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Szeptemberben indul az afgán UH-60A-k szállítása

Mint ismeretes, a Pentagon 2016-ban úgy határozott: leállítja az orosz Mil Mi-8/17 szállítóhelikopterek szállítását Afganisztánnak, és helyettük UH-60-asokkal látja el a közép-ázsiai országot. A mindezidáig átadott, több mint 80 Mi-17-es mellé első körben 53 darab, használt UH-60A kerül majd, amiket saját, leállított gépei közül ad át Washington némi átalakítás után. A munkálatok állapotáról most kaphatunk némi információt, ugyanis egy friss sajtóközlemény szerint az első négy Black Hawk elkészült, és lezárult a műszaki ellenőrzési folyamatuk is. A helikoptereket szeptember folyamán adják át Afganisztánnak.

Az egyik első UH-60A, amit Afganisztán megkap szeptemberben |Fotó: Resolute Support Mission ,

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  • WASHINGTON, July 6, 2020
    The State Department has made a determination approving a possible Foreign Military Sale to the Government of Lithuania of six (6) UH-60M Black Hawk helicopters and related equipment for an estimated cost of $380 million. The Defense Security Cooperation Agency delivered the required certification notifying Congress of this possible sale today.

    The Government of Lithuania has requested to buy six (6) UH-60M Black Hawk helicopters in standard U.S. Government configuration with designated unique equipment and Government Furnished Equipment (GFE) with fourteen (14) T700-GE-701D engines (12 installed and 2 spares); eight (8) AN/AAR-57 Common Missile Warning System (CMWS) (6 production and 2 spares); twelve (12) M240H machine guns. Also included are fifteen (15) EAGLE +429 Embedded Global Positioning/Inertial Navigation (EGI) System (12 production and 3 spares); eight (8) AN/APX-123A Identification Friend or Foe (IFF) transponder (6 production and 2 spares); fifteen (15) AN/ARC-201D (twelve (12) production and three (3) spares); fifteen (15) AN/ARC-231 radios (12 production and 3 spares); eight (8) AN/ARC-220 radios (6 production and 2 spares); two (2) VRC-100 HF Radio Ground Stations (1 for primary operations and 1 spares); eight (8) AN/AVR-2B Laser Warning Receiver (6 production and 2 spares); twelve (12) Common Missile Warning System (CMWS) User Data Module (UDM); eight (8) TALON Forward Looking Infrared Radar (TALON FLIR) (6 production and 2 spares); eight (8) EBC-406 Emergency Locator Transmitter (6 production and 2 spares); thirty (30) AN/AVS-6 Military Grade Night Vision Goggles; fifteen (15) AN/AVS-7 Improved Heads Up Display (IHUD) (Day) (12 for primary aircrew and 3 spares); fifteen (15) AN/AVS-7 Improved Heads Up Display (IHUD (Night) (12 for primary aircrew and 3 spares); five hundred (500) 1305-A965, CTG, 25.4mm, decoy M839; eight hundred (800) flare, aircraft, countermeasure, M206; thirty-eight thousand four hundred (38,400) 7.62mm, 4 Ball, M80, 1 Tracer, Linked A; eight (8) cartridge, impulse, MH44-0; twenty-four (24) cartridge, aircraft fire extinguisher; eight (8) cartridge, impulse, CCU-92/A; one thousand four hundred forty (1,440) cartridge, impulse, BBU-35/B; aircraft warranty, air worthiness support, spare and repair parts, support equipment, communication equipment, publications and technical documentation, personnel training and training equipment, ground support equipment, site surveys, tool and test equipment, Security Assistance Training Field Activity (SATFA) Aviation Courses, Technical Assistance Fielding Team (TAFT), U.S. Government and contractor technical and logistics support services, and other related elements of program, technical and logistics support. The total estimated program cost is $380 million.
  • Terminator
    WASHINGTON, July 6, 2020
    The State Department has made a determination approving a possible Foreign Military Sale to the Government of Lithuania of six (6) UH-60M Black Hawk helicopters and related equipment for an estimated cost of $380 million. The Defense Security Cooperation Agency delivered the required certification notifying Congress of this possible sale today.

