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hensoldt Z:ASSESS border - C2 surveillance system in far south of algeria - district of tamanrasset along the niger and mali frontiers

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A rare picture from inside the HQ of the Electronic Warfare Command of the algerian army built by chinese company BUCG

in the background we can notice the chinese DWL 002 - EW system

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Here is a full report from one of the ceiec experts who were in Algeria





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Liu Yang works overseas.

"A thousand miles away, across the sea." Liu Yang did not expect that this QQ signature written in 2006 has not changed in 10 years.

"Not lazy or forgetting to change. These eight words are the most real state I have in ten years." Liu Yang, who has just returned from his mission abroad and returned from Algeria, recently worked at China Electronics & Information Corporation (hereinafter referred to as " "China Electronics") could not help expressing such emotions when sharing his ten-year overseas experience in the youth lecture hall.

Liu Yang is an employee of China National Electronics Corporation. "Thousands of miles away, looking across the sea, not only is my state, but the company's colleagues engaged in overseas business are engraved with these 8 words." He said.

China Electronics Import and Export Corporation's business is concentrated in the fields of defense systems, public safety and international engineering, and has extensive business cooperation with more than 160 countries and regions around the world. "Departure" has become their normal work, and "separation" has become their normal life with their families. The overseas youth of China Electronics, with its tenacity and persistence, has become a true portrayal of striving for youth.

For Liu Yang, overseas experience is "the reconciliation of thoughts and beliefs was completed in ten years."

Ten years ago, he was a fresh graduate, and now he has grown into a competent young backbone of China Electronics Import and Export Corporation. Speaking of three years in Egypt and seven years in Algeria, he said humorously: "Ten years of youth, the vicissitudes of the sea, the vicissitudes of life are a bit vicissitudes."

Most of Liu Yang's overseas projects are undeveloped and undeveloped areas in Asia, Africa, and Latin America. The resident environment is very difficult and harsh, and the lack of logistics supplies is common.

What impressed Liu Yang was that last year their team carried out a project in the Sahara Desert. The indoor air temperature was as high as 58 degrees Celsius, and the ground temperature was even as high as 70 degrees Celsius. "People can only breathe indoors and have no strength to open their eyes. They must wear thick beef tendon soles to prevent being burned."

They need to send a logistics team to the station to pull water every week. Generally, they will pull two water tanks for construction water and domestic water. "Once, both vehicles were pulled into construction water. We drank for a week after drinking."

In Algeria, Liu Yang and colleagues have encountered terrorist attacks. At the time, the western oil company near the project site was hijacked by terrorists, and more than 20 Western experts were killed. "The local government sent two companies to protect us. Dozens of experts were protected by three layers inside and three outside, and each person also issued a steel helmet and a bulletproof vest."

Compared with the hardships of living conditions and the dangers of the situation, their thoughts on their families and hometown make them more tormented. According to company regulations, foreign personnel return to China to visit relatives for 21 days each year, and Liu Yang spends less than one month with his family each year.

In 2011, Liu Yang learned that his mother was suffering from depression overseas. It was his most tormenting period. The hard work and the worry of his mother dragged on each other. "I really want to go home and want to take care of her by my mother." Fortunately, under the care of her family, her mother's condition was relieved.

Liu Yang, who has experienced sharpening, said: "Having the will to fight is the motivation to keep going."

"It's like being a soldier to carry a gun and being a teacher to the podium. This is the nature of our industry. As long as there are assignments, we must stick to it." Liu Yang said.

With footprints in more than 20 countries and visas covered with 3 passports. Like Liu Yang, Zhang Dawei, general manager of Central and Eastern Asia of China Electronics Import and Export Corporation, has left a lot of unforgettable marks overseas.

In Zhang Dawei's memory, there is an unforgettable sense of "mission on behalf of China."

In 2008, Zhang Dawei's project team signed the largest export equipment project in the history of China's military trade. The project was delivered in the Sahara Desert in 2012. It coincided with the two extreme cold and hot temperatures in August and December. They make system-wide experiments add a lot of challenges.

"The product we are experimenting with is a large amount of equipment, with a total value of more than 2 billion yuan, which represents China's military strength, and we must be sure of it."

Zhang Dawei said that the atmosphere at the scene was very tense at that time. There were more than 200 Chinese experts. The foreign side sent more than 300 military officers to cooperate with the experiment. "So many people conduct large-scale military exercises. When we show China's military equipment to the world, the pride of success is beyond words."

Zhang Dawei knows that when they work overseas, they not only represent the individual and the enterprise, but also the image of the entire country.

