The Navy League's Sea-Air-Space Exposition brings the U.S. defense industrial base, private-sector U.S. companies and key military decision makers together for an annual innovative, educational, professional and maritime based event.
Sea Air Space Exposition Highlights
At Sea-Air-Space we get an exclusive interview with DSG Technology, who are introducing a potential game-changer with bullets that are effective underwater.
At Sea-Air-Space we check out an unmanned vehicle concept for flying over the water, splashing down on-site, and moving underwater as a glider.
At Sea-Air-Space, we got a look at new supercavitating ammunition from DSG Technology that does well in underwater conditions – in this sneak preview, we see how well the ammunition does when it comes to regular firing through the air.
At Sea-Air-Space, we get a look at a concept for a low-cost, GPS-guided, micro disposable air vehicle that can be "seed" an area with miniature electronic payloads.
At Sea-Air-Space, Marine Corps Warfighting Laboratory displays its blood delivery drone, which can deliver much-needed supplies to service members in the field.
The rapid-fire, computer-controlled radar and 20mm gun system is getting some fresh upgrades, including an e-gun that allows fire at varying rates and saves on ammunition.
We get a look at the latest, most advanced aircraft carrier from the Gerald F. Ford class, the John F. Kennedy (CVN 79), which is set for its initial sail this week.
This autonomous water craft uses the power of waves for propulsion, and can be used for maritime surveillance and anti-sub warfare.
The Navy's Disruptive Technologies Laboratory has produced a printed SEAL delivery vehicle at a fraction of the cost of a standard sub.
What does the future hold in store for the Navy, Marine Corps and Coast Guard? Opening remarks at the Sea-Air-Space conference offer some clues.