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    Reportaje del año pasado al Comandante del Grupo 3, Iquique, casa de los F-16 Block50M+.

    Humberto Fernández: “El F-16 nos permite, como país, tener capacidades de última generación, que esperamos proyectar por años”
    Autor: Sergio Rodríguez


    El oficial fue el séptimo chileno en volar este avión de combate, el más moderno de la Fach y su principal arma aérea.


    Zona de 9G, advierte un cartel polvoriento, en un recodo de la Base Los Cóndores, de la Fuerza Aérea de Chile, ubicada en Iquique, Región de Tarapacá. “Es la fuerza que ejerce el avión, hasta de nueve veces el peso de tu cuerpo en diferentes maniobras”, cuenta el comandante del Grupo de Aviación N° 3, Humberto Fernández (43).

    La base es la primera línea de defensa aérea en el norte del país. Y aquella unidad bajo su mando está integrada por F-16 Block 50, los aviones de combate más modernos de la Fach. “Es una gran responsabilidad, un avión de última generación, muy demandante, pero los años de carrera te dan esa preparación”, subraya el oficial.

    Nacido en Santiago, Fernández estudió en el Colegio Don Bosco, de Gran Avenida, muy cerca de la Base El Bosque. “Por eso vi aviones desde pequeño y me llamó la atención”, recuerda. Ingresó a la institución en enero de 1991. En 1992 ya volaba solo, a bordo de un Pillán. Actualmente, lleva 25 años en la Fach y es el séptimo chileno que ha tomado los controles de un F-16.

    “Tenemos una preparación muy estricta, que incluye entrenamiento físico a lo menos tres veces a la semana. Mucha pesa y ejercicios. Todos también hemos pasado por una cámara centrífuga, en EE.UU. y Holanda, para simular las fuerzas de gravedad. Y se practican técnicas como contraer los músculos en ciertas zonas del cuerpo, para soportar la alta demanda del avión en misiones tipo dogfight (pelea de perros), en las cuales dos naves se enfrentan para derribar al adversario, obviamente de forma electrónica; en un combate real sería usando cañones o misiles. Además, tenemos un traje que reduce en 2G la fuerza de gravedad”, explica Phantom, que es su nombre clave para vuelo.

    Usted, ¿cuánto mide y pesa?

    1,78 metros y 78 kilos.

    ¿Sólo el F-16 llega a 9G?

    Es el único avión de combate chileno. Los aviones de la Escuadrilla Halcones también soportan 9G.

    ¿Cuál es su alimentación?

    La normal de cualquier persona. Sin embargo, ante vuelos de gran altura evitamos alimentación flatulenta, como ciertas frutas o bebidas. Un avión comercial normalmente va a 33 mil o 38 mil pies. Los F-16 llegan a 45 mil. Allí, la presión del aire hace sentir que uno está más hinchado, y con cosas flatulentas hasta podría haber dolor abdominal.

    ¿Alcohol…?

    Por norma no podemos beber nada de alcohol 12 horas antes de un vuelo, pero nosotros extendemos eso a 24 horas antes.

    ¿Cuál es el viaje más largo que ha hecho en un F-16?

    Seis horas de vuelo continuo, cuando los trajimos desde Holanda. Hicimos un viaje de tres días, con trayectos de cinco y seis horas. Allí evitaba un poco más los líquidos, pero para los vuelos con más fuerza G sí es importante estar bien hidratado. Igual hay bolsas especiales para usar en vuelo, por emergencias fisiológicas.

    ¿Cuánto se demora un F-16 desde Puerto Montt a Iquique?

    Depende del tipo de vuelo, potencia y otros factores, pero deberían ser cerca de dos horas y media.

    ¿Cuántos pilotos salieron de su curso?

    En 1991 ingresamos 100 postulantes. Después de tres años egresamos 24. De esos 24, sólo ocho pudimos ser pilotos de combate. Hay una mezcla entre habilidades y el deseo personal de cada uno. Deben estar las dos áreas.

    ¿Cuál es el tiempo de permanencia de un F-16 en vuelo?

