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TLVS: Photo Gallery

TLVS MFCR
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A TLVS/MEADS Multifunction Fire Control Radar is shown in deployed configuration in Germany.  

TLVS Elements
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A TLVS/MEADS Multifunction Fire Control Radar, launcher and battle manager shown in their German configuration.  

TLVS Launcher
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A TLVS/MEADS launcher in the German configuration is A400M transportable and uses 360-degree defensive capability to defeat targets attacking from any direction.  


MEADS
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The TLVS/MEADS battle management system demonstrates plug-and-fight capability by attaching, configuring and moding an Italian Deployable Air Defense Radar. (Photo Courtesy of TLVS/MEADS International)  

MEADS Battle Manager
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During operational demonstrations, German and Italian military personnel use TLVS/MEADS within a larger system architecture to seamlessly incorporate elements under representative combat conditions.  

MEADS
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The TLVS/MEADS launcher lifts a pallet of missiles, secures it, and erects it for launch, significantly reducing demanding combat reload timelines. (Photo Courtesy of TLVS/MEADS International)  


MEADS
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The TLVS/MEADS BMC4I Tactical Operations Center’s open systems architecture enables plug-and-fight capability and allows TLVS/MEADS elements to attach to or detach from the network without shutting down. (Photo Courtesy of TLVS/MEADS International)  

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A MEADS Multifunction Fire Control Radar tracks targets approaching from opposite directions and guides PAC-3 MSE missiles to intercept. (Photo Courtesy of MEADS International)  

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A MEADS MFCR in the U.S. configuration completes an emplacement demonstration in Syracuse, New York. (Photo Courtesy of MEADS International)  


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The TLVS/MEADS power and communications unit is transportable via C-130, designed for mobility and rapid emplacement across a broad range of terrain and has a reliable design that powers both TLVS/MEADS radars. (Photo Courtesy of TLVS/MEADS International)  

TLVS
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The 360-degree active electronically steered array Surveillance Radar and MFCR can act as nodes on the TLVS/MEADS, or other future integrated air and missile defense networks, to give the warfighter more capability and flexibility. (Photo Courtesy of TLVS/MEADS International)  

TLVS
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A MEADS Launcher sits ready as a second fires a PAC-3 MSE missile in the background. The MEADS system can support vehicle requirements for several different countries. (Photo Courtesy of MEADS International)  


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The TLVS/MEADS Launcher, shown in its German configuration, has demonstrated advanced 360-degree capabilities by intercepting targets simultaneously attacking from opposite directions. (Photo Courtesy of TLVS/MEADS International)  

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The TLVS/MEADS Multifunction Fire Control Radar, shown in its German configuration, is highly mobile, A400M transportable and can detect and track advanced threats with 360-degree coverage and no blind spots. (Photo Courtesy of TLVS/MEADS International)

Flight Test
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MEADS demonstrates its ability to engage and defeat a target coming from anywhere using just a single launcher.


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In an unprecedented intercept test, the 360-degree MEADS system destroys an air-breathing threat attacking the tactical site from behind. (Photo Courtesy of MEADS International)  

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Each TLVS/MEADS element is lightweight, truck-mounted and mobile enough to move as the mission requires, with rotating radars and advanced launchers that provide 360-degree capability via networked, open architecture software. (Photo Courtesy of TLVS/MEADS International)  

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Three smoke trails cross in the sky during a test of MEADS where the 360-degree system intercepted and destroyed two targets simultaneously attacking from opposite directions. (Photo Courtesy of MEADS International)  

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A MEADS flight test demonstrates the system’s 360-degree capability in an unprecedented over-the-shoulder launch of the MSE missile against a simulated target attacking from behind.  

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