ATAK 3.6 Promo

ATAK 3.6 Promo

Awesome Team Awareness Kit (ATAK) 3.6 Promo video. ATAK 3.6 was released in September 2017. ATAK Version 3.6 adds real-time 3D visualization using either SRTM or DTED, numerous small improvements and bug fixes and several under-the-hood improvements. Developed at Government expense and available for license here: ATAK is available for license from the Government at https://atak.techlinkcenter.org/ This video has been approved for Public Release by the United States Air Force. 88 ABW Public Approval Case Number 88ABW-2017-3903

ATAK: Android Team Awareness Kit

ATAK: Android Team Awareness Kit

The Android Team Awareness Kit (ATAK) is a gps communications tool that runs on a mobile device. It improves situational awareness by allowing users to know where their mission partners are located, regardless of affiliation. It also improves communications through a variety of applications. Thanks to the efforts of the S&T Apex Border Situational Awareness (BSA) team, ATAK was used during Hurricane operations in Houston and Puerto Rico. Learn more: https://go.usa.gov/xnBqX For more information or to request a copy, visit https://atakmap.com/.

ATAK (Android Tactical Assault Kit) Operators Training

ATAK (Android Tactical Assault Kit) Operators Training

West Coast training for Law Enforcement tactical and surveillance elements on the use of ATAK for planning and executing complex multi-jurisdictional operations. If your agency has not utilized ATAK as of yet and would like to learn more on how to use the game changing smartphone tool that Tier 1 US Special Operations Forces use please contact us at info@ctwatch.us. The Android Tactical Assault Kit (ATAK) is an Android smartphone geo-spatial infrastructure app built using NASA World Wind. The app's human interface intent is to provide warfighters "up-to-the second understanding of what’s going on around them. Initially created in 2010 and based on the NASA WorldWind Mobile codebase its development and deployment has grown slowly. It is also known as the "Android Team Awareness Kit" and incorrectly reported as the "Android Terminal Assault Kit." While ATAK has been fielded, it also remains an active research program at AFRL. Civilian & Military capabilities (available in the public/licensed version) include: Online and offline mapping (most standard formats), with a fast rendering engine Web Browser, JavaScript, API Collaborative mapping, including points, drawings, locations of interest, kml, maps Location marking, sharing, history, Chat, file sharing, photo sharing, video sharing, streaming Navigation (walking/hiking, driving, also useful for some flying) Altitude profiling between locations, routes w/ DTED, SRTM Cell phone, WiFi, civilian radio controls, interface Skydiving tool (w/winds for better prediction) Hunting, Fishing, Ornithology, Wildlife Site Survey

ATAK - Víra pravá (Official video)

ATAK - Víra pravá (Official video)

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ATAK - PESOS

ATAK - PESOS

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DEADLY FAST Turkish Military T129 ATAK Attack Helicopter

