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Il y a 1 heure, Brian McNewbie a dit :

La question me semble pertinente sur ce fil au sens où les Leclerc - qui ne sont plus fabriqués donc je vois mal pourquoi ils sont cités ici -,

Source  presse indienne (cf l'article)

En plus du t14, le T84 ukrainien clôt la liste.

Ils doivent penser a rouvrir une chaine leclerc Make in india.

Le critère de sélection devait être un char moderne meilleur que le t90, pas trop enveloppé, exportable. Ah et pas ennemi (chinois).:biggrin:

Le type 10 japonais aurait pu faire partie de la liste, mais le pays est puceau en matière de coopération d'armement pour export.

J'ai pitié du premier jap qui se frotte a la bureaucratie indienne.:rolleyes:

http://www.timesnownews.com/india/article/indian-army-frcv-picture-future-ready-combat-vehicle-battle-tank-ministry-of-defence-times-now-exclusive/125580

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il y a 42 minutes, rogue0 a dit :

Ils doivent penser a rouvrir une chaine leclerc Make in india.

Même si la chaine a fermé au cours des années 2000, Nexter avait assuré être en mesure de la réouvrir pour le marché saoudien... une belle utopie ? Dans tous les cas, Nexter refourguerait effectivement dès le départ la fabrication à ses partenaires indiens, à contrario des autres programmes qui l'intéressent (TGS, MGS, T40 pour FICV) et dont le transfert se ferait dans le temps. Le groupe tisse sa toile de partenariats depuis quelques années dans le pays à partir de sa filiale locale, ce qui est positif pour un hypothétique Leclerc à la sauce indienne.

Pour les plus téméraires, une étude intéressante:

http://publications.drdo.gov.in/ojs/index.php/dsj/article/view/11426/5924

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Il y a 1 heure, rogue0 a dit :

Source  presse indienne (cf l'article)

En plus du t14, le T84 ukrainien clôt la liste.

Ils doivent penser a rouvrir une chaine leclerc Make in india.

Le critère de sélection devait être un char moderne meilleur que le t90, pas trop enveloppé, exportable. Ah et pas ennemi (chinois).:biggrin:

Je ne veux pas être méchant, mais un T-84 ukrainien (je n'ai rien contre le véhicule en lui-même, je précise) meilleur qu'un T-90MS dernier cri (de ce modèle): ça me fait doucement sourire quand même... Et je ne parle même pas de la capacité quasi légendaire des ukrainiens à respecter les délais de livraison. Suffit de demander aux Thaïlandais ce qu'ils en pensent. 

Ceci dit, incapacité chronique des ukrainiens à tenir des délais et indécision coutumière indienne: en fait, on a une belle "winning team" en puissance :laugh:

(Oui ok, je retourne à mon Gin Tonic). 

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 Nexter est présent dans deux compétitions gigantesques en Inde.

La première, qui pourrait être le contrat du siècle en matière d'artillerie porterait sur une commande de 1.400 canons de 155 millimètres tractés, pour lequel Nexter propose le Trajan. Ce contrat s'élèverait à 1 milliard d'euros, soit un montant jamais atteint dans le domaine de l'artillerie. Le groupe français fait partie des deux derniers candidats avant la décision finale. Le Trajan est actuellement en train d'effectuer une nouvelle campagne de tests en Inde, avait expliqué en février le PDG de Nexter Stéphane Mayer.

La deuxième compétition porte sur 800 canons montés sur camion, pour lequel le groupe propose le Caesar.

https://www.latribune.fr/entreprises-finance/industrie/aeronautique-defense/exportations-d-armes-pourquoi-2018-sera-bien-mieux-que-2007-pour-la-france-783984.html#xtor=EPR-2-[l-actu-du-jour]-20180705

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Accessoirement, continuer une procédure qui a pris tellement de "retards" (pléonasme lorsqu'il s'agit de l'Inde) avec un système qui est déjà en cours de remplacement au sein de l'armée russe (le 9K333 Verba supplante et remplace l'Igla-S): pas étonnant que les résultats ne soient pas à la hauteur...  

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Le 18/10/2018 à 19:05, Banzinou a dit :

 

Bon ben au final; les Russes placeront quand même le système Igla-S en Inde. Deuxième gros contrat local emporté en peu de temps par la Russie (outre les S-400 et dans une moindre mesure les Talwar); voilà qui devrait faire taire ceux/celles qui prétendent un peu rapidement que la Russie est hors-jeu en Inde. N'en déplaise. :wink:

 https://www.livefistdefence.com/2018/11/after-big-s-400-deal-russia-wins-indian-army-vshorads-missile-contest.html

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Le 20/11/2018 à 19:11, MeisterDorf a dit :

Bon ben au final; les Russes placeront quand même le système Igla-S en Inde. Deuxième gros contrat local emporté en peu de temps par la Russie (outre les S-400 et dans une moindre mesure les Talwar); voilà qui devrait faire taire ceux/celles qui prétendent un peu rapidement que la Russie est hors-jeu en Inde. N'en déplaise. :wink:

 https://www.livefistdefence.com/2018/11/after-big-s-400-deal-russia-wins-indian-army-vshorads-missile-contest.html

énième rebondissement

 

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Indian army orders Rafael anti-tank missiles - report

https://en.globes.co.il/en/article-indian-army-orders-rafael-anti-tank-missiles-report-1001282549

The Indian army has placed an immediate order for 240 Spike anti-tank missiles and 12 launchers, the Indian media reports.

