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Message par geronimo » 27 juillet 2012, 15:28

Voici le Tien-Kung III, le Patriot taïwanais. Lui est doté d'une capacité anti-ballistiques et devrait intégrer le bouclier antimissiles prévus par Taïwan.

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Message par dil@w » 10 août 2012, 01:17

Taiwan's transport planes can be refitted as tanker aircraft

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Taipei, Aug. 5 (CNA) Of Taiwan's military aircraft, the C-130 transport plane can be refitted as a tanker aircraft, which can beef up the country's air defenses in the event of war, military officials said recently.

Although the Air Force has no tanker aircraft, the C-130 is spacious enough to be turned into a tanker aircraft if it is equipped with refueling equipment such as oil tanks and hoses, the officials told CNA.

"Tanker aircraft can double the in-flight operating time for combat aircraft," they said, adding that the country's warplanes can remain airborne for only two hours at most without refueling.

Among Taiwan's main combat aircraft, the U.S.-made F-16 A/B jet fighters and Mirage 2000-5s from France can both be refueled in the air, the officials added.

Meanwhile, "our military pilots -- who have been trained in the United States or France on how to operate the F-16 and the Mirage 2000-5s -- know how to refuel in the air," according to the officials.

The issue of tanker aircraft, however, is a sensitive one. With such planes, the F-16s and the Mirage 2000-5s would be seen as attack aircraft rather than defense ones.

Due to this sensitivity, which could spark concerns among neighboring countries such as China and Japan, it is unlikely Taiwan will be able to acquire such equipment from the United States, the country's main arms supplier.

The Taiwan Relations Act, enacted by the U.S. Congress in 1979 when Washington and Taipei sever
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Message par dil@w » 11 août 2012, 14:47

Taiwan (Republic of China) Navy Receives Two ex-US Navy Minehunters
Two refitted coastal minehunters purchased from the United States were delivered to Taiwan Thursday, beefing up the country's naval defense capabilities, the ROC Navy reported. This is part of a deal valued at $6.4 billion.

The two Osprey-class minehunters, the former USS Oriole (MHC-55) and USS Falcon (MHC-59), were decommissioned by the US Navy in 2007 and were approved for sale to Taiwan at a cost of approximately $105 million in 2010.
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USS Oriole minhunter, Osprey class
The vessels will improve the ROC Navy's ability to locate and destroy all types of naval mines. Osprey-class minehunters were designed to locate, classify, and destroy naval mines in coastal waterways, harbors, and littoral areas. These ships are equipped with an array of mine-hunting devices including Raytheon AN/SQQ-32 sonar, AN/SLQ-48 Mine Neutralizing Vehicles (MNV), video sensors, remotely-controlled mine detonators, cable cutters, and two .50 caliber machineguns. The minehunters have a cruising speed of 10 knots and mission endurance of 15 days.
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Message par dil@w » 15 août 2012, 00:11

Taiwan devrait réduire le nombre de F-16C/D commandés pour des raisons budgétaires
Taiwan plans to slash the number of advanced fighter jets it has been seeking from the U.S. from 66 to 24, apparently due to budget constraints, reports said Aug. 13.

Taipei applied in 2007 to buy 66 F-16 C/D fighters, which have better radar and more powerful weapons systems than its current F-16 A/Bs, in response to China’s perceived military threat.

Washington in September last year said it had agreed to upgrade Taiwan’s F-16 A/B fleet in a $5.85 billion deal, but it held off on the sale of new jets.

President Ma Ying-jeou has repeatedly urged Washington to reconsider selling new jets to Taiwan.

Local media reported Aug. 13 that Taiwan had renewed the call during the just-concluded “Monterey talks” in the U.S., the highest-level annual meeting between U.S. and Taiwanese military officers.

“But the number of desired F-16 C/Ds has fallen to 24, down from 66 when the Taiwanese delegates put forth the proposal,” the Taipei-based China Times quoted an “authoritative military source” as saying.

The defense ministry dismissed the report. The Liberty Times, another Chinese-language broadsheet, ran a similar story.

The Liberty Times quoted its source as saying the military could hardly afford another fleet of 66 F-16 C/Ds following the costly F-16 A/B upgrade plan.

But legislator Lin Yu-fang from the ruling Kuomintang party told the China Times that military authorities might have cut their demands to leave the door open to buying more advanced F-35s in the future.

Although the upgrade package was less than Taiwan had hoped for, it triggered an angry response from China, which warned that Sino-U.S. military ties would be hurt as a result.

Taiwan has ruled itself since 1949, but China still considers the island part of its territory and has repeatedly threatened to invade should Taipei declare formal independence.

