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Dabur





The "Dabur" patrol boats play an essential and important role in securing the Israeli coastline. Some were manufactured in the U.S.A and reached Israel at the end of the 1970's, and some were manufactured in I.A.I - RAMTA (Israel) in the 1970's. During the 1980's, a number of renovations were introduced, which significantly improved maneuverability of the boats. Up to date, "Dabur" crews have succeeded in overcoming dozens of terrorist infiltration attempts via the sea, and have succeeded in sinking numerous terrorist boats


The Dabur patrol boats are used for securing the Israeli coastline. They reached Israel at the end of the 1970s. During the Yom Kippur War, the Dabur patrol boats prevented the Egyptian attack in the Red Sea area. They attacked Egyptian enemy moorings and destroyed many speed boats and rubber dinghies with Egyptian commandos who were ready to advance on Israeli targets.
During the 1980s, it was decided to upgrade the performance of the Dabur patrol boats. A number of renovations were introduced, which significantly improved maneuverability.

The Dabur boats play an essential and important role in the securing Israeli coastline. To date, Dabur crews have succeeded in overcoming dozens of terrorist infiltration attempts via the sea, and have succeeded in sinking numerous terrorist boats.
In 1988, the Dvora (Super Dvora MK II) was added to the Dabur fleet. Manufactured by Israel Aircraft Industries, the Dvora's construction is based on the Israeli Dabur; its is however, almost 2 meters longer. It sails at a speed of 37 knots.

Dvora


Shaldag Mk II

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Super Dvora Mk II





The Super Dvora Mk. II is a high performance purpose-designed fast patrol and attack craft (FPC), and remains one of the most capable in the world today. Following on the experience gained in earlier generations of fast patrol craft designed and built by IAI-Ramta and including the Dabur, Shapirit, Dvora and Super Dvora Mk. I, classes of FPC, the Super Dvora Mk. II incorporates more than 25 years of experience gained in combat and peacetime operation in the Israel Navy and other navies around the globe.

The Super Dvora Mk. II has been used on numerous missions worldwide during which it has demonstrated considerable endurance, payload carrying capability, stability and maneuvering ability.

High-Speed Patrol and Attack Craft
As the latest generation of the operationally proven Super Dvora family now in the water, the Super Dvora Mk. II is capable of performing all-weather littoral/brown water surveillance, search and rescue missions, policing duties (detection, interception and interdiction of maritime pirates, terrorists, smugglers, fugitives and other suspects), as well as increased "blue water" naval operations within a broader, complex set of roles and missions in conjunction with other air, sea and land-based forces.

In January 2002, the Israel Navy again chose IAI-Ramta and the Super Dvora platform as its next generation fast patrol and interdiction craft. In this program, IAI-Ramta will build six of the latest generation fast patrol boats, and holds options for five more. This, the Super Dvora Mk III version of the craft, is now in construction at IAI-Ramta and will be launched in the near future. In addition, the company is currently negotiating several new contracts expected to generate additional sales in 2003.

Super Dvora Technical Overview
The Super Dvora Mk. II high-speed patrol craft is a state-of-the-art purpose-designed platform based on the combat-proven Super Dvora family, and excels in the performance of a variety of naval missions from typical off-shore coastal patrol mission profiles to high-speed, high-maneuver littoral warfare. The ship's hull geometry and layout, main and auxiliary systems and performance characteristics have been carefully chosen to suit operational and economic parameters prioritized by specific naval customers, but with sufficient built-in flexibility to enable the adaptation of the above to other operators' unique requirements and operating environments.

The 23-25m long, 5.7m breadth, 1.1m mean draft 50-65t Super Dvora Mk. II and Mk. III utilizes a well-proven marine aluminum alloy planing hull of proportions capable of maintaining high standards of sea-keeping, maneuverability and static/dynamic intact/damaged stability in adverse environments.

Power Packs and Surface Piercing Propellers


The craft is offered with a range of power packs and a choice of surface piercing propellers driven by TDI ASD16 surface drives or water-jet propulsion systems depending on specific customer preferences or choice.



Correct matching of hull, power pack and propulsor permit the ship commander to choose between a very fast (45-52 knot) "sprint" (interception) speed, and extended loitering/cruising speeds and beach-landing requirements. Range/endurance is a 700 nautical mile radius, but can be altered to suit specific requirements.
The boat's configuration provides flexibility in equipment layout and support for various roles and missions, including the over-side lifting/deploying of assault/commando/police craft and beach landing capability.


