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Sea Air Space 2014 Video Show Report by Navy Recognition
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At the Sea-Air-Space 2014 Exposition, Norwegian company Kongsberg is presenting scale models of both types of Littoral Combat Ships (LCS) fitted with unique ASUW configurations. The conceptual Freedom class LCS is fitted with 12x NSMs and the conceptual Independence class LCS is fitted with 18x NSMs.
At the Navy League’s 2014 Sea-Air-Space Exposition, General Dynamics NASSCO is showing a model of its Afloat Forward Staging Base (AFSB) ship. The ship is designed to facilitate a wide variety of future mission sets in support of special operations. ... The ship retains the capability of ballasting down. Eventhough the ship is configured for air mine countermeasure missions with MH-53 helicotpers, NASSCO believes the US Navy is about to order a study on the ability of AFSB to handle the MV-22. It should not be a significant job to modify the existing design in order to handle the MV-22. AFSB will have an endurance of over 9,500 nautical miles at a speed of 15 knots.
Speaking to Navy Recognition during Sea-Air-Space, Tad ****enson (Raytheon's Program Manager Air and Missile Defense Radar) explained that the AMDR is over 30 times more powerful than the existing SPY-1 radar meaning it can put over 30 times more energy allowing to detect more targets, a lot further out. AMDR ranges about 2.5 times further compared to existing DDG 51 radar.
At the Navy League’s 2014 Sea-Air-Space Exposition, MBDA Inc. has an F/A-18E Super Hornet scale model fitted with 12 dual mode Brimstone missiles. Incorporating an advanced dual mode seeker, Brimstone is effective against the most challenging, high speed and maneuvering targets over land and at sea.
After a series of successful tests, the U.S. Navy last month certified that the Boeing Phantom Badger combat support vehicle can be transported inside a V-22 Osprey tiltrotor aircraft. That is another step toward providing warfighters with more options to deploy the versatile vehicle. Phantom Badger is part of the Bell Boeing V-22 display at the Navy League’s Sea-Air-Space Exposition currently held in National Harbor, Md.
Speaking to Navy Recognition during Sea-Air-Space 2014, Mike Duthu (Director of LPD Program at Ingals Shipbuilding) explained the growth potential for a BMD configured LPD 17 ship is an impressive 5,000 tons. The BMD ship may be fitted with 288 Mk 41 or 144 Mk 57 vertical launch systems. Its powerful X-band radar may be fixed of rotating and consist in 4 antennas measuring 25 feet up to 35 feet in diameter.
Ingalls Shipbuilding patrol frigate scale model on display at Sea-Air-Space 2014 featured hull mounted and towed array sonars, torpedo launchers, 8x Harpoon launchers, a 76mm main gun, VLS cells able to launch ESSM, VL ASROC and/or SM-2 missiles and a SeaRam system on top of the hangar.
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