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Presupuesto militar del Japon - proyectos, asignaciones y adquisiciones

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No obstante tener una posicion mas prolifica de parte de China, al querer alcanzar el presupuesto
de Gasto militar igual o similar de los E.U., los Japoneses estan atentos a la direccion de incrementos en el gasto e inversion militar de China, ademas de los movimientos que denotan una activacion mas agresiva
hacia los vecinos del Sur, y sus atolones y posiciones que para China son estrategicos.

Japon no tiene el mismo ritmo de crecimiento, mas no dejara de continuar con el equipamiento
consolidado de varios ramos: Tecnologia, conectividad y inter-operatividad de las Fuerzas
armadas en su conjunto. Los equipos en este articulo se definen como un crecimiento normal,
aunque el presupuesto aparenta estar muy superior a las unidades que indican tener interes
por adquirir.







Japan Just Approved Its Biggest-Ever Defense Budget
AFP
HARUMI OZAWA, AFP
JAN. 14, 2015, 2:14 AM




Tokyo (AFP) - Japan approved its largest-ever defence budget for the next fiscal year on Wednesday, as hawkish Prime Minister Shinzo Abe looks to strengthen surveillance of territorial waters in the face of a continuing spat with China.

For the year to March 2016, Tokyo will spend 4.98 trillion yen ($41.97 billion), the government said, rising for the third straight year.

"This is the largest budget ever," said a defence ministry official, adding the highest allocation previously was 4.96 trillion yen earmarked in 2002.

The trend reflects Abe's wish to build a more active military, a push supporters say is in response to the raising of tensions with China, with which Tokyo is at odds over the ownership of islands in the East China Sea.

Japan is increasingly wary of Beijing, which is seen by several countries in the region as growing aggressive in various sovereignty claims.

But detractors point to Abe's desire to bolster the military more generally, and to shrug off the shackles of pacifism.

The premier had wanted to alter the constitution to reduce restrictions on the armed forces, but was unable to muster sufficient public support, and moved instead to reinterpret the relevant clause to allow the military to come to the aid of an ally under attack.

Among items on the defence ministry's shopping list are 20 "P-1" maritime patrol aircraft, with a combined price tag of 350 billion yen.

It will also buy five V-22 "Osprey" -- crossover aircraft, which have the manoeuverability of helicopters and the range of airplanes -- along with six high-tech F-35A stealth fighters.

The ministry is looking to get a fleet of "Global Hawk" drones over a five-year period, and part of the purchase will come out of this budget, officials said.

The ministry is also buying 30 units of amphibious vehicles and one E-2D airborne early-warning aircraft to be assigned to protect fringe areas, including the Nansei Shoto islands which lie between the East China Sea and Pacific Ocean.

The cash will also go towards the construction of one Aegis destroyer, and fund the deployment surveillance units around the southern islands of Okinawa and Amami.

Routinely butted heads
The Abe cabinet decided in late 2013 to set aside roughly 24.7 trillion yen between 2014 and 2019 to spend on kit including drones, submarines, fighter jets and amphibious vehicles, in a strategic shift towards the south and west.

Japan and China have routinely butted heads over the ownership of the Tokyo-controlled Senkaku Islands, which Beijing claims as the Diaoyus, with official Chinese ships and aircraft regularly testing Japanese forces.

Separately, Chinese naval ships and military jets are seen increasing their activities around Japan, while an unpredictable North Korea continues its missile and nuclear programmes.

Abe and Chinese President Xi Jinping met in last November, the first face-to-face encounter since each came to power, and agreed to work towards easing tensions over the sovereignty of the islands.

On Monday, defence officials from the both sides resumed talks on building a hotline, for the first time since June 2012, in an effort to avert unexpected clashes in the East China Sea, the government said.

But conservative ideologue Abe has also travelled abroad tirelessly to reinforce ties with foreign leaders, particularly those in Southeast Asia, in a bid to counter China's efforts to expand its sphere of influence.

Abe has also worked to strengthen Japan's military alliance with the United States.

The defence expenditure makes up more than five percent of Japan's general budget for the next fiscal year, which comes in at a record-high 96.34 trillion yen, up from 95.88 trillion yen the previous year.


http://www.businessinsider.com/afp-japan-approves-biggest-ever-defence-budget-amid-asia-tensions-2015-1



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Para adquirir equipo adicional, las alianzas de tecnologia japonesa con los Britanicos y E.U., pareciera a realizar sinergias de ciertos equipos que por su contribucion, pueden
realizar evoluciones y quizas, sus propios diseños en lo futuro.
La vision de realizar exportaciones de equipo japones fabricado en su territorio, le generara
una activacion de recursos para reorientarlos a otras prioridades.






