CANADA PODRÍA ADQUIRIR SUPERHORNET COMO REEMPLAZO DE SUS F-18 HORNET

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CANADA PODRÍA ADQUIRIR SUPERHORNET COMO REEMPLAZO DE SUS F-18 HORNET

Mensaje por Panzermex el 6/6/2016, 9:08 pm

LES DEJO ESTE ARTICULO QUE HABLA SOBRE LA POSIBILIDAD DE QUE CANADA REEMPLACE SUS YA VETERANOS F-18 HORNETS CON F-18E SUPERHORNETS A CORTO PLAZO COMO UNA MEDIDA ANTE LA ADQUISICION DE LOS F-35A DE LOS CUALES YA SABEMOS SU LARGA Y COSTOSA HISTORIA.

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Mensaje por ARTURO GUZMAN el 7/6/2016, 12:50 am



REALMENTE ESTO NO ES NUEVO, YA QUE DESDE HACE MAS DE UN AÑO, LOS CANADIENSES YA HABÍAN HECHO PÚBLICAS ESAS PRETENSIONES DE ADQUIRIR LOS SUPERHORNETS DADOS LOS GRAVES RETRASOS EN EL PROGRAMA F-35.
TAN SERIO FUE ESE PRONUNCIAMIENTO, QUE INCLUSO SE LLEGÓ A MENCIONAR QUE PODRÍAN ABANDONAR EL PROYECTO F-35, YA QUE LOS COSTOS FINALES DEL MISMO YA RESULTABAN PROHIBITIVOS PARA ELLOS.

AL IGUAL QUE CANADÁ, AUSTRALIA TAMBIÉN HIZO LA MISMA MENCIÓN, Y DE HECHO LOS AUSTRALIANOS YA ADQUIRIERON HACE ALGUNOS AÑOS 24 AVIONES SUPERHORNETS, Y SE DECÍA QUE PODRÍAN ADQUIRIR VARIOS MAS.
AUSTRALIA TAMBIÉN ES UNO DE LOS PAÍSES FUERTEMENTE INTERESADOS EN EL F-35, PERO LAS CUENTAS YA NO LES SALIERON DEBIDO AL EXCESIVO INCREMENTO DE LOS PRECIOS FINALES.

AL IGUAL QUE ÉSTOS DOS PAÍSES, TAMBIÉN HAY REDUCCIONES EN LOS NÚMEROS DE AVIONES POR ADQUIRIR DE VARIOS DE LOS AVIONES INVOLUCRADOS EN EL PROYECTO.

ASÍ QUE, AL FINAL, QUIEN SABE QUE SUCEDA CON EL F-35, PORQIE YA ES UN SECRETO A VOCES QUE ESE AVIÓN NO ES POR MUCHO LO QUE SE ESPERABA DE EL.
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Mensaje por AzulRey el 7/6/2016, 4:07 am

Y si a eso le sumamosel hecho de la posibilidad de convertir el superhornet a la versión ASH a menor costo y con los mismo beneficios.
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Mensaje por Panzermex el 7/6/2016, 3:30 pm

ME LLAMA LA ATENCION QUE DICE 16 BILLONES (MIL MILLONES) DE DOLARES -AMERICANOS- POR 65 F-35A OSEA QUE CADA AVION LES SALDRIA EN 246 MILLONES DE DOLARES EL DOBLE QUE UN F-22 RAPTOR Exclamation Exclamation Exclamation QUE ALGUIEN ME EXPLIQUE.

CREO QUE BOEING SE DEBE DE PONER TRUCHA CON ESTA SITUACION Y APROVECHARLA PARA DOTARLOS DE 80 SUPERHORNETS CON LA ACTUALIZACION ASH
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Mensaje por GREYHOUND el 7/6/2016, 10:08 pm

INCLUSO FINLANDIA Y SUIZA PUDIERAN SEGUIR EL MISMO CAMINO, REEMPLAZAR SUS F-18 HORNET POR LOS F-18E/F SUPERHORNET
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Mensaje por ozzopolar el 9/6/2016, 5:20 pm

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Canada to stay in program of F-35 jet buyers despite pledge to withdraw
STEVEN CHASE
OTTAWA — The Globe and Mail
Published Wednesday, Feb. 24, 2016 9:13PM EST
Last updated Wednesday, Feb. 24, 2016 9:15PM EST
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The Canadian government intends to make a payment this spring to remain part of the consortium of F-35 Lightning fighter-jet buyers, despite a Liberal election promise to exclude the aircraft when selecting this country’s next warplane.

The move raises questions about whether the Liberal government is reconsidering its ban on purchasing the controversial F-35 jet.

Prime Minister Justin Trudeau’s party announced during last year’s election campaign that it “no longer makes sense” to buy a fighter with the F-35’s stealth, first-strike capability, citing skyrocketing costs for a plane that has been plagued with development problems. The Liberals vowed instead to buy a “lower-priced” aircraft and funnel the money saved into the Royal Canadian Navy.

This week, however, Department of National Defence spokeswoman Ashley Lemire said Canada plans to pay the latest required annual instalment to the Joint Strike Fighter program. She said the upcoming payment is estimated to be $32.9-million (U.S.)

The contribution would maintain Canada’s membership in the F-35 buyers’ pool. This gives Ottawa the right to buy F-35s at a discount and allows Canadian companies to continue to bid on supply contracts for the plane.

Asked why Canada remains in the Joint Strike Fighter program when the Liberals have eliminated the plane as an option, Defence Minister Harjit Singh Sajjan said the government is still reviewing how it should proceed on replacing the country’s aging CF-18 fighters.

“We can’t just make a very quick decision on something like this. We want to make a responsible decision as we move forward. We have to go through the proper requirements. Once we go through a proper process, decisions will be made at that,” he said.

