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Sea Based X-Band Radar - SBX-1 - The Real Death Star
 
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The U.S. Government and DARPA have built a real life death star. It is called the SBX-1. SOURCES MUSIC - In the Beginning by Paul Mottram - Imperial March by John Williams - Death Star Theme by John Williams - Cracks by Flux Pavilion - Star Wars Closing Credits by John Williams VIDEO - US SBX radar is in position to counter N Korea threat - javedJAVED javed - YouTube Channel https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IBVYTm5QJ9s - Sea Based X Band Radar Plaftorm ~ Port Townsend Seattle 6/24/11 - wisevitalogy - YouTube Channel https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=z_XLuJYjJ7Q&t=1s - SBX (Sea-Based X-Band) - U.S. Pacific Command - YouTube Channel https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=S2lmD7GO63s - Giant Sea-Based X-Band Radar (SBX-1) Enters Pearl Harbor - okrajoe - YouTube Channel https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ffqCDV4mrRs&t=2s - SBX Lift.wmv - cdicareers1 - YouTube Channel https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=E-0JOSg8MiE - HAARP SBX-1 DEATH STAR - Tomken8d2 - YouTube Channel https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=36m3FNiLkxE PICTURES - U.S. Navy's Official Website - SBX Current Collection http://www.navy.mil/list_all.asp?id=21914 ARTICLES - WANT TO KNOW ABOUT HAARP, VLF, VHF, RADAR, AND WEATHER MODIFICATION ? - By: Michael Janitch on April 24, 2012 https://www.dutchsinse.com/want-to-know-about-weather-modification-haarp-vlf-hf-and-chemtrails-want-to-prove-it-to-a-non-believer-here-you-go/3/ - Magnitude 6 earthquake hits North Korea sparking fears of nuclear bomb - By: Richard Hartley-Parkinson for Metro.co.uk on Thursday 13 Jul 2017 7:27 am http://metro.co.uk/2017/07/13/magnitude-6-earthquake-hits-north-korea-sparking-fears-of-nuclear-bomb-6775343/ RADAR SPECIFICATIONS U.S. Navy's Official Website - Story Number: NNS060110-11 - By Journalist 2nd Class Ryan McGinley, Commander, Navy Region Hawaii Public Affairs - Release Date: 1/10/2006 3:58:00 PM http://www.navy.mil/submit/display.asp?story_id=21914 Video Editing and Production for R.A.W.W. By: Travis J. Walker R.A.W.W. Vids 2017 R.A.W.W. - Raising Awareness World Wide ...STAY AWAKE MY FRIENDS...
Gigantic Floating Military Radar SBX-1 Entering Pearl Harbor
 
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The Sea-Based X-Band Radar entering Pearl Harbor. The Sea-Based X-Band Radar (SBX-1) is a floating, self-propelled, mobile active electronically scanned array radar station designed to operate in high winds and heavy seas. It is part of the U.S. Defense Department Ballistic Missile Defense System. The radar is mounted on a fifth generation CS-50 twin-hulled semi-submersible drilling rig. Conversion of the vessel was carried out at the AmFELS yard in Brownsville, Texas; the radar mount was built and mounted on the vessel at the Kiewit yard in Ingleside, Texas. It is nominally based at Adak Island in Alaska (though, as of November 2013 has never put into port at Adak) but can roam the Pacific Ocean to detect incoming ballistic missiles. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sea-based_X-band_Radar Video by pedro valdez | Commander Navy Region Hawaii AiirSource℠ covers military events and missions from the U.S. Army, Navy, Marine Corps, Air Force, and Coast Guard. http://youtube.com/AiirSource Like & share this video to show your support for the troops! Subscribe to AiirSource for future updates. Add AiirSource to your circles on Google+: http://google.com/+AiirSource Join the conversation on Facebook: http://facebook.com/AiirSource Follow AiirSource on Twitter: http://twitter.com/AiirSource Find us on the web: http://www.AiirSource.com
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Sea Based X-Band Radar entering Pearl Harbor
 
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The Sea-Based X-Band Radar (SBX-1) is a floating, self-propelled, mobile active electronically scanned array radar station designed to operate in high winds and heavy seas. To keep updated and view all video feel free to visit this website @ http://www.bhugzzfire.com Video Courtesy: SBX entering Pearl Harbor, by pedro valdez
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Sea-based x-band radar's limitations seen - TV ANNI
 
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Kayaking with the SBX Sea-Based X-Band Radar Platform
 
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The SBX is a missile defense radar platform with 12 megawatts of generators and a 4 million pound phased array radar. It roams the Pacific Ocean, and was in Seattle during the summer of 2011 for re-fit. These shots show it in refit then underway North out of Seattle's Elliott Bay. Wikipedia has a great article on it: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sea-based_X-band_Radar
Views: 11508 Wildman Zen
Sea-based X-band Radar
 
