DARPA MAD-FIRES Anti-Ship Missile Self Defense for LCS & FFG(X)

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DARPA MAD-FIRES Anti-Ship Missile Self Defense for LCS & FFG(X)by Roxy-Publishingon.DARPA MAD-FIRES Anti-Ship Missile Self Defense for LCS & FFG(X)Raytheon unveiled a video illustrating what MAD-FIRES is and how it works. MAD-FIRES is the round the company is currently developing with DARPA for the U.S. Navy surface combatants fitted with 57mm main guns. The Multi-Azimuth Defense Fast Intercept Round Engagement System, or MAD-FIRES, is a missile but it comes out of a 57 mm […]

Raytheon unveiled a video illustrating what MAD-FIRES is and how it works. MAD-FIRES is the round the company is currently developing with DARPA for the U.S. Navy surface combatants fitted with 57mm main guns.

The Multi-Azimuth Defense Fast Intercept Round Engagement System, or MAD-FIRES, is a missile but it comes out of a 57 mm caliber gun according to Raytheon (who is working on the project with DARPA). It is designed to combine the guidance, precision and accuracy generally afforded by missiles with the speed, rapid-fire capability and large ammunition capacity afforded by bullets.

This video interview was originally recorded during Sea Air Space 2019 in May 2019.

Read More: https://www.navalnews.com/naval-news/2019/07/video-darpa-mad-fires-anti-ship-missile-self-defense-for-lcs-ffgx/
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Self Defence or Martial Arts Training: Which is best to learn to defend yourself? Simple question, but there is a big difference between training a martial art and learning to defend yourself. This week we discuss the differences and what you should look for if you wish to learn to defend yourself.

Most martial arts fail in street fights or self defence because people train for the wrong fight. This week we look at what self defence means and why martial arts may not always help you focus in the right way.

As always please feel free to leave your comments and advice for others to follow. Remember the TOPIC of discussion is how to defend yourself in a fight.

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  1. Wayne SissingJuly 25, 2019 at 12:19 am

    The 57mm is only suitable for Patrol Boats or as secondary weapon on the stern. Pathetic if though of as a main armament.

  2. W M DJuly 25, 2019 at 1:09 am

    If your LCS or FFG is engaged in an air and sea battle subjected to saturation missile attacks without cruiser or destroyer support, then you're gonna need more than 57mm, and someone screwed up on the intel.

  3. Luke ShaverJuly 25, 2019 at 1:17 am

    I wonder if the USCG will also join this program like they did for the ALaMO rounds.

  4. HMSDaring1July 25, 2019 at 2:02 am

    Isn't that the Spanish frigate design?

  5. CammieGeeJuly 25, 2019 at 2:49 am

    Great concept

  6. 1.61803398875July 25, 2019 at 3:33 am

    Yes thats is so true being able to fight is not enough. When I see strange people on the road I corss to the other side. Always keep an eye when some one behind, that is how I avoid surprizes.

  7. Salubong KilayJuly 25, 2019 at 3:51 am

    to the bald guy in the video. fight xu xiaodong for me to believe you!

  8. Dan DePuyJuly 25, 2019 at 4:30 am

    The second most important lesson for self defense after awareness is how to take a punch.
    I train at an MMA gym and EVERY person who walks through the door dies the same thing when they start sparring and get punched even very lightly in the face.
    They look away, close their eyes and start windmilling.

  9. Angelheart 76July 25, 2019 at 4:48 am

    Great vid !

  10. Monk KenyonJuly 25, 2019 at 5:01 am

    The guy next to him was shaking his head yeah, when he is being told a guy might molest him. Weirdo.

  11. Ez-8July 25, 2019 at 5:37 am

    Rule 1
    Nobody can be alert 100% of the time.
    Best bet is to train pretty much all the time on being surprised attacked.
    But odds are you going down.

