2 edition of Aerial Common Sensor Program found in the catalog.
Aerial Common Sensor Program
United States. Congress. House. Committee on Armed Services. Tactical Air and Land Forces Subcommittee.
|Contributions||United States. Congress. House. Permanent Select Committee on Intelligence. Subcommittee on Technical and Tactical Intelligence.|
|LC Classifications||KF27 .A779 2005f|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||iii, 95 p. :|
|Number of Pages||95|
DS: Where are you on the restart of the Aerial Common Sensor program? Cole: The requirement for the ACS was always a valid requirement that needed to be met. It was a matter of how we met that requirement. Earlier this year, we were prepared to release a request for proposals for an ACS capability that would be on a business jet. The Aerial Common Sensor (ACS) is a multi-intelligence collection system that consists of an airborne collection platform and a ground processing station. The ACS program is the evolution and integration of the Aerial Reconnaissance Low – Multifunction (ARL-M) and the GUARDRAIL Common Sensor system.
The $6 billion Aerial Common Sensor project is for jets that will primarily listen for and intercept communications from sources like cell phones and radios. The Department of Defense is expected to announced the winner of the Aerial Common Sensor program later this month or in early May. . Aerial Common Sensor Gets Green Light from Army Leadership Sensor Gets Green Light from Army Leadership. By Lt. Col the various challenges we need to overcome to make this program succeed.
Aerial Common Sensor Reborn. You might think the Army would still be shy over publicity for the Aerial Common Sensor (ACS, for short). Some of you will recall that ACS was the acquisition program that got cancelled in January in a most embarrassing fashion. The program revives and expands the concept for the Aerial Common Sensor (ACS), which attempted to package an advanced, multi-intelligence-gathering payload integrated by Lockheed Martin onto the Embraer regional jet.
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The Aerial Common Sensor [ACS] program -- a corps-level system -- will be the replacement for the Crazy Horse, Guardrail Common Sensor and Airborne Reconnaissance Low, airborne intelligence, surveillance, and target acquisition systems. The Army plans to acquire 45 new aircraft at a cost of $2 billion on this new fleet of aerial surveillance.
Aerial Common Sensor Program: joint hearing before the Tactical Air and Land Forces Subcommittee of the Committee on Armed Services meeting jointly with the Technical and Tactical Intelligence Subcommittee of the Permanent Select Committee on Intelligence, House of Representatives, One Hundred Ninth Congress, first session, hearing held, Octo The Aerial Common Sensor program has ben restructured and renamed the Enhanced Medium Altitude Reconnaissance and Surveillance System (EMARSS).
EMARSS is the Army's next generation C based, direct support, manned airborne intelligence collection, File Size: KB. Government Publishing Office. U.S. Congress House of Representatives Committee on Armed Services Permanent Select Committee on Intelligence [H.A.S.C.
] AERIAL COMMON SENSOR PROGRAM. The original objective of the Aerial Common Sensor program was to improve and merge the capabilities of the Army Guardrail and Airborne Reconnaissance Low platforms into a single integrated intelligence, surveillance, and reconnaissance (ISR) system.
Engineers planned to use commercial off-the-shelf (COTS) components and an open architecture. PE A / Aerial Common Sensor B. Program Change Summary ($ in Millions) FY FY FY Base FY OCO FY Total Previous President's Budget - Aerial Common Sensor: Knowledge at the point of decision and key to Objective Force success.
This is the eleventh in a series of discussion papers on key issues relevant to the U.S. Army’s transformation to the Objective Force.
more 1 The Objective Force is the Army’s future. Responsive and tailored units of. Northrop Grumman – Aerial Common Sensor.
Their bid appears to revolve around a modified Gulfstream business jet, which would have an unmanned option. DID (Jan 13/06) – $8B ACS Spy Plane Program Shot Down By Pentagon; DID (Nov 18/05) – ACS Update: Lockheed Drops ERJ.
