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Military parachute systems on display at DSEI

Airborne Systems : 10 September, 2013  (Company News)
Airborne Systems is attending DSEI with its range of parachute systems for armed forces personnel and heavy equipment drops
Military parachute systems on display at DSEI

Airborne Systems is returning to DSEI from September 10 – 13 at ExCel London to showcase the latest technologies in personnel parachutes, GPS-guided aerial delivery systems and military search and rescue equipment.

Airborne Systems designs, manufactures and supports military parachutes including the Intruder which has been type classified as the RA-1 to replace the MC-4 as the primary tactical parachute with in the US Military.

Airborne Systems is also the only company that offers a complete aerial delivery system for troops and equipment including a comprehensive through-life support training program for the company's products and tactical training for operational units at its ISO9001:2008 certified training facility in Arizona, USA.

The fully-autonomous Guided Precision Aerial Delivery Systems (GPADS) are capable of carrying payload ranging from 200 – 45,000 lb (90 – 19,000 kg) and only require the impact coordinates and landing direction (in lieu of standard into-wind landing) to provide precision cargo delivery from high altitude.

GPADS lowers the reliance on convoys and IED exposure, decreases the forward logistic footprint, reduces aircrew threat exposure and provides vertical and horizontal standoff with fewer deployed/exposed personnel.

On display at DSEI will be the MicroFly and FlyClops, both GPADS; Intruder and T-11 personnel parachute systems; and other associated personnel support systems such as the Special Operations Long Range Oxygen Supply 3,000 psig (SOLR 3000) that offers 60% more oxygen capacity than the PHAOS; and the Parachutist High Altitude Thermal Suit (PHATS) – lightweight, breathable, windproof and water repellant to protect against extreme cold temperatures during HAHO jumps.

Airborne Systems will also present its capabilities in maritime delivery and naval decoys.  Maritime Craft Aerial Delivery Systems (MCADS) are the only airdrop services available capable of delivering large Rigid Inflatable Boats using the C-130J Hercules, and other military transport aircraft.  In addition, Airborne Systems also designs and manufactures the innovative naval decoy system designed to defeat even the most up-to-date developments in anti-RF missile seekers.

By incorporating proven technology with innovative design, Airborne Systems’ products meet the needs of the modern soldier.

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