The annual required contribution to remain in the Joint Strike Fighter program, alongside allies such as the United States and Britain, has varied between $21-million and $48.5-million over the past five years.

Conservative Senator Daniel Lang said the federal government’s decision to stay in the program is puzzling.

“Why would anybody spend millions of dollars to stay in a program they’re not going to participate in?” said Mr. Lang, who chairs the Senate national security and defence committee.

Leaving the Joint Strike Fighter program would hurt Canadian business because companies would no longer be able to bid on contracts to supply parts and software for the plane.

Canadian companies have won more than $750-million in contracts related to the F-35 because Canada has been a partner in the program for decades. Should the Liberals exit the program, Canadian firms’ contracts will wind down and they will not be eligible to bid on further work.

“At this time, Canada remains in the Joint Strike Fighter program, which ensures Canada can continue to benefit from economic opportunities resulting from the partnership while we work to determine the way forward,” the Defence Department’s Ms. Lemire said.

One procurement expert working for the federal government, who spoke on condition of anonymity, said it’s unclear whether Ottawa could successfully defend against legal action should it bar jet maker Lockheed Martin and its F-35 plane from a competition. “They will have to decide whether they want to run a competition or face a lawsuit.… The easiest option for a variety of reasons is to run a competition and run it fairly.”

The Liberals inherit a military purchasing effort plagued by delays and cost overruns, from shipbuilding to aircraft.

“I will be honest with you. Our procurement system is not providing capabilities to [Canadian Forces] members in a timely manner,” Mr. Sajjan told the Senate on Wednesday.

The Trudeau government has created a cabinet committee to oversee defence procurement that will be headed by Natural Resources Minister Jim Carr, who previously served as president and chief executive of the Business Council of Manitoba.

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Mensaje por SUNDOWNERS el 12/9/2017, 7:21 pm

Notificación de la DSCA

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WASHINGTON, Sep. 12, 2017 - The State Department has made a determination approving a possible Foreign Military Sale to the Government of Canada of ten (10) F/A-18E Super Hornet aircraft, with F414-GE-400 engines; eight (Cool F/A-18F Super Hornet aircraft, with F414-GE-400 engines; eight (Cool F414-GE-400 engine spares; twenty (20) AN/APG-79 Active Electronically Scanned Array (AESA) radars; twenty (20) M61A2 20MM gun systems; twenty-eight (28) AN/ALR-67(V)3 Electronic Warfare Countermeasures Receiving Sets; fifteen (15) AN/AAQ-33 Sniper Advanced Targeting Pods; twenty (20) Multifunctional Information Distribution Systems–Joint Tactical Radio System (MIDS-JTRS); thirty (30) Joint Helmet Mounted Cueing Systems (JHMCS); twenty-eight (28) AN/ALQ-214 Integrated Countermeasures Systems; one hundred thirty (130) LAU-127E/A and or F/A Guided Missile Launchers; twenty-two (22) AN/AYK-29 Distributed Targeting System (DTS); twenty-two (22) AN/AYK-29 Distributed Targeting Processor (DTP); one hundred (100) AIM-9X-2 Sidewinder Block II Tactical Missiles; thirty (30) AIM-9X-2 Sidewinder Block II Captive Air Training Missiles (CATM); eight (Cool AIM-9X-2 Sidewinder Block II Special Air Training Missiles (NATM); twenty (20) AIM-9X-2 Sidewinder Block II Tactical Guidance Units; sixteen (16) AIM-9X-2 Sidewinder Block II CATM Guidance Units. Also included in this sale are AN/AVS-9 Night Vision Goggles (NVG); AN/ALE-47 Electronic Warfare Countermeasures Systems; AN/ARC-210 Communication System; AN/APX-111 Combined Interrogator Transponder; AN/ALE-55 Towed Decoys; Joint Mission Planning System (JMPS); AN/PYQ-10C Simple Key Loader (SKL); Data Transfer Unit (DTU); Accurate Navigation (ANAV) Global Positioning System (GPS) Navigation; KIV-78 Duel Channel Encryptor, Identification Friend or Foe (IFF); CADS/PADS; Instrument Landing System (ILS); Aircraft Armament Equipment (AAE); High Speed Video Network (HSVN) Digital Video Recorder (HDVR); Launchers (LAU-115D/A, LAU-116B/A, LAU-118A); flight test services; site survey; aircraft ferry; auxiliary fuel tanks; aircraft spares; containers; storage and preservation; transportation; aircrew and maintenance training; training aids and equipment, devices and spares and repair parts; weapon system support and test equipment; technical data Engineering Change Proposals; technical publications and documentation; software; avionics software support; software development/integration; system integration and testing; U.S. Government and contractor engineering technical and logistics support; Repair of Repairable (RoR); repair and return warranties; other technical assistance and support equipment; and other related elements of logistics and program support. The estimated total case value is $5.23 billion. The Defense Security Cooperation Agency delivered the required certification notifying Congress of this possible sale on September 11, 2017.

This proposed sale will contribute to the foreign policy and national security objectives of the United States by helping to improve the security of a NATO ally which has been, and continues to be, a key democratic partner of the United States in ensuring peace and stability. The acquisition of the F/A-18E/F Super Hornet aircraft, associated weapons and capability will allow for greater interoperability with U.S. forces, providing benefits for training and possible future coalition operations in support of shared regional security objectives.

The proposed sale of the F/A-18E/F Super Hornet aircraft will improve Canada’s capability to meet current and future warfare threats and provide greater security for its critical infrastructure. Canada will have no difficulty absorbing this equipment into its armed forces.

The proposed sale of this equipment and support does not alter the basic military balance in the region.

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