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Postby L3 Communications » Fri Jul 03, 2009 1:54 am

I will redo everything in this thread. Do not post.


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Being one of the largest and most successful arms-producing corporations in the Northeast, Global Armaments is dedicated to delivering the very best in military hardware.From gunships to transports to tanks to APCs, GA has your military needs covered.


Rules (OOC):

  1. Do your math yourself otherwise I'll skip your order. I'm serious, I won't do it for you, although I'll randomly check to make sure you're not trying to cheat me.
  2. You'll get your order when I say you'll get it, so don't go running off saying you have it as soon as I confirm it.
  3. Anyone who wants to put their design up here can for a 15% royalty towards GA per sale, although royalties are completely negotiable. I'll probably accept anything that isn't totally ridiculous.
  4. TG me if you have any questions about the products or want to negotiate an order, pricing, etc. to avoid OOC clutter.
  5. NS Time:
    1 Week = Thirty Minutes
    1 Month = Two Hours
    1 Year = Twenty-Four Hours


Tiltrotors, Rotodynes and SFTRs

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MV-24A Erne

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Overview:

The MV-24A Erne is an extremely versatile aircraft, designed to operate along side heavy lift helicopters like the MV-22, as a replacement for the aging SH-60 Seahawk. The Erne is smaller than both aircraft and capable of being folded into a space-saving configuration which makes it 25% smaller than the MV-22 in a similar configuration.

Aerodynamics & Layout:

The MV-24 is laid out much like the V-22 Osprey, with a dual tiltrotor design, but an extremely small footprint compared to it's larger cousin. A fly-by-wire system is used to control the flight surfaces, especially as high-speeds, however there is a backup manual system in place, should either the FBW or hydraulics be destroyed.

It's low profile and unique vertical stabilizer give the MV-24 unmatched manoeuverability over conventional attack helicopters. Combined with it's high top-speed and great lifiting capability, the Erne is one of the best replacements for most naval helicopters.

Avionics and Electronic Countermeasures Systems:

The MV-24 comes equipped with several advanced avionics and ECM systems installed, although some listed will be restricted from export and these items will be properly noted.

  1. AN/ALQ-144(V)1 Counter-Measures System. The AN/ALQ-144 system is an omni-directional active infrared Countermeasures Set which protects the MV-44, V-24, V-22 (and numerous other) aircraft from air-to-air and ground-to-air heat seeking (infrared) missiles. The airborne installed system included in this family of equipment are designed to provide jamming of threat IR missile systems. They are active, continuous operating, omni-directional, electrically fuel-fired IR jamming systems designed to confuse or decoy threat IR missile systems.
  2. AN/ALQ-211 Suite of Integrated Radio Frequency Countermeasures (SIRFC). The Suite of Integrated Radio Frequency Countermeasures (SIRFC) is an integrated electronic countermeasures system which provides RF threat awareness and active self-protection jamming capabilities for aircraft against RF air defense systems actively engaging the aircraft. The SIRFC will have application on scout/attack, utility, cargo, special operations, and special electronic mission aircraft. The SIRFC will provide defensive, offensive, active and passive countermeasures (ECM) to ensure optimum protection against Active, Pulse Doppler, Pulse, Monopulse Radar, and Continuous Wave radars.
  3. AN/ALE-47 Countermeasures Dispenser System. The ALE-47 Countermeasure Dispenser System is an active, integrated, reprogrammable, computer controlled system to dispense expendables/decoys, designed to employ electronic and infrared countermeasures according to a program developed and implemented by the aircrew.
  4. AN/ALE-43 Chaff Dispensing System. The AN/ALE-43 (ALE-43) chaff cutter dispensing system provides the electronic warfare operator with the option of selecting, while in flight, various tuned dipole lengths to meet changing threats in frequency ranges from A- to K-band. The concept of cutting chaff from a continuous supply to various dipole lengths, while in flight, has numerous advantages. The limitation in utilizing the 'cutter' concept for chaff countermeasures prior to the ALE-43 was the lack of a suitable chaff supply material.

*Export restricted.

The MV-24A also comes equipped with an AN/APX-114 IFF (Identification Friend-or-Foe) system and a AN/APQ-158 navigational TFR (Terrain Following RADAR). This allows the MV-24A to operate in nearly any environment at nearly any time, giving it unmatched versatility.


  1. AN/APX-114 Identification Friend-or-Foe. The AN/APX-114 Airborne Interrogator initiates an IFF inquiry and provides the advanced processing capability to positively identify friendly targets. The system is designed with a Versa Module Eurocard (VME) open architecture that enables maximum system flexibility and leads to practical upgrades. The architecture is driven by a Power PC processor that provides a throughput of 14,000 replies per second, target processing and platform interface. An IFF signal processing card incorporates Raytheon’s Very Large Scale Integration (VSLI) reply decoder chipset, which uses leading-edge pulse detection techniques. The APX 114 platform interfaces include Mil-STD-1553B, RS-232, Ethernet and RS-422. The 2.5-kilowatt transmitter and receiver sensitivity of -83 dBm will meet or exceed the link margin required for any airborne applications.

