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مُساهمةموضوع: متابعة معرض SNA 2018   الأربعاء 10 يناير 2018 - 14:51

Surface Navy Association 30th National Symposium on 9-11 January 2018 in Crystal City


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TERMA will be present at SNA 2018 National Symposium
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SNA 2018: U.S. Navy to Evaluate SAAB AUV62-AT ASW Training System
البحرية الامريكية تقيم اداء نظام التدريب ضد الغواصات السويدي التابع لشركة ساب 


Defence and security company Saab will demonstrate its anti-submarine warfare (ASW) training system, the AUV62-AT, for the U.S. Navy (USN). The AUV62-AT is an artificial acoustic system that mimics a submarine.
The USN will evaluate Saab’s AUV62-AT against USN systems through the Foreign Comparative Testing (FCT) Program. The demonstration is planned for summer 2018, with an option to continue testing into 2019. The USN is investigating a replacement to its current ASW training system for its Undersea Warfare Training Range.
“With submarine usage on the rise, anti-submarine warfare training is more crucial than ever. Some of today’s submarines are armed with heavyweight torpedoes that can destroy a massive vessel rather than simply disable it. AUV62-AT prepares operators for this threat,” says Gِrgen Johansson, Senior Vice President and head of Saab´s Business Area Dynamics.
Saab’s AUV62-AT package trains operators in submarine surveillance, detection, identification, classification, and target engagement. The AUV62-AT is an artificial acoustic system that mimics a submarine in a way that is compatible with any torpedo- and sonar system on the market today. The system fully replaces the use of a submarine in the role as a maneuvering training target and can be launched from a ship, a submarine, or shore. The system is in service today with a number of countries worldwide.

Saab’s AUV62-AT package trains operators in submarine surveillance, detection, identification, classification, and target engagement.
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SNA 2018: BAE Systems Unveils the Adaptable Deck Launcher
شركة BAE Systems تستعرض قواذف جديدة قابلة للتعديل و التكيف مع مختلف انواع السفن
At the Surface Navy Association's (SNA) 2018 National Symposium currently held near Washington DC, BAE Systems unveiled the Adaptable Deck Launcher, or ADL, capable of launching multiple missile types from multiple platforms for multiple mission scenarios.
The Adaptable Deck Launcher, or ADL, meets the need for a fixed angle, low elevation, deck-mounted ship defense launching system (SDLS) for near-term application onboard U.S. Navy and allied ships. The ADL is fully compatible with the Evolved SeaSparrow Missile (ESSM), in the Mk 25 Quad Pack Canister, as well as other canisters compatible with the Mk 41 Vertical Launching System (VLS). Launch control can be provided by the Mk 41 VLS electronics suite and other launch control systems.
Providing a straightforward approach to deploying ESSM in non-Mk 41 VLS 41 ships, ADL benefits from a modular design that allows any number of launch cells to be configured as low angle, deck-mounted launchers for varying ship applications. The ADL is deployed with a protective enclosure to minimize radar signature, maintenance, and to provide protection for the encanistered missiles and service connections. The system is reloadable and will support numerous launches during its service life.
In Proof of Concept demonstrations, ADL successfully launched an ESSM from an ADL-enclosed Mk 25 Quad Pack Canister, verifying that ADL meets requirements for missile egress and gas management and provides adequate launcher structural support, while proving applicability of a Mk 41 VLS Launch Control System variant for SDLS operation.
This identical approach also applies to other missiles and missions including Surface Strike, Air Defense, and Anti-submarine warfare. The ADL answers the call for Distributed Lethality and Distributed Maritime Operations for platforms big and small. Direct applications include LCS, FFG(X) as well as big deck amphibious ships and carriers.
ADL provides near-term, “VLS-like” reliability, and allows low cost operation, leveraging the existing Mk 41 VLS logistics system. The design meets shipboard marinization and survivability requirements and provides armored protection against ballistic threats.

Adaptable Deck Launcher scale model on BAE Systems stand at SNA 2018
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U.S. Navy tests new joint-air-to-ground missile on AH-1Z helicopter
البحرية الامريكية تختبر الصاروخ الجديد JAGM جو سطح علي الهيلكوبتر AH-1Z
The U.S. Navy successfully completed its first Joint Air-to-Ground Missile (JAGM) flight test on the AH-1Z helicopter Dec.5 at Patuxent River.
During the flight, aircrew aboard the AH-1Z navigated the missile through various operational modes and exercised its active seeker to search and/or acquire targets, demonstrating its compatibility with the aircraft.
"Initial results from the flight indicate the missile performed as planned,” said Liam Cosgrove, JAGM flight test lead. “We will continue to conduct a series of tests to prepare for live fire testing of the JAGM off the AH-1Z scheduled for early this year.”
JAGM, a joint program with the Army, is a precision-guided munition for use against high value stationary, moving, and relocatable land and maritime targets. It utilizes a multi-mode seeker to provide targeting day or night in adverse weather, battlefield obscured conditions and against a variety of countermeasures.
“This missile will provide increased lethality and better targeting capabilities, beyond the Hellfire’s laser point designating capability that the AH-1Z currently has in theater today,” said Capt. Mitch Commerford, Direct and Time Sensitive Strike (PMA-242) program manager.
JAGM is managed by the Program Executive Office for Missiles and Space, Redstone Arsenal, Alabama. It will initially be employed on the AH-64 Apache and Marine Corps’ AH-1Z helicopters and is compatible with any aircraft that can carry Hellfire missiles. The Army will will complete a 48 shot test matrix by May 2018 on AH-64 Apache aircraft in support of Milestone C.

