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Mensaje por Rogersukoi27 el 30/8/2015, 7:52 pm

De acuerdo a esta nota publicada este mes de Agosto, anticipa un
Buque DDG, aun no definido su nombre como nueva clase, que posee un diseño de vanguardia
que tendra compatibilidad con los Destructores y Fragatas japoneses vigentes,  con
la conectividad de la Armada de E.U., y se puede indicar que poseera avances
y desarrollos adicionales.
 La Definicion del modelo como DD 27, al menos podemos empezar a reconocer
que no sera del tipo de buque con funcion de porta-helos como el KAGA E IZUMO,
sino que proveera de un numero adicional de naves con sistema AEGIS,
al numero inicial de 8 unidades.
El proyecto pareciera que en su primera fase
para el 2020,  seran 2 unidades, sin indicar cuantos adicionales estaran en sus
proyecciones.



Congress Notified of Potential $1.5B Sale of Aegis Combat Systems for New Japanese Ship Class

By: Sam LaGrone
August 10, 2015 6:47 PM

A proposed $1.5 billion sale of two ship sets worth of Aegis combat systems, anti-submarine warfare systems and a cooperative engagement capability (CEC) equipment will give Japan’s planned new class of destroyers the capacity to connect and receive information from American battle networks, according to a list of items in a foreign military sales (FMS) notification issued by the Defense Security Cooperation Agency on Friday.
The DSCA notice laid out the planned offensive punch of the Japanese Maritime Self Defense Force’s (JMSDF) yet-unnamed class of guided missile destroyer (DDG) that is planned to join the Japanese fleet in the 2020s — currently referred to as the 27DD, according to a July story in Navy Recognition.

The planned weapon systems sale for the two ships — the hulls of which will be built in Japan — further cements Japan’s trajectory in purchasing next generation weapons systems set to be compatible with the U.S. Navy’s emerging Naval Integrated Fire Control Counter Air (NIFC-CA)

“Japan continues to modernize its fleet to support Integrated Air and Missile Defense (IAMD) roles and special mission requirements. The addition of two new AEGIS DDGs will fulfill Japan’s mission goal of acquiring eight ballistic missile defense capable ships and will further enhance interoperability with the U.S. Navy, read the Friday statement.
“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.”

Centered around the established Lockheed Martin SPY-1D radar, the planned Mk 7 buys from Japan would give the 27DD class the same capabilities of the U.S. Navy’s Baseline 9 Arleigh Burke DDGs — capable of tackling ballistic missile defense (BMD) and simultaneously intercepting cruise missiles and aircraft — as well as transmitting and receiving target quality tracks to friendly ships and aircraft through CEC data links.

A planned upgrade to Japan’s existing Atago-class destroyers — announced in late May — will also give the two ships a similar technical backbone to tie into a joint U.S. and Japanese networked battle force.

The DSCA announcement follows a bevy in planned U.S. FMS sales to Japan. In June 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 May Congress was notified of a potential $3 billion sale of 17 Bell-Boeing V-22 Osprey tilt-rotors.

In addition to the Mk 7 Aegis Combat systems, and CEC the 27DDs will be outfitted with the AN/SQQ-89A anti-submarine warfare suite.

The following is the list of materials from the Aug 7, 2015 DSCA announcement.

http://news.usni.org/2015/08/10/congress-notified-of-potential-1-5b-sale-of-aegis-combat-systems-for-new-japanese-ship-class


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Re: Navio en proceso de diseño (DDG) - identificado como DD 27 Clase ATAGO Aegis - Armada del Japon - Notas, caracteristicas y publicaciones

Mensaje por Rogersukoi27 el 31/8/2015, 3:19 pm

Ya saliendo el peine,  al menos reconocen que el arma RAIL GUN, de diseño y
manufactura con tecnologia Japonesa, asi como el sistema de radares desarrollados
por ellos mismos (version indigenizada),  ya no queda duda que los proyectos
que me hicieron comentarios previos, ahora estan por darle aprobacion, para que
no queden los desarrollos y prototipos avanzados en la mesa de dibujo o en
los laboratorios para ejercicios iniciales.
 No se detendran en publicar mas adelante los que estan todavia armandose
para meterlos al horno de bollos!!!!
bounce




Japan Defense Ministry Unveiled Details of "27DD" Class Railgun & Laser armed AEGIS Destroyer

According to the Japanese Ministry of Defense (MoD) request for proposal (RfP) to bidding contractors, the 27DD destroyers will incorporate a number of design changes compared to the first batch of Atago class guided missile destroyers.




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According to the Japanese Ministry of Defense (MoD) request for proposal (RfP) to bidding contractors, the 27DD destroyers will incorporate a number of design changes compared to the first batch of Atago class guided missile destroyers.
27DD AEGIS Guided Missile Destroyer technical specifications and layout

First, the hull of 27DD has been enlarged to an empty displacement of 8,200 tons compared to the original Atago's 7,700 tons. It is believed in the Japanese defense community that the enlargement of the hull was conceived in order to provide a necessary growth space for advanced naval weapon systems that are currently under development in Japan, and will be incrementally added to the ships' arsenal as they are developed -- such as railguns and laser point-defense systems.

