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Sea Shadow operations 12 mintue video
 
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Watch Shadow Stealth Ship! SUPER FAST stealth for the US Military and Navy
 
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Another great idea for the US military and US Navy . This fast attack stealth boat will make a difference. GHOST is a super-cavitating surface craft which is able to achieve 900 times less hull friction compared to a conventional watercraft and is developed by US Citizens for the US Navy at no cost to the US government for providing superior protection to US service personnel. The craft was built by Juliet Marine Systems. The secrecy orders on the project were removed on 11 August 2011. Before Comment , please connect your tongue to your brain (Thumbnail : Foto Ilustration) The united states navy IX-529 sea shadow stealth ship was a great idea for the us navy but was scraped in 2012. Sea Shadow (IX-529) was an experimental stealth ship built by Lockheed for the United States Navy to determine how a low radar profile might be achieved and to test high stability hull configurations which have been used in oceanographic ships. Development[edit] Sea Shadow was built in 1984 to examine the application of stealth technology on naval vessels. She was used in secret until a public debut in 1993. In addition, the ship was designed to test the use of automation to enable the reduction of crew size. The ship was created by the Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency (DARPA), the U.S. Navy and Lockheed. Sea Shadow was developed at Lockheed's Redwood City, California, facility, inside the Hughes Mining Barge (HMB-1), which functioned as a floating drydock during construction and testing.[1] History[edit] Sea Shadow had a SWATH hull design. Below the water were submerged twin hulls, each with a propeller, aft stabilizer, and inboard hydrofoil. The portion of the ship above water was connected to the hulls via the two angled struts. The SWATH design helped the ship remain stable even in very rough water of up to sea state 6 (wave height of 18 feet (5.5 m) or "very rough" sea). The shape of the superstructure was sometimes compared to the casemate of the ironclad ram CSS Virginia of the American Civil War.[1] Sea Shadow was built in Redwood City, California. The T-AGOS 19-and-23-class oceanographic ships have inherited the stabilizer and canard method to help perform their stability-sensitive surveillance missions.[1] Sea Shadow had only 12 bunks aboard, one small microwave oven, a refrigerator and table. She was never intended to be mission capable and was never commissioned, although she is listed in the Naval Vessel Register. Sea Shadow was revealed to the public in 1993, and was housed at the San Diego Naval Station until September 2006, when she was relocated with the Hughes Mining Barge to the Suisun Bay Reserve Fleet in Benicia, California. Until 2006, Sea Shadow and the HMB-1 were maintained and operated by Lockheed Martin for the U. S. Navy. The vessels were available for donation to a maritime museum.[1] In 2006, the US Navy tried to sell Sea Shadow to the highest bidder;[1][2] after the initial offering met with a lack of interest, it was listed for dismantling sale on gsaauctions.gov.[3] The U.S. government mandated that the buyer not sail the ship and is required to scrap the ship.[4] The ship was finally sold in 2012.[5][6] Sea Shadow was totally dismantled in 2012 by Bay Ship.[7] The United States Navy (USN) is the naval warfare service branch of the United States Armed Forces and one of the seven uniformed services of the United States. It was estimated to be larger than the next 13 largest navies combined in terms of battle fleet tonnage in 2009.[6][7] The U.S. Navy also has the world's largest aircraft carrier fleet, with ten in service, two under construction,[8] eight more planned, and two in active reserve. The service has 317,054 personnel on active duty and 109,671 in the Navy Reserve. It operates 290 ships in active service and more than 3,700 aircraft as of September 2014.[3] The U.S. Navy traces its origins to the Continental Navy, which was established during the American Revolutionary War and was essentially disbanded as a separate entity shortly thereafter. It played a major role in the American Civil War by blockading the Confederacy and seizing control of its rivers. It played the central role in the World War II defeat of Japan. The 21st century U.S. Navy maintains a sizable global presence, deploying in such areas as East Asia, the Mediterranean, and the Middle East. It is a blue-water navy with the ability to project force onto the littoral regions of the world, engage in forward areas during peacetime, and rapidly respond to regional crises, making it an active player in U.S. foreign and defense policy.
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US's Sea Shadow : World's first  Stealth Ship in 3D
 
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Subscribe to Indiariffic Channel What is a Stealth Ship ? A stealth ship is a ship which utilizes stealth innovation development strategies with an end goal to guarantee that it is harder to distinguish by at least one of radar, visual, sonar, and infrared techniques. These strategies get from stealth air ship innovation, albeit a few viewpoints, for example, wake and acoustic mark diminishment (Acoustic calming) are interesting to stealth boats' outline. Despite the fact that radar cross-area (RCS) lessening is a genuinely new idea numerous different types of covering a ship have existed for quite a long time or even centuries. What is Sea Shadow ? "Sea Shadow" diverts here. For the 2011 Emirati film, see Sea Shadow (film). Not to be mistaken for "Ocean of Shadow"; for the novel, see The Twelve Kingdoms: Sea of Shadow. Not to be mistaken for "Shadowsea"; for the 2005 tune, see Twist in the Wires; for the anecdotal area, see Pit (Prisons and Dragons).Sea Shadow (IX-529) was an exploratory stealth deliver worked by Lockheed for the Assembled States Naval force to decide how a low radar profile may be accomplished and to test high soundness frame designs which have been utilized as a part of oceanographic boats. Development Sea Shadow was implicit 1984 to inspect the use of stealth innovation on maritime vessels, and was utilized as a part of mystery until an open presentation in 1993. Furthermore, the ship was intended to test the utilization of robotization to empower the diminishment of team size. The ship was made by the Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency (DARPA), the U.S. Naval force and Lockheed. Sea Shadow was created at Lockheed's Redwood City.Sea Shadow had a SWATH hull design. Below the water were submerged twin hulls, each with a propeller, aft stabilizer, and inboard hydrofoil. The portion of the ship above water was connected to the hulls via the two angled struts. The SWATH design helped the ship remain stable even in very rough water of up to sea state 6 (wave height of 18 feet (5.5 m) or "very rough" sea). History The T-AGOS 19-and-23-class oceanographic ships have acquired the stabilizer and canard technique to play out their solidness touchy observation missions. Sea Shadow had just 12 bunks on board, one little microwave broiler, a cooler and table. It was never expected to be mission skilled and was never appointed, in spite of the fact that it is recorded in the Maritime Vessel Enlist. Until 2006, Sea Shadow and the HMB-1 were kept up and worked by Lockheed Martin for the U. S. Naval force. The vessels were accessible for gift to a sea exhibition hall. In 2006, the US Naval force attempted to offer Sea Shadow to the most astounding bidder; after the underlying offering met with an absence of intrigue, it was recorded for disassembling deal on gsaauctions.gov. Stealth Technology The Sea Shadow empowers the new component i.e. it go about as Fight Through even in all around shielded navalspace. . The Sea Shadow slip go about as a quarterback for different powers once it gets over challenged naval wars. With the goal that it could direct other nearby machine around concealed SAM batteries. Materials Much the same as decisions in forming, the selection of materials impacts the RCS of a ship. Composites, for example, fiberglass and carbon fiber are awesome blockers of radar and give littler vessels preference in further RCS decreases. However composites are delicate and frequently unsuited to bigger ships or ships that hope to take fire, however new covers can somewhat invalidate a portion of the shortcomings.This confines bigger boats to metals, for example, steel and aluminum composites. To repay a ship may incorporate a covering of a radar engrossing material however this can be very costly and may not face the destructive impacts of salt water. Specifications General characteristics Type: Stealth ship Displacement: 563 long tons (572 t) Length: 164 ft (50 m) Beam: 68 ft (21 m) Draft: 15 ft (4.6 m) Propulsion: Diesel-electric Speed: 14.2 knots (26.3 km/h; 16.3 mph) Legacy Sea Shadow was the motivation behind Elliot Carver's stealth send in the James Bond film Tomorrow Never Dies, with an indistinguishable appearance from Sea Shadow. Firesong by Kevin MacLeod is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution license (https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0/) Source: http://incompetech.com/music/royalty-free/index.html?isrc=USUAN1100598 Artist: http://incompetech.com/
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10 Most Insane Secret Military Machines That Will Leave You Stunned
 
