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    UAE Women Special Forces

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    The test of the United Arab Emirates "Tareq" missile in South Africa
     
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    it's funny they say made in UAE while the engeneers are westerners and the workers are asian except the money ... to me it's not
     
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    What about the US itself!? where most of the Engineers and scientists are from different origins.. the same for the workers..but they are all called Americans and what they make is considered made in the US..
     
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    Turkish armored vehicles "Panthera F9" created under the license of the UAE, the company Minerva Special Purpose Vehicles (MSPV).

    Panthera F9 is equipped with 6.7-liter. turbodiesel V8, with 6-st-ACC TorqShift.

    Includes the integration of the remote with the ARX20 remote control. Protection level B7 / STANAG 4569-2 and STANAG 4569-1. The Panthera F9 holds up to 9 soldiers in the rear compartment.

    In January of this year 2018, the same "Panthera F9" was used by militants in counter-attacks against the Syrian government forces on the fronts of Idlib and Ham provinces:



    were subsequently captured in March of the same year by the forces of the SAR in the liberation of the south-western provinces of Syria. Now these cars, as trophies are exhibited in Moscow, in Park Patriot "

    more photos and information:
    https://safaniuk.livejournal.com/94654.html
     

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    That's impressive. I noticed the hair covering under the helmets. How long have women been included?
     
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    For a while now.. a bit more than 10 years..
     
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    Salem Al Marri, Assistant Director General for Scientific and Technical Affairs at the Mohammed bin Rashid Space Center, said that the manufacture of the hope probe is based on the national cadres working in the center, with 150 employees, 95% % Of the total staff of the Center are space engineers, more than 100 engineers, some of whom hold bachelor's, master's and doctorate degrees.

    Pointing out that the proportion of women among them ranging from 30% to 40%, pointing to the appreciation of the leadership of the role of women, by enabling them in all areas, noting that without women will not go to Mars, especially that the space engineers citizens working in the Center are doing their part To optimize preparation of the next generation.


    UAE's Mars probe HOPE production has been finalised..

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    Brilliant episodes of development in different fields, putting all together under a visionary and wise leadership is known as UAE.
     
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    what is the name of those trak in the behind of line.? details please.
     
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    These are not really UAE products when the creators are not even from the UAE. Atleast Americans have 10,000's of American nationals working on their products.
     
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    "Salem Al Marri, Assistant Director General for Scientific and Technical Affairs at the Mohammed bin Rashid Space Center, said that the manufacture of the hope probe is based on the national cadres working in the center, with 150 employees, 95% % Of the total staff of the Center are space engineers, more than 100 engineers, some of whom hold bachelor's, master's and doctorate degrees.

    Pointing out that the proportion of women among them ranging from 30% to 40%, pointing to the appreciation of the leadership of the role of women, by enabling them in all areas, noting that without women will not go to Mars, especially that the space engineers citizens working in the Center are doing their part To optimize preparation of the next generation."
     
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    S. Korea to Transfer UAV, Missile Technologies to UAE

    Posted : 2010-01-07 18:10

    By Jung Sung-ki
    Staff Reporter

    Korea promised to transfer technology for its unmanned aerial vehicle (UAV) to the United Arab Emirates (UAE), following its successful bid to build four nuclear reactors in the Middle East nation, a government source said Thursday.

    Defense Minister Kim Tae-young made the commitment during his visit to the UAE in November to discuss bilateral defense issues as well as to support the landmark $20 billion deal, the source told The Korea Times.

    Kim also offered to provide key arms technologies related to the homegrown Hyunmoo ballistic and cruise missiles to the UAE as part of efforts to expand defense cooperation between the two countries, he said on condition of anonymity.

    Technology on an electromagnetic pulse bomb (EMP) is among the key items for cooperation promised by Korea, said the source.

    The state-funded Agency for Defense Development (ADD) has been pushing to develop the bomb capable of neutralizing an enemy's command-and-control, communications and defense radar systems.