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PEARL HARBOR, Hawaii -- The Sea-based X-Band Radar (SBX) that has been docked at Pearl Harbor, Hawaii for the past several months left port Friday morning, March 22 under overcast skies heading west. CNN reported that the U.S. Navy is moving the platform closer to the North Korean coast in order to monitor that country's military moves, including possible new missile launches, a Defense Department official said Monday. The sea-based X-band radar (SBX), sometimes referred to as the BORR (big ole radar rig), is a floating, self-propelled, mobile radar station designed to operate in high winds and heavy seas. It is part of the U.S. Defense Department Ballistic Missile Defense System. The Sea-Based X-Band Radar is mounted on a fifth generation CS-50 twin-hulled semi-submersible drilling rig. It was originally designed to be based at Adak Island in Alaska however for about the last year it has been docked at Ford Island in a status the Missile Defense Agency called a "limited test and contingency operations status." The SBX looks like a giant golf ball on a six-legged sea-going platform. The 280-foort talk radar tracking system features a phased array radar system that can track U.S. and foreign missile test with 45,000 transmission and receiving elements. It is so powerful and sensitive, officials say it can detect and pinpoint a baseball flying through the air 2,500 miles away.
Views: 8135 Billie Erwin
US Navy Deploying HAARP Tesla Weapon Platform SBX-1 to Hit North Korea with Earthquakes (HD)
 
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The US Navy is reportedly deploying the huge Sea-based X-band radar to the Korean Peninsula what suggests that North Korea could be hit by a massive HAARP-made earthquake anytime soon http://news.bbc.co.uk/2/hi/7435324.stm http://www.nasa.gov/centers/ames/cct/office/cif/2011/toughness_of_rocks.html http://adsabs.harvard.edu/abs/2011AGUFMNH54A..02F Very strong but very deep earthquake in Russia / China / North Korea region This very deep earthquake is caused by the subduction of Pacific Plate under Eurasian Plate (which also causes most of the earthquake activity around Japan). Due to the depth, any damage in one of the mentioned countries can be excluded. Update: Very deep earthquakes like this are usually felt in a wide area (with low intensity). In this case, large towns like Vladiwostok are in this area. But so far we did not get any felt reports. If you think you felt it, please tell us. The earthquake may have been felt (theoretically) by nearly 10 million people as a very weak to weak shaking. Nearby Cities 9km (6mi) N of Zarubino, Russia 28km (17mi) SW of Slavyanka, Russia 62km (39mi) ENE of Aoji-ri, North Korea 63km (39mi) ESE of Hunchun, China 608km (378mi) NE of Pyongyang, North Korea Most important Earthquake Data: Magnitude : 6.2 Local Time (conversion only below land) : 2013-04-06 00:00:00 GMT/UTC Time : 2013-04-05 13:00:00 Depth (Hypocenter) : 551 km Depth and Magnitude updates in the list below. Share your earthquake experience (I Have Felt It) with our readers. Click on the "I Felt It" button behind the corresponding earthquake. Your earthquake experience is not only important for science, but also for people in the area as well as our global readership. http://csat.au.af.mil/2025/volume3/vol3ch14.pdf http://csat.au.af.mil/2025/volume3/vol3ch15.pdf http://www.europarl.europa.eu/sides/getDoc.do?pubRef=-//EP//NONSGML+REPORT+A4-1999-0005+0+DOC+PDF+V0//EN http://vlf.stanford.edu/research/experiments-haarp-ionospheric-heater And the earthquakes hit deep underground North Korea Mirrored from stillspeakingout
Views: 480069 Reptilian Resistance
Sea-based X-Band Radar
 
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PEARL HARBOR, Hawaii -- The Sea-based X-Band Radar (SBX) that has been docked at Pearl Harbor, Hawaii for the past several months left port Friday morning, March 22 under overcast skies heading west. CNN reported that the U.S. Navy is moving the platform closer to the North Korean coast in order to monitor that country's military moves, including possible new missile launches, a Defense Department official said Monday. The sea-based X-band radar (SBX), sometimes referred to as the BORR (big ole radar rig), is a floating, self-propelled, mobile radar station designed to operate in high winds and heavy seas. It is part of the U.S. Defense Department Ballistic Missile Defense System. The Sea-Based X-Band Radar is mounted on a fifth generation CS-50 twin-hulled semi-submersible drilling rig. It was originally designed to be based at Adak Island in Alaska however for about the last year it has been docked at Ford Island in a status the Missile Defense Agency called a "limited test and contingency operations status." The SBX looks like a giant golf ball on a six-legged sea-going platform. The 280-foort talk radar tracking system features a phased array radar system that can track U.S. and foreign missile test with 45,000 transmission and receiving elements. It is so powerful and sensitive, officials say it can detect and pinpoint a baseball flying through the air 2,500 miles away.
Views: 497 Billie Erwin
Raytheon Ballistic Missile Defense Systems & Transportable Radar Surveillance (AN/TPY-2)
 
