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 Latest Malaysia Military News Part 2, From May 09-July 10
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MMEA Propose To Buy Two Large Vessels To Enhance Security In Malaysian Waters

http://www.bernama.com/bernama/v5/newsgeneral.php?id=459609

LANGKAWI, Dec 3 (Bernama) -- The Malaysian Maritime Enforcement Agency (MMEA) hope to purchase two large vessels that can be used for deep sea patrolling covering about 200 nautical miles from the shore.

MMEA director general Admiral Datuk Mohd Amdan Kurish said the vessels measuring 85m long will have the capability to carry helicopters that can be used for patrolling purposes along the Malaysian waters and to monitor activities at oil rigs.

As part of the Langkawi International Maritime and Aerospace Exhibition (LIMA 2009), the MMEA are carrying out a number of demonstrations in the waters off Awana Porto Malai here.

Mohd Amdan said the MMEA's current fleet comprise of 120 vessels of various sizes, class and make, plus six helicopters and two Amfibia Bombardier CL415 aircrafts.

-- BERNAMA
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Malaysian Firm To Produce Male Unmanned Aerial Vehicle Next Year



By Mohd Haikal Isa

LANGKAWI, Dec 3 (Bernama) -- By next year, Malaysia will become the first country in this region to produce its own Medium Altitude Long Endurance (MALE) Unmanned Aerial Vehicle (UAV) code-named "Yabhon Aludra".

Unmanned Systems Technology (UST) Sdn Bhd, a subsidiary of Composite Technology Research Malaysia (CTRM), will start producing the strategic-level UAV at its plant in Melaka.

UST Head Muhammad Khalizi Abdul Razak said the cutting-edge "Yabhon Aludra" UAV was developed by his company jointly with its partner, Adcom System, from Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates (UAE).

"It is cutting edge and highly capable, its MALE level and capability are similar to its famous counterpart "Predator UAV" used extensively by the United States' armed forces to fight terrorism," he told BERNAMA in an exclusive interview on the sidelines of the Langkawi International Maritime and Aerospace (LIMA) Exhibition 2009 here Thursday.

Muhammad Khalizi said it took UST and Adcom eight years to develop the Yabhon Aludra from the initial design stage to flight testing and production.

Muhammad Khalizi said the length and height of Yabhon Aludra are about 5m by 2.12m while its wingspan is 6.56m with a maximum 500kg take-off weight.

The UAV is capable of operating for 30 hours non-stop from an altitude of 4,500m covering over 500km in range using data link and satellite-based ground station, he said.

He said UST and CTRM, the parent company, would sell Yabhon Aludra to security agencies in Malaysia such as the armed forces, Police, Malaysia Maritime Enforcement Agency, National Security Council and Royal Malaysia Customs.

"Our market is not confined to Malaysia alone but also regional as we find there is huge demand among homeland security agencies for every level and type of UAV from miniature to the HALE (High Altitude Long Endurance)," he said.

Muhammad Khalizi said Yabhon Aludra, a high performance and efficient UAV built from fibre-epoxy material completely vacuum-bagged for maximum strength, is capable of carrying special-use sensor, thermal imager, infrared sensor, laser designator, range finder and electro-optical sensors.



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http://mmail.com.my/content/20659-malaysia...ge-patrol-ships

LANGKAWI: The main focus of Malaysia's defence spending for the next five years is expected to be on the second batch of the New Generation Patrol Vessels (NGPV) project.

Prime Minister Datuk Seri Najib Razak yesterday said the NGPV was one of the priorities for the defence sector as shipbuilder, Boustead Naval Shipyard Sdn Bhd (BNS), was about to complete the six vessels in the first batch.

"They need a new order because they have 2,000 companies depending on additional work. This is part of the vendor development programme," he said after visiting the Mahsuri International Exhibition Centre, the venue of the Langkawi International Maritime and Aerospace 2009 (LIMA '09).

Two other defence priorities are the procurement of the Eurocopter EC725 helicopters and the replacement of the army’s 8X8 armoured personnel carrier programme.

Defence funding for the next five years is expected to be announced in the 10th Malaysian Plan, scheduled to be tabled in Parliament in July.

Two exhibitors will make presentations on their proposed vessels for the second batch of the NGPV.

BNS is displaying its model, the Second Generation Patrol Vessel (SGPV), at its booth while over at the German-based ThyssenKrupp booth is a model of its version for the Batch II project.

ThyssenKrupp has taken over Blohm + Voss, the original designer of the NGPV. Blohm + Voss was the principal contractor to BNS for the NGPV project.

BNS project division senior general manager Syed Amir Shahabudin said its SGPV was an evolutionary design of the NGPV, three of which were already in service with the Royal Malaysian Navy (RMN).

