Militer
Home > CASCISCUS > MILITER & KEPOLISIAN > Militer > AgustaWestland Menawarkan AW139M Helicopter Ke Militer Amerika
Total Views: 5837
Page 3 of 3 |  < 1 2 3

agninistan - 18/07/2011 08:30 PM
#41

sepertinya USAF lebih tertartik dengan AW149 ketimbang AW139 karena Mesin AW149 sama dengan UH-60 Black Hawk bahkan cendrung pilih BLAck Hawk ketimbang AW139M
Endofage - 18/07/2011 08:41 PM
#42

Gak tau kenapa ane lebih prepare ke EC daripada AW

Eurocopter EC175 versi militer udah ada belum...?
atau Bell 214 itu juga udah bagus menurut ane
agninistan - 19/07/2011 05:49 PM
#43

Quote:
Original Posted By Endofage
Gak tau kenapa ane lebih prepare ke EC daripada AW

Eurocopter EC175 versi militer udah ada belum...?
atau Bell 214 itu juga udah bagus menurut ane


lho versi sipilnya aja baru diproduksi tahun 2012 nanti, yang pasti versi militer bakal ada & menurut rencana sudah dibeli PLA
agninistan - 20/07/2011 04:30 PM
#44
info terbaru; Program CVLSP USAF ditunda
USAF To Hold Separate Contests for 2 Helos
By DAVE MAJUMDAR
Published: 25 Apr 2011 17:47
The U.S. Air Force said April 25 that it will hold separate competitions for its Common Vertical Lift Support Platform (CVLSP) and HH-60 recapitalization programs.

The CVLSP program is designed to replace the service's geriatric fleet of Bell UH-1N Huey helicopters, which provide transportation to security forces at nuclear missile bases and help to evacuate lawmakers during emergencies. The HH-60 recapitalization program is the Air Force's effort to replace 112 increasingly decrepit HH-60G Pave Hawk combat search-and-rescue helicopters.

Service officials anticipate that both programs will draw industry bids based on aircraft derived from helicopters in production.

Maj. Gen. Randal D. Fullhart, the Air Force's global reach programs capability director, said that the service anticipates releasing a draft Request for Proposal in the summer, with the final RfP in the fall. The CVLSP fleet will consist of 93 aircraft spread among Air Force Global Strike Command, the Air Force District of Washington and other major commands.

"We're proceeding toward an initial operating capability for common vertical lift support platform program in 2015." Fullhart said.

For the HH-60 replacement program, Fullhart anticipates a request for proposals will be released in 2012. The Air Force did not say how many aircraft it would buy.

Industry welcomed the announcement.

"Sikorsky welcomes a competition to offer the proven H-60M Black Hawk aircraft for both the HH-60 Recap and CVLSP missions," said Tim Healy, Sikorsky's director for Air Force programs.

Healy said that the Air Force would derive significant savings from "Sikorsky's mature H-60M multi-year production line for the U.S. Army, and an established logistics support and aircrew/maintainer training effort."

If the company was selected for both missions, Sikorsky estimates a "conservative savings of $3 billion … over the 25-year operational life of 205 HH-60 Recap/CVLSP aircraft."

AgustaWestland also plans to compete for both tenders. It plans to bid its AW-139M helicopter for the CVLSP, and the larger AW101 for the HH60 replacement program.

"We're enthusiastic and look forward to working with the Air Force as they develop their specs for the CVLSP program and HH-60 recap, and we anticipate being very competitive," AgustaWestland vice-president for strategy Dan Hill said.

"We're ready."

Said John Williamson of The Boeing Co.: "Boeing looks forward to fully supporting the recently announced acquisition strategy to recapitalize the U.S. Air Force helicopter fleet."

http://defensenews.com/story.php?i=6323480&c=AME&s=AIR
agninistan - 20/07/2011 04:34 PM
#45
AW139M in Heli Expo 2011










agninistan - 21/07/2011 07:14 PM
#46

Spoiler for AW139M Prototype










agninistan - 16/10/2011 07:11 PM
#47

AgustaWestland Poised to Support U.S. Air Force

0
0
0
AGUSTAWESTLAND NORTH AMERICA AW139M U.S. Military AW139M. (PRNewsFoto/AgustaWestland North America) ORLANDO, FL UNITED STATES
Download image

RESTON, Va., Sept. 19, 2011 /PRNewswire/ -- AgustaWestland North America, Inc. proudly enters the Air Force Association's 2011 Air & Space Conference and Technology Exposition firmly committed to the U.S. Air Force with the right helicopters for the mission and the right talent for the job.

