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Defensas en Japon: Anti-aereas, anti-misiles, estaciones en islas, islotes y atolones, especificaciones, noticias y acuerdos

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Defensas en Japon: Anti-aereas, anti-misiles, estaciones en islas, islotes y atolones, especificaciones, noticias y acuerdos

Mensaje por Rogersukoi27 el 24/2/2016, 11:41 pm



La estrategia defensiva del Japon, se ha venido estresando y ampliando sus
rangos y equipos disponibles, para crear barreras geograficas, tacticas y estrategicas
que le permita subsistir, neutralizar y responder ante cualquier postura belica
de los paises antagonicos vecinos del Japon.
Anteriormente, se entendia que si no era pro-activo, la defensa no provocaba
reacciones.
Ahora, con la diferenciada actitud de los paises vecinos (China y Corea del Norte),
ya no puede permanecer pasivo, y su proceder ha provocado ser foco de atencion
y de directivas claras con propositos evidentes.

Las instalaciones de lineas de vigilancia, deteccion, defensa y neutralizacion de
amenazas de misiles diversos, es la prioridad. Las armadoras de estos equipos,
anticipan mas reditos y mayor proveeduria a diversos paises vecinos de la zona.
La obsolescencia es el siguiente paso para multiplicar los contratos.





Japan navy ship carrying missile interceptors leaves for Okinawa – Asia Times



Posted: 1:27 pm, February 4, 2016 by Desk man
A Japanese Maritime Self-Defense Force transport vessel has left Hiroshima, western Japan, carrying missile interceptors bound for the southern prefecture of Okinawa. This follows North Korea’s notification of a satellite launch.

The transport ship Osumi left Kure base on Thursday, loaded with PAC-3 surface-to-air missile launchers, as well as large vehicles and other equipment.

The PAC-3 interceptors will be deployed to areas near the expected flight path of what is widely believed to be a ballistic missile.

Pyongyang says the missile is scheduled to take the same trajectory as one launched 4 years ago, which passed over Okinawa Prefecture.

The interceptor missiles will shoot down any incoming object.

The SDF has already deployed PAC-3 units in Tokyo’s Defense Ministry compound, as well as Asaka training field in Saitama Prefecture, and Narashino maneuvers field in Chiba Prefecture.

Three Maritime Self-Defense Force vessels will be in the Sea of Japan and the East China Sea. The Aegis vessels are equipped with high-performance radar to track ballistic missiles.(NHK)

http://mindanaoexaminer.com/japan-navy-ship-carrying-missile-interceptors-leaves-for-okinawa-asia-times/
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No es para cantar a los 4 vientos, la 2nda. adquisicion de los misiles aire-aire AMRAAM AIB-120C de los cuales habian ya adquirido 14 de los primeros diseños en 2014.
Con esta operacion del 5 de Octubre de este año 2017, estan adquiriendo 56 adicionales,
mismos que estan actualizando con los programas y antena, receptor y programa de procesamiento
de señales de vanguardia, que sin duda les dara el know-how para empatar los
diseños propios con el proposito de hacer compatibles los sensores, directores de tiro entre
otros.

No es la vision de llenarse de armas, sino de seleccionar los que tengan avances que les de una ventaja tecnologica, y respalde el conocimiento que vayan a requerir si hubiere
algun efrentamiento en diversos escenarios.




Japan to receive additional AMRAAM missiles

Gareth Jennings - IHS Jane's Defence Weekly
05 October 2017

Japan is set to receive 56 AIM-120C-7 air-to-air missiles after US approval was announced on 4 October. Source: US Air Force
Japan is to receive a further batch of Raytheon AIM-120 Advanced Medium-Range Air-to-Air Missiles (AMRAAMs) following approval of a potential sale by the US State Department.

The approval, announced by the US Defense Security Cooperation Agency (DSCA) on 4 October, covers 56 AIM-120C-7-variant missiles, plus support. The deal is estimated to be worth USD113 million.

“The proposed sale will provide Japan a critical air defense capability to assist in defending the Japanese homeland and US personnel stationed there,” the DSCA notification said.

The deal must be approved by Congress before it can proceed.

The Japanese Air Self-Defense Force (JASDF) already fields the AIM-120C-7, having been cleared to receive its first batch of 17 missiles in 2014. These augment the earlier AIM-120C-5 variant currently in the force’s inventory.

The AIM-120C-7 is a new design with distinct capability upgrades from previous AMRAAM versions. As noted in Jane’s Air Launched Weapons , the missile has upgraded antenna, receiver, and signal-processing hardware to meet operational requirements in countering new threats, and smaller electronic components to provide internal space for future system growth.

The missile is fitted with an active radar seeker – similar to that of the AIM-120A, but with a number of software upgrades – and is powered by a propulsion system similar to the AIM-120C-5 equivalent, but with an enlarged rocket motor.

http://www.janes.com/article/74641/japan-to-receive-additional-amraam-missiles

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