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10 Most Insane Secret Military Machines That Leave You Stunned ► Subscribe: https://goo.gl/vHN6qB For copyright matters please contact us at: [email protected] The biggest militaries in the world are always trying to stay on top of cutting-edge technology for a reason: The country with the most technologically advanced would easily be able to conquer their. There is always something being invented, and some countries have been able to keep their latest technological a secret, that is until 20-30 years pass when we do finally see something that blows our minds. Join us as we take a look at 10 Most Insane Secret Military Vehicles. 10. Harrier Jump Jet – When the public first saw this plane, they couldn’t believe their eyes. A military jet that had the ability to take off and land like a helicopter was a thing straight out of science fiction. The Harrier is actually informally known as the Harrier Jump Jet and is a jet-powered attack aircraft capable of vertical or short takeoff landing operations. 9. Zubr-class Hovercraft - Designed and built the 1980s to be a much larger and more potent follow-on to the Aist Class LCAC already in service, the Zubr Class took the whole landing craft concept to an extraordinary new level. Whether it be the massive Typhoon Class ballistic submarines or the menacing Kirov Class Battle Cruisers, the USSR of the 1980s tended to prefer their military hardware massive. 8. 1K17 Szhatie – During the closing years of the , the USSR tried to make that part of science fiction come true and it worked, but not too well. This was once a classified military weapon that entered the Russian army in 1992. 7. The Zil-157 - The Soviet Union was a pretty forward-thinking place in regard to tanks and SP, but woefully backward in the area of trucks and transportation in general. 6. PL-01 Stealth Tank – This is the world's first fifth-generation "stealth tank" which is practically invisible to infrared and radar detection. Developed by the Polish state-owned defense firm OBRUM with support from BAE Systems. The primary of the PL-01 will either be a 105 mm or 120 mm gun fed by an autoloader that ensures a rate of fire of six rounds a minute. 5. M80 Stiletto - The M-Ship Company designed the M80 Stiletto and it was built by Knight & Carver, a commercial and private shipbuilder out of San Diego, California utilizing advanced composites and a slew of then cutting-edge technologies with an emphasis on adaptability. The vessel was originally envisioned as the centerpiece of an initiative called Project WolfPAC which aimed to revolutionize “netcentric” command and control capabilities and combat effectiveness of small ships operating cooperatively with other vessels. 3. Sea Shadow IX-529 - Originally built in 1985 by Lockheed Martin, the Sea Shadow was intended to test whether the same technologies that spawned the F-117 Nighthawk stealth fighter could be applied to naval vessels as well. 2. UH-19RXW HoverWing - The UH-19XRW Hoverwing isn’t a craft that was designed by the military, however it could have some military uses and is advertised as a possible military vehicle. Smooth lines, excellent aerodynamics and a high-efficiency drive system keep the noise inside and outside the cockpit lower than any manufactured hovercraft available.
Views: 1411012 Interesting Facts
US Stealth Boat :Coolest Looking And the most unique Ever ! SUPER FAST Boat for the US Military
 
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Shadow Stealth Boat : Coolest Looking And the most unique Ever ! SUPER FAST Boat for the US Military (Thumbnail : Foto Ilustration) Another great idea for the US military and US Navy . This fast attack stealth boat will make a difference. GHOST is a super-cavitating surface craft which is able to achieve 900 times less hull friction compared to a conventional watercraft and is developed by US Citizens for the US Navy at no cost to the US government for providing superior protection to US service personnel. The craft was built by Juliet Marine Systems. The secrecy orders on the project were removed on 11 August 2011. Before Comment , please connect your tongue to your brain The united states navy IX-529 sea shadow stealth ship was a great idea for the us navy but was scraped in 2012. Sea Shadow (IX-529) was an experimental stealth ship built by Lockheed for the United States Navy to determine how a low radar profile might be achieved and to test high stability hull configurations which have been used in oceanographic ships. Development[edit] Sea Shadow was built in 1984 to examine the application of stealth technology on naval vessels. She was used in secret until a public debut in 1993. In addition, the ship was designed to test the use of automation to enable the reduction of crew size. The ship was created by the Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency (DARPA), the U.S. Navy and Lockheed. Sea Shadow was developed at Lockheed's Redwood City, California, facility, inside the Hughes Mining Barge (HMB-1), which functioned as a floating drydock during construction and testing.[1] History[edit] Sea Shadow had a SWATH hull design. Below the water were submerged twin hulls, each with a propeller, aft stabilizer, and inboard hydrofoil. The portion of the ship above water was connected to the hulls via the two angled struts. The SWATH design helped the ship remain stable even in very rough water of up to sea state 6 (wave height of 18 feet (5.5 m) or "very rough" sea). The shape of the superstructure was sometimes compared to the casemate of the ironclad ram CSS Virginia of the American Civil War.[1] Sea Shadow was built in Redwood City, California. The T-AGOS 19-and-23-class oceanographic ships have inherited the stabilizer and canard method to help perform their stability-sensitive surveillance missions.[1] Sea Shadow had only 12 bunks aboard, one small microwave oven, a refrigerator and table. She was never intended to be mission capable and was never commissioned, although she is listed in the Naval Vessel Register. Sea Shadow was revealed to the public in 1993, and was housed at the San Diego Naval Station until September 2006, when she was relocated with the Hughes Mining Barge to the Suisun Bay Reserve Fleet in Benicia, California. Until 2006, Sea Shadow and the HMB-1 were maintained and operated by Lockheed Martin for the U. S. Navy. The vessels were available for donation to a maritime museum.[1] In 2006, the US Navy tried to sell Sea Shadow to the highest bidder;[1][2] after the initial offering met with a lack of interest, it was listed for dismantling sale on gsaauctions.gov.[3] The U.S. government mandated that the buyer not sail the ship and is required to scrap the ship.[4] The ship was finally sold in 2012.[5][6] Sea Shadow was totally dismantled in 2012 by Bay Ship.[7] The United States Navy (USN) is the naval warfare service branch of the United States Armed Forces and one of the seven uniformed services of the United States. It was estimated to be larger than the next 13 largest navies combined in terms of battle fleet tonnage in 2009.[6][7] The U.S. Navy also has the world's largest aircraft carrier fleet, with ten in service, two under construction,[8] eight more planned, and two in active reserve. The service has 317,054 personnel on active duty and 109,671 in the Navy Reserve. It operates 290 ships in active service and more than 3,700 aircraft as of September 2014.[3] The U.S. Navy traces its origins to the Continental Navy, which was established during the American Revolutionary War and was essentially disbanded as a separate entity shortly thereafter. It played a major role in the American Civil War by blockading the Confederacy and seizing control of its rivers. It played the central role in the World War II defeat of Japan. The 21st century U.S. Navy maintains a sizable global presence, deploying in such areas as East Asia, the Mediterranean, and the Middle East. It is a blue-water navy with the ability to project force onto the littoral regions of the world, engage in forward areas during peacetime, and rapidly respond to regional crises, making it an active player in U.S. foreign and defense policy.
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MC-130J Combat Shadow II
 
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Lockheed Martin responded to the challenge from the U.S. Air Force Special Operations Command to rapidly develop and build a new special mission aircraft. See how we took the in-production KC-130J Tanker and transformed it into the world's most advanced special operations platform -- the MC-130J Combat Shadow II.
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US Reveals Radical 'Gray Wolf' Cruise Missile Develop by Lockheed Martin
 
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Gray Wolf cruise missile can chat among themselves to create 'swarm' attacks on enemies like flock of birds' The program, dubbed Gray Wolf, aims to build and demonstrate new missiles
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New warship contract goes to Lockheed Martin: David Perry
 
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Vice-president and senior analyst with the Canadian Global Affairs Institute, David Perry, joins CPAC's Martin Stringer to discuss Canada's new warships. Watch full episodes and more at http://www.cpac.ca/primetimepolitics Like this video? Subscribe to CPAC on YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/user/cpac/ Connect with us on… Twitter: https://twitter.com/PTP_CPAC Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/CPACTV Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/cpac_tv/
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Sea Shadow
 
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Sea Shadow
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7 Secret Space Programs You SHOULDN'T Know About
 
