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  1. Le premier frankentanker japonais fait sont roll-out chez Boeing. https://www.scramble.nl/military-news/japan-s-first-boeing-kc-46
  2. Le patron de General Atomics parle du successeur du MQ-9 Reaper, aile volante à l'autonomie sérieusement augmenté... http://www.opex360.com/2020/09/15/lamericain-general-atomics-devoile-le-successeur-de-son-drone-male-mq-9-reaper/ https://www.flightglobal.com/military-uavs/general-atomics-unveils-ultra-long-endurance-replacement-for-mq-9-reaper/140162.article
  3. Le premier des C-135FR a être retiré du service sera le 93-CF, c'est prévu pour le 7 Octobre après 56 ans de bons et loyaux service... http://www.opex360.com/2020/09/15/un-premier-avion-ravitailleur-c-135fr-devrait-bientot-etre-retire-du-service/
  4. Livraison en cours de 6 Super Tucano aux Philippines Via Scramble " Philippine A-29 Super Tucano arrived at Malta On Wednesday 9 September 2020, the six Embraer A-29 Super Tucanos destined for the Hukbong Himpapawid ng Pilipinas (Philippine Air Force) arrived at Malta/Luqa after a flight from Alverca (Portugal). The delivery flight started on 29 August 2020 at Sao Jose Dos Campos (SJK, Brazil). The aircraft are roughly halfway on their delivery flight *), which will take at least ten more days to reach their final destination. We are not aware of the scheduled stops during the "second half" of the delivery flight. If you have more information, please let us know. The aircraft are expected to join the 15th Strike Wing/16th Strike Squadron "Eagles" at Danielo Atienza-Cavite air base near the capital Manila. If correct, the OV-10 Broncos are expected to be moved to the 17th Attack Squadron "Jaguars" at the same air base, where they will replace the SF260TPs. At Malta/Luqa, the construction numbers and future Philippine serials of the A-29s were checked. These are: PT-ZZM - 1901 c/n 31400250 PT-ZZN - 1902 c/n 31400251 PT-ZZO - 1903 c/n 31400252 PT-ZZQ - 1904 c/n 31400253 PT-ZZS - 1905 c/n 31400254 PT-ZZU - 1906 c/n 31400255"
  5. Quelques images du proto à l'assemblage. https://www.fmkorea.com/3072049757
  6. Crash d'un Hawkeye à Wallops Island prés de Norfolk, heureusement l’équipage a pu sauter en parachute. http://www.opex360.com/2020/09/01/un-avion-americain-de-guet-aerien-e-2c-hawkeye-sest-ecrase-a-norfolk/ https://news.usni.org/2020/08/31/e-2c-hawkeye-crashes-near-wallops-island-crew-recovered-safely
  7. La Thaïlande choisi le Texan II(12ex) et le Wolverine(12ex). http://psk.blog.24heures.ch/archive/2020/08/27/la-thailande-choisi-l-at-6- wolverine - -869672.html
  8. Oui mais probablement en module amovible, c'est fromage ou dessert. Je préférerai un canon lourd monté à demeure, mais cela implique probablement de concevoir le fuselage autour de ce dernier pour pouvoir encaisser le recul (comme l'A-10). Pas assez polyvalent sur la plaquette publicitaire où l'on veut du multi-rôle jusqu’à l'exagération.
  9. Ce qui est dommage avec tout ces projets de COIN c'est qu'aucun n'est doté d'un canon puissant en interne. Ce serait pourtant bien utile...
  10. Une boite canadienne veut réinventer le Bronco. https://militaryleak.com/2020/08/12/icarus-aerospace-introduced-tav-tactical-air-vehicle/
  11. L'USAF recevra ses 2 premiers F-15EX en 2021 à fin d'essais. https://www.air-cosmos.com/article/lus-air-force-se-prpare-recevoir-deux-f-15-ex-23454
  12. Des chinois qui interceptent d'autres chinois, trop fort! "L'armée de l'air chinoise intervient sur en moyenne deux interceptions par jour sur des avions chinois" Précisions sur la modernisation des F-15J, 98 appareils, radar AESA, etc (voir article) pour 4,5 milliards de dollars. Au passage le F-15J deviendra le « Japan Super Interceptor » F-15JSI. http://psk.blog.24heures.ch/archive/2020/07/29/le-japon-va-moderniser-ses-f-15 -869539.html Notez le missile Stand-Off.
  13. Un Blackhawk Afghan crashé, incident technique ou tir Taliban? 5 blessés légers. "On 27 July 2020, an Afghan National Army Black Hawk crashed in southern Helmand province due to technical issues. The incident happened during a landing somewhere in the Kajaki district about 8:40 hours local time. The five crew members got away with minor injuries. A security source said the helicopter was targeted by the Taliban while flying over Kajaki and “was carrying wounded army soldiers.” The Taliban did not comment on the incident." Via Scramble
  14. Un Chinook de la RAF se mange un câble à l'entrainement heureusement sans conséquences graves. "Chinook claims wire strike An RAF Chinook of 18(B)sq (ZA683, msn MA014/M7031) was forced to make an unplanned landing on Carmarthenshire farmland near Llangynin, Wales. The Ministry of Defence says the incident happened on Tuesday evening 28 July. Twin-engined helicopter crew suffered "minor injuries". Military chiefs add the Chinook was on a training exercise at the time. A 'wire strike' is suspected to be the cause. Pam Windsor, a community councillor in Llangynin, says her electricity cut off after her family heard a "loud sort of droning noise of a helicopter very close by". She says: "We went outside and we could see the Chinook very low, just passing over the village heading towards fields in the distance." Credit: BBC News via Scramble "