An AH-1Z Helicopter carrying the Joint-Air-to-Ground Missile (JAGM) at Naval Air Station, Patuxent River, Md. (U.S. Navy photo)
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SNA 2018: Lockheed Martin Unveils its FFG(X) Frigate Design
لوكهيد مارتن تستعرض تصمبم فرقاطة جديدة من فئة الحرية



The new Frigate would likely replace the troubled, very modular, Littoral Combat Ships (LCS) for typical "frigate missions". The U.S. Navy is requesting the FFG(X) to conduct the following missions:
- Over the horizon anti-surface warfare (ASuW )
- Anti-submarine warfare (ASW)
- Independently escort logistics ship convoys
- Electronic warfare (EW)
- Electronic signals intelligence and collection (ELINT)
The frigate displacement wasn't mentioned in the RFI, but it is likely to be comprised between 4000 tons (if the design is to stay as close as possible to the LCS) and in excess of 6000 tons (in view of the requirements set by the U.S. Navy, which is particularly interested on how the shipbuilders can fit VLS for ESSM and Standard Missiles and how many).
The U.S. Navy intends to award a Detail Design and Construction contract for the first FFG(X) in 2020. 
The US Department of Defense released a Request for Information (RFI) in July 2017 to let the industry know what the U.S. Navy is expecting from the Fast Frigate, Guided (Experimental) or FFG(X). The RFI says, "A competition for FFG(X) is envisioned to consider existing parent designs for a Small Surface Combatant that can be modified to accommodate the specific capability requirements prescribed by the US Navy."
The U.S. Navy wants a frigate that can keep up with carrier strike groups as well as conduct missions on its own. “The FFG(X) will normally aggregate into strike groups and Large Surface Combatant led surface action groups but also possess the ability to robustly defend itself during conduct of independent operations while connected and contributing to the fleet tactical grid.” The U.S. Navy expects the frigate to be survivable in complex scenarios: "FFG(X) will perform its missions in complex electronic warfare and anti-ship missile threat environments".

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SNA 2018: Lockheed continues Aegis improvements for missiles, UAVs
نطويرات لصواريخ و الطائرات دون طيار الخاصة بنظام ايجيس 
Lockheed Martin is bolstering its Aegis combat system’s ability to better perform ballistic missile defence (BMD) operations and provide protection against unmanned aerial vehicles (UAVs), according to James Sheridan, Aegis programme director for the company. Lockheed Martin is looking to complete additional testing soon on the latest BMD versions of Aegis, Sheridan told Jane’s . The next BMD milestone for Aegis is the certification of BMD 5.1, part of the latest Aegis Baseline 9 configuration, Sheridan noted. “We’ve done a lot of at-sea testing,” he said. “We’re trying now to get to sea [for testing] with NIFC-CA [Naval Integrated Fire Control-Counter Air architecture].”
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SEWIP Lite set for first deliveries
اول تسليم لنظام للحرب الاليكترونية الجديد بنسخة مصغرة و تكلفة اقل

AN/SLQ-32(V)6C – also known as SEWIP Lite – is a scaled, lower-cost version of the AN/SLQ-32(V)6 SEWIP Block 2 system 
Initial deliveries are supporting the USCG Offshore Patrol Cutter programme 


Lockheed Martin Rotary and Mission Systems has completed build of the first two production examples of a compact variant of the US Navy’s (USN’s) Surface Electronic Warfare Improvement Program (SEWIP) Block 2 electronic warfare (EW) system. Designated AN/SLQ-32(V)6C – and also dubbed SEWIP Lite – this scaled, lower-cost version of the AN/SLQ-32(V)6 SEWIP Block 2 equipment was originally conceived to met the ship fit constraints of the Littoral Combat Ship (LCS).
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مُساهمةموضوع: رد: متابعة معرض SNA 2018   الأربعاء 10 يناير 2018 - 19:35