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From UFO sightings that lead to communication with aliens to the development of space projects. These are secret space programs you shouldn't know about! Support our Patreon today: https://www.patreon.com/theywillkillyou Subscribe for new videos: http://goo.gl/SaufF4 Follow us on Instagram: @theywillkillyou Voiceover by Carl Mason: [email protected] 7: Solar Warden McKinnon did it from his girlfriend’s aunt’s house in London. Operating under the pseudonym Solo, McKinnon obtained data from NASA’s computer systems about several operations hidden from the public. One of them was a black budget program known as Solar Warden. The information he recovered indicated that the operation consisted of around 40 smaller & 8 gigantic motherships. Alleged space program insider William Tompkins claims he helped develop the ships in the Solar Warden fleet. 6: Interplanetary Corporate Conglomerate Lockheed Martin is a titan in the technologies & aerospace industries. They employ over 100,000 people & it’s widely considered the world’s largest contractor. Its Advanced Development Program, also known as Skunk Works is responsible for several well-known aircraft designs such as the U-2, the Lockheed F-117 Nighthawk or the Lockheed SR-71 Blackbird. According to insider Edgar Rothschild Fouche Lockheed is secretly developing incredibly advanced aircrafts. They’re working on Blackbird models all the way up to SR-75 some of which can reach speeds exceeding Mach 10. 5: Secret Lunar Base The moon is in tidal lock with the Earth. Meaning that its rotational period matches that of the Earth hence we always see the same side of the moon. There’s a theory claiming a secret base was built on the far side of the moon. Through Project Moon Shadow, Cramer claims that genetically engineered embryos were implanted into unknowing females. Cramer claims Project Moon Shadow also operated as a MILAB, a selection program for children that were intuitive empaths. 4: Lucifer Project RTGs or radioisotope thermoelectric generators are used to power space probes like Voyager, Cassini, Galileo & others. Without enough light past Mars to sustain a manned spacecraft, RTGs are a simple & reliable option for space exploration. Within the scientific community some refer to Jupiter as a ‘failed star’, because its chemical composition is very similar to that of the Sun. Jupiter is too light & its core temperature failed to reach the degree necessary for hydrogen fusion to start. 3: Phantom Cosmonauts There’s a conspiracy theory that before Yuri Gagarin Soviet Russia tried to launch other manned space flights. Yuri Gagarin was the first man to officially reach outer space, but many are convinced there were others. Weeks before Gagarin’s successful flight, the Judica-Cordigia brothers claimed to have intercepted & recorded the last radio transmissions of a cosmonaut. The Soviet Union promptly denied this. The evidence to back this theory is usually regarded as inconclusive. Supporters however claim that, to avoid international backlash, the Soviet Union did it in secrecy. 2: Advanced Aviation Identification Program On December 16, 2017, the Advanced Aviation Identification Program was made public by the Pentagon. AATIP was a secret investigatory branch active from 2007 to 2012 with a budget of $22 million. It’s still unclear whether the program was terminated or still operational under classified parameters. The worldwide investigation documented alleged sightings across several decades with a 490-page report that hasn’t been made public. Admitting to such a program directly contradicted previous Pentagon denials regarding its existence. According to the Washington Post, intelligence officer Luis Elizondo, head of AATIP, was responsible for releasing infrared footage of the USS Nimitz UFO incident. In early November 2004, a radar operator from USS Princeton detected an unknown object that initially appeared at 80,000 feet before rapidly moving towards the sea & hovering at 20,000 feet. The mysterious flying object then went out of radar range but reappeared later that month. 1: Chinese Space Program Recently China has begun to increase spending on space exploration. On September 15, 2016, Tiangong-2, a Chinese space laboratory, was launched into low Earth orbit & cargo vessel Tianzhou-1 has already performed several successful dockings. China boasts the world’s largest radio dish capable of detecting signals from other galaxies. The Five hundred meter Aperture Spherical Telescope, also known as FAST, is almost twice as large as the Arecibo Observatory in the US. The telescope might prove an invaluable tool in making China the first country to officially make contact with alien life.
Views: 73775 They will Kill You
Lockheed Martin Outrider is a Submarine Launched UAV
 
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A miniature, expendable drone launched from submarines while underwater at periscope depth was unveiled today by Lockheed Martin UK at the DSEI exhibition. The OUTRIDER is a lightweight, canister launched UAS designed to be used in environments where conventional, larger unmanned air systems are not practical. At only four inches wide and weighing only 1.7 kilograms, OUTRIDER is small enough to be launched from a NATO standard submarine signal ejector. The drone can also be launched from vehicles or dropped from aircraft and helicopters.
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Lockheed's MQ-25 Stingray (Sea Ghost) Drone Looks Impressive, But It's Still Just A Paper Plane
 
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Lockheed's MQ-25 Stingray (Sea Ghost) Drone Looks Impressive, But It's Still Just A Paper Plane Lockheed has unveiled its MQ-25 Stingray carrier-based unmanned aerial tanker concept, and it's impressive—but it's still just a concept. No prototype exists of the aircraft, and that could be either a good thing or a bad thing depending on how the Navy actually evaluates the three proposed designs being offered before awarding a contract for four prototype aircraft late this Summer. Our friend James Drew over at Aviation Week got the scoop, and has conveyed both concept art and some interesting details about the Skunk Works' Stingray design. Like Boeing's and General Atomics' MQ-25 contenders, but to a lesser degree, Lockheed's MQ-25 appears to be influenced by the company's Unmanned Carrier-Launched Airborne Surveillance and Strike (UCLASS) concept that came before it. That stealthy aircraft was dubbed the Sea Ghost and was a substantial outgrowth of the company's proven RQ-170 Sentinel design, upscaled and refined for naval operations and the penetrating strike and reconnaissance mission. It's possible, if not outright probable that a similar aircraft exists but in a non-navalized form in the classified world. The Sea Ghost design was dropped after the Navy dumbed-down its carrier-based drone requirement to a tanker with limited surveillance capability—and one that didn't have to penetrate into contested territory at all. As such, stealth requirements were jettisoned. The company seems to have decided that a flying wing design with a dorsal inlet was still the best answer for the carrier-borne tanker requirement. This makes plenty of sense as a flying wing can hold and efficiently transport a lot of gas. Drew writes that Skunk Works general manager Rob Weiss says that his team examined many different design concepts for the MQ-25 mission. Reducing the number of parts for an aircraft design is something the Skunk Works has been working tirelessly on for nearly two decades. The introduction of large-span composite structures and new kiln systems and manufacturing techniques has enhanced the feasibility of simplifying otherwise complex airframe designs dramatically. Experiments, both public (X-55), and at the time private (X-44, P-175), have resulted in a mastery of these processes and the use of it in production aircraft like the RQ-170. The company actually locked its MQ-25 design less than a year ago, in mid-2017. So even though it borrows from prior Skunk Works work heavily, it is far closer to a clean-sheet design than a retooled variation of the Sea Ghost. And the differences between the two concepts are clearly evident. read more: https://goo.gl/fgmEVX subscribe: https://goo.gl/1DpcZe
Views: 1104 U.S MILITARY DISTRICT
Type 26 Super frigate: Emerging from the Shadows
 
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The decision by Canada to select the BAE Systems/Lockheed Martin bid for the Canadian Patrol frigate replacement has sent shock-waves through the naval community. Taken in combination with the June 28 announcement that the Australian Navy had selected the Type 26 frigate for its ANZAC replacement program, the position of the Type 26 has dramatically strengthened. In less than a year, the Type 26 has vaulted from a small, also-ran program to the leading contender in the international surface combatants market. With the Canadian order, assuming the present “preferred bidder” status is confirmed with a signed order, a total of 32 Type 26 frigates are to be built. The reason behind the success of Type 26 is claimed to be the greater willingness of the British design team to modify their ship to meet national requirements. The three national variants of Type 26 are quite different in equipment fit and capabilities with, ironically, the British variant being the least complex of the three. source:https://goo.gl/eKU8Pf ---------------------------------------- #Type 26 #BAE Systems#royal navy
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F-35 Lightning II Stealth Fighter Jet vs Dassault Rafale Fighter Jet - Which would win
 