    Está determinado por los medios de ayuda. Estos F-16, por ejemplo, viajaron hace años a un ejercicio en Texas, EE.UU., y reabastecidos en vuelo, con un avión tanquero, volaron 10 horas continuas.

    ¿Ha tenido momentos de crisis en la nave?

    Volar un avión F-16 siempre tiene riesgos, pero los minimizamos al máximo con entrenamientos, procedimientos y medidas de seguridad. Dentro del avión no sentimos miedo, nos concentramos al máximo y todas las preocupaciones o cosas externas uno las deja en tierra. Hay misiones muy complejas, que exigen alta preparación y concentración en cada maniobra. Volar nocturno, por ejemplo. Cualquier error podría significar un cruzamiento peligroso entre aviones o una colisión.

    ¿Qué siente en un F-16?

    Después de tantos años, subo a un F-16 y sigo sintiendo que es de una capacidad increíble, en el despegue, con su potencia, el motor te deja pegado al asiento. Esa sensación de vuelo de combate no se obtiene en ninguna otra parte que no sea la Fach. Este avión nos permite hoy día, como país, tener capacidades de última generación, que esperamos se proyecten muchos años más.

    ¿La identidad de los pilotos F-16 es un secreto militar?

    Somos iguales que cualquier chileno, pero en lo laboral sí mantenemos ciertos resguardos, para minimizar cualquier incidente con algún grupo interno o externo.

    ¿Tiene hobbies?

    Hago muchas actividades al aire libre, como la pesca y el tiro. Acá, en la unidad, hay campeonatos. Yo, de hecho, soy el campeón. Fui seleccionado de la Fach.

    ¿Un piloto de F-16 tiene restricciones médicas?

    Todas las unidades tienen médicos especializados en medicina aeroespacial. Cuando se aprende a volar no se permite que un postulante use lentes. Si le son recetados a un piloto ya formado, puede y debe utilizarlos.

    ¿Alguna lesión típica de F-16?

    La espalda es de cuidado. La fuerza de gravedad normalmente recarga la columna. De allí la importancia del entrenamiento físico.

    ¿Qué cuidados especiales deben tener con el avión?

    Uno muy clásico. El F-16, por la posición de la toma de aire para el motor, que es en la parte baja de la nariz, absorbe igual que una aspiradora. Por eso, la pista debe estar libre de todo elemento extraño. Allí no llevamos medallitas, lápices ni nada que se pueda caer. Nos sacamos hasta las piedras de las botas. También es importante el control de los pájaros, especialmente los jotes en esta zona, que se cruzan por la pista. Se llama peligro aviar. Son pájaros de dos kilos y pueden entrar en un motor.
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    No me había percatado desde el blog de StrikeNahuel:






    Fuente de fotos acá:http://www.fach.cl/noticias/2017/ago...04_grupo3.html

    Los perversos F-16C/D Block 50, están cambiando de cammo similar al disfraz OTAN de las Cafeteras AM/BM MLU...

    Jo Jo Jo Jo..



    Saludos.

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    Nuevo contrato relacionado con los F-16 FACh y otros usuarios.

    Duda por alusiòn al estandar F-16V Viper por parte de autor de la nota.

    Habrà que esperar a que se publique el contrato para ver de que se tratan estos servicios tècnicos y de ingenierìa.

    Lockheed Martin Wins $47.8M Deal from US Air Force for F-16
    August 29, 2017, 10:16:00 AM EDT By Zacks Equity Research, Zacks.com


    Lockheed Martin Corporation LMT announced that its aeronautics business segment has secured a $47.8 million contract from the U.S. Air Force.

    Per the terms of the contract, the company is required to provide engineering and technical services for F-16 aircraft. Work related to the deal will be carried out at the Hill Air Force Base, UT; Toledo, OH; Tucson, AZ and McEntire Joint National Guard Base, SC along with 12 other international locations such as Bahrain, Pakistan, Chile, Jordan, Turkey, Morocco, Taiwan, Oman, Egypt, Iraq, Thailand and Indonesia. Operations are expected to be completed by June 2020.