Craft Operation
The craft is operated from one of three air-conditioned control stations (open bridge, closed bridge, engine/steering compartments) and has a low silhouette, above-deck profile.

The craft can be operated by a minimum of three crew, but has air-conditioned bunk accommodations for up to ten or 12 crew (on duty, off duty), in seven separate watertight below-deck. Other passengers (i.e. naval/coast guard personnel; arrested or detained suspects; or rescued survivors from a marine accident) can be accommodated below deck for specific periods of time.

Robust Design For Weapons Installation
The Super-Dvora Mk. II-III design is robust to allow for the installation of optional 25-30mm stabilized cannon, light or heavy machine guns, all of which can be slaved to state-of the art mast-mounted, day/night, long range electro-optic systems.

The relatively high mast can be folded to allow overland transport of the craft by standard transporter.
Communication, Navigation, Surveillance and Targeting

Super Dvora Mk III






Zivanit





السفن المقاتلة

Saar (ساعر)



Saar 5

Saar 3



Saar 2




Saar 1

الصواريـــــخ
Barak
Ship Point Defense Missile System














Basic Barak Configuration
The Barak Weapon System is a highly advanced ship-borne anti-missile-missile point-defense missile system, as well as an anti-air/anti-surface gunnery control system. The system is highly effective against anti-ship sea-skimming missiles and aerial threats.


First test launch of Barak missile was in 16.8.1991.
Barak employs the vertically-launched Barak missiles and Command-to-Line-Of-Sight (CLOS) radar guidance to counter anti-ship missile and airborne attack by aircraft.
ELTA developed the EL/M-2221 STGR as part of the BARAK-1 Point Defense Missile System for Israeli Navy missile boats.
The System uses advanced radar techniques for target acquisition, target tracking, own-missile tracking and guidance.
The missile Barak is vertically launched, supersonic, lightweight Barak missile that has a very large and powerful warhead.
The System provides a built-in autonomous capability of tactical picture building and threat evaluation. The System is operated automatically from the detection stage up to the target destruction, while providing the operators with a complete engagements situation picture and allowing their manual intervention.
The flexible modular architecture allows tailoring of the Barak Weapon system according to warship size and Customer requirements with respect to the number of Lines Of Sight (LOS), number of missiles, number of operating consoles, etc.
The Barak Weapon System may also interface with various additional sensors (Surveillance Radars, Electro-Optical Directors etc.), guns and weapons. This extended configuration System can be used as an optimized Combat Management System (CMS) for small and medium size ships.
The System was jointly developed by MBT, ELTA and RAFAEL, according to Israel Navy requirements.
The Barak system is installed and operated successfully on various ships of several navies.

To see video about this weapon
click here.



Main Featurs
  • Vertical launch
  • Maintenance-free eight-cell launcher
  • Radar CLOS guidance
  • Day/night and adverse weather conditions operation
  • Short reaction time
  • Very short minimum range
  • 360d/c azimuth coverage
  • Missile high rate-of-turn











Basic Barak Configuration
The Barak Weapon System is a highly advanced ship-borne anti-missile-missile point-defense missile system, as well as an anti-air/anti-surface gunnery control system. The system is highly effective against anti-ship sea-skimming missiles and aerial threats.


First test launch of Barak missile was in 16.8.1991.
Barak employs the vertically-launched Barak missiles and Command-to-Line-Of-Sight (CLOS) radar guidance to counter anti-ship missile and airborne attack by aircraft.
ELTA developed the EL/M-2221 STGR as part of the BARAK-1 Point Defense Missile System for Israeli Navy missile boats.
The System uses advanced radar techniques for target acquisition, target tracking, own-missile tracking and guidance.
The missile Barak is vertically launched, supersonic, lightweight Barak missile that has a very large and powerful warhead.
The System provides a built-in autonomous capability of tactical picture building and threat evaluation. The System is operated automatically from the detection stage up to the target destruction, while providing the operators with a complete engagements situation picture and allowing their manual intervention.
The flexible modular architecture allows tailoring of the Barak Weapon system according to warship size and Customer requirements with respect to the number of Lines Of Sight (LOS), number of missiles, number of operating consoles, etc.
The Barak Weapon System may also interface with various additional sensors (Surveillance Radars, Electro-Optical Directors etc.), guns and weapons. This extended configuration System can be used as an optimized Combat Management System (CMS) for small and medium size ships.
The System was jointly developed by MBT, ELTA and RAFAEL, according to Israel Navy requirements.
The Barak system is installed and operated successfully on various ships of several navies.

