South East Asia Military News, Reports, Data, etc.

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    RMAF Hawk 208, F-A-18D Hornet, MiG-29N, and Su-30MKM
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    Indonesia

    Now 18 on 24 ordered in addition of 10 F-16A/B Block 15 allow stand up a 2nd Sqn.



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    Malaysia receives fourth and final A400M Atlas

    After receiving its first A400M Atlas (MSN022) on 09 March 2015 in Seville, Spain, Malaysia announced that it had received its fourth and last transport plane from European aircraft manufacturer Airbus Defense & Space.

    The aircraft left the Spanish assembly lines on 12 March 2017 and landed two days later on 14 March at Subang air base in western Malaysia, where it was integrated Within the Royal Malaysian Air Force.
    At the reception of the first aircraft, General Tan Sri Dr. Zulkifeli, Chief of the Armed Forces Staff, said that "the A400M will give the Royal Malaysian Air Force the best heavy transport capacity in the region, And it will enable us to undertake an extraordinary range of military and humanitarian operations ".

    The second Malaysian Atlas was delivered by Airbus DS on 13 January 2016, while the third was delivered by the end of 2016.

    The Royal Malaysian Air Force already has a fleet of transport aircraft made up of ten C-130H Hercules and six CN-235s, which will be reinforced by these four A400Ms.

    When the aircraft is certified and the aircraft is fully operational, the Malaysian armed forces will also be able to use the A400M to refuel the eight F / A-18D Super Hornets, the ten Mig-29 Fulcrums or the eighteen Su -30MKM. Currently, this mission is dedicated to the four KC-130H Hercules.

    Malaysia had placed this order for four copies in 2005 and is the first Airbus Defense & Space exporter for this aircraft, which faces many delays and significant cost increases.

    To date, according to Airbus, 174 A400M Atlas have been ordered and 38 aircraft have been delivered to the partners of the aircraft development program and export customers

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    Malaysia 3 A-400M ! the 4 delivered now
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    Su30SM, Rafale, Gripen C and SU30 MKM solo performance. Very nice and they pulled some serious Gs.
     
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    Ministry of Defence of Singapore awards contract for the new AFV Armoured Fighting Vehicle.

    According a press release published on Wednesday, March 22, 2017, the Ministry of Defence of Singapore has awarded a contract to Singapore Technologies Engineering for the production and the delivery of a new tracked Armoured Fighting Vehicle (AFV)

    The new generation of Armoured Fighting Vehicle (AFV) will replace the ageing ULTRA M113 AFV which has been in service since the early 70s. The Next Generation of AFV will provide Singapore armoured forces with enhanced firepower, protection, mobility and situational awareness.


    The Next Generation Armoured Fighting Vehicle (AFV) will be the mainstay of the Singapore Armed Forces' (SAF) mechanised forces, operating alongside the Bionix Infantry Fighting Vehicle, to fulfill the SAF's operational requirements.

    The new armoured fighting vehicle was developed together with the Defence Science and Technology Agency and the Singapore defence industry.

    The new tracked AFV will be able to carry 11 military personnel including driver, commander and gunner. It will have a weight of 29,000 kg and a length of 6.9 m, width of 3.28 m and a height of 3.2 m.

    The New AFV will be fitted with an unmanned turret armed with a 30 mm or 40 mm automatic cannon. A 7.62mm coaxial machine will be mounted to the left side of the main armament.

    http://www.armyrecognition.com/marc...w_afv_armoured_fighting_vehicle_12203175.html

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    Thailand new SSK S26T

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