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Versatile Ship Target (MST) Aerial Target Launch Ship (ATLS) Target Augmentation Systems ... Potential to be sent from on board ship. Uses Portable Command and Control Unit ...
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´╗┐Seaborne Target Overview 41 st Annual NDIA Targets UAV\'s & Range Operations Symposium and Exhibition Jeffrey L. Blume, P.E . Head, Surface Targets Team Naval Air Warfare Center Weapons Division Pt. Mugu, California jeffrey.blume@navy.mil

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Outline Who we are What we do Remote Platforms little fast fair size, mid-speed ship size dispatch stages Tow Targets

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Seaborne Target Overview Surface Targets Team Mission : To give seaborne target administrations to the Fleet ,DoD, and Foreign Military Customers in backing of weapon framework T&E and Fleet Training Cognizant Field Activity to NAVSEA for Seaborne Targets and growth frameworks Development T&E In Service Engineering/warehouse Integrated Logistics Support To Other Operating Activities Tri-Service Lead for Seaborne Targets

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Seaborne Target Overview Surface Targets Team Customer Base SEABORNE TARGETS (PMS325/OPNAV) RDT&E LOGISTICS MANAGEMENT IN-SERVICE ENGINEERING ACQUISITION MAINTENANCE SUPPORT OPERATIONS THIRD FLEET HARPOON SLAM HARM Other Field Activities/Services OSD SUPPORT MOBILE SHIP TARGET (MST) AERIAL TARGET LAUNCH SHIP (ATLS) COMMON DIGITAL ARCHITECTURE SELF-DEFENSE TEST SHIP FMS ( VARIOUS)

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Seaborne Target Overview Surface Targets Team ASSETS QST-35 SEPTAR ( 56 FT POWERED TARGET) HSMST (7m, 35+kt. Target ) Mobile Ship Target (MST) Aerial Target Launch Ship (ATLS) Target Augmentation Systems RADAR SIGNATURE ENHANCEMENT IR SIGNATURE ENHANCEMENT RADAR SIMULATORS ECM SIMULATORS Tow Targets HARM stage SDST (PWC) Support Vessels

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Seaborne Target Overview Midsize, midspeed vessels QST-35A SEPTAR 17m x 4.5m x 14 LT Disp. 15-20 kts 10 ton payload completely remote controlled Varied expansion radar test systems RF/IR ECM/Chaff scoring Represents dangers to 40m+ Demonstrated OTH able Mine countermeasure potential QST-35

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Proposed Solution Open-sea execution make 50+ feet 50+ Knots Survivability $500K evaluated generation cost (versus $900K) Also empowers hello speed towing QST-35 Deficiencies Slightly undersized 56 ft bad habit 65 ft Marginal IR and RF signature representation Inadequate pace in created seaway 15 hitch capacity 50 ties required Survivability Amortized cost/effect is $550K QST-35 Evolution Fast Attack Craft Target

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Seaborne Target Overview Small, rapid vessels High speed moving surface target (HSMST) 7m LOA, 3m Beam 2 LT Displacement Aluminum structure w/froth sponson 45+ kts speed ability (35 kt. SS3 ) LOS to 25 km., OTH fit works from altered Range or versatile by means of PCCU COTS stage w/Govt. possessed installed C 2 Realistic littoral focus for GUNEX and target securing SWARMEX Can be utilized as a part of Minehunting/clearing HSMST

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Seaborne Target Overview Ship Deployable Surface Target Remotely Controlled Personal Water Craft Potential to be conveyed from on board ship Utilizes Portable Command and Control Unit (PCCU) for sent operations SDST

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Seaborne Target Overview Ship-sized Platforms Use of ex-warriors now constrained greatly immoderate earth antagonistic Lack of risk authenticity no versatility settled setup Poor survivability age absence of watertight uprightness restricted upkeep The Old Days

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Seaborne Target Overview Mobile Ship Target Fully portable to 15 kts Unmanned operation OTH fit exceedingly survivable solidified boat frameworks low life-cycle cost low repair cost worked to business gauges Mobile Ship Target 80m Version

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Seaborne Target Overview Mobile Ship Target Configurable superstructure > 50 ton deck payload Mobile Ship Target 80m Version

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Mobile Ship Target (MST)

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Seaborne Target Overview Aerial Target Launch Ship (ATLS) Unmanned Operation Built to business norms Verified low life cycle cost Suitable for numerous frameworks VANDAL (MQM 8EER) BQM-34/74 others Operation inside peril designs TBM testing Manned operations/HVBSS Aerial Target Launch Ship 80m

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Seaborne Target Overview Vandal Target Launch from ATLS First dispatch 18 Sept 03 Vandal impact test vehicle Ship unmanned and under remote control Ship speed 10 hitches Successful dispatch No harm to transport GQM-163A next

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Aerial Target Launch Ship (ATLS)

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Seaborne Target Overview Command and Control Common on-board Command & Control System-SeaCAN Utilizes a Common Digital Architecture Can interface with all Navy range control frameworks TM of boat movements Designed and manufactured at NAWCWD Pt. Mugu OTH skilled

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Seaborne Target Overview Tow Targets ISTT Used to reproduce dangers May be more savvy Can be portable or uninhibitedly gliding Survivable HARM/IR target Utilizes extensive variety of enlargement Can reenact numerous objectives Continued improvement Williams Sled

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Seaborne Target Overview NAWCWD Point Mugu Environment 36000 sq. mi. (92000 Km 2 ) adjoining ocean extend Offshore islands Adjacent coastal tops to 500m Fully instrumented for surface and flying TM Minimum non military personnel/business obstruction

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Seaborne Target Overview Operating Sites and Resources Point Mugu, CA QST-35, HSMST, ISTT, Trimaran, Williams Sled, Mobile Ship Target, HARM Barge, SDST Aerial Target Launch Ship Kauai, HI QST-35, HSMST, ISTT, Trimaran, Norfolk, VA QST-35, HSMST, ISTT, Trimaran, Patuxent River, MD QST-35, HSMST, SDST, ISTT, Williams Sled MCAS Cherry Point, NC HSMST, Trimaran Okinawa HSMST, ISTT, Trimaran, HARM Barge SCORE (Dec \'03) HSMST, Trimaran

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