Aerial Common Sensor In 2003 the US Army and Navy launched the Aerial Common Sensor (ACS) programme, with a view to the army acquiring 34 ACS to replace the Guardrail and ARL, and the navy would take 19 to replace the Lockheed EP-3E Aries.
What does ACS stand for?
ACS stands for Aerial Common Sensor
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Samples in periodicals archive:
The requirement appears to supersede previous plans to acquire a jet-powered aerial common sensor (ACS) aircraft to replace the service's ageing RC-7 and RC-12 fleets.
Other Department of Defense programs, like Aerial Common Sensor, have shown an interest in using the WIN-T Communications Payload for direct dissemination of platform data, as well.
With the DoD delaying and realigning developmental airborne ISR programs, such as the aerial common sensor, U.
But either cutbacks or delays are likely for the aerial common sensor, the future cargo aircraft and the extended-range unmanned air vehicle, says McAleese.
The Army will field other TSAs with subsequent versions of IEWTPT, including TSAs for the Distributed Common Ground System-Army (DCGS-A) and the Aerial Common Sensor (ACS).
On the other hand, a few of LMT's programs still require monitoring, such as the SBIRS program, and the Aerial Common Sensor was cancelled.
Army/Lockheed Martin Aerial Common Sensor Program Review and Update Presented by Wes Colburn of Lockheed Martin with support from U.