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 SAF Existing and Future Combat System Compilation, You are invited to input any leftout
Orcishwarrior
Posted: Sep 15 2007, 08:37 PM


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Arsenal (current N Future)

Army (Combat)

- HIMARS
- Leopard 2A4
- Bionix I/II
- M113
- Branco
- Spike ATM
- Matador
- Milan ATGM
- Mini Hecate
- SAR 21
- Light strike Vehicle
- FH2000 52 Calibre 155mm Field Howitzer
- FH88 52 Calibre 155mm Field Howitzer

Navy

- Formidable Class Frigate
- Endurance Class LPD
- Victory Class Corvette
- Patrol Vessel
- Sjoormen Submarine
- Vastergotland Submarine

Muition
- Harpoon AGM-84D
- Black Shark Torpedo
- A244s Torpedo
- Super Rapid (typical / Stealth chassis)
- Barak I
- Aster 15

Airforce
- F-15SG
- F-16C/D Blk 50/52
- F-5 Tigereye
- AH-64D Longbow Apache
- Fokker 50 equipped with Maritime patrol and engagement
- E2C Awacs
- G550 CAEW Awacs
- SH-70 Seahawk
- Super Puma
- Chinook CH-47D/SD
- KC-135R Stratotanker

Muition
- Joint Standoff Weapon
- Joint Direct Attack Munition
- Paveway 2
- Aim-9X sidewider
- Aim-120C Amraam
- Python 4/5 <---Rumour

RSAF Ground Unit
- I-Hawk
- Rapier
- Igla
- Mistral
- Oerlikon Gun
- RBS-70


Summary updated 15/09/2007 (20.38)
You are invited to input any equipment leftout.
Just simply cut and paste. Pls change the date and time of change
*note this is not a thread for discussion

This post has been edited by Orcishwarrior on Sep 16 2007, 02:28 AM
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gary1910
Posted: Sep 16 2007, 12:03 AM


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Arsenal (current N Future)

Army (Combat)

Armour
-Leopard 2A4 MBT
-Bionix I/II IFV
-M113 APC/IFV
-V-150/200 APC
-AMX-10 P25ICV/PAC90
-Bronco 120mm SRAMS MTC
-M113 SP 120mm MTC

Infantry
-9 mm SIG P226 pistol
-SAR 21 AR
-Ultimax100 SAW
-M16S1/M203
-Matador LAW
-84mm AT recoilless rifle
-FN Mag GPMG
-Milan ATGM
-Spike LR ATGM
-L96A1 sniper rifle
-MSG-90 sniper rifle
-SSG 3000 sniper rifle
-Mini-Hecate sniper rifle
-81/120mm mortar
-Flyer/Spider LSV
-ATV

Artillery
-FH88 39 Calibre 155mm Field Howitzer
-FH2000 52 Calibre 155mm Field Howitzer
-Primus 39 Calibre 155mm SPH
-Pegesus 39 Calibre 155mm LWH
-HIMARS
-LG1 Mk I 105mm
-TPQ-36 arty locating radar
-TPQ-37 arty locating radar
-ARTHUR arty locating radar

Engineers
-VLB
-FLB
-M2B( Comet) floating bridge
-Ribbon (Almond) floating bridge
-M3 floating bridge
-M728 CEV
-M60 AVLB
-Bionix AVLB
-AMX-13 AVLB
-CET
-AUGS
-Hydrema 910 MCV

Navy

- Formidable Class Frigate
- Endurance Class LPD
- Victory Class Corvette
- Fearless Class Patrol Vessel
- Bedok Class MCMV
- In-Shore Patrol Craft
- FCEP
- FCU
- RPL
- Protector USV
- Sjoormen Submarine
- Vastergotland Submarine

Muition
- Harpoon AGM-84D
- Black Shark Torpedo
- A244s Torpedo
- Super Rapid (typical / Stealth chassis)
- Barak I
- Aster 15
- Mistral

Airforce

- F-15SG
- F-16C/D Blk 50/52
- F-5 Tigereye
- AH-64D Longbow Apache
- Fokker 50 equipped with Maritime patrol and engagement
- E2C Awacs
- G550 CAEW Awacs
- SH-70 Seahawk
- Super Puma
- Chinook CH-47D/SD
- KC-135R Stratotanker

Muition
- Joint Standoff Weapon
- Joint Direct Attack Munition
- Paveway 2
- Aim-9X sidewider
- Aim-120C Amraam
- Python 4/5 <---Rumour

RSAF Ground Unit
- I-Hawk
- Rapier
- Igla
- Mistral
- Oerlikon Gun
- RBS-70

Just updated the army portion with separate groupings for armour, infantry, arty and engineers and the navy portion. I think I have missed some of them as available in public domain.

