Concealing missiles, Saving Troops
01 / CONCEALMENT
02 / RADAR
03 / OPERATION
Our system uses concealment as a form of defence. We conceal our defence missiles inside of shipping containers that are found throughourt millitary bases. Opposing forces attmpting to neutralize our defences before an attack would be unable because the locations of the correct crates would be hidden across the base.
Radar is implemented into the missile itself to track and locate the targeted incoming enemy missile. Our program does not require human control, although, it can be used with human supervision if desired.
One patriot system alone requires more than 70 soldiers for operation. Our system would require merely one person to activate and no personel to after activation.
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In January, 2020, Iran fired multiple short range ballistic missiles (SRBMs) into two US bases in Iraq. In total, at least 12 SRBMs impacted the U.S. al-Asad and Erbil bases, which housed American troops and coalition troops from at least a dozen countries. The majority of our military bases have no ballistic missile interceptors, no patriot missiles. Our U.S. forces in Iraq had no way to stop the onslaught and thirty-four American soldiers were injured as a result.
We are developing a low cost, self-contained, effective, ballistic missile defense system. Unlike the PBM/THADD which requires hundreds of soldiers to operate and protect, this system would require only one soldier, ensuring it could be used at any base. This meant that unlike the PBM/THADD, we would not have tanks and air support protecting the system, instead, we decided to utilize stealth, camouflage, and redundancy to ensure the system remains operational.
Our missiles are smaller than the missiles used today leading to lower prices, easier concealment, less protection, and mass production. It is a necessity that all US military bases have protection from ballistic missiles. The systems employed by the US now are meant to take down the missiles and avoid any American casualties on the home front, however, because we aim to protect Military bases abroad, our missiles, although they are smaller, aim to divert the incoming missile rather than destroy it entirely.