To see video about this weapon
click here.



Main Featurs
  • Vertical launch
  • Maintenance-free eight-cell launcher
  • Radar CLOS guidance
  • Day/night and adverse weather conditions operation
  • Short reaction time
  • Very short minimum range
  • 360d/c azimuth coverage
  • Missile high rate-of-turn



The system provides 360 degrees hemispherical coverage, at 10 kilometers. Barak-1 system, developed in a joint venture between Israel Aircraft Industries and RAFAEL, is based on RAFAE L's vertically launched missile. The Barak system is dedicated to the defence of-naval vessels against subsonic and supersonic anti-ship threats, including aircraft, missiles, smart weapons and UAVS. The highly maneuverable supersonic missile uses a powerful kill mechanism based on a 22kg blast fragmentation warhead, which is optimised to provide a large kill radius against missiles and aircraft. To maintain low altitude effectiveness, the missile uses an altimeter to control the sensitivity pattern of the adaptive fuze, and overcome multipath ambiguities when countering sea-skimming targets.


The rocket motor employs stress relieved, reduced smoke solid propellant to ensure high maneuverability of the missile even at the end of the effective range limit. Barak-1 is optimized against low flying missiles as well as against models supersonic sea skimmers. The system remains fully capable even in an ECCM saturated combat environment. Barak missiles are provided in modular, vertically positioned container/launchers installed in special compartments provided in the hull. Containers can be rapidly replenished with fresh missiles to maintain combat ready status. A typical configuration includes 8 missiles.

The system employs vertically launched Barak missiles and Command Line Of Sight (CLOS) radar guidance to counter anti ship missile and airborne attacks by aircraft. The systems uses radar techniques for target acquisition, target tracking, missile tracking and missile guidance. For rapid response, the system utilizes built in and autonomous capabilities of tactical picture building and threat evaluation.
The system is operated automatically from the detection stage up to the attack and target destruction phases while providing the operators with a complete tactical and engagement situation picture, allowing manual interference. The Barak-1 system is also integrated with the Threat Alert Radar and the ESM, using a built-in radar tracker to build the ship air and threats picture. The compiled data is evaluated and if needed the system automatically controls the Fire Control Radar (FCR) in ordered acquire and track the threats and launches Barak point defence missiles to defend the ship. The system also provides the kill assessment and decides about the next steps. This is done with full coordination with the Command and Control System and the Decoys Control Launcher System. It can intercept threats at a range of 10 kilometers, down to 500 meters from the ship.












Basic Barak Configuration
The Barak Weapon System is a highly advanced ship-borne anti-missile-missile point-defense missile system, as well as an anti-air/anti-surface gunnery control system. The system is highly effective against anti-ship sea-skimming missiles and aerial threats.


First test launch of Barak missile was in 16.8.1991.
Barak employs the vertically-launched Barak missiles and Command-to-Line-Of-Sight (CLOS) radar guidance to counter anti-ship missile and airborne attack by aircraft.
ELTA developed the EL/M-2221 STGR as part of the BARAK-1 Point Defense Missile System for Israeli Navy missile boats.
The System uses advanced radar techniques for target acquisition, target tracking, own-missile tracking and guidance.
The missile Barak is vertically launched, supersonic, lightweight Barak missile that has a very large and powerful warhead.
The System provides a built-in autonomous capability of tactical picture building and threat evaluation. The System is operated automatically from the detection stage up to the target destruction, while providing the operators with a complete engagements situation picture and allowing their manual intervention.
The flexible modular architecture allows tailoring of the Barak Weapon system according to warship size and Customer requirements with respect to the number of Lines Of Sight (LOS), number of missiles, number of operating consoles, etc.
The Barak Weapon System may also interface with various additional sensors (Surveillance Radars, Electro-Optical Directors etc.), guns and weapons. This extended configuration System can be used as an optimized Combat Management System (CMS) for small and medium size ships.
The System was jointly developed by MBT, ELTA and RAFAEL, according to Israel Navy requirements.
The Barak system is installed and operated successfully on various ships of several navies.

To see video about this weapon
click here.