Cockpit Interface:

The crew sits in a tandem cockpit, with the gunner at the bottom seat and the pilot on the top, like most attack helicopters, however this tandem seating is unique for transport aircraft. The consoles have touch-screen OLEDs that provide essential data not displayed on the HUD, which greatly reduces clutter. Borrowing the design from the MV-44 Caracara, GA's engineers have created another amalgamation of a helmet display.

The Helmet Mounted Combat-Oriented Display System (HMCODS) provides the pilot with 360-degree situational awareness, through the use of an eye-tracking HUD and direct retinal projection, which uses a low-power laser to project a HUD onto the pilot's eyeball. This means in the event of a crack or damage to the helmet, the HUD will not be disrupted in any way.

Technical Specifications:



General:



Manufacturer - GA America

Powerplant - 2x Global Armaments F128 Turboprops

Role - V/STOL Tactical Transport
Height - 22 ft 9 in (nacelles vertical); 16 ft 4 in (top of tailfins)

Length - 49 ft 4 in
Wingspan - 44 ft 10 in

Crew - 2
Capacity - 18 troops (seated), 28 troops (floor loaded), up to 22,000 lbs. of cargo
Empty Weight - 30,640 lbs.
Loaded Weight - 44,230 lbs.
Max Takeoff Weight - 54,500 lbs.

Performance:

Top Speed - 352 mph
Cruise Speed - 275 mph
Range - 1,531 mi
Combat Radius - 650 mi
Ferry Range - 2,457 mi
Service Ceiling - 24,000 ft

Armament:

Guns:
  • 2x GAU-19 .50 BMG gatling gun or
  • 2x M134 7.62mm minigun or
  • 2x M240H 7.62mm machine guns


Price - $12,500,000 USD
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Postby L3 Communications » Fri Jul 03, 2009 1:56 am

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MV-44A Caracara


Overview:

The MV-44A Caracara was based heavily on one of Bell Helicopter's previous designs, the Quad Tiltrotor, which itself was based loosely on the V-22 Osprey. Global Armaments America picked up the pieces when Bell abandoned the project. We set out to create a helicopter that would be able to provide a tactical, highly mobile, heavy-lift, V/STOL capability to replace L3 Communication's aging fleet of C-130s. It also provides a similar lifting capacity to C-130, allowing Marine units to easily deliver larger amounts of men and supplies without the need for a costly amphibious assault.

Aerodynamics & Layout:

The most notable feature of the MV-44 would be it's four-engine, tiltrotor design which gives it the ability to take off vertically like a helicopter and achieve a high top-speed similar to larger turbo-prop aircraft. Combined with it's extremely impressive lift ability, equivalent to the Lockheed Martin C-130J Super Hercules, makes the Caracara the perfect replacement choice. While it's massive size makes it somewhat unwieldy in small areas, it still boasts one of, if not the, highest lift capacities for any modern military helicopter.

The unconventional design of the MV-44 gives it a relatively low profile, since it forgoes any sort of vertical stabilizer. This is negated by the inclusion of a dual-wing assembly, as well as the tilting ability of the engines themselves, as well as the highly-advanced fly-by-wire system. Four of the crewmembers sit in the aircraft's cockpit, with the fifth usually being stationed in the rear cargo hold.

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1 - Pilot
2 - Co-Pilot
3 - Navigator
4 - EW Officer

Avionics and Electronic Countermeasures Systems:

The MV-44 comes equipped with several advanced avionics installed, although some listed will be restricted from export and these items will be properly noted.