DEADLY FAST Turkish Military T129 ATAK Attack Helicopter

Great helicopter for the Turkish Military. The TAI/AgustaWestland T129 is an attack helicopter based on the Agusta A129 Mangusta. The T129 was developed by Turkish Aerospace Industries (TAI), with AgustaWestland as the primary partner. The helicopter is designed for hot and high environments. The ATAK programme was begun to meet the Turkish Armed Forces' requirements for an attack and tactical reconnaissance helicopter. The T129 is the result of the integration of Turkish developed high-tech avionics and weapon systems onto the combat proven AgustaWestland A129 airframe, with upgraded engines, transmission and rotor blades. It is in use by the Turkish Army, and is being offered to other air forces. Design and development[edit] The ATAK programme was begun to meet the Turkish Armed Forces' requirements for an attack and tactical reconnaissance helicopter.[3] Turkey announced on 30 March 2007 that it had decided to negotiate with AgustaWestland to co-develop and produce 51 (with 40 options) attack helicopters based on the Agusta A129 Mangusta.[4][5] Based on the AW129, the helicopter is to be assembled in Turkey by Turkish Aerospace Industries (TAI) as the T-129. A contract was signed on 7 September 2007 worth $1.2 billion.[6][7] Turkey's attack helicopter project is named "ATAK".[8] On 22 June 2008, the agreement between TUSAS Aerospace Industries (TAI) and AgustaWestland formally entered into force. Under the agreement, TAI will develop an indigenous mission computer, avionics, weapons systems, self-protection suites and the helmet-mounting cuing systems. Tusaş Engine Industries (TEI) will manufacture the LHTEC CTS800-4N engines under licence. Under the agreement, Turkey has full marketing and intellectual property rights for the T-129 platform; Turkey can export or transfer of the platform to third countries, excluding Italy and the United Kingdom.[9] The T129 was optimized for hot and high conditions.[10] It has several key improvements over the original A129 inline with the requirements of the Turkish Army.[11] The T129 will carry 12 Roketsan-developed UMTAS anti-tank missiles (Turkish indigenous development similar to Hellfire II).[12] It will use the more powerful LHTEC T800 (CTS800-4) engine.[13] The T129 features a 20 mm gatling-style cannon in a nose turret. It can carry a combination of 70 mm rocket pods, Stinger air-air missile pods, and gun pods on its stub wing pylons.[14] On 16 July 2007, the Scientific and Technological Research Council of Turkey (TUBITAK), Meteksan Savunma Sanayii AŞ and Bilkent University formed a consortium for the development of an advanced millimetre wave radar (MILDAR), similar to the Longbow and the IAI/ELTA radars. It is planned that the radar will enter service in mid-2009.[15][16] The MILDAR project was successfully completed in February 2012.[17] A media report indicates that one helicopter will be kept by the Turkish Ministry of Defense and used as a test-bed for systems development. The remaining 50 helicopters will be delivered to the Turkish Army. An optional 40 more T129 helicopters will be produced if necessary.[18] These 50 T129s are to be designated T129B.[19] On 28 September 2009, the T129's maiden flight took placed when P1 prototype flew at AgustaWestland's facilities in Vergiate, Italy.[20] In November 2010, Turkey ordered an additional nine T129 helicopters to increase its total ordered to 60.[21][22] These T129s are to meet an urgent operational requirement for the Turkish Army and will be built by TAI for delivery in 2012, one year before the start of delivery the previously ordered 51 helicopters.[6][23] These T129s are designated T129A, as they lack advanced anti-tank missiles. As a result of project delays, the T129As were to enter service in 2013.[19] Operational history[edit] Flight testing[edit] On the 19 March 2010, the first T129 prototype (P1) conducted high altitude hover tests near Verbania, Italy after having completed several successful test flights. During the hover test T129 P1 lost its tail rotor at 15,000 feet. Test pilot Cassioli regained enough control to steer away from residential area before crashing. The helicopter's crew escaped without serious injuries.[24][25] On 17 August 2011, Turkish Aerospace Industries announced the first successful flight of the T129 prototype "P6", that was produced at its facilities in Ankara, Turkey. The tested prototype was the first of three prototypes to be assembled in Turkey.[26] In 2013, several media resources claimed that the first batch of helicopters delivered to Turkish Army for trials did not meet Turkish Army requirements in "vibration, balance, weight", and did not fit the requirements of the contract. The T129 ATAK helicopter's front is heavier than its rear, so its nose facing down. To resolve this, 137 kg was added to the tail, which caused helicopter to exceed its weight requirement.

