Mar 182017
 

T-50 Korea Selatan

Irak pada hari Kamis (16/03) menerima pengiriman batch pertama pesawat tempur T-50 Golden Eagle dari Korea Selatan.

Komandan Angkatan Udara Irak Anwar Hamma tidak mengungkapkan berapa unit batch pertama T-50i yang diterima Irak, hanya menyatakan T-50 dikirimkan dengan semua peralatan tambahan, termasuk pilot dan teknisi Irak yang sebelumnya menjalani pelatihan di Korea Selatan.

Irak dan Korea Selatan menandatangani kesepakatan pembelian 24 unit pesawat tempur latih serang T-50 pada tahun 2013. Sesuai kontrak seharusnnya T-50 dikirimkan pada April 2016 namun tertunda sampai awal tahun 2017.

Anwar Hamma mengatakan jet tempur T-50 akan segera bergabung dengan militer Irak dan secepatnya akan dikirimkan untuk melakukan serangan udara terhadap militan ISIS.

Iraqinews.com
Editor : Muhidin

  52 Responses to “Baru Diterima, T-50 Irak Akan Langsung Bekerja Keras”

  1. ikut dong

  2. “apa luh petantang-petenteng liat2 gua”

    cuma nyampein salam dari Tejas terkait foto diatas

  3. Irak belinya banyak gk ngeteng kaya…..

  4. bagi para warjagers dimohon kehati-hatiannya dalam membaca komen
    karena mulai bermunculannya komen-komen KW.

    Terima kasih.

  5. .
    Mantap dech Irak
    Bravo aja semangat lawan Isis nya 🙂

  6. Terus pasang jeroanya biar gahar bang.., udh jelas itu K-pop..bukan Bollywood.

  7. Kalo yg ini kebalikan yg dibeli Indonesia. Kalo Irak beli seri T (Trainer) yg dipaksa jd utk peswat F (Fighter). Kalo Indonesia beli yg seri F (Fighter) yg dipaksa jd pesawat T (Trainer)

  8. F-50 siap-siap betelpropen, tinggal pertarungan udaranya

  9. “Irak dan Korea Selatan menandatangani kesepakatan pembelian 24 unit pesawat tempur latih serang T-50 pada tahun 2013. Sesuai kontrak seharusnnya T-50 dikirimkan pada April 2016 namun tertunda sampai awal tahun 2017.”

    Ternyata yang telat delivery pesawat itu bukan cuma PT DI. Apapun alasannya.

    Salam

  10. Daripada beli T-50 mending beli Produk saya Aja… T-50 harga 2kali lebih mahal dari Yak-133….padahal spek cuma beda sedikit.. atau sekalian beliin Su-27 Harganya sama dengan T-50 Tapi kemampuan beda jauh… tapi Su-27 biaya Terbang lebih mahal daripada T-50…

    • sudah masuk itung2an apa yg didowngrade belom?

      • Tergantung permintaan pembelinya…

        • permintaan pembeli apa takut teknologinya diketahui barat dan disiapkan antidotnya?

          • Tergantung negara yang pesan jika negara itu sekutu atau teman dekat Amerika pasti di Downgrade..

          • lalu kenapa di era perang dingin rusia atau dulunya soviet selalu mengekspor persenjataan ke negara2 sekutunya di eropa timur dan negara2 bagian soviet dgn alutsista downgrade
            T-72 versi M misalnya atau keengganan rusia mengekspor T-80 ke negara2 eropa timur yg akn jadi garis depan jika pd3 pecah.
            padahal kan sekutu dekat satu ideologi

          • Karena saya Takut kalau Teknologi Produk saya jatuh Ke tangan Barat..dan jika kita tdk mendowgrade produk itu dan jika produk itu jatuh di tangan barat maka Akan di Ciptakan Anti Dotnya

        • Giliran saya yg nanya….Apa kelebihan Produk anda daripada produk Lain….?

