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Ejercicio RIMPAC 2018 - Junio 2018 - Hawaii - se espera repitan los 26 paises que participaron en 2016

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Ejercicio RIMPAC 2018 - Junio 2018 - Hawaii - se espera repitan los 26 paises que participaron en 2016

Mensaje por Rogersukoi27 el 1/3/2018, 7:17 pm

Dado que el ejercicio en su version 26, se llevara a cabo en las costas de Hawaii
y California, se espera que la participacion de las 26 naciones que tuvieron presencia
en el ejercicio del 2016, vuelvan a repetir. No han indicado fecha precisa, mas se
tiene mencionado en diferentes notas de diferentes diarios, que sera a finales de Junio 2018.

 Sigue siendo el ausente Rusia, sin embargo, ya tuvo sus 2 naves de espionaje a distancia
en el ejercicio previo, sin interrumpir las operaciones y ejercicios conjuntos del evento.
 Veremos que navio envia la Semar, esperando sea acompañado de grupos de
infantes y sin duda su Helo de transporte de nuevo.

En este articulo, anuncian que el proximo USS Portland, clase San Antonio, el cual sera
comisionado el Abril proximo, llevara montado un Rayo Laser con mayor capacidad que los
30 kilo-watts del rayo laser presentados aborde del USS Ponce en el ejercicio previo.


America’s Newest Amphibious Ship Is Getting a Laser Weapon

The Portland is getting a laser just in time to show off at RIMPAC 2018

By Kyle Mizokami
Jan 11, 2018
The U.S.'s latest amphibious ship is getting a laser weapon just in time to show off at the 2018 Rim of the Pacific wargames. The USS Portland, which will function as the flagship for the multinational military exercises, is set to receive the latest version of the Navy’s Laser Weapon System. The new weapon will likely make an impression on visiting sailors—especially those from China—that also participate in the exercises.

The USS Portland, a San Antonio-class landing platform, dock ship is set to enter service with the U.S. Navy in April. US Naval Institute News reports the Navy is installing the next generation version of its Laser Weapon System (LaWS) on the ship. The Portland will receive LaWS just as it is scheduled to deploy as the flagship of the 2018 Rim of the Pacific (RIMPAC) exercises.

RIMPAC is the largest multinational exercise in the world. Hosted by the U.S. Navy, it is held on even-numbered years off the coast of Hawaii. It is designed to practice interoperability among navies, allow naval forces from different countries to familiarize themselves with one another, and ends with a big SINKEX, a sinking exercise where everyone sinks decommissioned ships.

Twenty six countries participated in 2016: Australia, Brunei, Canada, Chile, Colombia, Denmark, France, Germany, India, Indonesia, Italy, Japan, Malaysia, Mexico, Netherlands, New Zealand, Norway, the People's Republic of China, Peru, the Republic of Korea, the Republic of the Philippines, Singapore, Thailand, Tonga, the U.K., and the U.S. Brazil had to back out at the last minute.

Almost all the participants are either friendly to the United States or key allies with the sole exception being China. The presence of a laser on the Portland will be a reminder to those allies present just who has the most technologically advanced naval force in the world. It will also make an impression on the Chinese military, which has been working on directed energy weapons but has not made any operational.

By contrast, the U.S. deployed its first laser weapon in an operational setting three years ago, when an older amphibious ship, USS Ponce, was deployed to the Persian Gulf as a floating base with the first-generation LaWS weapon. The earlier LaWS was a 30-kilowatt solid-state laser system capable of frying drones in midair and burning out the motors of helicopters and small watercraft, like those favored by Iran’s Revolutionary Guards Corps Navy.

Details on the next generation LaWS that will equip Portland are unknown but the system will probably be more powerful with a greater range. The improved system, like the old one, is a bolt-on device with a self-contained power supply that could theoretically be parked on nearly any navy ship.
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Para llevar la delantera de la Flota multinacional en el proximo RIMPAC 2018,
la Armada de Chile ha sido honrada con el comando de dicha flota, por el
excelente desempeño efectuado en sus previas participaciones desde 1996.
 Para los paises no hispano parlantes, significa una contribucion como
ejemplo de su profesionalismo, disciplina y eficiente coordinacion con los
paises participantes. En horabuena!!!
! cheers

Chile to command sea forces in world’s largest maritime exercise

Chilean navy frigate CNS Almirante Cochrane arrives at Joint Base Pearl Harbor-Hickam, Hawaii, during Rim of the Pacific 2016.


Published: March 17, 2017

Chile will command the combined-forces sea component for next year’s Rim of the Pacific, making it the first non-founding member of the world’s largest maritime exercise to do so.

“The Chilean navy earned this responsibility through years of observation, participation, mastery and leadership at RIMPAC,” said Adm. Scott H. Swift, Pacific Fleet commander, in a speech this week at the Chilean Naval War College in Valparaiso, Chile.

Command of the maritime forces for the two-month, biennial exercise – first held in 1971 – had alternated among the U.S., Australian and Canadian navies.

