Missile Versus Drone – Littoral Combat Ship USS Jackson SeaRAM System In Action

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Missile Versus Drone – Littoral Combat Ship USS Jackson SeaRAM System In Action

Independence-class littoral combat ship USS Jackson (LCS-6) fires a SeaRAM missile against an aerial drone, destroying the target in a test off the Southern California coast.

The SeaRAM weapon system combines the radar and electro-optical system of the Phalanx CIWS Mk-15 Block 1B (CRDC) with an 11-cell RAM launcher to produce an autonomous system—one which does not need any external information to engage threats.

The drone was simulating an anti-ship missile as part of a Combat System Ship Qualification Trials (CSSQT) event to demonstrate the self-defense capability of the ship against an aerial target.

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Credits: DoD | Navy
Derivative Works: AiirSource Military
Source: en.wikipedia.org/wiki/RIM-116_Rolling_Airframe_Missile#SeaRAM_.28weapon_system.29

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