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Not Available In the 21st century the United States will face military scenarios requiring weapons with unprecedented capabilities including nonlethal force projection and potentially countering releases of weapons of mass destruction (WMD). High Power Acoustic Beam (HPAB) technology (i.e., weapons bases upon the effects of high intensity sound waves) can enable such diverse military operations as nonlethal force projection for area clearing, facility denial, landing zone clearout and acoustically settling airborne WMD agents. Advancements in acoustic weapons technology hardware have underscored the need to begin to address the payload packaging and interfacing overall systems engineering design strategy for a viable acoustic munition or sub-munition. SARA proposes to develop a packaging concept for an air delivered acoustic beam weapon for Air Force use during this Phase I program. This design will through follow on programs provide the foundation for the eventual development and production of acoustic munitions.
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