Sources believe that this deal is worth tens of millions of dollars. Rafael is expected to deliver the missiles and launchers in the very near future.

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Le 06/07/2018 à 08:31, Bon Plan a dit :

 Nexter est présent dans deux compétitions gigantesques en Inde.

La première, qui pourrait être le contrat du siècle en matière d'artillerie porterait sur une commande de 1.400 canons de 155 millimètres tractés, pour lequel Nexter propose le Trajan. Ce contrat s'élèverait à 1 milliard d'euros, soit un montant jamais atteint dans le domaine de l'artillerie. Le groupe français fait partie des deux derniers candidats avant la décision finale. Le Trajan est actuellement en train d'effectuer une nouvelle campagne de tests en Inde, avait expliqué en février le PDG de Nexter Stéphane Mayer.

La deuxième compétition porte sur 800 canons montés sur camion, pour lequel le groupe propose le Caesar.

https://www.latribune.fr/entreprises-finance/industrie/aeronautique-defense/exportations-d-armes-pourquoi-2018-sera-bien-mieux-que-2007-pour-la-france-783984.html#xtor=EPR-2-[l-actu-du-jour]-20180705

https://www.armyrecognition.com/april_2019_global_defense_security_army_news_industry/elbit-barhat_forge_to_supply_athos_2052_155mm_howitzers_to_indian_army.html

400 canon tractés importés ( Elbit-Bharat Forge Athos 2052 155mm  )  ( Trajan : Out ! )   

à côté de 400   the Dhanush 155 mm/42   production locale (The Dhanush, an upgrade of the Bofors FH-77B by the OFB )

et à côté de 145 ultra-light howitzers  M777A2 

et de  100 self-propelled tracked howitzers, K-9 Vajra

A quand le choix du CAESAR

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Army spent Rs 1.24 crore on its dog squad in 2018-19: Government

In written response to a question in Lok Sabha, Naik said the Army currently has 25 full dog units and two half units.

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https://economictimes.indiatimes.com/news/defence/army-spent-rs-1-24-crore-on-its-dog-squad-in-2018-19-government/articleshow/70059132.cms

In response to a separate question, Naik said in 2014-15, 0.108 per cent of the GDP was spent on research and development for defence. The number dipped slightly to 0.091 per cent in 2015-16, 0.089 per cent in 2016-17, 0.092 in 2017-18 and 0.093 per cent in 2018-19.

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Indian Army places order for Israeli anti-tank Spike missiles with precision firepower to pierce bunkers !

Spike missile India: Israeli anti-tank Spike missiles from Israel are multi-platform, cutting-edge precise, multi-mission, and multi-range electro-optical missiles.

https://www.financialexpress.com/defence/spike-missile-india-cost-deal-launcher-israel-technical-data/1640850/

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Spike missile India: Indian Army places order for Israeli anti-tank Spike missiles! In a major move to bolster its arsenal and firepower against enemies, the Indian Army is buying Spike Missiles. The order was placed under emergency purchases in order to meet operational preparedness, as per a PTI report. This move came after the central government provided powers to three armed forces to make emergency purchases. The force can make purchases of Rs 300 crore under this provision. Following the daredevil Balakot Air Strike by Indian Air Force, Indian Army in April gave its nod to procure such missiles. Finally, the order was placed in the beginning of July.

Spike missile cost, deal with Israel and technical data

1. Israeli anti-tank Spike missiles from Israel are multi-platform, cutting-edge precise, multi-mission, and multi-range electro-optical missiles. These missiles have capabilities of fire, observe, update, fire-and-forget as well as allowing attack of hidden targets.

2. Israeli anti-tank Spike missiles are manufactured by Rafael Advanced Defense Systems Ltd. These missiles are famous for precision targeting and have the ability to pierce bunkers.

3. Israeli anti-tank Spike missiles have the capability of targeting anything at a range of four kilometers. These can be deployed in both plains and mountains.

4. Israeli anti-tank Spike missiles can be fired from multiple platforms such as ground launchers, helicopters, vehicles, and ships. These Spike missiles can be deployed even along the Line of Control (LoC).

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Watch: DRDO successfully carries out test of NAG missiles in Pokhran

https://economictimes.indiatimes.com/news/defence/watch-drdo-successfully-carries-out-test-of-nag-missiles-in-pokhran/videoshow/70298737.cms

Indian Army successfully carries out trials of third generation NAG missiles

The trials of the missiles, developed by the Defence Research and Development Organisation (DRDO), were conducted between July 7 to July 18, 2019.

https://www.indiatoday.in/india/story/indian-army-trials-third-generation-nag-missiles-1571425-2019-07-19

https://www.indiatoday.in/image-of-the-day/video/image-of-the-day-drdo-test-fires-anti-tank-nag-missiles-in-pokhran-1571433-2019-07-19

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ils en sont où les indiens de leur mega appel d'offre pour l'achat de cannons ? rien n'a avancé depuis le mois d'avril ?

