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    Quote Originally Posted by red_star View Post
    Partieron los recortines...

    https://www.infodefensa.com/latam/20...puestario.html

    Saludos
    Ya se veía venir algo así, es lo más fácil no?.
    Porqué no hacen un recorte severo con el congreso , depósito de los parásitos e ineptos mejor pagados del mundo?

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    Tres buques de transporte anfibio reactivadores de la economía en Talcahuano con mano de obra local y transferencia de tecnología, de uso dual en apoyo de catástrofes y conectividad zona austral...

    https://www.infodefensa.com/latam/20...e-anfibio.html

    El vídeo de la entrevista


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    Exponaval prepara su nueva versión 2020


    Prensa ExpoNaval 2020

    Exponaval 2020 se encuentra trabajando a toda marcha para su nueva versión que se realizará entre el 1 y 4 de diciembre en la base Aeronaval de Concón en la Región de Valparaíso.

    La feria de defensa más importante de Latinoamérica, es organizada en conjunto por la Armada de Chile y FISA, del Grupo GL events y es considerada un punto de encuentro entre las Armadas latinoamericanas y expositores de la industria mundial de defensa, astilleros, tecnología marítima, seguridad, telecomunicaciones, entre otros.

    La exhibición que se realiza en más de 14 mil metros cuadrados busca promover innovaciones y soluciones tecnológicas en materia de defensa naval. Cabe destacar que Exponaval es parte del circuito internacional de ferias de defensa, dado que se desarrolla en forma bianual desde el año 1998.

    En la exhibición participarán más de 160 empresas expositoras, se espera la participación de las delegaciones de Armadas de la región con empresas provenientes de más de 35 países, llegando a cerca de 8 mil visitas profesionales. Aquí confluyen empresas de defensa con las delegaciones navales generándose más de 500 reuniones de negocios durante los 4 días de la feria.

    Congreso

    Para su nueva versión, Exponaval ya tiene delineadas sus principales temáticas del Congreso internacional que tiene como eje central la “Construcción naval y su contribución al desarrollo nacional”. El encuentro se llevará a cabo el miércoles 2 de diciembre, en el Salón plenario de la base aérea de Concón entre las 8:30 y las 17:30 Horas.

    El primer panel de la mañana se denomina Contribución de la construcción naval al desarrollo de un país y las temáticas a tratar serán: Impulso para nuevas tecnologías, aumento de la creación de trabajo, capacitación y desarrollo de capital humano y sustentabilidad.

    Mientras que en el panel 2 se presentará el “Plan Nacional Continuo de Construcción Naval en Chile” y el tercer panel se tratará de la Construcción Naval en ASMAR en la última década para la Armada de Chile.

    Por último, en el panel internacional que será moderado por Asmar se tratarán temáticas de desarrollo de la construcción naval militar actual.

    https://www.exponaval.cl/


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    Visión de India, respecto de la región y su presencia en Exponaval 2020:

    India to challenge China’s foray in South America; To explore defence export opportunities
    By: Huma Siddiqui | Updated: Jul 13, 2020 10:57 AM

    In a major policy shift, the government in its first term had notified a new strategy for export of defence products that not only encourages the sale of military equipment to foreign nations. The region has been plagued by narco-terrorism.

    In a challenge to China’s forays in South America, India is exploring the sale of various military platforms to the region. Venezuela is by far is the largest buyer of Chinese defence hardware others being Ecuador and Bolivia. China’s political, economic, commercial relations with Latin America have grown exponentially in the first two decades of the present century. And, “Coupled with this another development which has been less noticed outside the continent is the defence tie China has built up by offering crude oil and mineral linked soft credits including to purchase its defence equipment and platforms,” says a former Indian envoy to the region. Diplomatic sources in the Indian missions in the region have confirmed to the Financial Express Online “Post COVID-19, there are opportunities to export defence equipment in the South American Region. Several private players and DPSUs are showing interest in the region.

