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Тема: испытания SLAM ER

неплохо получается: один самолет обнаруживает цель, сообщает о ней другому и тот наводит на цель ракету, запущенную третьим самолетом...

ST. LOUIS, Feb. 18, 2009 -- The Boeing Standoff Land Attack Missile Expanded Response (SLAM ER) weapon system scored a direct hit against a remote-controlled, land-based moving target Jan. 15 in a flight test conducted at the U.S. Naval Air Warfare Center in China Lake, Calif.

For the Jan. 15 test, an aircraft equipped with the Navy Littoral Surveillance Radar System sent real-time targeting data to a Boeing F/A-18F aircraft, which relayed the data to the SLAM ER after the weapon launched from a second F/A-18F aircraft. The SLAM ER acquired and impacted a simulated mobile target traveling at approximately 12 miles per hour in a cluttered desert environment.

The test was designed to validate the radar system's ability to provide targeting information to the SLAM ER weapon, as well as SLAM ER's ability to acquire and impact the target with varied target speeds and background environments. This capability is now awaiting customer approval to become operational

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Re: испытания SLAM ER

По-принципу "кто ближе, тот наводит".

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А какие ТТХ у сего образца?

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Это вариант "Гарпуна" для стрельбы по движущимся наземным целям.

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ТТХ в классическом смысле в данном случае не самое интересное. Интересны режимы работы, взаимодействие с носителем и т.д. Боинг вот что пишет:

SLAM ER – the highly accurate man-in-the-loop cruise missile – is the U.S. Navy’s choice for surgical strike against high-value land targets and ships in port and at sea.

Full-rate production began in 2000. Over 500 SLAM missiles in the U.S. Navy arsenal have been retrofitted with the SLAM ER upgrade. The Republic of Korea purchased SLAM ER as part of its Boeing F15K program

SLAM ER is extremely accurate in the fire-and-forget mode, but the missile’s highly successful man-in-the-loop mode allows the pilot to precisely update the point of impact during the missile’s final moments of flight. A data link in the missile is used to transmit an image of the target to the controlling aircraft. A key feature of the SLAM ER’s improved man-in-the-loop interface, known as the Stop-Motion Aimpoint Update, allows the control aircraft pilot to freeze the target scene video on his cockpit display, designate a precise aimpoint and then command a missile to attack that aimpoint. This unique SLAM ER guidance mode will allow the missile to attack and hit critical aimpoints even when the aimpoints have no distinguishing infrared signature.

SLAM ER’s control system offers several tactically significant advantages over other types of standoff weapon guidance systems. Viewing the target scene in real time prior to impact allows target identification; reduced collateral damage; selection of a secondary aimpoint in the event that some portion of the original target has already been destroyed; and an immediate indication of mission success. Time-critical aimpoint age is reduced to a few seconds, compared to hours or days for other weapons.

SLAM ER is the first missile that can be retargeted after launch. With flex targeting, the warfighter can assess the state of the primary target through the missile imaging infrared video display in the cockpit. If the primary target has already been destroyed, the missile can be redirected through the weapon data link to another target miles away from the original planned target.

In addition to retargeting, SLAM ER can attack land targets moving at highway speeds. The capability makes SLAM ER the first operational standoff weapon that can attack moving targets with surgical precision on land and at sea.

General Characteristics:
Length:            172 inches (436.9 cm)
Diameter:         13.5 inches (34.3 cm)
Wing Span:       85.9 inches (218.2 cm)
Weight:            1,400 pounds (635 kg)
Range:             In excess of 150 nautical miles
Propulsion:       Air-Breathing Turbojet Engine
Navigation        Global Positioning System
Guidance          Ring Laser Gyro
Seeker              Imaging Infra-Red Seeker
                        Automatic Target Acquisition image matching system

Current Platforms:
F/A18C/D/E/F Hornet
P3C Orion
S3B Viking
F15 Eagle

Potential Platforms:
F16 Falcon
F22 Raptor
F35 Joint Strike Fighter
737 Multimission Maritime Aircraft (MMA)
EA18G
AV8B
Harrier
F111
Nimrod
Fokker 50
F27
B1 / B2 / B52
Tornado
Jaguar
Eurofighter
MIG29
CP140
Aurora

Отредактировано VasYa (27.02.2009 13:22:34)

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