A fleet for Brazil - Mind Map

A fleet for Brazil Mind Map
 
 
 
 

A fleet for Brazil - Mind Map

3 months ago by: BECHU
 
 
  • What kind of ships, submarines and aircrafts are the most suitable to both conquer Africa and to settle Brazil's hegemony on South America Compare and contrast, justify with characteristics or cost for each element.
    • Intro
      • Context
        • 50 billion dollars to conquer africa and dominate south america
        • Huge distance to cover
        • brazilian fleet= obsolete
        • French Navy= good example (versatile equipment)
      • Pb
      • Plan annoncement
    • Development
      • Part 1
        • ships
          • Aircraft carrier
            • Missions
              • To operate and support aircraft attacks on enemies, protect friendly forces and engage in sustained independent operations in war.
            • Why?
              • Mobile floating airport
                • as 70% sea on the globe, can deploy a variety of aircrafts anywhere
                • can embark many aicrafts
                • embarks the great french rafale (fighter jet) = deterrence+ missile launching
              • Example of the CDG:
                • small but versatile
                  • 261,50 m vs 333m for a us nimitz class
                • unlimited range (nuclear powered) so can be deployed for long missions and stay at sea
                • Capacity
                  • 30-40 aircrafts
                    • 30 to 40 Rafale Marine F3 2 E-2C Hawkeye 2 Caïman Marine 1 AS565 Panther ISR 2 AS365F Dauphin Pedro
                  • 800 commandos
                  • 500 tonnes of ammunition
                  • 1,150 ship's crew, 550 aircrew, 50 air support staff (1,950 plus short-term accommodation for 800 marines)
            • Additionals and inconvenience
              • However, needs a battlegroup: not much armament so needs to be escorted by destroyers, SSNs and
              • Current battlegroup for the cdg:
                • --> a carrier air wing, a complement composed of about 60 aircrafts: - Rafale F3 (up to 30) - E-2C Hawkeye (2) - Dauphin (3) --> one Rubis-class submarine --> two anti-submarine destroyers (currently FREMM ASM or Georges Leygues class) --> one or two anti-air destroyers (Horizon or Cassard class) --> one stealth frigate in forward patrol (usually a La Fayette class) --> one supply ship (currently a Durance-class tanker)
            • Quantity
              • 1 minimum
                • why this quantity
                  • ?
            • Cost?
              • US$ 2.83 billion
            • Transition
          • Destroyers & Frigates
            • Why?
              • Frigates and destroyers are fast, maneuverable, long-endurance warships
              • Modern destroyers use cruise missiles, automated turrets, and torpedoes. Some can launch nuclear missiles.
              • versatile
            • Missions/ types
              • Anti-submarine destroyer
                • Ex of the french FREMM (Multi Purpose Destroyers)
                  • 6,000 nmi, max +27 knots /142 m
                  • Can embark 1 MU helicopter
                  • anti ship missiles and cruise missiles
                  • Cost: US$889 million / unit
                • to fight against submarines
                  • torpedoes
                  • Jammers
              • Air-defence destroyer
                • to fight against aircrafts
                • Ex of the Chevalier Paul
                  • 7,000nmi 29kn/152.87 m
                  • surface combatant
                  • Can embark 1 MU helicopter
                  • Cost about US$800 million
              • Stealth frigate
                • patrol, surveillance role
                • Ex of lafayette
                  • 7,000 nmi 15kn /125m
                  • Cost US$466 million /unit
                  • can embark 1 MUH
            • Quantity
              • 2 units each= 4 destroyers, 2 frigates
            • Transition
          • Supply ship
            • Missions
            • Why?
              • to provide the fleet with troops, fuel, ammunition, food and water
            • Quantity
              • why this quantity
                • 1 for carrier battlegroup
                • 1 for other purposes
              • 2
            • Cost?
              • US$ 500m/unit
            • ex of the french Somme
              • range
                • 9,000 nmi
              • Speed
                • 19 knots
              • The ship initially had capacity for 5,170 t (5,090 long tons) of fuel oil, 3,360 t (3,310 long tons) of diesel fuel, 1,160 t (1,140 long tons) of JP-5 aviation fuel, 250 t (250 long tons) of distilled water, 180 t (180 long tons) of provisions, 170 t (170 long tons) of munitions and 15 t (15 long tons) of spare parts.[4] These numbers change with the needs of the fleet.
