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TLVS: Photo Gallery

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A TLVS Multifunction Fire Control Radar is shown in deployed configuration in Germany.  
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A TLVS Multifunction Fire Control Radar, launcher and battle manager shown in their German configuration.  
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A TLVS launcher in the German configuration is A400M transportable and uses 360-degree defensive capability to defeat targets attacking from any direction.  

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The TLVS battle management system demonstrates plug-and-fight capability by attaching, configuring and moding an Italian Deployable Air Defense Radar. (Photo Courtesy of TLVS International)  
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During operational demonstrations, German and Italian military personnel use TLVS within a larger system architecture to seamlessly incorporate elements under representative combat conditions.  
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The TLVS launcher lifts a pallet of missiles, secures it, and erects it for launch, significantly reducing demanding combat reload timelines. (Photo Courtesy of TLVS International)  

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The TLVS Tactical Operations Center’s open systems architecture enables plug-and-fight capability and allows TLVS elements to attach to or detach from the network without shutting down. (Photo Courtesy of TLVS International)  
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The TLVS 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 radars. (Photo Courtesy of TLVS International)  
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The 360-degree active electronically steered array Surveillance Radar and MFCR can act as nodes on the TLVS, or other future integrated air and missile defense networks, to give the warfighter more capability and flexibility. (Photo Courtesy of TLVS International)  

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

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