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三叉戟II导弹试射  

2016-03-18 06:48:45|  分类: 武器试验 |  标签: |举报 |字号 订阅

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三叉戟II导弹第158、159、160次成功试射。


Navy test fires Trident missiles

A U.S. Navy submarine has test fired three Trident ICBMs.
By Richard Tomkins   |   March 17, 2016 at 1:51 PM

WASHINGTON, March 17 (UPI) -- Three Trident II D5 missiles were launched by a U.S. Navy ballistic missile submarine to validate their accuracy and performance.

The unarmed missiles were fired over a three-day period by an Ohio-class vessel at sea, flew over the sea and landed in the sea, the Navy said, completing a Follow-on Commander's Evaluation Test.

"A credible, effective nuclear deterrent is essential to our national security and the security of U.S. allies and friends," the Navy said. "Strategic weapons tests, exercises and operations such as FCET-52 demonstrate the readiness of the submarine launched Trident II missile. As the most survivable leg of our strategic deterrent Triad, it provides the national command authority with assured second-strike capability."

Trident is a key part of the U.S. strategic deterrent. It is a submarine-launched ballistic missile with multiple, independently targetable re-entry vehicles with thermonuclear warheads.

The test firings were the 158th, 159th, and 160th successful test flights of the Trident II D5 missile.

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U.S. Strategic Command Public Affairs
3/21/2016

OFFUTT AIR FORCE BASE, Neb. – The successful launches of three Trident II (D5) missiles last week as part of a Follow-on Commander's Evaluation Test (FCET) continue to validate the credibility of the nuclear enterprise. FCET-52, the 160th successful launch since 1989, follows two Intercontinental Ballistic Missile (ICBM) “Glory Trip” launches in February, and one Air Launched Cruise Missile (ALCM) nuclear Weapon System Evaluation Program (NucWSEP) test.

“The recent launches demonstrate our missiles are safe, secure, effective and reliable, as is our nuclear enterprise,” said Deputy Secretary of Defense Bob Work.  “These six nominal launches, all within the past 30 days, represent all three legs of the Nuclear Triad and serve as indicators of our unbelievably capable force.”

Previous to the aforementioned launches, Navy’s Strategic Systems Programs (SSP) also conducted two successful flight tests of the Trident II (D5) missile in November as part of a Demonstration and Shakedown Operation (DASO).

“Strategic weapons tests provide me with valid reliability, accuracy and performance factors for use in our planning efforts. A credible, effective nuclear deterrent is essential to our national security and the security of U.S. allies and partners, and provides the President with flexible deterrent options,” said Adm. Cecil D. Haney, U.S. Strategic Command (USSTRATCOM) commander. “Our intercontinental ballistic missiles, ballistic missile submarines (SSBN), air-launched cruise missiles, nuclear capable heavy bombers and associated tankers each deliver unique and complementary attributes that together underpin strategic deterrence and stability.”

FCET and DASO

The Navy’s recent FCET and DASO weapons tests, exercises and operations highlight the readiness of the submarine-launched Trident II (D5) missile.  As the most survivable leg of the strategic deterrent triad, the Ohio-class SSBN and the Trident II (D5) missile provide the national command authority with an assured second-strike capability.

The primary objective of an FCET is to obtain, under operationally representative conditions, valid reliability, accuracy, and performance data of the missile system for use by the USSTRATCOM commander and the Joint Chiefs of Staff. DASO tests demonstrate the readiness of an SSBN’s crew and weapon system.

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NAVAREA IV 196/16


WESTERN NORTH ATLANTIC.
HAZARDOUS OPERATIONS.
1. HAZARDOUS OPERATIONS 132300Z TO 190147Z MAR
IN AREAS BOUND BY:
A. 29-07N 076-24W, 28-56N 075-13W,
28-51N 074-52W, 28-21N 074-52W,
28-37N 076-24W.
B. 28-13N 073-10W, 27-59N 072-00W,
27-48N 071-17W, 27-40N 071-19W,
27-47N 072-09W, 28-03N 073-14W.
C. 26-31N 067-21W, 26-34N 066-39W,
26-09N 065-21W, 25-26N 063-55W,
25-14N 064-00W, 25-53N 065-43W,
26-17N 067-26W.
D. 16-52N 043-45W, 16-49N 043-23W,
16-13N 041-27W, 14-38N 038-42W,
14-06N 039-01W, 14-24N 040-20W,
16-26N 044-00W.
2. CANCEL NAVAREA IV 192/16.
3. CANCEL THIS MSG 190247Z MAR 16.//

Authority: EASTERN RANGE OP 0314 132157Z MAR 16.

