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I'm sure they have far better tech than this thing already.
 

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Username: Th3pwn3r

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DOH, here

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KBMU6l6GsdM

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Username: Th3pwn3r

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Ugh, a double fail ftl.
 

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Username: Shortysetnies

Andrew Capps, NC US

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Username: Th3pwn3r

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There we go!
 

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Multiple Kill Vehicle

Overview: The Multiple Kill Vehicle (MKV) system allows more than one kill vehicle to be launched from a single booster. The system consists of a carrier vehicle with on board sensors and a number of small, simple kill vehicles that can be independently targeted against objects in a threat cluster. The integrated payload is designed to fit on existing and planned interceptor boosters.

multiple kill vehicle Description: The MKV system includes a carrier vehicle with on-board sensors and kill vehicles weighing approximately 10 pounds.

Benefits to the BMD System:

BulletIncreases firepower, allowing multiple kill vehicles on a single target and reducing dependence on a priori target information

BulletIncreases mission flexibility

BulletWorks within existing/planned Ballistic Missile Defense (BMD) System

Relevance: The MKV is consistent with MDA's layered approach to BMD because it provides as many opportunities as possible to destroy an incoming missile. The system will enhance MDA's Ground-based Midcourse Defense element.

Status: In early 2004, MDA awarded a system development contract to Lockheed Martin. A critical design review is scheduled for late 2004, hover tests in 2005/2006, flight tests begin in 2007, and intercepts versus multiple targets occur in the system flight testing in 2009.

http://www.mda.mil/mdaLink/html/asptmkv.html
 

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Chit looks like something that should be in HalfLife.
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