    The region has been plagued by narco-terrorism. The drug cartels have been very active in the region right from Mexico down to Peru. And this fight against transnational organized crime and drug trafficking has increased the region’s requirement for modern protection equipment for their security forces. “This makes it a potential market for military stores. Many of the countries and the police/ military forces of the region are engaged in the modernization of its forces which will give Indian companies the opportunity to exploit that market” explained a top diplomat.

    On the list of systems that are likely to be exported include artillery systems, protected vehicles, electronic warfare, naval combat management system, military communications C4I solutions, small arms, night vision devices, and other related military equipment.

    In a major policy shift, the government in its first term had notified a new strategy for export of defence products that not only encourages the sale of military equipment to foreign nations.

    India-Chile Defence Cooperation

    Later this year an Indian Naval Delegation is expected to travel to Chile to attend the EXPONAVAL 2020 from December 1-4 at a naval base in that country. An invitation has been extended by the Commander of the Chilean Navy to Indian Navy Chief Admiral Karambir Singh and also for one of the Indian warships to attend an event at Valpariaso during their expo,” sources have confirmed to Financial Express Online. Also, an invitation has been extended to M/s BrahMos to participate in the event.

    As per the laws for supply any industrial or defence equipment in Chile, companies all over the world are required to register themselves with the Chilean Armed Forces and the Joint Staff.

    So far several Indian Companies with the help of the Indian Mission in Santiago have registered themselves with Chilean Armed Forces. Some Indian companies including M/s Brahmos; M/s Azista Industries;M/s Reliance Naval Engineering; M/s Goa Shipyard Ltd., are now registered. And registration of some companies including — New Space India Limited; Neo Power; Hindustan Aeronautics Limited; Ordnance Factory Board; and BEML is under process.

    In March this year, the Chilean Navy has acquired an Anchor Handling Towing Supply and Standby Vessel (AHTSSV) ocean support vessel from Indian shipyard Larsen & Toubro Shipbuilding for a value of $ 11.5 million. This unit was part of an order for four supply vessels (PSVs) and two vessels specializing in towing and handling and anchoring of offshore platforms (AHTSSV) made in 2013 by Halul Offshore Services Co. WLL (HOSC) from Qatar to L&T Shipbuilding. “The delivery of the AHTSSV, with around $ 20 million each, was cancelled by HOSC in 2016 due to the fall in demand for services from the oil industry. The acquisition of the ship, which has been carried out through the Foreign Military Sales (FMS) modality of the United States Department of Defense, will be managed by the Naval Sea Systems Command (Navsea) and the pre-delivery work is scheduled to be completed in Chennai, soon,” an informed source told Financial Express Online.

    The Chilean Navy is undergoing modernisation. And India could offer Indian shipyards and industry for major ‘Make in India’ initiatives. Also, there could be a possibility of co-operation in the field of `Scorpene’ Submarines. “The Chilean Navy has been operating this class of Submarine since 2005 and has developed considerable operational and maintenance expertise. And from India’s point of view, there could be cooperation in training, procedures, documentation, syllabi, maintenance and repair aspects including inventory management without the influence of the OEM”, explained a source.

    What can India do in the region?

    Delegations from the armed forces can visit these countries. And the Indian government can offer specialized training for officers in Basic and Advanced Mountain Warfare Courses. There could be cross deputation of instructors at respective training establishments. Cross deputation of instructors at respective training establishments; Cross deputation of observers during multinational exercises.

    The focus markets will be Brazil, Argentina, Chile, Ecuador, Colombia, Bolivia, Mexico, El Salvador, Guatemala, Peru, Honduras and other countries in the region which are looking for body armour, plates, aircraft protection, naval protection, for homeland security—bulletproof jackets, helmets, night vision devices, general munitions etc.

    MSME MKU Company based in the UP Defence Industrial Corridor has been perhaps the only one from India working in the region for a number of years now. And have been regularly supplying body armour for security forces of several of the Latin American countries.

    Shipbuilding prospects with the South American Shipyards

    Three nations in the region have three best shipyards that currently exist in the South American region: COTECMAR-Colombia; SIMA-Perú; and ASMAR-Chile. Though they already have full order books, Indian companies could look at joint ventures in shipbuilding.

