Irland beschafft Seepatrouillenflugzeuge Airbus C-295

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Irland beschafft Seepatrouillenflugzeuge Airbus C-295

Beitrag von theoderich » Fr 4. Okt 2019, 21:19




Irland: White Paper on Defence 2015

http://www.doppeladler.com/forum/viewto ... 75&p=57065

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Re: Irland beschafft Seepatrouillenflugzeuge Airbus C-295

Beitrag von theoderich » Di 8. Okt 2019, 18:17

Ireland funds procurement of aircraft and armoured vehicles
Equipment procurement in 2020 includes replacements for two CASA CN235s, which are reaching the end of their service lives. Irish media reports indicate that Airbus is a contender to offer two C-295s for EUR60 million.

Five Cessna 172H Skyhawks, used by the Irish Air Corps in a utility role, were taken out of service in September 2019; they will be replaced by three Pilatus PC-12NGs in 2020 for EUR32 million.
https://www.janes.com/article/91763/ire ... d-vehicles


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Re: Irland beschafft Seepatrouillenflugzeuge Airbus C-295

Beitrag von Acipenser » Sa 14. Dez 2019, 17:56

Ist bekannt ob diese auch zur U Boot Jagd ausgerüstet werden können? Zum Abwerfen von Rettungsmittel für Schiffsbrüchige erscheinen sie mir geeignet. Auch werden von der US Coast Guard ähnliche Maschinen eingesetzt um Fallschirmspringer zu weit entfernten verunglückten Booten zu verbringen.

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Re: Irland beschafft Seepatrouillenflugzeuge Airbus C-295

Beitrag von theoderich » Sa 14. Dez 2019, 18:41

Die C295 MPA ist standardmäßig mit sechs Hardpoints für eine mögliche Bewaffnung ausgestattet:
Airbus Defence & Space Military Aircraft
C-295 Persuader

The Airbus Defence & Space (formerly EADS CASA) C-295 Persuader MPA is based around the standard transport airframe but with six hardpoints for weapons and equipment for maritime patrol, ASW and ASuW missions. The MPA is in service with the Chilean Navy (three aircraft), the Portuguese Air Force (five) and the Royal Air Force of Oman (three). Brazil also operates three of the type in the maritime SAR role.

Applications: MPA
Length: 25m
Height at tail: 9m
Wingspan: 26m
Max speed: 310kt, 260kt
operating Range: 1,555km
Powerplant: 2x Pratt & Whitney Canada PW127G turboprops
MTOW: 23,200kg
Service ceiling: 13,500ft
Flight crew: 2
https://mags.shephardmedia.com/HB-sampl ... webmag.pdf

Aber da schon die aktuell genutzten CASA C235, die von den neuen C295 ersetzt werden, unbewaffnet sind, glaube ich nicht, dass diese Flugzeuge mit Waffen ausgerüstet werden:
Armament Not Applicable
https://www.military.ie/en/who-we-are/a ... sa-cn-235/

Jedenfalls waren im Request for Proposals keine Waffen vorgesehen:
  • Request for Proposals for the supply of Maritime Patrol Aircraft (MPA) to the Irish Defence Forces
    f. The aircraft must be capable of supporting a 360 degree surface search radar with a 200 nautical mile range, an Electro-Optical camera system, and an Automatic Identification System (AIS) tracking capability.

    g. The aircraft must have a compartmentalised toilet with remote servicing point, a galley and be capable of being fitted with a crew rest area.

    h. The aircraft must be fitted with at least two observer windows.

    i. The aircraft must be capable of operating in a Search and Rescue configuration, with the ability to carry at least 3 x 10 person droppable life rafts, and an ability to launch illumination flares and Surface Locator Markers.
    l. The aircraft, in the logistic configuration, must be capable of airlifting at least six (6) tonnes of cargo, or at least twenty (20) fully equipped soldiers.

    m. The aircraft must be capable of co-ordinated airdropping (personnel and supplies) to marked or unmarked drop zones as well as conducting precision air delivery, including static line and freefall (HALO/HAHO) airdrop (by using a supplemental oxygen system where required).

    n. The aircraft must be capable of conducting CASEVAC and MEDEVAC missions, with aeromedical aircrew. The aircraft must be capable of being equipped with medical and general equipment, and supplies adequate for the care of the number and types of patients transported.

    o. The aircraft must be capable of supporting an airborne Data Management System that manages, displays and overlays the information from the sensor suites. In addition the aircraft must also be capable of supporting multiple real-time secure broadcast of all sensor data, both over the horizon and by line of sight.
    https://irl.eu-supply.com/app/rfq/publi ... lowPrint=1

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Re: Irland beschafft Seepatrouillenflugzeuge Airbus C-295

Beitrag von theoderich » Mo 16. Dez 2019, 15:50

Irish Department of Defence orders two Airbus C295 aircraft
Ireland’s Department of Defence has announced the acquisition of two Airbus C295 medium airlifters in a maritime surveillance configuration.
Both aircraft will be equipped with the Fully Integrated Tactical System (FITS) and specific state-of-the-art mission sensors together with the recently announced Collins Aerospace Pro Line Fusion avionics.
https://www.airbus.com/newsroom/press-r ... craft.html

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Re: Irland beschafft Seepatrouillenflugzeuge Airbus C-295

Beitrag von Acipenser » Mo 16. Dez 2019, 20:02

U Boot Jagd kann auch rein defensiv sein: Sonar Bojen aussetzen, und Signale verwerten oder weiterleiten. Bewaffnete Überschalljäger oder bewaffnete Schiffe können eventuell Waffe ins Ziel bringen.

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Re: Irland beschafft Seepatrouillenflugzeuge Airbus C-295

Beitrag von theoderich » Mo 16. Dez 2019, 21:04

Irland hat keine "Überschalljäger"! Und schon gar keine "bewaffneten Schiffe", die zur U-Boot-Jagd befähigt sind.

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Re: Irland beschafft Seepatrouillenflugzeuge Airbus C-295

Beitrag von anastasius » Di 17. Dez 2019, 00:46

theoderich hat geschrieben:
Mo 16. Dez 2019, 21:04
Irland hat keine "bewaffneten Schiffe",
Die irische Marine ist ein Witz!


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