(Photo: http://photos.prnewswire.com/prnh/20110217/PH49866 )

AW139M: More helicopter for the dollar

AgustaWestland customized its multi-role AW139 medium-twin helicopter, creating the advanced military AW139M for the U.S. Air Force's Common Vertical Lift Support Platform (CVLSP). A year ago, the company showcased its AW139M cabin demonstrator at AFA; today the AW139M helicopter stands on display with 100 flight hours on the aircraft. The AW139M reached further milestones in its development, now fully integrated with proven U.S. military technology such as its aircraft survivability equipment.

"AgustaWestland made the investment to develop this modern, off-the-shelf helicopter for the U.S. CVLSP security mission," said R. Scott Rettig, chief executive officer of AgustaWestland North America. "We believe the AW139M provides the most fiscally responsible option while allowing aircrews to fly faster, farther and safer for the mission."

Manufactured at the company's Philadelphia, Pa. facility, the AW139M includes a high-definition FLIR, self protection equipment including infrared detection and countermeasures, avionics and heavy duty landing gear. For military missions, the AW139M features a low thermal and acoustic signature and all-weather capabilities for use in challenging environments such as the U.S. Air Force's northern-tier missile bases. For more information about its dedicated equipment, power-to-weight ration and multi-mission performance visit: www.agustawestland.com/aw139m

AgustaWestland Adds to its Expertise

AgustaWestland is pleased to have retired Air Force Col. J.D. Clem join the team focused on U.S. Air Force programs. With 30 years of Air Force experience, Clem served, most recently, as the division chief at SAF/AQ responsible for tactical airlift, special operators and trainers.

"With my Air Force special operations and combat search and rescue experience, I chose to work at AgustaWestland because they have an enormous product range at a great price," said Clem. "The AW139M is the right aircraft for the CVLSP mission and, by far, the most cost effective option for the taxpayers."

AgustaWestland Offers HH-71 for Combat Search and Rescue

AgustaWestland North America responded to the U.S. Air Force's request for information, offering the battle-hardened HH-71 for critical combat search and rescue missions. The HH-71, based on the combat-proven AW101, offers a modern, mature helicopter with all-weather capabilities to complete challenging missions in austere environments such as sand and snow. The aircraft includes three engines providing aircrews the assurance that the mission can be successfully completed with speed, security and safety.

"We want the Air Force to count on AgustaWestland for the best products and best talent in the industry for their rotorcraft needs," said Rettig.

About AgustaWestland

AgustaWestland North America, a subsidiary of AgustaWestland, a Finmeccanica company, operates as a U.S. company under a special security agreement, responsible for the company's U.S. government programs. AgustaWestland is a global leader in military and commercial vertical-lift. With more than 100 years of experience in the aerospace industry, AgustaWestland provides an unrivaled range of rotorcraft and vertical-lift products and services for every military, government and commercial application.

www.agustawestland.com

Contact:
Ramona Layne
571-332-0695 mobile
[email]rlayne@awnainc.com[/email]

SOURCE AgustaWestland North America
Back to top

RELATED LINKS
http://www.agustawestland.com

http://www.prnewswire.com/news-releases/agustawestland-poised-to-support-us-air-force-130107613.html
Blackghost13 - 16/10/2011 08:54 PM
#48

varian pemburu kapal selam nya belum ada ya?

kalo yg dipake Coast Guard US itu AW yg mana?
agninistan - 17/10/2011 12:21 PM
#49

Quote:
Original Posted By Blackghost13
varian pemburu kapal selam nya belum ada ya?

kalo yg dipake Coast Guard US itu AW yg mana?


sepertinya bakal ada, bro. US COAST GUARD nggak pake AW, bro
Sun.Tze - 17/10/2011 12:24 PM
#50

Quote:
Original Posted By agninistan
sepertinya bakal ada, bro. US COAST GUARD nggak pake AW, bro


kira kira apakah AW ini bisa dipake counpir bro? kalau dauphin kan bisa bro
Blackghost13 - 17/10/2011 01:12 PM
#51

Quote:
Original Posted By agninistan
sepertinya bakal ada, bro. US COAST GUARD nggak pake AW, bro


kalo gitu ini apaan ya?



agninistan - 17/10/2011 06:59 PM
#52

Quote:
Original Posted By Blackghost13
kalo gitu ini apaan ya?





iyu khan AW109 HITRON alias HH-68 Stingray
Mirror2 - 17/10/2011 07:35 PM
#53

Si Bhas ngiler neh sama yg ini..
agninistan - 17/10/2011 08:32 PM
#54

Quote:
Original Posted By Mirror2
Si Bhas ngiler neh sama yg ini..