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F-35 Lightning II Stealth Fighter Jet vs Dassault Rafale Fighter Jet - Which would win | American F35 and French Rafale are two of the best fighter jets in the world. Both jets need to fulfill multiple roles in multiple services. This includes air superiority, ground attack and reconnaissance. Despite their similar goals these aircraft are extremely different, not only in design but their construction and the very philosophy behind them. Today we will compare these two phenomenal fighter jets in this hypothetical match up, and determine which fighter jet is better in a real battlefield. Marines F-35B Fighters Headed to Middle East For The First Time | F-35B Fighters Technology 2018 https://youtu.be/WTTjuvsAS3s Marines F-35B Short Takeoff/Vertical Landing (STOVL) World’s First Supersonic STOVL Stealth Aircraft https://youtu.be/q1ZDAgGb6ps An Israeli F-35 Adir Mysteriously Popped Up On Flightradar24.com An Aircraft Flight Tracking Website https://youtu.be/UxkKYA0_Yuo F-35 Lightning II most lethal survivable fighter aircraft ever built https://youtu.be/OYjhSKimPnw 10 Amazing & Interesting Facts F-35 Lightning II Stealth Fighter Jet 2019 https://youtu.be/p2W3QY_Quqk 1. Specifications Both aircraft have various variants for air force and navy but we will compare F-35A with Rafale C. So let’s have a look at some specifications first. F-35 was first introduced in 2015. 280 jets of all variants have been built so far with per unit cost of $ 85 m for F-35a. Operated by crew of 1, the Aircraft’s empty weight is 29,000 lb with maximum take-off weight at 70,000 pounds. France Navy Rafale Takoff Aboard US Navy Aircraft Carrier | Rafale Fighter Jet 2018 https://youtu.be/PDEWKsv-2QY On the other hand, Rafale was first rolled out in 2001. Around 164 jets have been built so far. Per unit cost of the aircraft is around $70M. Operated by a crew of 1, the aircraft comes in at weight of 21,720 lb with maximum take-off weight around 54,000 pounds. The aircraft is powered by 2 turbofan engines 2. Power & Speed Number 2. F-35 is powered by a single Pratt & Whitney F135turbofan engine, which produces 43,000 pounds of thrust with full afterburne On the other hand, Rafale is powered by 2 Snecma M88-2turbo fan engines generating 33,720 pounds of thrust combined… 3. Maneuverability With smaller wings and inferior thrust to weight ratio the early F-35 pilots found it nearly impossible to engage with F-16… On the other hand, Rafale has lead in this category. The aircraft has 9 Gs maneuverability with a high angle of attack. Canard wings are used to improve maneuverability… 4. Stealth The F-35 has been designed to have a low radar cross section with the help of aircraft shape and the use of stealthy radar absorbent material On the other hand, Rafale is not a full aspect stealth aircraft. However, the jet was designed for a reduced radar cross section and infrared signature… 5. Radar & Sensors. F-35 has the most advance radar and communications suite built to date. It will also be the first fighter to possess a satellite-linked communications capability… On the other hand, Rafale is equipped with Thales RBE2 AA passive electronically scanned multi-mode radar… 6. Firepower Both fighter jets are equally equipped with beyond and within visual range weaponry. F-35 is armed with an internally mounted 25 mm GAU-22/A equalizer gun with 182 rounds in addition to an external pod with 220 rounds. The aircraft has two internal weapon bays and 6 external hard points with weapon payload of 9 tons… On the other hand, Rafale can carry payloads of more than 9 tons on its 14 hard points. The range of weapons includes air to air, air to ground, air to sea, guided and unguided bombs. For a strategic mission the jet can deliver Storm Shadow standoff nuclear missil Subscribe Now : https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC0IlEuu4TA9wq1u60tLMqBw?sub_confirmation=1
10 Most Insane Secret Military Machines That Will Leave You Stunned
 
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The biggest militaries in the world are always trying to stay on top of cutting-edge technology for a reason: The country with the most technologically advanced would easily be able to conquer their. There is always something being invented, and some countries have been able to keep their latest technological a secret, that is until 20-30 years pass when we do finally see something that blows our minds. Join us as we take a look at 10 Most Insane Secret Military Vehicles. 10. Harrier Jump Jet – When the public first saw this plane, they couldn’t believe their eyes. A military jet that had the ability to take off and land like a helicopter was a thing straight out of science fiction. The Harrier is actually informally known as the Harrier Jump Jet and is a jet-powered attack aircraft capable of vertical or short takeoff landing operations. 9. Zubr-class Hovercraft - Designed and built the 1980s to be a much larger and more potent follow-on to the Aist Class LCAC already in service, the Zubr Class took the whole landing craft concept to an extraordinary new level. Whether it be the massive Typhoon Class ballistic submarines or the menacing Kirov Class Battle Cruisers, the USSR of the 1980s tended to prefer their military hardware massive. 8. 1K17 Szhatie – During the closing years of the , the USSR tried to make that part of science fiction come true and it worked, but not too well. This was once a classified military weapon that entered the Russian army in 1992. 7. The Zil-157 - The Soviet Union was a pretty forward-thinking place in regard to tanks and SP, but woefully backward in the area of trucks and transportation in general. 6. PL-01 Stealth Tank – This is the world's first fifth-generation "stealth tank" which is practically invisible to infrared and radar detection. Developed by the Polish state-owned defense firm OBRUM with support from BAE Systems. The primary of the PL-01 will either be a 105 mm or 120 mm gun fed by an autoloader that ensures a rate of fire of six rounds a minute. 5. M80 Stiletto - The M-Ship Company designed the M80 Stiletto and it was built by Knight & Carver, a commercial and private shipbuilder out of San Diego, California utilizing advanced composites and a slew of then cutting-edge technologies with an emphasis on adaptability. The vessel was originally envisioned as the centerpiece of an initiative called Project WolfPAC which aimed to revolutionize “netcentric” command and control capabilities and combat effectiveness of small ships operating cooperatively with other vessels. 3. Sea Shadow IX-529 - Originally built in 1985 by Lockheed Martin, the Sea Shadow was intended to test whether the same technologies that spawned the F-117 Nighthawk stealth fighter could be applied to naval vessels as well. 2. UH-19RXW HoverWing - The UH-19XRW Hoverwing isn’t a craft that was designed by the military, however it could have some military uses and is advertised as a possible military vehicle. Smooth lines, excellent aerodynamics and a high-efficiency drive system keep the noise inside and outside the cockpit lower than any manufactured hovercraft available. https://youtu.be/H-2UJLSw3ns
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Lockheed SR-71 Blackbird
 
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The Lockheed SR-71 "Blackbird" is a long-range, Mach 3+ strategic reconnaissance aircraft that was operated by the United States Air Force. It was developed as a black project from the Lockheed A-12 reconnaissance aircraft in the 1960s by Lockheed and its Skunk Works division. Renowned American aerospace engineer Clarence "Kelly" Johnson was responsible for many of the design's innovative concepts. During reconnaissance missions, the SR-71 operated at high speeds and altitudes to allow it to outrace threats. If a surface-to-air missile launch was detected, the standard evasive action was simply to accelerate and outfly the missile. The SR-71 was designed to have basic stealth characteristics and served as a precursor to future stealth aircraft. Lockheed SR-71 Blackbird https://engineering-channel.com/lockheed-sr-71-blackbird/ Lockheed U-2 Spy Plane https://engineering-channel.com/lockheed-u-2-spy-plane/ Boeing RC-135 Spy Aircraft https://engineers-channel.blogspot.com/p/boeing-rc-135.html
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SAS 2019 Day 3 - V-247 UAV, Austal USV, FFG(X) Frigate Designs, Type 26 CSC, Hypervelocity missile
 
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Day 3 video coverage at the Sea Air Space 2019 exposition. Washington-based naval expert Chris Cavas is our guest speaker for this third and final day at Sea Air Space 2019. Cavas covers the follow topics: - Bell V-247 Vigilant VTOL tilt-rotor UAV in U.S. Navy configuration - Austal USA USV concepts - Austal USA FFG(X) Frigate - Fincantieri FFG(X) Frigate - GD Bath Iron Works FFG(X) Frigate - Lockheed Martin Type 26 CSC - Lockheed Martin hypervelocity missile - Mic drop
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Les 10 véhicules militaires secrets les plus insensés
 