  1. AN/ALQ-144(V)1 Counter-Measures System. The AN/ALQ-144 system is an omni-directional active infrared Countermeasures Set which protects the MV-44, V-24, V-22 (and numerous other) aircraft from air-to-air and ground-to-air heat seeking (infrared) missiles. The airborne installed system included in this family of equipment are designed to provide jamming of threat IR missile systems. They are active, continuous operating, omni-directional, electrically fuel-fired IR jamming systems designed to confuse or decoy threat IR missile systems.
  2. AN/AAQ-24 Directional Infrared Countermeasure System "NEMESIS". Designed by Northrop-Grumman Corporation, the AN/AAQ-24 DIRCM uses a high-powered laser to disrupt any heat-seeking missiles fired against the aircraft. When NEMESIS detects a missile launch, it determines if it is a threat, warns the aircrew and activates its high-power, laser-based countermeasure system to track and defeat the threat.*
  3. AN/ALE-47 Countermeasures Dispenser System. The ALE-47 Countermeasure Dispenser System is an active, integrated, reprogrammable, computer controlled system to dispense expendables/decoys, designed to employ electronic and infrared countermeasures according to a program developed and implemented by the aircrew.
  4. AN/ALQ-131 Self-Protection Jamming Pod. The ALQ-131 ECM Pod is modular in design containing various electronic receivers, antennas, and powerful transmitters designed to alter the flight path of an incoming enemy missile. This modular pod-mounted system can be configured to cope with a range of threats, spread over one to five frequency bands, by selecting individual modules for inclusion in the pod, the user can configure pod to handle threats. Both noise and deception-jamming modes are available, and the pod can be reprogrammed to match the expected threat. The pod is controlled from the cockpit by both automatic and manual means. The cockpit control indicator is used to turn the system on, enable threat response actions, and display system status. ECM pods are pre-programmed on the ground for specific threats that may be encountered.*
  5. AN/ALE-43 Chaff Dispensing System. The AN/ALE-43 (ALE-43) chaff cutter dispensing system provides the electronic warfare operator with the option of selecting, while in flight, various tuned dipole lengths to meet changing threats in frequency ranges from A- to K-band. The concept of cutting chaff from a continuous supply to various dipole lengths, while in flight, has numerous advantages. The limitation in utilizing the 'cutter' concept for chaff countermeasures prior to the ALE-43 was the lack of a suitable chaff supply material.

*Export restricted.

The MV-44 also comes equipped with a standard AN/APX-114 IFF (Identification Friend-or-Foe) and AN/APQ-170 TFR (Terrain-Following RADAR).


  1. AN/APX-114 Identification Friend-or-Foe. The AN/APX-114 Airborne Interrogator initiates an IFF inquiry and provides the advanced processing capability to positively identify friendly targets. The system is designed with a Versa Module Eurocard (VME) open architecture that enables maximum system flexibility and leads to practical upgrades. The architecture is driven by a Power PC processor that provides a throughput of 14,000 replies per second, target processing and platform interface. An IFF signal processing card incorporates Raytheon’s Very Large Scale Integration (VSLI) reply decoder chipset, which uses leading-edge pulse detection techniques. The APX 114 platform interfaces include Mil-STD-1553B, RS-232, Ethernet and RS-422. The 2.5-kilowatt transmitter and receiver sensitivity of -83 dBm will meet or exceed the link margin required for any airborne applications.
  2. AN/APN-241 Terrain Following/Navigational RADAR. Northrop-Grumman's AN/APN-241 radar was developed specifically for the C-130 mission and operational requirements. This radar offers high-resolution ground mapping that enables accurate low-level navigation and precision aerial drops, predictive windshear detection in all weather conditions, and situational awareness for all-weather formation flying. It has since then been adapted for use on the MV-44 by Global Armaments.

Cockpit Interface:

The advanced cockpit borrows numerous innovations from other aircraft, including Honeywell's M142 IHADSS and VSI's Joint-Helmet Mounted Cueing System, Night Vision Cueing & Display and the Helmet Mounted Display System. This produced something quite amazing. Combined with an eye-tracking system, which allows the HMD to follow the pilot's eyes, it allows near 100% situational awareness for the pilot.

The HUD is entirely customizable to the pilot's preferences, allowing them to move, enlarge and change any element, including altitude, fuel gauge, estimated fuel time, RWR warnings, etc. The console is equipped with several touchscreens and voice commands for non-essential functions, drastically cutting down on the amount of clutter and allowing the pilots to stay focused on their tasks. Missile warnings and other alerts are announced by a flashing of the screen and audio warning.

Technical Specifications:

General:

Manufacturer - GA America
Powerplant - 4x Global Armaments F128 Turboprops, (8,345 hp) each
Role - QTR Heavy Transport
Height - 39 ft 10 in
Length - 102 ft 6 in
Wingspan - 47 ft 7 in (front); 54 ft 9 in (rear)
Crew - 5
Capacity -
  • 148 troops or
  • 104 airborne troops or
  • 12 pallets or
  • 102 litters or
  • 4 HMMWVs or 2 LAV-25s
Empty Weight - 64,640 lbs.
Loaded Weight - 165,230 lbs.
Max Takeoff Weight - 185,500 lbs.

