Airborne Systems features new military parachute capabilities at AUSA 2013
AIRBORNE SYSTEMS FEATURES
NEW MILITARY PARACHUTE CAPABILITIES AT AUSA 2013PENNSAUKEN, NJ, USA – October 17, 2013 – Airborne Systems, a division of HDT Global, will be at the AUSA 2013 Annual Meeting and Exposition from Sept 21 – 23 at the Walter E. Washington Convention Center to feature the next generation of personnel and cargo delivery parachutes for the modern warfighter.
On display will be the Intruder® which has been type-classified as the RA-1 to replace the MC-4 as the primary tactical parachute by the U.S. Army; T-11 personnel parachute; and other 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®) – a complete thermal management suit that is lightweight, breathable, windproof and water repellant to protect against extreme cold temperatures during HAHO jumps.
Airborne Systems will also highlight the capabilities of the FlyClops®, a fully autonomous, one-time use Guided Precision Airdrop System (GPADS) capable of carrying payloads ranging from 200 – 2,200 lb (90 – 1,000 kg) and only requires the impact coordinates and landing direction to provide precision cargo delivery from high altitude.
Airborne Systems is the technological leader in precision aerial delivery as evidenced by FireFly® and DragonFly® being adopted by the U.S. Army for its 2K and 10K JPADS programs.
GPADS lowers 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.
Airborne Systems also offers a complete aerial delivery solution for troops and equipment including a comprehensive through-life support training programs for Airborne Systems products and tactical training for operational units at our ISO9001:2008 certified training facility in Arizona, USA.
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