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Les 10 véhicules militaires secrets les plus insensés Abonnez-vous!: https://bit.ly/2NuKLAW Les plus grandes armées du monde essaient toujours de rester à la pointe de la technologie pour une raison : le pays possédant les armes les plus avancées sur le plan technologique serait facilement capable de vaincre ses ennemis. 10. Le Harrier Jump Jet - Quand le public a vu cet avion pour la première fois, personne n'en croyait ses yeux. Un avion militaire capable de décoller et d'atterrir comme un hélicoptère relève de la science-fiction. Le Harrier est en fait officieusement connu sous le nom de Harrier Jump Jet et c'est un avion d’attaque à réaction capable d’effectuer des atterrissages ou décollage verticaux ou courts. 9. L'aéroglisseur de classe Zubr - Conçu et construit dans les années 1980 pour donner une suite beaucoup plus grande et plus puissante au LCAC de la classe Aist déjà en service, la classe Zubr a porté le concept de l'embarcation de débarquement à un niveau extraordinaire. 8. Le 1K17 Szhatie - Au cours des dernières années de la guerre froide, l'URSS a tenté de rendre réelle cette partie de la science-fiction et cela a fonctionné, mais pas très bien. Il s'agissait d'une arme militaire classifiée qui est entrée dans l'armée russe en 1992. Au milieu des années 1970, l'Union soviétique cherchait ardemment des armes laser sur terre, en mer, dans les airs et dans l'espace, en tant que moyen utile de lutter contre les armes optiques, missiles, satellites-espions et autres systèmes de haute technologie des États-Unis et de l'Europe de l'Ouest. 7. Le Zil-157 - L'Union soviétique était un endroit plutôt avant-gardiste en matière de chars et de canons SP, mais malheureusement en retard dans le secteur des camions et des transports en général. En recevant la première série de camions américains en prêt-bail en 1942, ils furent stupéfaits de la sophistication des camions américains, de leur fiabilité et de leur robustesse. 6. Le tank furtif PL-01 - Il s'agit du premier "tank furtif" de cinquième génération au monde, pratiquement invisible à la détection infrarouge et radar. Il a été développé par la société de défense publique polonaise OBRUM avec le soutien de BAE Systems. 5. Le M80 Stiletto - La M-Ship Company a conçu le M80 Stiletto. Il a été construit par Knight & Carver, un constructeur de navires commerciaux et privés basé à San Diego, en Californie, avec des composites avancés et une multitude de technologies de pointe, mettant l'accent sur adaptabilité. 4. Le bateau furtif Juliet Marine Ghost - Si on combine un chasseur à réaction furtif et un hélicoptère d’attaque et qu'on les met dans l’eau, qu'obtient-on ? Voici le JMS Ghost qui utilise la supercavitation en entourant un objet d’une bulle de gaz afin qu’il puisse passer dans l’eau avec très peu de friction. 3. Le Sea Shadow IX-529 - Construit en 1985 par Lockheed Martin, le Sea Shadow était destiné à vérifier si les mêmes technologies que le chasseur furtif F-117 Nighthawk pouvaient également être appliquées aux navires de guerre. 2. Le UH-19RXW HoverWing - Le UH-19XRW Hoverwing n’est pas un engin conçu par l’armée. Cependant, il pourrait avoir certaines utilisations militaires et est présenté comme un véhicule militaire potentiel. 1. Le contre-torpilleur Arleigh Burke - Le premier contre-torpilleur Aegis de la classe Arleigh Burke a été mis en service en 1991 et, auparavant, personne ne savait rien à son sujet. L'ensemble du navire, à l'exception de deux entonnoirs en aluminium, est construit en acier, avec des zones vitales protégées par deux couches d'acier et 70 tonnes de blindage en kevlar.
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Lockheed Delivers First LRASM Anti-Ship-Missiles for B-1B Lancer
 
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Lockheed Martin announced Tuesday it has delivered the first Long Range Anti-Ship Missiles to the U.S. Air Force for use on the B-1B Lancer -- ahead of schedule. The LRASM will eventually be integrated for the U.S. Navy's F/A-18E/F Super Hornet next year, but the weapon has hit EOC status for the B-1B early, the company said.
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Lockheed Martin The Sea Slice Swathboat
 
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Any millionaire can buy themselves a fancy yacht, but if you want a conversation piece ... well, it helps if it has a story behind it, and the Lockheed Martin-built Sea Slice certainly does. Launched in 1996 by the US Navy as a military support vessel, the experimental watercraft features a unique hull design that reportedly allows it to remain as stable as a conventional ship three times its size. It cost US$15 million to design and build, but you can have it now for the low, low price of just $180,000. A back view of the Sea Slice (Photo: Yachtworld) It looks like the Sea Slice can sleep at least six (Photo: Yachtworld) The Sea Slice's galley (Photo: Yachtworld) The shower-equipped bathroom (Photo: Yachtworld) The Sea Slice utilizes a variation on the SWATH (Small Waterplane Area Twin Hull) design. A regular SWATH boat has two hulls, kind of like a catamaran. Whereas a catamaran's hulls resemble skinnier versions of a conventional single hull, however, a SWATH's are more like cylindrical pontoons that sit completely below the surface. The struts that connect those hulls to the rest of the boat are quite narrow, thus minimizing volume at the sea's surface, where all the wave energy is located. Because the hulls themselves sit deeper in the water, they're not affected much by the waves. In the case of the Sea Slice, there are four shorter teardrop-shaped hulls – two on each side, one behind the other. Apparently this modification reduces waves caused by the boat, along with hydrodynamic drag. That drag reduction allows it to travel at higher speeds for a given amount of horsepower, as compared to other SWATH boats of a similar size and displacement. The Sea Slice at sea, sporting a previous paint job (Photo: US Navy) The 105-ft (32-m) long, 55-ft (17-m) wide, 180-ton (163-tonne) watercraft features two 3,480 hp diesel engines, two 180-kW Caterpillar diesel electric generators, and (if its specs are still the same as they were when it was first built) a top speed of 30 knots (56 km/h, or 35 mph). There's no word on how many people it can accommodate, although judging by the photos, there are at least six bunks. It also has a full galley, shower-equipped bathroom, plus a washer and dryer. http://newatlas.com/lockheed-martin-sea-slice-swathboat/35854/
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The Evolution Of Stealth Technology
 