Performance:

Top Speed - 352 mph
Cruise Speed - 312 mph
Range - 2,331 mi
Combat Radius - 1,050 mi
Ferry Range - 4,257 mi
Service Ceiling - 28,000 ft

Price per Unit - $45,000,000 USD
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Postby L3 Communications » Fri Jul 03, 2009 1:57 am

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AV-24B Gyrfalcon


Overview:

Designed as an escort for both the MV-22 and MV-24, the AV-24B was based heavily on Bell-Boeing's specifications for a "V-22 Escort" tiltrotor, although the actual dimensions were closer to the MV-24 or MV-22. It was primarily advertised as a replacement for lightweight CAS/COIN aircraft such as the OV-10 Bronco and IA 58 Pucara, instead of an escort aircraft for heavy-lift aircraft. It is capable of mounting many of the same weapons as both aircraft, including the Mk 4 and SUU-11/A gunpods, and 5" Zuni rockets.

The AV-24B Gyrfalcon was based on the MV-24A Erne, however, it was extensively modified to turn into what essentially amounts as a flying tank. Half of aircraft's inside cargo hold was converted into space for the it's numerous countermeasures and partially to store ammunition for it's mounted guns. Hardpoints were added onto the wings, along with the ESSS stub wings, giving the Gyrfalcon unparalleled weapons capacity.

While it still retains a partial ability to carry infantrymen, the most common use for the Gyrfalcon's storage space is to carry additional ammunition reloads, giving it the ability to rearm two AV-24s, including itself. This dramatically increases the force projection abilities of the AV-24 and allows a squadron of Gyrfalcons to continue an attack without returning to base to rearm. It's inflight refueling ability gives it practically infinite range, making it an extremely versatile aircraft for any situation.

Aerodynamics & Layout:

The AV-24 is laid out much like the V-22 Osprey, with a dual tiltrotor design. However, it is capable of being folded into a compact size that is 25% smaller than the V-22, due to it's overall shape and design. A fly-by-wire system is used to control the flight surfaces, especially as high-speeds, however there is a backup manual system in place, should either the FBW or hydraulics be destroyed.

It's low profile and unique vertical stabilizer give the AV-24 unmatched manoeuverability over conventional attack helicopters. Combined with it's high top-speed, extremely small footprint, versatility and awesome armament, the Gyrfalcon is the perfect replacement for most modern, seaborne, attack helicopters such as the AH-1 Cobra.

Avionics and Electronic Countermeasures Systems:

The AV-24 comes equipped with several advanced avionics and ECM systems installed, although some listed will be restricted from export and these items will be properly noted.

  1. AN/ALQ-144(V)1 Counter-Measures System. The AN/ALQ-144 system is an omni-directional active infrared Countermeasures Set which protects the MV-44, V-24, V-22 (and numerous other) aircraft from air-to-air and ground-to-air heat seeking (infrared) missiles. The airborne installed system included in this family of equipment are designed to provide jamming of threat IR missile systems. They are active, continuous operating, omni-directional, electrically fuel-fired IR jamming systems designed to confuse or decoy threat IR missile systems.
  2. AN/ALQ-211 Suite of Integrated Radio Frequency Countermeasures (SIRFC). The Suite of Integrated Radio Frequency Countermeasures (SIRFC) is an integrated electronic countermeasures system which provides RF threat awareness and active self-protection jamming capabilities for aircraft against RF air defense systems actively engaging the aircraft. The SIRFC will have application on scout/attack, utility, cargo, special operations, and special electronic mission aircraft. The SIRFC will provide defensive, offensive, active and passive countermeasures (ECM) to ensure optimum protection against Active, Pulse Doppler, Pulse, Monopulse Radar, and Continuous Wave radars.
  3. AN/ALE-47 Countermeasures Dispenser System. The ALE-47 Countermeasure Dispenser System is an active, integrated, reprogrammable, computer controlled system to dispense expendables/decoys, designed to employ electronic and infrared countermeasures according to a program developed and implemented by the aircrew.
  4. AN/AAR-57 Common Missile Warning System. The AN/AAR-57 Common Missile Warning System is the detection component of a suite of countermeasures being developed Jointly to increase survivability of current generation combat, airlift and special operations aircraft against the threat posed by infrared guided missiles. The goal is to establish a system design with fit, function, and interfaces interchangeable across all "non-low observable" platforms. The Electronic Control Unit (ECU, baseline of one for both ATIRCM and CMWS) controls other LRUs, provides countermeasures selection and initiation, controls built-in-test (BIT), and provides the platform interface. The Electro-Optic Missile Sensors (EOMS, baseline four for ATIRCM and six for CMWS) passively detect the presence of energy within a specific band of interest, and transmit information to the ECU.*
  5. AN/ALQ-212 Advanced Threat Infrared Countermeasures. AN/ALQ-212 Advanced Threat Infrared Countermeasures (ATIRCM) baseline consists of three subsystems: the Common Missile Warning System (CMWS), the Advanced Threat Infrared Jammer (ATIRJ), and the Improved Countermeasures Dispenser (ICMD). These three subsystems are fully integrated through the Electronic Control Unit (ECU). The ATIRJ counters IR-guided missile systems using information from the CMWS through the ECU to locate and jam with direct laser and lamp energy.*
  6. AN/ALE-43 Chaff Dispensing System. The AN/ALE-43 (ALE-43) chaff cutter dispensing system provides the electronic warfare operator with the option of selecting, while in flight, various tuned dipole lengths to meet changing threats in frequency ranges from A- to K-band. The concept of cutting chaff from a continuous supply to various dipole lengths, while in flight, has numerous advantages. The limitation in utilizing the 'cutter' concept for chaff countermeasures prior to the ALE-43 was the lack of a suitable chaff supply material.

