صفقة 30 مقاتلة Rafale F4 إضافية لمصر

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بل وسيزيد من الاحتقان الايام القادمه بعد عده صفقات اخري الجيش بدأ الخطه الثانيه بدري اوي عشان يفضي للتدريب والاستلام الصفقات ودمج التسليح والتطويرات الجديده المهم نحضر للرد من الان وقريبا أحضر مواجهة للهارم باذن الله عشان نضحك شويه
صفقات أية تاني ومع اي دول يقال فية صفقة صناعة مقاتلة في مصر
 

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بل وسيزيد من الاحتقان الايام القادمه بعد عده صفقات اخري الجيش بدأ الخطه الثانيه بدري اوي عشان يفضي للتدريب والاستلام الصفقات ودمج التسليح والتطويرات الجديده المهم نحضر للرد من الان وقريبا أحضر مواجهة للهارم باذن الله عشان نضحك شويه

كل الاصوات اللي بتهاجم مصر في شمال افريقيا و الخليج و غيرهم سبب هجومهم الحقيقي هو الشعور بالتهديد من صعود مصر عسكريا و اقتصاديا لكن بمجرد وصول مصر لاهدافها هيخضع الجميع للقوة و هيتسابقوا لكسب ودك و مش هتشوف منهم الا الكلام عن الاخوة و العروبة و غيرها من التفاهات
كل اللي علينا بس هو عدم الالتفات لاحد و اكمال الطريق لامتلاك القوة العسكرية و القوة الاقتصادية و هو ما يحدث الان و الباقي سيأتي تلقائيا
 

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بل وسيزيد من الاحتقان الايام القادمه بعد عده صفقات اخري الجيش بدأ الخطه الثانيه بدري اوي عشان يفضي للتدريب والاستلام الصفقات ودمج التسليح والتطويرات الجديده المهم نحضر للرد من الان وقريبا أحضر مواجهة للهارم باذن الله عشان نضحك شويه
طول ما فيه احتقان يبقي احنا ماشيين صح :LOL:
 

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طول ما فيه احتقان يبقي احنا ماشيين صح :LOL:
مبروك ميتور
May 7, 2021
Egypt, France, and Rafale deal
Egypt and France have signed a contract for the procurement of 30 more Rafale fighter jets from
Dassault Aviation in favor of the Egyptian Air Force (EAF) (*).
Reports from Cairo suggest that the Rafale deal went through multiple stages of negotiations,
and that the Egyptian side insisted on the delivery of MBDA’s Meteor beyond-visual-range air-to-
air missiles (BVRAAM) with the Rafale fighters (**).
The United States and Israel had objected to the delivery of Meteor missiles to the EAF, to
preserve Israel’s qualitative military edge (QME).
The US side was actually more concerned with Egypt’s intended use for these missiles. In fact,
the United States Africa Command (AFRICOM) played an important role in delaying the Rafale
deal, as it was convinced that Egypt will be up to “no good” after receiving such missiles.
Nevertheless, the deal went through, and the 30 Rafale fighters will be delivered with Meteor
missiles.
Egypt received a discount on the 30 Rafales, which was crucial in persuading the Egyptian
government to acquire more of these fighters.
France has also agreed to refurbish, maintain and upgrade the EAF’s Rafale fleet.
The 24 old Rafale fighters willreceive software upgrades as well as further enhancements to ward
off electronic warfare (EW).
Egypt also signed a memorandum of cooperation (MoC) with Dassault Aviation that includes the
establishment of a maintenance and training unit in Egypt, which will be in charge of training EAF
engineers on maintaining and repairing Rafale fighters.
The unit will also help integrate the Rafale fighter command software into the Egyptian air
command. Egypt is planning on integrating various fighter systems in one unified command
software, since the EAF possesses various types of fighter jets with different and incompatible
internal softwares.
Egypt is rumored to be developing its own integration software for its various fighters. This
software will be unveiled during the opening of the Octagon, the new headquarters of Egypt’s
Ministry of Defense.
(*) See: Egypt, France and talks of possible Rafale deal
(**) See: Egypt Air Force, interest in Meteor missiles
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مبروك ميتور
May 7, 2021
Egypt, France, and Rafale deal
Egypt and France have signed a contract for the procurement of 30 more Rafale fighter jets from
Dassault Aviation in favor of the Egyptian Air Force (EAF) (*).
Reports from Cairo suggest that the Rafale deal went through multiple stages of negotiations,
and that the Egyptian side insisted on the delivery of MBDA’s Meteor beyond-visual-range air-to-
air missiles (BVRAAM) with the Rafale fighters (**).
The United States and Israel had objected to the delivery of Meteor missiles to the EAF, to
preserve Israel’s qualitative military edge (QME).
The US side was actually more concerned with Egypt’s intended use for these missiles. In fact,
the United States Africa Command (AFRICOM) played an important role in delaying the Rafale
deal, as it was convinced that Egypt will be up to “no good” after receiving such missiles.
Nevertheless, the deal went through, and the 30 Rafale fighters will be delivered with Meteor
missiles.
Egypt received a discount on the 30 Rafales, which was crucial in persuading the Egyptian
government to acquire more of these fighters.
France has also agreed to refurbish, maintain and upgrade the EAF’s Rafale fleet.
The 24 old Rafale fighters willreceive software upgrades as well as further enhancements to ward
off electronic warfare (EW).
Egypt also signed a memorandum of cooperation (MoC) with Dassault Aviation that includes the
establishment of a maintenance and training unit in Egypt, which will be in charge of training EAF
engineers on maintaining and repairing Rafale fighters.
The unit will also help integrate the Rafale fighter command software into the Egyptian air
command. Egypt is planning on integrating various fighter systems in one unified command
software, since the EAF possesses various types of fighter jets with different and incompatible
internal softwares.
Egypt is rumored to be developing its own integration software for its various fighters. This
software will be unveiled during the opening of the Octagon, the new headquarters of Egypt’s
Ministry of Defense.
(*) See: Egypt, France and talks of possible Rafale deal
(**) See: Egypt Air Force, interest in Meteor missiles
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ميتور و تطوير ال 24 رافال :oops::oops:
 