The Lockheed Martin Aerial Common Sensor (ACS) platform was a reconnaissance aircraft airframe project for the United States Army (US Army) and United States Navy (US Navy). The aircraft would have been able to detect troop movements, intercept enemy communications and radar transmissions, and communicate with other aircraft.
The Procurement Programs (P-1) is derived from and consistent with the Comptroller Information System database. 2 Aerial Common Sensor (ACS) (MIP) A 185 96, 5 96, U. 3 MQ-1 UAV A 19152 16, 17U File Size: KB. Aerial Common Sensor [ACS] Component Advanced Development.
On Ap Lockheed Martin Space Systems Co., Littleton, Colo., was awarded a $6, increment as part of a. It is a twin engine, single rotor, four bladed utility helicopter used for air assault, air cavalry, troop and equipment transport, command & control, and medical evacuations (MEDEVAC) in active and reserve component theater, corps, division and Table of Distribution and Allowances (TDA) units.
RESTON, Va., J (PRIME NEWSWIRE) -- Northrop Grumman Corporation (NYSE:NOC) announced today that it participated in the U.S. Government's Aerial Common Sensor (ACS) Industry Day on May 29 at Ft.
Monmouth, N.J. Northrop Grumman is leading a. This Guardrail Common Sensor Program Summary and System Description Document is structured to provide a historical background and to develop an understanding of system capabilities, technical features and operational deployment considerations for those needing a general overview (and) at a top level it includes specific information on the GuardrailFile Size: KB.
Program Executive Office Intelligence, Electronic Warfare & Sensors PEO IEW&S Overview COL William Ehly, DPEO IEW&S May PM Aerial Common Sensor PM Prophet PM Information Warfare PM DCGS-A PM CGS & Datalinks PM CHIMS PM NV/RSTA PM FLIR PM Robotic and Unmanned Sensors PM Firefinder PM Navigation Systems.
Lockheed and US Army fumble $6 billion Aerial Common Sensor project Septem / Dave Taylor / Strategic News / 6 Comments The Washington Post can be credited for bringing this ridiculous management fiasco to my attention: $6 Billion Lockheed Deal For Spy Plane in Jeopardy.
Army Charts New Course for Intel Aircraft Program. By Timothy L. Rider January 31 Aerial Common Sensor was to enhance the Army's Future. In it looked like the Aerial Common Sensor (ACS) program, a joint US Army/ US Navy program, would replace three different reconnaissance planes used for signals interception (SIGINT), ground-looking SAR radars, and imagery intelligence (IMINT).
The Lockheed Martin Aerial Common Sensor (ACS) platform was a reconnaissance aircraft airframe, for the United States Army and aircraft would have been able to detect troop movements, intercept enemy communications and radar transmissions, and communicate with other aircraft.
It would have had synthetic aperture radar, electro-optical and infrared detection instrumentation. BALTIMORE, Oct. 21, (PRIMEZONE) -- Northrop Grumman Corporation's (NYSE:NOC) Electronic Systems sector has announced the addition of L-3 Communications (NYSE:LLL) as a key supplier on Northrop Grumman's Aerial Common Sensor (ACS) technology development program.
Army Col. Keith Hirschman is project manager of the Aerial Common Sensors program, which is part of the Program Executive Office for Intelligence, Electronic Warfare and Sensors (IEW&S) at Aberdeen Proving Ground, Md.
Hirschman took over as project manager in late June and has held a number of positions managing Army unmanned aerial vehicles.Program moved to a separate missile defense PE A/C Mounted Battle Command On-The-Move (MBCOTM) Terminated: A/C39 Tactical Operations Center (TOCs) Terminated A/ Multi-band Integrated Satellite Terminal (MIST) Terminated: A/ Aerial Common Sensor (MIP) Program transitioned to BA 5 for proper execution 3.The Aerial Common Sensor (ACS) program is evolving from a next-generation, multi-discipline, multi-sensor, expensive solution to an incremental, layered, risk-averse approach.
One part of the re-scoped ACS program is the Enhanced Medium-Altitude .