APKWS II rocket Pentagon allowed to use on airplanes

U.S. Department of Defense issued a permit for the use of rockets equipped with laser guidance system APKWS II, with aircraft.   As reported by Jane’s, the permit was issued October 15, 2013 on the basis of tests carried out by the control PMA-242 fighter planes based on the A-10 Thunderbolt II and F-16 fighter Fighting Falcon.   APKWS system developed by British company BAE Systems. Initially, it was designed to implement helicopter types UH-1 Huey, OH-58 Kiowa Warrior and AH-64 Apache.   The system is a laser target mounted on a helicopter, also block rudders, engines built between ordinary

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APKWS II rocket Pentagon allowed to use on airplanes

U.S. Department of Defense issued a permit for the use of rockets equipped with laser guidance system APKWS II, with aircraft.   As reported by Jane’s, the permit was issued October 15, 2013 on the basis of tests carried out control PMA-242 fighter planes based on the A-10 Thunderbolt II and F-16 fighter Fighting Falcon.   APKWS system developed by British company BAE Systems. Initially, it was designed to implement helicopter types UH-1 Huey, OH-58 Kiowa Warrior and AH-64 Apache.   The system is a laser target mounted on a helicopter, also block rudders, engines built between ordinary unguided missile

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System precision weapons APKWS will be posted on unmanned aerial vehicle

For the first time, modern precision weapons APKWS system will be located on an unmanned aircraft, reported on the website of the company BAE Systems September 17, 2012. The company, which has developed and is developing a control unit laser-guided missiles, recently received a contract from the U.S. Navy for the installation of the system on unmanned aerial vehicle MQ-8B Fire Scout. Assembly on said carrier is performed in response to an urgent operational (operational) requirement and prepared for deployment frisky. Company BAE Systems will support work on integrating the frisky means performing system analysis and modeling based on

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Precision weapons APKWS system will be placed on UAVs

Resource Engineering, September 25. For the first time, modern precision weapons APKWS system will be located on an unmanned aircraft, reported on the website of the company BAE Systems September 17, 2012. The company, which has developed and is developing a control unit laser-guided missiles, recently received a contract from the U.S. Navy for the installation of the system on unmanned aerial vehicle MQ-8B Fire Scout. Assembly on said carrier is performed in response to an urgent operational (operational) requirement and prepared for deployment frisky. Company BAE Systems will support work on integrating the frisky means performing system analysis

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APKWS II rocket Pentagon allowed to use on airplanes

U.S. Department of Defense issued a permit for the use of rockets equipped with laser guidance system APKWS II, with aircraft.   As reported by Jane’s, the permit was issued October 15, 2013 on the basis of tests carried out by the control PMA-242 fighter planes based on the A-10 Thunderbolt II and F-16 fighter Fighting Falcon.   APKWS system developed by British company BAE Systems. Initially, it was designed to implement helicopter types UH-1 Huey, OH-58 Kiowa Warrior and AH-64 Apache.   The system is a laser target mounted on a helicopter, also block rudders, engines built between ordinary

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U.S. Navy perceive adopted the latest laser guidance system APKWS

U.S. Navy recognized the newest laser guidance system (APKWS), created for installation on rockets caliber 70 millimeters, which is applicable for mass production, reports DefPro. This means thatAPKWS, developed by British company BAE Systems, satisfies the requirements of the military and recently can be put into service.

BAE Systems wants to soon expand the creation of small-scale APKWS, which will go into service before the end of the U.S. military in 2010. U.S. Marines will use the newest system on helicopters AH-1W Cobra. Once the system will check to combat the criteria will be launched on its industrial establishment.

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