*Export restricted.

The AV-24B also comes equipped with an AN/APX-114 IFF (Identification Friend-or-Foe) system, FLIR (Forward-looking Infrared), the AN/APQ-158 Terrain Following RADAR and an AN/APG-78 Longbow Fire Control RADAR. This gives it the ability to operate in any adverse weather conditions that would be unfit for many, lesser attack helicopters.


  1. AN/APX-114 Identification Friend-or-Foe. The AN/APX-114 Airborne Interrogator initiates an IFF inquiry and provides the advanced processing capability to positively identify friendly targets. The system is designed with a Versa Module Eurocard (VME) open architecture that enables maximum system flexibility and leads to practical upgrades. The architecture is driven by a Power PC processor that provides a throughput of 14,000 replies per second, target processing and platform interface. An IFF signal processing card incorporates Raytheon’s Very Large Scale Integration (VSLI) reply decoder chipset, which uses leading-edge pulse detection techniques. The APX 114 platform interfaces include Mil-STD-1553B, RS-232, Ethernet and RS-422. The 2.5-kilowatt transmitter and receiver sensitivity of -83 dBm will meet or exceed the link margin required for any airborne applications.
  2. AN/APG-78 Longbow Fire Control RADAR. The Longbow Fire Control Radar with its distinctive mast mounted antenna is a 35 GHz radar system for the detection, location, classification and prioritization of tactical targets. The AV-44B is armed with the Lockheed Martin/Boeing AGM-114D Longbow Hellfire air-to-surface missile which has a millimeter wave seeker which allows the missile to perform in full fire and forget mode. Range is 8km to 12km. The Longbow Fire Control Radar and its weapons counterpart, the radar-guided, "fire and forget" Longbow Hellfire missile, enable the potent Gyrfalcon attack helicopter to detect, classify and prioritize ground targets day or night, in poor weather and obscured conditions; then attack those targets with pinpoint accuracy from ranges that safeguard the lives of the aircrew.

Cockpit Interface:

The crew sits in a tandem cockpit, with the gunner at the bottom seat and the pilot on the top, like most attack helicopters. The consoles have touch-screen OLEDs that provide essential data not displayed on the HUD, which greatly reduces clutter. Borrowing the design from the MV-44 Caracara and elements of the F-35 Lighting II's HMDS, GA's engineers have created another amalgamation of a helmet display. The Helmet Mounted Combat-Oriented Display System (HMCODS) provides the pilot with near 360-degree situational awareness, through the use of an eye-tracking HUD or direct retinal projection, which uses a low-power laser to project a HUD onto the pilot's eyeball, allowing the HUD to follow the pilot as he/she looks around the aircraft.

The primary gun, a nose-mounted GAU-12/U Equalizer, is set up in a free-moving mount similar to the AH-64's chaingun. It is connected to a small mount, with 95 degrees of freedom longitudinal and 178 degrees of freedom lateral, which is slaved to either the gunner or, in the event of crew incapacitation, the pilot's HMCODS. Wherever the gunner looks, the gun follows, as it is also slaved to the eye-tracking system. The gunner can, also, choose to view his target through the integrated FLIR module installed in the nose of the AV-24.

Technical Specifications:

General:
Manufacturer - GA America
Powerplant - 2x Global Armaments T-AE-08128 Turboshafts
Role - V/STOL Tiltrotor Gunship
Height - 24 ft 9 in (nacelles vertical); 16 ft 4 in (top of tailfins)
Length - 62 ft 4 in
Wingspan - 47 ft 10 in
Crew - 2
Capacity - Up to 22,000 lbs. of cargo
Empty Weight - 34,640 lbs.
Loaded Weight - 49,230 lbs.
Max Takeoff Weight - 79,500 lbs.

