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Sunday, Dec 11, 2016


AAS Continues Testing on P-8A Poseidon

The Navy continues integration and testing of the first Advanced Airborne Sensor (AAS), designated the APS-154, aboard the P-8A Poseidon.  Testing will confirm the ability of the P-8A and AAS to operate safely and efficiently.  Successful testing of AAS on the P-8A is a significant milestone enabling production decisions and leading up to the initial deployment of AAS.

AAS is an externally mounted radar and a follow-on system to the currently deployed Littoral Surveillance Radar System (LSRS).  LSRS currently provides a broad range of capabilities against moving and stationary targets at sea and on land.

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Like LSRS, AAS is an integrated Intelligence, Surveillance, Reconnaissance and Targeting (ISR&T) asset, with the additional capability of Mast and Periscope Detection (MPD).  AAS employment will increase the Combatant Commanders’ war fighting effectiveness by ensuring a situational awareness advantage, achieving information dominance throughout all campaign phases, and providing on-demand, actionable sensor data to support precision targeting against threats at sea and on land.

Source : Naval Air Systems Command - view original press release

Published on ASDNews: Dec 30, 2015

 

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