    • The T-50 / A-50 “Golden Eagle” is an advanced supersonic trainer and light strike-capable aircraft platform produced jointly by the South Korean firm of Korean Aerospace Industries (KAI) and the American firm of Lockheed Martin. The resulting design is a highly modified derivative of the Lockheed Martin (formerly General Dynamics) F-16 “Fighting Falcon”, of which KAI license-builds as the “KF-16” (the wing shape and single rudder design are apparent). The Golden Eagle twin-seat trainer has been procured in limited numbers with the South Korean Air Force.
      The T-50 family was developed to replace a slew of active, though aging, platforms for the South Korean Air Force. More importantly, the involvement by Lockheed Martin ensured that the American company would assist in developing a next-generation advanced trainer capable of instructing a new crop of fighter pilots – particularly those that may end up in the cockpits of the Lockheed F-22 Raptor, Lockheed F-35 Lightning II, French Dassault Rafale and the European consortium Eurofighter Typhoon aircraft. Much like the F-16 Fighting Falcon before it, the T-50 features a large glass canopy (the pilots seated in tandem), a single large-area vertical tail fin and a single turbofan powerplant in the General Electric F404 series. The system’s developmental funding was split between the two participating firms with the government of South Korea taking on all remaining costs. The prototype recorded its first flight on August 20th, 2002. Prior to, the entire F-50 program suffered through financial setbacks before coming back on track. The T-50 was formally introduced into service on February 22nd, 2002. It has since been adopted by the Indonesian Air Force as well beginning in 2013 (16 aircraft – 12 T-50s and 4 x TA-50s). Production of T-50 aircraft began in 2001 and is ongoing as of this writing (2013).
      South Korea manages a stable of 102 aircraft made up of 50 x T-50s, 10 x T-50Bs, 22 x TA-50s and 20 x FA-50 (the latter on order as of 2013).Initial evaluations during development saw the aircraft exceed Mach 1.0 though the design was initially estimated to achieve speeds of up to Mach 1.5. The engine provides full afterburning capabilities which supply short bursts of speed to the aircraft – maximum speed being 1,100 miles per hour at 10,000 feet. Operational range is 1,150 miles with a service ceiling of 48,000 feet. Triple-redundant, digital fly-by-wire technology is utilized for precision handling with dual controls available through both cockpits (as the T-50 can be utilized as an attack airframe or advanced trainer). The primary pilot/student resides in the front cockpit with the co-pilot/instructor in the rear. Avionics includes AN/APG-67 pulse Doppler radar (in the T-50) and EL/M-2032 advanced pulse Doppler Fire Control Radar (for the TA-50 and FA-50 marks).
      The “Golden Eagle” is marketed as an advanced trainer under the designation of T-50, as a “fighter lead-in” platform under the TA-50 designation and as a light strike-capable variant under the FA-50 designation. These aircraft differ from one another mostly in the types of internal systems installed to achieve the desired mission role. The trainer does not mount the internal cannon nor advanced radar while the FA-50 is designed for day-and-night operations. The TA-50 is an in-between design combining the applications of both aircraft. All variants feature seating for two. The T-50B is a highly-specialized, high performance aerobatic demonstrator developed exclusively for the eight-aircraft-strong South Korean “Black Eagles” 53rd Air Demonstration Group.In the armed strike role, the Golden Eagle can be outfitted with various conventional munitions to suit mission requirements. A standard internal 20mm General Dynamics A-50 gatling gun (a three-barreled version of the M61 Vulcan) is provided for close-in work as are rail-launchers along each wingtip for the AIM-9 Sidewinder short-range air-to-air missile. Additionally, the aircraft can field a variety of underwing ordnance as well as external fuel tanks. Ordnance options include air-to-air missiles, air-to-surface missiles (including the AGM-65 Maverick), unguided rocket pods, general purpose drop bombs, cluster bombs and precision-guided drop bombs.In May of 2013 it was announced that South Korea will procure an additional 40 TA-50 strike aircraft. The added production will allow an extended lease on life for the T-50 series as a whole, ensuring production lines remain open until 2016. The T-50 is in play for the USAF T-X program, the branch’s search to find its new advanced trainer.
      South Korea failed to interest both Singapore and Israel in their T-50 mount. Possible sales are noted to the Botswana, Chile and the Philippines. Update January 2014 – The Iraqi Air Force has elected to procure the KAI T-50 as light attack fighters in a 24-strong order. Deliveries are expected to begin in April of 2016 and end by 2017. The Iraqi model in question will follow the FA-50 design and its multi-role qualities while flying under the local “T-50IQ” designation for the IAF.
      February 2016 – Lockheed Martin will propose a modernized T-50A for the United States Air Force’s K-X advanced trainer competition. Two T-50A aircraft will be submitted for consideration.
      First deliveries to the Philippines were in November of 2015, these brought to the 7th Tactical Fighter Squadron.Thailand has ordered four T-50TH advanced trainers for delivery in 2018.
      December 0215: The T-X prototype for the USAF competition was unveiled on December 17th, 2015. An aerial refueling capability has been added (which has resulted in a dorsal “hump”;) as has a large-area display in the cockpit (replacing the original five-screen arrangement). Initial testing is set to begin in 2016 with flight testing to start sometime in 2017.