Main Featurs
  • Vertical launch
  • Maintenance-free eight-cell launcher
  • Radar CLOS guidance
  • Day/night and adverse weather conditions operation
  • Short reaction time
  • Very short minimum range
  • 360d/c azimuth coverage
  • Missile high rate-of-turn



The system provides 360 degrees hemispherical coverage, at 10 kilometers. Barak-1 system, developed in a joint venture between Israel Aircraft Industries and RAFAEL, is based on RAFAE L's vertically launched missile. The Barak system is dedicated to the defence of-naval vessels against subsonic and supersonic anti-ship threats, including aircraft, missiles, smart weapons and UAVS. The highly maneuverable supersonic missile uses a powerful kill mechanism based on a 22kg blast fragmentation warhead, which is optimised to provide a large kill radius against missiles and aircraft. To maintain low altitude effectiveness, the missile uses an altimeter to control the sensitivity pattern of the adaptive fuze, and overcome multipath ambiguities when countering sea-skimming targets.


The rocket motor employs stress relieved, reduced smoke solid propellant to ensure high maneuverability of the missile even at the end of the effective range limit. Barak-1 is optimized against low flying missiles as well as against models supersonic sea skimmers. The system remains fully capable even in an ECCM saturated combat environment. Barak missiles are provided in modular, vertically positioned container/launchers installed in special compartments provided in the hull. Containers can be rapidly replenished with fresh missiles to maintain combat ready status. A typical configuration includes 8 missiles.

The system employs vertically launched Barak missiles and Command Line Of Sight (CLOS) radar guidance to counter anti ship missile and airborne attacks by aircraft. The systems uses radar techniques for target acquisition, target tracking, missile tracking and missile guidance. For rapid response, the system utilizes built in and autonomous capabilities of tactical picture building and threat evaluation.
The system is operated automatically from the detection stage up to the attack and target destruction phases while providing the operators with a complete tactical and engagement situation picture, allowing manual interference. The Barak-1 system is also integrated with the Threat Alert Radar and the ESM, using a built-in radar tracker to build the ship air and threats picture. The compiled data is evaluated and if needed the system automatically controls the Fire Control Radar (FCR) in ordered acquire and track the threats and launches Barak point defence missiles to defend the ship. The system also provides the kill assessment and decides about the next steps. This is done with full coordination with the Command and Control System and the Decoys Control Launcher System. It can intercept threats at a range of 10 kilometers, down to 500 meters from the ship.





India, Israel to sign $ 100 mn missile deal

15.48 IST 26th Nov 2003

India and Israel are poised to sign a 100 million dollar deal for the supply of Barak anti-ship missiles for Indian warships despite its recent unsuccessful test launch.

To date the Indian Army has purchased some 260 million dollars worth of Barak missiles from Israel but the upcoming deal with Israeli Aircraft Industries (IAI) will be the Indian Navy's third purchase of the missile.

The surface to-surface Barak missile is produced in Israel and in service with Israeli Navy's Saar 5 patrol boats.

India had first mounted the system on its aircraft carrier INS Viraat.

During a recent test by the Indian Navy veered off course and fell into the sea. It attributed the failure during the launch to problem in communication frequencies between the missile and the warship.

Another possible reason for the failure was a problem in the missile's control and guiding system that stopped the missile's flight, the daily reported.

However, a second missile back-up launched in the same test, hit its target accurately.

India has emerged as one of the largest buyers of Israeli military hardware in recent years and is acquiring the Phalcon earning warning radars. Both sides have also discussed the transfer of the Arrow-2 surface-to-air missiles as part of India's defence against ballistic missiles.








Gabriel




Gabriel missils in last tests in MBT (IAI) factory before they delivered to customer.
GABRIEL PROPULSION SYSTEM

Booster and sustainer motors for the Gabriel Gabriel III Gabriel IV

الغواصــــــــــــات SSK Dolphin Class attack submarine












Three 1,925 ton Type 800 Dolphin class submarines have been built in German shipyards for the Israel Navy. Modern submarines with the most advanced sailing and combat systems in the world, they combine extensive sophistication with very easy operation. The purpose of these submarines is to enable the Israel Navy to meet all the tasks faced in the Mediterranean Sea in the 21st century. The submarines cost $320 million each, and are twice as big as the aging Gal-class submarines that the Israeli navy has relied on to date.