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Le 06/08/2019 à 21:19, Lezard-vert a dit :

ils en sont où les indiens de leur mega appel d'offre pour l'achat de cannons ? rien n'a avancé depuis le mois d'avril ?

Pour l'instant, ils discutent avec les Américains qui essaient de convaincre d'acheter chez eux..

India’s Army to Deploy Third Generation Anti-Tank Guided Missiles in Jammu and Kashmir

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https://thediplomat.com/2019/11/indias-army-to-deploy-third-generation-anti-tank-guided-missiles-in-jammu-and-kashmir/

The Indian Army has reportedly been inducting the Israeli-made Spike anti-tank guided missile system along the Line of Control in Jammu and Kashmir.

he Indian Army is deploying Israeli-made Rafael Advanced Defense Systems Spike medium-range (MR) anti-tank guided missiles (ATGM) along the Line of Control in Jammu and Kashmir to bolster the service’s defense capabilities on the Pakistan border, according to local media reports.

The service approved the import of 240 Spike ATGMs and 12 launchers as part of an “emergency purchase” to meet immediate operational requirements in April. (According to some Indian media reports, the Indian Army approved the purchase of an initial batch of 210 rather than 240 Spike ATGMs.)

In December 2017, the Indian government scrapped a $500 million deal with Rafael for 321 Spike ATGM systems and 8,356 missiles in favor of an indigenous ATGM system currently under development by India’s Defense Research and Development Organization (DRDO). As I reported last year:

The cancellation of the deal has led to severe disagreements between the Indian Army’s senior leadership and the DRDO, as the service remains deeply skeptical of the DRDO-developed man portable anti-tank guided missile (MPATGM). The Indian Army leadership has reportedly stated that it does not think that the MPATGM will meet the service’s operational requirements. It is also concerned about likely delays in the induction of the new weapon system. 

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Indian Army successfully test-fires Spike LR missile

https://economictimes.indiatimes.com/news/defence/indian-army-successfully-test-fires-spike-lr-missile/articleshow/72274194.cms

The Indian Army has successfully test-fired two newly-acquired Spike LR (long-range) anti-tank missiles at the Infantry School at Mhow, Madhya Pradesh. In addition to fire and forget capability, the missile also has the ability to fire, observe an...

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Spike LR is a fourth generation missile that can engage a target with precision at ranges up to four km. In addition to fire and forget capability, the missile also has the ability to fire, observe and update, providing substantial flexibility to the firer to pinpoint the impact point, as also the ability to switch to a different target mid-flight, should he want to do so. The firer also has the option to fire from either low or high trajectory.

For the last nearly three decades, the Indian Army has been using now-outdated second generation missiles. The need to replace the inventory with third generation missiles was recognized nearly ten years ago. Consequently, in 2011, an RFP was floated for more than 8,000 missiles with transfer of technology to Bharat Dynamics LimitedNSE -0.92 % (BDL).

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FIREARMS PUSH: India Orders >16,000 Israeli Negev Light Machineguns

https://www.livefistdefence.com/2020/03/firearms-push-india-orders-16000-israeli-negev-light-machineguns.html

In the latest in a slew of infantry firearms purchases for the Indian Army, the Indian MoD today signed a $118 million deal with Israel Weapon Industries (IWI) for 16,479 NEGEV NG7 7.62mm light machineguns (LMG). The order is a little less than half of a total requirement for 40,000 LMGs. Today’s order is the single largest order for LMGs, and adds to smaller numbers of Negev 7.62x45mm LMGs already in service.

In a statement today, the Indian MoD said, “The Indian Armed Forces’ long-standing requirement of a modern state-of-the-art Light Machine Gun (LMG) has finally fructified. The Acquisition Wing of Ministry of Defence has signed the capital acquisition contract with Israel Weapons Industries for procurement of 16,479 LMGs at a cost of Rs 880 crore with the approval of Raksha Mantri Shri Rajnath Singh. “

The MoD’s statement said, “The contracted Negev 7.62X51 mm LMG is a combat proven weapon and currently used by several countries around the globe. This LMG will greatly enhance the lethality and range of a soldier vis-a-vis the presently used weapon. The provisioning of this operationally urgent and very critically needed weapon will boost the confidence of the frontline troops and provide much needed combat power to the Armed Forces.“

“The need arose from the field,” recounts Shay of IWI, the weapon engineer who was responsible for the development of the new machine gun, “from the scenarios of Afghanistan, where US troops were involved in fighting at ranges of hundreds of meters opposite enemy forces hiding behind rocks and boulders in mountainous terrain, and equally importantly – from the needs of the IDF and the scenarios in which Israeli troopers were involved over the last decades.”

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