Performance:

Top Speed - 339 mph
Cruise Speed - 314 mph
Range - 1,520 mi
Combat Radius - 645 mi
Ferry Range - 2,432 mi
Service Ceiling - 24,000 ft

Armament:

Guns:
  • 1x GAU-12/A "Equalizer" 25mm gatling gun
  • ESSS stub wings can be equipped with:
  • Hydra 70 rockets
  • AGM-114 Hellfire missiles
  • AIM-92 Stinger missiles
  • AIM-9X Sidewinder missiles
  • 2x GAU-19 .50 BMG gatling gun pods or
  • 2x M230 30mm chaingun pods

Price - $17,250,000 USD
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Postby Trefoilland » Fri Jul 03, 2009 7:16 am

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We would like to buy 10 MV-24A, 10MV-44A, and 8 AV-24B for $406 million.

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Postby L3 Communications » Fri Jul 03, 2009 11:52 am

Your order has been confirmed. You can expect delivery within two months.
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Postby L3 Communications » Fri Jul 03, 2009 12:29 pm

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AV-44B Bateleur


Overview:

The AV-44B Bateleur is Global Armament's answer to Lockheed Martin's AC-130U Spectre. It is equipped with many of the same weapons systems, including the GAU-12/U Equalizer and M102 105mm howitzer. It also has an upgraded suite of EW and ECM countermeasures and includes the ability to add additional fuel drop tanks via hardpoints on the wings. It is overall based on the MV-44, but almost all of the cargo space has been taken up by added weapons.

The aircraft is deployable from most modern LHDs and aircraft carriers, giving any modern Expeditionary Strike Force an unparalleled level of force projection that is able to rearmed and refueled at the frontline and able to support friendly ground forces faster than the AC-130.

Aerodynamics & Layout:

The most notable feature of the AV-44 would be it's four-engine, tiltrotor design which gives it the ability to take off vertically like a helicopter and achieve a high top-speed similar to larger turbo-prop aircraft. Combined with it's V/STOL ability and longer loitering time, more than equivalent to the Lockheed Martin AC-130U Spectre, makes the Bateleur the perfect replacement choice for your gunship. While it's massive size makes it somewhat unwieldy in small areas, it still boasts the heaviest armament of any military helicopter

The unconventional design of the AV-44 gives it a relatively low profile, since it forgoes any sort of vertical stabilizer. This is negated by the inclusion of a dual-wing assembly, as well as the tilting ability of the engines themselves, as well as the highly-advanced fly-by-wire system. Seven of the crewmembers sit in the aircraft's cockpit,, with the remaining five being stationed in the rear cargo hold along with the guns. The AV-44's advanced computer systems have all but elimated the onboard flight engineer.

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1 - Pilot
2 - Co-Pilot
3 - Navigator & IDS Officer
4 - EW Officer & FCS Officer

Avionics and Electronic Countermeasures Systems:

The AV-44 comes equipped with several advanced avionics installed, although some listed will be restricted from export and these items will be properly noted.

  1. AN/ALQ-144(V)1 Counter-Measures System. The AN/ALQ-144 system is an omni-directional active infrared Countermeasures Set which protects the AV-44, V-24, V-22 (and numerous other) aircraft from air-to-air and ground-to-air heat seeking (infrared) missiles. The airborne installed system included in this family of equipment are designed to provide jamming of threat IR missile systems. They are active, continuous operating, omni-directional, electrically fuel-fired IR jamming systems designed to confuse or decoy threat IR missile systems.
  2. AN/AAQ-24 Directional Infrared Countermeasure System "NEMESIS". Designed by Northrop-Grumman Corporation, the AN/AAQ-24 DIRCM uses a high-powered laser to disrupt any heat-seeking missiles fired against the aircraft. When NEMESIS detects a missile launch, it determines if it is a threat, warns the aircrew and activates its high-power, laser-based countermeasure system to track and defeat the threat.*
  3. AN/ALE-47 Countermeasures Dispenser System. The ALE-47 Countermeasure Dispenser System is an active, integrated, reprogrammable, computer controlled system to dispense expendables/decoys, designed to employ electronic and infrared countermeasures according to a program developed and implemented by the aircrew.
  4. AN/ALQ-131 Self-Protection Jamming Pod. The ALQ-131 ECM Pod is modular in design containing various electronic receivers, antennas, and powerful transmitters designed to alter the flight path of an incoming enemy missile. This modular pod-mounted system can be configured to cope with a range of threats, spread over one to five frequency bands, by selecting individual modules for inclusion in the pod, the user can configure pod to handle threats. Both noise and deception-jamming modes are available, and he pod can be reprogrammed to match the expected threat. The pod is controlled from the cockpit by both automatic and manual means. The cockpit control indicator is used to turn the system on, enable threat response actions, and display system status. ECM pods are pre-programmed on the ground for specific threats that may be encountered.*
  5. AN/ALE-43 Chaff Dispensing System. The AN/ALE-43 (ALE-43) chaff cutter dispensing system provides the electronic warfare operator with the option of selecting, while in flight, various tuned dipole lengths to meet changing threats in frequency ranges from A- to K-band. The concept of cutting chaff from a continuous supply to various dipole lengths, while in flight, has numerous advantages. The limitation in utilizing the 'cutter' concept for chaff countermeasures prior to the ALE-43 was the lack of a suitable chaff supply material.