    EMPs can severely disrupt electronic equipment, which is susceptible to damage by transient power surges. An EMP attack is generated by a very short, intense energy pulse or high-altitude nuclear blast.

    The agency plans to complete the development by 2014.

    "The UAE asked Korea to provide such key arms technologies as part of the package deal for the reactor contract," the source said. "Korea's positive response to the request played an important role in sealing the deal."

    Speculation has been growing after the agreement that there could have been some behind-the-scene promises to satisfy the UAE needs. At that time, Seoul's defense ministry declined to elaborate, only saying the two sides exchanged views on ways to expand bilateral defense cooperation programs.

    As for the UAV, Korea will offer the technology on the Night Intruder-300, also known as RQ-101, built by Korea Aerospace Industries (KAI), according to the source.

    KAI built the RQ-101 corps-level battlefield-reconnaissance UAV between 2001 and 2004. The Korean Army bought five sets of RQ-101s, with each set including six aircraft, a launcher and a ground-control station.

    KAI is also discussing the sale of the RQ-101 to Libya.

    The RQ-101 has a service ceiling of 4.5 kilometers and a cruise speed of 120 to 150 kilometers per hour. The 215-kilogram aircraft has a service radius of 200 kilometers and can operate for up to six hours in the air.

    The UAV is capable of multipurpose operations to perform missions like wide area surveillance, reconnaissance, target acquisition, bombing guidance, battlefield supervision and checking target break-down. It is also possible to transfer real-time images, especially in unfavorable environments during day and night.

    Some observers say, however, potential exports of the RQ-101 to either the UAE or Libya could cause a political or diplomatic row between South Korea and Israel given the ground-control station for the UAV was developed with technical assistance from Israel Aerospace Industries (IAI).

    IAI offered the technology when it sold its Searcher II UAVs to South Korea.

    Referred missile technologies are related to those for the 300-kilometer-range Hyunmoo-II ballistic missile and the 1,000-kilometer-range Hyunmoo-III surface-to-surface cruise missile developed by the ADD and LIG Nex1.

    The Hyunmoo-III missiles have been operational with the Army since last year. The Hyunmoo-III can hit targets with a margin of error of plus or minus five meters aided by a Terrain Contour Matching (TERCOM) system.


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    KAI RQ-101 Night Intruder

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    Referred missile technologies are related to those for the 300-kilometer-range Hyunmoo-II ballistic missile and the 1,000-kilometer-range Hyunmoo-III surface-to-surface cruise missile developed by the ADD and LIG Nex1.

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    Hyunmoo-II ballistic missile (300+ km range)

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    The Hyunmoo-III missiles have been operational with the Army since last year. The Hyunmoo-III can hit targets with a margin of error of plus or minus five meters aided by a Terrain Contour Matching (TERCOM) system

    Hyunmoo-III surface-to-surface cruise missile (1500 km range)
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    Electromagnetic pulse bomb (EMP)


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    *This is an 8 years old article, yet the information is still very valuable..
    I guess the UAE is at an advanced stage in these projects..since all the 4 nuclear reactors will be ready by 2020..
    ...Given that there is already the UAE made 240 km-range Yabhon Thunder cruise missile ( made in 2013)
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    http://www.janes.com/article/30465/dubai-airshow-2013-adcom-unveils-global-yabhon-ucav
     
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    Mini submarines to be built in capital
    The UAE is taking to ship building like a duck to water with the Emirates preparing to build mini submarines and patrol boats.

    February 23, 2011


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    Mini submarines and patrol boats are to be made in the UAE as the newly established Etihad Ship Building, based in Abu Dhabi, targets a burgeoning Middle East naval market.

    The company was formed in September as a joint venture between Fincantieri of Italy and the local firms Melara Middle East and Al Fattan Ship Industry.

    Al Fattan already has a facility at Al Sadr Port in Taweelah, near the Dubai border. In addition to building vessels, Etihad Ship Building will offer maintenance and retrofitting services to navies in the region.