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The Evolution Of Stealth Technology On January 17, 1991, at 2:30AM, the opening attack of Operation Desert Storm was set in motion. Tasked with crippling Iraq’s command and control, shipborne Tomahawk and B-52 launched AGM-86 cruise missiles were employed to infiltrate targets within Bagdad. Alongside this initial inrush of deep striking assets, was a new class of weapon. This attack was the first public debut of a stealth aircraft facing off against one of the largest air defense networks in the region. The iconic Lockheed F-117 Nighthawk, the first stealth strike platform, were among the first sorties to enter the heavily defended airspace of Baghdad. What is Stealth? In order to understand how stealth technology emerged, we need to quantify what stealth is. Stealth isn’t one specific technology, but rather a mantra of design that incorporates low observability. RADAR Of all the potential threats faced by combat aircraft, detection and tracking by radar pose the most risk. Radar, infrared, and optical detection all rely on the bouncing of electromagnetic radiation of an object in order to gather information from it. However, radar differs in that the source of the reflected radiation is actively emitted from the observer. With passive methods of detection, the target’s own emissions or ambient light are used. Tracking While detecting an aircraft provides a warning, in order to defend against it, it must be tracked. Tracking is the determining of a target position, velocity, and heading from a reflected signal. IR While some defense weapons can track optically, infrared tracking is the predominant method for close range air defense due to its ability to see the heat of an aircraft through the atmosphere. Infrared tracking works by using an infrared sensor similar to a camera to "look" for the highly contrasting signature of hot jet exhaust gases and the warm aircraft body, against the ambient air temperature. The History of RADAR The first military use of radar began around the start of world war 2. One of the more notable uses was in the air defense of England. By 1939 a chain of radar stations protected the East and South coast provided early warning to incoming aircraft. Modern RADAR Fast forward to today and most military airborne radars, including those found in radar-based anti-air missiles, operate in the 5 cm - 1 cm wavelength microwave range as it provides a good compromise between range, resolution and antenna sizing. Stealth Goals The goal of radar stealth is to both mask an aircraft from being detected, tracked and fired upon from a distance. This is known as beyond visual range engagement. As distances close, radar-based engagements may transition into IR based targeting either low to the ground, or among adversarial aircraft within a dogfight. How Stealth Was Discovered Early attempts at stealth were based on observations of radar on existing designs. It was discovered early on that the shape of an aircraft determined its visibility to radar, its radar cross section or RCS. Pyotr Ufimtsev And The F-117 Soviet mathematician and physicist Pyotr Ufimtsev published a paper titled Method of Edge Waves in the Physical Theory of Diffraction in the journal of the Moscow Institute for Radio Engineering. Ufimtsev’s conclusion was that the strength of the radar return from an object is related to its edge configuration, not its size. Astoundingly, the Soviet administration considered his work to have no significant military or economic value, allowing to be published internationally. During that time period, Lockheed’s elite Skunk Works design team was working on a stealth proof-of-concept demonstrator called Have Blue. The engineering team struggled with predicting stealthiness as the program they created to analyze radar cross-section called ECHO-1 failed to produce accurate results. Denys Overholser, a stealth engineer on the project had read Ufimtsev’s paper, realizing that he had created the mathematical theory and tools to do a finite analysis of radar reflection. Ufimtsev's work was incorporated into ECHO-1. The iconic early stealth looks was a direct byproduct of the computational limit of computers of the time, which limited ECHO-1’s ability to perform calculations on curved surfaces. The B-2 Spirit Northrop began working on a technical demonstrator of its own, know as Tacit Blue. Tacit Blue attempted to demonstrate a series of then advanced technologies including forms of stealth that employed curved surfaces. During the late 1970s, momentum was building for the development of a deep penetrating stealth bomber. By 1979, the highly secretive Advanced Tactical Bomber program was started, under the code name "Aurora". Other Aircraft With the success and dominance of the US stealth programs, the technology has worked its way into other applications such as the canceled Comanche RAH-66 Reconnaissance helicopter, the Sea Shadow, the USS Zumwalt.
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Lockheed's Long Range Anti-Ship-Missile Looks Like a Killer. And China Should Be Afraid
 
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Lockheed Martin released a press statement saying that the U.S. Air Force had successfully tested Lockheed’s Long-Range Anti-Ship Mis sile (LRASM) off the coast of California. “During the test, a B-1B from the 337th Test Squadron at Dyess Air Force Base, Texas, launched a LRASM over the Sea Range at Point Mugu, Calif., successfully impacting the maritime target and meeting test objectives,” the press release said. David Helsel, the LRASM program director at Lockheed, was quoted in the press release as saying, “LRASM has now proven itself in six consecutive flight missions. . . . The reliability and outstanding capability of LRASM will provide an unmatched weapon to our warfighters in their quest for sea control in contested environments.”
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Rare LOOK INSIDE a United States Navy Independence Class LITTORAL COMBAT SHIP!
 
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Rare LOOK INSIDE a United States Navy Independence Class LITTORAL COMBAT SHIP! This HD video provides a somewhat brief but interesting look inside one of the U.S. Navy's most innovative vessels. The USN describes the ship as follows: "The Independence Class is the more science fiction looking of these LCS warships, with its high-speed trimaran hull. It too has a crew of 40+ sailors, but it has a larger flight deck that can support two Seahawk helicopters along with multiple unmanned aircraft. LCS is a fast, agile, mission-focused- platform designed for operation in near-shore environments yet capable of open-ocean operation. It is designed to defeat asymmetric "anti-access" threats such as mines, quiet diesel submarines and fast surface craft. The LCS class consists of two variants - the Freedom variant and the Independence variant - designed and built by two industry teams. The Freedom variant team is led by Lockheed Martin (for the odd-numbered hulls, e.g. LCS 1). It is a steel monohull design constructed by Lockheed Martin in the Fincantieri Marinette Marine Corporation's shipyard in Marinette, Wisconsin. The Independence variant is an aluminum trimaran design originally built by an industry team led by General Dynamics Bath Iron Works for LCS 2 and LCS 4. Currently, Independence variant LCS (LCS 6 and subsequent even-numbered hulls) are constructed by Austal USA in the company's Mobile, Alabama, shipyard. LCS are outfitted with reconfigurable payloads called mission modules (made up of mission systems and support equipment), which can be changed out quickly. These modules combine with crew detachments and aviation assets to become complete mission packages that deploy manned and unmanned vehicles and sensors in support of mine countermeasures, anti-submarine warfare or surface warfare missions." General Characteristics: Builder: General Dynamics (LCS 2 and LCS 4), Austal USA (LCS 6 and follow) Length: 421.5 feet (128.5 meters) Height: 126.3 feet (38.5 meters) Beam: 103.7 feet (31.6 meters) Displacement: approximately 3,200 MT full load Draft: 15.1 feet (4.6 meters) Credit: Austin Rooney, United States Navy.
USA Navy IX-529 Sea Shadow  Experimental stealth ship 美國海軍 IX-529  海影 實驗性隱形船 剪輯
 
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Type 26 Frigate Design for Canada CSC
 
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BAE Systems, CAE, Lockheed Martin Canada, L3 Technologies, MDA and Ultra Electronics are partnering as Canada's Combat Ship Team for the Royal Canadian Navy's future fleet of surface combatants. Canada's Combat Ship Team is offering the most advanced and modern warship design, the Type 26 Global Combat Ship (GCS), with high-tech platform innovations from prominent Canadian companies. The solution includes the internationally renowned Canadian-developed combat management system, CMS 330. Read : https://www.navyrecognition.com/index.php/news/defence-news/2017/november-2017-navy-naval-forces-defense-industry-technology-maritime-security-global-news/5755-lockheed-martin-details-its-canadian-surface-combatant-proposal.html BAE Systems video.
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New Navy Multi-Function Ship-Fired Laser Attacks Drones, Conducts ISR
 
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The Navy and Lockheed Martin are taking a substantial leap forward with ship-based high-powered laser weapons designed to incinerate enemy drones and also perform ISR missions tracking targets such as incoming enemy cruise Missiles, aircraft or ships. The developmental effort, in which the Navy awarded Lockheed a deal up to $1 billion, represents a sizeable technical leap for the Navy’s now-longstanding effort to integrate laser weapons on surface ships. Lockheed’s High Energy Laser and Integrated Optical-dazzler with Surveillance (HELIOS) system “is the first of its kind, and brings together laser weapon, long-range ISR and counter-UAS options available to the U.S. Navy,” Michele Evans, Lockheed Martin, Vice President and General Manager of Integrated Warfare Systems and Sensors, said in a written statement.
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F-35 - Runaway Fighter - the fifth estate
 
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It could yet prove to be the most expensive defense purchase in Canadian history -- $25 billion and counting. The military promises it's the best fighter jet available, but some critics are saying it's a turkey hatched from a bad idea: a do-it-all plane that might not do anything well-at-all. Was Canada pressured to buy the F-35 fighter jet? Will the jet ever deliver on its promise of being the top gun in the sky? Did the government cover up the true costs to win an election? With secret documents and exclusive interviews with Air Force insiders, the fifth estate's Gillian Findlay pieces together the troubling story of the F-35. From Lockheed Martin's first prototype and bungled development process to Canada's decision to buy the fighter jet without an open competition, "Runaway Fighter" raises serious questions about a procurement system seemingly run amok and a jetfighter critics say will never live up to its spin. Original airdate : September 28th, 2012 For more on the fifth estate : http://www.cbc.ca/fifth Follow us on Twitter : http://www.twitter.com/cbcfifth Like us on Facebook : https://www.facebook.com/thefifthestate
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Lockheed Martin F-22 Raptor - Super Maneuverability | BESIEGE v 0.2 | Theater of Flights #3
 
