الخميس، 23 ديسمبر، 2010

البحريه الفرنسيه تستلم اول دفعه من الصاروخ Block-3 Exocet Missiles




Paris DGA Certifies First Delivery of Block-3 Exocet Missiles

ARIS - The Direction Générale de l'Armement (DGA) has certified and accepted delivery of the first units of the Block 3 version of the surface-to-surface Exocet MM40 anti-ship missile from MBDA, the French procurement office said Dec. 22 in a statement."The Block Three version seeks to maintain at the highest level the operational capacity of the MM40, by doubling its range and permitting it to strike targets in the coastal zone," the DGA said.
On Dec. 6, the DGA qualified the new version of the missile and the quality department took delivery of the first four units 10 days later.
A first batch of 45 MM40 Block Three missiles is due for delivery to the French Navy by mid-2013.
The DGA ordered the missiles in December 2008 from MBDA. The weapons will initially arm the two Horizon air defense frigates, the Forbin and Chevalier Paul, and will go on to equip the FREMM multi-mission frigates currently being built for the French Navy by naval systems company DCNS.


البحريه الفرنسيه تستلم دفعه الصاروخ

البحريه الفرنسيه إستلمت الإصدار الجديد البلوك3
من الصاروخ البحرى الشهير أكسوزيتExocet MM40 anti-ship missile
العدد الذى إستلمته
هو 4 وحدات
من 45 وحده طلبتها فى 2008
وسيتم تسليم الباقى فى 2013




معلومات عن الصاروخ

MM40 Block 3

The newest MM40 version (MM40 block 3) has an improved range of 180 kilometres (110 mi; 97 nmi) through the use of a turbofan engine, and includes four air intakes to provide continuous airflow to the engine during high-G maneuvers.
The Block 3 missiles accepts GPS guidance system waypoint commands, which allow them to attack naval targets from different angles and to strike land targets, giving them a marginal role as a cruise missile. The Block 3 Exocet is lighter than the previous MM40 Block 2


يمتاز هذا الإصدار من الصاروخ
بالمدى البعيد الذى يصل إلى 180كم
ودقته العاليه فى إصابة الهدف
ويستخدم الصاروخ نظام gps
ويمكنه ضرب أهداف بريه