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    Re: Russia - Algeria military contracts

    Post  George1 on Sat Sep 12, 2015 3:24 pm



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    Re: Russia - Algeria military contracts

    Post  Black-Swan on Sat Sep 12, 2015 6:18 pm


    @KURYERSAT: #MAKS2015 RUS reliable source BMPD comments: the helicopter is MI-28N (02-01) transformed (2012-13) to first test MI-28UB
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    Re: Russia - Algeria military contracts

    Post  Black-Swan on Sun Sep 20, 2015 12:40 am

    Hi guys Very Happy
    Good new, the Ka-52 is present in Algeria for the test russia
    (Not naval version)
    Inch'Allah russia
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    Re: Russia - Algeria military contracts

    Post  Black-Swan on Thu Sep 24, 2015 6:36 pm



    Hi guys, the choice for replacing the fighter jet mig 29 in the Algerian air force is known, it will be the Mig 35. russia
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    Re: Russia - Algeria military contracts

    Post  mack8 on Thu Sep 24, 2015 9:39 pm

    It would be fantastic if we'll see MiG-35 in AAF colours. Any additional info? Very Happy

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    Re: Russia - Algeria military contracts

    Post  Algerian Major on Fri Sep 25, 2015 10:36 am

    Mig-35s , pretty interesting choice I should say this will give a large push to the AAF . in MAKS 2015 there were news of Algerian purchase of R-73 could this be for the new migs oh and did anyone knows the Algerian long range weapons, Frog-7s maybe?

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    Re: Russia - Algeria military contracts

    Post  halle on Sat Sep 26, 2015 11:08 pm

    appearance of the first Algerian MI28NE cheers cheers

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    Re: Russia - Algeria military contracts

    Post  Algerian Major on Sat Sep 26, 2015 11:13 pm

    Interesting camo same one as the Mi-26t2
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    Re: Russia - Algeria military contracts

    Post  Black-Swan on Tue Sep 29, 2015 6:48 pm

    MI-28 russia





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    Re: Russia - Algeria military contracts

    Post  Viktor on Mon Oct 05, 2015 6:42 pm

    WoW ... nice thumbsup

    Russia starts to fulfill $2.7 billion contract with Algeria for helicopter supply, modernization

    Algeria will be supplied with six Mil Mi-26T2 heavy helicopters and 42 Mil Mi-28NE Night Hunter combat helicopters under a $2.7 billion contract, which also envisages modernization of 39 Mil Mi-171Sh helicopters, the report runs.

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    Re: Russia - Algeria military contracts

    Post  Atakor on Mon Oct 05, 2015 8:28 pm

    Not 6 but 14 (yes, 14 Mi26T2) Wink
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    Re: Russia - Algeria military contracts

    Post  Militarov on Tue Oct 06, 2015 2:09 am

    "A single Ka-52 has appeared at Ain Oussera AFB in Algeria on Thursday, 17-Sep. Two days later the eval trials have commenced, esp. night flying.
    The machine is a factory fresh White #75, two tone camo.. Similar to this one..."




    Source: https://www.facebook.com/photo.php?fbid=1066921170009022

    It was shared alot by legit sources on Twitter so i assume its true.

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    Re: Russia - Algeria military contracts

    Post  Atakor on Tue Oct 13, 2015 3:01 pm

    That would explain the CAS/COIN oriented version for an "unnamed and mysterious customer" Rolling Eyes Btw the AAF's interest in a modified version of the Yak 130 was already reported by local (and reliable) sources. That could represent up to 36 new aircrafts.
    Any news about that in Russia ?