    The attraction for BrahMos Missiles

    Besides Chile, countries like Brazil too had discussions with the BrahMos officials about the possibility of buying the missiles from India.

    Views of a former envoy to the region

    Ravi Bangar, Former Ambassador of India to Colombia & Ecuador, tells Financial Express Online, “Venezuela once a strong US ally in Latin America has faced sanctions since the times of Chavez. These have been further tightened during the Trump regime seeking nothing short of a regime change in this oil-rich nation. The sanctions regime has also prohibited the commercial sale and resupplies of arms to Venezuela since 2006. This degraded the Venezuelan forces’ preparedness to defend against possible US attacks, maintain law and order and combat organised crime. It alarmed and prompted Venezuela to look elsewhere for its defence requirements. The gap was promptly bridged by Russia and China.”

    The recent tensions in the US-China relations underscored by trade wars, developments in the South China Sea, China’s aggressive posture in the Indo-Pacific and other issues provide an opportunity for emerging countries like India to deepen and expand ties with Latin America including in the defence field.

    According to Mr Bangar, “India should be in the pole position as it has hardware and experience of working in tough conditions with equipment and platforms of its own and diverse origin-Russian, US, French, UK etc. Further, Make in India drive in this sector while fulfilling domestic needs will also create surpluses for export. While India did supply some stores to a few Latin American countries, a lot more can be done. All this will require political support, a clear and credible policy, administrative innovation and determination, soft power leverage, right sales pitch, strong after-sales and handholding in case of any turbulence.”

    https://www.financialexpress.com/def...ities/2021265/

    Saludos
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    Qué ser más detestable y abyecto!!!



    Sigue la tradición de los parlamentarios de izquierda, se creen intocables.
    Recordar varios otros episodios, por ejemplo cuando el mafioso guido girardi llamó a la igualmente mafiosa y siniestra javiera blanco (amiga muy íntima de la innombrable que posa su adiposo trasero en la ONU) para que sancionara a los carabineros que lo infraccionaron por conducir a exceso de velocidad en la ruta 68.....
    Lo más triste patético es que haya seres que votan por esa lacras.
    Y qué paciencia, mesura y educación por parte de los integrantes de la Armada.....Yo es su lugar no me aguanto las ganas.....Ya saben de qué.
    Pero bueno, espero que ASAP este remedo de ser humano obtenga lo que largamente merece.
    Políticamente incorrecto para algunos.

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    Lo triste es que Gutiérrez no es la única lacra, hay otras como Kast y lo penoso es que también haya gente que los vota.

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    Vean que conclusión saca el boludo al final del video después de que sus compañeros le explican con peras y manzanas la situación del covid-19 en Argentina. Está muriendo gente de covid-19 en sus casas que no está siendo contabilizada como fallecidas por covid-19, por lo tanto la tasa de mortalidad de la que presumen (4.500) es más falsa que judas.

    Pero aún así, Chile lo hizo todo mal, tiene más fallecidos y contagiados, de momento, y tiene su economía en la ruina (aquí confunde sus deseos con la cruda realidad).

    Un saludo.

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    Contraloria general de la republica detectó irregularidades(sobreprecio) en gastos de viáticos en personal de de la Armada de Chile.Y ordena devolver a la Armada 1.7 millones de dólares o $1.400.000 millones de pesos al estado.

    El problema está es que no hay acusados ni querellados por malversación de fondos públicos. ..


    Lo mismo pasó en la Fach con los viáticos tiempo atrás.
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    Panorama regional de "amenaza regional " de Chile :

    La marina peruana sigue con sus viejas fragatas en bajo número de alistamiento. Y con su fuerza de submarino igual. ...No hay planes serios de renovación.

    Por parte de argentina, la armada Argentina se le viene encima la obsolescencia en bloque de sus fragatas (o destructores ) Meko 360 que en el 2022 cumplen su ciclo de vida de servicio activo.
    Y sólo hay un plan para hacer una recuperación de media vida ( MLU)sólo para sus corbetas Meko 140 y solo serán dos.

    Y con crisis Covid,será peor.....


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