jules vernes a écrit :l'etat de decrepitude de l'Ukraine est dans ses murs.. regardez bien[email protected] a écrit :le prototype d'un IFV basé sur le T-64
Faut pas demander ce qu'ils serait capable de faire si ils avaient de beaux murs
J'adore ces bullpup basé sur l'AK un mécanisme fiable combiné à la maniabilité et la précision d'un bullpup, je crois que c'est exactement ce qu'il nous faut il est même possible de convertir les AK avec un peu d'ingénieriesadral a écrit :http://www.thefirearmblog.com/blog/2016 ... adex-2016/Ukranian Malyuk rifle Developments at ADEX 2016
ADEX is the Azerbaijan International Defense Exhibition held in the capitol of Baku, Azerbaijan. Ukraine came out with the 7.62x39mm (Also 5.45×39 but not at the show) Malyuk. Essentially the rifle is an AK74 or AKM in the guise of a bullpup, much like many of the experimental bullpup conversions in the United States and Russia, but this one is actually being adopted by certain elements of the Ukrainian military.
Earlier on TFB we published some information that the Malyuk was working its way through trials and prototypes. Currently it appears that a third caliber was added to the rifle (5.56x45mm), a suppressor system (two different variants), has passed military trials, and has had 200 units ordered by the Ukrainian military. In addition, full production seems to be starting, with a commercial variant that might be sold outside the Ukraine as well.
It doesn’t appear that the three calibers can be converted to another, just that the rifle is made with the one. Previously it didn’t look like the Malyuk could be ambidextrous, but currently, similar to the Tavor, the charging handle can be switched to the right side if need be. It looks like the rifle is being equipped with either EoTech or Aimpoint holographic sights.
Antonov dévoile l'An-132
L'industriel ukrainien Anotonov a dévoilé son dernier né, l'An-132, à Kiev le 20 décembre 2016. Cet appareil de transport militaire est le fruit d'un programme lancé en 2015 en coopération avec deux partenaires saoudiennes : KACST (King Adbulaziz City for Science an Technology) et TAQNIA Aeronautics.Co. L'An-132 pourrait d'ailleurs être produit en Arabie Saoudite. Le royaume moyen-oriental pourrait commander 80 appareils.
L'An-132 est une version modernisée de l'An-32 qui a été produit à 385 exemplaires entre 1983 et 1998. Le nouvel appareil reprend en partie la configuration de son prédécesseur mais il est équipé de deux turbopropulseurs Pratt & Whitney PW150A, des moteurs plus légers et modernes que les Ivchenko AI-20D qui équipaient l'An-32. L'appareil devrait être capable de transporter 9 200 kg de fret, 75 personnes ou 46 parachutistes.
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http://www.janes.com/article/68801/ukra ... ew-fighterUkraine announces plans to develop new fighter
On 15 March Ukrainian president Petro Poroshenko announced that the country's defence industry will develop its own twin-engine, multirole fighter. The announcement was made during Poroshenko's visit to the Ivchenko-Progress engine design bureau located in the southern Ukrainian city of Zaparozhe. This facility is also co-located with one of the largest aero-engine assembly sites in all of the former Soviet Union: the Motor Sich production plant.
Ukrainian aeronautical design teams have already produced what has been described as a "sketch outline" of a platform for a new fighter, which has been given the programme name of Legkiy Boiviy Litak, which is Ukrainian for "Lightweight Combat Aircraft" and abbreviated as LBL. The aircraft is supposed to bear a strong resemblance to the Soviet-designed Mikoyan MiG-29 in its external appearance, but the aircraft's onboard systems will be of non-Russian origin.
One of the main differences between this new Ukrainian design and the original MiG-29 will be its engines and electronics. Reports from Poroshenko's visit to the Ivchenko facility stated that the two engines would be "a design based on the AI-322F and the avionics would be of both Western and Ukrainian manufacture".
The engine design appears to be one of the main drivers for this concept, with the Ukrainian president stating, "We will soon be able to create our own aircraft engine for the fighter." Poroshenko also pointed out that Ukraine is among a small group of just five nations in the world that are capable of independently developing aero-engine designs.
Ukraine's new fighter concept was first mentioned earlier in this month in an interview with Yuri Brovchenko, Ukraine's deputy minister for economic development and trade. "On the subject of military aviation, today we are examining the possibility of developing our own indigenous fighter aircraft. There is a design team already working on this," he told the publication Ukrainski Novini.
Des sangliers de combat au service de l’armée ukrainienne dans le Donbass
Quand Piotr Porochenko a chanté mi-juillet les louanges de l'armée ukrainienne, personne ne pensait que certains de ses combattants étaient des sangliers…
Nouveaux ennemis de Daech: des sangliers attaquent une base de terroristes
L'armée ukrainienne a commencé à utiliser des sangliers de combat pour patrouiller dans le Donbass, annonce la Télévision militaire de l'Ukraine.
Les militaires ont indiqué avoir commencé à nourrir deux cochons avec des rations de l'armée, comme de vrais soldats. La mère des animaux a été tuée.
«Si quelqu'un se promène dans les parages, ils commencent à couiner et à grogner, montrant ainsi qu'il y a quelqu'un tout près», a confié un soldat ukrainien.
Les sangliers font régulièrement la une des médias dernièrement. En juillet dernier, les autorités polonaises ont pris la décision de construire une clôture d'une longueur de 700 km afin de se protéger des sangliers à la frontière avec la Biélorussie et l'Ukraine.