Cocok buat gantiin bo-105 karena sama2 mesin ganda, apalagi tetangga juga sudah pake heli ini
agninistan - 09/03/2012 03:54 PM
#55
berita terbaru, AW-139M sudah masuk dinas operasional AU italia
Italian Air Force’s HH-139A Enters Operational Service
08/03/2012

AgustaWestland, a Finmeccanica company, is pleased to announce that the first of ten Italian Air Force’s HH-139A medium twin engine helicopters has entered operational service. A ceremony held today at Cervia Air Base marked this achievement. These helicopters will supplement ageing HH-212 and HH-3F helicopters in the role of search and rescue operations across the nation. The remaining HH-139As will be delivered to the Air Force by the end of this year and are the first examples of the AW139M dedicated military variant to be delivered.



Bruno Spagnolini, Chief Executive Officer, AgustaWestland, said at the ceremony “It gives us great pleasure to celebrate the operational readiness of this new aircraft, twenty years after the last helicopter was delivered to the Italian Air Force. This significant event is the first major step in support of the service’s modernization programme which will also see the HH-101 “CAESAR” replacing the HH-3F Pelicans in the Combat SAR role. The HH-139A will complement the HH-101s whilst providing a quantum leap forward in operational capabilities and cost effectiveness compared to the present fleet of HH-3Fs and HH-212s.” The HH-139A has been selected as an interim solution for the Italian Air Force’s SAR fleet replacement and modernization programme. The all new AW149, now under development, has been designed to meet a potential Italian Air Force requirement for a new medium class SAR helicopter with certification expected in 2013.



The Italian Air Force joins a number of other military customers who are already operating the AW139 including the Irish Air Corps, the United Arab Emirates Air Force and the Qatar Armed Forces. The Italian Air Force’s HH-139A features an all new heavy duty landing gear providing higher ground clearance and improved crashworthiness, secure communications suite including IFF and an integrated defensive aids suite. The aircraft is also equipped with the following role equipment - rescue hoist, search light, wire cutters, nose mounted FLIR, cargo hook, loudspeaker system and emergency floatation gear. The only new generation helicopter in its weight class, the AW139 sets new standards of performance and has the largest cabin in its category. The AW139 has a maximum cruise speed of 165 knots (306 km/h) and a maximum range in excess of 570 nm (1060 km) with auxiliary fuel tanks. The aircraft has outstanding one engine inoperative capabilities, even in hot and high operating conditions. The advanced integrated cockpit minimises pilot workload allowing the crew to concentrate on mission objectives. Almost 170 customers from over 50 countries have ordered nearly 620 helicopters to perform a wide range of roles including government missions, EMS/SAR, offshore transport, VIP/corporate transport, law enforcement and utility.



http://www.agustawestland.com/news/italian-air-force%E2%80%99s-hh-139a-enters-operational-service
agninistan - 24/05/2012 07:03 PM
#56

awansan123 - 24/05/2012 09:00 PM
#57

wow tentengannya bener2 dah :matabelo
agninistan - 25/05/2012 12:01 AM
#58

j
Quote:
Original Posted By awansan123
wow tentengannya bener2 dah :matabelo


khan bisa dipersenjatai gun pod & rocket pod buat coin

NSU-30MK - 25/05/2012 06:38 AM
#59

Quote:
Original Posted By agninistan
Kalo puma, kegedean bro. Mending cari yang kelas medium aja bro


laah emg puma bukan medium class bro...heavy class kita kan MI-17..
MrBhass - 25/05/2012 06:49 AM
#60

Quote:
Original Posted By NSU-30MK
laah emg puma bukan medium class bro...heavy class kita kan MI-17..


Puma bukan kategori medium sebenernya
MTOW nya udah 8,6 ton.
Medium itu model2 Bell 412 dll.

Lagian bedakan juga antara Mi-17 sama Puma jangan disamain.
Puma Usernya cuma TNI-AU sekarang, Mi-17 usernya TNI-AD
Page 3 of 3 |  < 1 2 3
Home > CASCISCUS > MILITER & KEPOLISIAN > Militer > AgustaWestland Menawarkan AW139M Helicopter Ke Militer Amerika