    The joint venture reflects the Government's increased focus on its offsets system, which directs foreign defence suppliers to contribute to the UAE, particularly in transferring technology into the local economy. Fincantieri entered into the partnership after receiving a contract to provide the UAE Navy with an anti-submarine warfare vessel and stealth patrol vessels.

    The Italian company has shipyards in Italy, Germany and the US, and has produced naval vessels for Italy, India, Malta, Iraq, the UAE and the US.

    Etihad Ship Building, which is an exhibitor at the International Defence Exhibition and Conference (Idex) in Abu Dhabi this week, is the third major shipbuilder in Abu Dhabi set up to cater to demand in the region for naval vessels and luxury yachts. The other companies are Abu Dhabi Ship Building, which has a contract worth more than US$1 billion (Dh3.67bn) to build six corvettes for the UAE Navy, and Abu Dhabi Mar, which builds yachts and is also expected to build naval vessels.

    The Etihad Ship Building joint venture "offers us significant business potential … not only in the military but also in the civilian sector," said Giuseppe Bono, the managing director of Fincantieri.

    Angelo Fusco, Director Customer Relationship and Production Process told delegates at an Abu Dhabi conference last week that Etihad Ship Building would produce "midget submarines".


    The company's mini submarines, which Mr Fusco said would be 28.5 metres long, would not be the first produced in the Emirates. The Bin Jabr Group, a family-owned business with a defence division, has produced submersibles for the UAE Special Forces.


    Etihad Ship Building's mission was "to establish a fully capable local shipyard with all related processes like design, engineering, construction, outfitting, project management, test trials, maintenance and repair," Mr Fusco said. Fincantieri would transfer its methodology in these fields to the new company, he said.

    The joint venture aims to generate profit that will satisfy Fincantieri's offsets requirements stemming from its contracts for the anti-submarine warfare and stealth vessels. The new company should also position Fincantieri to be the prime contractor in the sale and production of other ships to the UAE Navy, Mr Bono said at the Abu Dhabi International Offset Conference in the capital last week.

    The UAE Offset Program Bureau introduced a policy last year representing its most dramatic changes in 18 years. The rules allow defence companies to receive credits for transferring technology and for training and hiring UAE nationals, and requires the firms to set up profitable joint ventures in the country.

    Etihad Ship Building will also produce patrol vessels at Al Fattan shipyard in Taweelah after an upgrade there, Mr Fusco said.
    Al Fattan's output is to include aluminium boats for coastal patrol and offshore protection.
    Fincantieri will train Etihad Ship Building staff, with on-the-job training following at the joint ventures's shipyard at Al Sadr Port.
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    S-300CC Class Midget Submarine

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    Designed in conjunction with Italian submarine builder Fincantieri, the S-300 design was introduced in 1989 and was reportedly aimed at South East Asian countries including Indonesia, Malaysia, Singapore and Thailand. Unlike the other GST types this used a more conventional tubular shape with verticle bow similar to the Sauro Class SSK then in service with the Italian Navy.

    Specification

    Length: 33.15 meters
    Beam: 3.65 meter
    Displacement: 260 tons surfaced, 300 tons submerged
    Speed: Maximum 16 kt submerged
    Operating depth: 300 meters
    Endurance : 1400 nautical miles submerged at 6kt(AIP)
    Armament: 4 x 450mm (17.7") lightweight torpedoes.
    Crew: 12 plus 8 combat swimmers

    MS-200 Class Midget Submarine
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    A Fincantieri design from the 1990s, the MS-200 was an evolution of the S-300CC design.

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    Length: 28 meters
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    Displacement: 250 tons submerged
    Speed: Maximum TBC
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    *"The S 300 CC, which was a minisub centered on the concept of closed cycle diesel propulsion with toroidal gas store in the circumference of the hull, hence the "CC" designation. Apparently this form of AIP propulsion was a joint venture with Maritalia, although that company offered its own line of GST minisubs."
     
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