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Post time 31-10-2013 07:16 PM | Show all posts |Read mode
Vietnam Began Sea Trials of the " Molniya "










Vietnamese Navy began sea trials Project 12418 missile boat " Molniya ", built under license from Russia . On this, as reported by ITAR - TASS news agency, said Oleg proteins , CEO of Rybinsk Shipyard "Vympel " engaged in the construction of such ships in Russia .

According Belkova, sea trials at sea were gone the first two ships of the "Molniya", built in Vietnam. Currently, the third and fourth ships Vietnamese construction installation is carried out on-board equipment , and the fifth and sixth boats are in the process of formation of the shells and metal cutting. According to the results of tests of the first two ships of Vietnam may decide to build another four specified in the option.

Vietnam has purchased a license to build 12 missile boats of the " Molniya " (including four in option) in 2005. The deal amounted to about a billion dollars. Under the agreement , the first two ships were built by "Vympel" and delivered to the Navy in Vietnam 2007-2008. Documentation necessary to license the construction of ships, the Vietnamese side has transferred the Petersburg Central Design Bureau " Almaz ".

Build boats of the " Molniya " is in Vietnam under the technical guidance of Russian experts. In April 2011, Vietnam and ship repair center " Asterisk " signed an agreement on the delivery of ship spare parts and tools.

Displacement boats of the " Molniya " is about 500 tons. The ship is capable of speeds up to 40 knots. Boats armed with anti-ship missiles "Uran", launchers, anti-aircraft missiles " Igla ", 76 -mm main guns and 30 -millimeter anti-aircraft guns.





Sources : http://lenta.ru




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Post time 14-11-2013 05:44 PM | Show all posts
Russia hands over first 'Kilo' SSK to Vietnam

Kate Tringham, London - IHS Jane's Defence Weekly
07 November 2013

Vietnam took delivery of its first Russian-built Project 636 'Kilo'-class diesel-electric submarine (SSK) during a ceremony held at Admiralty Shipyards in St Petersburg on 7 November, according to local media reports.

The first of six improved 'Kilo'-class SSKs on order for the Vietnam People's Navy, Hanoi will be transported to Vietnam on a heavy lift ship in mid-November, a defence industry source told Russia's state-run news agency RIA Novosti. The boat is expected to arrive in Cam Ranh Bay, in Vietnam's Khánh Hòa province, in January 2014. It will then be officially commissioned into service.

Hanoi 's delivery follows the successful completion of three months of sea trials that began in July.
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Post time 19-11-2013 01:34 PM | Show all posts
Vietnam to order Dutch corvettes

Menno Steketee, Amsterdam - IHS Jane's Defence Weekly
22 August 2013

Vietnam is to buy two corvettes from the Netherlands, Damen Schelde Naval Shipbuilding (DSNS) confirmed to IHS Jane's on 22 August.

DSNS has "reached an agreement in the negotiations for the delivery of two Sigma-class corvettes, Type 9814, to the Vietnamese Navy," the company stated.

Other sources say an official signing-ceremony is expected "sometime later this year". The value of the deal reportedly could reach EUR500 million (USD668 million), with the Dutch authorities partly responsible for funding the deal. No details have been officially divulged on the building programme, or its timeline, but it seems logical that one of the vessels will be built by DSNS in the Netherlands and the other in Vietnam, where Damen owns five commercial shipyards and is developing a sixth in Haiphong.
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Post time 19-11-2013 01:38 PM | Show all posts
Vietnam signs deal with Russia to procure additional Su-30MK2s

Jon Grevatt, Bangkok - IHS Jane's Defence Industry
21 August 2013

Vietnam has signed a contract with Russia to procure an additional batch of Sukhoi Su-30MK2 multirole fighter aircraft, state-run news agencies in Russia have reported.

The contract covers the supply of 12 aircraft as well as related "technical equipment", according to Interfax and RIA Novosti on 20-21 August, citing unidentified sources.

Under the terms of the deal, which was likely to have been finalised during Vietnam Defence Minister Phung Quang Thanh's visit to Moscow in mid-August, the Su-30MK2s will be delivered over three phases during 2014-15. The value of the contract is reported to be between USD450-USD600 million.

The procured aircraft will augment a batch of four pre-modernised Su-30MK aircraft that were acquired by the Vietnam People's Air Force (VPAF) in 2004 and 20 Su-30MK2s that Vietnam purchased under two contracts signed in 2009 and 2010.

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Post time 19-11-2013 01:42 PM | Show all posts
Briefing: Vietnam's surveillance and reconnaissance investment plans

Jon Grevatt, Bangkok - IHS Jane's Defence Weekly
01 August 2013

A strategic requirement to enhance capability to secure and protect assets in the South China Sea is driving Vietnam to invest in the development and procurement of a range of indigenous and foreign C4ISR-related systems.

Vietnam's industrial capabilities in these areas are basic, given the country's traditional focus on land-based procurement, but a number of developments in 2012-13 suggest Hanoi has now recognised that enhanced surveillance and communications capabilities are critical in securing the country's rapidly expanding offshore assets.

