ⓘ Low Cost Autonomous Attack System

                                     

ⓘ Low Cost Autonomous Attack System

The Low Cost Autonomous Attack System. In 1998 the U.S. Air Force and U.S. Army Lockheed Martin began to examine the feasibility of a small, affordable cruise missile weapon for use against armoured and unarmoured vehicles, materiel and personnel, and if so develop a demonstration program. The program has cost approx. 0.000.000 so far, the cost per unit is calculated to be.000 based on a production of 12.000 units.

After starting with weapon platforms, it is guided by GPS / INS to the target area where it may be delayed. Laser radar or lidar LADAR illuminates the targets, determine their range, and meets their 3-D geometry with pre-loaded signatures. The LOCAAS system then selects the highest priority target and selects the mode warheads for the best effect.

This is part of a small system bomb program the DEA. In the LOCAAS was cancelled.

                                     
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