View post tag: MPA The US State Department has approved the potential sale of six P-8A patrol aircraft to the Republic of Korea under an estimated $2.1 billion contract.South Korea’s decision to pick Boeing’s P-8A Poseidon as its new maritime patrol aircraft was made known in June this year. The P-8A would replace the fleet of P-3C Orion MPAs which entered service in the 1990s.In addition to the six aircraft, the $2.1b figure includes multifunctional information distribution system joint tactical radio systems for each aircraft and tactical operations centers (TOC).Also included are GPS/Inertial Navigations Systems (EGIs), AN/AAR-54 missile warning sensors, commercial engines, tactical open mission software (TOMS), electro-optical (EO) and infrared (IO) MX-20HD, the AN/AAQ-2(V)1 acoustic system, AN/APY-10 radar, ALQ-240 electronic support measures, AN/ALE-47 countermeasures dispensing system, in addition to support equipment and training and operations assistance.Should the deal be finalized, the Republic of Korea will become the seventh nation to operate the Boeing-built P-8A Poseidon, joining the US, Australia, the UK, Norway and India. New Zealand is the most recent P-8A customer, having announced a NZD2.346 billion contract for the acquisition of four aircraft in July this year.Boeing’s aircraft was selected over those proposed by Airbus and Saab who had also shown interest in the South Korean MPA contract.The P-8A is a derivative of a modified Boeing 737-800ERX airliner, featuring a high-bypass turbo fan jet engine with a fully connected, open architecture mission system. The armament of the Poseidon consists of five internal and six external stations for AGM-84H/K SLAM-ER, AGM-84 Harpoon, Mark 54 torpedo, and a High Altitude Anti-Submarine Warfare Weapon system among others.Development of the P-8A program was started in June 2004 when the US Navy selected the Boeing multimission maritime aircraft, 737 MMA, as the best successor to the P-3C Orion maritime patrol aircraft View post tag: ROK Navy View post tag: Poseidon P-8A Photo: US Navy file photo of a P-8A Poseidon MPA Share this article
Cricket News Asghar Afghan axed as Afghanistan skipper, Gulbadin Naib to lead side for ICC Cricket World CupPosted on by
The move to replace Asghar Afghan is indeed surprising considering the amount of success he has had as captain. His major contribution was in Afghanistan winning the ICC Cricket World Cup qualifier tournament in 2018 which was held in Zimbabwe. Afghanistan defeated West Indies in the final as they sealed their spots for the ICC Cricket World Cup 2019. Asghar Afghan, who was earlier known as Asghar Stanikzai, captained in 56 matches and secured wins in 33 games.For Naib, who has played 52 ODIs, this will be the first time that he will captain Afghanistan any format. The departure of Asghar Afghan marks the end of a wonderful period when he helped Afghanistan to many memorable victories. In the one-off Test against Ireland at the Rajiv Gandhi International Stadium in Dehradun, Rahmat Shah’s 98 and 76 along with Asghar Afghan’s 67, which included six fours and four sixes, helped Afghanistan create history by winning their first-ever Test by seven wickets.Afghanistan has still not announced their ICC Cricket World Cup 2019 squad. The side, who won a game in the 2015 ICC Cricket World Cup by beating Scotland by one wicket at the University Oval in Dunedin, will open their World Cup campaign against five-time champions Australia at Bristol on June 1. Afghanistan will open the World Cup campaign against Australia on June 1 in Bristol.Rahmat Shah, who hit 98 and 76 vs Ireland, will be the Test captain.Rashid Khan will be the Twenty20 skipper for Afghanistan. For all the Latest Sports News News, Cricket News News, Download News Nation Android and iOS Mobile Apps. New Delhi: The Afghanistan Cricket Board has announced a surprising decision with just over one and a half months to go for the ICC Cricket World Cup 2019 with Asghar Afghan, who led the side for four years after taking over the captaincy from Mohammad Nabi in 2015, being replaced by Gulbadin Naib. This, in effect, means Naib will lead the Afghanistan cricket team for the ICC Cricket World Cup 2019 which will be held in England starting from May 30. Taking to the official Twitter handle of the Afghanistan Cricket Board, the organisation in a press conference announced these details on their timeline.The Afghanistan Cricket Board (ACB) announced split captaincy for all three formats, with Naib being the ODI captain and Rashid Khan being the vice-captain. In the Twenty20 format, Rashid will be the captain while Shafiqullah Shinwari will be the vice-captain. In Tests, Rahmat Shah, who played a starring role in the game against Ireland in Dehradun, has been appointed as the new skipper with Hashmat Shahidi the new vice-captain. highlights
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