Advanced Precision Kill Weapon System (APKWS)

During the exposition, we'll host a media briefing on SIBA™, an information sharing tool designed to help the U.S. Navy and other defense and intelligence customers control access to sensitive documents and records. The briefing will be held at our booth (#2137) on Monday, April 7, at 10:00 a.m. Additionally, the Navy will host a media briefing on the Electromagnetic Railgun Innovative Naval Prototype, which we're helping to develop. The briefing will be held at the Naval Sea Systems Command booth (#2323) on Monday, April 7, at 2:00 p.m.

Media representatives are invited to visit our booth or to learn about our cost-effective global solutions that enable maritime customers to be forward, mobile, and ready anywhere, any time. These capabilities include:

Precision Munitions and Advanced Weapons Systems
We develop innovative weapon systems technology and platform advancements to meet challenging mission requirements for U.S. and allied security needs. Products highlighted during the exposition will include the Advanced Precision Kill Weapon System (APKWS™) technology, Multi-Service Standard Guided Projectile (MS-SGP), Long Range Land Attack Projectile (LRLAP), Electromagnetic Railgun, AN/SQQ-32(V)4 mine hunting sonar system, Archerfish mine neutralization system, Mk 38 Mod 2, and other naval gun systems.

Ship Repair and Modernization
We support the operational readiness of the Navy’s fleet as a leading provider of non-nuclear ship repair, maintenance, and modernization services at the company’s seven full-service shipyards across the country. Products and services to be highlighted during Sea-Air-Space include Cruiser and Destroyer modernization programs, and dry dock services.

Geospatial Exploitation Products
Our Geospatial Exploitation Products (GXP®) provide Navy and other customers with industry-leading geospatial-intelligence software for data management, image exploitation, geospatial production, and intelligence reporting. Featured at the exposition will be GXP WebView®, a new lightweight, universal Web-based electronic light table that allows users to find and exploit mission-critical geospatial data using only a Web browser.

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