      KAI T-50 / TA-50 Golden Eagle Technical Specifications

      Service Year: 2005
      Type: Advanced Jet Trainer / Light Attack Aircraft
      National Origin: South Korea
      Manufacturer(s): Korean Aerospace Industries (KAI) – South Korea / Lockheed Martin – USA
      Production Total: 82

      Structural (Crew Space, Dimensions and Weights)

      Operating Crew: 2
      Length: 42.59 feet (12.98 meters)
      Width: 30.09 feet (9.17 meters)
      Height: 15.68 feet (4.78 meters)
      Weight (Empty): 14,200 lb (6,441 kg)
      Weight (MTOW): 26,422 lb (11,985 kg)

      Installed Power and Standard Day Performance

      Engine(s): 1 x General Electric F404-102 turbofan engine developing 17,700 lb of thrust with afterburning.
      Maximum Speed: 990 mph (1,593 kph; 860 knots)
      Maximum Range: 1,150 miles (1,851 km)
      Service Ceiling: 47,999 feet (14,630 meters; 9.09 miles)

      Armament / Mission Payload

      STANDARD:1 x 20mm General Dynamics A-50 Vulcan gatling three-barrel cannon.
      2 x AIM-9 Sidewinder air-to-air missiles (wingtip mounts).
      OPTIONAL:6 x AGM-65 Maverick air-to-surface missiles
      CBU-58 Cluster Bombs
      Mk-20 Cluster Bombs
      LAU-3 Rocket Pods
      LAU-68 Rocket Pods
      Mk 82 General Purpose Bombs
      Mk 83 General Purpose Bombs
      Mk 84 General Purpose Bombs
      Guided Drop Bombs

      Global Operators / Customers

      Indonesia; Iraq; Philippines; South Korea; Thailand

      Model Variants (Including Prototypes)

      T-50 – Advanced Jet Trainer Designation; sans internal gun and radar system.
      T-50B – Designation reserved for the acrobatic mount of the Black Eagles team.
      TA-50 – “Fighter Lead-In” Attack Designation; internal 20mm cannon; air-to-air missile capability; external drop bomb capability; APG-67 radar.
      FA-50 – Light Attack Multi-Role Model; Day/Night Mission Capability; RWR, CMDS, FLIR an Tactical Data Link.
      T-50A MDS – Reserved US Military Designation should it decide to procure the T-50 platform.
      A-50 – Original designation of the FA-50.

  11. Selamat memakai jet pejuang baru…tahniah iraq

  12. Salam knal tuk warjager semuanya..

  13. Hati2 tuk pilotnya..moga gk lgsung dsengat rudalnya isis..

  14. Berarti Indonesia dapat ganti rugi apa bung? Karena datangnya ketengan, kan kemaren pt di ditagih uang keterlambatan

  15. kok gak F ya?

  16. Mengalami battle propen iki skwkw

  17. Lalaris manis juga ya is negri Kimci jualan pespurnya. Kapan ya Indonesia bs membuat dan menjual pespur jg?

  18. T-50 / FA-50 bakal teruji di palagan Irak.. Jadi pilihan bwt menggempur ISIS, pemberontak dan para gerilyawan bermanpads.. Jika sukses, slamat utk KAI

 Leave a Reply