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Day 1 at Sea Air Space

- Boeing MQ-25 Stingray aerial refueling drone with Rear Admiral Corey
- Future USVs and XLUUV/Orca programs with Captain Pete Small
- Austal USA new range of medium and large size USVs
- Textron Systems CUSV with surface warfare payload
- ST Engineering range of USVs

 


FREMM FFG(X)

 

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Day 2 video coverage at the Sea Air Space 2019 exposition. In this video we cover:
- Raytheon SPY-6 radar
- Raytheon / Kongsberg NSM for USMC
- Northrop Grumman PGK for naval 5 Inch and 155mm guns
- Lockheed Martin Freedom-class lethality and survivability upgrade
- Lockheed Martin FFG(X)
 - Navantia / BIW FFG(X)

 

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SAS 2019: US Navy & Raytheon Continue Excalibur N5 Munition Testing
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Raytheon announced during Sea Air Space 2019 that, together with the U.S. Navy, they completed a new round of successful Excalibur N5 munition test firings. The precision-guided projectiles demonstrated various short, mid and long range capabilities.


https://www.navalnews.com/event-news/sas-2019/2019/05/sas-2019-us-navy-raytheon-continue-excalibur-n5-munition-testing/

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SAS 2019: Surface Warfare & Expeditionary Mission Payload for CUSV
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Textron Systems, In cooperation with the United States Naval Surface Warfare Center Dahlgren Division (NSWCDD), unveiled the Common Unmanned Surface Vehicle (CUSV) fitted with the surface warfare payload at this year’s Sea Air Space exhibition in Washington DC.

Textron’s armed CUSV features two weapons systems: The Battle Management System (a vertical launcher for Hellfire missiles) and a remotely-operated weapon station: The ARES Control combined with an FN Herstal SeaDeFNder. This further development is part of a Cooperative Research and Development Agreement (CRADA) signed in January 2018 with Textron “ to develop and integrate surface warfare payloads onto the Common Unmanned Surface Vehicle (CUSV).”

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This, in addition to the ALAMO round, will make the LCS and FFG(X) quite potent despite their smaller 57mm main guns
SAS 2019: Raytheon progressing towards MAD-FIRES guided round testing
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Raytheon Company successfully tested a hot fire rocket motor for DARPA's Multi-Azimuth Defense Fast Intercept Round Engagement System, or MAD-FIRES, the US defense giant stated at Sea Air Space 2019, held in Washington.


https://www.navalnews.com/event-news/sas-2019/2019/05/sas-2019-raytheon-progressing-towards-mad-fires-guided-round-testing/

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SAS 2019: Austal Unveils Range of Autonomous USVs
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At the Sea Air Space 2019 exposition currently held near Washington DC, Austal USA unveiled a new range of catamaran and trimaran medium to large size Unmanned Surface Vessels (USV).

According to Austal USA, these new designs reflect the company’s ability to generate forward thinking customized surface ship solutions affordable to the U.S. Navy.

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SAS 2019: NSM missile now part of US Marine Corps force structure
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“A USMC NSM supports the 2018 National Defense Strategy and Commandant of the Marine Corps modernization efforts,” said Raytheon, which confirmed that the USMC NSM will be similar to the one selected last year by the US Navy.


https://www.navalnews.com/event-news/sas-2019/2019/05/sas-2019-nsm-missile-now-part-of-us-marine-corps-force-structure/

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Fincantieri Unveils FREMM FFG(X) Design
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With the Bergamini-class FREMM Frigate of the Italian Navy as its parent design, Fincanteri’s FFG(X) is 496 feet in length and 65 feet wide.

It can reach a sustained speed of 26+ knots and an economic speed of 16+ knots thanks to its CODLAG propulsion system. The design has a range of 6,000+ nautical miles at a speed of 16 knots. The vessel can accommodate up to 200 sailors.

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SAS 2019: Raytheon lifts veil on Coyote Block 2 suicide drone
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Raytheon has for the very first time publicly introduced the Block 2 variant of its Coyote anti-UAS system at this year’s Sea Air & Space exposition. Intended to be officially proposed for any US air defense program, « the Coyote Block 2 is a game changer in the field of targeting UAV or even bigger targets », Naval News learned.


https://www.navalnews.com/event-news/sas-2019/2019/05/sas-2019-raytheon-lifts-veil-on-coyote-block-2-suicide-drone/

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SAS 2019: Lockheed Martin’s Hypervelocity Missile for F-35C
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At Sea Air Space 2019, the naval defense exposition held near Washington DC, Lockheed Martin unveiled a new conceptual hypervelocity cruise missile for the F-35C carrier-based strike fighter.


