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Fotos del M1A1 australiano. Pensar que con lo que gastaron ellos... nosotros nos desarrollamos el Patagón....

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Imágenes del helicóptero Tiger australiano.

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Specifications
Crew one pilot and one Battle captain/gunner
Engines 2 x MTR 390 Maximum take-off power, above 1900Kw
Length 14.08 metres
Height 5.20 metres
Width 4.52 metres
Rotor 13 metres diameter
Weight
Maximum useful load 1800 kg
Maximum weight 6100 kg (alternative gross weight 6300 kg)
Mission weight 6.1 t to 6.3 t according to configuration
Fuel
Maximum internal fuel 1,082 kg
Maximum fuel (internal + external) 1,670 kg
Performance
(Sea level, ISA conditions), at design mission weight
Mission endurance 2 hrs 50 minutes (including reserve)
Rate of climb 10.7 to 11.5 m/s according to configuration
Hover out-of-ground effect (OGE) 3,500 m
Cruise speed (armed) 150 kt
Cruise speed economy 130 kt
Range speed 120 - 130 knots
Design limit speed 175 kt
Maximum range with takeoff at maximum weight with standards tanks 800 km - 432 nautical miles
Max range with maximum fuel with ferry tanks 1200 km - 700 nautical miles

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Australian Army - Exercise Chong Ju

The Australian Army’s firepower and manoeuvre demonstration at Puckapunyal Military Area, called EXERCISE CHONG JU.

EX CHONG JU is named after a series of offensive actions by the 3rd Battalion, the Royal Australian Regiment (3RAR) on 29 October 1950 against North Koreans, during which infantry company advances were supported by US Army tanks and artillery.

Artillery from 53 Independent Battery fired 105mm rounds in support of the biannual exercise. The battery usually supports courses run by the School of Artillery.

53 Independent Battery was the only Australian battery to bring its guns to bear against the Japanese during the Battle of Kokoda in 1942.

Besides the effect of artillery and aircraft, EX CHONG JU demonstrated M1A1 Abrams tanks, M113AS4 armoured personnel carriers (APCs), ASLAV and the Javelin Medium Defensive Fire Support Weapon. All of these weapon systems are available to an Australian combat team when it employs synchronised arms effects.

From a dense treeline, tanks and armoured personnel carriers (APCs) advanced to their target, called Objective Spike.

The M113AS4 is an updated APC, and features improved armour and cross country capability that allows it to keep up with the M1A1 Tank.

The assaulting force made short work of is objective, and clearly demonstrated the potency of the modern Australian combat team.

EX CHONG JU is a training activity for the Combat Officer Advanced Course, which trains combat arms officers on combined arms tactics.

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Australia Short-Lists Three for Protected Mobility Vehicle
27 Mei 2010

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General Dynamic's Eagle IV (photo : thinkdefence)

Aussie Manufacturers Given a Shot at Billion Dollar Military Contract

Australian manufacturers will be given a chance to win a contract worth more than $1 billion for the manufacture of the next generation of protected mobility vehicles, Greg Combet, Minister for Defence Materiel and Science, announced today.

“Three Australian based companies will be awarded up to $9 million each for the development of protected mobility vehicle prototypes, putting them in the running to land a manufacturing contract for up to 1300 vehicles,” Mr Combet said.

“I am happy to announce that Thales Australia, Force Protection Europe and General Dynamics Land Systems Australia are the three companies who will be given a shot at this important contract.

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Thales Australia's Hawkei (photo : thales)

“This decision means that these companies now have a chance of competing against prototypes being developed in the US that are also in the running for the contract.”

Mr Combet said that the three companies would be given around six months to produce two test drive ready prototype vehicles each.

“The Rudd Government believes that Australia has some of the best defence equipment manufacturers in the world. This decision will mean that they will have a fair chance to compete with other international competitors,” said Mr. Combet.

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Force Protection's Ocelot (photo : Ricardo)

The announcement follows a decision by the Government in 2008 to participate in the current US Joint Light Tactical Vehicle program which is also working on the development of protected mobility vehicle prototypes.

“Today’s announcement means that there will be greater competition for this very important contract – an outcome that can only lead to better vehicles and capability for the Australian Defence Force,” said Mr. Combet.

“The protected mobility vehicles will play an important role in keeping Australian troops safe in combat roles, including command, liaison and light battlefield resupply.

“They will be provided to the Army’s combat units and Air Force’s Air Field Defence Guards and will be designed to operate in future conflict environments.”
Thales Australia has facilities in Bendigo, Victoria. General Dynamics Land Systems Australia has facilities in the suburbs of Adelaide in South Australia.

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Thales and Steyr Mannlicher sign Cooperation Agreement
26 Januari 2012

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Soldiers of the Australian Defence Force (ADF) equipped with F88 assault rifles. (photo : Defpro)

Bringing together unique Australian and Austrian expertise, Thales Australia and Steyr Mannlicher have signed an agreement to cooperate on global market opportunities. Steyr Mannlicher is the original designer of the Australian Defence Force’s F88 assault rifle, which was manufactured and subsequently developed further by Thales Australia.

Under the agreement the two companies will refresh their longstanding cooperation in military markets, with Thales Australia taking the formal lead in Australia and New Zealand. This will benefit customers by sharing R&D to drive product improvements, working towards common supply chains where appropriate, and streamlining service delivery.

Chris Jenkins, Thales Australia’s CEO, said: “This agreement represents the continuing evolution of our Soldier Systems business. Steyr Mannlicher has a long history and a global market outlook which, combined with our expertise delivering and upgrading infantry weapons, will allow us to collectively build on our vast knowledge and networks to offer streamlined, cost-effective solutions to customers.”