Last year, 26 nations, more than 40 ships and submarines, 200 aircraft and 25,000 personnel joined the drills.
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Mensaje por Rogersukoi27 el 10/3/2018, 1:43 pm

Dentro de los ejercicios y demostraciones que se daran en este proximo Rimpac 2018, se hara el lanzamiento desde las costas de Hawaii, de este misil naval anti-buque, que
sera dirigido a un Buque-señuelo estatico a distancia o en su caso si estuviera en movilidad, y que el proposito sera provocar su hundimiento, dada la precision, velocidad y distancia que poseen.
Su rango de alcance segun la nota, son 200 kilometros de navegacion, hasta llegar
a su objetivo. Ya ha sido lanzado desde la Armada Noruega, y tambien de uno de los
diseños de E.U. el USS Coronado, en el 2014.
Si bien no es el ultimo diseño, si ha tenido adelantos que seran presentados como
parte de la telemetria interna del misil, y equiparable a los Chinos en su atinado desempeño.

NSM anti-ship missile to be tested from U.S. Army HEMTT during RIMPAC 2018
SNA 2018 Show Daily News

At the Surface Navy Association's (SNA) 2018 National Symposium held in January near Washington DC, Navy Recognition learned from Raytheon and Kongsberg that the Naval Strike Missile (NSM) will be test fired from a U.S. Army HEMTT truck during RIMPAC 2018 exercise this summer.

NSM anti ship missile to be tested from US Army HEMTT during RIMPAC 2018 1Kongsberg CGI showing an NSM being launched from a US Army HEMTT vehicule.

The U.S. Army will demonstrate the "cross domain fires / cross domain integration" concept by firing an NSM against a ship target at sea during the joint exercise taking place in (and off) the island of Hawaii. A contract was awarded to Raytheon for this.

The first mention of this live test came from the Chief of U.S Pacific Command, Amiral Harris, talking at the Association of the United States Army LANPAC Symposium and Exposition last year in May.
"Significant to this audience, during RIMPAC 2018, USARPAC will fire a Naval Strike Missile from the shore to sink a ship." Admiral Harris said at the Army symposium last year.

Talking to Navy Recognition at SNA 2018, Tom Copeman, Vice President, Business Development, Air Warfare Systems at Raytheon Missile Systems, said "The missile, no matter where you shoot it from, can hit moving targets at sea or can hit a target stationary ashore so it is designed from the get go to be a cross domain capable weapon".

Gary Holst, Senior Director, Business Development at Kongsberg said "We think that the emphasis on cross domain and bringing all shooters together in a distributed fashion to mass on a target or targets provides a wonderful opportunity, we are just really excited about it!".

About NSM
The NSM Coastal Defence System is designed for high precision strike missions against high threat targets or highly defended targets at sea or on land up to 200 km and above.

NSM defence system is already fielded by the Polish Navy coastal defence squadron based in (Northern Poland near Gdansk). Polish Navy personnel explained to Navy Recognition the typical organization of a coastal battery at MSPO 2014.

The NSM is a fifth generation anti-sip missile, developed by KONGSBERG for the Norwegian Navy. NSM reached Initial Operational Capability on the new Norwegian Fridtjof Nansen Class frigates and the new Norwegian Skjold Class corvettes in 2012. It is also fielded by the Polish Navy (coastal defense batteries) and has been selected by the navies of Malaysia and Germany. NSM was also tested by the US Navy on LCS (Littoral Combat Ship) #4 USS Coronado in 2014.

Raytheon Company and Norway's Kongsberg Defence Systems entered in teaming agreement in 2016 and Raytheon received an initial contract to produce Naval Strike Missile (NSM) launchers at its production facility in Tucson, Arizona in August 2016.

Hans Kongelf, Vice President of Missile Systems at Kongsberg previously told Navy Recognition that the main strength of the NSM are:
- Defense penetration capabilities thanks to its stealth, extremely low sea-skimming flight profile and high G maneuvers.
- Target recognition: Each NSM is fitted with a library of ship profiles to recognize each ship classes.
- NSM is available today, it is in production, fielded by the Royal Norwegian Navy, the Polish Navy and selected by the Royal Malaysian Navy and German Navy

NSM anti ship missile to be tested from US Army HEMTT during RIMPAC 2018 2Kongsberg poster on display at AUSA 2017

The Heavy Expanded Mobility Tactical Truck (HEMTT) is an eight-wheel drive, diesel-powered, 10-short-ton (9,100 kg), tactical truck used by the US military and others. In evolving configurations it has been in continuous production since 1982.

The HEMTT A4 series designed, developed and manufactured by the American Company Oshkosh Defense is latest version of the HEMTT truck familiy. Built to stand up to the evolving challenges in the field, the HEMTT A4 hits the battlefield with significant improvements and advancements in power, maintenance, and soldier safety. Oshkosh Defense has been building some of the toughest, most reliable, most technically-advanced trucks in the world. The same high-quality proven standards of performance and reliability are found in the HEMTT A4. Built with maximum common parts across its variants, the HEMTT A4 soon will take its place as the Army's best performing workhorse.

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