The NGPV is based on the Blohm + Voss Meko A100 design specifically for the RMN in the early 1990s. Two of its Kedah-class lead ships were built in Germany and were fitted at the BNS facility in Lumut, Perak. The four remaining Batch 1 of the NGPV were built and outfitted at BNS facilities in Lumut and Penang.

With a length of 91 metres and a width of 13 metres, the corvette can reach a maximum speed of 22 knots.

The “multi-purpose combination” MEKO is a shipbuilding concept based on modularity of armament, electronics and other equipment, aiming at ease of maintenance and cost reduction.

When the NGPV contract was signed in 1999, 27 Kedah-class vessels were supposed to be built for the RMN.

But due to the global economic crisis, the second batch project, comprising six vessels, was deferred until the 10th Malaysian Plan.

BNS is proposing that the ship be armed with a Vertical Launch System for anti-air warfare, four launchers for MM40 Exocet missiles for anti-ship warfare and lightweight torpedoes for antisubmarine.

Syed Amir said they were also proposing that the Kedah-class COYSS 110-M1 Combat Management System be maintained for the SGPV as it was designed to be readily upgradeable.

At 99 metres in length, the SGPV is capable of carrying 75 crew members and 15 marines or special forces personnel.

ThyssenKrupp vice-president Sales Ola Gullberg said its Batch II design was fitted with a traditional stack based on the feedback from the RMN.

The ship is also fitted with a VLS system for anti-aircraft missiles that sits behind the main 76mm gun on the bow.
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QUOTE (spiderweb6969 @ Dec 4 2009, 12:48 AM)
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"It is cutting edge and highly capable, its MALE level and capability are similar to its famous counterpart "Predator UAV" used extensively by the United States' armed forces to fight terrorism," he told BERNAMA in an exclusive interview on the sidelines of the Langkawi International Maritime and Aerospace (LIMA) Exhibition 2009 here Thursday.

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"Our market is not confined to Malaysia alone but also regional as we find there is huge demand among homeland security agencies for every level and type of UAV from miniature to the HALE (High Altitude Long Endurance)," he said.

by exporting the platform, wouldn't that put them on thin-ice where the MTCR is concerned? blink.gif

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SMEO In Talks Over New Rifle Contract With Government

http://www.bernama.com/bernama/v5/newsgeneral.php?id=460102

LANGKAWI, Dec 4 (Bernama) -- SME Ordnance Sdn Bhd (SMEO) has started negotiations with the government over a new rifle contract, a company official said on Friday.

He said the company had produced 14,000 M4 Carbine rifles for the Malaysian defence forces at its facility in Batu Arang, Selangor, and handed over the weapons to the military in mid-2008.

The firearms supplied to the Malaysian military performed well, he said when met at the ongoing Langkawi International Maritime and Aerospace (LIMA) Exhibition 2009.

"It is the best rifle for the Malaysian defence forces," he said.

SMEO obtained the licence from Colt Defence LLC of the United States to manufacture the 5.56mm M4 Carbine weapon in Malaysia and signed the supply contract with the government in 2006.

The company also produces various other military equipment including ammunition for the army and air force.

-- BERNAMA

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Government Short-Lists Aircraft From Five Countries To Replace MIG

http://www.bernama.com/bernama/v5/newsgeneral.php?id=459973

LANGKAWI, Dec 4 (Bernama) -- The government has short-listed aircrafts from five countries to replace the MIG 29N which will be phased out next year, Defence Minister Datuk Seri Dr Ahmad Zahid Hamidi said Thursday.

"The five countries will be invited to submit their tenders," he told reporters after viewing an exhibition at the Mahsuri International Exhibition Center (MIEC) in conjunction with the Langkawi International Maritime and Aerospace Exhibition 2009 (LIMA 2009) here.

Ahmad Zahid said the purchase of the aircrafts would however depend on the availability of funds.

"The new asset to replace the MIG will be the multi role combat aircrafts which is cost efficient and can be used for at least 20 years," he added.

The government recently announced the phasing out of the 16 MIG 29N bought from Russia for US$381 million in 1995. The move is expected to save the government RM260 million a year in maintenance cost.

Ahmad Zahid said the Royal Malaysian Air Force MIG aircrafts would be sold "lock, stock and barrel" and that two companies were keen to buy them.

He said 10 of the aircrafts would be sold in the middle of next year, while the remaining six by the year end.

-- BERNAMA

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Sukhoi simulators 'flying' soon

http://www.mmail.com.my/content/20660-sukh...ors-flying-soon

Local Sukhoi Su-30MKM simulator system
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Thursday, December 3rd, 2009

LANGKAWI: The Royal Malaysian Air Force (RMAF) Sukhoi Su-30MKM simulator system is expected to be operational by February.