    The F-16V, which is the latest F-16 configuration, comes with numerous enhancement designs to make the F-16 aircraft one of the top choices for the international security forces. The latest version is equipped with Active Electronically Scanned Array (AESA) radar, a modern commercial off-the-shelf (COTS)-based avionics subsystem, a large format, high-resolution display and a high volume and speed data bus.


    Importance of Foreign Military Sales

    Foreign Military Sales (FMS) is a program with which the U.S. government assists defense companies in selling related articles and services to other governments or international customers. The U.S. Department of Defense thus works as an intermediary between manufacturers and foreign customers.

    FMS helps in extending military ties between the United States and other military governments and helps U.S. allies to contribute efficiently in joint missions. The FMS contracts support the top line of the U.S. defense companies when there is a drop in domestic orders.

    Foreign Military Sales Aids Lockheed

    In March 2017, President Donald Trump's administration said that it will go forward with the sale of 19 Lockheed Martin F-16 jets to Bahrain worth $5 billion. This deal was earlier stalled by the Obama Administration owing to the human rights concerns. This gave a huge boost to this product line for the company. (Read More: Trump Admin to Pursue Lockheed's F-16 Jet Sale to Bahrain )

    Additionally, the company has been witnessing strong demand for its equipment, ranging from C-130J aircraft in France and Germany, helicopters in Poland and missile defense systems in the Asia-Pacific, Europe and Middle East regions.

    Moreover, in the month of May, Trump signed an arms deal worth $110 billion with Saudi Arabia. Notably, Lockheed Martin seemed to have garnered the majority of this huge pact, with Saudi Arabia set to procure its integrated air and missile defense, combat ship, tactical aircraft and rotary wing technologies and programs for $28 billion.

    Other than the foreign military sales, the proposed hike in the 2018 defense budget is also expected to boost the performance of defense behemoths like Lockheed Martin, General Dynamics GD , The Boeing Company BA , Northrop Grumman Corporation NOC among others.

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    Default Jane`s contratos F-16 Bahrein y su aplicación/comparación a un eventual caso FACh

    Dos nuevos contratos: 1 por F-16V nuevos y 1 por kits de retrofits

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    Bahrain F-16V procurement and upgrade approved

    Gareth Jennings - IHS Jane's Defence Weekly
    11 September 2017


    Bahrain is to field 42 of the latest-variant F-16V under the terms of two notifications issued by the US DSCA on 8 September. Source: Lockheed Martin

    Bahrain has been approved to procure 22 new Lockheed Martin F-16 Fighting Falcons and to upgrade its existing fleet of 20 aircraft, in two separate deals valued at a combined USD3.86 billion.

    The approvals, announced by the US Defense Security Cooperation Agency (DSCA) on 8 September, comprise USD2.78 billion for the procurement of 22 new F-16V-standard fighters, and USD1.08 billion for the upgrade of 20 F-6C/D Block 40 aircraft to the same F-16V configuration.

    In terms of the procurement of new F-16Vs, the proposed deal includes ancillary equipment, training, and support. The contract to modernise the existing aircraft includes a simulator, ancillary equipment, training, support, targeting pods, and limited quantities of air-to-air and air-to-surface weapons.

    Also referred to as the F-16 Block 70/72, the F-16V features the Northrop Grumman AN/APG-83 active electronically scanned array (AESA) radar (derived from the F-16E/F Block 60 AN/APG-80 and also known as the Scalable Agile Beam Radar [SABR]), a new Raytheon mission computer, the Link 16 datalink, modern cockpit displays, an enhanced electronic warfare system, and a ground-collision avoidance system.

    The former Obama administration delayed approval of the sale of new-build F-16Vs to the Royal Bahraini Air Force (RBAF) and the upgrade of the service's existing Block 40 fleet due to political concerns; however, in late March 2017 the Trump administration notified Congress that the sales could proceed. No reason has been disclosed as to the delay between the administration's notification and the DSCA's recent announcement.

