Citations with the tag: EGYPT. Navy
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- Egypt Eyes Naval ESM Upgrade.
Rivers, Brendan P. // Journal of Electronic Defense; Nov98, Vol. 21 Issue 11, p22
Reports on the upgrade of the Egyptian Navy's electronic support measures (ESM) systems for its Ramadan-Class missile craft. Equipment installed to the ships in 1995; Speculation on the offering of Sensys Technologies to the Egyptian Navy; Companies that will bid for the project.
- Under Israeli pressure, Germany mum on submarine sales to Egypt.
Rivers, Brendan P. // Geo-Strategy Direct; 9/19/2012, p4
The article reports that the German government is still quiet concerning its alleged involvement in a deal with Egyptian Navy to buy the Type 209 submarine in 2012.
- AFRICA'S INDIAN OCEAN NAVIES.
DeSilva-Ranasinghe, Sergei // Naval Forces; 2013, Vol. 34 Issue 6, p56
The article focuses on Africa's Indian Ocean Navies and Coast Guards. Topics discussed include modernization as an indicative of maritime security awareness of the African Indian Ocean, threats of maritime terrorism such as suicide-attack by Al Qaeda on the oil tanker MV "Limburg" in 2002, the...
- Egypt to Upgrade Air Defense, Naval Radars.
Puttre, Michael // Journal of Electronic Defense; May2001, Vol. 24 Issue 5, p22
Reports on Egypt's upgrade of its AN/TPS-59M/34 air defense radars. Features of the radars; Egyptian Navy's awarding of a contract to Alenia Marconi Systems for upgrade and refurbishment of radar systems; Specifics of the upgrade; Alenia Marconi's other upgrade programs with the Egyptian Army.
- Egypt orders 2 Type 209 advanced submarines from Germany.
Puttre, Michael // Geo-Strategy Direct; 9/12/2012, p14
The article reports on an agreement signed by the Egyptian government to acquire two Type 209 electric-diesel submarines, produced by German company ThyssenKrupp Marine Systems, to be used by Egypt's Navy for the protection of territorial waters.
- MIDDLE EAST REPORT.
Rivers, B.; Mallegol, S. // Journal of Electronic Defense; Apr2000, Vol. 23 Issue 4, p22
Focuses on developments related to the electronic defense industries in the Middle East, current as of April 2000. Includes contenders for an attack helicopter contract in Turkey; Egyptian Navy's signing of a contract with Kollmorgen Corp. to retrofit the company's optronic mast systems into...
- MEDITERRANEAN DIALOGUE NAVIES.
Nugent, Bob; Cohen, Josh // Naval Forces; 2013, Vol. 34 Issue 4, p70
The article offers information on the modernization of the naval fleets in Mediterranean countries such as Algeria, Egypt and Jordan. It mentions that Algerian National Navy is replacing the current force of naval fleet with new frigates and corvettes. It states that Egyptian navy focusing on...
- Egypt's military believed already under Muslim Brotherhood control.
Nugent, Bob; Cohen, Josh // Geo-Strategy Direct; 5/30/2012, p19
The article focuses on the implication of the Muslim Brotherhood to military forces in Egypt. It says that mid-level and junior officers of Navy and Army are solid advocate of the objectives of Muslim Brotherhood, who are preparing to the 2014 presidential election in May 23-24. Moreover ,...
- Halter Marine to Build Ambassador IIIs For Egyptian Navy.
Preston, Antony // Sea Power; Feb2001, Vol. 44 Issue 2, p29
Reports that Halter Marine has been mandated by the Egyptian Navy to build several Ambassador Mk III fast missile patrol crafts. Features of the crafts; Terms of the deal; Customers of Halter.
- Sailor Beware -- the Anti-Ship Missile.
Braybrook, Roy // Armada International; Aug2008 Supplement, Vol. 32, p8
The article focuses on the new generation of long-range strike weapons, using a high-Mach approach, high-G manoeuvres or a near-vertical descent. The P-15 of the Egyptian Navy is presented as the first of such missiles used in combat. Other similar weapons are described used by other countries...
- COMBAT FLEETS.
Wertheim, Eric // U.S. Naval Institute Proceedings; Jan2014, Vol. 140 Issue 1, p92
The article reports developments in the naval forces of countries around the world as of January 2014. It claims that the Egyptian Navy received the first delivery of the new class of Ambassador Mk-III guided-missile patrol craft. South Korea is planning to acquire retired S-3 Viking aircraft...
- PART I: NATIONAL AND NAVY NEWS.
Wertheim, Eric // Naval Forces; 2010, Vol. 31 Issue 1, p105
The article offers world news briefs related to navies. Damen Shipyards Gorinchem has transported four tugboats to the Egyptian Navy. The Indian Navy has planned to purchase five small submarines for its Marine Commando Force. A patrol boat from North Korea has inflamed after its fire exchanges...
- KEITH JACOBS EGYPT.
Jacobs, Keith // Naval Forces; 2009, Vol. 30 Issue 1, p49
The article overview the history and development of navy forces in Egypt. Over the years, the Egyptian naval force has changed due to the changing environments and modern technology trends. It also plays significant role in several remarkable events such as Tel Aviv port closure, Naharia seaport...
- Russia promoting new attack copter to clients in SE Asia, Mideast.
Jacobs, Keith // Geo-Strategy Direct; 6/11/2014, p7
The article presents news briefs related to military technology. State-owned arms export agency Rosoboronexport is trying to export the Mi-28NE attack helicopter in the Southeast Asia and the Middle East markets. Israel Aerospace Industries Ltd. is developing a long range rocket EXTRA with high...
Jacobs, Keith // Military Technology; 2009, Vol. 33 Issue 1, p261
The article offers information on the structure of the military forces in Egypt. It offers an overview of the country's defence group which is composed of the Land Force, Navy, Air Force and Air Defence Force with the total of 64,000 active manpower working for the national security of the...
Jacobs, Keith // Military Technology; 2010, Vol. 34 Issue 1, p261
The article profiles the country Egypt emphasizing on its Armed Forces organization. Egypt has 300,000 military personnel in the Army which has several structures including two field army, two tank brigades and one infantry division. In the Navy, it has 16,000 personnel which has several fleets...