It is generally agreed that these submarines are outfitted with six 533-millimeter torpedo tubes suitable for the 21-inch torpedoes that are normally used on most submarines, including those of the United States. Some reports suggest that the submarines have a total of ten torpedo tubes -- six 533-millimeter and four 650-millimeter. Uniquely, the Soviet navy deployed the Type 65 heavy-weight torpedo using a 650-millimeter tube. The four larger 25.5 inch diameter torpedo tubes could be used to launch a long-range nuclear-capable submarine-launched cruise missile (SLCM). According to some reports the submarines may be capable of carrying nuclear-armed Popeye Turbo cruise missiles, with a goal of deterring an enemy from trying to take out its nuclear weapons with a surprise attack. Under a system of rotation, two of the vessels would remain at sea: one in the Red Sea and Persian Gulf, the other in the Mediterranean. A third would remain on standby.

The project initially was structured to include an industrial team consisting of HDW and Thyssen Nordseewerke, lead by Ingalls Shipbuilding. The project, under which the boats would be built in the United States by Ingalls using US FMS funds, was cancelled in 1990. The crews of the submarines started training in 1994, and participated in the building process as well as in the acceptance procedures for weapon systems. Germany donated two of these submarines to Israel, which were delivered in 1997. Israel bought a third Dolphin submarine from Germany. The project to build the Israeli Navy's third submarine, named "Tekumah ," was launched in Germany on 09 July 1998 with the participation of Defense Ministry Director General Ilan Biran and other naval officers. Tekumah [T'kuma] is the Hebrew word for "revival." The third submarine arrived in Israel during mid-1999.
The first-of-class INS (Israeli Naval Ship) Dolphin was commissioned in 1999, INS Leviathan and INS Tekuma in 2000. The mission of the submarines is to carry out interdiction and surveillance operations and special missions. They replaced the Gal Class submarines, which entered service in 1977.

Combat System

The weapon control system is the ISUS 90-1 TCS supplied by STN Atlas Elektronik, which provides automatic sensor management, fire and weapon control, navigation and operation.

ISUS 90 integrated sensor submarine system
This system processes all of the information for the operator in many different variants, assists the commander with his decisions on the correct tactical behavior and assures the effective use of combat and defence weapons of the submarine. It is a flexible system allowing individual solutions to problems with different mission conditions and weapons.
Weapons
Torpedo room with reserve stowage.

The submarine has the capacity to carry up to 16 surface-to-surface missiles or torpedoes. The surface-to-surface missile is the submarine-launched Harpoon, which delivers a 227kg warhead to a range of 130km at high subsonic speed.



The submarine has ten bow torpedo tubes. Four of the tubes have a 650mm diameter which could provide the capability of launching swimmer delivery vehicles (SDVs). With liners the tubes could be used for torpedoes. Six tubes are 533mm diameter for launching DM2A3 torpedoes supplied by STN Atlas Elektronik. The torpedoes use wire-guided active homing to deliver a 260kg warhead at a maximum speed of 35 knots to a target range of over 13km. Using passive homing and speed of 22 knots, the torpedo has a range up to 28km.
The submarine can also be armed with mines. A wet and dry compartment is installed for deploying underwater swimmers.


Countermeasures
The submarines' radar warning receiver is the 4CH(V)2 Timnex electronic support measures system developed by Elbit in Haifa. The Timnex receives, identifies, displays and records the radar signal parameters. The system operates over 2 to 18GHz frequency bands and the processor operates at rates up to 1m pulses per second.

Sensors

The submarine has two periscopes supplied by Kollmorgen.
The Dolphin class submarines are equipped with an Elta surface search radar operating at I-band. The sonar suite includes the CSU 90 hull-mounted passive and active search-and-attack radar supplied by STN Atlas Elektronik. The PRS-3 passive ranging sonar is also supplied by STN Atlas Elektronik. The flank array sonar providing passive search is the type FAS-3.

The submarine has two periscopes supplied by Kollmorgen.

Propulsion
The submarine is powered by three 16V 396 SE 84 diesel engines developing 3.12MW sustained power and supplied by MTU (Motoren und Turbinen Union) Munchen GmbH, based in Munich. The submarine is equipped with three 750kW alternators, and a 2.85MW sustained power motor supplied by Siemens. The machinery drives a single shaft.

The propulsion system provides a speed of 20 knots dived and a snorting speed of 11 knots. The range of the submarine is 8,000 miles at a surface speed of eight knots and over 400 miles at an economical speed of 8 knots dived. The hull is rated for a diving depth of 350m. The endurance of the submarine is 30 days.