“Both companies employ world-class weapon designers and experts, and our combined capabilities will make this a compelling team. We have invested significantly in weapon development in Australia, and are eager to offer Australian innovations through Steyr Mannlicher to the rest of the world. The current development of the next generation weapon under the LAND 125 3C program is the most recent example of the innovative work being done at Lithgow.

”Thales Australia and Steyr Mannlicher have been working together since 1986 to deliver assault rifles, and since then have continuously improved weapon performance and enabled the integration of a wide range of third-party accessories. The SA2 currently in service demonstrates the continuing evolution of this capability.

Over the past few years, Thales Australia has built on its traditional expertise in the precision manufacturing of small arms at the Thales-owned Lithgow facility in New South Wales, to offer a wider range of services including engineering, design, procurement, logistics and project management. The company also supports a range of third-party weapons currently in use by the Australian Defence Force.

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EF88: Australia’s Next-Generation Assault Rifle

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Top: EF88 with 16” barrel shown with Ase Utra suppressor, Trijicon TA44SR-10 1.5×16 ACOG, and folding foregrip. Centre: EF88 with 20” barrel, fitted with Trijicon 4×32 BAC ACOG, Madritsch ML40AUS grenade launcher, and Thales Australia-designed quadrant sight with mounted Trijicon RMR. Bottom: F88SA2 (current Australian Defence Force service rifle) with RM Equipment M203PI grenade launcher, Knight’s Armament Company quadrant sight, and standard 1.5x ring sight. (photo : Rogue Adventurer)


In September 2012, I had the opportunity to visit Lithgow (New South Wales, Australia) at the invitation of Thales Australia in order to conduct a Test and Evaluation (T&E) of their Enhanced F88 Assault Rifle. This weapon is being developed for the Australian Defence Force (ADF) under the Land 125 Phase 3C program. Pending the results of Department of Defence testing, this rifle will be in the early stages of manufacturing in 2014. A version of the EF88, with several minor differences, is being marketed globally by Thales as the F90, drawing directly on the Australian small arms experience. The EF88 is the latest iteration of the long-serving F88 Austeyr; this updated weapon has been designed and produced more than 20 years after the first F88 rifles entered service in Australia, and over 35 years since the Steyr AUG on which it is based was first designed in Austria. Fundamentally, the EF88 remains much the same as its predecessors: a bullpup-configuration selective fire weapon, chambered for the 5.56x45mm NATO cartridge, short-stroke piston operated and firing from a closed bolt.

Despite core similarities, the EF88 features a number of improvements designed to make the weapon more user-friendly and more combat effective. Many of these changes were inspired by a combination of operational user input and Defence specifications, whilst others were entirely Thales Australia’s own concepts. In fact, Thales Australia made a corporate decision to exceed the specifications laid out by Defence in Land 125, and have upgraded their operations at Lithgow from ‘build-to-print’ manufacturing to encompass a true Original Equipment Manufacturer (OEM) capability.

A lot of the experience that made this possible was gained during the F88SA2 program. As some readers may be aware, the F88SA2 has actually been made in two different series. The F88SA2 first saw service in 2009 and sported a two-tone colour change, a longer upper rail, and a bespoke side bracket to allow the fitting of a Night Aiming Device (NAD) or flashlight. The 2009 series experienced a technical issue, occasionally failing to fully lock with a full magazine after being manually cocked. Many users had taken to only loading 28 or 29 cartridges in each magazine as a way of combating this issue. In 2010, Thales made a series of reliability enhancements to the F88SA2 executed through a series of tolerance changes, more stringent gauging, and minor design changes. This experience, both in updating the F88 and F88SA1 to F88SA2 standard, as well as in refining manufacturing processes for the F88SA2 2010 series, has contributed to Thales Australia’s capability to produce a new assault rifle which significantly exceeds Defence’s stated requirements.

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Entrenamiento de Armas Combinadas en Townsville
07 Juni 2013

Durante el período del 9 de mayo al 1 de junio 2013 la tercera brigada (3BDE) basada en Townsville llevó a cabo una actividad de formación de Armas Combinadas (CATA) en el Área de Entrenamiento de Campo de Townsville (TFTA) con el fin de prepararse para el ejercicio TALISMAN SABRE en julio y el avance hacia la estado de la Brigada 'Ready' en noviembre.

El CATA se centró en la conducción de gama alta a mediados de la intensidad de la Foundation War Fighting con una serie de actividades de maniobra del grupo de batalla del fuego y Ejercicios LIVE, incluyendo fuego real a nivel de brigada como la actividad final. La situación dentro de la actividad permitida para los grupos de batalla para moverse a través de dos misiones diferentes con el segundo dando la oportunidad a fuego vivo.


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Carros de combate M1A1 Abrams del primer regimiento acorazado en movimiento en una posición de fuego durante un disparo de Ejercicio Live.

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Un transporte de personal acorazado M113 del regimiento de caballería acorazada transita a una nueva ubicación.

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Soldados del 1er Batallón, The Royal Australian Regiment (1RAR) se preparan para ser levantado del aire por aviones del 5 º Regimiento de Aviación en la conclusión del ejercicio CATA. La aeronave en cuestión son tres MRH 90 Tapains, ocho S70 Blackhawks y un CH-47 Chinook.

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Los soldados del 1er Batallón, The Royal Australian Regiment (1RAR) bordo de las aeronaves desde el 5 º Regimiento de Aviación, incluyendo el MRH 90 Tapain, en la conclusión del ejercicio CATA.

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Un Chinook del 5 º Regimiento de Aviación lleva a cabo una misión durante el ejercicio CATA.

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Dos helicópteros de reconocimiento armado (Tigres) del 5 º Regimiento de Aviación se preparan para atacar a un blanco en un Fuego Ejercicio Live.

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