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Japon se equipa para formar equivalente grupo de Portaviones y sus operaciones conjuntas - compatible con Grupos navales de E.U.

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Japon se equipa para formar equivalente grupo de Portaviones y sus operaciones conjuntas - compatible con Grupos navales de E.U.

Mensaje por Rogersukoi27 el Mar Jun 30, 2015 12:38 am



No declarado abiertamente el plan de la Armada del Japon de operar en grupos
de Portaviones, con sus cruceros con misiles, destructores, naves de respaldo y
_al igual que aviones de deteccion aerea Grumman E-2D Eyeskyhawk
para la coordinacion de ataques a objetivos lejanos a los radares de naves de superficie,
con estos planes compatibles de trabajar conjuntamente con los grupos navales
de portaviones de E.U., se da el primer paso para mover a las fuerzas navales del
Japon hacia esta capacidad en su primera fase.
Los portaaviones oficialmente no estan definidos como tal, el equipamiento esta
perfilado para reunir esa combinacion de aviones de ataque F-35 Lockheed Martin,
los Grumman E-2D asi como los equipos AEGIS en los cruceros ATAGO en su nivel
9 con los adelantos que los Chinos quisieran conocer en detalle.
Veremos como los acuerdos bilaterales, compaginaran las tareas conjuntas en
el caso de ocupar la participacion de ambas fuerzas.





Planned Japanese Self Defense Force Aircraft Buys, Destroyer Upgrades Could Tie Into U.S. Navy’s Networked Battle Force

By: Sam LaGrone
June 10, 2015 7:03 PM
The Japan Maritime Self-Defense Force (JMSDF) guided-missile defense destroyer JDS Atago (DDG-177) maneuvers with other JMDSF and U.S. Navy ships belonging to the USS George Washington carrier strike group in 2011. US Navy Photo
The Japan Maritime Self-Defense Force (JMSDF) guided-missile defense destroyer JDS Atago (DDG-177) maneuvers with other JMDSF and U.S. Navy ships belonging to the USS George Washington carrier strike group in 2011. US Navy Photo

Changes in Japan’s defense posture, pending aircraft buys from the U.S. and planned combat system modification to Japanese ships will give the Japanese Self Defense Force (JSDF) the practical and political ability to fight as a part of the U.S. Navy’s new networked carrier strike group concept — which would expand the lethal power and range of both forces, USNI News has learned.

Last week, the State Department notified Congress of a potential $1.7 billion foreign military sales (FMS) case for Japan to buy four Northrop Grumman E-2D Advanced Hawkeye information surveillance and reconnaissance aircraft for the Japanese Air Self Defense Force (JASDF).

In late May, the Pentagon announced a $70 million contract to Lockheed Martin to upgrade the Aegis combat system on its two Atago-class destroyers to the so-called Baseline 9 standard that would allow the two ships to simultaneously to target and track aircraft and ballistic missiles.


In 2011, Japan selected the Lockheed Martin F-35A Lightning II Joint Strike Fighter (JSF) as its next generation fighter.

In the U.S. Navy, E-2Ds, JSFs and Baseline 9 Aegis destroyers and cruisers are a key elements in the service’s emerging Naval Integrated Fire Control-Counter Air concept (NIFC-CA pronounced: nifk-kah).

A NIFC-CA capable carrier strike group would allow — for example — a Northrop Grumman E-2D Advanced Hawkeye to provide targeting information to a guided missile destroyer or cruiser’s Aegis combat system or Boeing F/A-18E/F fighters for a threat well outside the range of onboard sensors.


The concept also plans to use the F-35C Lightning II Joint Strike Fighter to route targeting data to E-2Ds and then to the rest of the CSG and the carrier air wing

While the U.S. has started fielding the modifications to the Aegis combat system and E-2Ds and with the new aircraft buys and ship modifications Japan’s assets could easily be folded into the U.S. concept — technically, several sources told USNI News.

Politically, recent changes in the U.S. and Japanese defense compact would allow the JSDF to work with the U.S. Navy in the more complex NIFC-CA concept.

Following last year’s reinterpretation of Japan’s pacifist constitution, the U.S. and Japan revised the so-called Guidelines for Japan-U.S. Defense Cooperation which gave greater freedom to how Japan could use its armed forces.