This post has been edited by gary1910 on Sep 16 2007, 04:21 AM


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Shotgun
Posted: Sep 16 2007, 01:31 AM


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You left out our equivalent of the Rivet Joint in the Air Force Section.
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Posted: Sep 16 2007, 02:03 AM


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QUOTE (Shotgun @ Sep 16 2007, 01:31 AM)
You left out our equivalent of the Rivet Joint in the Air Force Section.

Which unfortunately is not something that can be confirmed, and should be left out.


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Posted: Sep 16 2007, 01:06 PM


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EC 120 Colibri?
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Posted: Sep 16 2007, 08:59 PM


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QUOTE (CM06 @ Sep 16 2007, 01:06 PM)
EC 120 Colibri?

i second that.
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Posted: Sep 23 2007, 09:37 PM


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QUOTE (Shotgun @ Sep 16 2007, 01:31 AM)
You left out our equivalent of the Rivet Joint in the Air Force Section.


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Posted: Dec 2 2007, 05:47 PM


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3 one-shot mine disposal systems.

ECA's K-ster on the top-left, Gaymarine's Miki on the bottom left (the smallest UUV on the right) and Atlas Elektronik's SeaFox on the right.

Which will the RSN pick? ninja.gif


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Posted: Dec 2 2007, 06:18 PM


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QUOTE (LazerLordz @ Sep 16 2007, 02:03 AM)
QUOTE (Shotgun @ Sep 16 2007, 01:31 AM)
You left out our equivalent of the Rivet Joint in the Air Force Section.

Which unfortunately is not something that can be confirmed, and should be left out.

Let's not forget the good ol' WW2-era d-10 cables then wink.gif


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Posted: Dec 3 2007, 12:16 AM


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Searcher II UAV
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Posted: Apr 5 2008, 04:58 PM


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Arsenal (current N Future)

Army (Combat)

Armour
-Leopard 2A4 MBT
-Bionix I/II IFV
-M113 APC/IFV
-V-150/200 APC
-AMX-10 P25ICV/PAC90
-Bronco 120mm SRAMS MTC
-M113 SP 120mm MTC

Infantry
-9 mm SIG P226 pistol
-SAR 21 AR
-FN P90
-H&K MP5 variants.
-Ultimax100 SAW
-M16S1/M203
-AR-15/AR-15 Carbine
-Matador LAW
-84mm AT recoilless rifle
-FN Mag GPMG
-Milan ATGM
-Spike MR ATGM (reported in Military Technology, end 07)
-Spike LR ATGM
-L96A1 sniper rifle
-MSG-90 sniper rifle
-SSG 3000 sniper rifle
-Mini-Hecate sniper rifle
-81/120mm mortar
-Flyer/Spider LSV
-ATV

Artillery
-FH88 39 Calibre 155mm Field Howitzer
-FH2000 52 Calibre 155mm Field Howitzer
-Primus 39 Calibre 155mm SPH
-Pegesus 39 Calibre 155mm LWH
-HIMARS
-LG1 Mk I 105mm
-TPQ-36 arty locating radar
-TPQ-37 arty locating radar
-ARTHUR arty locating radar

Engineers
-VLB
-FLB
-M2B( Comet) floating bridge
-Ribbon (Almond) floating bridge
-M3 floating bridge
-M728 CEV
-M60 AVLB
-Bionix AVLB
-AMX-13 AVLB
-CET
-AUGS
-Hydrema 910 MCV

Navy

- Formidable Class Frigate
- Endurance Class LPD
- Victory Class Corvette
- Fearless Class Patrol Vessel
- Bedok Class MCMV
- In-Shore Patrol Craft
- FCEP
- FCU
- RPL
- Protector USV
- Sjoormen Submarine
- Vastergotland Submarine

Munitions
- Harpoon AGM-84D
- Black Shark Torpedo
- A244s Torpedo
- Super Rapid (typical / Stealth chassis)
- Barak I
- Aster 15/30
- Mistral

Airforce

- F-15SG
- F-16C/D Blk 50/52
- F-5 Tigereye
- AH-64D Longbow Apache
- Fokker 50 equipped with Maritime patrol and engagement
- E2C Awacs
- G550 CAEW AWACS
- SH-70 Seahawk
- Super Puma
- Chinook CH-47D/SD
- Chinook CH-47F LRIP (Possible purchase)
- C-130B(H?)
- KC-130B
- KC-135R Stratotanker

Muition
- Joint Standoff Weapon
- Joint Direct Attack Munition
- Paveway 2
- AIM-9X sidewider
- AIM-120C Amraam
- Python 4/5 <---Rumour

RSAF Ground Unit
- I-Hawk
- Rapier
- Igla
- Mistral
- Oerlikon Gun
- RBS-70
- SPYDER (as reported)

Just updated the Army portion (Infantry) and Air Force.