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Implementation of torque steering method on small aircraft results in outstanding performance and aesthetics. The small aircraft, now based on my second favorite jet, the F-22 Raptor can perform some difficult if not impossible manoeuvres as demonstrated in the showcase video. Not only it was very easy to control, it also provided with a pair of air-to-air missiles and a pair of unguided bombs, making this the perfect multi-role jet which can clear many siege missions in Besiege. If all weapons are depleted, it may resort to hit any remaining enemy on its own since it still can fly as long its two flying spirals remain intact. Download: http://steamcommunity.com/sharedfiles/filedetails/?id=551758077 Music: Fighter - Ace Combat Assault Horizon (c) Namco Bandai Cloud and Ground Texture Mod http://forum.spiderlinggames.co.uk/forum/main-forum/besiege-early-access/modding/32802-cloud-and-ground-texture-mod-spaar-s-modloader
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Lockheed AC-130: The Newest Technology Gunship
 
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Lockheed AC-130: The Newest Technology Gunship The AC-130J Ghostrider ground-attack aircraft has picked up several different unofficial moinikers in the five years the Air Force Special Operations Command maniacs at Hurlburt Field have spent slapping guns on the thing: “The most advanced gunship in the inventory." “The ultimate battle plane.” “A bomb truck with guns on it.” The latest affectionate description of the converted MC-130J Combat Shadow II is probably the best — and it reflects the branch’s excitement to get this bad boy in the air. The AC-130H Spectre and the AC-130U Spooky primary missions are close air support, air interdiction and armed reconnaissance. Close air support missions include troops in contact, convoy escort and point air defense. Air interdiction missions are conducted against preplanned targets or targets of opportunity and include strike coordination and reconnaissance and armed overwatch mission sets.
Italeri 1:48 Lockheed C-130J C5 Hercules Kit Review
 
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Unboxing and model kit review. All model kits have been purchased unless otherwise noted.
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Watch This Crazy Video Of An F-35B vs AV-8B Harrier II Short Takeoff & Vertical Landing
 
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Watch This Crazy Video Of An F-35B vs AV-8B Harrier II Short Takeoff & Vertical Landing Visit us : www.militaryupdate.co.uk Before Comment , please connect your tongue to your brain (Thumbnail : Foto Ilustration) The McDonnell Douglas (now Boeing) AV-8B Harrier II is a single-engine ground-attack aircraft that constitutes the second generation of the Harrier Jump Jet family. Capable of vertical or short takeoff and landing (V/STOL), the aircraft was designed in the late 1970s as an Anglo-American development of the British Hawker Siddeley Harrier, the first operational V/STOL aircraft. Named after a bird of prey,[8] it is primarily employed on light attack or multi-role missions, ranging from close air support of ground troops to armed reconnaissance. The AV-8B is used by the United States Marine Corps (USMC), the Spanish Navy, and the Italian Navy. A variant of the AV-8B, the British Aerospace Harrier II, was developed for the British military, while another, the TAV-8B, is a dedicated two-seat trainer. The project that eventually led to the AV-8B's creation started in the early 1970s as a cooperative effort between the United States and United Kingdom (UK), aimed at addressing the operational inadequacies of the first-generation Harrier. Early efforts centered on a larger, more powerful Pegasus engine to dramatically improve the capabilities of the Harrier. Due to budgetary constraints, the UK abandoned the project in 1975. Following the withdrawal of the UK, McDonnell Douglas extensively redesigned the earlier AV-8A Harrier to create the AV-8B. While retaining the general layout of its predecessor, the aircraft incorporates a new wing, an elevated cockpit, a redesigned fuselage, one extra hardpoint per wing, and other structural and aerodynamic refinements. The aircraft is powered by an upgraded version of the Pegasus, which gives the aircraft its V/STOL ability. The AV-8B made its maiden flight in November 1981 and entered service with the USMC in January 1985. Later upgrades added a night-attack capability and radar, resulting in the AV-8B(NA) and AV-8B Harrier II Plus, respectively. An enlarged version named Harrier III was also studied, but not pursued. The UK, through British Aerospace, re-joined the improved Harrier project as a partner in 1981, giving it a significant work-share in the project. After corporate mergers in the 1990s, Boeing and BAE Systems have jointly supported the program. Approximately 340 aircraft were produced in a 22-year production program that ended in 2003. The Lockheed Martin F-35 Lightning II is a family of single-seat, single-engine, all-weather stealth multirole fighters. The fifth-generation combat aircraft is designed to perform ground attack and air superiority missions. It has three main models: the F-35A conventional takeoff and landing (CTOL) variant, the F-35B short take-off and vertical-landing (STOVL) variant, and the F-35C carrier-based Catapult Assisted Take-Off But Arrested Recovery (CATOBAR) variant. On 31 July 2015, the United States Marines declared ready for deployment the first squadron of F-35B fighters after intensive testing.[10][11] On 2 August 2016, the U.S. Air Force declared its first squadron of F-35A fighters combat-ready. The F-35 descends from the X-35, the winning design of the Joint Strike Fighter (JSF) program. An aerospace industry team led by Lockheed Martin designed and manufactures it. Other major F-35 industry partners include Northrop Grumman, Pratt & Whitney and BAE Systems. The F-35 first flew on 15 December 2006. The United States plans to buy 2,663 aircraft. Its variants are to provide the bulk of the crewed tactical airpower of the U.S. Air Force, Navy and the Marine Corps over the coming decades. Deliveries of the F-35 for the U.S. military are scheduled until 2037 with a projected service life up to 2070. The United States principally funds the F-35 JSF development, with additional funding from partners. The partner nations are either NATO members or close U.S. allies. The United Kingdom, Italy, Australia, Canada, Norway, Denmark, the Netherlands, and Turkey are part of the active development program several additional countries have ordered, or are considering ordering, the F-35. pinterest : https://id.pinterest.com/MIlitaryUpdate/
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Unmanned Aerial Systems
 
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Lockheed Martin Ship & Aviation Systems offers a family of unmanned aerial systems to help our military, civil and commercial customers accomplish their most difficult challenges. With more than five decades of experience in unmanned and robotic systems, Lockheed Martin helped create this era of unmanned systems, which includes K-MAX, Desert Hawk, Fury and Indago.
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China Panic: Allies Pacific, partners to join future US operations in South China Sea
 
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China Panic: Allies Pacific, partners to join future US operations in South China Sea As the United States steps up its presence in the disputed South China Sea, the US Indo-Pacific Command confirmed that allies and partners will be included in future operations. Speaking before the US Senate earlier this week, Indo-Pacific Command commander Adm. Philip Davidson noted how other countries have started stepping up its freedom of navigation operations in the contested waterway, according to a report from USNI News. Read More ; https://bit.ly/2DIWZhk
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How the U.S. Navy's New Aircraft Carriers (Armed with F-35s) Could Be Unstoppable
 
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How the U.S. Navy's New Aircraft Carriers (Armed with F-35s) Could Be Unstoppable The Navy is making lethality enhancing “modifications” to its next two new Ford-class aircraft carriers, to include weapons-oriented ship-adjustments intended to further increase overall aircraft carrier combat effectiveness. The initiatives, according to Navy statements, involve specific aircraft carrier modifications intended to, among other things, improve the maritime warfighting potential of how a carrier integrates with the soon-to-arrive F-35C and MQ-25 Stingray drone aerial refueler. These now-underway modifications, which Navy developers specify do not include changes to the F-35C or Stingray themselves, are in part intended to step up aircraft carrier attack abilities on the open sea, made manifest by the Navy’s recent cost-saving two-carrier buy. All of this is enabled by a two-carrier Navy buy of its next two Ford-class carriers. Instead of stove-piping or separating purchases for its next two carriers, the Navy has awarded a contract to Huntington Ingalls Industries to build both the future USS Enterprise (CVN 80) and the as-of-yet unnamed fourth Ford-class carrier - CVN 81. Alongside the intended cost-saving of more than $ 4 billion associated with the block buy, the Navy is also streamlining weapons and w4r-technology development regarding how a carrier hosts its F-35C, Mk 38 gun system and MQ-25 Stingray drones. “These modifications increase the lethality of the Ford-class, and represent an additional $100 million in savings….since these modifications were not included in the original single CVN Navy estimate,” a Navy statement writes. These modifications to the carriers themselves, described as “lethality” enhancing measures, appear to be a part of the Navy’s broader strategy to massively increase offensive and defensive war systems for its Ford-class carriers. So far, some of these measures include the planned addition of now-in-development torpedo defense systems, interceptor missiles and the introduction of greatly impactful platforms such as the F-35C and MQ-25 Stingray.
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British F-35s To Be Armed-With New-SpeaR 3 Missiles.
 
