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Quant à une commande complémentaire de F-16, quid du financement, qui avait été problématique pour la vente de Rafale ? Les USA vendraient encore une fois sans faire (ou presque) de profits et en accordant un généreux crédit ? 

vois ca dans un autre sens, ca fait tourner la chaine 2 ans de plus et pendant 20 ans ils achètent des pièces de rechanges bien cher et de l'armement

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Les pilotes F16 parlent d une nouvelle commande, mais je sais pas si c est un souhait de leurs EMG ou c est une décision prise par S.M Med VI. L infrastructure est faite pour plus de 24 appareils et n oublions pas que les F16 sont la pour remplacer F5.

Avec la crise économique, qui touche aussi le Maroc (la baisse des commande venant de l UE), l affaire n est pas facile mais je pense qu il faut compter sur une aide du gouvernement US. et le prix d un nouveau batch de 24 sera dans l 1,5 MM$. Dans 3-5 ans c est faisable (relance économique ).

Pour le KC135, il y a le chili qui l a reçu via EDA, pourquoi pas nous!

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Morocco becomes 10th AIM-9X Sidewinder missile international customer

FARNBOROUGH, England, July 8, 2012 /PRNewswire/ -- The Kingdom of Morocco and the U.S. government executed a letter of offer and acceptance (LOA) to purchase Raytheon's (NYSE: RTN) AIM-9X Block II missile. The Royal Moroccan Air Force (RMAF) is the world's 10th country to employ the AIM-9X Sidewinder infrared-guided, air-to-air missile and will be the fourth country with the AIM-9X Block II.

The AIM-9X Block II adds a redesigned fuze that offers a lock-on-after-launch and datalink capability to the AIM-9X Block I. The AIM-9X Block II missile is in the operational testing phase; Raytheon is currently producing AIM-9X Block II captive air training missiles.

"The AIM-9X Block II brings enhanced capability to the RMAF that will enhance security in the Middle East and North Africa," said Capt. John Martins, U.S. Navy Air-to-Air Missile program manager. "This sale is a win for both the U.S. and Moroccan warfighters because it enhances coalition air combat operations and also reduces the unit cost of the AIM-9X Block II missile through economies of scale."

Under the agreement, the U.S. government will provide the RMAF an undisclosed quantity of tactical and training AIM-9X Block II Sidewinder missiles for Morocco's F-16 fighter aircraft.

"This is the latest chapter of Raytheon's more than half a century commitment to the Middle East and North Africa," said Harry Schulte, vice president of Raytheon Missile Systems' Air Warfare Systems product line. "More than 400 Raytheon employees and suppliers have built and delivered more than 4,000 AIM-9X Block I missiles for the U.S. and our allies worldwide."

The Royal Moroccan Air Force joins the air forces of Australia, Denmark, Finland, Poland, Saudi Arabia, Singapore, South Korea, Switzerland, Turkey and the United States as AIM-9X users. The weapon is currently integrated on the F/A-18 Hornet, F-15 Eagle and F-16 Fighting Falcon.

About the AIM-9X Block II

  • Raytheon has more than 10 years of continuous on-time delivery of AIM-9X.
  • AIM-9X Block II is in full-rate production.
  • AIM-9X reliability is approaching three times the required mean time between failure.
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On voit en effet à quel point l'incident de l'ile Persil a été traumatisant pour le Maroc...

ce sont juste des amateurs de forum far-maroc-truc qu'ils fantasmes, ils ont même crée un journal de fantasme (emerakech.info) qui parle des future acquisitions comme le pantsir s1  :oops: etc.. etc...   
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Bon toujours pas de petit pdf pour le multitrans  23?? (j'ai trouvé des photos par contre)

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Jane's

Bonjour,

vous vous référez à l'article du Jane's durant EUROSATORY 2010 : http://home.janes.com/events/exhibitions/eurosatory2010/sections/french/daytwo/succs-export.shtml

C'est avec plaisir que nous joignons à ce message, une photo de l'Abri Technique Mobile du programme RMAF, équipé du Moyen de Transport et de Manutention MULTI-TRANS HB 23.

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Meilleures salutations.

HENRI BLANC SA

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crash d un helicoptère militaire Marocain , au moins neuf morts

Morocco army helicopter crash kills nine

RABAT: Nine people were killed and two seriously injured in a military helicopter crash in the Guelmim area of southwest Morocco late on Wednesday, medical sources said.

The cause of the accident was not immediately known.

Eight of the aircraft's 11 passengers were killed on the spot, said the sources on condition of anonymity. Of three people who were taken to hospital, one died of injuries.

Last year, a military plane travelling from Agadir to Western Sahara crashed in Guelmim, where the army has an airbase, killing 80 people. (AFP)

http://www.thenews.com.pk/article-75533-Morocco-army-helicopter-crash-kills-nine

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