The Chinese military is gaining a decisive edge over Taiwan, but U.S. arms sales to the island make China’s superiority less crushing than it otherwise would be.
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Le ministre de la Défense réfute l'abaissement de commande
Taiwan’s Ministry of National Defense has refuted media reports that it will lower the number of F-16C/Ds to be ordered from 66 to 24 aircraft.

China Times and Liberty Times both reported that during a meeting between senior Taiwan and U.S. officials in the U.S., Deputy Minister of National Defense Andrew Yang and National Security Council (NSC) Deputy Secretary-General Lu Hsiao-jung proposed that Taiwan only acquire a squadron of 24 F-16C/Ds.
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Message par geronimo » 18 août 2012, 19:19

Signature pour le contrat de modernisation des F-16A/B. Il porte sur 143 appareils pour 3,8md $, ils seront équipé d'un radar AESA et le système d'armes sera amélioré.

http://www.flightglobal.com/news/articl ... al-374601/

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Message par geronimo » 18 août 2012, 19:21

Les caméras de National Geographic dans le cockpit de pilotes de l’armée de l’Air taiwanaise
Le 9 octobre, la veille de la fête nationale de la République de Chine, sera diffusé sur National Geographic Channel (NGC) un documentaire réalisé avec la coopération de l’armée de l’Air taiwanaise lors d’un exercice d’atterrissage sur une route nationale du sud de Taiwan.

C’est une opportunité exceptionnelle qui a été accordée à l’équipe de tournage de NGC d’assister à cet entraînement à l’atterrissage sur l’autoroute no 1, à la hauteur de Mado, près de Tainan, une des cinq portions d’autoroute pouvant servir de tarmac en cas d’urgence.

L’exercice, qui concernait des avions de combat de type F16 A/B, Mirage 2000-5 et IDF, faisait partie des manœuvres Han Kuang no 27 qui se sont déroulées en avril dernier, avec la participation de 1 500 hommes sur les bases aériennes de Hsinchu, Hualien et Tainan.

La qualité du documentaire, intitulé « Inside: Highway, Runway », a été saluée par le ministre de la Défense Kao Hua-chu qui s’est félicité de cette magnifique présentation du dévouement sans faille de l’armée de l’Air pour la protection du pays.

Ward Platt, le président de Fox International Channels pour l’Asie-Pacifique et le Moyen-Orient, dont dépend NGC, a tout particulièrement remercié les pilotes pour leur coopération. Des caméras de NGC ont été installées à bord de certains appareils, ce qui a permis d’obtenir des vues aériennes particulièrement saisissantes.
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Message par dil@w » 28 août 2012, 23:31

Les travaux pour le déploiement de 4 systèmes sur 6 Patriot PAC3 commandés vont commencer le mois prochain

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In the first phase, four of the six PAC-3 units that Taiwan has purchased from the US will be deployed in areas around Taichung and Kaohsiung
Taiwan currently deploys three PAC-2 units, which were recently upgraded to PAC-3 configuration, around Taipei in Wanli (萬里), Nangang (南港) and Sindian (新店). During negotiations under Chen Shui-bian’s (陳水扁) administration, it was decided that Taichung and Kaohsiung would both get Patriot units to protect the political and military centers, as well as critical infrastructure in central and southern parts of the country.
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Message par dil@w » 16 septembre 2012, 17:21

Taiwan reçoit son tout premier MLRS Thunderbolt construit sur place

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Under a $483 million contract, all 50 of the truck-mounted multiple rocket launcher systems are destined for the army's 21st Artillery Command, a report by The China Post said.
The wheeled Thunderbolts -- also called the Ray Ting 2000 -- will replace the army's Kung Feng VI 117mm rocket system, also built by the CIST and which entered service 30 years ago.
The system can use several types of rockets in various configurations -- including 60 tubes of 117mm rockets, 27 tubes of 180mm rockets and 12 tubes of 230mm rockets.
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Message par dil@w » 16 septembre 2012, 22:38

Taiwan a terminé les tests du Wan Chien missile air-sol

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la production de masse et le déploiement du missile Wan Chien (qui signifie 10 000 épées) va commencer en 2014. développé par Chungshan Institute of Science and Technology, il sera monté sur la nouvelle version du Ching-kuo avion de combat de fabrication locale. Des experts militaires locaux affirment que le Wan Chien a été conçu principalement pour attaquer les aéroports et est du type standoff missile, une arme qui peut être lancée a distance de sécurité pour éviter les défenses ennemies, il est comparable à l'AGM-158 Joint Air-to-Surface Standoff Missile US. en attaquant les aéroports ennemis (chinois), Taiwan pourrait gagner le temps nécessaire pour recevoir de l'aide extérieure (US) dans le cas d'une guerre dans le détroit de Taiwan.
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Message par dil@w » 16 septembre 2012, 22:50

Taiwan recevra les 4 premiers UH-60M sur une commande de 60 en 2014 les deux derniers arriveront en 2019