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Don't Forget To : Comment / Like / Share / Subscribe ThankYou ! This Channel does not Recieve Monetization for Anything ! Raytheon’s AN/TPY-2 X-Band radar comes in. A critical element in the Ballistic Missile Defense System, AN/TPY-2 continually searches the sky for ballistic missiles. Once it detects a missile, it acquires it, tracks it, and uses its powerful radar and complex computer algorithms to discriminate between the warhead and non-threats such as countermeasures. Depending on the needs of the warfighter, the AN/TPY-2 radar can be deployed in two different modes. In forward-based mode, the radar is positioned near hostile territory, and acquires ballistic missiles in the boost (ascent) phase of flight, shortly after they are launched. It then tracks and discriminates the threat, and passes critical information required by decision makers to the Command and Control Battle Management network. When the AN/TPY-2 radar is deployed in terminal mode, the radar’s job is to detect, acquire, track and discriminate ballistic missiles in the terminal (descent) phase of flight. The terminal-mode AN/TPY-2 also leads the Terminal High Altitude Area Defense ballistic missile defense system by guiding the THAAD missile to intercept a threat. AN/TPY-2 has a record of flawless performance against all classes of ballistic missiles. In forward-based mode, it has proven capability against short-, medium and intermediate-range ballistic missiles. In terminal mode, AN/TPY-2 has demonstrated its ability to enable an intercept of short- and medium-range ballistic missiles. Raytheon has delivered ten AN/TPY-2s to date, and is in the process of building two more for the U.S. customer, and two for international partners. These radars are an important step in the right direction to meeting the growing U.S. and international demand for an affordable, proven system that can stay ahead of the increasing ballistic missile threat. There are more than 6,300 ballistic missiles outside of U.S., NATO, Russian and Chinese control, with that number expected to grow to almost 8,000 by 2020. Rogue regimes are developing nuclear, chemical and/or biological warheads, while at the same time making their missiles more flexible, mobile, survivable, reliable and accurate. As rogue regimes proliferate and improve their weapons 1, the men and women charged with protecting the U.S., our warfighters, allies and partners will need proven, affordable, reliable systems that can keep pace with the growing threat. I DON'T OWN ANYTHING, NO COPYRIGHT INTENDED** (C) All rights reserved to the artist and their production company Copyright Act 1976, allowance is made for "fair use" for purposes such as criticism, comment, news reporting, teaching, scholarship, and research. Fair use is a use permitted by copyright statute that might otherwise be infringing. Non-profit, educational or personal use tips the balance in favor of fair use. The Video posted here is for watching entertainment only.
X Band Radar is back
 
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The X Band radar platform is back on Pearl Harbor for some work.
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Sea Based X Band Radar Plaftorm ~ Port Townsend Seattle 6/24/11
 
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Gigantic Sea-based Missile Defence System in Seattle for repairs. A Radar Globe plopped down on an oil rig platform that can self-propel itself into whatever position is needed. A reportage made by a Washington TV News, while the SBX was arriving at Seattle, on its way to Vigor Shipyard Seattle (formerly Todd Pacific Shipyards), in late May, for maintenance and upgrades. Officially, this vehicle is a self-propelled, mobile radar station, developed by the U.S. Defense Department Ballistic Missile Defense System, to detect missiles. But according to an anonymous article on Presscore website, this platform actually is a huge HAARP device, involved in the 7.0 M earthquake in Haiti, 2010 and in the 9.0 M in Japan, in March 2011. http://presscore.ca/2011/?p=1598 This platform is still docked in Seattle. Coincidence or not, a 7.2 M just hit the Fox Islands and Aleutian Islands, in Alaska, earlier today, approximately 2.680 miles from where the SBX is docked. A test perhaps... The below website is a maritime traffic online real-time tracker and allows keep the eyes on that platform. Just type SBX 1 in the search box. http://www.marinetraffic.com/ais/
Views: 13485 wisevitalogy
SBX (Sea-Based X-Band)
 
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JOINT BASE PEARL HARBOR, Hawaii (March 22, 2013) --The SBX Radar Vessel departs Pearl Harbor, Hawaii, to conduct its semi-annual systems checks at sea. The systems checks ensure the platform is operationally capable to meet future missions. The SBX is an advanced X-Band radar mounted on a mobile, semi-submersible platform that provides the Ballistic Missile Defense System with an extremely powerful and capable radar and remains an important strategic capability in U.S. ballistic missile defense increasing the ability to protect the American people and our regional allies and partners.
U.S. deployed Sea-Based X-Band Radar to Korean peninsula: officials
 
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美 해상기반 X-밴드레이더, 한달간 北 감시후 하와이 복귀 It has emerged that the United States temporarily deployed a state-of-the-art radar system to the Korean peninsula recently. South Korean military officials say the Sea-Based X-Band Radar was deployed for around a month,... but they did not specify the purpose of the deployment. It went back to Hawaii late last month. The X-Band is a floating, mobile active early-warning radar station that's capable of detecting an incoming missile from a range of up to two-thousand kilometers. North Korea conducted a nuclear test and tested a long distance missile engine in September. It also attempted to test-fire two Musudan missiles in October. Experts say the radar was likely deployed to better detect North Korea's strategic provocations. Visit ‘Arirang News’ Official Pages Facebook(NEWS): http://www.facebook.com/newsarirang Homepage: http://www.arirang.com Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/arirangtv Twitter: http://twitter.com/arirangworld Instagram: http://instagram.com/arirangworld
Views: 1460 ARIRANG NEWS
What the SBX can do
 
