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AN/TPQ-53 Q-53 Counterfire target acquisition radar system
AN/TPQ-53 Q-53 counterfire target acquisition radar system technical data sheet specifications information description intelligence identification pictures photos images video information US U.S. Army United States American Lockheed Martin defence industry military technology
The AN/TPQ-53 is a counterfire target acquisition radar designed and manufactured by the U.S. Company Lockheed Martin. The U.S. Army changed the designation of the Enhanced AN / TPQ-36 (EQ-36) radar to the AN/TPQ-53 (Q-53) radar in September 2011. This is a new generation of counterfire sensor with the flexibility to adapt to uncooperative adversaries and changing missions.
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BFIST Bradley Fire Support Team M7A3 M7 FIST
BFIST M3 Bradley Fire Support Team M7A3 M7 FIST United States US American army military equipment 640 001
The BFIST (Bradley Fire Support Team) is the “Eyes" of the US armed forces artillery units. The United States Army acquired the Bradley fire support vehicle (BFIST) to replace the M981 fire support team vehicle (FISTY). This vehicle is based on the chassis of the Bradley M3A2 Operation Desert Storm (ODS).

The C-RAM (Counter Rocket, Artillery, and Mortar) also nicknamed Centurion Weapon System is a Land-Based Phalanx Weapon System with the capability of integration with other protection sensors and systems. The system is designed and manufactured by the American Company Raytheon. Phalanx is a rapid-fire, computer-controlled radar and 20 mm gun system that automatically acquires, tracks, and destroys enemy threats that have penetrated all other ship defense systems.

The M109A6 is a 155mm self-propelled howitzer (SPH) based on a tracked armored chassis developed by the ground system division of United Defense LP and now manufactured by BAE Systems Land and Armaments at the Paladin Production Operation center at Chambersburg, Pennsylvania. It is an improved version of the M109 family. It entered into service with the U.S. Army in 1991.

The M109A7 SPH Paladin 155mm Self-propelled howitzer is an upgraded version of the M109A6 Paladin. Like the earlier M109 models, the M109A7 Paladin is a fully tracked, self-propelled howitzer armored vehicle. The M109A7 Paladin configuration was achieved through modifications to earlier-built M109A2, A3 and A6 vehicle hulls and the introduction of an entirely new cab and cannon assembly.

The M777A2 is an improved version of the standard M777 lightweight 155mm towed howitzer (referred to as LW155 in the U.S. army) designed and manufactured by the Company BAE Systems. The M777A2 is a towed 155 mm Howitzer jointly developed by the U.S. Army and U.S. Marine Corps to replace the M198 155mm towed howitzer