Gal







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Spike
Anti-Armour Missile System (مضاد للدروع)







The Spike's thermal Command Launch Unit (CLU).



The thermal sight unit used with the Spike system

Missile



Tycoon - Upgrade Kit for Spike




Spike SR



Spike MR/LR










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Missile










Spike-MR (Gill)











Spike-LR (Spike)












Spike ER (NTD)































Spike-ER for Vehicles




















Spike-ER for Helicopters











Cobra helicopter carrying Spike-ER launcher.



PUMA helicopter carrying Spike-ER launcher with four missiles.






A129 AGUSTA helicopter carrying Spike-ER launcher with two missiles.






Spanish Tigers helicopter carrying Spike-ER launcher with four missiles.




Mi-24 helicopter carrying Spike-ER launcher with two missiles.










B-300

Anti-Armor Man-Portable Assault Weapon





SHIPON

Multi Purpose Personal Assault Weapons System





MAPATS

Man Portable Anti-Tank System

منصات اطلاق الصواريخ LAR-160

Light Artillery Rocket System









MARK IV









GRADLAR

A Solution BM-21 & Other GRAD Users

LAROM TAM VCLC

MAR-290 (Sherman Chassis)









MAR-240

MAR-290 (Centurion Chassis)

M270 MLRS

Multiple Launch Rocket System













Israeli Katyusha







Israeli Katyusha



Soviet Katyusha صدقوني مليت من كتر ما كتبتولسه ما حطيت الا 1% من الصور نتابع صواريخHAWK



























مكيفين على الصواريخ يا حبايبي



مشوشات الرادار واجهزة الطاقة



MTHEL

Mobile Tactical High Energy Laser































The Tactical High Energy Laser (THEL) program is a key component of U.S.-Israel strategic cooperation designed to counter short-range rockets. Israel faces a constant threat from Hezbollah-guerillas staging attacks on its northern border. The THEL, still in developmental stages, will serve to protect Israeli troops and civilians in advent of these affronts.The THEL precursor, the Nautilus, destroyed a short-range rocket in flight during testing in February 1996 at a site in New Mexico, nine months after the project was launched. This was the first time a laser has ever destroyed a ballistic missile.



In April 1996 the U.S. agreed to accelerate high energy laser development after Hezbollah guerrillas fired over two dozen of Katyusha rockets at Israel during its 17-day period operation against the terrorists. Soon after, both President Clinton and former U.S. Defense Secretary William Perry have pledged to expand work on the THEL.

THEL will be a transportable laser weapon system which will be used by both the Israeli Defense Forces and eventually will have applications for the U.S. Army. The U.S. Army Space and Strategic Defense Command and the Israel Ministry of Defense are managing the program and the test program is conducted at the High Energy Laser Test Facility (HELSTF) in New Mexico.

The system is capable of intercepting both the Katyushas in the hands of the Hizbullah in Lebanon and the Kassam missiles fired at Israel from Gaza, controlled by the Palestinian Authority. These missiles are also liable to be stationed in the West Bank, from where they could threaten Ben Gurion Airport.

The choice of the Israeli and US companies' concept was a preliminary step in producing an operational prototype of the MTEL, the mobile version of the THEL. Production is scheduled for completion in 2004, and the project is slated to end in 2007.

The laser could be in use in 2007. Since development began in 1996, the Army, the Israeli Defense Ministry and TRW had spent $250 million on the project through 2002.




To see video about this weapon click here.





A fuzzy, green dot from a laser pointer drifts along the ground and comes to rest on an odd-looking piece of metal. For the next few seconds the light hangs motionless. Then, just as we realize the dot is focused on a hand grenade, the image on our viewing screen dissolves in white light. The really impressive sight comes into view when the screen clears. We see that the concrete pad beneath the blast is scorched, but otherwise perfectly intact. "We burn the least explosive part of the munition," explains Scott McPheeters, our guide for a visit to the Army's laser weapons testing center on the sprawling White Sands Missile Range in New Mexico. You may have observed the same low-force blast when as a kid you stupidly tried using a match to light a firecracker that had lost its fuse.



Over the next few minutes we watch the Army's Humvee-mounted Zeus laser cast its glowing eye upon an assortment of unexploded ordnance. Seeing Zeus in action, we realize we are looking at more than a fast new tool for safely clearing unexploded ordnance. We are looking at the first major military breakthrough of the 21st century.