    The Government of Lithuania has requested to buy six (6) UH-60M Black Hawk helicopters in standard U.S. Government configuration with designated unique equipment and Government Furnished Equipment (GFE) with fourteen (14) T700-GE-701D engines (12 installed and 2 spares); eight (8) AN/AAR-57 Common Missile Warning System (CMWS) (6 production and 2 spares); twelve (12) M240H machine guns. Also included are fifteen (15) EAGLE +429 Embedded Global Positioning/Inertial Navigation (EGI) System (12 production and 3 spares); eight (8) AN/APX-123A Identification Friend or Foe (IFF) transponder (6 production and 2 spares); fifteen (15) AN/ARC-201D (twelve (12) production and three (3) spares); fifteen (15) AN/ARC-231 radios (12 production and 3 spares); eight (8) AN/ARC-220 radios (6 production and 2 spares); two (2) VRC-100 HF Radio Ground Stations (1 for primary operations and 1 spares); eight (8) AN/AVR-2B Laser Warning Receiver (6 production and 2 spares); twelve (12) Common Missile Warning System (CMWS) User Data Module (UDM); eight (8) TALON Forward Looking Infrared Radar (TALON FLIR) (6 production and 2 spares); eight (8) EBC-406 Emergency Locator Transmitter (6 production and 2 spares); thirty (30) AN/AVS-6 Military Grade Night Vision Goggles; fifteen (15) AN/AVS-7 Improved Heads Up Display (IHUD) (Day) (12 for primary aircrew and 3 spares); fifteen (15) AN/AVS-7 Improved Heads Up Display (IHUD (Night) (12 for primary aircrew and 3 spares); five hundred (500) 1305-A965, CTG, 25.4mm, decoy M839; eight hundred (800) flare, aircraft, countermeasure, M206; thirty-eight thousand four hundred (38,400) 7.62mm, 4 Ball, M80, 1 Tracer, Linked A; eight (8) cartridge, impulse, MH44-0; twenty-four (24) cartridge, aircraft fire extinguisher; eight (8) cartridge, impulse, CCU-92/A; one thousand four hundred forty (1,440) cartridge, impulse, BBU-35/B; aircraft warranty, air worthiness support, spare and repair parts, support equipment, communication equipment, publications and technical documentation, personnel training and training equipment, ground support equipment, site surveys, tool and test equipment, Security Assistance Training Field Activity (SATFA) Aviation Courses, Technical Assistance Fielding Team (TAFT), U.S. Government and contractor technical and logistics support services, and other related elements of program, technical and logistics support. The total estimated program cost is $380 million.
    Gratula a Litvánoknak...szépen belehúztak !
    Ez már majdnem egy HH-60 Pawe Hawk felszereltségű helikopter.
    Talán csak a DIRCM-et és terepkövető radart nem vettek hozzá.
  • rudi
    Gratula a Litvánoknak...szépen belehúztak !
    Ez már majdnem egy HH-60 Pawe Hawk felszereltségű helikopter.
    Talán csak a DIRCM-et és terepkövető radart nem vettek hozzá.
    Pedig ebből az első az, ami nélkül hadműveleti övezet közelébe nem szabadna menni ma már...
    Enélkül egy 30 éves Igla úgy lekap, hogy pislogni nincs időd...
  • rudi
    Gratula a Litvánoknak...szépen belehúztak !
    Ez már majdnem egy HH-60 Pawe Hawk felszereltségű helikopter.
    Talán csak a DIRCM-et és terepkövető radart nem vettek hozzá.
    Akkor ezek jobban vannak felszerelve, mint a magyar H145M-ek?
  • WASHINGTON, July 7, 2020
    The State Department has made a determination approving a possible Foreign Military Sale to the Government of Jordan of one (1) UH-60M Black Hawk helicopter and related equipment for an estimated cost of $23 million. The Defense Security Cooperation Agency delivered the required certification notifying Congress of this possible sale today.

    The Government of Jordan has requested to buy one (1) UH-60M Black Hawk helicopter in standard U.S. Army configuration with standard Government Furnished Equipment (GFE), including two (2) T700-GE-701D engines and one (1) Common Missile Warning System. Also included is one (1) AN/APR-39 Radar Signal Detecting Set; one (1) AN/AVR-2B Laser Detecting Set; two (2) AN-ARC-231 Radios; two (2) AN-ARC-201D Radios; one (1) AN/APX-123A Identification Friend or Foe (IFF) Transponder; two (2) Embedded Global Positioning System with Inertial Navigation (EGIs); one (1) Common Missile Warning System User Data Module; Aviation Mission Planning System (AMPS); AMPS software development and support services; and other related elements of logistical, engineering, and program support. The estimated total cost is $23 million.
  • Terminator
    Akkor ezek jobban vannak felszerelve, mint a magyar H145M-ek?
    A H145 ön még nem láttam LWR-t (bár a H145 höz rendszeresített AMPS nek lehetne olyan változata ami egyben LWR is...),
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    a litvánok viszont nem vettek HMCS-t.
    Továbbá egyikhez sincs RWR. (az AMPS fullos kiépítésben olyat is tartalmazhat)

    Egyszóval szerintem jelen kiépítésben dòntetlen....:)
    Ha meg lenne az akarat és a pénz a Hensoldt egyszerűen tudná bővíteni a meglévô AMPS képességeit és akkor a H145 jobb lehetne.
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  • "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."
  • Mackensen
    Ha jól emlékszem, annak, amit Pakisztánban használtak fenestron farokrotorja volt.
    Szerintem nem az volt hanem kapott ég jó nagy burkolatot, mint a képen felül is látni.

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