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http://www.airbus.com/newsroom/press-re ... ystem.htmlThe qualification of HForce for use on the H145M is planned for 2018.
“The next steps prior to qualification include a firing campaign, testing the whole fire mission spectrum through guns, cannons and rockets in Hungary as well as tests on the laser-guided rockets in Sweden before the end of the year,” said Jean-Luc André, HForce Program Manager at Airbus Helicopters. “As the launch customer for the H145M with the HForce weapon system, the Republic of Serbia has ordered nine H145M aircraft, including four attack helicopters equipped with HForce”, he added.
http://www.mod.gov.rs/eng/10470/ugovor- ... ters-10470Following the identified areas of cooperation in High Level Memorandum of Understanding signed between the Government of the Republic of Serbia and Airbus Group in October this year, Contract for procurement of nine H145M helicopters, associated services and industrial cooperation was signed between Airbus Helicopters and Ministry of Defence and Ministry of Interior of Republic of Serbia.
With this procurement, Serbian Air Force and Police are being equipped with latest generation helicopters to perform most demanding missions (transport, search & rescue, combat, medical evacuation, surveillance & security, etc.)
Scope of the signed contract includes:
- Procurement of nine H145M helicopters with associated logistic support (spare parts, tools and documentation),
- Transfer of technology for maintenance and repair of purchased helicopters,
- Equipping, training and Certification of Aeronautical Plant "Moma Stanojlovic" as centre for maintenance of Gazelle helicopters, as well as MOMA inclusion in Airbus Helicopters overhaul network
- Support to Serbian manufacturing plants and R&D institution in order to obtain relevant qualifications and certifications, combined with seeking of opportunities for engagement of Serbian industrial capabilities and procurement of its goods and services.
An agreement on this was signed on Wednesday in Belgrade. Its value and delivery has not been made public. It is only known that the Ministry of Defence of Serbia has bought 6 H145M for Vazduhoplovstva i protivvazdušnoj Odbrana (VPO, air force and air defense). 3 consecutive rotorcraft of this type have been acquired by the Interior Ministry, the helicopter unit subordinated to it, stationed at the international airport Nikola Tesla in Belgrade.Umowę w tej sprawie podpisano we środę w Belgradzie. Jej wartość i terminy dostaw nie zostały podane do publicznej wiadomości. Wiadomo tylko, że Ministerstwo Obrony Serbii zakupiło 6 H145M dla Vazduhoplovstva i protivvazdušnoj odbrany (VPO, wojsk lotniczych i obrony powietrznej). 3 kolejne wiropłaty tego typu nabyło Ministerstwo Spraw Wewnętrznych, dla podległej mu jednostki śmigłowców, stacjonującej w międzynarodowym porcie lotniczym im. Nikoli Tesli w Belgradzie.
Według niepotwierdzonych informacji 4 kolejne H145M mają przekazać Serbom Niemcy. Pozwoli to na zwiększenie floty VPO do 10 śmigłowców tego typu. Według planów Belgradu mają być one używane do zadań wojskowych i policyjnych (bojowych i zwalczania terroryzmu, obserwacji i dozoru granic, transportu osób i ładunków, poszukiwań i ratownictwa oraz ewakuacji medycznej).
President of the Republic of Serbia and Supreme Commander of the Serbian Armed Forces Aleksandar Vučić, accompanied by Defence Minister Aleksandar Vulin, has attended the test flight of two MiG-29 jets procured from the Russian Federation, at the Batajnica airbase, today.
We have seen the strong and mighty wings of Serbia for the first time – the first two we got from Russia that are introduced into service today, for the overhaul and upgrade of which we paid”.
- I also went to see the six additional MIG-29s, on which Russian and Serbian experts work together, so we will have eight MIG-29 planes that will fly for the first time in the military parade taking place at the beginning of November. We will keep them in hangars, but you will see eight Serbian pilots that will fly in Serbian MIG-29s in just two months – President Vučić emphasized.
I am grateful to Minister Vulin, General Diković, and to all of them, because when I took office as defence minister, we had one MIG-29 under overhaul, never more than one, and today we have three 29s in the resource. In only ten days we will have six of them, and in two months we will have nine. At least eight will fly at the beginning of November at the big parade we are organising.
http://www.mod.gov.rs/eng/12925/predsed ... ijom-12925Within 12 to 14 months, we paid and we will get seven helicopters of which four Mi-35s, which are among the world's best helicopters, fascinating machines doing an extraordinary job in defending the country. We are going to take another three Mi-17s, another two Mi-17s that we jointly showed last year are coming, as well as nine H-145s.
https://www.janes.com/article/83127/ser ... with-chinaSerbia has reportedly agreed to procure unmanned combat air vehicles (UCAVs) from China in a package that also includes technology transfers and localised production.
Serbian news agencies on 18 September quoted the country’s deputy defence minister, Nenad Miloradovic – who is visiting China with Serbian president Aleksandar Vucic – as saying that the acquisition features six UCAV systems, with five of them produced in Serbia.
Miloradovic said that China has agreed to transfer technologies to Serbian industry to facilitate local production and the integration of optical-electronic systems. The procurement also includes the supply of UCAV ground control systems.