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French, Italian, and British Missile manufacturer MBDA will produce new SpeaR 3 Missiles. will go into service in 2025, in conjunction with the F-35B Lightning II stealth aircraft (due in 2018 and manufactured in the US by Lockheed Martin). SOURCE:https://goo.gl/bJPCDT ------------------------------------------------------ #ukdefenceupdete #BritishF-35s
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Lockheed martin unpacks foldable outrider canister drone
 
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source:http://newatlas.com/lockheed-martin-outrider-drone/51347/ David SzondySeptember 15th, 2017Outrider is Lockheed Martin’s new, lightweight canister launched UAS that’s been unveiled at DSEI in London(Credit: Lo... Lockheed martin unpacks foldable outrider canister drone---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Video Content may be available using other people's Video materials based on Fair Use Fair Use Any issues regarding copyright law violations, Community Guidelines, and Policy, we will take down the video right away. Please contact us by email: [email protected] thank you!
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F-35 Bomb Drop Testing
 
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Video by Richard McManus 56th Fighter Wing Public Affairs The F-35 Lightning II program took another step towards initial operational capabilities March 15 when two aircraft assigned to the 62nd Fighter Squadron successfully employed four laser-guided bombs on the Barr M. Goldwater Range. Click to subscribe! http://bit.ly/subAIRBOYD The most viewed aviation channel on YouTube. The appearance of U.S. Department of Defense (DoD) visual information does not imply or constitute DoD endorsement. #AIRBOYD #AvGeek #F35 #JSF
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[P3Dv4] 787 Cancun Landing
 
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Landing at Cancun Airport (MMUN) _________________________________________________________________ FANGZAHN on FACEBOOK: www.facebook.com/fangzahn.productions _________________________________________________________________ IMPORTANT: - This is a REPLAY except for the HUD-views. -The high fps-rate is the result of a special recording method (replaying in slow motion, then speeding up the footage to the original time). _________________________________________________________________ PC Specs: Intel i9-9940X GeForce GTX 1080 Ti AORUS Xtreme Edition 11G 32GB DDR4 Windows 10 SIMULATOR: Prepar3D V4 (used for videos and scenery development) _________________________________________________________________ ADDONS: Scenery: all Orbx FTX products, FSIMSTUDIOS - CANCUN INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT MMUN P3DV4 Aircraft: QualityWings 787 (with recent PBR update) Sound: QualityWings Effects: FSFX PrecipitFX Graphics: REX Soft Clouds, ReShade (R&D preset), TomatoShade (R&D preset) Weather: Active Sky Views: ChasePlane Traffic: UTLIVE Ground Crew: FSDreamteam GSX Cockpit & Cabin crew: part of the aircraft addon (cabin sound slightly edited to make it more realistic) Tools:Nvidia ShadowPlay, ChasePlane (for the replay) Editing Software: Adobe Premiere Pro, Adobe After Effects _________________________________________________________________ Prepar3Dv4 © Lockheed Martin. This video was created using assets from Prepar3Dv4 and it is not endorsed by or affiliated with Lockheed Martin.
The F-22 Raptor Fighter Jet
 
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The Lockheed Martin F-22 Raptor is a single-seat, twin-engine fifth-generation supermaneuverable fighter aircraft that uses stealth technology. It was designed primarily as an air superiority fighter, but has additional capabilities that include ground attack, electronic warfare, and signals intelligence roles. F-22 Raptor History http://engineers-channel.blogspot.com/p/f-22-raptor-history.html Lockheed F-117 Nighthawk http://engineers-channel.blogspot.com/p/lockheed-f-117-nighthawk.html F-15 Eagle Fighter Jet https://engineers-channel.blogspot.com/p/f-15-eagle-fighter-jet.html
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Lockheed Martin MC-130J Hercules Commando II US Air Force USAF departure at RIAT 2015 AirShow
 
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Here i show a departure Video from a Lockheed Martin MC-130J Hercules Commando II United States Air Force. 67th SOS "Night Owls" Reg.: 12-5760 RIAT Monday departure Royal International Air Tattoo Day of recording : 20.07.2015 Follow me also on Twitter : https://twitter.com/MUC_Spotter and on Facebook : https://www.facebook.com/pages/MUC-Spotter/1521619074780159
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SC-130J: The Sea Hercules
 
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Jim Grant talks about the new SC-130J Sea Hercules and its capabilities at the Farnborough International Airshow
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C-130J Proven
 
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Lockheed Martin's C-130J
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US and UK PROUD.!F-35 test flying from HMS Queen Elizabeth completed ahead of schedule
 
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The second phase of the F-35 test flying programme (DT-2) has exceeded expectations and was completed on 18th November, well ahead of schedule. During the trials periods, the two test F-35s conducted 202 take-offs, 187 vertical landings and 15 Shipbourne Rolling Vertical Landings. The aircraft spent a total of 75 hours in the air and 54 training weapons were dropped on ranges in the US. All of the DT-1 and DT-2 threshold requirements were achieved and rapid progress allowed a significant portion of the testing originally planned for next year’s DT3 phase to be started. The trials process and been very reliant on assistance from the US, which included, logistical support at Naval Station Norfolk, escort from US Navy destroyers and replenishment from USNS vessels. US Marine Corps personnel were also on board the QE to assist in aircraft handling and pass on their F-35 handling skills and experience to their RN counterparts. The third phase of flying trials (DT-3) is due to be conducted in 2019. The success of the Westlant 18 deployment, including the high-profile visit to New York, will allow HMS Queen Elizabeth to move on to operational trials next year with British-owned F-35s flown by RN and RAF aviators based at RAF Marham. source:https://goo.gl/VmJ8zE ------------------------------------------- #F-35 test flying from HMS Queen Elizabeth completed
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Eurofighter Typhoon Weapons Package by MBDA at Dubai Airshow 2015
 
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At Dubai Airshow 2015, Russ Martin, military advisor at MBDA, and Tommaso Pani, head of anti-ship, gave us an overview of the MBDA weapons package available for the Eurofigther Typhoon: The Meteor and ASRAAM air to air missiles, the dual mode Brimstone air to ground missile, the Storm Shadow cruise missile and the Marte-ER anti-ship missile.
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F-35B Initial Sea Trials
 
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Cloud Shadow Performance
 
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P3D 7.0 FPS Locked at 30 FPS, all settings maxed, boat traffic 100%, HDR on, Cloud Shadows on, Scenery Fly Tampa Hong Kong v14, weather ASN 22.0 Some mild stutters still noticeable. Just a bit of fun from my office this morning ;-)
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Evening Report! Mueller, Rosenstein, Awan and SES
 
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Mueller and the Boston Mob https://youtu.be/JMIGzImWRCY Nuclear fusion! Lockheed https://lockheedmartin.com/us/products/compact-fusion.html Naomi Wolf Deep state theatre! False flags https://youtu.be/GuB6wavzcww Lou Dobbs on Rosenstein! https://youtu.be/b6FD3Oowdi0 You tube shooting https://youtu.be/X6MqHlrgXpM Zeppelin: How many more times! https://youtu.be/y-5o2f9wzmw If you enjoy the episodes and find value in the thinking analysis and the links provided, consider supporting the channel! I thank you in advance!👍 Here’s the pay pal account to show some love for the FJ Channel and support the STARBEES coffee Habit! http://paypal.me/FarmerJones2018
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Are you Prepar3D®?
 
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Prepar3D® simulation software presents a virtual world that spans from the depths of the ocean to suborbital space. See how Prepar3D can be used for immersive, experiential learning in this trailer. Since launching the software in 2010 as an evolution of Microsoft ESP technology for professional training and academic learning, Lockheed Martin has expanded ground and maritime settings, added camera sensors and enhanced its multi-player capability for distributed training exercises. Visit prepar3d.com.
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