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West Seattle Blog video of U.S. Army Colonel Mark Arn talking with the media about the SBX radar after its arrival at Vigor Shipyard in Seattle for three months of work.
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SBX_2005_vm104.wmv
 
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April 3, 2005 - The 2,000-ton radar is lowered aboard the converted oil rig in what will become the Sea-Based X-band Radar (SBX) for the Missile Defense Agency. The assembly took place at the Kiewit Offshore Services in Corpus Christi, Texas. The 282-foot high structure will displace nearly 50,000 tons when at its operating draft. The SBX, a unique combination of an advanced-radar with a mobile, ocean-going, semi-submersible platform will provide the nation with highly advanced ballistic missile detection and will also have the capability to discriminate hostile missile warheads from decoys or countermeasures. Its mobility gives it the capability to be positioned on the ocean to support Missile Defense Agency tests and also operationally support defense of our homeland, deployed forces and allies and friends. The SBX will be homeported in Adak, Alaska later this year. Learn more at http://www.mda.mil/system/sensors.html.
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U S Resurrects Sea Based X Band Radar For Ballistic Missile Defense
 
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PLEASE LEAVE A LIKE AND SUBSCRIBE LIKE US ON FACEBOOK https://www.facebook.com/redfraxnews ******************************************************************* The United States Department of Defense (DoD) is reviving the long-stalled deployment of its Sea-Based X-Band Radar (SBX) component for the Ballistic Missile Defense System (BMDS), awarding a $57,675,835 cost-plus-incentive-fee contract to Gryphon Technologies. Unveiled by MDA more than a decade ago, the SBX radar was envisioned to support both operations and testing of the Ground-Based Midcourse Defense System, which is specifically designed to defend the United States. homeland against a long-range ballistic missile attack. It was officially dedicated in 2005 ahead of sea trials, but full deployment was halted in 2012. With its revival, Gryphon Technologies is tasked to provide for communication operations and support for the SBX Strategic Mission with an initial $4 million in fiscal year 2017 allocated for research, development, test, and evaluation purposes. The total $57,675,835 contract is slated to end on June 14, 2024. We are honored to be selected to continue to provide Mission Integration Test and Operational Support for SBX to the Missile Defense Agency Sensors Directorate, said P.J. Braden, founder of Gryphon Technologies. Gryphon's team of professionals is committed to the mission and supporting MDA in keeping our country safe. SBX consists of a highly advanced X-band radar system operating between 8.0 to 12.0 GHz frequency range within the microwave radio region of the electromagnetic spectrum. It is mounted on a sea-going, semi-submersible, twin-hulled oil production platform measuring 240 feet wide and 390 feet long, and topped with a dome housing the X-band radar unit. According to the Missile Defense Agency (MDA), the X-band radar – an electro-mechanically-steered phased array radar which consists of thousands of antennae driven by transmit/receive modules – can “see an object the size of a baseball at a distance of 2,500 nautical miles, reports Defense Systems. SBX tracks and relays data to elements of the Ground Missile Defense (GMD) Fire Control branch of the United States Ballistic Missile Defense System (BMDS) to facilitate the interception of hostile long-range ballistic missiles by ground and/or sea-based interceptors. According to ReportLinker, various governments are investing heavily in state-of-the-art X-band radar systems to bolster their defense capabilities amid increasing geopolitical tensions. This has led to a rapid growth in the X-band radar market, which is projected to be worth $5.61 billion by 2021. if you like this video please leave a like and subscribe ******************************************************************* CREATED BY RED FRAX NEWS COMMUNITY
Views: 322 RED FRAX NEWS 24/7
Iran S Band X Band navigation radar & Sea based fire control رادار ناوبري باند اس ايكس ثامن ايران
 
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November 26, 2014 (Persian calendar 1392/9/5) The Iranian Navy's Industrial Research and Self-Sufficiency Jihad Organization on Wednesday unveiled three new homegrown naval products, including a new radar system. In a special ceremony, the Iranian Navy unveiled a new domestically-made S Band, X Band navigation radar system which has been specifically designed to prevent radio transmission disorders. Iran’s Army Lieutenant Commander Brigadier General Abdolrahim Mousavi سرتيپ عبدالرحيم موسوي, Navy Commander Rear Admiral Habibollah Sayyari دريابان حبيب الله سياري and Head of the Industrial Research and Self-Sufficiency Jihad Organization Rear Admiral Ali Gholamzade دريابان علي غلامزاده were among the high-ranking commanders taking part in the event. The “Samen Project پروژه ثامن” which is the country’s first sea-based air and surface fire control system as well as the “Shahid Mehrpour Project پروژه شهيد مهرپور”, an advanced naval simulator to train Iranian divers to come out of the Midget submarines, were also unveiled during the ceremony.
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SBX (Sea-Based X-Band Radar) makes its way past West Seattle
 
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West Seattle Blog video of the SBX being towed to Vigor Shipyard, past West Seattle and the downtown Seattle skyline, late the night of 5/10/2011.
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International X-Band Radome Transportation Project - U.S. Missile Defense Radar System
 
