The Navy’s Los Angeles-Class Submarines Put It All On The Line
The original full name of the City of Los Angeles, California, is El Pueblo de Nuestra Señora la Reina de los Ángeles de Porciúncula,” which means, “The Town of Our Lady the Queen of the Angels of Porciúncula.” Well, to enemy warships the U.S. Navy’s Los Angeles-class attack submarines, or SSNs, are veritable Angels of Death. To America and her maritime allies, the Los Angeles-class boats are an undersea manifestation of St. Michael the Archangel.
US Navy to Test Saab’s CEROS 200 Multi-mission Fire Control Radar
Saab’s CEROS 200 has arrived in the United States, from Sweden, for test and system demonstration by the U.S. Navy. CEROS 200 is a multi-mission precision gunfire and missile control system for surface naval platforms that provides enhanced fire control target trackingby integrating multiple sensor types. More than 200 CEROS 200 systems have been produced for world-wide operations. In the U.S., CEROS 200 will be used for system characterization and capability demonstrations against current and emerging threats. The CEROS 200 director provides 3D tracking. Saab’s multi-mission radar systems operate on U.S. Navy and Coast Guard platforms.
Revealed, More Than 825 Units US F-35 Stealth Fighter Jets Use Components From China
Each of the more than 825 Lockheed Martin United States F-35 stealth fighter jets delivered so far contains components made with Chinese-made alloys. That was revealed by the program office that oversees the advanced fighter aircraft. According to the office, the use of Beijing-made alloys makes the “Chinese flavor” F-35 prohibited by US law.