These developments include: Vietnam's agreements in 2012 with Russia and Sweden to co-develop and produce in Vietnam unmanned aerial vehicles (UAVs); several indigenous programmes undertaken by Vietnamese industry to develop and produce a range of small- to mid- range military UAV prototypes and the ground systems to control them; the Ministry of Defence's launch this year of a programme to procure off-the-shelf a foreign medium-altitude long-endurance UAV, with Israel Aerospace Industries' Heron thought to be under consideration; a production programme undertaken by the Military Telecommunication General Corporation (Viettel) this year of a new military communications system that is, according to state media, three to four times cheaper than imported devices; Viettel's development this year of an air traffic control system for the Vietnam People's Army (VPA) and its air and naval branches; Vietnam's procurement in 2012 of Airbus Military C-212-400 transport aircraft modified with maritime patrol mission kits; and Vietnam's plans, which emerged this year, to purchase unspecified Raytheon coastal defence radar systems and a de-weaponised version of the Lockheed Martin P-3 Orion maritime patrol aircraft.
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Post time 19-11-2013 01:44 PM | Show all posts
United States, Vietnam expand defence collaboration

Jon Grevatt, London - IHS Jane's Defence Weekly
28 July 2013

Vietnam and the United States have agreed to expand defence collaboration as part of a wider "comprehensive partnership" between the two countries.

The defence agreement, overseen by President Barack Obama and his visiting counterpart Truong Tan Sang in Washington, DC, on 25 July, covers expanded collaboration in search-and-rescue and disaster response as well as counterterrorism, maritime law enforcement, and cyber security.

The agreement also outlines a requirement for the two countries to use existing bilateral defence forums to continue to review their relationship and "discuss future collaboration". Related agreements also cover collaboration in areas related to civil nuclear energy, space technology and maritime research.
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Post time 19-11-2013 01:52 PM | Show all posts
Vietnam to deploy 'specialised force' in South China Sea

J Michael Cole, Taipei - IHS Jane's Defence Weekly
05 December 2012

Vietnam has announced that from 25 January 2013 a 'specialised force' under its new Fishery Bureau will be activated to conduct patrol and surveillance duties in the hotly contested waters of the South China Sea.

Under a decree signed by Vietnamese Prime Minister Nguyen Tan Dung on 29 November, the new bureau will fall under the Ministry of Agriculture and Rural Development's Aquatic Products Department and is to be equipped with civilian patrol ships, supported by marine police and border forces.

Among other duties, the 'specialised force' will conduct sea patrols, monitoring and inspections, and will be authorised to arrest crews, impose fines, and sanction vessels operating illegally in Vietnam's 370 km exclusive economic zone.

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Post time 19-11-2013 01:55 PM | Show all posts
Vietnam and Swedish firm sign UAV development agreement

Jon Grevatt, Bangkok - IHS Jane's Defence Industry
20 November 2012

The state-run Vietnam Aerospace Association (VASA) and Sweden's Unmanned Systems Group (UMS) have signed an agreement to collaborate on the development and production of unmanned aerial vehicles (UAVs).

The deal, for an undisclosed amount, was signed in Hanoi on 20 November and is partly in response to a growing requirement within the Vietnam People's Army to boost capabilities to map, monitor and patrol the country's 3,440 km coastline and offshore assets.

A statement by VASA said the project with UMS will cover three stages. In the first stage, UMS will transfer designs, technologies, and tools to VASA to enable localised production and control of two Magic Eye 1 medium-range tactical UAVs.

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Post time 19-11-2013 01:57 PM | Show all posts
Vietnam furthers defence relations with France, Italy

Jon Grevatt, Bangkok - IHS Jane's Defence Weekly
10 January 2013

Vietnam has expanded relations with France and Italy as part of continuing efforts in Hanoi to shore up strategic ties in Europe, as well as boost military and defence industrial capabilities.

Related agreements were signed between Vietnam and France at their joint committee on national defence co-operation in Hanoi on 9 January. One day later Italian Defence Minister Giampaolo Di Paola and his Vietnamese counterpart, Phung Quang Thanh, also pledged closer industrial ties.

Vietnam's Ministry of Defence (MoD) said in statements that France and Vietnam had proposed unspecified measures to strengthen bilateral defence ties in areas related to the national defence industry, maritime security, sea patrols, and military training.

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 Author| Post time 20-12-2015 02:02 PM | Show all posts
HS-6L Long-Range UAV














Vietnam Successfully Made Long Range UAV


Dec 14, 2015



cademy of Science and Technology of Vietnam in conjunction with the Ministry of Public Security has successfully developed unmanned aircraft HS-6L which could fly 4.000km .

According to information from the Academy of Science and Technology, unmanned aerial vehicle HS-6L is a collaborative project with the Ministry of Public Security of Vietnam, complete prototype fabrication to date 01/11/2015.

On the occasion of Academician Professor Gusakov, Chairman of the Academy of Sciences of Belarus and Belarusian delegation to visit and work at the Vietnam Academy of Science and Technology, the Institute has launched the electronic reconnaissance aircraft unmanned long-range and implementing the flight test program.

Assoc. Dr. Pham Ngoc Lang, Chairman of the research project, said Vietnam has enough ability to manufacture unmanned aerial vehicle range to serve the cause of economic development and social-security contribution Organization country.

According to Vietnam, the unmanned aerial vehicle HS-6L has a wingspan of 22m, equipped with Rotax 914 engine for its range cruise to 4.000km, continuous operating time of 35 hours, using satellite navigation systems . HS-6L capable of carrying reconnaissance camera, radar.

Estimated flight test program unmanned aerial vehicle HS-6L will take place on the South China Sea in QII / 2016.





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 Author| Post time 11-11-2018 08:52 PM | Show all posts
Industri Pertahanan Vietnam sedang meningkat. Buat pertama kalinya Vietnam membuka booth pameran di Indo Defence 2018









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 Author| Post time 12-9-2019 02:05 PM | Show all posts
Vietnamese Navy's Kilo Class Submarines at Cam Ranh Naval Base





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Post time 20-9-2019 04:20 PM From the mobile phone | Show all posts
Vietnam dikatakan dalam proses penilaian untuk membeli kapal frigate baru buatan Rusia.
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