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SAS 2017: Northdrop Grumman showcases the MQ-4C





Northrop Grumman’s MQ-4C Triton unmanned aircraft system (UAS) provides real-time intelligence, surveillance and reconnaissance (ISR) over vast ocean and coastal regions.
Based on the proven Global Hawk UAS, Triton’s autonomous operations are supported by land-based command and control mission planners and sensor operators. Triton will be equipped with a unique and robust mission sensor suite that provides 360-degree coverage on all sensors, providing unprecedented maritime domain awareness for the U.S. Navy.
Triton also incorporates a reinforced airframe, for increased internal payload, and wing for hail, bird strike, and gust load protection, along with de-icing and lightning protection systems. These features allow the aircraft to descend and ascend through harsh maritime weather environments to gain a closer view of ships and other targets at sea when needed.
Built for the U.S. Navy, Triton will support a wide range of missions including maritime ISR patrol, signals intelligence, search and rescue and communications relay. The aircraft can fly over 24 hours at a time, at altitudes higher than 10 miles, with an operational range of 8,200 nautical miles.
The Navy’s program of record calls for 68 aircraft to be fielded
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SAS 2017: Office of Naval Research (ONR) and the Naval Research Laboratory (NRL) technologies



Medium-Displacement Unmanned Surface Vessel (MDUSV)


MeRLIn (Meso-scale Robotic Locomotion Initiative)


Tern (Tactically Exploited Reconnaissance Node)
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US Marine Corps Systems Command showcases its Individual Water Purification System


IWPS II 
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SAS 2017: General Atomics Showcasing its Small Unmanned Aircraft System for Gremlins Program








At the Navy League’s Sea-Air-Space 2017 exposition currently held near Washington D.C., General Atomics Aeronautical Systems is showcasing its Small Unmanned Aircraft System (SUAS). SUAS is designed to be air-launched and air-recovered from multiple hosts platforms (C-130, MQ-9B, B-52, B-1, F-16, F-15E, F-18...)

SUAS can be fitted with various sensors (EO/IR, SAR, EW) and is capable of a 300 nautical miles range with 1 hour of loiter endurance.

General Atomics announced two weeks ago that DARPA has continued to contract the company for Phase 2 of the Gremlins program. The Gremlins program seeks to develop innovative technologies and systems enabling aircraft to launch volleys of low-cost, reusable Unmanned Aircraft Systems (UAS) and safely and reliably retrieve them in mid-air. Such systems, or "gremlins," would be deployed with a mixture of mission payloads capable of generating a variety of effects in a distributed and coordinated manner, providing U.S. forces with improved operational flexibility at a lower cost than is possible with conventional platforms


GA-ASI was awarded a contract for Phase 1 of the program in March 2016. While Phase 1 was conceptual in nature, Phase 2 aims to mature the design and perform in-flight risk reduction testing for the C-130-based recovery system. Activities will include Preliminary Design Review (PDR) for the aircraft and recovery system, ground testing to validate key technologies, and flight test to demonstrate safety and recovery system performance. The program is expected to culminate in an air launch and recovery demonstration in 2019.

The Gremlin aircraft is one in a line of new Small UAS (SUAS) being developed by GA-ASI. The vehicle is capable of one-hour time-on-station at a range of 300 nmi while carrying a modular 60-pound payload.
 
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SAS 2017: Lockheed LRASM Anti-Ship Missile Conducts Successful Test from US Navy F/A-18E/F








Lockheed Martin's Long Range Anti-Ship Missile (LRASM) was successfully released from a U.S. Navy F/A-18E/F Super Hornet at NAS Patuxent River, Maryland. The jettison release of the first LRASM from the Super Hornet is used to validate the aerodynamic separation models of the missile.
This successful test event paves the way for flight clearance to conduct captive carry integration testing scheduled for mid-year at the Navy Air Weapons Station (NAWS) China Lake, California.
"The first time event of releasing LRASM from the F/A-18E/F is a major milestone towards meeting early operational capability in 2019," said Mike Fleming, Lockheed Martin LRASM program director. "The program is executing the integration and test contract, maturing subsystems and proving flight worthiness."
LRASM is designed to detect and destroy specific targets within groups of ships by employing advanced technologies that reduce dependence on intelligence, surveillance and reconnaissance platforms, network links and GPS navigation. Once operational, LRASM will play a significant role in ensuring military access to operate in open ocean/blue waters, owing to its enhanced ability to discriminate and conduct tactical engagements from extended ranges.
LRASM is a precision-guided, anti-ship standoff missile based on the successful Joint Air-to-Surface Standoff Missile - Extended Range (JASSM-ER). It is designed to meet the needs of U.S. Navy and Air Force warfighters in anti-access/area-denial threat environments. The air-launched variant provides an early operational capability for the Navy's offensive anti-surface warfare Increment I requirement to be integrated onboard the U.S. Air Force's B-1B in 2018 and on the U.S. Navy's F/A-18E/F Super Hornet in 2019.
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SAS 2017: Cobham showcases its wide range of products








Cobham's stand features products that help keep people safe, improve communications, and enhance capability over, under and on the sea, including advanced electronic solutions for radar, electronic warfare (EW), radar, and communications navigation and instrumentation (CNI) applications.
Such products comprise: solid state transmitters, advanced electronically scanned arrays (AESA) for sense and avoid; waveguide, integrated microwave assemblies, radio frequency (RF) interconnect solutions, integrated antenna solutions, and RF missile electronics that help improve system sensitivity, reliability and affordability.
This year, Cobham will also showcase Pilot Mounted Breathing Sensors – designed to detect any dips in pilot performance and capture physiological data for analysis – and a Ceramic Oxygen Generation System (COGS), the latest innovation in point-of-use oxygen gas generators.
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Boeing showcases its High Altitude Anti-Submarine Warfare Weapon Capability at SAS 2017








The High Altitude Anti-Submarine Warfare Weapon Capability (HAAWC) provides an all-weather, anti-submarine warfare (ASW) weapon system capable of high altitude launch of the MK-54 torpedo from the P-8A Poseidon. Using existing USN loading and handling equipment, five HAAWC weapons fit in the P-8A weapon bay.



