ADCAPAdvanced Capability
ADCAPAdvanced Capability (MK 48 torpedo)
ADCAPAcquisition Deficiency Corrective Action Program
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The ADCAP is a set of scales that measure three major components of ADC programs: structure, process and client characteristics (Conrad and Hughes 1989).
Several ADCAP variables were judged to be indicators of accessibility.
Navy has exercised a $14 million contract option with Raytheon Company (NYSE: RTNA, RTNB) for 115 MK48 Mod 6 ADCAP torpedo kits to upgrade MK48 Mod 5 ADCAP heavyweight torpedoes.
The kits convert the MK 48 MOD 5 ADCAP into a MOD 6 configuration by modernizing the torpedo sonar, guidance and propulsion unit resulting in improved warfighting capability for the U.
5 million, five-year contract by the Naval Sea Systems Command to develop the Common Broadband Advanced Sonar System (CBASS), designed to enhance the effectiveness of the MK48 ADCAP torpedo.
It maximizes reuse of current MK48 ADCAP hardware and provides a performance capability to counter future sophisticated submarine threats.
In Naval systems, Hughes' programs include the MK48 ADCAP torpedo, the Phalanx Close-in Weapon System, UYQ-21 displays and
The Mk 48 ADCAP Common Torpedo-Development Vehicle Program
The Mk 48 ADCAP was developed in the early 1980's to counter
Designed to counter diesel submarine threats in shallow-water environments, the Lightweight Hybrid Torpedo integrates components from the Mk 46 lightweight torpedo and technologies developed for the Mk 48 ADCAP heavyweight torpedo and the MK 50 lightweight torpedo with commercial-off-the-shelf (COTS) components.
Navy's next-generation, shallow-water weapon that combines components from the existing MK 50 and Mk 46 lightweight torpedoes and the Mk 48 ADCAP heavyweight torpedo with commercial off- the-shelf technologies.
Slowly rolling out through Los Angeles and soon to be deployed in a million parking spaces nationwide, Nusign's patented AdCaps replace traditional concrete wheel stops with a slickly packaged advertisement.