28 Jun '14, 10pm

Carbon fiber clouds hiding naval destroyers from anti-ship missiles

Carbon fiber clouds hiding naval destroyers from anti-ship missiles

The Naval Warfare Development Command tested the maritime obscurant generator prototypes June 21-25 to assess their tactical effectiveness for anti-ship missile defense. The shipboard device generates carbon-fiber particles suspended in a cloud of smoke. These particles absorb and diffuse radar waves emanating from the seekers of incoming missiles, thus potentially obscuring the target from the missile’s seeker.

Full article: http://defense-update.com/20140628_pandarra-fog.html

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