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صفقه فرنسا مش هتعدي بالساهل خالص علي فكره فيها حاجات كتيره واسعار ممتازه جدا وده باين جدا من رده فعل الطليان عاملين مناحه بس مش هيبقي زي الخرفان والعربان طبعا هما لسه في مرحله الصدمه
 

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مبروك ميتور
May 7, 2021
Egypt, France, and Rafale deal
Egypt and France have signed a contract for the procurement of 30 more Rafale fighter jets from
Dassault Aviation in favor of the Egyptian Air Force (EAF) (*).
Reports from Cairo suggest that the Rafale deal went through multiple stages of negotiations,
and that the Egyptian side insisted on the delivery of MBDA’s Meteor beyond-visual-range air-to-
air missiles (BVRAAM) with the Rafale fighters (**).
The United States and Israel had objected to the delivery of Meteor missiles to the EAF, to
preserve Israel’s qualitative military edge (QME).
The US side was actually more concerned with Egypt’s intended use for these missiles. In fact,
the United States Africa Command (AFRICOM) played an important role in delaying the Rafale
deal, as it was convinced that Egypt will be up to “no good” after receiving such missiles.
Nevertheless, the deal went through, and the 30 Rafale fighters will be delivered with Meteor
missiles.
Egypt received a discount on the 30 Rafales, which was crucial in persuading the Egyptian
government to acquire more of these fighters.
France has also agreed to refurbish, maintain and upgrade the EAF’s Rafale fleet.
The 24 old Rafale fighters willreceive software upgrades as well as further enhancements to ward
off electronic warfare (EW).
Egypt also signed a memorandum of cooperation (MoC) with Dassault Aviation that includes the
establishment of a maintenance and training unit in Egypt, which will be in charge of training EAF
engineers on maintaining and repairing Rafale fighters.
The unit will also help integrate the Rafale fighter command software into the Egyptian air
command. Egypt is planning on integrating various fighter systems in one unified command
software, since the EAF possesses various types of fighter jets with different and incompatible
internal softwares.
Egypt is rumored to be developing its own integration software for its various fighters. This
software will be unveiled during the opening of the Octagon, the new headquarters of Egypt’s
Ministry of Defense.
(*) See: Egypt, France and talks of possible Rafale deal
(**) See: Egypt Air Force, interest in Meteor missiles
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مبروك ميتور
May 7, 2021
Egypt, France, and Rafale deal
Egypt and France have signed a contract for the procurement of 30 more Rafale fighter jets from
Dassault Aviation in favor of the Egyptian Air Force (EAF) (*).
Reports from Cairo suggest that the Rafale deal went through multiple stages of negotiations,
and that the Egyptian side insisted on the delivery of MBDA’s Meteor beyond-visual-range air-to-
air missiles (BVRAAM) with the Rafale fighters (**).
The United States and Israel had objected to the delivery of Meteor missiles to the EAF, to
preserve Israel’s qualitative military edge (QME).
The US side was actually more concerned with Egypt’s intended use for these missiles. In fact,
the United States Africa Command (AFRICOM) played an important role in delaying the Rafale
deal, as it was convinced that Egypt will be up to “no good” after receiving such missiles.
Nevertheless, the deal went through, and the 30 Rafale fighters will be delivered with Meteor
missiles.
Egypt received a discount on the 30 Rafales, which was crucial in persuading the Egyptian
government to acquire more of these fighters.
France has also agreed to refurbish, maintain and upgrade the EAF’s Rafale fleet.
The 24 old Rafale fighters willreceive software upgrades as well as further enhancements to ward
off electronic warfare (EW).
Egypt also signed a memorandum of cooperation (MoC) with Dassault Aviation that includes the
establishment of a maintenance and training unit in Egypt, which will be in charge of training EAF
engineers on maintaining and repairing Rafale fighters.
The unit will also help integrate the Rafale fighter command software into the Egyptian air
command. Egypt is planning on integrating various fighter systems in one unified command
software, since the EAF possesses various types of fighter jets with different and incompatible
internal softwares.
Egypt is rumored to be developing its own integration software for its various fighters. This
software will be unveiled during the opening of the Octagon, the new headquarters of Egypt’s
Ministry of Defense.
(*) See: Egypt, France and talks of possible Rafale deal
(**) See: Egypt Air Force, interest in Meteor missiles
Warning! This material is for personal use only. No publishing or reproduction is allowed.
Visit Tactical Report or send us an email to info@tacticalreport.com
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يقول موقع Tactical Report بان تأخير عقد صفقة الرافال الاضافية بين الجانبين المصري والفرنسي الفترة السابقة كان ورائها امريكا وإسرائيل بسبب عدم رغبتهم في حصول مصر على صواريخ الجوجو بعيدة المدى ميتيور للحفاظ على تفوق اسرائيل الجوي والتقني
كما ستقوم فرنسا بتطوير 24 مقاتلة مصرية رافال التي في الخدمة وانشاء مركز صيانة وتدريب بمصر

يقول الموقع بان مصر ستحصل على صواريخ ميتيور مع صفقة ال30 رافال الاضافية

وسيتم تطوير مقاتلات رافال التي في الخدمة لتصبح قادرة على تشغيل الصاروخ هى الاخرى
 

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