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Visit our Facebook Fanpage @ http://www.facebook.com/LGIinc Logistics Group International X-Band Radome Transportation Project 2004- 2005 Logistics Group International Inc. is a transportation broker. The equipment and trucks shown in these videos are not owned or operated by Logistics Group International inc. For more information, or to view more of our special projects visit: www.lgiinc.com Email: [email protected] Call: (713) 957-4812 En Español: (956) 728-8220 On February 18th, 2005 Logistics Group International successfully aided ILC Dover and the US Army Missile Defense Agency's X-band Radar Project Office in delivery of a key component of the Ground Based Mid-Course Defense (GBMD) system. The key component of the GBMD, is the X-band radar's, state of the art, protective Radome fabric designed by ILC Dover. This fabric, conceived by Raytheon Corporation, was packaged into 141'L x 21'W x 18"T, L.G.I. designed custom crate at the TCOM LLP hangar facility in nearby Weeksville, North Carolina. The United States Coast Guard Center in Elizabeth City, NC's waterfront, situated approximately six miles away from TCOM, was the perfect load point for the massive crate containing the Radome fabric. The crate, once loaded onto a coastal barge, traveled to Corpus Christi, Texas, via the Intercoastal waterway, for installation on the Sea based X-band radar platform. Logistics Group International with there 14 different logistical support entities and team of over 87 personnel ensured that the US Army would minimize impact and disruption to Coast Guard operations. They worked around the clock for three days, verifying site conditions, transporting the crate through the base, and assembling and dis-assembling the portable 650-ton crane and other support equipment. After a brief delay, due to weather, the Radome load proceeded smoothly, and the coastal barge sounded one prolonged blast with the Radome crate safely secured to the deck. The thorough site planning of Logistics Group International saved the US Army's X-band Radar Project significant transportation time in transporting the Radome to it's final destination in Adak, Alaska and provided an excellent example of successful inter-service cooperation. The X-band radar, which the Radome fabric protects from the elements, is a vital element of the Ground Based Mid-Course Defense system that defends our nation against Intercontinental Ballistic Missile attack. The radar is based on a high tech, fifth generation oil drilling platform. It is twin-hulled, self propelled and very stable in high winds and turbulent sea conditions. Its ocean-spanning mobility allows the radar to be repositioned as needed to provide radar coverage of possible threat missile launches from anywhere in the world. Once the radar is fully fitted onto the platform it will rise more than 280 feet from the platform keel to the zenith of the Radome and will displace nearly 30,000 tons. The radar and support systems are scheduled to be fully integrated and available for use in the Ballistic Missile Defense System by the end of 2005 ( http://www.acq.osd.mil/mda/ ). Logistics Group International would like to give thanks to ILC Dover, Raytheon, BAE Systems, Department of Defense, United States Coast Guard and all Contractors used to make the Transportation effort a success.
Views: 7438 LogisticsGroupIntl
Sea-based X-band Radar
 
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The Sea-Based X-Band Radar is a floating, self-propelled, mobile active electronically scanned array early-warning radar station designed to operate in high winds and heavy seas. It was developed as part of the Missile Defense Agency's Ballistic Missile Defense System. The radar is mounted on a fifth generation CS-50 twin-hulled semi-submersible drilling rig. Conversion of the vessel was carried out at the AmFELS yard in Brownsville, Texas; the radar mount was built and mounted on the vessel at the Kiewit yard in Ingleside, Texas. It is nominally based at Adak Island in Alaska. It has spent most of its time at Pearl Harbor in test status, having never become operational, and has received criticism for falling short of program expectations. This video is targeted to blind users. Attribution: Article text available under CC-BY-SA Creative Commons image source in video
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Sea-Based X-Band Radar Pearl Harbor Oahu Hawaii
 
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Sea-Based X-Band Radar in Pearl Harbor as seen from Neal Blaisdell Park in Pearl City on Oahu.
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Raytheon Air and Missile Defense Radar
 
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Raytheon’s next generation AMDR naval radar combines S-band and X-band modules, The S-band is supporting a new air and missile defense capability with existing X-band horizon-search radar based technology. The application also includes the Radar Suite Controller (RSC) – a new component to manage radar resources and integrate with the ship’s combat management system. Read more on defense-Update http://wp.me/s3cRXG-amdr_cdr
Views: 14490 defenseupdate
SBX-1 Ballistic Missile Defence System Enters Pearl Harbor
 
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The Sea-Based X-Band Radar-1 (SBX-1) is a fire control radar based on a seagoing semi-submersible vessel. The platform was developed by Boeing as part of the ground-based midcourse defence (GMD) component of the US Ballistic Missile Defence System (BMDS). The GMD intercepts incoming warheads. Among other things, the SBX-1 is keeping an eye on North Korea's upcoming planned space launch. Filmed on October 24, 2014. Film Credits: Pedro Valdez
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Furuno X- Band Radar
 
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US Military to Deploy Eight Additional Interceptor Missiles In Alaska
 
