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Commanche

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Transcript of Commanche

Above All
Air Force
Scope
AH-64D Apache Longbow
Capabilities of AH-64D
Drawbacks
RAH-66 Comanche
Capabilities of RAH-66
Conclusion
AH-64D AKA Apache Longbow
Designed 1984 by Hughes & Mcdonnell Douglas
Purchase in 1999
Close air support for ground troops
Anti-tank
Reconnaissance
FirePower
Drawbacks of AH-64
Unstealthy to modern radar
Learning Day
19th February 2014
12th AFE
AE Rotary Wing

Future Air Combat
Thank you for your attention!
Presenters:
ME1T Bryan Tan
ME1T Lennon Chua
F22
F35
Advanced Weapons
Avionics

Stealth
Advanced Weapons
Avionics
Stealth
Could it be done?
5th Generation Fighters
Boeing Sikorsky RAH-66 Comanche
THERE HE IS!
Radar
Heat signature
chop! chop!chop!
chop! chop!chop!
chop! chop!chop!
chop! chop!chop!
chop! chop!chop!
chop! chop!chop!
AH-64D Apache
RAH-66 Comanche
Serious Risk
Quiet
Small RCS
Heat dissipation
Reducing Signatures
Sound
Sound Signature
Heat Signature
Radar Cross Section
Heat
Radar Cross Section
chop!
chop!
chop!
chop!
chop!
chop!
chop!
chop!
wake from main rotor
wake from tail rotor
Shrouded Tail Rotor
1
2
3
4
5
Reduce "chop" sound
Low Humming Sound
Radar Absorbing Material
Reference:
Discovery Channel
Flightsimbooks
Radar Deflecting Design
Retractable Weapons Bay / Undercarriage
Weapons
Landing Gear
This baffle type material forces the wave to reflect off of the absorbing surfaces a number of times.each time more of the wave is absorbed. The radar energy is converted to heat and dissipated in to the air.
This resonant type material is coated on
both sides with a metal reflector. This forces the radar wave to bounce back and forth within the absorbing material until it is too weak to escape. The radar energy is converted to heat.
Metal reflectors
Fire Power
Laser Guided Missiles
Heat Seeking Missiles
Hellfire Missiles
Conclusion
AH-64D Apache
RAH-66 Comanche
Stealth
Scout
Air Coordinator
Future Helicopter
Agility
Roles
Air support
Reconnaissance
Anti tank
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