The simulator system includes two high-fidelity Tactical Operational Flight Trainer (TOFT) and computerbased trainer (CBT).

Heitech Padu Bhd developed it with input from the Sukhoi Design Bureau, the designer of the 30MKM and Irkut, the manufacturer of the plane.

“Following testing and commissioning, we expect both the TOFT and the CBT to be operational by February,” Heitech president Safiee Mohammad told The Malay Mail at the Langkawi International Maritime and Aerospace Exhibition 2009 (LIMA '09).

He said the TOFT had been developed for full mission training using the Distributed Mission Training concept.

This means that the training mission can be done using more than one simulated aircraft simultaneously, as if in the actual environment.

The system will also be able to achieve high-level training fidelity to simulate the aircraft flight model, sensors, radar, displays and weapon control system.

The CBT will be used as a basic training tool for pilots to familiarise themselves with the aircraft avionics and train the ground crew in maintenance and aircraft troubleshooting.

The simulator system is currently being installed at the Gong Kedak air base in Terengganu, where the Sukhoi squadron is based.

RMAF has taken delivery of 18 Sukhoi Su-30MKM aircraft that was procured in 1999 for RM3.4 billion. The aircraft is the darling of LIMA '09, displaying its phenomenal display during the daily air show
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Alenia Aermacchi Delivers 8 MB-339CMs to Malaysia

http://www.defensenews.com/story.php?i=4405304&c=ASI&s=AIR

ROME - Italy's Alenia Aermacchi has delivered eight MB-339CM trainer aircraft to the Royal Malaysian Air Force, the firm said Dec. 3, following an 88 million euro ($132.8 million) order placed in late 2006.

The deal covers aircraft, spare parts, ground equipment and two years of support, as well as pilot training, which began in Italy at the start of 2009, the firm said.

The aircraft were delivered in batches, with the last two aircraft flying from Aermacchi's facility in Venegono, Italy, on Nov. 28.

In its new CM configuration, which is based on the CD version used by the Italian Air Force, the two seat, single-engine trainer is equipped with embedded training simulation, digital mapping and new safety features. Malaysia has operated the MB-339 in its previous 'A' configuration for more than 20 years.

The CM trainer also boasts a head-up display and three multifunctional displays, as well as an air refueling probe.
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MiG, F-111 Bid Farewell At LIMA 2009

http://www.bernama.com/bernama/v5/newsgeneral.php?id=460281

LANGKAWI, Dec 5 (Bernama) -- Pilots and ground crew of the ageing MiG-29N and F-111 fighter jets bade farewell as the aircrafts marked their final appearance at the Langkawi International Maritime and Aerospace Exhibition (LIMA 2009) Saturday.

To commemorate the farewell, the pilots and ground crew symbolically gathered in front of the fighter jets in a triangular formation at the tarmac for photo opportunities.

The Royal Malaysian Air Force (RMAF) MiG-29N will soon be replaced by a new aircraft which has yet to be decided by the Malaysian Government, while the F-111, operated by the Royal Australian Air Force (RAAF), will be replaced by F/A 18 Super Hornets.

Lt Col Norazman Samion, the RMAF commanding officer of No 17/19 squadron which operates the MiG-29N, said the changes were good for them although they had to take leave of the long-serving aircraft.

"It is normal for pilots to say goodbye, everytime they changed aircrafts. If the RMAF wants a change, we are ready for a change," he told Bernama after the symbolic farewell ceremony of the two aircrafts on the last day of LIMA 2009.

Earlier, Norazman presented a token of appreciation to Wing Commander Micka Gray, of the No: 6 Squadron of RAAF which operated the F-111 aircraft.

Meanwhile, Norazman said, most of his pilots might be absorbed into the Sukhoi aircraft team.

In any case, he said, it would not pose a problem as both the MIG and Sukhoi operations were almost similar.

The MIG squadron comprises 10 pilots, four engineers and a 180-man ground crew.

Recently, RMAF chief General Datuk Seri Rodzali Daud said the MIG-29N jets would be phased out in the RMAF inventory, by end of next year. It will be replaced by a multi-role combat aircraft.

The Russian-made MIG-26 jets was bought by the RMAF in June 1994, for US$381 million (US$1 = RM3.38).

-- BERNAMA
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QUOTE (weasel1962 @ Dec 6 2009, 08:53 AM)
The Russian-made MIG-26 jets was bought by the RMAF in June 1994, for US$381 million (US$1 = RM3.38).

