美国海军与导弹防御局成功完成雷声公司“标准”-3 Block IIA导弹第二次飞行试验。在这次受控飞行测试中，“标准”-3 Block IIA由Mk 41发射装置发射，但试验中并未设置拦截目标。本次测试评估了“标准”-3 Block IIA导弹动能拦截器的转向与姿态控制系统、导弹整流罩、飞行控制部件、推进器分离、二/三级火箭发动机分离等性能。
“‘标准’-3 Block IIA本次试验成功，奠定了该型导弹2018年在海上和陆上的部署。”
导弹的动能杀伤战斗部在搜索、识别、捕获、跟踪目标的能力更强，还可向舰艇回传毁伤评估数据。先进的动能拦截器、更大直径的火箭发动机使得“标准”-3 Block IIA导弹可更快地拦截目标，且作战范围更大，可拦截近程和中远程弹道导弹。
下一次实弹飞行测试预计2016年展开，导弹将由海军舰艇发射，同时测试中还将包含拦截目标。（中国船舶信息中心 白旭尧 陈晓） 摘自中国国防科技信息网
U.S.-Japan Cooperative Development Project Conducts Successful Flight Test of Standard Missile-3 Block IIA
December 8, 2015
The Japan Ministry of Defense (MOD) Acquisition, Technology and Logistics Agency (ATLA) and the U.S. Missile Defense Agency (MDA), in cooperation with the U.S. Navy, announced the successful completion of a Standard Missile-3 (SM-3) Block IIA flight test from the Point Mugu Sea Range, San Nicolas Island, California. This test, designated SM-3 Block IIA Cooperative Development Controlled Test Vehicle-02, was a live fire of the SM-3 Block IIA. The missile successfully demonstrated flyout through kinetic warhead ejection. No intercept was planned, and no target missile was launched.
Program officials will evaluate system performance based upon telemetry and other data obtained during the test.
The SM-3 Cooperative Development Project is the joint U.S.-Japan development of a 21-inch diameter variant of the SM-3, designated Block IIA, to defeat medium- and intermediate-range ballistic missiles. Aegis Ballistic Missile Defense (BMD) is the naval component of the U.S. Ballistic Missile Defense System (BMDS). The MDA and the U.S. Navy cooperatively manage the Aegis BMD program.
U.S.-Japan funded Raytheon SM-3 missile aces second test: sources
WASHINGTON | By Andrea Shalal
Tue Dec 8, 2015 5:39pm EST
The United States and Japan on Tuesday conducted a second successful test of Raytheon Co's new Standard Missile-3 (SM-3) Block IIA missile that is being jointly developed by the two countries, according to two sources familiar with the test.
During the test off the coast of Southern California near Malibu, the missile opened its new sensor seeker in space for the first time and used new altitude control rockets to target a star, said one of the sources, who was not authorized to speak publicly.
No intercept was planned for this test and no target missile was launched, but several intercept tests will following in coming years, said the source.
The United States spent just over $2 billion on the SM-3 IIA weapons program, while Japan contributed about $1 billion, according to the U.S. Missile Defense Agency.
The new missile is a 21-inch variant of an earlier SM-3 missile and works with the U.S. Aegis combat system built by Lockheed Martin Corp to destroy incoming ballistic missile threats in space.
Tuesday's test marks another milestone toward deployment of the missile on U.S. Aegis destroyers and Japan's Kongo ships in coming years, as well as the U.S. Aegis Ashore site in Poland in 2018.
The test also validated the new sensor seeker developed for the redesigned kill vehicle, or warhead, that will eventually replace the ones now used on the U.S. fleet of ground-based interceptors in Alaska and California that are part of the U.S. homeland missile defense system, the sources said.
Neither Raytheon nor the U.S. Missile Defense Agency had any immediate comment.
Raytheon's new SM-3 IIA missile has bigger rocket motors and a more capable kill vehicle that would allow the missile to engage threats sooner and protect larger regions from short- to intermediate-range ballistic missile threats.
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