“The Self-Defense Forces and the United States Armed Forces will provide mutual protection of each other’s assets, as appropriate, if engaged in activities that contribute to the defense of Japan in a cooperative manner,” read the new guidelines.

The change and the purchase of equipment that could integrate with the U.S. is an exception to other allies who have shirked increases in defense spending, Eric Wertheim author of U.S. Naval Institute’s Combat Fleets of the World told USNI News last week.

“I think this is a strong sign showing the strengthening bonds of the US-Japanese alliance and the seriousness with which Japan takes its self defense responsibilities,” he said.
“This can be seen most notably in Japan’s recent approval of collective defense measures, but is also demonstrated by their continued military investment and acquisition programs such as the SM-3 anti-ballistic missile, Aegis destroyers and now their apparent interest in the E-2D Advanced Hawkeye aircraft.”

While Japan destroyers and E-2Ds could provide targeting data for U.S. ships, it’s unclear if Japan will purchase any Raytheon SM-6 missiles for its destroyers — a key component in the offensive side of NIFC-CA.

http://news.usni.org/2015/06/10/planned-japanese-self-defense-force-aircraft-buys-destroyer-upgrades-could-tie-into-u-s-navys-networked-battle-force



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Re: Japon se equipa para formar equivalente grupo de Portaviones y sus operaciones conjuntas - compatible con Grupos navales de E.U.

Mensaje por Rogersukoi27 el Vie Jul 03, 2015 10:41 pm



Si bien no indica que tipo de naves seran actualizadas ademas de las Clase Atago
ya avanzadas en su proceso, se perfila la preparacion y actualizacion de sus naves
misileras, con capacidades de nivel 9
, que le permiten coordinar defensas conjuntas y ataques coordinados en formato manada. Esta evolucion le anticipa su estrategia de preparar sus naves de superficie en unidades compatibles con las flotas respaldo
de equivalentes flotas de Portaviones (aunque las naves del Japon recientes son
Portahelos de manera oficial).




Navy Awards Lockheed $69M Modification For Japanese Ships

By Jacob Fischler

Law360, Washington (May 26, 2015, 7:23 PM ET) -- The U.S. Navy has awarded a Lockheed Martin Corp. unit a $69.7 million contract modification to develop and test upgraded computer programs and equipment for Japanese ships, the U.S. Department of Defense said in a statement Tuesday.

Lockheed Martin Mission Systems and Training won the modification to an existing contract to upgrade the Japan Aegis Modernization baseline computer technology, the DOD said. The contract’s funding will come from the DOD’s foreign military sales to Japan program.

Work will be performed mostly at LMMST's headquarters in Moorestown, New Jersey, with portions done in Washington and Tokyo, according to the DOD release. The project is expected to be completed by March 2017.

Lockheed is the Navy’s contracting agent for Aegis-equipped ships for the next five years, according to the defense giant’s website. The contractor is responsible for the design, development, testing, integration and support of all Aegis equipment, the website says.

The company won $80 million U.S. Air Force contract awards last month to provide Japan with aircrew and maintenance training for the C-130J transport aircraft, it said. The contracts come under the C-130J Maintenance and Aircrew Training System II program, Lockheed said, and call for delivering aircrew and maintainer devices that support training on the ground.

Under those contracts, Lockheed will deliver a variety of training services to Yokota Air Base in Yokota, Japan. That includes a C-130J Air Mobility Command weapon systems trainer and C-130J AMC loadmaster part task trainer, the company said.

In March, the company won three other Aegis-related contract modifications from the Navy.

Lockheed won two modifications to existing contracts on the Navy’s Aegis destroyer weapons systems together worth $146 million — one modification worth $59 million for the Trident II navigational system and one for Aegis ashore removable units worth $11.7 million.

The Navy awarded Lockheed’s original Aegis contract in December 2013, with a total value of $574 million, for providing support to the Aegis weapon system. In late March, the Navy also gave the company a $93 million modification to the contract, bringing the total value to more than $700 million.

A representative for LMMST did not return a call seeking comment late Tuesday.

Lockheed continues to struggle with congressional pressures on the problems emerging from its signature F-35 Lightning II Joint Strike Fighter program. Earlier this month, U.S. House of Representatives subcommittee members questioned the continuing delays and emerging problems with the fighter jet program, including an automated maintenance program that produces 80 percent false positives.


http://www.law360.com/articles/660171/navy-awards-lockheed-69m-modification-for-japanese-ships

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