MBDA presents the CVS401 Perseus a visionary naval and land attack weapons missile system 2006112

 

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Paris Air Show le Bourget 2011
International Aviation & Aerospace Exhibition
Paris - France

20 - 26 June 2011
 
CVS401 Perseus at Paris Air Show / Le Bourget 2011
 

Monday, June 20, 2011, 09:53 PM

 
MBDA presents the CVS401 Perseus, a visionary naval and land attack weapons missile system.
 
 
At Paris Air Show 2011, the Defence Company MBDA unveils a new visionary concept of naval and land attack weapon missile system, the CVS 401 Perseus, in the global project Concept Visions.
     

At Paris Air Show 2011, the Defence Company MBDA unveils a new visionary concept of naval and land attack missile system, the CVS 401 Perseus, in the global project Concept Visions.
CVS401 Perseus naval and land attack missile weapon system at Paris Air Show 2011

     

The Concept Visions project continues to open up new opportunities for sharing the vision of the future naval warfare capabilities with international military customer and exploring in an unconventional way the weapon systems architecture to match it.

The CVS401 Perseus is capable of multiple operating modes against a wide land and maritime target set whilst capable of defeating advanced enemy defence systems. it is designed as a tactical weapon system operated through and advanced Operations & Mission Planning system at the crossroads of naval, land and air warfare.

The advanced supersonic, agile and stealthy airframe is powered by a revolutionary ramjet motor built around a high compact Continuous Detonation Wave Engine making it an unrivalled penetrator of defence, and a perfect weapon against fast relocatable Targets when combined with the advanced dual mode sensor package.

The lethal package includes two guided effectors ejected from the payload module and a third warhead remaining on-board for a dispersed lethal effect on multi-elements targets such as large warship or a ground based missile system.

The new modular composite structure allows reductions to the overall mass and fosters opportunities for capability enhancement through life, simplifying maintenance operations through the whole life cycle and supporting and developing a family of products.

 

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