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The Sensor Becoming the Shooter

Spike LR Missile launched from a Typhoon weapon station on an Israel Navy Super Dvora Mk 2. A similar configuration was recently tested by the US Navy, from an unmanned surface vessel (USV-PEM). Photo: RAFAEL
After decades of relying exclusively on laser and GPS for precision attack, the military and US special operations community is slowly opening to consider Electro-Optically (EO) guided weapons, gaining strike precision at extended range.

Panhard Innovate with the CRAB

Above: Panhard CRAB. Photo: Tamir Eshel, Defense-Update Following a long tradition of supplying light armored vehicles for recce and patrol, Panhard is unveiling at Eurosatory 2012...

Switchblade – Miniature Killer Drone

The objective of Project Anubis was the development of a prototype, Non Line of Sight (NLOS) munition enabling engagement of time-sensitive fleeting, high value...

Army NLOS Dead. Will the Navy Keep it Alive?

As the U.S. Army recommends terminating the NLOS-LS Weapon System, the Navy will have to keep the program alive, securing the principal surface weapon...

Rafael Unveils ‘Non Line of Sight’ Spike Missile Operating at 25...

Israel's Rafael Advanced Defense Systems has unveiled a, beyond-line-of-sight version of the Spike fiber-optical guided missile capable of attacking pinpoint targets at ranges of...

XM-501 NLOS – Non Line Of Sight Missile System

The XM-501 Non Line Of Sight Launch System (NLOS-LS) will begin fielding with the first Brigade Combat Team in 2011. The system provides a...

Precision Fires and Effects Outlined at AUSA 2009

AUSA, Washington DC, October 2009: A major future improvement anticipated today is the precision enhancement of indirect fires, at brigade level and below. Sofar the...

New Equipment to Modernize Combat Brigades

Fielding the elements remaining intact, as the FCS is restructured into the BCT Modernization, will include the Honeywell Class I UAV (T-Hawk), iRobot SUGV mini-robot and...

Networked Precision Attack Missile Demonstrates Moving Target Kill

The U.S. Army's new Precision Attack Missile has recently demonstrated a direct hit on a moving T-72 target. The missile was able to discriminate...

FCS’ NLOS-Cannon Tested at Yuma

The US Army's future self propelled gun - the 'Non-Line-of-Sight Cannon' prototype (NLOS-C/P1) fired the first round at the Yuma proving grounds. The vehicle...

Armored Vehicles at AUSA Winter 2008

While the manned combat vehicle of the FCS family of weapons has yet to debut publicly, substantial progress has been made already, with FCS...

AUSA Winter Exhibition Review 2008

AUSA Winter 2008 convention held at Ft. Lauderdale in February 2008 provided the venue for the second largest land forces exhibition held in the...

COMBATSS-21

COMBATSS-21, developed by Lockheed Martin is a new core combat management system developed for the Littoral Combat Ship (LCS-1). The system integrates the sensors, weapon...

Non Line of Sight Cannon (NLOS-C)

The primary purpose of NLOS-C is to provide responsive fires in support of the Future Combat Systems (FCS) Combined Arms Battalions (CABs) and their subordinate units...
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