              • can operate a MUH
              • crew
                • 168
                • + complement of 162
                • can accomodate 200 personel
          • LHDs
            • Missions
              • to conduct prompt, sustained combat operations at sea, as part of the the Navy's amphibious strategy.
            • Why?
              • LHDs can deliver, command and support all elements of a Marine Landing Force assault by air and amphibious craft. LHDs utilize various combinations of helicopters and landing crafts
              • Used and HQ to command operations
              • Ex of the French Mistral
                • Capacity
                  • 2 landing crafts (or landing barges)
                  • 16 helicopters
                  • up to 70 vehicles including 13 AMX Leclerc tanks
                  • 450 soldiers (900 for short cruise)
                  • The flight deck has six landing spots and a 1,800m² hangar. The 5,000m² flight deck can accommodate up to six helicopter movements simultaneously.
                  • The 69-bed, 750m² hospital is equipped with two operating theatres. If additional hospital or medevac space is required, the hangar can also be converted into a modular field hospital.
                • 6700nmi 18.8 kn /199 m
                • Cost?
                  • US$579 million
            • Quantity
              • 1
            • Transition
        • Transition
      • Part 2
        • Aircrafts
          • Fighter jets
            • Quantity
              • 30
                • why this quantity
                  • see aircraft carrier
            • Why?
              • accuracy strike
              • fast intervention
              • long range
              • air supremacy, interdiction, aerial reconnaissance, ground support, in-depth strike, anti-ship strike and nuclear deterrence missions. The Rafale is referred to as an "omnirole" aircraft
            • Missions
            • The example of the french Rafale
              • Cost?
                • Up to US$ 97m
              • max speed
                • 2 200 km/h
              • range
                • max 1759km
              • endurance
                • 12h with replenishments
              • armament:cannons, missiles and nuclear warheads
          • Medium Utility Helicopters
            • Quantity
              • miminum 24
                • To embark on the ships previously mentioned
            • Why?
              • To embark on the ships previously mentioned
              • battlefield helicopter which would also be capable of being operated in naval environments.
            • Missions
              • anit submarine warfare, surface warfare, serach and rescue, evacuation, troops transport
            • The NH90 (caiman)
              • Cost?
                • US$42m
              • capacity
                • 20 seated troops; or 12 medevac stretchers; or 2 NATO pallets; or 4,200 kg external slung load
                • Max takeoff weight: 10,600 kg
              • speed
                • Max 300 km/h (190 mph, 160 kn)
              • Range
                • 1,000 km (620 mi; 540 nmi)
              • Endurance
                • 5 hour
              • Armament
                • anti-submarine and/or air to surface missiles
        • Transition
      • Part 3
        • Submarines
          • SSN
            • Cost?
              • US$377 million in 2019
            • Quantity
              • why this quantity
                • 1 for carrier battle group
                • the rest for other purposes
              • 2
            • Why?
            • Missions
              • Intelligence gathering
              • fast attack
              • escort and protection
            • EX Rubis class
          • SSBN
            • Why?
              • unlimited range (nuclear powered)
            • Quantity
              • 1
            • Cost?
              • US$4.32 billion/ unit
            • Missions
              • deterrence
              • nuclear strike
                • Missiles
            • ex triomphant class
        • Transition
    • Conclusion
      • Battlegroup: elements work together
      • Let's recap
        • Elements + quantity + cost
          • 1 Aircraft carrier
            • US$ 2.83 billion
          • Frigates
            • 2x0.466 b=0.932
          • Destroyers
            • ASW 2x 0.889 b=1.772 b
            • AAW 2x0.800 b= 1.6 b
          • Supply ship
            • 2x0.500 b = 1 b
          • LHDs
            • 0.579b
          • Fighter Jets
            • 30x 0.097= 2.91b
          • MUH
            • 24x0.042b = 1.008b
          • 2 SSNs
            • 2x0.377= US$ 0.754
          • 1 SSBN
            • US$ 4.37
        • Total Cost
          • 17.755
      • Part 4 ?
        • Staff
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