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Watch Amazing Tracer Fire by Turkish T129 ATAK & AH-1 Cobra Helicopters

Watch Amazing Tracer Fire by Turkish T129 ATAK & AH-1 Cobra Helicopters

Watch Amazing Tracer Fire by Turkish T129 ATAK & AH-1 Cobra Helicopters (Video/Thumbnail Picture just For Ilustration) The T129 multirole attack helicopter is being developed jointly by AgustaWestland and Turkish Aerospace Industries (TAI) for the Turkish Land Forces Command (TLF) under the attack and tactical reconnaissance helicopter (ATAK) programme. The helicopter is based on the AW129 and its predecessor the A129 Mangusta. In March 2007, the Turkish Armed Forces placed a $3bn contract with AgustaWestland for 51, plus 41 optional, A129 Mangusta helicopters to be assembled as the T-129 by TAI, the prime contractor for the ATAK programme. "The helicopter is based on the AW129 and its predecessor the A129 Mangusta." Aselsan supplies avionics and mission equipment, while AgustaWestland acts as a subcontractor to TAI. The helicopters will be delivered to Turkey in two different configurations: TUC-1 and TUC-2. T129 attack helciopter development The development of the T129 commenced in July 2008. The system requirements review (SRR) and preliminary design review (PDR) were completed in 2009, and the maiden flight of the T-129 P1 prototype took place on 28 September 2009. On 19 March 2010, the prototype crashed during high-altitude hover tests near Verbania in northern Italy due to loss of power in its tail rotor. The first flight of the first Turkish prototype helicopter was completed at TAI’s facilities in Ankara on 17 August 2011. In November 2010, Turkey placed a €150m contract with AgustaWestland for nine T129 attack helicopters, bringing the total number of orders to 60. Azerbaijan, Jordan, Malaysia, Pakistan, Saudi Arabia, South Korea and the United Arab Emirates have all expressed interest in the T-129 helicopter. T129 design features The T129 features an aluminium alloy frame fitted to a five-bladed main rotor, a two-bladed tail rotor and wheeled landing gear. Designed to operate in hot conditions, the T129 can be deployed in a wide range of operations including attack, reconnaissance and deterrent missions. Stealth features and significant weapon systems allow the T129 to operate in complex battlefield environments and confined areas, and ballistic tolerance has been increased for high survivability. Capable of operating in day and night conditions, the helicopter is equipped with a laser rangefinder / designator, night vision (helmet-mounted display system) and an emergency locator transmitter (ELT). Cockpit of the Turkish military helicopter The digital cockpit of the T129 incorporates two colour multifunctional displays (MFD), keyboard display unit, Avionic Central Control Computer-ACCC (Dual) and a four-axis automatic flight control system (AFCS). It will accommodate two crew members. The cockpit will also integrate an aircraft and mission management system (AMMS), weapon control units (WCU), flight data recorder (FDR), integrated INS/GPS (Dual)/Doppler navigation and an air vehicle monitoring system. Armaments and weaponry on the T129 attack helicopter The helicopter will have four hardpoints to carry a weaponry payload of 1,200kg. Its stub wing pylons can accommodate anti-tank guided missiles (ATGM), air-to-air missiles (ATAM), 70mm (2.75in) rockets and 70mm (2.75in) guided rockets. A 20mm turreted three-barrel gun system will be fitted on a nose turret. Optional armament includes 12.7mm gun pods. Countermeasure technology The defensive aids suite fitted on the T129 will include active and passive countermeasures systems such as the countermeasure dispensing system (CMDS), a missile warning system, laser warning system, radio frequency jammer, radar warning receiver and infrared countermeasures. T129 engines The T129 is powered by two LHTEC T800-4A turboshaft engines. Each engine can develop a power output of 1,014kW. "The T129 multirole attack helicopter is being developed jointly by AgustaWestland and Turkish Aerospace Industries." The T800-4A is an export variant of the CTS800 engine. It has a length of 0.85m, a diameter of 0.56m and weighs about 154kg. The engines are equipped with the FADEC (full authority digital engine control) system. FADEC reduces the workload of the pilot by controlling all aspects of the aircraft’s engine performance. The T129 has a maximum cruise speed of 269km/h. The normal and ferry ranges of the helicopter are 561km and 1,000km respectively, and it can climb at a rate of 14m/s. The service ceiling is 6,096m, maximum endurance is three hours and the maximum take-off weight of the aircraft is 5,000kg. Visit me here : https://twitter.com/MiliterDunia

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