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    Comentario: Bahrein quedarìa con una flota parecida en tamaño a la de la FACh, pero compuesta por 22 F-16V de nueva fabricaciòn y 20 F-16 Block 40 a upgradear a V, en un total de 42 unidades. El caso ademàs aplica por ser una compra para un cliente que ya opera la lìnea.

    Entonces, Para Bahrein

    • F-16V nuevos el precio unitario estarìa quedando en USD 126 millones

      F-16V de retrofit desde F-16 Block 40, estarìan quedando en precio unitario en USD 54 millones


    Veamos el descreme de ambas òrdenes:

    DSCA - NEWS RELEASE

    Media/Public Contact:
    pm-cpa@state.gov
    Transmittal No:
    16-60

    WASHINGTON, Sep. 8, 2017 - The State Department has made a determination approving a possible Foreign Military Sale to the Government of Bahrain for F-16V aircraft with support. The estimated cost is $2.785 billion. The Defense Security Cooperation Agency delivered the required certification notifying Congress of this possible sale today.

    The Government of Bahrain has requested a possible sale of nineteen (19) F-16V Aircraft; nineteen (19) M61 Vulcan 20mm Gun Systems; twenty-two (22) F-16V F-110-GE-129 Engines (includes 3 spares); twenty-two (22) APG-83 Active Electronically Scanned Array Radars (includes 3 spares); twenty-two (22) Modular Mission Computers (includes 3 spares); twenty-two (22) Embedded Global Navigation Systems/LN260 EGI (includes 3 spares); twenty-two (22) Improved Programmable Display Generators (iPDG) (includes 3 spares); and thirty-eight (38 ) LAU-129 Launchers. This sale also includes nineteen (19) AN/ALQ-211 AIDEWS Systems, thirty-eight (38 ) LAU-118A Launchers, forty-two (42) AN/ARC-238 SINCGARS Radio or equivalent, twenty-two (22) AN/APX-126 Advanced Identification Friend or Foe (AIFF) system or equivalent, twenty-two (22) cryptographic appliques, secure communication equipment, spares and repair parts, personnel training and training equipment, simulators, publications and technical documentation, U.S. Government and contractor technical support services, containers, missile support and test equipment, original equipment manufacturer integration and test, U.S. Government and contractor technical support and training services, site survey, design, construction studies/analysis/services, associated operations/maintenance/ training/support facilities, cybersecurity, critical computer resources support, force protection and other related elements of logistics and program support. The total estimated program cost is $2.785 billion.

    This proposed sale will contribute to the foreign policy and national security of the United States by helping to improve the security of a major Non-NATO ally, which has been and continues to be an important security partner in the region. Our mutual defense interests anchor our relationship and the Royal Bahraini Air Force (RBAF) plays a significant role in Bahrain's defense.

    The proposed sale improves Bahrain's capability to meet current and future threats. Bahrain will use the capability as a deterrent to regional threats and to strengthen its homeland defense. This purchase of F-16Vs will improve interoperability with United States and other regional allies. Bahrain employs 20 older F-16 Block 40s and will have no difficulty absorbing these aircraft into its armed forces.

    The proposed sale of these aircraft will not alter the basic military balance in the region.

    The prime contractor will be Lockheed Martin. There are no know offset agreements proposed in connection with this potential sale.

    Implementation of this proposed sale will require the assignment of at least ten (10) additional U.S. Government representatives and approximately seventy-five (75) contractor representatives to Bahrain.

    There will be no adverse impact on U.S. defense readiness as a result of this proposed sale.

    This notice of a potential sale is required by law and does not mean the sale has been concluded.

    All questions regarding this proposed Foreign Military Sale should be directed to the State Department's Bureau of Political Military Affairs, Office of Congressional and Public Affairs, pm-cpa@state.gov.
    http://www.dsca.mil/major-arms-sales...rcraft-support

    En el contrato de F-16V nuevos se precisa que son 19 y no 22 como dice Jane`s, sin embargo, este valor incluye todo, soporte, asesoramiento tècnico, entrenamiento, simuladores, recursos computacionales, logìstica y hasta "force protection" ¿seguridad para las instalaciones?.

