TALON Laser-Guided Rocket Goes 3-for-3 in Flight Demonstration
- Air-launched demonstration clears the way for production phase
During the demonstration, pilots fired TALON Laser-Guided Rockets at stationary and moving targets. All shots during the demonstration were successful, further verifying the operational performance of the TALON Laser-Guided Rocket.
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"This successful demonstration shows that our cooperative design efforts have resulted in a precision system that is now ready to produce for customers worldwide," said Hussain Al Hammadi, Chairman of EAI Group.
TALON has been tested to the very edge of its performance requirements, including short range (1.2 kilometers) and long range (6 kilometers). It has also been launched from both moving and stationary platforms, and employed against both moving and stationary targets.
"Our goal has always been to develop the best possible laser-guided rocket solution with our trusted partners in the United Arab Emirates," said Dr. Taylor Lawrence, president of Raytheon Missile Systems. "We are ready for fielding, and this demonstration and the recent completion of our qualification program prove it. This program establishes a cornerstone for our future business development cooperation."
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Source : Raytheon Corporation (NYSE: RTN)
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