*Export restricted.

The AV-44 also comes equipped with a standard AN/APX-114 IFF (Identification Friend-or-Foe) and AN/APQ-170 TFR (Terrain-Following RADAR).


  1. AN/APX-114 Identification Friend-or-Foe. The AN/APX-114 Airborne Interrogator initiates an IFF inquiry and provides the advanced processing capability to positively identify friendly targets. The system is designed with a Versa Module Eurocard (VME) open architecture that enables maximum system flexibility and leads to practical upgrades. The architecture is driven by a Power PC processor that provides a throughput of 14,000 replies per second, target processing and platform interface. An IFF signal processing card incorporates Raytheon’s Very Large Scale Integration (VSLI) reply decoder chipset, which uses leading-edge pulse detection techniques. The APX 114 platform interfaces include Mil-STD-1553B, RS-232, Ethernet and RS-422. The 2.5-kilowatt transmitter and receiver sensitivity of -83 dBm will meet or exceed the link margin required for any airborne applications.
  2. AN/APN-241 Terrain Following/Navigational RADAR. Northrop-Grumman's AN/APN-241 radar was developed specifically for the C-130 mission and operational requirements. This radar offers high-resolution ground mapping that enables accurate low-level navigation and precision aerial drops, predictive windshear detection in all weather conditions, and situational awareness for all-weather formation flying. It has since then been adapted for use on the AV-44 and MV-44 by Global Armaments.

Cockpit Interface:

The advanced cockpit borrows numerous innovations from other aircraft, including Honeywell's M142 IHADSS and VSI's Joint-Helmet Mounted Cueing System, Night Vision Cueing & Display and the Helmet Mounted Display System. This produced something quite amazing. Combined with an eye-tracking system, which allows the HMD to follow the pilot's eyes, it allows near 100% situational awareness for the pilot.

The HUD is entirely customizable to the pilot's preferences, allowing them to move, enlarge and change any element, including altitude, fuel gauge, estimated fuel time, RWR warnings, etc. The console is equipped with several touchscreens and voice commands for non-essential functions, drastically cutting down on the amount of clutter and allowing the pilots to stay focused on their tasks. Missile warnings and other alerts are announced by a flashing of the screen and audio warning.

Technical Specifications:

General:

Manufacturer - GA America
Powerplant - 4x Global Armaments F128 Turboprops, (8,345 hp) each
Role - QTR Gunship
Height - 39 ft 10 in
Length - 102 ft 6 in
Wingspan - 47 ft 7 in (front); 54 ft 9 in (rear)
Crew -
  • Officers - 5 (Pilot, Co-Pilot, EW Officer, Navigator, FC Officer)
  • Enlisted - 8 (TV Operator, IDS Operator, Loadmaster, Four Gunners)
    Empty Weight - 69,640 lbs.
    Loaded Weight - 179,230 lbs.
    Max Takeoff Weight - 185,500 lbs.

    Performance:

    Top Speed - 312 mph
    Cruise Speed - 300 mph
    Range - 2,311 mi
    Combat Radius - 1,020 mi
    Ferry Range - 4,057 mi

    Armament:

    Guns:
    • 1× GAU-12/U "Equalizer" 25 mm gatling gun
    • 1× 40 mm L60 Bofors cannon
    • 1× 105 mm M102 howitzer

Price per Unit - $128,000,000 USD
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TO: Global Armaments America
FROM: The Royal Commonwealth of Tristan Providence
SUBJECT: Re: Contact #6

We would like to announce that L3 communications has won the #6 contract thus is awarded the contract to build the Commonwealths attack helicopter fleet of the future. We would like to place an order for 5,280 AV-24B Gyrfalcons at a total of $182,160,000,000 USD's. Furthermore after looking at your other fine products we would like to place orders for 900 MV-44A Caracara, 500 AV-44B Bateleur, and 6,000 MV-24A Erne. This makes the grand total of purchases: $328,010,000,000 USD's.Thank you for your services.

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To the Royal Commonwealth of Tristan Providence,

Your order has been confirmed and we'll begin construction and shipment of the aircraft immediately. Due to the size of the order, as our factories were not designed for such a massive scale, the complete shipment shall be finished in seven years. You can feel free to opt for a payment plan, pay upfront or pay at the end of construction. We're glad to be of service to your fine nation and hope that you'll purchase from our corporation again.

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Postby Control You » Sat Jul 18, 2009 4:58 pm

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We would like to buy 52 AV-44B Bateleur's for 3,016,000,000 USD. If you could do fast production as these are needed we will pay an extra billion.