    Con todo esto, y considerando sólo 19 aviones para comprar -aunque no veo a la FACh pidiendo todo eso para por ejemplo reemplazar al F-5- da USD 144,4 millones la unidad, sumamente alto.

    Ahora al caso de los upgrade de retorfit -que si veo se acerca más al caso de la FACh-

    DSCA - NEWS RELEASE

    Media/Public Contact:
    pm-cpa@state.gov
    Transmittal No:
    16-59

    WASHINGTON, Sep. 8, 2017 - The State Department has made a determination approving a possible Foreign Military Sale to the Government of Bahrain for upgrade of F-16 Block 40 aircraft to F-16V configuration. The estimated cost is $1.082 billion. The Defense Security Cooperation Agency delivered the required certification notifying Congress of this possible sale today.

    The Government of Bahrain requested to upgrade its existing twenty (20) F-16 Block 40 aircraft to the F-16V configuration. The requested sale comprises of twenty-three (23) F-110-GE-129 engines (includes 3 spares); twenty-three (23) APG-83 Active Electronically Scanned Array Radars (includes 3 spares); twenty-three (23) Modular Mission Computers (includes 3 spares); twenty-three (23) Embedded Global Navigation Systems/LN260 EGI (includes 3 spares); twenty-three (23) Improved Programmable Display Generators (iPDGs) (includes 3 spares); forty (40) LAU-129 launchers; twenty-five (25) AN/AAQ-33 SNIPER Pods; two (2) AIM-9X Sidewinder Missiles; two (2) AGM-88 High-speed Anti-Radiation Missiles (HARM); two (2) WGU-43 Guidance Control Unit (GBU) Guidance Control Unit (GCU) (for GBU-24 Paveway III); two (2) BSU-84 Air Foil Group (AFG) (for GBU-24 Paveway III); five (5) KMU-572 Joint Direct Attack Munition (JDAM) Tailkits (for GBU-38 JDAM and GBU-54 Laser JDAM); two (2) GBU-39 Small Diameter Bombs (SDB) Guided Test Vehicles (GTV); two (2) AGM-84 Harpoon Exercise Missiles; three (3) MAU-210 ECCG (for GBU-50 Enhanced Paveway II); three (3) BLU-109 Inert Bomb Bodies; four (4) MK-82/BLU-111 Inert Bomb Bodies; and two (2) GMU-152 or FMU-139 Fuzes.

    This sale also includes one (1) Joint Mission Planning System, one (1) F-16V simulator, twenty (20) AN/ALQ-211 AIDEWS Systems, one (1) avionics level test station, six (6) DB-110 Advanced Reconnaissance Systems, two (2) LAU-118A Launchers, forty-five (45) AN/ARC-238 SINCGARS Radio or equivalent, twenty-three (23) Advanced Identification Friend or Foe (AIFF) systems or equivalent; twenty-three (23) cryptographic appliques; two (2) CATM-9L/M, two (2) AIM-120C-7 Advanced Medium Range Air-to-Air Missile (AMRAAM) Captive Air Training Missiles (CATM), three (3) MXU-651 AFG (for GBU-50 Enhanced Paveway II), four (4) DSU-38 Precision Laser Guidance sets (PLGS) (for GBU-54 Laser JDAM), four (4) AGM-154 Joint Stand-Off Weapon (JSOW) Captive Flight Vehicles (CFV), three (3) MK-84/BLU-117 Inert Bomb Bodies, two (2) FMU-152 D-1 Inert Fuzes, three (3) BRU-57 Bomb Racks, two (2) BRU-61 Bomb Racks for SDB, two (2) ADU-890 SDB adapter cable for CMBRE, two (2) ADU-891 AMRAAM/AIM-9X adapter cable for CMBRE, Telemetry for all flight test assets secure communication equipment, spares and repair parts, support equipment, personnel training and training equipment, publications and technical documentation, U.S. Government and contractor technical support services, containers, missile support and test equipment, integration test, site survey, design, construction studies/analyses/services, associate operations, maintenance, training, support facilities, cybersecurity, critical computer resources support, force protection, and other related elements of logistics and program support. The total estimated program cost is $1.082 billion
    .