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SNA 2018: Lockheed Martin Unveils its FFG(X) Frigate Design
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The new Frigate would likely replace the troubled, very modular, Littoral Combat Ships (LCS) for typical "frigate missions". The U.S. Navy is requesting the FFG(X) to conduct the following missions:
- Over the horizon anti-surface warfare (ASuW )
- Anti-submarine warfare (ASW)
- Independently escort logistics ship convoys
- Electronic warfare (EW)
- Electronic signals intelligence and collection (ELINT)
The frigate displacement wasn't mentioned in the RFI, but it is likely to be comprised between 4000 tons (if the design is to stay as close as possible to the LCS) and in excess of 6000 tons (in view of the requirements set by the U.S. Navy, which is particularly interested on how the shipbuilders can fit VLS for ESSM and Standard Missiles and how many).
The U.S. Navy intends to award a Detail Design and Construction contract for the first FFG(X) in 2020. 
The US Department of Defense released a Request for Information (RFI) in July 2017 to let the industry know what the U.S. Navy is expecting from the Fast Frigate, Guided (Experimental) or FFG(X). The RFI says, "A competition for FFG(X) is envisioned to consider existing parent designs for a Small Surface Combatant that can be modified to accommodate the specific capability requirements prescribed by the US Navy."
The U.S. Navy wants a frigate that can keep up with carrier strike groups as well as conduct missions on its own. “The FFG(X) will normally aggregate into strike groups and Large Surface Combatant led surface action groups but also possess the ability to robustly defend itself during conduct of independent operations while connected and contributing to the fleet tactical grid.” The U.S. Navy expects the frigate to be survivable in complex scenarios: "FFG(X) will perform its missions in complex electronic warfare and anti-ship missile threat environments".

هذه الفرقطة من المقرر ان يتم تصنيعها لصالح البحرية السعودية في منشأة naval architecture firm Gibbs & Co


Lockheed Martin contracts Gibbs & Cox for Royal Saudi Navy LCS functional design work


US defense company Lockheed Martin has contracted naval architecture firm Gibbs & Cox for work on the functional design of the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia’s Multi-Mission Surface Combatant (MMSC) ships. A derivative of the US Navy’s Freedom-variant littoral combat ships, Lockheed Martin’s MMSC was selected to fulfill the Royal Saudi Naval Forces’ (RSNF) multi-mission surface combatant requirement.


In May 2017, the United States Navy and Kingdom of Saudi Arabia signed a letter of offer and acceptance (LOA) for four MMSCs. This agreement represents the first sale of a US-built surface combatant to another nation in more than 40 years. “We are pleased to continue our long-standing relationship with Lockheed Martin and extend our partnership to a new derivative and customer,” said Chris Deegan, Gibbs & Cox president and CEO. The specifics about the size and armament of the Royal Saudi Navy MMSCs have not been provided yet with only indicators being a US State Department weapon procurement approval from 2015.


Back then, the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia requested four MMSC ships that would include COMBATSS-21 combat management systems with five TRS-4D radars. Also included were eight MK-41 Vertical Launch Systems (VLS) (two eight-cell assemblies per ship for 16 cells per hull) and 532 tactical RIM-162 Evolved Sea Sparrow Missiles (ESSM). Saudi Arabia also requested a possible sale of Harpoon launchers, MK-15 Mod 31 SeaRAM CIWS and MK-75 76mm OTO Melara Gun Systems. What is known, according to Gibbs & Cox, is that the vessels will be based on the Freedom-variant littoral combat ship’s 118 meter hull and will utilize the same combined diesel and gas propulsion system.


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مُساهمةموضوع: رد: متابعة معرض SNA 2018   السبت 13 يناير 2018 - 17:59

SNA 2018: Lockheed Martin Showcasing Royal Saudi Navy MMSC
شركة اوكهيد مارتن تعلن عن مواصفات الصقة السعودية


At the Surface Navy Association's (SNA) 2018 National Symposium currently held near Washington DC, Lockheed Martin is showcasing a new scale model representative of the Multi-Mission Surface Combatant (MMSC) recently procured by Kingdom of Saudi Arabia (KSA).





On May 22nd 2017, the KSA expressed its intent to procure more than $28 billion worth of Lockheed Martin integrated air and missile defense, combat ship, tactical aircraft and rotary wing technologies and programs. The agreement includes four MMSC based on the Freedom-class LCS Lockheed Martin’s industry team is building for the U.S. Navy. The four vessels are part of a modernization program for the Royal Saudi Navy's eastern fleet called SNEP II (Saudi Naval Expansion Program). Back in October 2015, the U.S. Defense Security Cooperation Agency (DSCA) announced via press release that the U.S. State Department gave its green light for a proposed sale to Saudi Arabia of four MMSC Ships.





