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post Jan 24 2015, 08:46 PM, updated 7y ago

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post Jan 24 2015, 08:56 PM

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First Airbus A400M airlifter for Malaysia rolled out of paintshop
23 January 2015 Friday

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RMAF A400M M54-01

The first Airbus A400M new generation airlifter for the Royal Malaysian Air Force has now been painted in its new colours at the Airbus Defence and Space facility in Seville, Spain. In the coming days the aircraft, known as MSN22, will perform its first ground tests and flights before delivery. RMAF pilots, maintenance engineers and technicians are already undergoing instruction at the Airbus Defence and Space International Training Centre.

The photo above shows the aircraft in RMAF colours.

http://airbusdefenceandspace.com/first-air...t-of-paintshop/

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post Jan 24 2015, 10:06 PM

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time to add tis into our arsenal brows.gif brows.gif

was told.. it like budget alternative to Hellfire on attack heli and come with ground variant also laugh.gif

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MIZRAK-U, developed by ROKETSAN primarily for use from assault helicopters is an anti – tank missile system. It is, with the advanced technology it has, highly effective against all armored threats in the field

Properties of the Product

MIZRAK-U, with its Imaging Infrared Seeker and Laser Seeker options, is an antitank missile, having a range of 8 km and lock on before / after launch and “fire and forget / fire and update” properties, used against armored targets, from Air to Ground as well as Ground to Ground.

Basic Properties

    Insensitive munitions (Level V)
    Tandem warhead effective against reactive armors
    Integration to various platforms (helicopter, UAV, land vehicle, stationary platform, light attack aircraft, naval platform)
    IIR or Laser Seeker options
    Lock on before / after – launch
    Fire and forget / Fire and update properties
    RF data link
    Smokeless composite solid propellant
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post Jan 24 2015, 10:12 PM

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QUOTE(thpace @ Jan 24 2015, 10:06 PM)
time to add tis into our arsenal  brows.gif  brows.gif

was told.. it like budget alternative to Hellfire on attack heli and come with ground variant also laugh.gif

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yes, fully support of this, only 60% of hellfire price, if we get Tiger, good to replace Israel made spike-er missile. biggrin.gif
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post Jan 24 2015, 11:08 PM

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Besides the Nexter Caesar 155mm SPH the Royal Thai Army is also acquiring the Elbit ATMOS 155mm SPH. The RTA will have 2 different variant of wheeled SPH.

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http://www.militaryphotos.net/forums/showt...-RTA-RTP/page90

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post Jan 24 2015, 11:19 PM

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anyone got the video for the demo on tawau airport today?
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post Jan 24 2015, 11:23 PM

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A400M both angle pics

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post Jan 24 2015, 11:26 PM

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post Jan 24 2015, 11:40 PM

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those wheel spg are still very much manual labor

Tracked variant are almost automatic from entering rounds and placing propellants


I hope K9 could be selected for our SPG or at least take turkey T-155 tongue.gif
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post Jan 25 2015, 01:20 AM

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QUOTE(thpace @ Jan 24 2015, 11:40 PM)
those wheel spg are still very much manual labor

Tracked variant are almost automatic from entering rounds and placing propellants

I hope K9 could be selected for our SPG or at least take turkey T-155 tongue.gif
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both also too heavy loh ..... think more logic one .......
newest advance SPH model also automatic load rounds and placing propellants ....
depend how your budget .....
now need to think first wheeled or tracked SPH first+ weight -->than single or complete system sph -->than ammunition cost.
than overall cost.... adjustment ....
and than Mindef please not buy tower howitzer with manual man load round anymore.

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Hopefully, rectified soon.......

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Germany's defense minister criticizes Airbus over new A400M delays

(Reuters) - Germany's defense minister has criticised Airbus (AIR.PA) over new delays in the delivery of A400M military transport planes, saying the company had a serious problem with product quality.

The German armed forces took delivery in December of the first of a total of 53 A400M aircraft that it has ordered, with a further five due to be handed over this year.

However, the defense ministry said last week there were signals from European defense equipment agency OCCAR, which is negotiating with Airbus on behalf of governments seeking to buy the planes, that A400M deliveries could be delayed.


"The Airbus announcement of further A400M delays hits us at the most inconvenient time," Defence Minister Ursula von der Leyen told Der Spiegel magazine in excerpts of an interview to published in Saturday's edition.

"At stake is not just the image of the company, but also Germany's reliability as an alliance partner," she added.

"Airbus seems to have a serious problem with its understanding of product quality."

The minister said she expected Airbus to make every effort to minimise the impact of the delays on the armed forces.

German military inspectors checked the first A400M plane in November and listed 875 defects, including missing insulation of electric cables and leaked hydraulic oil on the main landing gear and tires, Spiegel reported, citing internal documents.

A spokesman for Airbus said the company was in contact with its clients on the matter and declined to give further comment.

This week a company executive said Airbus' Defence and Space division will reveal a revised 2015 delivery schedule for the A400M at the end of February. In total, 170 A400Ms have been ordered by seven nations - Germany, Belgium, Britain, France, Luxembourg, Spain and Turkey. [ID:nL6N0UZ2NC]

After saying last year that Germany would take a more active role in global affairs, von der Leyen was forced to acknowledge that so much military equipment was in a state of disrepair that Germany was unable to meet its NATO commitments.

http://www.reuters.com/article/2015/01/23/...N0KW21U20150123
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