To people outside the industry, crossing the Sahara is a romantic thing, and Fan Que, deputy general manager of the Finance Department of China Electronics Import and Export Corporation, said, "Working under the fire of a gun is not a dazzling thing." While overseas, his footprint has been changing between Venezuela and Saudi Arabia. "Where you need you, you have to go."

After graduating from China National Electronics Corporation, he has not regretted it yet. "Everyone knows that working in this company is creating value for the country."

"As a young person, you should take advantage of how far you are to go, how far you can fly and how high you can fly." Qu Huimin, general manager of China Electronics Import and Export Corporation, praised these overseas young people.

Qu Huimin encouraged young people with his many years of working overseas. "A life that ca n’t fly will never have a landing problem. Young people now have a better stage and opportunities, more personal space to play, and aspirations. It should also be more ambitious. "

According to Qu Huimin, China Electronics Import and Export Corporation has been established for 36 years since 1980. At present, the average age of more than 500 employees is less than 30 years old. Qu Huimin said: "This is a very young team, and we must strive to win a better future."

Liu Liehong, general manager of China Electronics, said with comfort, "I have seen passion, hard work and career growth and success in overseas markets through the experience of young people."

He used the four keywords "opportunity", "struggle", "innovation" and "success" to encourage young people overseas. Regarding the electronic information industry in which he is engaged, Liu Liehong told young people that the only constant law in the IT industry is "change". Every day, he faces changes and competition in multiple dimensions such as the ecological environment and economies of scale. It is important to learn and innovate. "The youth of central SOEs have this experience of being stationed overseas, and their lives will be more exciting," he said.

China Youth Daily · China Youth Online Reporter Jiang Xin Source: China Youth Daily (September 12, 2016, 07 edition)
 
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A rare picture from inside the HQ of the Electronic Warfare Command of the algerian army built by chinese company BUCG

in the background we can notice the chinese DWL 002 - EW system

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Here is a full report from one of the ceiec experts who were in Algeria





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Liu Yang works overseas.

"A thousand miles away, across the sea." Liu Yang did not expect that this QQ signature written in 2006 has not changed in 10 years.

"Not lazy or forgetting to change. These eight words are the most real state I have in ten years." Liu Yang, who has just returned from his mission abroad and returned from Algeria, recently worked at China Electronics & Information Corporation (hereinafter referred to as " "China Electronics") could not help expressing such emotions when sharing his ten-year overseas experience in the youth lecture hall.

Liu Yang is an employee of China National Electronics Corporation. "Thousands of miles away, looking across the sea, not only is my state, but the company's colleagues engaged in overseas business are engraved with these 8 words." He said.

China Electronics Import and Export Corporation's business is concentrated in the fields of defense systems, public safety and international engineering, and has extensive business cooperation with more than 160 countries and regions around the world. "Departure" has become their normal work, and "separation" has become their normal life with their families. The overseas youth of China Electronics, with its tenacity and persistence, has become a true portrayal of striving for youth.

For Liu Yang, overseas experience is "the reconciliation of thoughts and beliefs was completed in ten years."

Ten years ago, he was a fresh graduate, and now he has grown into a competent young backbone of China Electronics Import and Export Corporation. Speaking of three years in Egypt and seven years in Algeria, he said humorously: "Ten years of youth, the vicissitudes of the sea, the vicissitudes of life are a bit vicissitudes."

Most of Liu Yang's overseas projects are undeveloped and undeveloped areas in Asia, Africa, and Latin America. The resident environment is very difficult and harsh, and the lack of logistics supplies is common.

What impressed Liu Yang was that last year their team carried out a project in the Sahara Desert. The indoor air temperature was as high as 58 degrees Celsius, and the ground temperature was even as high as 70 degrees Celsius. "People can only breathe indoors and have no strength to open their eyes. They must wear thick beef tendon soles to prevent being burned."

They need to send a logistics team to the station to pull water every week. Generally, they will pull two water tanks for construction water and domestic water. "Once, both vehicles were pulled into construction water. We drank for a week after drinking."

In Algeria, Liu Yang and colleagues have encountered terrorist attacks. At the time, the western oil company near the project site was hijacked by terrorists, and more than 20 Western experts were killed. "The local government sent two companies to protect us. Dozens of experts were protected by three layers inside and three outside, and each person also issued a steel helmet and a bulletproof vest."

Compared with the hardships of living conditions and the dangers of the situation, their thoughts on their families and hometown make them more tormented. According to company regulations, foreign personnel return to China to visit relatives for 21 days each year, and Liu Yang spends less than one month with his family each year.