En Irak, les terroristes de Daech ont été longtemps importunés par des sangliers qui rasaient régulièrement leurs terres agricoles.
Ironie de l'histoire: le Musée letton de la nature a auparavant choisi comme animal de l'année 2015… le sanglier!
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http://www.defenseworld.net/news/22639/ ... xF7yfRPfCQUkrainian MiG-29 Fighter Jet Being Upgraded With Multi-Role Capability Ukrainian Lviv Aircraft Repair Plant is upgrading the country’s MIG-29 fighter jets with air-to-ground and surface attack capability making it a multirole fighter aircraft.
The air-to-ground capability will be achieved through the use of TV-guided missile-bomb weapons of the X-29T and KAB-500KR types, a statement released to defenseworld.net from the Ukrainian enterprise said.
The MiG-29 had been originally designed as an air-superiority fighter meant to provide cover to ground attack planes such as the MiG-21.
Called the MiG-29MU2, the upgrade package includes a H-019-U2 airborne radar-assisted sighting system to allow long-range detection of air threats, weapon targeting, search and tracking of air and surface targets using the ground-map radar mode, and supporting air-to-ground and surface missions.
The upgrade also includes the installation of VOR/ILS and DME equipment to comply with the requirements for international flights.
Also included in the upgrade is domestically developed GNSS-assisted navigation capability. GNSS data will be viewed on a 8-inch, highly informative Cockpit display alongside the map of the terrain being overflown, target data, and weapons parameters.
The MiG-29MU2 fighter will also receive an audio/video recording system for post-mission debriefing and data analysis, which may later be used for documenting the mistakes made by pilots and for training new pilots.
In combat efficiency terms, the MiG-29MU2 outperforms the MiG-29 original by a factor of 1.83, this having been achieved owing to about a dozen innovation technology solutions implemented in its design.
The MiG-29MU2A upgrade is being implemented by a team of companies led by LARP, TOV Radionix and KB Luch.
By the time the system is ready for final integration, Radionix will deliver its airborne self-defense ECM and jamming system; Omut will provide protection from radar-guided AAM and SAM threats. Its range of capabilities encompasses interception and analysis of incoming signals from hostile electronic systems; decision-making on adequate countermeasure responses; and spoof jamming of hostile SAM radars and radar-guided missiles operating within its frequency range.
Pod-mounted and fuselage-buried variants of the Omut system are required to be available for the MiG-29MU2 application.
LARP is due to complete its share of work on the MiG-29MU2 program by 2019 so that the official qualification trials could be commenced the following year and the aircraft enter production by 2020.
Ukraine to upgrade heavy tactical reconnaissance aircraft
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SE “Odesa Aircraft Plant” is engaging with the Ukrainian Air Force over a potential programme to upgrade the Sukhoi Su-24MR heavy tactical reconnaissance aircraft, dumskaya.net reported on 31 May.
According to a statement, the SE “Odesa Aircraft Plant, a subsidiary of UkrOboronProm, presented a new direction of its activities related to the modernization of combat aviation.
At an international conference held a few days ago, in which NATO military attaches took part, the representatives of the plant management presented to foreign partners a prospective project for an upgrade to reconnaissance aircraft Su-24MR, which are currently in service with the Ukrainian Air Force.
SE “Odesa Aircraft Plant” has developed two variants of modernization of the reconnaissance aircraft, including:
– increasing the range of ground targets’ detection;
– ensuring compliance of navigation, communication, landing equipment with ICAO / NATO requirements;
– increasing the quality of objective control of on-board systems;
– prompt receiving of intelligence information.
To date the first stage of development work is completed at the plant, the first prototype of a new product will soon appear.
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“If we go through all the approvals and the machine will please our military, we will be able to seriously load the plant’s capacity with this product,” says Vitaly Yukhachev, the plant’s general director. – The complete replacement of all tactical reconnaissance equipment with new, more sophisticated electronics implies the general repair of the airframe. This is a serious, painstaking and skilled work, and we have specialists capable of carrying it out. ”
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The Su-24MR (Fencer-E) is a dedicated tactical reconnaissance variant. It entered service in 1983.This reconnaissance aircraft can carry two R-60 (AA-8 Aphid) air-to-air missiles for self-defense. Production of the Su-24MR ceased in 1993. At least a hundred of these tactical reconnaissance aircraft were built.
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http://www.airrecognition.com/index.php ... craft.htmlUkrainian Air Force receives another Su-24MR combat aircraft
Mykolayiv Aircraft Repair Plant "NARP", a subsidiary of UkrOboronProm, transferred another repaired reconnaissance aircraft Su-24MR to Ukrainian Air Force ahead of the schedule, the company's press office said on June 5th. Plant specialists carried out a medium repair of the aircraft, having checked all of its nodes and components, having repaired/replaced those. After that, Su-24MR was successfully tested in the presence of representatives of the Ukrainian Air Force and was adopted by Ukrainian pilots.
Su-24MP performed a flight to its main base and has already strengthened the defense capability of the Armed Forces of Ukraine.
Su-24MR is a supersonic reconnaissance aircraft that can conduct deep reconnaissance up to 400 km from the front line. For this purpose, it is equipped with sideways looking radar, allowing to track ground targets, including enemy fortifications and equipment, using sensitive high-resolution cameras, radio detection systems and infrared sensors to detect camouflaged objects.
In addition, SE "Mykolayiv Aircraft Repair Plant "NARP", in cooperation with other UOP enterprises, is currently working on Su-24MR modernization, to equip it with a new avionics, communications systems and surveillance equipment.