    Algeria Buys More Su-30MKs as Iranian Interest Grows


    Russian arms exporter Rosoboronexport is executing a follow-on contract from Algeria for 14 more Sukhoi Su-30MKA multirole fighters. Meanwhile, according to media reports in Moscow, Iran is negotiating a deal that would see Su-30MK production in the country under license.  Sergei Chemezov, general director of Rostec corporation, which controls Rosoboronexport, revealed the latest Algerian order during his visit to the Irkutsk Aircraft Plant (IAZ) on September 11. He said that the contract was signed in April, and that the airplanes are already being built. This will be the fourth Su-30MK batch for Algeria, and bring the grand total to 56 aircraft. The North African country opted for the type in February-March 2006, ordering 16 aircraft. Eight were shipped in late 2007 and the rest between March and June 2008.  The second batch was a product of heated discussions between Russia and Algeria, when the latter refused to accept MiG-29SMT lightweight multirole fighters supplied by RAC MiG, complaining about their quality of manufacture. In the end, the two sides agreed to cancel the MiG deal and instead go for an additional 10 Su-30MKAs. These were shipped in 2011.  Algeria subsequently awarded Rosoboronexport a contract for 16 more Su-30MKAs for shipment by 2012.  Reportedly, the Algerian air force has been happier with its Sukhois than with the MiGs.[color=#ff3300] [color=#ff3300]In part, this is due to the fact that the Yakovlev Yak-130A weaponized jet trainers also produced by IAZ and purchased by Algeria proved a good training platform for Algerian fighter pilots. [size=13]The customer is understood to have received 16 Yak-130s in 2011 and signed for more in 2013/2014, but details of the follow-on deal have yet to emerge[/size].[/color][/color]  The Su-30MKA is customized version of the baseline Su-30MK, with minor differences from the Indian air force Su-30MKI, with the biggest change being replacement of Israeli-made items, such as an El-Op head-up display, with Russian and Indian analogues. In addition , the Su-30MKA can exchange data with the Yak-130 though a secure radio datalink. Like all Su-30MKs, the Su-30MKA is powered by a pair of Lyuka-Saturn AL-31FP turbofans with moving nozzles, which allows for “super maneuverability,” a distinct feature of Sukhoi fighters: retaining control at very high angles of attack and speeds close to zero. The aircraft is equipped with the N-011M Bars radar with passive phase array (PESA) antenna, capable of tracking multiply airborne targets and shooting at four of them at a time with radar-guided missiles. With gross weight of 34.5 tons, the Su-30MKA carries up to 8 tons of weapons load on 12 hard-points.  The success of the Su-30MK series in India and Algeria has attracted attention of Iran. It is seeking to buy Russian combat jets following the nuclear inspection deal. Russian media spoke to some unidentified sources in the Iranian delegation to MAKS’2015 airshow held in late August in Zhukovsky near Moscow. “Iran would like to move from direct purchases of Russian equipment to co-development and license production,” one of them was quoted as saying. “Since Russia has amassed some positive experience with the Su-30MKI license production in India, we can make use of that experience,” he added. wrote:
    http://www.ainonline.com/aviation-news/defense/2015-09-21/algeria-buys-more-su-30mks-iranian-interest-grows
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    Re: Russia - Algeria military contracts

    Post  sepheronx on Tue Oct 13, 2015 3:09 pm

    Not heard anything on Rus news at all yet but good if true.

    That said, I wonder (if an upgrade to Su-30SM series is ever created) if upgrades like uodated Radar (Bars-M or something else) will be saught by nations like Algeria and India?
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    Re: Russia - Algeria military contracts

    Post  Black-Swan on Wed Oct 14, 2015 1:09 pm

    Hi guys, I need help, wats that please in the pics? Thank you.

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    Re: Russia - Algeria military contracts

    Post  Atakor on Wed Oct 14, 2015 4:16 pm

    I hope it is, we need more CAS aircrafts.
    Such an upgrade could happen, but I think that the 14 new Su30 will be to a new standard, close to the SM.

    Black-Swan: is it some kind of jammer ?
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    Re: Russia - Algeria military contracts

    Post  Cyberspec on Thu Oct 15, 2015 8:01 am

    Black-Swan wrote:Hi guys, I need help, wats that please in the pics? Thank you.

    Can't see properly....flare launcher maybe ?
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    Re: Russia - Algeria military contracts

    Post  Militarov on Thu Oct 15, 2015 12:00 pm

    Cyberspec wrote:
    Black-Swan wrote:Hi guys, I need help, wats that please in the pics? Thank you.

    Can't see properly....flare launcher maybe ?






    Dispensers yes, but for chaff-flares at least to my knowledge. "The basic Mi-26 is intended for military transport service, and has an IFF transponder, self-defense avionics, plus chaff-flare dispensers -- a set of dispensers being mounted in a prominent pack on each side of the fuselage". If that is not prominent i dont know what is.



