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[Japan] Jepang Tambah 2 Destro Aegis
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Japan Plans to Strengthen Defenses by Acquiring 2 Additional Aegis Destroyers
The Japanese Defense Ministry has expressed its plans to supplement its six existing Kongo and Atago class destroyers with two additional units, which like their predecessors will also feature the Aegis system.

Japan currently has four Kongo class destroyers, which are roughly based on the Arleigh Burke class and two improved versions known as the Atago class. The Kongo class ships were commissioned between 1993 and 1998 and the Atago class between 2007 and 2008.

The two new ships will be fitted with hit-to-kill SM-3 missiles to defend against ballistic missile attacks. Both the current SM-3 Block 1A and the next-generation SM-3 Block IIA, a joint development between Japan and the United States, will be integrated.

The SM-3 Block IIA recently completed its design phase and is expected to be available for testing in 2015. The new version will feature the ability to intercept longer-range ballistic missiles and from further out than is currently possible with the existing SM-3 Block 1A/B.

Japan is also looking at introducing the ground-based version of the SM-3 in addition to the naval version. Also under consideration is the Terminal High Altitude Area Defense (THAAD) missile system which has already been purchased by the United Arab Emirates in 2011.

Both system would complement the current Patriot Advanced Capability 3 (PAC-3) missile units in Japan, which have a much shorter range than the longer-ranged SM-3 and THAAD that can cover a greater area.

The new plans are the latest in a long line of recent moves that seek to comprehensively increase Japan's military strength against countries in the region such as North Korea and especially against China with which Japan is involved in an ongoing territorial dispute regarding the Senkaku / Diaoyu Islands.
[url=The Japanese Defense Ministry has expressed its plans to supplement its six existing Kongo and Atago class destroyers with two additional units, which like their predecessors will also feature the Aegis system.

Japan currently has four Kongo class destroyers, which are roughly based on the Arleigh Burke class and two improved versions known as the Atago class. The Kongo class ships were commissioned between 1993 and 1998 and the Atago class between 2007 and 2008.

The two new ships will be fitted with hit-to-kill SM-3 missiles to defend against ballistic missile attacks. Both the current SM-3 Block 1A and the next-generation SM-3 Block IIA, a joint development between Japan and the United States, will be integrated.

The SM-3 Block IIA recently completed its design phase and is expected to be available for testing in 2015. The new version will feature the ability to intercept longer-range ballistic missiles and from further out than is currently possible with the existing SM-3 Block 1A/B.

Japan is also looking at introducing the ground-based version of the SM-3 in addition to the naval version. Also under consideration is the Terminal High Altitude Area Defense (THAAD) missile system which has already been purchased by the United Arab Emirates in 2011.

Both system would complement the current Patriot Advanced Capability 3 (PAC-3) missile units in Japan, which have a much shorter range than the longer-ranged SM-3 and THAAD that can cover a greater area.

The new plans are the latest in a long line of recent moves that seek to comprehensively increase Japan's military strength against countries in the region such as North Korea and especially against China with which Japan is involved in an ongoing territorial dispute regarding the Senkaku / Diaoyu Islands.
[url=The Japanese Defense Ministry has expressed its plans to supplement its six existing Kongo and Atago class destroyers with two additional units, which like their predecessors will also feature the Aegis system.

Japan currently has four Kongo class destroyers, which are roughly based on the Arleigh Burke class and two improved versions known as the Atago class. The Kongo class ships were commissioned between 1993 and 1998 and the Atago class between 2007 and 2008.

The two new ships will be fitted with hit-to-kill SM-3 missiles to defend against ballistic missile attacks. Both the current SM-3 Block 1A and the next-generation SM-3 Block IIA, a joint development between Japan and the United States, will be integrated.

The SM-3 Block IIA recently completed its design phase and is expected to be available for testing in 2015. The new version will feature the ability to intercept longer-range ballistic missiles and from further out than is currently possible with the existing SM-3 Block 1A/B.

Japan is also looking at introducing the ground-based version of the SM-3 in addition to the naval version. Also under consideration is the Terminal High Altitude Area Defense (THAAD) missile system which has already been purchased by the United Arab Emirates in 2011.

Both system would complement the current Patriot Advanced Capability 3 (PAC-3) missile units in Japan, which have a much shorter range than the longer-ranged SM-3 and THAAD that can cover a greater area.