HAAWC consists of a modular, Air Launch Accessory (ALA) kit that attaches to the MK-54 Torpedo. the ALA transforms the MK-54 into a precision-guided glide weapon wich operates in either GPS-aided or GPS-denied environements. At the ALA separation point, the ALA deploys the MK-28 stabilizer allowing the MK-54 to achieve desired water entry conditions.

Based on Open Architecture principles, the modular ALA design leverages hardware and software from proven production programs.

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SAS 2017: Teledyne Brown Engineering Showcasing its Shallow Water Combat Submersible








The SWCS System is a manned combat submersible vehicle specifically designed to insert and extract Special Operation Forces (SOF) in high threat areas. USSOCOM oversees these elite military tactical teams from the Army, Air Force, Navy and Marine Corps.



The $383m development contract was awarded in 2011 to Teledyne Brown Engineering (against The Columbus Group who built the SDV Mk.VIII Mod-1) with the first test unit delivered in late 2014. 



According to [url=http://www.hisutton.com/US Navy SEALs next generation SDV Mk.XI (SWCS).html]HI Sutton[/url], the US Navy SEALs SWCS is 6.8 meters in length, 1.5 meters in eight and width, and should be able to accommodate at least 6 sailors.

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The Marine Corps Systems Command showcases the Infrascanner 2000 at Sea Air Space 2017





Fielded in fiscal 2015, the Infrascanner 2000 is a portable medical device that uses near-infrared technology to screen patients for intra-cranial bleeding. The device helps in early detection of head injuries associated with a fall, vehicle collision, or close proximity to a blast or assault. It also supports identification and immediate referral to a CT scan and neurological intervention.



"The Infrascanner device is one of the ways the Corps is working to improve warfighter readiness with innovative, cutting-edge technology and support," said Mark Urrutic, project officer in MCSC's Combat Support Systems. "This enhanced capability allows for early detection of brain injuries ensuring the best care for every member of our force."

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SAS 2017: BAE Systems Unveils a 60 kW Variant of the MK 38 Tactical Laser System








According to BAE Systems, the Mk 38 TLS, as conceived, would be an advanced capability laser weapon module ordalt to the Mk 38 Mod 2 Machine Gun System (MGS) for adding scalable self defense.



The Mk 38 Mod 2 MGS from BAE Systems sets the standard for shipboard defense against small, fast and agile surface threats. With system variants deployed worldwide, the stabilized, remote control Mk 38 Mod 2 MGS has been proven capable in defending against multiple surface threats. The Mk 38 Mod 2 MGS incorporates the service proven TOPLITE Electro-Optical Sensor (EOS) integrated with a state-of-the-art fire control system to optimize effective engagement of enemy targets in all weather conditions, day or night. The system can be applied to a wide range of different ship classes and platform designs of 50 tons or greater displacement.



The addition of a 60kW TLS would provide true selectable and scalable effects ranging from non-lethal to lethal. This would allow for new response options in both conventional and irregular conflicts.



Weapon and Effects–The 60kW TLS would provide an effective counter for swarm boats and, with further modifications to the Mk 38 MGS, unmanned aerial vehicles (UAVs) at tactically significant ranges. Effects on the target are controlled through changes in dwell time,

spot size (focus), and selection of aimpoint on the target.



Survivability–The TLS would provide for crewsafe conditions with a remote operation console located in the Combat Information Center or in other protected ship structures. Operation of the TLS could be conducted by the Mk 38 Mod 2 MGS operator, from the same console. No personnel action is required for reload since electrical power is the only consumable for the TLS. 



Command and Control–The TLS could utilize the existing integrated fire control system for target queuing. TOPLITE EOS then executes target handoff to the TLS organic optical tracking system, providing high-precision aimpoint management on an operator-designated aimpoint. In addition, the laser beam director optics would provide target identification at ranges substantially greater than what is available today.



Ship Impacts–The TLS would provide expanded capability with manageable ship impacts. Dedicated TLS equipment can fit below deck or in raised section (which would typically be 2 to 3 feet in height according to a BAE representative).

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Orbital ATK to Display Advanced Defense Capabilities at Sea Air Space 2017





Orbital ATK’s expertise encompasses integration of defense technologies for air and ground platforms. Highlights include the company’s ability to upgrade and integrate offensive and defensive air capabilities,including its newest offering, the Advanced Anti-Radiation Guided Missile Extended Range (AARGM-ER). 



Additional products include the ShotFinder Acoustic Threat Warning System and the AAR-47 Missile Warning System. Furthermore, details areavailable on the company’s innovative line of customized gunships that provide allied nations with intelligence, surveillance and reconnaissance platforms; and outfitted with a variety of weapon systems to include Orbital ATK’s Bushmaster® Chain Guns® and medium-caliber cannons.



Orbital ATK will also display its precision guidance kits for naval and ground artillery; precision application for ground mortars; Hatchet miniature precision glide weapon;and its Bushmaster® line of Chain Guns® and automatic cannons that support 7.62mm, 25mm, 30mm and 40mm applications for air, land and sea weapons station platform integration. Details on the company’s expertise in providing integrated logistics and training packages for medium-caliber cannonswill also be available from on-site Orbital ATK representatives.

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