Thales introduced the LLM NG launcher at DSEI 2015 42209154

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Thales introduced the LLM NG launcher at DSEI 2015
Thales showcased its new Lightweight Multiple Launcher – New Generation at DSEi 2015 in London. A launcher that can be used on a tripod or vehicle with two ready to fire STARStreak or Lightweigh Multirole Missiles.
     
Thales introduced the LLM NG launcher at DSEI 2015
The Lightweight Multiple Launcher New Generation at DSEi 2015 (Source: Thales)
     

The Lightweight Multiple Launcher New Generation (LML NG) system can be used on a tripod or vehicle mount, and supports swift deployment of STARStreak and/or the Lightweight Multirole Missile (LMM) systems. The system provides two ready to fire missiles, allowing it to handle saturation air attacks or provide a complimentary surface to surface capability. The man-portable system is designed to suit a wide range of missions from lightweight rapid reaction roles to air droppable operations. 

When using the STARStreak missile - with it’s extremely fast time of flight - a variety of threats can be defeated from head on or fast crossing aerial targets, to targets such as Unmanned Aerial Vehicles (UAVs) and helicopters. When used with the LMM, a capability is provided to enable the defeat of surface targets such as Light Armoured Vehicles (LAVs), trucks and fixed installations and aerial targets such as UAVs. Both systems utilise Thales unique laser beam riding guidance system. 

Phillip McBride, General Manager of Thales Advanced Weapon Systems activities in the UK said: “This new launcher gives the operator a unique lightweight and highly deployable capability to react quickly against a wide variety of threats. LML NG perfectly complements the other state of the art lightweight missile launchers in the Thales portfolio."

The LML NG provides a 24 hour surveillance asset consisting of TV and Thermal Imaging cameras. System architecture supports linkages to a Command and Control network, to radar or passive sensors for early target detection and auto target tracking. Display of the command and control information can be provided to both the Commander and the Operator.

 

 

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