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The Pentagon plans to deploy eight additional ground-based interceptor missiles at Fort Greely, Alaska, according to the U.S. Missile Defense Agency. Japanese television network NHK reported Tuesday the U.S. military is adding eight more missile defense systems and "updating" its sea-based X-band radar to deter against North Korean threats. The SB-X is the world's largest and most powerful phased array X-band radar in the world, and is housed inside a dome that resembles a giant golf ball. The system's electric thrusters can propel the radar to be positioned in any location in the Pacific Ocean, according to the Missile Defense Agency. A total of 44 ground-based interceptor missiles are to be deployed to Alaska to "improve protection against North Korean and potential Iranian [intercontinental ballistic missile] threats as they emerge," the MDA states. An X-band radar deployed to Japan will also receive an upgrade so as to improve the system's ballistic missile tracking capabilities. North Korea has claimed its midrange missiles, like the recently test-launched Hwasong-12, can target U.S. assets in Guam and Japan. An X-band radar currently deployed in the Pacific for 120 days per year will be upgraded so it is operational year-round. The report comes after the U.S. House Armed Services Committee called for a $2.1 billion increase in military spending in the Pacific, due in part to the potential North Korean threat. About $1 billion is being allocated to munitions and another $1 billion for missile defense, including Terminal High Altitude Area Defense, or THAAD.
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Пентагон потратил более $2 млрд на неэффективный военный радар
 
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Журналисты The Los Angeles Times выяснили, что радиолокационная установка Sea-Based X-band radar, созданная в рамках программы ПРО США, не способна решать поставленные перед ней задачи. По планам военных, радар должен был отслеживать запуск межконтинентальных баллистических ракет и направлять американские ракеты на их перехват и уничтожение. По мнению Пола Эру, бывшего сотрудника Института исследований в области обороны и разоружения, ожидания Пентагона обгоняют современные технические возможности. Подписывайтесь на RT Russian - http://www.youtube.com/subscription_center?add_user=rtrussian RT на русском - http://russian.rt.com/ Vkontakte - http://vk.com/rt_russian Facebook - http://www.facebook.com/RTRussian Twitter - http://twitter.com/RT_russian Livejournal - http://rt-russian.livejournal.com/
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radar platform of the sea video
 
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The Sea-Based X-Band Radar constitutes a mid-course fire control radar based on a seagoing semi-submersible vessel.
Views: 33 Raju Ellandula
Beam and ring from X-Band Radar in Seattle Washington  May 13/2011
 
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Two days ago the X-band sea based HAARP Radar was docked in the Seattle Harbor and now it begins although the NEWS propaganda says while under repair here it will not be in service that is the same thing they said when it was in Hawaii for the past few months......... http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gS9NHXjju7Y&feature=player_embedded
Views: 1354 SuperTruthMaster
NEPTUNE long range coastal surveillance x-band radar
 
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Coastal surveillance is challenging with noisy signal from waves and atmospheric conditions. Neptine is a high performance long range x-band radar. More information at www.applied-infrared.com.au
Views: 2496 AppliedInfrared
US NAVY Has Deployed HAARP SBX Platform to NORTH KOREA
 
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US NAVY Has Deployed HAARP SBX Platform to NORTH KOREA NORTH KOREA HAS TO UNDERSTAND ABOUT HAARP The US Navy is reportedly deploying the huge Sea-based X-band ['SBX'] radar Platform to the Korean Peninsula. The radar is mounted on a fifth generation CS-50 twin-hulled semi-submersible drilling rig. Conversion of the vessel was carried out at the AmFELS yard in Brownsville, Texas; the radar mount was built and mounted on the vessel at the Kiewit yard in Ingleside, Texas, near Corpus Christi. It is nominally based at Adak Island in Alaska (though, as of April 2012 has never put into port at Adak) but can roam over the Pacific Ocean to detect incoming ballistic missiles. Vessel length: 116 metres (380 ft) Vessel height: 85 metres (280 ft) from keel to top of radar dome Vessel draft: approximately 10 metres (32 ft. 9 in.) when in motion or otherwise not on station; approximately 30 metres (98 ft. 5 in.) when on station Vessel stability: remains within 10 degrees of horizontal on station (fully passive stabilization) Cost: $900 million Crew: Approximately 75-85 members, mostly civilian contractors Radar range: 2,000 km (1,242 mi.) Displacement: 50,000 tons It is one third the size of a Nimitz aircraft carrier.
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X Band Radar images captured at the research pier HORS, Hasaki, Japan. 2005.
 
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HORS-Radar: University of Tsukuba Department of Engineering Mechanics and Energy Coastal Remote Sensing Lab Satoshi Takewaka Observation of a stormy wave field with X-band radar and its linear aspects. Coastal Engineering Journal, Vol. 49, pp. 149-171, 2007.
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SBX-1 military radar North Korea last known location?
 
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SBX1
 
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DOCKWISE 2008 SBX-1 CLIP
 
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Transport of the SBX-1 Radar station from Corpus Christie (USA) to Hawaii. Filmed and edited by Paolo de Graaff
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SBX Omar
 
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SBX: It's Bonkers!
 