Date: 132210Z MAR 16
Cancel: 19024700 Mar 16


HYDROLANT 619/16

EASTERN SOUTH ATLANTIC.
HAZARDOUS OPERATIONS.
DNC 01.
1. HAZARDOUS OPERATIONS 132300Z TO 190147Z MAR
IN AREA BOUND BY
12-46S 003-02E, 13-22S 002-38E,
13-04S 002-10E, 13-06S 002-08E,
13-09S 002-04E, 13-10S 001-59E,
13-08S 001-54E, 13-04S 001-50E,
12-59S 001-49E, 12-54S 001-42E,
10-08S 002-14W, 09-41S 001-55W,
09-15S 000-30W, 09-53S 000-30E.
2. CANCEL HYDROLANT 604/16.
3. CANCEL THIS MSG 190247Z MAR 16.//

Authority: EASTERN RANGE OP 0314 132157Z MAR 16.

Date: 132218Z MAR 16
Cancel: 19024700 Mar 16


A0121/16 - ER OP 0314 MISSILE LAUNCH. THE FOLLOWING AIRSPACE IN USE FOR A MISSILE LAUNCH/SPLASH DOWN. DURING THESE TIMES KZMA ARTCC/OAC, KZNY ARTCC/OAC AND TJZS ARTCC/OAC WILL NOT APPROVE IFR FLIGHT WITHIN 45NM OF THE AFFECTED OCEANIC STATIONARY AIRSPACE RESERVATIONS WEST OF 5500W, 50NM BTWN 5000W AND END PART 1 OF 5. SEE TEXT, 16 MAR 18:40 2016 UNTIL 17 MAR 01:47 2016. CREATED: 14 MAR 22:21 2016

A0121/16 - 5500W AND 60NM EAST OF 5000W OR WITHIN AFFECTED WARNING AREA . AIRSPACE: EFF 1603161840 THRU 1603170147 1. FROM 2907N7624W TO 2856N7513W TO 2851N7452W TO 2821N7452W TO 2837N7624W TO BEGINNING. SFC-UNL. 2. FROM 2813N7310W TO 2759N7200W TO 2748N7117W TO 2740N7119W TO 2747N7209W TO 2803N7314W TO BEGINNING. SFC-UNL. 3. FROM 2631N6721W TO 2634N6639W TO 2609N6521W TO 2526N6355W TO 2514N6400W TO 2553N6543W TO 2617N6726W TO BEGINNING. SFC-UNL. END PART 2 OF 5. SEE TEXT, 16 MAR 18:40 2016 UNTIL 17 MAR 01:47 2016. CREATED: 14 MAR 22:21 2016

A0121/16 - 4. FROM 16524345W TO 1649N4323W TO 1613N4127W TO 1438N3842W TO 1406N3901W TO 1424N4020W TO 1626N4400W TO BEGINNING. SFC-UNL. 5. FROM 1246S0302E TO 1322S0238E TO 1304S0210E TO 1306S0208E TO 1309S0204E TO 1310S0159E TO 1308S0154E TO 1304S0150E TO 1259S0149E TO 1254S0142E TO 1008S0214W TO 0941S0155W TO 0915S0030W TO 0953S0030E TO BEGINNING. SFC-UNL. THE FOLLOWING RESTRICTIONS ARE IN EFFECT WITHIN KZMA KZNY TJZS FIRS. ALL TRAFFIC RALT MUST BE ESTIMATED TO CLEAR ABOVE AREAS AT OR BEFORE 1603161835. THE FOLLOWING INTERNATIONAL ROUTES WILL BE IMPACTED. END PART 3 OF 5. SEE TEXT, 16 MAR 18:40 2016 UNTIL 17 MAR 01:47 2016. CREATED: 14 MAR 22:21 2016

