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    Naval forces: 53 000 people (including 1 000 marines, about 2 000 women). Operative commands: Western, East, Southern, Far East. Navy: 17 submarines (4 pr.209/1500, 10 pr.877EM, 3 pr.641), 1 light aircraft-carrier Germesyatsev. 8 destroyers (3 Delhi, 5 pr.61 ME), 2 frigates with guided missiles Brahmapugra, 8 frigates (5 Linder, 3 pr.159A), 24 corvettes (1 pr.1234E, 3 of pr.25A, 4 Hukri, 4 of pr.1241.2, 12 pr.1241RE), 2 missile boats pr.205, 6 patrol ships Sukania, 12 patrol boats, 10 storm-boats (2 tank landing ships Magar, 8 pr.773), 50 storm-boats, 17 minesweepers (12 pr.266M, 5 pr.125, 1 oceanographic vessels, 12 hydrographic vessels, 2 training ships (including Linder), 2 training sailing vessels, 36 support vessels (including 3 tankers), 2 towboats.

    Naval aircraft: 5 000 people. Squadrons: planes - 8 (2 fighter assault squadrons, 2 patrol air squadrons, 1 reconnaissance air squadron, 1 transport air squadron, 2 training air squadrons); helicopters - 9 (6 anti-submarine helicopter squadrons, 1 SAR squadron, 2 training squadrons). Planes - 105 (21 Sea Harrier FRS.51, 24 MiG-29K, 10 Tu-142, 27 Do-228, 5 Il-38, 18 Defender), helicopters - 81 (24 Sea King Mk42/VB/C, 17 Ka-28, 23 SA-319B, 17 Ka-25).

    Coastguard: about 5 000 people, 12 patrol ships (3 Samar, 9 Vikram), 21 patrol boats, 16 boats. Planes - 17 Do-228, helicopters - 15 Chitak.


    • #3
      ¿Scorpene o U-214?

      Los billones del contrato por 6 submarinos para la India están más peleados que nunca. Por lo que puede verse en la prensa, pareciera que los favoritos para llevarse el contrato son los Scorpene francoespañoles, pero Alemania no tira la toalla y trata de mejorar su oferta, al ver que les está pasando algo parecido a lo que les ocurrió en el concurso chileno....

      Germany offers India non-nuke subs
      By Madhuprasad DH News Service, Bangalore:

      Germany has offered one of the most advanced types of non-nuclear submarines to India. The Howaldtswerke-Deutsche Werft AG (HDW) 214-class submarines that the Germans have offered are powered with an atmospheric air-independent propulsion (AIP) system based on the hydrogen fuel cell, which combines hydrogen and oxygen to produce electricity.

      This means that the vessel can cruise while remaining submerged for weeks at a time. Conventional diesel-electric submarines, in comparison, exhaust their batteries after about two days of submerged cruising.

      The fuel cell does not generate noise or exhaust heat either, making it virtually impossible to detect the submarine. The offer of the German HDW submarines comes even as the $ 2-billion (approximately Rs 8,000 cr) contract for the Scorpene diesel submarines (made by French firm DCN) is still awaiting the final nod from India.

      A highly placed source in the Ministry of Defence (MoD) said that the first few Scorpenes of the six that DCN proposes to supply to India do not incorporate this AIP feature. The source added that HDW made its offer recently after it was given a clean chit in some of the cases pending against it in India. The Indian Navy already has Type 209 submarines of HDW design since the early eighties.

      Mazagon Docks (MDL), Mumbai, has the facilities and the skills to repair, refit and maintain these craft, known to the Indian Navy as the Shishumar class. According to HDW experts, Mazagon Docks would require barely six months to gear up to start manufacturing the new Type 214 vessels and can independently maintain and refit the earlier Type 209 Shishumar class HDW submarines, two of which were built at MDL itself.
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      Como la plata en juego no es poca y a los rusos no le gustaría perder tampoco, hecen presión como pueden:

      Indo-Russian submarine deal hits snags

      MOSCOW: The Indo-Russian collaboration on submarine deal has run into snags and Moscow has, in principle, refused to hand over Akula-class nuclear submarines to India.

      According to sources, a delegation-level meeting was held here in mid-February and Russia gave notice of not leasing out two Akula-class nuclear submarines if India purchased Western products like the French Scorpene or the German HDW. The issue is unresolved yet.

      The Indian delegation said western purchases were need-based, while the relationship with Russia was special, and cited the famous joint development and production of the Brahmos. During the talks, Russia offered to collaborate on 14 systems similar to Brahmos.

      Russia is also opposed to Indian purchase of submarine rescue vehicles from Britain, and its delegation expressed unhappiness because India was making rapid defence purchases. An official said: "The bottom line is that Russia does not want competition in arms sales to India."

      Se viene interesante el asunto.

      Da gusto ver como se pelean todos el mercado de armamento indú. Al nivel que EE.UU. ofreció un F-16 Block 70 especialmente hecho "a medida" para la India.

      Esperemos a ver como evoluciona el asunto, por que se ve interesante.



      • #4
        P-3 para India...

        India Leases Two P-3Cs for $133M

        Posted 16-Nov-2005 09:00

        The Defense Security Cooperation Agency (DSCA) has notified Congress that the Government of India wishes to lease 2 P-3C Orion maritime patrol aircraft, plus training devices, support and test equipment, and other related training, support, and maintenance-related items and services. The two leased P-3 aircraft will replace two even older Soviet built IL-38 May aircraft, which are quickly reaching the end of their airframe fatigue life. There are no known offset agreements proposed in connection with this potential sale.