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Postby L3 Communications » Sun Jul 19, 2009 6:48 am

To the Empire of Control You,

Your order has been accepted. We're not quite how to qualify for your "fast production" as you haven't given us a deadline, however we should have your aircraft delivered within about one year. Hopefully this will be sufficient.

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Postby Communist Prefectures » Tue Jul 21, 2009 10:39 am

The Empire of Communist Prefectures is interested in purchasing production rights, manufacturing equipment, and schematics for the AV-44B Bateleur. We would also like the restricted features included. Name your price and we will pay you handsomely.
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Postby L3 Communications » Wed Jul 22, 2009 11:26 am

To the Empire of Communist Prefectures,

We're willing to sell you the Domestic Manufacturing Rights, although since you're a communist nation as evidenced by your name, we'll have to charge 25% extra (up from $16 billion USD) to get past the fees. The restricted systems on the AV-44B are NOT up for DMR nor are they able to be rescinded from the export restriction list. However, you may purchase each system from their respective manufacturer. In this case, that would be Northrop-Grumman Corporation, who is also our primary contractor on most aircraft defensive systems.

The pricing for the DMR is as follows:


ItemsQuantityPrice
DMR for the AV-44BOne$20 billion USD


We hope you'll find this deal acceptable and will continue doing business with us.

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Postby Ravea » Wed Jul 22, 2009 11:44 am

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The Ravean Authority wishes to purchase six AV-24B Gyrfalcons, twelve MV-24A Erne, and three AV-44B Bateleur aircraft to bolster the relatively ignored and understaffed RADF (Ravean Air Defense Force). It has been our decision that Global Armament's aircraft would seem to be of excellent quality and make, as well as able to perform in a variety of roles.

The combined, and rather hefty price tag for these fine craft appears to come to $531,000,000, though the sum has already deemed to be well spent. The money can be transferred when the order is confirmed.

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To the Ravean Authority,

We apologize for the rather high prices, but compared to their competitors and fixed-wing analogues, these aircraft are indeed much cheaper, without sacrificing quality. Your order has been confirmed and, due to the rather small purchase, you can expect your AV-24s and AV-44s within one week. We can deliver roughly half of the MV-24s along with the other aircraft, the rest will have to be constructed at our factories in Western Texas. Construction and deliver for the seven remaining MV-24s should take about a month.

We hope you'll find this deal acceptable and will continue doing business with us.

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Postby Mossat » Tue Sep 15, 2009 9:02 pm

The Commonwealth of Mossat is searching for new ways to increase its battle prowess. We are stretching our reaches far and wide to determine which battle systems are the best for us until our primary weapons industry has been stabilized.

We would like to purchase:

MV-24A Erne: 30 Craft
$375,000,000

MV-44A Caracara: 20 Craft
$900,000,000

AV-24B Gyrfalcon: 50 Craft
$862,500,000

AV-44B Bateleur: 15 Craft
$870,000,000

Total: $3,007,000,000
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Postby Storm Gard » Wed Jun 23, 2010 2:26 am

To: Global Armaments
From: East Asian Union Ministry of Defense.


After due consideration of your company's many fine products, the East Asian Union Ministry of Defense has decided to award to Global Armaments the contract for upgrading the Union's helicopter fleet, in concert with the Union's plans for the modernization of its air-force. Therefore, we would like to place an order for five hundred and twenty AV-24B Gyrfalcons, one hundred and ten MV-44A Caracaras, fifty MV-24A Ernes and fifteen AV-44B Bateleurs. We believe that the total sum of our order will come to a total of $15,415,000,000. Thank you for your consideration.

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Postby Katonazag » Wed Jun 23, 2010 9:59 am

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From: Györ Military Motorworks, Aviation Division

Due to the successes and performance of the current design of the AV-24 line, we are interested in a domestic development and production license. With exception of classified HCSK military-specific hardware (for which we are sure that Global Armaments has functional equivalents), we are willing to share the new design developments with the original company in exchange for a modestly discounted DPR cost. We are certain that the profits generated for Global Armaments and new markets opened by the resulting products will dwarf even the most generous of discounts, as GHAS Aviation would only be selling the products inside the HCSK and Kingdom of Krommindy.

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Postby Finnian Bastada » Fri Jul 02, 2010 10:48 am

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From: The Finnian ministry of Defense
Per your response we are interested in your AV-24B to meet our gunship/attack aircraft needs and wonder if your company is willing to send a test model that can be used in a head to head competition against the other competitors.

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Postby Alabama2010 » Thu Sep 16, 2010 3:59 pm

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I heard lot of recommendation to you and I'm interested with your model. Can we set a meeting to discuss more about it and offer you something for your service. We would like to hear good words from you.

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