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Overview

Be introduced to the overarching “big picture” environment of basic sensor and  weapons theory. Learn about the various types of radar systems, electro-optical systems, sonar systems, guidance and tracking systems, command and control architectures,  weapon propulsion, fusing and warheads. Mathematic expressions are kept simple such that a quick understanding of the relationships and trade-offs of different performance factors can be appreciated and determined. Considerations on how the differing elements of the Detect-to-Engage sequence could be analysed, judgments made and metrics used are also explored. All elements presented are unclassified.


Course Outline

  • What Makes a Combat System?
  • Radar
  • EO/IR
  • Sonar
  • Track
  • Command and Control
  • Engagement
  • Countermeasures
  • Effects
  • Kill-chain Analysis and Trade-offs
  • Measures of Effectiveness
  • Evaluation of Combat Systems
  • Latest Combat Systems

Course Details

Duration: 4 days

Who should attend: Structured for decision makers, analysts and engineers who aim to broaden their understanding of individual elements of the detection to engagement kill-chain for Naval Weapon Systems

Prerequisite: No prerequisities are mandated for this course

Accreditation: National accreditation is currently not available for this course

Trainer: Mr Craig Payne, retired naval officer and experienced lecturer in principles of naval weapons, basic naval weapon systems and  electronic warfare. BSc/MSc and researcher at Johns Hopkins  University Applied Physics Laboratory and published technical author

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How to register for this course

Simply fill out one of the below Course Registration Forms and return via email to training@babcock.com.au


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Babcock Training Academy

Level 9
70 Franklin Street
Adelaide  SA  5000

tel.  +61 8 8440 1498