    This proposed sale will contribute to the foreign policy and national security of the United States by helping to improve the security of a major Non-NATO ally which has been and continues to be an important security partner in the region. Our mutual defense interests anchor our relationship and the Royal Bahraini Air Force (RBAF) plays a significant role in Bahrain's defense.

    The proposed sale improves Bahrain's capability to meet current and future threats. Bahrain will use this capability as a deterrent to regional threats and to strengthen its homeland defense. The upgraded F-16Vs will provide an increase in the capability of existing aircraft to sustain operations, meet training requirements, and support transition training for pilots to the upgraded aircraft. This upgrade will improve interoperability with U.S. forces and other regional allies. Bahrain will have no difficulty absorbing this upgrade into its armed forces.

    The proposed sale will not affect the basic military balance in the region.

    The prime contractor will be Lockheed Martin. There are no known offset agreements proposed in connection with this potential sale.

    Implementation of this proposed sale will require the assignment of at least five (5) additional U.S. Government representatives to Bahrain.

    There will be no adverse impact on U.S. defense readiness as a result of this proposed sale.

    This notice of a potential sale is required by law and does not mean the sale has been concluded.

    All questions regarding this proposed Foreign Military Sale should be directed to the State Department's Bureau of Political Military Affairs, Office of Congressional and Public Affairs, pm-cpa@state.gov.
    http://www.dsca.mil/major-arms-sales...-configuration

    Bastante extraño el pedido que complementa sus kits V en todo caso, 25 Sniper, 2 Harpoon, 2 HARM, 2 JSOW inertes, 5 kits JDAM, 2 AIM-9X, 2 CATM-120, kits para Small Diameter Bombs... y un popurrì de otros en muy bajas cantidades, como si fueran de prueba o para entrenamiento. Otro aspecto que no vería por aquí sería el de pedir tantos motores, toda vez que los de aquí les queda vida útil.

    Y adicionalmente, tambien los pide con todo, simuladores, entrenamiento, logìstica y hasta force protection !

    Es bastante singular, en mi humilde opinión lo que pide este país.

    Sacando todo esto, me parece que un kit bàsico V para la FACh (42 kits de retofits, para 10 F-16 CJ/DJ y 32 F-16 AM/BM) seria de:

    -(45) APG-83 Active Electronically Scanned Array Radars (includes 3 spares);
    -(32) Modular Mission Computers (includes 3 spares) (los Block 50 ya tienen el MMC-7000)
    -(45) Embedded Global Navigation Systems/LN260 EGI (includes 3 spares);
    -(45) Improved Programmable Display Generators (iPDGs) (includes 3 spares)
    -(1) Joint Mission Planning System,
    -(1) F-16V simulator,
    -(32) AN/ALQ-211 AIDEWS Systems, (Sólo para los MLU, B50+ ya los tienen)
    -(1) avionics level test station,
    -(¿?) AN/ARC-238 SINCGARS Radio or equivalent,
    -(45) Advanced Identification Friend or Foe (AIFF) systems or equivalent;
    -(45) cryptographic appliques;

    + Telemetry for all flight test assets secure communication equipment, spares and repair parts, support equipment, personnel training and training equipment, publications and technical documentation, U.S. Government and contractor technical support services, containers, missile support and test equipment, integration test, site survey, design, construction studies/analyses/services, associate operations, maintenance, training, support facilities, cybersecurity, critical computer resources support, ¿force protection?, and other related elements of logistics and program support


    No veo que mas del kit de Bahrein sería aplicable en este caso, teorizado aún en líneas muy gruesas.

    Aun sacando todo lo accesorio como más motores o municiones variadas, no podría dar un precio de como quedaría un pack eventual para la FACh toda vez que DSCA no pormenoriza el costo unitario de cada agregado, pero si se puede decir que menos que los USD 54 millones each del caso de Bahrein.

    Alguna opinión sobre este ejercicio?

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