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    Default Primera visita de la historia de una delegación naval chilena a Rusia



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    Brahmos para la ACH, negociar algún ejercicio conjunto ASW, o interceder por algún cupo de cualquier nivel en RIMPAC 2018

    Como nos cambia la vida...

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    Alianza Estratègica Chile Canadà en Defensa

    Memorandum de Cooperaciòn en Defensa 2012
    Intercambios en BRIACOs y Lord Stranthcona`s Horse (Can)
    Ejercicio Worthington Chalenge (Leopard 2)
    Programa Regulus Oficiales Canadienses en Buques Chilenos
    Asistencia del petrolero AO Almirante Montt a flota del Pacìfico Canadiense
    Intercambios con Academia Politècnica Naval
    Intercambio de pilotos material Twin Otter
    Ejercicio 2012 CF-18 vs F-16C/D, Iquique (1er despliegue canadiense al sur del Ecuador, segùn Nicolás García pero es una info que tengo que chequear).
    Apoyo financiero canadiense a Programa de Cooperaciòn en Defensa de Chile en Centroamérica (PCDCA) -Destinatarios: Honduras, El Salvador, Guatemala-

    http://www.infodefensa.com/latam/201...militares.html

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    Default Ejercicio CF-18 RCAF - F-16 FACH (Southern Reach 2012)

    Hola, bueno, al preguntar me llegó la respuesta sobre aquél ejercicio. La operación se llamo Southern Reach e incluyó Brasil, Jamaica y Chile

    From Rio to Inuvik: The 2012 CF-18 Demo Team season in review

    Written by Captain Holly-Anne Brown Saturday, 01 December 2012 03:01


    A high point of the show in Ville de la Baie, Que., was the twilight show when the full effects of the jet’s afterburners were evident to the delight of the spectators – and photographers. Photo Credit: 3 Wing Imagery

    The 2012 CF-18 Demonstration Team wrapped up this year’s show season at the Fleet Week Air Show in San Francisco, California, in early October.

    It was no coincidence that the team began and ended its season outside of Canada. Throughout the 2012 season, the Royal Canadian Air Force made a deliberate effort to connect with both national and international audiences.

    The season was marked by a series of firsts. Captain Patrick “Paco” Gobeil – the 2012 CF-18 demo pilot and team leader, whose home unit is 3 Wing Bagotville, Que., – flew an estimated 85,000 kilometres between April and October. This earned him the distinction of being the most extensively travelled CF-18 demonstration pilot in the team’s history.

    The 2012 theme

    Each season, the CF-18 Demonstration Team features a unique theme; this year’s was The True North, Strong and Free. The Demo Hornet was custom painted with tail and dorsal art capturing the Arctic landscape and its people. It also featured 13 distinctive snowflakes – representing Canada’s provinces and territories, as well as the 13 RCAF Wings – scattered across a dramatic Arctic blue background.

    Operation Southern Reach

    The team blazed an extraordinary trail across North America this summer.

    After completing annual training in April in Comox, B.C., the team deployed on its international adventure, dubbed Operation Southern Reach, from May 5 to 26. The operation saw almost the entire demo team – 11 of 13 members, including both ground crews – form the nucleus of a modest detachment of personnel and aircraft that travelled to Brazil, Chile and Jamaica. The southern detachment also included two additional CF-18 Hornets along with a CC-130J Hercules aircraft to transport personnel and equipment and a CC-130 Hercules air-to-air refueller.

    The RCAF sought to increase its bonds with the partner air forces of these nations, and give them an opportunity to work with and learn about the Royal Canadian Air Force.

    The transit from Comox to Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, took several days and was highlighted by a flight in formation across the equator on May 8. Led by Capt Gobeil in the Demo Hornet, it was the first-ever cross-equator flight for a Canadian CF-18. He was flanked by Captain Denis “Cheech” Beaulieu of 425 Tactical Fighter Squadron, 3 Wing Bagotville, Que., in a second CF-18 and followed by the two Hercules.

    The team performed its first show in Brazil at the Brazilian Air Force’s Smoke Squadron’s 60th anniversary celebrations in Pirassununga. Despite the less-than-perfect weather (each morning started with a heavy downpour of rain), tens of thousands of spectators came out over the weekend and showed overwhelming enthusiasm.

    In Chile, the team met with their air force counterparts in an exchange that gave Capt Gobeil and the other CF-18 pilots the opportunity to fly an exercise with Chilean pilots in their F-16 fighter jets.

    In Jamaica, Capt Gobeil performed over the Kingston waterfront to the delight of thousands of people who assembled on the shoreline to get what may have been their first-ever glimpse of a fighter jet. Some were even a little bit frightened by all the noise coming from above.

    “Most Jamaicans have never seen anything like this before,” said Captain Bruce Ehmann, the team’s safety pilot and show narrator. “It was amazing to be able to perform here, to share that experience with them and to witness the crowd’s varied reactions. What a great show!”

    Back home to Canada

    Demonstrating the RCAF’s capabilities to our partner air forces was a priority this year, but it is always a priority at home.

    Back in Canada, the team wasted no time launching its national show schedule – starting with Waterloo, Ont., from June 1 to 3. More shows followed: Canadian Forces Base Borden, Ont., Hamilton, Ont., and Mont-Laurier, Que., near Montreal, as well as Capt Gobeil’s hometown of Ville de la Baie, Que.

    This particular venue was special for several reasons, not the least of which was its twilight show – an infrequently scheduled event performed just before dusk – where the full effects of the jet’s afterburners were evident to all. Over the town’s waterfront with the beautiful Saguenay fjord in the background, the brilliant orange and pink glow could clearly be seen coming from the CF-18’s engines in the low-lit evening skies. The show’s location gave Capt Gobeil and his east crew a tremendous opportunity to perform for their families and friends, as well as colleagues from nearby 3 Wing.

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    http://www.aviation.ca/2012120114061...ason-in-review

    Por Spearfish de RyF

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    qué se traerán entre manos estos chilenus malus malus reptilianus.....
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    Araucoprusianos.


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