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140127-M-AI118-032.JPG Photo By: Gunnery Sgt. Christine Polvorosa

Jan 28, 2014
PHILIPPINE COAST GUARD HEADQUARTERS, Manila, Philippines - Chad Teegardin (right), contractor for Special Surveillance Programs at Naval Air Systems, explains the capabilities of the Maritime Persistent Surveillance Tower system to senior Philippine and U.S. officials during the initial maritime domain awareness demonstration at the Philippine Coast Guard Headquarters in Manila, Philippines, Jan. 27. The MPST is a land-based, mobile, multi-sensor payload platform that supports persistent 360-degree surveillance operations. The MPST detects and monitors surface contacts operating in the littorals, with various advanced sensors. The system is tailorable to meet specific requirements and mission parameters.


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