The new plans are the latest in a long line of recent moves that seek to comprehensively increase Japan's military strength against countries in the region such as North Korea and especially against China with which Japan is involved in an ongoing territorial dispute regarding the Senkaku / Diaoyu Islands.
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Prepare to sino-japan war.....

Belum bisalah JMSDF menandingi PLA Navy kalau cuman nambah 2 aeigis destroyer. Wong aegis destroyer cinak masih lebih banyak kok.
Quote:Original Posted By ijkt123
Belum bisalah JMSDF menandingi PLA Navy kalau cuman nambah 2 aeigis destroyer. Wong aegis destroyer cinak masih lebih banyak kok.


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ada ya ??????
Quote:Original Posted By ijkt123
Belum bisalah JMSDF menandingi PLA Navy kalau cuman nambah 2 aeigis destroyer. Wong aegis destroyer cinak masih lebih banyak kok.


waitt, WHAT ??
Quote:Original Posted By princeville


emoticon-Matabelo
ada ya ??????


Bukan ada lagi, tapi banyak. Ada 9 kalo ga salah.
Belum lagi kapal induk dan LPD nya.
Quote:Original Posted By invalidface


waitt, WHAT ??


e eh. napah? kok kagets?

Trus jepang mau nandingin pake apa? emoticon-Big Grin
Hahaha, destro jadi2an
Quote:Original Posted By ijkt123
Belum bisalah JMSDF menandingi PLA Navy kalau cuman nambah 2 aeigis destroyer. Wong aegis destroyer cinak masih lebih banyak kok.


Emang sejak kapan PLAN pake AEGIS? emoticon-Bingung (S):

Setau gw type 052C bahkan D ga pake Aegis
Gan merkapa mana ya?
Quote:Original Posted By ijkt123


Bukan ada lagi, tapi banyak. Ada 9 kalo ga salah.
Belum lagi kapal induk dan LPD nya.


AEGIS COMBAT SYSTEM ?????
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Quote:Original Posted By ijkt123


Bukan ada lagi, tapi banyak. Ada 9 kalo ga salah.
Belum lagi kapal induk dan LPD nya.


Apa aja 9 itu?
Kapal induknya banyak juga gitu?
LPD nya banyak juga gitu?

Klo penduduk sih iya Cina emang banyak
Quote:Original Posted By princeville


emoticon-Matabelo
ada ya ??????


hehehehe yang punya kemampuan mirip AEGIS kali kamsudnya....
Quote:Original Posted By ijkt123


e eh. napah? kok kagets?

Trus jepang mau nandingin pake apa? emoticon-Big Grin


ada source kalo kapal PLAN pake AEGIS ?

bold: bakar menyan panggil Mado dan Merkapa emoticon-Ngacir
Quote:Original Posted By r3zam4n


hehehehe yang punya kemampuan mirip AEGIS kali kamsudnya....


iya kali emoticon-Big Grin
Quote:Original Posted By ijkt123
Belum bisalah JMSDF menandingi PLA Navy kalau cuman nambah 2 aeigis destroyer. Wong aegis destroyer cinak masih lebih banyak kok.


ckckck, kemampuan AL-jepang dibawah AL-china??emoticon-Hammer
menurut gw, sampai skr kemampuan AL china masih di bawah jepang dan justru china yg sedang mati-matian meningkatkan kekuatan lautnya agar sama dengan jepang dan us...emoticon-Big Grin
china punya aegis??emoticon-Big Grinemoticon-Bingung (S)emoticon-Malu (S)
china.......negara baru naik daun 20 terakhir aja uda banyak bgt yg gadang2 bisa ngalahin jepang+us dll emoticon-Hammer , pdhl jepang uda puluhan tahun disebut2 memiliki AL-terkuat di asia emoticon-Embarrassment
Quote:Original Posted By r3zam4n


hehehehe yang punya kemampuan mirip AEGIS kali kamsudnya....