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Quiet Affairs For Armed Forces During LIMA 2009

By Mohd Haikal Mohd isa

http://www.bernama.com/bernama/v5/newsgeneral.php?id=460372

LANGKAWI, Dec 6 (Bernama) -- The just-concluded Langkawi International Maritime and Aerospace exhibition (Lima 2009) proved to be a quiet affair for the armed forces, especially for the navy and air force.

Due to the crunching impact of the global financial crisis, the government had had to slash its defence spending, forcing it to defer several major arms procurements.

One of the major deals that was expected to be sealed during this year's edition of Lima, but failed to materialise, involved the government's contract for the purchase of the Eurocopter EC-725 Cougar Combat Search and Rescue (CSAR) helicopter.

The goverment, according to Prime Minister Datuk Seri Najib Tun Razak, who is also the Finance Minister, needed to work out its financial capabilitity and affordability.

Speaking to reporters on the second day of Lima 2009, he, nevertheless, acknowledged that the French-made Cougar helicopter is a very high performance aircraft and the best candidate to replace the ageing RMAF Nuri helicopters.

With the decision to delay the purchase of the Cougar, the government, according to several sources, could possibly opt to upgrade the Nuri helicopters and enable the Royal malaysian Air Force's (RMAF) workhorse to serve until 2025.

The belt-tightening measures taken by the government not only impacted on the RMAF, but also the Royal Malaysian Navy (RMN).

The RMN had hoped for a strong indication from the government during Lima 2009 on its proposal for the purchase of the second batch of Offshore Patrol Vesssel (OPV).

The first batch of six OPVs had been delivered to RMN and the navy, along with the local contractor, Boustead Naval Shipyard (BNS), are hopeful that the government will agree on the purchase of the second batch.

BNS senior general manager engineering and technical services division Syed Amir Shahbudin, in an interview with Bernama during the exhibition, pointed out that the livelihoods of more than 2,000 local vendors depended on the continuation of the national project.

"The second-batch project has a huge multiplier effect on the local economy," he said.

During Lima 2009, there was no word from the government regarding RMN's plan to have a second batch of two Lekiu-class frigates, with one proposed to be constructed in Labuan and the another in the United Kingdom.

The addition would make the RMN's frigates squadron among the most potent in the region.

While the RMN did not get what it wanted, the RMAF meanwhile bade farewell to its MiG-29N air interdiction fighter aircraft which would be decommisioned next year and replaced with a Multi Role Combat Aircraft (MRCA)-type fighter aircraft.

With the decision to phase out the MiG-29N, the government has started its search for a replacement and the international aviation company has pounced on the announcement and offered several makes of fighter aircraft.

Although Defence Minister Datuk Seri Ahmad Zahidi said that the ministry had listed five types of MRCA for possible replacement of the MiG, the usual suspects, according to well-informed analysts, would fall on Sukhoi SU-30MKM and F-18 E/F Super Hornet.

The RMAF currently employs 18 Sukhoi SU-30MKM in its arsenal, along with a squadron of eight older versions of the FA-18 C/D Hornet.

-- BERNAMA
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Lima 09 closes with RM4.7bil deals done
6 Dec 2009
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LANGKAWI: The Langkawi International Maritime and Aerospace exhibition (Lima 09) ended yesterday with RM4.7bil worth of contracts and memorandum of understanding (MoU) signed.

Defence Minister Datuk Seri Dr Ahmad Zahid Hamidi said unofficial estimates of the contracts and MoUs that were signed during the five-day show however was much higher — at RM9.5bil.

He said although the amount was less than the RM11bil inked in 2007, the response to this year’s show was still pretty impressive considering the current global economic conditions.

He said most foreign exhibitors have also promised to return for the next Lima show in 2011. Zahid said he was happy to see that local exhibitors have now emerged as strong industry players instead of acting as supply agents for defence and security companies as in the past.

He also expressed his gratitude to the foreign air force crew who had brought their aircraft here for the first time.

“The B-52 bomber of the United States Air Force flew in from Guam and conducted aerial refuelling near Sri Lanka before landing in Langkawi,” he added.

Participants from 25 countries and 38,000 trade visitors took part in the five-day show. A total of 54 aircraft and 99 ships from eight countries also took part in the show held at the Langkawi airport and near the Awana Porto Malai jetty.
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“The B-52 bomber of the United States Air Force flew in from Guam and conducted aerial refuelling near Sri Lanka before landing in Langkawi,” he added.


how come fly all the way to Sri Lanka for aerial refuelling if they came from Guam!?
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confused Diego Garcia for Guam?


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I'm sure Diego Garcia would be within range for the B52, its not that far in the Indian Ocean.
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