DTI's latest issue talks of potential export orders of the CH-47F Chinooks to Singapore.

nxtbook.com/nxtbooks/aw/dti0408/index.php?startid=21 Look for the Chinook piece.

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Hmm how about the Terrex for the Infantry part? Or is it the ATV thats mentioned?
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It's confirmed that we have purchased the spyder SAM system (supposedly 2 units)

Terrax is under armour if it ever gets inducted.
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Delays on LCS move Fire Scout to new ship
April 07, 2008
The U.S. Navy has officially decoupled the Fire Scout vertical-lift UAV from the Littoral Combat Ship program because delays to LCS threaten to slow development and testing of the air vehicle, the U.S. Navy and Northrop Grumman jointly announced at the Singapore Airshow on Feb. 20.
Fire Scout will be integrated to another helicopter-carrying naval vessel, most likely a guided-missile frigate, said Navy Capt. Tim Dunigan, manager of the vertical takeoff and landing tactical UAV (VTUAV) program at Naval Air Systems Command, adding that other potential platforms include Arleigh Burke-class destroyers and amphibious transport dock ships.
“We will continue to fully support LCS as it has flight deck time available,” Dunigan said. “But we now get to go to another ship.”
According to the schedule, the Navy will conduct technical evaluation of Fire Scout on the designated ship in the fall and operational evaluation in summer 2009. Fire Scout is expected to reach Initial Operational Capability soon after that.
Dunigan stressed that the Navy remains committed to transitioning the four-blade MQ-8B Fire Scout to LCS and will continue to support LCS initial operational test and evaluation efforts in fiscal 2011.
There has been strong interest in Fire Scout among the sea-faring nations of Asia, particularly Japan, South Korea and Singpore, according to Doug Fronius, Northrop Grumman program director for VTUAV Fire Scout Unmanned Systems.  ninja.gif

“We believe potential sales in the international market are well above 100,” he said. “I think Asia-Pacific will be the second key market because we believe that the procurement process will take longer and there is more competition in Europe.”
The U.S. Navy has ordered 12 Fire Scouts, five of which are complete. The Navy has requested 168 Fire Scouts, although Fronius said he expects the final number to be around 130. The U.S. Army has ordered eight, which will become part of its Future Combat Systems program.


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Posted: Apr 12 2008, 01:34 AM


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QUOTE (LazerLordz @ Sep 16 2007, 02:03 AM)
QUOTE (Shotgun @ Sep 16 2007, 01:31 AM)
You left out our equivalent of the Rivet Joint in the Air Force Section.

Which unfortunately is not something that can be confirmed, and should be left out.

Fair enough. But the Herc is still missed out anyway, inclusive of the KC-variants.
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QUOTE (Shotgun @ Apr 12 2008, 01:34 AM)
QUOTE (LazerLordz @ Sep 16 2007, 02:03 AM)
QUOTE (Shotgun @ Sep 16 2007, 01:31 AM)
You left out our equivalent of the Rivet Joint in the Air Force Section.

Which unfortunately is not something that can be confirmed, and should be left out.

Fair enough. But the Herc is still missed out anyway, inclusive of the KC-variants.

Amended, and included the SPYDER.


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For Sjoormen munition, add Type 617 torpedoes, Type 43X2 torpedoes (acquired in 1997).

For Airforce munition, add:

- AIM-9J/P/P-3/M/S Sidewinder
- AIM-7M Sparrow
- AIM-7P-5 Mk 58 Sparrow
- AGM-65G/A?/D? Maverick
- AGM-114K-3 Hellfire
- Hydra 70 rockets
- Mk-82/84 bombs incl with BSU-49/B retarding fins
- CBU-71 (may no longer be in service)
- BL-755 (may no longer be in service)

For clarification:

Paveway II bombs in inventory = GBU-10, 12-B/J
JDAM = GBU-31/38
JSOW = AGM 154A-1/C

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