Gw rasa jg gitu. Tapi klaim selevel Aegis system ya mesti dikaji dulu. Selain aegis, destroyer jepang semuanya khan masih sodaraan sama AB class yg dari tonase aja 40% lbh berat dari Type 052D PLAN. Blom lg jumlah armaments, blom lg hi-profile weaponry model SM-3 missiles. Ya ga bs dianggep remeh juga meski populasi baru 6 ekor (2 atago + 4 kongo) menuju 8 ekor dengan tambahan 2 ekor lagi.
Quote:Original Posted By dika160507


ckckck, kemampuan AL-jepang dibawah AL-china??emoticon-Hammer
menurut gw, sampai skr kemampuan AL china masih di bawah jepang dan justru china yg sedang mati-matian meningkatkan kekuatan lautnya agar sama dengan jepang dan us...emoticon-Big Grin
china punya aegis??emoticon-Big Grinemoticon-Bingung (S)emoticon-Malu (S)
china.......negara baru naik daun 20 terakhir aja uda banyak bgt yg gadang2 bisa ngalahin jepang+us dll emoticon-Hammer , pdhl jepang uda puluhan tahun disebut2 memiliki AL-terkuat di asia emoticon-Embarrassment



Gimana bisa seh? AL Jepang lebih unggul?

China punya :
1 kapal induk liaoning, jepang ga punya
9 Aegis, jepang cuman berapa?
kapal selam nuclear, jepang ga punya.

Dan jumlah submarine, destroyer dsb china jauh lebih banyak dari jepang.

Heran deh kalau AL JEpang bisa di klaim lebih unggul?

Dasar nya apa seh? emoticon-Big Grin
Quote:Original Posted By clay.keys


Gw rasa jg gitu. Tapi klaim selevel Aegis system ya mesti dikaji dulu. Selain aegis, destroyer jepang semuanya khan masih sodaraan sama AB class yg dari tonase aja 40% lbh berat dari Type 052D PLAN. Blom lg jumlah armaments, blom lg hi-profile weaponry model SM-3 missiles. Ya ga bs dianggep remeh juga meski populasi baru 6 ekor (2 atago + 4 kongo) menuju 8 ekor dengan tambahan 2 ekor lagi.


kan katanya udah Aegis, selevel atau engga dengan yang buatan Lockheed ga perduli emoticon-Big Grin, yg penting pake kata 'Aegis', gue curiga jangan-jangan yg bener 'Alexis'
Quote:Original Posted By invalidface


ada source kalo kapal PLAN pake AEGIS ?

bold: bakar menyan panggil Mado dan Merkapa emoticon-Ngacir


http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Type_05...se_.22Aegis.22
Quote:Original Posted By ijkt123



Gimana bisa seh? AL Jepang lebih unggul?

China punya :
1 kapal induk liaoning, jepang ga punya
9 Aegis, jepang cuman berapa?
kapal selam nuclear, jepang ga punya.

Dan jumlah submarine, destroyer dsb china jauh lebih banyak dari jepang.

Heran deh kalau AL JEpang bisa di klaim lebih unggul?

Dasar nya apa seh? emoticon-Big Grin


Dasarnya AL Jepang lebih unggul

Teknologi, jumlah main combatant surface vessel yang lebih besar ketimbang China, Sea-Denial Capability yang lebih baik, dan pelatihan SDM yang top-notch dan yang mesti diingat mereka juga punya industrial base capability yang top notch juga dan riset teknologi yang bagus. emoticon-siul:
Quote:Original Posted By ijkt123


http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Type_05...se_.22Aegis.22


Quote:Original Posted By http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Type_052D_destroyer#Chinese_.22Aegis.22

Chinese "Aegis"

Chinese military, diplomatic, and media circles informally designate the Type 052D as "Zhonghuashendun / 中华神盾 Aegis". The new destroyer is equipped with a flat-array AESA radar, a 64-cell VLS and modern long-range anti-air missiles. The destroyer is expected to have capabilities approaching those of a US Navy Arleigh Burke-class destroyer.[29]]


Quote:Original Posted By http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Aegis_Combat_System

The Aegis Combat System is an integrated naval weapons system developed by the Missile and Surface Radar Division of RCA, and now produced by Lockheed Martin. It uses powerful computers and radars to track and guide weapons to destroy enemy targets.

Initially used by the United States Navy, Aegis is now used also by the Japan Maritime Self-Defense Force, Spanish Navy, Royal Norwegian Navy, and Republic of Korea Navy. Over 100 Aegis-equipped ships have been deployed in five navies worldwide. The Royal Australian Navy has selected the Aegis system for placement on its new Air Warfare Destroyers, and its part of NATO's European missile defence system.


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