Japan Approves Missile Defence Sale To The US

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2014 Thursday 17TH posted by Morning Star in World
JAPAN announced its return to the arms exports market today by approving the sale to the US of a missile defence system component.
It is also launching joint research with Britain on air-to-air missile technology for fighter jets.
Approval of the component’s sale marks the first military technology transfer since Tokyo changed its military export rules in April.
The policy change reverses Japan’s 1967 self-imposed ban on arms exports under a pacifist constitution.
Conservative Prime Minister Shinzo Abe’s government is intent on giving Japan a more assertive military stance.
Mitsubishi Heavy Industries can now export seeker gyros to US military hardware maker Raytheon for its Patriot Defence Capability-2 surface-to-air missile system.
The joint research with Britain uses Japanese seeker technology and is a simulation-based project linked to a Meteor missile development.
Japanese officials hope that the research can lead to technology that can be used for F-35 stealth fighters that Japan plans to buy.

http://www.morningstaronline.co.uk/a-2e78-Japan-approves-missile-defence-sale-to-the-US#.VPom-tKG-E4
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Si bien esta noticia, confirma la continuacion de construccion de Destructores
(DDG), con sistemas integrados Aegis (ACS),  de sus 4 existentes clase Kongo,
similares al diseño de destructor de E.U. Arleigh Burke,  ahora aspiran a tener
8 destructores con esta capacidad actualizada.(los desarrollos con
evolucion tecnologico los identifican como Clase Atago).
Los Kongo 173,174,175 y 176, ya fueron actualizados con estos sistemas
AEGIS, y los siguientes 4, vendran con equipo compatible entre esta flota
modernizada, y con los Destructores de la Armada de E.U.
 Otros equipos y diseños en proceso no han sido publicados completamente,
(DISEÑO 27 DDG y que no esta lejos de conocer el diseño).
sabemos que no se construiran estos de la noche a la mañana, mas sus
plazos se extienden hasta el 2019, sin limitar adiciones hasta el 2024.
Tener completa esta flota es objetivo concreto, y los adicionales se iran
determinando como complementos a sus proyecciones.

 Esta adquisicion, no interrumpe los planes de emigrar los buques de
reciente construccion en astilleros de E.U.(con Sistemas Aegis) y que pertenecen
a la Armada de los E.U., que seran asignados a las ubicaciones programadas en bases
cercanas al Japon y el Asia del Sur como alianza conjunta.

 


Japan requests Aegis systems for new destroyers
by Richard Tomkins
Washington (UPI) Aug 10, 2015


Japan's plan to build two destroyers is poised to receive tangible U.S. support through the acquisition of weapon systems.

The U.S. Defense Security Cooperation Agency, which manages the Foreign Military Sales program, notified Congress Japan has requested Aegis combat systems and underwater weapon systems for the ships at an estimated cost $1.5 billion.

Other systems -- along with associated equipment, parts and support – would be part of the possible sale package approved by the U.S. State Department.

"Japan continues to modernize its fleet to support integrated air and missile defense roles and special mission requirements," DSCA said. "The addition of two new AEGIS DDGs (destroyers) will fulfill Japan's mission goal of acquiring eight ballistic missile defense capable ships and will further enhance interoperability with the U.S. Navy, build upon a longstanding cooperative effort with the United States, and provide enhanced capability with a valued partner in a geographic region of critical importance to Japan and the U.S. Government.

"The proposed sale to Japan will represent an important commitment by the U.S. Government in furtherance of foreign policy and national security goals for both the United States and Japan."

The combat systems will be procured over a period of six or seven years.

In addition to Aegis MK 7 shipsets, shopping list includes computer programs, multi-mission signal processors, AN/MK8 MOD4 Aegis common display systems, MK 99 MOD 8 fire control systems, AN/SPG-62A radar, ballistic missile defense units, identification-friend-or-foe systems, AN/SQQ-89A (V) 15 underwater surveillance and communication system, and other gear.

"The addition of two new AEGIS DDGs to Japan's fleet will afford more flexibility and capability to counter regional threats and continue to enhance stability in the region," DSCA said.

The agency said Japanese industry has requested participation with U.S. industry as sub-contractors as part of the FMS sale on a limited basis to provide selected components and software for the destroyers' weapons systems.

In other FMS developments, the State Department has also approved a request by Bahrain for follow-on support and associated equipment, parts and logistics for its fleet off F-16 aircraft.

The estimated price tag for the proposed deal is $150 million.

"The RBAF's F-16s are aging and periodic maintenance is becoming increasingly expensive," the agency said. "The age of the fleet, combined with an increased operational tempo due to recent involvement in Operation Inherent Resolve (anti ISIL bombings) has led to increased focus on maintenance and sustainment."

"The follow-on support is required to maintain the operational readiness of the Royal Bahrain Air Force's F-16 fleet.

http://www.spacedaily.com/reports/Japan_requests_Aegis_systems_for_new_destroyers_999.html

INFO DEL DESTRUCTOR CLASE KONGO JAPONES:

http://www.naval-technology.com/projects/kongoclassdestroyer/

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