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The Taipei Economic and Cultural Representative Office in the United States has requested a possible sale of 60 UH-60M Black Hawk helicopters with 120 T-700-GE-701D engines, 18 spare T-700-GE-701D engines, 69 AN/APR-39A(V)2 Radar Warning Receivers, 69 AN/ALQ-144A(V)1 Infrared Countermeasure Sets, 69 AN/AAR-57 Common Missile Warning Systems, 69 AN/AVR-2B Laser Detecting Sets, 120 GAU-19/A .50 cal Machine Gun Systems, and 310 AN/AVS-9 Aviator Night Vision Goggles.
Also included are .50 cal ammunition, pyrotechnics, cartridges and propellant actuated devices. Also included are other explosives including devices, Po-Sheng Communication/Data Link Systems, ammunition, spare and repair parts, tools and support equipment, publications and technical data, personnel training and training equipment, contractor engineering and technical support services and other related elements of logistics support. The estimated cost is $3.1 billion.
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Message par tchpako » 19 septembre 2012, 08:05

Taiwan; Army cuts Artillery MRLS acquisition programm
Wednesday, 19 September 2012 04:43
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Taiwan is scaling back its purchase of additional rocket launchers from a local source. Government critics claim reductions in defense spending and a shift in the military's focus to disaster relief is hurting combat readiness. The Taiwanese government is planning to cut defense spending from $10.7 billion to $10.6 billion next year.

Taiwan had planned to purchase 57 Ray Ting 2000 multiple rocket launchers at a cost of $486 million. The new budget slashes this program by 25 percent to 43 systems.
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Message par dil@w » 25 septembre 2012, 18:38

Taiwan va bientot recuperer ses patriot PAC-2 envoyés en 2008 pour upgrade au USA

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le ministre de la défense a annoncé qu'en juin les USA ont finalement accepté de renvoyer les équipements à Taiwan alors qu'ils étaient sensé être livrés après modernisation et extension de vie en 2009. cela ne s'est pas fait car le département américain des transports a refusé parce qu'ils ne disposaient pas d'une garantie d'acheminement en toute sécurité après que les USA aient renforcé leur mesures post 11 septembre toujours selon le Ministre de la defense taiwanais qui ajoute que d'autres pays ont subit le mêmes désagréments. (mouais je n'y croit pas trop :doute1: je pense plus a des pressions chinoises).
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Message par tchpako » 02 octobre 2012, 22:53

Lockheed Martin to Upgrade 145 Taiwanese F-16 Fighters
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“Taiwan’s air force will receive the most advanced F-16 upgrades.”

$1.85 billion contract includes addition of AESA radars and avionics upgrades

07:46 GMT, October 2, 2012 FORT WORTH, Texas | Lockheed Martin was awarded a contract valued up to $1.85 billion by the U.S. Government to initiate the upgrade of 145 Block 20 F-16A/B aircraft for the Republic of China (RoC). This retrofit program will include the addition of an Active Electronically Scanned Array (AESA) radar, embedded global positioning, as well as upgrades to the electronic warfare and other avionics systems of Taiwan’s F-16s.

Lockheed Martin has a proven track record of upgrading more than 1,000 existing F-16s for a combination of the U.S. Air Force and international customers. Most recently, Lockheed Martin was named the prime integrator to upgrade the USAF F-16 fleet. Both new upgrade programs will be based on the F-16V configuration announced by Lockheed Martin earlier this year.

“Lockheed Martin looks forward to a continued partnership with the Republic of China in upgrading their F-16s,” said Jeff Babione, vice president and general manager of the F-16/F-22 Integrated Fighter Group. “Based on elements of the F-16V configuration, Taiwan’s air force will receive the most advanced F-16 upgrades. This program reinforces the strong value proposition associated with commonality between the USAF F-16 program and the worldwide F-16 user community.”

The F-16 is the choice of 26 nations. More than 4,500 aircraft have been delivered worldwide from assembly lines in five countries. The F-16 program has been characterized by unprecedented international cooperation among governments, air forces and aerospace industries. Major upgrades to all F-16 versions are being incorporated to keep the fleet modern and fully supportable over the aircraft’s long service life.
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Message par dil@w » 04 octobre 2012, 16:53

Les autorités taïwanaises clouent au sol leur flotte de Mirage 2000-5

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Apres le crash d'un Mirage 2000-5 en France ayant entraîné le décès du Lt. Col. Wang Tung-yi qui allait bientôt (2 mois) terminer une période de 2 ans d’entraînements en France et avait 1 300h de vol à son actif, les autorités taïwanaises ont décidé de clouer au sol en attendant les résultats de l’enquête, leur 56 Mirage 2000-5 restant d'une commande de 60 après le crash lors d’évènements séparés de 4 appareils.
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