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Novi britanski nosaci aviona

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Porasli troskovi programa za 25 %

Rubrika izdvajamo Smile

Citat:According to the memo, the cost of the two 65,000-ton carriers - Queen Elizabeth and Prince of Wales - is expected to increase from GBP3.9 billion to about GBP5 billion.

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Queen Elizabeth Class Aircraft Carrier

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Sa 65.000 t najblizi je po deplasmanu Ruskom nosacu aviona "Admiral Kuznjecov".
Sporiji je, ali nosi vise aviona.
To je donekle i logicno, jer ce biti novije proizvodnje, a sami avioni koje nosi su manji.

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Telegraph:

Cena nosača će se utrostručiti. Izgelda da odustaju od verzije sa standardnim poletanjem i sledanjem i uzimaju "jump-jet" verziju F-35.
Prvobitno je i trebalo da bude VTOL/STOL verzija F-35, ali so onda hteli standardnu ap su morali da prepravljaju dizajn nosača, sad izgelda su se zajebali u proračunu jer nemaju 300 miliona funti godišnje u narednih 6 godina za topa sad ponovo prepravljaju dizajn - u prvobitni...

Citat:Cost of refitting Royal Navy aircraft carrier trebles

The costs of refitting a Royal Navy aircraft carrier so it can be used by a new generation of fighter jets have more than trebled, defence sources have told The Daily Telegraph.

Estimates for adapting HMS Prince of Wales so that it can be used by the Joint Strike Fighter are understood have risen from £500 million to £1.8 billion.

Millions have already been spent on studies to look at how to convert the ship after ministers decided to scrap the jump-jet variant of the plane in favour of a conventional take-off and landing model. But so great is the rise in total costs, ministers are considering abandoning the plan and reverting to the Ministry of Defence’s original proposals.

Philip Hammond, the Defence Secretary, believes there is not enough money in the budget to afford the £300 million a year to carry out the work over six years.

“We are certainly looking at what’s affordable and what can be done in terms of risk and cost,” said an MoD official. “If you have an unaffordable programme you cannot ignore it.” The move is likely to be embarrassing for the Government as the changes were at the heart of the Strategic Defence and Security Review in 2010. It will also heighten criticism of the Government for disbanding the fleet of Harrier jets and selling them to US Marine Corps for “peanuts”.

Under the new plans, the Government is expected to choose the jump-jet version of the JSF, even though the take-off and landing model can fly further and carry more bombs.
The decision will also mean an end to plans for joint-carrier operations with French and American ships as they are only equipped to handle conventional fighters. To take off and land on HMS Prince of Wales, the vessel needed to be fitted with a catapult system to launch the aircraft and a “trap” to slow planes down and stop them when they land.

The MoD has earmarked up to £80 million for the conversion feasibility study and half the money has been spent.

Pressure is mounting on ministers to make a decision because of the time it will take to refit the carrier. More than 200 Navy sailors and fliers are about to begin training on US and French carriers to ensure the British ships have qualified crews when launched. Mr Hammond’s decision, expected at the end of this month, could be helped after manufacturers said technical problems with the jump-jet fighter were largely resolved.

An MoD spokesman said: “We are currently finalising the 2012-13 budget and balancing the equipment plan. As part of this process, we are reviewing all programmes, including elements of the carrier strike programme, to validate costs and ensure risks are properly managed.”

The MoD has spent $2 billion on the JSF development costs and plans to buy 138 more at almost $90 million each.

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Queen Elizabeth

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Stariji ali legendaran

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Polako napreduje.....
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Slika se moze naci i na wiki Smile

Arrow http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Queen_Elizabeth-class_aircraft_carrie

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Does anybody still need aircraft carriers?

Arrow http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/magazine-18237029

Getting carried away: Britain’s new aircraft carriers

Arrow http://www.aspistrategist.org.au/getting-carried-a.....-carriers/

i jos jedan


Aircraft carrier costs will be half what you think, US tells ministers

Arrow http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/uknews/defence/916.....sters.html

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