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Created on March 31, 2010 using FlipShare.
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Sbx(1)
 
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Support to Israel - the X-Band Radar
 
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Congressman Kirk gives a speech on the US X-Band Radar System's deployment to Israel.
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SBX Lift.wmv
 
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Lifting the Radar onto the SBX Platform
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USA vs China: US sends AN/TPY-2 radar to Japan, angering China
 
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China’s foreign ministry reacted angrily last Thursday to a U.S. plan to erect an AN/TPY-2 X-Band radar in western Japan. “Neighbouring countries pushing forward the deployment of anti-missile systems in the Asia-Pacific and seeking unilateral security is not beneficial to strategic stability and mutual trust in the region,” said Chinese Foreign Ministry spokeswoman Hua Chunying during a press conference. The United States has already delivered the radar, which will go into operation by the end of this year, to a communication facility in Kyoto,. According to Defense Industry Daily, the 13 metre-long radar can detect missiles flying as high as 1,000 kilometres. While the radar can be used as a standalone piece of equipment, it can also be used as part of the Terminal High-Altitude Area Defense System. Other components include an electronic equipment unit, a power unit, a cooling unit and an operator unit. The radar can be deployed in two modes. In the forward-based mode, the radar is placed near a hostile terrain. After detecting and tracking the ballistic missile in its ascent phase, the system transfers information to the command unit. When deployed in the terminal mode, the AN/TPY-2 X-Band radar is tasked with detecting, tracking and discriminating ballistic missiles during its descent phase. It can also guide the Terminal High Altitude Area Defense missile to intercept a threat.
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BORR 5-2-2014
 
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X-Band Radar leaving from Pearl Harbor. Hawaii.
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SBX-Radar or the Floating X-Band, Another part of the HAARP Weapon
 
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Taped this with phone, so sorry for no zoom. But this is the SBX-Radar that is in Seattle for repairs, so I had to get some video and pictures of it. I will add more details and some editing when I get it uploaded. This is just the first that I made with my phone, and couldn't really zoom in good. The police has the piers blocked and harass you if you stay to long or film like I was. Plus Coast Guard was on patrol in the harbor to keep boats back a great distance. I have taken some good pictures and am going to piece together another video and slide presentation. But that is going to take a little time for the quality video I want. But here is just the basics. For more info about the SBX-Radar, here is a link with THEIR info http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sea-based_X-band_Radar
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Missile Defense Radars at Sea
 
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See how individual 2'x2'x2' radar building blocks can scale up to protect Navy ships against air, surface and ballistic missile threats
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US Military to Deploy Eight Additional Interceptor Missiles In Alaska
 
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The Pentagon plans to deploy eight additional ground-based interceptor missiles at Fort Greely, Alaska, according to the U.S. Missile Defense Agency. Japanese television network NHK reported Tuesday the U.S. military is adding eight more missile defense systems and "updating" its sea-based X-band radar to deter against North Korean threats. The SB-X is the world's largest and most powerful phased array X-band radar in the world, and is housed inside a dome that resembles a giant golf ball. Learn More: http://www.upi.com/Top_News/World-News/2017/05/24/Pentagon-to-deploy-eight-additional-interceptor-missiles-in-Alaska/1051495651239/?spt=su&or=btn_tw Your Support of Independent Media Is Appreciated: https://www.paypal.me/dahboo7 www.undergroundworldnews.com https://www.minds.com/DAHBOO7 My Other Youtube Channel- https://www.youtube.com/Dahboo777 https://twitter.com/dahboo7 https://vid.me/DAHBOO7 https://www.facebook.com/TheUndergroundWorldNews https://www.instagram.com/dahboo7/ B Rich: https://twitter.com/B_Rich33NO https://www.youtube.com/c/BRichOfficial Erick M: https://twitter.com/letmeexplainit https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCcwB6XtfJtyWW4DXKoZVn5A ToBeFree: https://twitter.com/da52true https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCvdTd5-p_sBE8oTjUOqPpPg EnterThe5t4rz: https://twitter.com/Enterthe5t4rz https://www.youtube.com/user/Enterthe5t4rz
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SBX at Vigor (Todd) Shipyard
 
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Sea-Based X-Band Radar (SBX) at Vigor Shipyard (formerly Todd) on Harbor Island in Seattle, Washington. Video taken during the 12:15 PM Argosy Cruises Harbor Tour. For more information on the Seattle SBX visit, go to: http://westseattleblog.com/2011/05/followup-sea-based-x-band-radar-sbx-in-seattle-in-daylight
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Kwajalein Atoll and it's intercept. Sea-based Missile Defense Flight Test Results
 
