LEMV

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LEMVLong Endurance Multi-Intelligence Vehicle (US DoD)
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The Lemv was to be based on the FLAV304 hybrid airship developed by the UK-based Hybrid Air Vehicles (FLAV).
After the US Army cancelled the project just over a year ago, the LEMV, also known as the Airlander, was bought back by HAV for a thousandth of the total original cost --$300 million--of the project.
"The Long Endurance Multi-Intelligence Vehicle (LEMV), a hybrid air vehicle, is a technology demonstration project administered by the U.S.
AAI said on Monday that as a principal member of the Northrop Grumman-led LEMV team, it will provide a variant of its Universal Ground Control Station for the LEMV, a long-duration hybrid airship system.
In particular, a Long-Endurance Multi-Intelligent (LEMV) hybrid airship that could be used on surveillance missions in Afghanistan.
The attenuation in the case of piezocomposite with CFRP (5-layer Model) as the middle core is more when compared to CFRP (3 layer model) piezocomposite with LEMV (when N=0.66) as core material.
The more ambitious US Army-funded Lemv (Long Endurance Multi-intelligence Vehicle) was planned as an 18-month programme, from contract signature in June 2010 to deployment to Afghanistan in late 2011.
The Long Endurance Multi-Intelligence Vehicle (LEMV) program aggressively pursued tech data rights under their other transactions authority (OTA).
Talking of lighter-than-air craft, Northrop Grumman's Lemv long-endurance multiple-intelligence gathering airship took to the skies for the first time on 7 August from Joint Base McGuire-Dix-Lakehurst.
However, a US Army programme launched in mid-2010, to buy an initial three examples of the Northrop Grumman Lemv (Long-Endurance Multiintelligence Vehicle) unmanned airship, could make it difficult for the US Air Force to fund more than a small-scale update for Jstars.
Hybrid Air Vehicles is expected to compete with Lockheed Martin's Skunk Works for a US Army prototype contract for the LEMV (Long-Endurance Multi-payload Vehicle) that is planned to fill the imagery and sigint gap between aerostats and satellites.