Chemical Lasers



The military began exploring the combat potential of lasers in the 1960s. At that time, researchers focused almost exclusively on chemically activated lasers. Tests at the High Energy Laser Systems Test Facility (HELSTF) here at White Sands have produced impressive results ever since. As early as 1978, a chemical laser blasted through a tethered helicopter. "MIRACL is a very capable laser," says HELSTF director Tom Hodge, referring to the Mid-Infrared Advanced Chemical Laser, the workhorse of military laser research. "It is also roughly the size of the power and light plant down the road. It isn't a combat system. It is a testbed." Thus far, the most compact chemical laser to score a kill is the Mobile Tactical High Energy Laser (MTHEL), shown here. A few weeks before PM's visit to White Sands, MTHEL became the first laser weapon to track and destroy multiple artillery projectiles in flight at the missile range. The Air Force is using similar chemical laser technology for its Scud-killing airborne laser, which fits inside a modified Boeing 747-400 freighter.





Portable Power



Zeus makes a sharp break with the past. Instead of using highly reactive chemicals to create a laser beam inside a plume of hot gas, Zeus performs its magic inside a special type of glass. Its operating principle is the same as that of all solid-state lasers, including those in CD drives and DVD players. Basically, light from a beefed-up flashbulb sends a stream of photons into nine neodymium-doped glass discs. Inside the discs, the light, which can be thought of as a rabble of raw recruits, becomes organized into a crack drill team--what physicists call a beam of coherent, monochromatic light. Gaining strength as more light is pumped in, the colorless laser beam bursts out one side of the crystal with enough power to heat steel at 200 yards. Add a control system to keep the beam on target and a database that tells the beam which part of the munition to focus upon, and you have the perfect tool for safely defusing unexploded ordnance. Looking beyond ordnance removal, the Army envisions solid-state heat capacity (SSHC) lasers, such as that used in Zeus, as the ultimate defensive weapon. "Rockets, artillery and mortars cause half of the casualties," says Chip Hardy, SSHC laser project manager at HELSTF. Senior military officials are more cautious in their assessment. "Our preference would be to walk away from chemicals," Brig. Gen. John Urias, the U.S. Army's point man on lasers, tells PM. He quickly points out that at their current stage of development, solid-state lasers are hardly troublefree. "If the laser overheats, the system shuts down." Researchers at the Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory in Livermore, Calif., which developed the 10-kilowatt SSHC laser for the Zeus system, believe the power can be increased to the 100 kilowatts needed to blast enemy rockets from roughly 5 miles away.

The difficulty in creating a stronger pulse is not in producing a more powerful laser beam, but keeping the laser itself cool. A 100-kilowatt laser will require 1 megawatt of input power. The heat produced when the laser is fired has to be removed to prevent damage. Livermore scientists have solved the problem by developing a way to rapidly cool the laser between firings without losing its structural integrity or lasing characteristics. A lab spokesman says the research team is on target for delivering a demonstration version by 2007.

THEL Shot Down 25 Katyushas



The Mobile Tactical High-Energy Laser is a short-range weapon being developed with Israel, which wants it to destroy Katyusha rockets fired at its border villages by Hezbollah guerrillas in Lebanon. The weapon looks like a searchlight. In tests during late 2002, the Army used the high-energy laser to heat artillery shells, which exploded in flight. In earlier tests, the laser shot down 25 Katyushas, both singly and in salvos. Artillery shells generate far less heat than rockets do and are more difficult to track. Also, because rockets are pressurized, they are easier to blow up than shells.


The MTHEL is being designed to protect soldiers from artillery and mortar rounds and rockets. the laser system can be packed into about three tractor-trailer loads, he said. The next phase will shrink it to less than one load. Ultimately, it will be small enough to mount on a Humvee.

THEL Fire Control Radar



Northrop Grumman, the system prime contractor for the U.S. Army's Tactical High Energy Laser/Advanced Concept Technology Demonstrator (THEL/ACTD) program, has successfully completed integration and functional testing of the first THEL/ACTD fire unit at the Army's High Energy Laser Systems Test Facility (HELSTF), White Sands Missile Range, N.M. The THEL/ACTD fire control radar shown in the photo is used to detect incoming Katyusha rocket threats and hand-off trajectory information on each target to the THEL/ACTD pointer tracker subsystem. The fire control radar is a key part of the THEL/ACTD command, control, communications and intelligence (C3I) subsystem.
















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