The programme has not been officially confirmed by either government.
Der serbische Verteidigungsminister Aleksandar Vulin hat den Standort Donauwörth von Airbus Helicopters besucht, um die erste H145M für die serbische Luftwaffe zu übernehmen. Im Dezember werden zwei weitere H145M an das serbische Innenministerium geliefert. Insgesamt erhält Serbien neun H145M, die für die Luftwaffe und für das Innenministerium vorgesehen sind. Vier der Hubschrauber für die Luftwaffe werden mit dem HForce-Waffenmanagementsystem ausgestattet.
Der Vertrag zwischen Airbus Helicopters und Serbien sieht den Transfer von Technologie, Ersatzteilen, Tools und Unterlagen für die Wartung und Instandsetzung der Hubschrauber vor. Zudem wird Airbus Helicopters das Flugzeugwerk Moma Stanojlovic in Serbien als Zentrum für die Wartung von Gazelle-Hubschraubern zertifizieren und es in sein Wartungsnetz integrieren. Darüber hinaus wird Airbus serbische Produktionsstätten sowie Forschungs- und Entwicklungsinstitute dabei unterstützen, die für einen Lieferanten erforderlichen Qualifikationen und Zertifikate zu erhalten.
https://www.airbus.com/newsroom/press-r ... 45ms-.htmlDas serbische Flugzeug wird mit einem System zum schnellen Abseilen, einer HighPerformance-Kamera, einer Brandschutzausrüstung, einem Ballistikschutz sowie einem System für elektronische Gegenmaßnahmen ausgestattet, um die äußerst anspruchsvollen operativen Anforderungen zu erfüllen. Das von Airbus Helicopters entwickelte HForceSystem ermöglicht es Serbien, seine Hubschrauber mit umfangreichen ballistischen oder Luft-Boden- und Luft-Luft-Lenkwaffen auszustatten und zu betreiben.
https://www.janes.com/article/84796/ser ... h145m-heloOf the nine helicopters ordered for the Serbian air force and police, the first helicopter to be handed over is destined for the air force and was delivered in a search-and-rescue configuration, equipped with a FLIR Systems Star SAFIRE 380HDc electro-optic/infrared (EO/IR) sensor; Trakka Systems TrakkaBeam A800 searchlight; Goodrich rescue hoist; and a wire-strike protection system.
https://www.janes.com/article/85585/ser ... eb-upgradeSerbian Defence Minister Aleksandar Vulin told media on 29 December that work has resumed on the upgrade of the Soko G-4 Super Galeb single-engine advanced training and light attack aircraft. No further details were provided.
In March 2018 the Serbian Ministry of Defence (MoD) presented the G-4 upgrade at the second Southeast Europe Aviation Summit (SEAS) in Belgrade. The upgraded Super Galeb, designated ‘G-4MD’, will feature updated avionics and an integrated navigation/attack system, which, in combination with an increased payload capacity, will allow the integration of more versatile weapons, including air-to-air and air-to-ground missiles. In addition to reducing pilot workload, the upgrade will focus on advanced training features, including mission planning, debriefing, and virtual training.
http://www.mod.gov.rs/eng/13499/godisnj ... rane-13499In accordance with the provisions of the agreement signed with the Russian Federation, six Mig-29 aircraft have been provided so far currently amounting to nine operational MIG-29s. Next year, within the framework of military-technical assistance, four more MIGs will arrive from Belarus. The implementation of the project of procurement of five H145-M helicopters for the SerbianArmed Forcesin cooperation with the “Airbus”company is in progress. Agreements on procurement of four combat Mi-35M helicopters and three transport Mi-17 helicopters were concluded. In addition, the resources for eight “Orao” (“Eagle”)planes have been renewed, and are currently running for four more. The modernization of the “Supergaleb G-4” aircraft is also in progress.
https://www.janes.com/article/85733/ser ... from_rss=1During a visit by Defence Minister Aleksandar Vulin on 11 January, the Serbian Ministry of Defence’s Military Technical Institute displayed the newest weapons and military systems it is assessing before they are delivered to the Serbian Armed Forces.
This included an L80-07 rocket pod carrying seven S-8 80 mm unguided rockets and a pod with a single-barrel 12.7 mm machine gun for the H145M helicopter being procured by the Republic of Serbia Air Force and Air Defence.
https://www.shephardmedia.com/news/defe ... mi-17v-5s/Russia has received an order to supply seven Mi-35 and three Mi-17V-5 helicopters to Serbia, with delivery planned for completion in 2019.
This agreement has been revealed by Serbian president Aleksandar Vucic during his address to the nation following Russian president Vladimir Putin’s visit to Belgrade on 17 January ...
http://tass.com/defense/1040689BELGRADE, January 18. /TASS/. Russia will supply seven Mi-35 and three Mi-17 helicopters to Serbia, Serbian President Aleksandar Vucic said in his address to the nation following Russian President Vladimir Putin’s visit to Belgrade.
"Serbia is satisfied with its military-technical cooperation with Russia. We have agreed to purchase seven Mi-35 and three Mi-17 helicopters," he said.