Air International 2014-02
J.Gourley - First Line of Defence /Military/
ALE-40 dispensers seen on a USAF A-10A.
ALE-47 dispensers on an AV-8B Harrier II at the base of the tail-fin. Up to 120 cartridges can be loaded in four modules.
An AAQ-24 on a Royal Danish Air Force AW101.
An airman replaces chaff and flares on an F-15C Eagle.
A 482nd Fighter Wing F-16C Fighting Falcon loaded with an ALQ-131 jamming pod.
The nar­row slot used on the F-117 Nighthawk to diffuse heat.
The HIRSS exhaust on the UH-60 Black Hawk
An airman cleans an ALQ-144 countermeasures set on an HH-60G Pave Hawk helicopter.
The ‘Black Hole’ exhaust design on a US Army AH-64 Apache.
ALR-69 antennas mounted in the belly of a C-130H to give 360° coverage.
The computer-processor of the AAR-47, seen inside a C-130.
The operator’s panel for the AAR-47 system inside a C-130.
The interface for the ALR-69 system, including display scope and push-buttons, aboard a C-130H.
ALE-47 operator’s control panel in a C-130.
ALE-47 operator’s control panel in a C-130.
APR-39 AS-3548A antenna located on the port forward nose section of an MH-47G.
Two 30-round M-130 CMDS (countermeasure dispensing system) on the port side of an MH-47G.
AVR-2A laser detecting set on an MH-47E.
AVR-2A laser detecting set on an MV-22B Osprey.
An AAQ-24 on a US Air Force CV-22B Osprey.
Three AAR-54 PMAWS sensors, below the ALQ-172 array, in the tail of an AC-130U.
The fairing on an AC-130U containing the AAQ-24 DIRCM turret, shown in the stowed position - to protect the optics from foreign object damage.
The shroud used on the AC-130U to minimise heat radiation from the engine.
AC-130H из 16-й эскадрильи спецопераций с авиабазы Харлбурт, шт. Флорида выполняет отстрел ИК-ловушек, 2007 год.
An AC-130H gunship jettisons flares as an infrared countermeasure during multi-aircraft formation egress training.
An F-15E Strike Eagle assigned to the 335th Fighter Squadron based at Seymour Johnson Air Force Base, North Carolina releases flares during a local training mission.
An AAQ-8 IRCM pod mounted on an MC-130E Combat Talon.