guided-missile frigate USS Simpson (FFG 56) during a visit, board, search and seizure training session, February 2, 2012. Simpson, homeported out of Mayport, Florida, is currently conducting theater security cooperation and maritime security operations in the U.S. Naval Forces Africa area of responsibility. (U.S. Navy photo by Petty Officer 2nd Class Felicito Rustique)
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ATLANTIC OCEAN - A member from the Royal Moroccan Navy pats down Chief Petty Officer Sean Holmes, simulating a captive, on the bridge of the guided-missile frigate USS Simpson (FFG 56) during a visit, board, search and seizure training session, February 2, 2012. Simpson, homeported out of Mayport, Florida, is currently conducting theater security cooperation and maritime security operations in the U.S. Naval Forces Africa area of responsibility. (U.S. Navy photo by Petty Officer 2nd Class Felicito Rustique)
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ATLANTIC OCEAN - Members from the Royal Moroccan Navy direct Petty Officer 3rd Class Brandon Watkins, simulating a captive, past the quarterdeck of the guided-missile frigate USS Simpson (FFG 56) during a visit, board, search and seizure training session, February 2, 2012. Simpson, homeported out of Mayport, Florida, is conducting theater security cooperation and maritime security operations in the U.S. Naval Forces Africa area of responsibility. (U.S. Navy photo by Petty Officer 2nd Class Felicito Rustique)
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