https://www.navalnews.com/event-news/sas-2019/2019/05/sas-2019-lockheed-martins-hypervelocity-missile-for-f-35c/

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First of a new species of VTOL UAS appears at SAS 2019
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First of a new species of advanced VTOL unmanned system appeared at Sea Air Space 2019 exposition, held this week in National Harbor. Designed by the California-based Dzyne Technologies, the ROTORwing intends to optimize both hovering and forward flight.


https://www.navalnews.com/event-news/sas-2019/2019/05/first-of-a-new-species-of-vtol-uas-appears-at-sas-2019/


https://www.navalnews.com/event-news/sas-2019/2019/05/video-fincantieri-unveils-fremm-ffgx-design/


https://www.navalnews.com/event-news/sas-2019/2019/05/sas-2019-austal-unveils-range-of-autonomous-usvs/


https://www.navalnews.com/event-news/sas-2019/2019/05/sas-2019-surface-warfare-expeditionary-mission-payload-for-cusv/

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Le 09/05/2019 à 18:31, xav a dit :

 

Sympa le drone ASM un moyen de plus de développer les capacités de PHA (de véritable porte drones)

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11 hours ago, LBP said:

Sympa le drone ASM un moyen de plus de développer les capacités de PHA (de véritable porte drones) 

Si l'engin inhabité a les meme capacité qu'un engin habité ... il aura les même contrainte de décollage ...

Les avion dédié ASW/ASuW ca a existait ... les S-3 notamment ... et on les a lourdé.

 

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Il y a 13 heures, g4lly a dit :

Si l'engin inhabité a les meme capacité qu'un engin habité ... il aura les même contrainte de décollage ...

Les avion dédié ASW/ASuW ca a existait ... les S-3 notamment ... et on les a lourdé.

 

Mais là l'équivalent est un hélicoptère ASM et vue la menace grandissante des SSK c'est pertinent

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8 hours ago, LBP said:

Mais là l'équivalent est un hélicoptère ASM et vue la menace grandissante des SSK c'est pertinent

Le machin présenté joue plus le rôle d'un S-3 que d'un hélicoptère notamment à cause de l'absence de sonar.

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Il y a 2 heures, g4lly a dit :

Le machin présenté joue plus le rôle d'un S-3 que d'un hélicoptère notamment à cause de l'absence de sonar.

Justement je me suis posé cette question ça un double rotor (vos stationnaire) mais pas de sonar

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5 hours ago, LBP said:

Justement je me suis posé cette question ça un double rotor (vos stationnaire) mais pas de sonar

Le système avec deux petit rotor ... surtout conçu pour la vitesse ... n'est pas priori pas très efficace en stationnaire ...

Je suppute donc que l'engin est plus conçu comme un aéronef relativement rapide ... donc pas équipé de sonar trempé.

... les US avec l'adoption du P-8 volant haut sans capteur MAD devait développer un petit drone pour faire la recherche MAD ... mais a priori ça n'a jamais été fait. L'engin ne semble pas non plus être équipé d'une antenne dédié MAD.

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Il y a 11 heures, g4lly a dit :

Le système avec deux petit rotor ... surtout conçu pour la vitesse ... n'est pas priori pas très efficace en stationnaire ...

Je suppute donc que l'engin est plus conçu comme un aéronef relativement rapide ... donc pas équipé de sonar trempé.

... les US avec l'adoption du P-8 volant haut sans capteur MAD devait développer un petit drone pour faire la recherche MAD ... mais a priori ça n'a jamais été fait. L'engin ne semble pas non plus être équipé d'une antenne dédié MAD.

Et en plus l'USNAVY manque de bouées acoustiques, c'est pas un bon calcul.

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9 minutes ago, LBP said:

Et en plus l'USNAVY ne manque de bouées acoustiques, c'est pas un bon calcul.

Les bouées n'ont pas les même performance que les sonar trempés ... meme si les vendeurs t'explique que la technologie est issu des sonar trempé ... il n'y pas de miracle.

Le sonar est associé a plus de puissance électrique, plus de puissance de calcul, dispose d'une immersion réglable en continue etc.

Les US ne font d'ailleurs pas une croix sur les hélicos ... leurs SH-60F ne sont pas bien vieux.

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Bonus video coverage at the Sea Air Space 2019 exposition. In this video we cover the follow topics:
- Mitsubishi Heavy Industries 30DX FFM Japanese multi-mission frigate in development for the Japan Maritime Self-Defense Force (JMSDF)
- General Dynamics Electric Boat (GDEB) Virginia-class Block V submarine
- GDEB Columbia-class SSBN
- Raytheon MAD-FIRES 57mm guided round
- Raytheon Excalibur N5 5 inch guided round
- Defendtex range of UAV and UUV

 

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