A0121/16 - A699, L451, L452, L453, L455, L456, L459, L461, L462, UL435, UL340, M203 M204, M327, M328, M329, M330, M593, M594, M595, M596. KZNY REQUEST AIRCRAFT CERTIFIED FOR RNP4/10 FILE ROUTES THAT AVOID THE ABOVE HAZARD AREAS BY 25NM, AND NON CERTIFIED RNP AIRCRAFT AVOID BY 45NM WHEN WEST OF 5000W OR 50NM WHEN EAST OF 5000W DURING THE HAZARD PERIOD 1603161840-1603170147. L455, L453, M203, M328, M595, M596 ARE USEABLE FOR RNP4/10 AIRCRAFT. ALL TRAFFIC REGARDLESS OF ALTITUDE MUST BE ESTIMATED TO CLEAR OCEANIC ALTITUDE RESERVATION (ALTRVS) AT OR BEFORE 1603161835. WITHIN KZMA/KZJX/KZSU FIRS, AND BECAUSE OF THE INDEFINITE OPENING TIME, SOME AIRLINE OPERATIONS ARE REROUTING FLIGHTS UNNECESSARILY. ALL FLIGHTS WITH ROUTES THAT WOULD NORMALLY TRANSIT THROUGH OCEANIC END PART 4 OF 5. SEE TEXT, 16 MAR 18:40 2016 UNTIL 17 MAR 01:47 2016. CREATED: 14 MAR 22:21 2016

A0121/16 - OPERATIONAL AREAS DURING OPERATION WINDOW 1603161840 THRU 1603170147 SHOULD FILE THEIR NORMAL ROUTE BUT PLAN ON RECEIVING REROUTE FROM ATC. CENTERS WILL REROUTE ONLY THOSE FLIGHTS NECESSARY TO CLEAR THE AFFECTED AREAS WHILE THEY ARE IN USE. REROUTES ARE AS FOLLOWS: A699 CLOSED EAST OF NUCAR. L451 EXPECT ELMUC DCT RENAH G446 CLB AND REVERSE. MID/SOUTH ATLANTIC ROUTES: UL340 CLOSED BTWN EGOLI AND AVIGI. UL435 CLOSED BTWN BUTUX AND IRELA UL435 MAY BE CLOSED BTWN URAPI AND UDMON SEE LUANDA/FNAN NOTAM. SFC - UNL) END PART 5 OF 5, SEE TEXT, 16 MAR 18:40 2016 UNTIL 17 MAR 01:47 2016. CREATED: 14 MAR 22:21 2016

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Big Time Savings on Small Part: First 3-D-printed Component Flies on U.S. Navy's Trident II D5 Missile

Sunnyvale, Calif., March 18, 2016 – The U.S. Navy's Fleet Ballistic Missile program flew into the future this week with its first 3-D-printed missile component. A part called a connector backshell made its debut as part of the Navy’s successful test flights March 14 to 16 of three Trident II D5 Fleet Ballistic Missiles built by Lockheed Martin.

By using entirely digital processes, Lockheed Martin engineers designed and fabricated the new component in half the time of traditional methods. The connector backshell, which protects cable connectors in the missile, is made from an aluminum alloy and measures about an inch across.
The D5 missile, the world’s most reliable large ballistic missile, now has achieved a total of 160 successful test flights since design completion in 1989. In the most recent tests, the Navy launched the unarmed missiles in the Atlantic Ocean from a submerged submarine. The missiles were converted into test configurations using kits produced by Lockheed Martin that contain range safety devices and flight telemetry instrumentation. The test flights were part of a Follow-on Commander’s Evaluation Test of the Trident Strategic Weapon System conducted under the testing guidelines of the Joint Chiefs of Staff.

“These tests demonstrate the readiness and reliability of this crucial system that protects what matters most for the nation,” said Eric Scherff, vice president of Fleet Ballistic Missile programs, Lockheed Martin Space Systems. “The Trident Strategic Weapon System stands guard every minute of every day, thanks to the dedication and forward thinking of the Navy program office, the submarine crews and the industry team.”

The 3-D-printed component for the D5 missile is an example of the improved products and processes enabled by Lockheed Martin’s Digital Tapestry, a set of advanced manufacturing tools that connect a product’s digital life from concept to production to sustainment. Lockheed Martin also has flown additively manufactured parts on planetary probes, satellites and spacecraft for human use.

The Trident II D5 missile is deployed aboard U.S. Navy Ohio-class and U.K. Royal Navy Vanguard-class submarines to deter nuclear aggression. The three-stage ballistic missile can travel a nominal range of 4,000 nautical miles and carry multiple independently targeted reentry bodies.

The D5 is the sixth in a series of missile generations deployed since the sea-based deterrent program began. Lockheed Martin has been the Navy’s strategic missile prime contractor since 1955 – one of the longest government and industry partnerships for a major U.S. weapon system. The company also performs program management and engineering services for the Royal Navy under the Polaris Sales Agreement.

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3-D-printed connector backshell flew in a Trident II D5 fleet ballistic missile test flight March 16. The connector backshell is shown at right next to the cable assembly to which it connects in the missile. Digital engineering cut in half the time to design and fabricate the part. Photo: Lockheed Martin.
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