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LBALeeds Bradford Airport (UK)
LBALogical Block Addressing (PC BIOS Mode)
LBALow Back Ache
LBALong Beach Airport (California)
LBALarge-Scale Biosphere-Atmosphere experiment in Amazonia
LBALocation-Based Advertising
LBALow Band Antenna
LBALinux Business Alliance
LBALocal Business Ads
LBALoopback Activate
LBALinear Block Allocation
LBALarge Block Addressing
LBALogical Block Addressing
LBALuftfahrt-Bundesamt (German Civil Aviation Authority)
LBALittle Big Adventure (game)
LBALevend Bloed Analyse (Dutch: Live Blood Analysis)
LBALondon Business Angels (investing; UK)
LBALatin Builders Association
LBALetter before Action (debt collection; UK)
LBALocal Bank Account
LBALigand Binding Assay
LBALinear-Bounded Automaton
LBALocation-Based Applications (workshop)
LBALaurelbrook Academy (Dayton, TN)
LBALocal Business Ad
LBALease by Application (type of sale)
LBALeeds/Bradford, England, United Kingdom (Airport Code)
LBALens Buying Addiction
LBALand Based Activity (UN)
LBALongbow Apache
LBALa Banque Audiovisuelle (French: Audiovisual Bank)
LBALogical Block Access
LBALarry Blumberg Associates (Dothan, AL)
LBALens Buyers Anonymous
LBALondon Boroughs Association
LBALoad Balancing Advisor
LBALower Body Adiposity
LBALarge Block Allocation (Radio)
LBALieutenant's Benevolent Association
LBALambda Biotechnology Association
LBALatin Business Association Inc.
LBALoudoun Beekeepers Association (Purcellville, VA)
LBALimited by Airframe (flight test envelope)
LBALower Band Array
LBALee-Brickell Cryptographic Attack
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Longbow Apache -- Program costs increased $1,629.6 million (+17.3 percent) from $9,405.2 million to $11,034.8 million, due primarily to a quantity increase of 29 war replacement aircraft (+ $850.0 million) and 24 Extended Block II aircraft (+ $309.5 million).
Sgt Gary Bull, of 7 Air Assault Battalion, works on a Longbow Apache helicopter in strife-torn Afghanistan.
The Department of Defense has submitted initial SARs for the Longbow Apache Block III (AB3) and Light Utility Helicopter (LUH) programs.
The HSKT will provide a company of Longbow Apaches with decision aids and manned-unmanned teaming, as well as connectivity to the F/A-18'S precision targeting and weapon delivery capabilities.
Interestingly, the main victim of this could very well be the Boeing AH-64D Longbow Apache, which costs twice as much as the Zulu Cobra.
According to one source, the ORD for the AH-64D Longbow Apache, for instance, calls for a suite of aircraft-survivability equipment (ASE), but it does not specify what this ASE should be, thus leaving the decision up to the program manager for the platform whether or not to go ahead wi th the SIIRCM.
The AH-64D Longbow Apache attack helicopter currently costs about $3,400 an hour to fly and a full load of 16 Hellfire missiles is priced at about $2 million.
Besides fire-control radar for the F-l6 and F-22 fighters and the Longbow Apache helicopter, the company's Electronic Sensors and Systems Sector also has produced 460 air traffic control systems for 12 different countries.
By fitting the EA-18 with the SHARP, said Summers, "we can couple the signals we receive on the receiver to that which we are viewing thru the reconnaissance pod, combine them into a common image, and show, for instance, if you're doing reconnaissance on a convoy, vehicles in the convoy are emitting, in a very similar way as the Longbow Apache does it for the Hellfire missile." In addition, the EA-l8 would be compatible with the tactical strike packages it is designed to protect.
The reconfigurable simulator would be able to replicate the cockpits of the AH-64A Apache, AH-64D Longbow Apache, OH-58D Kiowa Warrior, UH-60A/L Blackhawk and CH-47D Chinook.
The source suggested that the Army had already decided upon the SIREC receiver (then undesignated), as the SIRFC is already slated for installation on several types of the Army's rotary-wing aircraft, including the AH-64D Longbow Apache and Special Operations MH-47E and MH-60K helicopters (see "First SIRFC EMD Systems Delivered, New Round of Tests, Scheduled," JED, February 1999, p.
Besides fire control radar for the F-16 and F-22 fighters and the Longbow Apache helicopter, the company's Electronic Sensors and Systems Sector, also has produced 460 air traffic control systems for 12 different countries.