Russia displays its Ansat light helicopter alongside the rhythmic gymnastics team of Tatarstan.
US Navy's MACH 10 Railgun Test
BAE Systems was awarded a $34.5 million contract from the Office of Naval Research (ONR) for the development of the Electromagnetic (EM) Railgun under Phase 2 of the Navy's Innovative Naval Prototype (INP) program. The focus of Phase 2 is to advance the Railgun technology by maturing the launcher and pulsed power from a single shot operation to a multi-shot capability, and incorporating auto-loading and thermal management systems. We're committed to developing this innovative and game changing technology that will revolutionize naval warfare, said Chris Hughes, vice president and general manager of Weapon Systems at BAE Systems. The Railgun's ability to defend against enemy threats from distances greater than ever before improves the capabilities of our armed forces.