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Morocco RMAF | 24 F-16 C/D Block 52 + | $2.4 billion | Global Unit Cost $100 million | 2007 - 2011

Les futurs avions F16 marocains

prévus pour 2010, mais semble-t'il reporté jusqu'en 2011

affaire à suivre
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http://www.ng.mil/news/archives/2010/03/030510-Arizona.aspx?src=rss

Arizona Air Guard to train Moroccan F-16 pilots

By 2nd Lt. Angela Walz
Arizona National Guard

TUCSON, Ariz., (2/26/10) -- A new destination was recently added to the mile marker post outside the Operations Group here.


It reads: Marrakech 5,754 miles. The sign is indicative of the newest partner nation to be trained by the Airzona Air National Guard's 162nd Fighter Wing here -- the Kingdom of Morocco.


Maj. Steve "Scratch" Haase, 162nd operation's center chief, described an allied relationship with Morocco as an opportunity to "build interoperability and the capacity to support military, civilian and peacekeeping operations in northern Africa."


Set to begin instructor pilot training in March, Morocco's four initial students are currently receiving specialized English training now. The list of students includes Ben Guerir Air Base's operation's group commander and three other high-ranking pilots.


Located about 36 miles north of Marrakech, the base was once operated by the Strategic Air Command of the U.S. Air Force.


The four Moroccan students will train for a year and a half in the F-16, Block 42 aircraft here as part of their conversion from the F-5 to the F-16. Six additional student pilots are expected to arrive for upgrade training, as well as a limited number of maintenance personnel in specialties ranging from air frame to crew chiefs, according to Major Haase.
Morocco is expected to receive the first of their 24 F-16s beginning in July, 2011, at which time they may require additional mobile training teams to instruct them on the use of equipment such as night vision goggles and joint helmet mounted cueing systems, said Haase.
 

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ce à quoi ressemble des F16 C/D block 52+



F16 C Block 52+ (siège unique)



F16 D Block 52+ (double siège)



la fameuse maquette




 

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le réacteur de type F100-PW-229 (désigné par Block 52)





le radar principal de type APG-68(V)9




les réservoirs supplémentaires
(Conformal Fuel Tanks)

 

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Bonne nouvelle ! :cheers:

Mais ce sujet n'a pas sa place ici, mais plutôt dans Aviation and Airports
effectivement, mais vu que tout les sujets là bas étaient de nature civil alors j'ai hésité
autrement espérant qu'il soit déplacé par le modérateur du Forum
 

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A déplacer dans "pictures and photography" section mais ne pas fusionner avec moroccan military.

Merci ;)
 

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Vu que le thread "Moroccan Military" a atteint les 336 post
ça serai mieux d'avoir des thread à part pour les acquisitions importantes, dont justement les F-16

Je me demande s'il serait pas mieux d'avoir également un thread pour la Marine militaire à l'image du thread "Moroccan Air Armed Forces"
 

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Maquettes du F-16











militaryphotos.net / far-maroc.forumpro
 

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Morocco RMAF | 24 F-16 C/D Block 52 + | $2.4 billion | Global Unit Cost $100 million | 2007 - 2011

The first Moroccan F-16 - Le premier chasseur F-16 marocain - أولى طائرات ال ف 16 المغربية

It costs nearly $100 million with all the equipments and weaponry

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The first Moroccan F-16C block 52+ #08-8001, seen here on September 21, 2010, is scheduled to fly in the fall of 2010. Morocco, the 25th nation to operate the F-16, ordered twenty-four Block 52 aircraft in 2009. The two-tone light brown scheme with grey underside is unique to the Moroccan Air Force.

http://www.codeonemagazine.com/news_item.html?item_id=201
f-16.net / codeonemagazine.com
 

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Le contrat d'armement des F-16

On July 9, the Defense Security Cooperation Agency notified Congress of a possible Foreign Military Sale to Morocco of :

  • 30 AIM-120C-5 Advanced Medium Range Air-to Air Missiles (AMRAAM);
  • 60 AIM-9M SIDEWINDER Missiles;
  • 20 AGM-88B/C HARM Missiles;
  • 8 AGM-65D/G MAVERICK Missiles;
  • 45 AGM-65H MAVERICK Missiles;
  • 50 Joint Direct Attack Munition (JDAM) tail kits
  • (which include 20 GBU-31 for MK-82, 500 lb bomb, and 30 GBU-38, for MK-84, 2000 lb bomb);
  • 20 GBU-24, PAVEWAY III kits;
  • 50 GBU-10, PAVEWAY II kits;
  • 150 GBU-12, PAVEWAY II kits;
  • 60 Enhanced GBU-12 PAVEWAY II bombs;
  • 300 MK-82 training bombs;
  • 60,000 20mm training projectiles;
  • 4,000 ALE-47 self-protection chaff;
  • 4,000 ALE-47 self-protection flares and associated equipment and services.
The total value, if all options are exercised, could be as high as $155 million.

Also included are containers, bomb components, spare/repair parts, publications, documentation, personnel and training, contractor technical and logistics personnel services, and other related support elements. The estimated cost is $155 million
AIM-120C-5 - AMRAAM Missiles







AIM-9M SIDEWINDER Missiles








AGM-88B/C HARM Missiles







AGM-65D/G MAVERICK Missiles









AGM-65H MAVERICK Missiles






AGM-65D, AGM-65E, AGM-65B, AGM-65F



GBU-10, PAVEWAY II kits




GBU-12, PAVEWAY II kits






GBU-24, PAVEWAY III kits










Joint Direct Attack Munition - JDAM






GBU-31






MK-82






MK-84





 

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Sniper ATPs



Aug 03/09: F-16s. Lockheed Martin Missile and Fire Control in Orlando FL receives a $30.3 million contract for the purchase of Sniper Advanced Targeting Pods (ATPs) for Morroco’s F-16s. The Dec 19/07 DSCA request specified either Sniper ATP or the LITENING pod.

The contract includes integration support, product spares. and logistics support. Sniper ATP deliveries will be completed in 2011. The number of pods was not disclosed. Warner-Robins Air Logistics Center/448 SCMG/PKHCB at Robins Air Force Base, GA manages the foreign military sales contract (FA8522-09-C-0013).

http://www.defenseindustrydaily.com/moroccos-air-force-reloads-04469/
 

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1er vol du F16 marocain, et c'est un biplace (8 commandés parmis mes 24) !

Moroccan F-16D Flies In Fort Worth

Posted 17 November 2010



Morocco, the twenty-fifth nation to operate the F-16, ordered twenty-four Block 52 aircraft in 2009. The two-tone light brown scheme with gray underside is unique to the Moroccan Air Force

http://www.codeonemagazine.com/news_item.html?item_id=201
 

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1er vol du F16 marocain, et c'est un biplace (8 commandés parmis mes 24) !
Moroccan F-16D Flies In Fort Worth

Posted 17 November 2010

Morocco, the twenty-fifth nation to operate the F-16, ordered twenty-four Block 52 aircraft in 2009. The two-tone light brown scheme with gray underside is unique to the Moroccan Air Force

http://www.codeonemagazine.com/news_item.html?item_id=201
Très belle prise ^^

La première de la série des biplaces D commence avec le n° #08-8017 comme sur la maquette du post #9

F-16 C (monoplace) : #08-8001 _ #08-8016
F-16 D (biplace) : #08-8017 _ #08-8024
 

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Configuration des F-16 Block 52+ de la Pologne, les mêmes que ceux du Maroc


beskid.com
 

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Le canon mitrailleur des F-16, M61 A1 Vulcan




wikimedia.org


 

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