The model on display at SNA 2018 is a new one reflecting the latest and final configuration selected by the Saudi Navy:
- A BAE Systems Bofors 57mm main (while an earlier design was fitted with an Oto Melara 76mm main gun),
- 8x MK41 VLS cells placed forward ahead of the bridge (2x8 cells used to be placed on each side of the helicopter hangar in the earlier design)
- 8x Harpoon anti-ship missiles (in two launchers),
- A Raytheon SeaRAM launcher on top of the helicopter hangar,
- 2x Nexter Narwhal 20mm remote weapon stations (these were Mk38 turrets in a previous scale model unveiled at SNA 2016 however the DSCA release mentionned Nexter's Narwhal 20mm RWS as early as 2015).


Two triple torpedo launchers present on the 2016 scale model appear to have been removed on the final MMSC design.



In terms of sensor systems, two CEROS 200 radar and optronic tracking fire control director by Saab are fitted: One forward (on top of the deck house) and the other one back aft, between the harpoon launchers and the SeaRAM system.The main radar system is an Hensoldt (formerly Airbus D&S) TRS-4D AESA Radar. Other sensors likely include a Variable Depth Sonar (likely Thales CAPTAS type), Argon ST WBR-2000 Electronic Support Measure and Threat Warning System. The combat management system is set to be similar to the one fitted onboard the Freedom class LCS: The COMBATSS-21 by Lockheed Martin.





Below the helicopter deck is a mission bay area with built in modularity. Hull size and shape, propulsion system, power output, helicopter hangar etc remain unchanged compared to the U.S. Navy Freedom class LCS. The deal signed in 2017 also include spares, training and other logistics items for the program. A Memorandum of Understanding between Lockheed Martin and Saudi Arabian Military Industries for the parties to work together to build defense capabilities in the KSA to support Vision 2030 and provide for localization efforts associated with Multi-mission Surface Combatants was signed as well.
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مُساهمةموضوع: رد: متابعة معرض SNA 2018   السبت 13 يناير 2018 - 18:05

L3 to provide ALaMO 57 mm guided smart ammunition for US Navy LCS & FFG
ذخائر جديدة عيار 57 ذكية لليحرية الامريكية من شركة L3





L3 Mustang Technology announced in August last year the completion of the Critical Design Review (CDR) phase for the U.S. Navy’s MK 332 Mod 0 High-Explosive, 4-Bolt Guided (HE-4G) projectile. The HE-4G is being developed by L3 Mustang’s Advanced Low-Cost Munitions Ordnance (ALaMO) program.


The HE-4G is a low-cost 57 mm guided smart ammunition intended for use on the Navy’s Littoral Combat Ship and new Fast Frigate, as well as the U.S. Coast Guard’s National Security and Offshore Patrol Cutters. Completion of the CDR phase allows the program to progress to qualification testing, munition certification and transition to production. ALaMO is designed to help surface vessels fitted with the BAE Systems Mk110 defend against asymmetric threats, such as swarming small boats and Unmanned Aircraft Systems. L3 Mustang’s ALaMO program has successfully demonstrated this capability in tests at the U.S. Navy’s Potomac River Test Range in Dahlgren, Virginia, by hitting a moving surface target at significantly longer ranges than possible with unguided projectiles. This improved accuracy allows for a significant reduction in cost and adds depth to the ship’s magazine by requiring fewer rounds per target. L3 Mustang was competing against BAE Systems and its ORKA 57 mm guided smart ammunition.
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SNA 2018: Textron Systems to Develop Surface Warfare Payloads for CUSV


At the Surface Navy Association's (SNA) 2018 National Symposium currently held near Washington DC, Textron Systems announced that they signed a Cooperative Research and Development Agreement (CRADA) with Naval Sea Systems Command (NAVSEA).








The CRADA allows Textron Systems to work with the U.S. Navy to develop and integrate surface warfare payloads onto the Common Unmanned Surface Vehicle (CUSV).
Payloads will include various missiles, designators, sensors, and remote weapon stations.



The CUSV is a multi-mission unmanned surface vehicle, capable of carrying multiple payloads, including side-scan sonar, mine neutralization, nonlethal weapons, and intelligence, surveillance and reconnaissance (ISR) sensors. Since its first demonstration in 2009, the CUSV has successfully completed several prominent exercises with the U.S. Navy. Today, the variations of the CUSV have amassed more than 2,000 on-water operational hours. The Textron Systems CUSV team includes its Marine & Land Systems business to leverage its 48 years of naval experience and proven ship-building capability, alongside the company’s unmanned systems expertise.

The U.S. Currently has one CUSV in inventory CUSV, which is designed for the influence sweeping mission. Textron is set to deliver two more systems this year. The U.S. Navy intends to use these two CUSV systems as part of their comprehensive Mine Counter Measure Unmanned Surface Vehicle (MCM USV) mission, which includes mine-hunting and potentially mine-neutralization, as well as mine-sweeping.
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