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of the launch of an SM-3 from USS O'Kane and ballistic missile target launch from Kwajalein Atoll and it's intercept. Sea-based Missile Defense Flight Test Results in Successful Intercept. The Missile Defense Agency (MDA), U.S. Navy sailors aboard the Aegis destroyer USS O'KANE (DDG 77), and Soldiers from the 94th Army Air and Missile Defense Command operating from the 613th Air and Space Operations Center at Hickam Air Force Base, Hawaii, successfully conducted a flight test of the Aegis Ballistic Missile Defense (BMD) element of the nation's Ballistic Missile Defense System, resulting in the intercept of a separating ballistic missile target over the Pacific Ocean. This successful test demonstrated the capability of the first phase of the European Phased Adaptive Approach (EPAA) announced by the President in September, 2009. At 2:52 a.m. EDT (6:52 p.m. April 15 Marshall Island Time), an intermediate-range ballistic missile target was launched from the Reagan Test Site, located on Kwajalein Atoll in the Republic of the Marshall Islands, approximately 2,300 miles southwest of Hawaii. The target flew in a northeasterly direction towards a broad ocean area in the Pacific Ocean. Following target launch, a forward-based AN/TPY-2 X-band transportable radar, located on Wake Island, detected and tracked the threat missile. The radar sent trajectory information to the Command, Control, Battle Management, and Communications (C2BMC) system, which processed and transmitted remote target data to the USS O'KANE. The destroyer, located to the west of Hawaii, used the data to develop a fire control solution and launch the SM-3 Block IA missile approximately 11 minutes after the target was launched. As the IRBM target continued along its trajectory, the firing ship's AN/SPY-1 radar detected and acquired the ballistic missile target. The firing ship's Aegis BMD weapon system uplinked target track information to the SM-3 Block IA missile. The SM-3 maneuvered to a point in space as designated by the fire control solution and released its kinetic warhead. The kinetic warhead acquired the target, diverted into its path, and, using only force of a direct impact, destroyed the threat in a "hit-to-kill" intercept. During the test the C2BMC system, operated by Soldiers from the 94th Army Air and Missile Defense Command, received data from all assets and provided situational awareness of the engagement to U.S. Pacific Command, U.S. Northern Command and U.S. Strategic Command. The two demonstration Space Tracking and Surveillance Satellites (STSS), launched by MDA in 2009, successfully acquired the target missile, providing stereo "birth to death" tracking of the target. Today's event, designated Flight Test Standard Missile-15 (FTM-15), was the most challenging test to date, as it was the first Aegis BMD version 3.6.1 intercept against an intermediate-range target (range 1,864 to 3,418 miles) and the first Aegis BMD 3.6.1 engagement relying on remote tracking data. The ability to use remote radar data to engage a threat ballistic missile greatly increases the battle space and defended area of the SM-3 missile. Initial indications are that all components performed as designed. Program officials will spend the next several months conducting an extensive assessment and evaluation of system performance based upon telemetry and other data obtained during the test. FTM-15 is the 21st successful intercept, in 25 attempts, for the Aegis BMD program since flight testing began in 2002. Across all BMDS elements, this is the 45th successful hit-to-kill intercept in 58 flight tests since 2001. Aegis BMD is the sea-based midcourse component of the MDA's Ballistic Missile Defense System and is designed to intercept and destroy short to intermediate-range ballistic missile threats. MDA and the U.S. Navy cooperatively manage the Aegis BMD Program. If you like this video take a look at some of the over 2600+ other videos with 14.5+ million views on this channel!. You can also find us on FaceBook at "military videos" and Twitter at "3rdID8487". ATTENTION!! We are moving! Because of YouTube's new policy against military related videos and on where advertisers are allowed to put their Ads, we must move our videos. Join us at our new home! WWW.USMILITARYVIDEOS.NET! You will find videos and photos not found here on YouTube!! Plus forums to discuss all things military related! You can even post your thoughts there! Plus Sports, Outdoors, Snipers Hide, Shooting, Hunting and Fishing pages! Questions or comments email [email protected]
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X Band Radar Market Outlook |  Global Trends, Forecast, and Opportunity Assessment 2014 2022
 
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Get More Details of X-band Radar Market @ http://www.bigmarketresearch.com/x-band-radar-outlook-global-trends-forecast-and-opportunity-assessment-2014-2022-market The Global X-band Radar Market is accounted for $3.86 billion in 2014, and is projected register a CAGR of 4.1% reach $5.33 billion by 2022. Radar is an acronym for RadiDetection and Ranging used determine the location, range or speed of an object. X-Band radar works between frequencies 8.0 t12.0 GHz and wavelengths 2.5 cm t4 cm facilitating it identify smaller particles and objects. Increasing security concerns, rapid development in the commercial and defense sectors globally are the key driving factors of the global X band radar market. X-band radars are used for detection of missiles, moving personnel and moving objects. The functioning of X band radar system within a specific low range frequency is the key feature fueling the growth of the global X band radar market. Stringent government regulations and political changes are the key constraints impacting the growth of the X band radar market. Due wide adoption of radar technology, the wavelengths and frequencies are creating radiations which are creating congestion in air resulting in inaccurate results of the radar. Many countries have deployed X-band radar systems, which have vast potential in the nautical platform for enabling enhanced tracking and recognition of ballistic missiles over a long-range. Some of the major players in this market are Furun Electric Company Limited, Japan Radi Company Limited, SAAB AB, Selex Es S.P.A, Kelvin Hughes Limited, Terma A/S, Reutech Radar Systems (Pty) Ltd, Thales-Raytheon Systems Company Llc, Israel Aerospace Industries Ltd and Northrop Grumman Corporation. Applications Covered: • Defense • Government • Commercial

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