Navy Advanced Gun System Scenario: Asymmetric Warfare





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Published on Oct 31, 2006

Advanced Gun System (AGS) Employment in Asymmetric Warfare Simulation Scenario

The threat of asymmetric warfare is widespread, is well supported, and is challenging our nations ability to effectively react on the 21st century battlefield. As our military forces and resources respond, the ability to deliver precision and volume fires will be an essential element in supporting world wide operations against emerging threats to our security.

The navy's future surface combatant, the DDX, with its two Advanced Gun Systems (AGS) will be the premier naval fire support system for the littoral battlefield.

This video is not just an animation; it's a demonstration of the Real Time engineering level model of the AGS design and capabilities from turret to target.

The Advanced Gun System (AGS), a transformational weapon system designed to meet and defeat both conventional and asymmetric threats to our nation's security.

DD(X) was also known as DD-21, and is now the DDG-1000 Zumwalt Class Destroyer.

Publicly released video, October 2002


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