Orbital ATK to Feature Defense Tech Platforms at AUSA Expo

Orbital ATK will showcase a range of defense technology platforms for land, air and sea applications at the annual Association the U.S. Army meeting and exposition, scheduled to take place in Washington from Oct. 9 to 11.

The company said Thursday it will display electronic and kinetic attack systems designed to counter drones and 120mm cartridge for Abrams main battle tanks as well as 30mm and 40mm ammunition for Bushmaster chain guns.

Orbital ATK will also feature counter mobility technologies built to protect friendly forces and non-combatants using a man-in-the-loop activation system.

The company’s Precision Guidance Kit and Hatchet precision glide weapon system that works to support precision strike engagement missions will also be on display at the AUSA event.

Attendees will also have an opportunity to witness the company’s tactical missile propulsion and warhead technologies as well as survivability systems designed to integrate with fixed- and rotary-winged aircraft platforms.

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