In 2011, Liu Yang learned that his mother was suffering from depression overseas. It was his most tormenting period. The hard work and the worry of his mother dragged on each other. "I really want to go home and want to take care of her by my mother." Fortunately, under the care of her family, her mother's condition was relieved.

Liu Yang, who has experienced sharpening, said: "Having the will to fight is the motivation to keep going."

"It's like being a soldier to carry a gun and being a teacher to the podium. This is the nature of our industry. As long as there are assignments, we must stick to it." Liu Yang said.

With footprints in more than 20 countries and visas covered with 3 passports. Like Liu Yang, Zhang Dawei, general manager of Central and Eastern Asia of China Electronics Import and Export Corporation, has left a lot of unforgettable marks overseas.

In Zhang Dawei's memory, there is an unforgettable sense of "mission on behalf of China."

In 2008, Zhang Dawei's project team signed the largest export equipment project in the history of China's military trade. The project was delivered in the Sahara Desert in 2012. It coincided with the two extreme cold and hot temperatures in August and December. They make system-wide experiments add a lot of challenges.

"The product we are experimenting with is a large amount of equipment, with a total value of more than 2 billion yuan, which represents China's military strength, and we must be sure of it."

Zhang Dawei said that the atmosphere at the scene was very tense at that time. There were more than 200 Chinese experts. The foreign side sent more than 300 military officers to cooperate with the experiment. "So many people conduct large-scale military exercises. When we show China's military equipment to the world, the pride of success is beyond words."

Zhang Dawei knows that when they work overseas, they not only represent the individual and the enterprise, but also the image of the entire country.

To people outside the industry, crossing the Sahara is a romantic thing, and Fan Que, deputy general manager of the Finance Department of China Electronics Import and Export Corporation, said, "Working under the fire of a gun is not a dazzling thing." While overseas, his footprint has been changing between Venezuela and Saudi Arabia. "Where you need you, you have to go."

After graduating from China National Electronics Corporation, he has not regretted it yet. "Everyone knows that working in this company is creating value for the country."

"As a young person, you should take advantage of how far you are to go, how far you can fly and how high you can fly." Qu Huimin, general manager of China Electronics Import and Export Corporation, praised these overseas young people.

Qu Huimin encouraged young people with his many years of working overseas. "A life that ca n’t fly will never have a landing problem. Young people now have a better stage and opportunities, more personal space to play, and aspirations. It should also be more ambitious. "

According to Qu Huimin, China Electronics Import and Export Corporation has been established for 36 years since 1980. At present, the average age of more than 500 employees is less than 30 years old. Qu Huimin said: "This is a very young team, and we must strive to win a better future."

Liu Liehong, general manager of China Electronics, said with comfort, "I have seen passion, hard work and career growth and success in overseas markets through the experience of young people."

He used the four keywords "opportunity", "struggle", "innovation" and "success" to encourage young people overseas. Regarding the electronic information industry in which he is engaged, Liu Liehong told young people that the only constant law in the IT industry is "change". Every day, he faces changes and competition in multiple dimensions such as the ecological environment and economies of scale. It is important to learn and innovate. "The youth of central SOEs have this experience of being stationed overseas, and their lives will be more exciting," he said.

China Youth Daily · China Youth Online Reporter Jiang Xin Source: China Youth Daily (September 12, 2016, 07 edition)
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October 21, 2015

Algeria To Order Russian Airspace Management System Acacia-E



Algeria is likely to order an airspace defense automatic control system, Acacia-E from Russia.
“We are now in the final stages of signing a contract with Algeria on delivery of these systems, and we hope to sign it this December,” Andrey Riznyk, Executive Board member of the United Instrument Manufacturing Corporation said in an interview to Tass last Saturday.
In addition to Algeria, there were other countries interested in the system. “We negotiate this actively with our traditional customers; India and Vietnam. Besides, we have been contacted by Malaysia and Brazil who are are also keen to have the Acacia-E system."
"This is a control system primarily for the Airspace Defense, Aircraft Defense and the Air Force, the export version is known under the name Acacia-E. The system can observe and analyze the ongoing situation, can track up to 200 targets simultaneously, describing full target details and even making decisions whether to fire on specific targets without human involvement,” he said.
“We are also considering 14 prospective customer countries, which may be interested in purchasing this system. More specifically, we are going to take Acacia-E for a demonstration to Brazil, India, the UAE, China, and Vietnam,” Riznyk said.

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Algerian Naval Forces - MEKO-A200 AN

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