According to the Japanese Ministry of Defense (MoD) request for proposal (RfP) to bidding contractors, the 27DD destroyers will incorporate a number of design changes compared to the first batch of Atago class guided missile destroyers.




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JAX high-calibre railgun for naval ships

Like all Japanese combatant ships now being constructed, the 27DD destroyers will be powered by a COGLAG propulsion system (these two, as would be explained again later, would represent a series of essential improvements to the ships' space and power management and distribution in light of the new weaponry that they will operate in the near future).


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On the more minor technical front, the new ships will also equip a new surface-search radar (the AN/SPQ-9B from Northrop Grumman), new anti-ship missiles, a multi-static sonar system, and an enhanced Aegis combat system that will offer better Cooperative Engagement Capability (CEC).

According to the Japanese Ministry of Defense (MoD) request for proposal (RfP) to bidding contractors, the 27DD destroyers will incorporate a number of design changes compared to the first batch of Atago class guided missile destroyers.
TRDI laser CIWS(EQUIPO RAYO LASER PROPIO)

Eventually, the Japanese MoD envisions their new AEGIS ships to be the first operating platform of an indigenous naval railgun and laser point-defense system that they are locally developing in Japan. The plan for the railgun armament was outlined in their recently published FY2015 defense budget report.

The Japan Maritime Self-Defense Force (JMSDF) currently deploys two AEGIS detroyer classes: Four Kongo-class destroyers and two newer Atago class destroyers (plus four Akizuki class destroyers often called "Japanese AEGIS").

2015 is the year 27 of Heisei era. This year (Heisei 27) the Japanese government has allocated the budget and formally begun the process of constructing and adding a new subclass of Aegis destroyers to its existing fleet of Kongo and Atago class AEGIS ships. This new subclass is officially called the "27DD". It is widely regarded as the second but a much improved batch of the JMSDF's Atago class destroyer (which in turn is an improvement of the Kongo class). The two 27DD vessels are expected to be commissioned in 2020 and 2021.


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Re: Navio en proceso de diseño (DDG) - identificado como DD 27 Clase ATAGO Aegis - Armada del Japon - Notas, caracteristicas y publicaciones

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Como bien se ha comentado, estos adelantos que han venido realizando pruebas
y aplicando modificaciones, nos tenian que la censura en su publicacion, finalmente
podemos hablar con mayor libertad sobre algunos de estos proyectos, que si bien,
aun no quedan instalados, ya no estan en planos y diseños unicamente, sino en
pruebas de campo (laboratorio) experimental.

Los que siguen trabajando y que no nos dan acceso aun, estan dedicados a
no depender de la tecnologia de E.U. y a aplicar sus propios adelantos que pueden
ser aportacion estrategica a los paises que tienen buena relacion comercial y
tecnologica en conjunto.




Japan to Equip Two Warships With Laser Weapons



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The Japanese Defense Ministry has allocated money in the defense budget for two new 27DD project destroyers. The warships will be equipped with a modified AEGIS complex weapon system.

The ships are planned to be equipped with not only an electromagnetic artillery installation (‘Railgun’), but also with a laser weapon complex designed to protect the ship.

The laser weapon system (LaWS) is tested aboard the USS Ponce amphibious transport dock during an operational demonstration while deployed in the Gulf
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US Navy Plans to Equip Next-Generation Aircraft Carriers With Laser Weapons
The laser weapons are currently being developed by the Technical Research and Design Institute of the Japanese Defense Ministry.
Such complexes are being created for both sea and land use. They are designed to engage cruise, anti-ship missiles and other high-precision weapons.

Development of the electromagnetic guns for naval destroyers is also being carried out in Japan — funds for this work were incorporated in the defense budget this year.
The 27DD destroyers are equipped with a combined gas turbine-electric power plant.

The modified AEGIS weapons systems have improved data exchange and external target designation. In addition, they have new radar to detect surface targets and hydro acoustic collection system with towed antennas.

Electromagnetic weapons are no longer a fantasy. They have been developed and tested in Russia and the United States as well.

The United States conducted tests of laser weapons earlier in the Persian Gulf. According to Pentagon the tests were successful.