    This is Mi26 wich additionally slaves defensive suite to President S (somewhat like Vitebsk just less expencive they even share components).

    Prt of it is what they call "air dispenser for aircraft consumables: chaff cartridges, cartridges of infrared radiation, single use cartridges with transmitters, interference;" so they are not just common IR dispensers as they were in 80s/90s but multipurpose multicaliber dispensers.



    Same device basically just smaller and apparently with smaller caliber charges is present on Mi28, KA52 this is kinda logic due to fact Mi26 is alot bigger/slower target to protect which means you need more "juice" for it.



    Same modules on pod on KA52.
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    Re: Russia - Algeria military contracts

    Post  Black-Swan on Thu Oct 15, 2015 2:05 pm

    Thanks all, you're the best. Very Happy

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    Re: Russia - Algeria military contracts

    Post  Atakor on Mon Oct 19, 2015 5:17 pm

    in the past year, Algeria has ordered two Russian diesel-electric submarines of Project 636 in the amount of approximately $ 1.2 billion, and in April 2015 a batch of 16 Su-30MKA, now preparing a contract for several divisions of the system "Antey-2500". wrote:
    http://www.kommersant.ru/doc/2831626

    So we'll have 60 Su30 and brand new S300VM !
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    Re: Russia - Algeria military contracts

    Post  Black-Swan on Fri Oct 23, 2015 12:54 am

    Algeria To Order Russian Airspace Management System Acacia-E

    Algeria is likely to order an airspace defense automatic control system, Acacia-E from Russia.

    “We are now in the final stages of signing a contract with Algeria on delivery of these systems, and we hope to sign it this December,” Andrey Riznyk, Executive Board member of the United Instrument Manufacturing Corporation said in an interview to Tass last Saturday.

    In addition to Algeria, there were other countries interested in the system. “We negotiate this actively with our traditional customers; India and Vietnam. Besides, we have been contacted by Malaysia and Brazil who are are also keen to have the Acacia-E system."

    "This is a control system primarily for the Airspace Defense, Aircraft Defense and the Air Force, the export version is known under the name Acacia-E. The system can observe and analyze the ongoing situation, can track up to 200 targets simultaneously, describing full target details and even making decisions whether to fire on specific targets without human involvement,” he said.

    “We are also considering 14 prospective customer countries, which may be interested in purchasing this system. More specifically, we are going to take Acacia-E for a demonstration to Brazil, India, the UAE, China, and Vietnam,” Riznyk said.

    http://www.defenseworld.net/news/14365/Algeria_To_Order_Russian_Airspace_Management_System_Acacia_E#.Vilovm_osdV bounce
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    Re: Russia - Algeria military contracts

    Post  Militarov on Thu Dec 17, 2015 12:55 am



    Mi28NE for Algeria on testflight in Russia.
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    Re: Russia - Algeria military contracts

    Post  Militarov on Wed Dec 30, 2015 3:32 pm

    "Сейчас мы находимся на том максимуме, который может предоставить государственный оборонный заказ. «Расписан» он, кстати, нашему предприятию в этот раз на семь лет: до 2020 года. Какой ещё нужен маркетинг? Хотя ситуация может и поменяться. Сейчас, когда в небе Сирии наши самолёты бомбят территории, которые намерено захватить ИГИЛ (международная террористическая организация, деятельность которой запрещена на территории России. — Прим. ред.), возобновились разговоры о продаже экспортных бомбардировщиков Су-32 Алжиру. Последние лет восемь велись такие переговоры с этой страной, но с её стороны не предпринимались никакие шаги. А недавно в «Рособоронэкспорт» пришла официальная заявка из Алжира на поставку наших самолётов."

    "The last eight years there were such talks with this country (Algeria), but on their part there were no any steps. And recently in the "Rosoboronexport" we recieved the official application from Algeria to supply our SU32 aircraft."



    Source: http://vedomosti.sfo.ru/articles/?article=46910

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    Re: Russia - Algeria military contracts

    Post  Atakor on Wed Dec 30, 2015 3:53 pm

    We need around 36 machines to replace our Su24.
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    Re: Russia - Algeria military contracts

    Post  Berkut on Wed Dec 30, 2015 4:47 pm

    I am not. Rumors on Algerian Su-34's has been around for ever and those were much more substantial than export to any other country.

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