        India's rival Pakistan also operates the P-3 Orion, but this will be the first time India has done so. It's also an indicator of India's warming relations with the USA and increased military cooperation. The estimated contract value is $133 million, which will include the two aircraft and also the training and integration costs that accompany a new platform. The principal contractors will be:

        Lockheed Martin in Eagan, MN
        Lockheed Martin Aircraft Center in Greenville, SC
        Logistics Support International, Inc. in Jacksonville, FL

        Implementation of this proposed sale will require technical assistance prior to the delivery of the first aircraft and continued involvement by U.S. and contractor representatives to India for three years. Several U.S. Government and contractor representatives will travel to India for two-week intervals twice annually to participate in training, program management and technical reviews.

        As DID has noted in earlier reports, the P-3 Orions have age issues of their own; nevertheless, they can serve in a stopgap capacity until other options become available. The USA's P-3Cs are also receiving substantial upgrades, as noted in DID's ongoing coverage of the P-3 platform; there was no word on which upgrades, if any, the Indian planes would be receiving.

        The long-endurance Heron UAVs that India recently bought from Israel can also be configured for maritime surveillance if the need arises.

        Over the longer term, India has expressed interest in the 737-based P-8A Multimission Maritime Aircraft, which is due to enter service around 2012-2014. The P-8A MMA is also envisaged as having a long-range UAV supplement; in India's case, this could be the Heron or it could be a different UAV platform.
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        Navy eyes tech link on US aviation project

        SHIV AROOR

        Posted online: Thursday, December 08, 2005 at 0201 hours IST

        NEW DELHI, DECEMBER 7: For all the talk about the IAF looking to purchase 126 fighters which Washington is keen to sell, it is the Indian Navy that is on track for an agreement that would for the first time make New Delhi a scientific and financial partner in a futuristic American aviation project.

        First reported by The Indian Express six months ago, the Navy is interested in the Boeing-led project, which is building the P-8A Maritime Multimission Aircraft (MMA), a long range, anti-vessel capable jet that will be ready by 2013. India also wants to be a technology partner who will contribute qualitatively to how the MMA shapes up over the next seven years, so that when the aircraft rolls out in 2013, it can be readily inducted into the Navy.

        Boeing’s Vice-President Chris Chadwick, who was recently here for discussions with the IAF on the F/A-18 Super Hornet, also held a short-notice meeting on November 30 with Navy chief Admiral Arun Prakash where the latter was given a first-level of detail presentation on the MMA project.

        Speaking to The Indian Express after the meeting, Chadwick said, ‘‘There is deep interest in the Navy on the MMA programme. Boeing is already in discussion with the US Department of Defense on the subject, and our impression is that they are leaning towards a positive reply.’’ The Navy, which has dearth of long-range airborne maritime surveillance capabilities, is currently making do with an ageing fleet of Russian Tupolev-142s and German Dornier-228s.

        Incidentally, the MMA, when ready will progressively replace the US Navy’s large fleet of P-3 Orions. This is principally why the Indian Navy sees sense in using the P-3 and then moving on to the P-8A in the next decade, though the Orion’s cost factor continues to be a consideration. And to jack up its options the Navy will shortly float a global tender for maritime surveillance aircraft.

        Russia offers strategic bombers to India

        Russia has offered to sell several long-range Tupolev TU-22M3 Bombers to India, Russian vice premier and Defence Minister Sergei Ivanov said today. He said the offer was made to Prime Minister Manmohan Singh during talks in Moscow yesterday but India has not yet responded. The leasing of up to three long-range TU-22M3(Backfire-C) bombers was part of the aircraft carrier Admiral Gorshkov package. The bomber capable of carrying 3 kh-22 cruise missiles is the main bomber of the Russian Air force and navy. —PTI



        • #5
          La Cámara de Representantes de EE UU aprueba un acuerdo de cooperación nuclear con India
          El convenio exige que Nueva Delhi abra sus instalaciones nucleares a las inspecciones internacionales
          EFE - Washington

          La Cámara de Representantes de EE UU ha aprobado hoy un acuerdo de cooperación nuclear civil con India por 359 votos a favor y 68 en contra, han informado fuentes oficiales. En virtud del acuerdo, India podrá comprar reactores nucleares y combustible nuclear a EE UU. Sin embargo, exige que ese país abra sus instalaciones nucleares a las inspecciones internacionales y coopere con EE UU y otros países en la contención de las exportaciones de productos atómicos.

          El acuerdo debe ser votado en el Senado en septiembre próximo. Ambas ramas del Congreso deberán volver a votar sobre el acuerdo cuando hayan concluido las negociaciones entre Estados Unidos e India sobre los detalles técnicos, han dicho fuentes legislativas.

          La aprobación se concretó después de que los legisladores rechazaran enmiendas que habrían limitado el programa de armas nucleares de India y que, según sus promotores, hubiesen neutralizado la posibilidad de una proliferación de ese tipo de armas. Los representantes también rechazaron un intento por demorar la aprobación hasta que Nueva Delhi aumente su contribución a los esfuerzos estadounidenses por contener las intenciones iraníes de desarrollo nuclear.
          Si no le parezco lo suficientemente claro, seguramente no entendió bien lo que dije