Russian specialists are developing military lasers particularly for aviation. Moreover, the development of such weapons in Russian is being carried out without any of the components or sub-assemblies built by foreign machinery.


http://sputniknews.com/military/20150729/1025169308.html

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Mensaje por Rogersukoi27 el 12/9/2015, 8:39 pm



Sin dejar a la imaginacion, el RAIL GUN, que ha sido con desarrollo indigenizado Japones,
presentan en el archivo en PDF (aunque no ha sido traducido al Ingles o Español),
indica que el DD27, es la antesala de los proyectos ya definidos, (DD28, DD29, DD30
y DD31 AUN NO PUBLICADOS), mas que podemos visualizar la claridad de sus planes
estrategicos, y que no piensan mantenerlos en sigilo.
(¿Sera un mensaje claro para
sus vecinos Chinos que sepan que no se les permitira querer minimizar sus capacidades?)

La inteligencia naval Japonesa, no esta publicando todos los detalles, mas si
lanza señales de - estate quieto - para que no esperes recibimientos calidos y
de cortesia unicamente.



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FUENTE DE LA INFORMACION REVELADA EN JAPONES, FORMATO PDF PARA SU CONSULTA
PRELIMINAR:


http://www.mod.go.jp/j/yosan/2015/gaisan.pdf
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Mensaje por Rogersukoi27 el 6/8/2017, 8:00 pm

Rogersukoi27 escribió:Ya saliendo el peine,  al menos reconocen que el arma RAIL GUN, de diseño y
manufactura con tecnologia Japonesa, asi como el sistema de radares desarrollados
por ellos mismos (version indigenizada),  ya no queda duda que los proyectos
que me hicieron comentarios previos, ahora estan por darle aprobacion, para que
no queden los desarrollos y prototipos avanzados en la mesa de dibujo o en
los laboratorios para ejercicios iniciales.
 No se detendran en publicar mas adelante los que estan todavia armandose
para meterlos al horno de bollos!!!!
bounce




Japan Defense Ministry Unveiled Details of "27DD" Class Railgun & Laser armed AEGIS Destroyer

According to the Japanese Ministry of Defense (MoD) request for proposal (RfP) to bidding contractors, the 27DD destroyers will incorporate a number of design changes compared to the first batch of Atago class guided missile destroyers.




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According to the Japanese Ministry of Defense (MoD) request for proposal (RfP) to bidding contractors, the 27DD destroyers will incorporate a number of design changes compared to the first batch of Atago class guided missile destroyers.
27DD AEGIS Guided Missile Destroyer technical specifications and layout

First, the hull of 27DD has been enlarged to an empty displacement of 8,200 tons compared to the original Atago's 7,700 tons.It is believed in the Japanese defense community that the enlargement of the hull was conceived in order to provide a necessary growth space for advanced naval weapon systems that are currently under development in Japan, and will be incrementally added to the ships' arsenal as they are developed -- such as railguns and laser point-defense systems.[/size]

According to the Japanese Ministry of Defense (MoD) request for proposal (RfP) to bidding contractors, the 27DD destroyers will incorporate a number of design changes compared to the first batch of Atago class guided missile destroyers.





Like all Japanese combatant ships now being constructed, the 27DD destroyers will be powered by a COGLAG propulsion system (these two, as would be explained again later, would represent a series of essential improvements to the ships' space and power management and distribution in light of the new weaponry that they will operate in the near future).


On the more minor technical front, the new ships will also equip a new surface-search radar (the AN/SPQ-9B from Northrop Grumman), new anti-ship missiles, a multi-static sonar system, and an enhanced Aegis combat system that will offer better Cooperative Engagement Capability (CEC).

According to the Japanese Ministry of Defense (MoD) request for proposal (RfP) to bidding contractors, the 27DD destroyers will incorporate a number of design changes compared to the first batch of Atago class guided missile destroyers.

The Japan Maritime Self-Defense Force (JMSDF) currently deploys two AEGIS detroyer classes: Four Kongo-class destroyers and two newer Atago class destroyers (plus four Akizuki class destroyers often called "Japanese AEGIS").

2015 is the year 27 of Heisei era. This year (Heisei 27) the Japanese government has allocated the budget and formally begun the process of constructing and adding a new subclass of Aegis destroyers to its existing fleet of Kongo and Atago class AEGIS ships. This new subclass is officially called the "27DD". It is widely regarded as the second but a much improved batch of the JMSDF's Atago class destroyer (which in turn is an improvement of the Kongo class). The two 27DD vessels are expected to be commissioned in 2020 and 2021.


http://www.navyrecognition.com/index.php/news/defence-news/year-2015-news/july-2015-navy-naval-forces-defense-industry-technology-maritime-security-global-news/2925-japan-defense-ministry-unveiled-details-of-q27ddq-class-railgun-a-laser-armed-aegis-destroyer.html



Con los desarrollos publicados de el ultimo destructor ASHAHI, el modelo 27DD, sin duda corresponde a la evolucion del diseño CLASE ATAGO, el cual, le modificare el nombre al titulo a quedar:
27 DD clase ATAGO AEGIS, para identificar la evolucion de los adelantos tecnologicos que iran
proporcionando, dada la revelacion del hermano de menor calado, mas con similares adelantos
que los buques botados en el 2011 y 2012.

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