  12. Mike CataniJuly 25, 2019 at 5:38 am

    I’m gonna love watching your videos 👍🏼👍🏼

  13. Luke HobbsJuly 25, 2019 at 5:49 am

    I completely agree. I work in Protective Security (some armed some not), and very, very few of the Bodyguards, Bouncers and Escorts do MMA or Sport BJJ (which seems to be the only BJJ available outside of Brazil). In fact, in our profession it's highly advised NOT to do those things because it creates the wrong mindset for the job. They don't want people getting into 1-on-1 fights and beating clients heads in, or end up grappling on the floor (have you seen a nightclub floor? No thanks). As a Professional there is a level of expectation when on the job. In fact some of the best guys haven't even trained in Martial Art or Combat Sports, and over the last 20-30 years have had every manner of weapon pulled on them… Knives, glasses, ashtrays, chairs, whatever. Knives hidden in car keys.

    The key is to train hard, train well. Do lots of stress resilience work, live blade training, Defensive Tactics. Learn to work solo, in a team, with an asset. But always as a paid Professional representing the company that hired you, not as a goon trying to prove something to someone.

  14. Paul HunterJuly 25, 2019 at 6:41 am

    Despite making up only 13%….

  15. Pauliez dunneJuly 25, 2019 at 6:50 am

    First off ,self defence , what do you mean , 3 week intensive course…lol, won't work, would you fly with a pilot that had 3 weeks intensive training or a pilot who has 100000 hours, no brainer, secondly if your training a proper ma and you have many years training , that makes you a very dangerous person to mess with..you cannot train fast twitch explosive muscles to react with speed and power in just even a year or two, it takes years, I know I'm training almost 20 year now, so self defence cannot compare to a martial artist with years behind them , I know this for a fact,also a proper ma includes situational awareness or zanchin, to very high level so you are never being surprised this is instilled massively before moving on, distance , timing, speed , power, contraction and expansion of ones body , all of these are trained, it goes far beyond the retarded mindset of ANY individual scum bag intent on harming you, self defence doesn't compare to a proper MA, ( I do not mean mma here I mean proper MA, karate in particular, proper karate….

  16. Oleg PetelevitchJuly 25, 2019 at 7:33 am

    Flicky comes out !

  17. Simon PittJuly 25, 2019 at 8:17 am

    Russian Systema is good.

  18. HesteBremseJuly 25, 2019 at 8:54 am

    It's a fine video with a lot of truth to it, but many Martial Arts systems also have Self Defense parts build in.
    Secondary the freezing issue is related to Body learning reactions – which is the main thing that "everybody" learns whether it be Martial Arts or Martial Sports – the reaction patterns might not be suited to that particular "attack" never the less the body should have learned reactions either as defences and/or counter attacks/reactions regardless – making a Martial Artist/sportist having better chances to come out at least slightly better than a person having none such skills learned. For Martial Sports, at least one main advantage would be having a very good condition and e.g for MMA or other body fight contact styles, being used to take a fair amount of body punishment.

    I would also claim that a least a broad part of Martial Arts training will enhance your general awareness. That is due to work being performed training the body into reactions and controls, removing certain patterns that otherwise would be regarded as a freeze or simply the worst reaction of all possible reactions.

    When practitioners have studied a Martial Art or Sport for longer times getting to higher levels, usually their body reading becomes a much more natural part of their sensory system – meaning that in real life they will read an upcoming bad situation much earlier that people not knowing how to read the danger signs of other peoples body languages. And if you are a top athlete doing lots of training for the ring or similar, chances are that you will not be picked as the first choice Victim – your body language will simply say that without any words needed. Even just being a mediocre student of a martial arts might send signals that you are not likely an easy victim, regardless if you really are or not. That is what Martial Arts training do for a lot of people not even interested in winning fights. Even the most basic (Not least, and no offence meant here) of Martial Sports like boxing often turn out to be highly effective countermeasures to street thug attacks.

    And yes of course if your train pure self-defence orientated system, it should give you higher chances of coming out of the mess that a surprise attack is, but so should many Martial Arts and sports contrary to not training any at all. If you have learned to kick, you can now kick, if you have learned to wrestle you can now wrestle etc. etc

    If one considers how many people are training Martial Arts and Martial Sports worldwide and then consider how many of them that end up in nasty RL attack situations over a lifetime – my guess is that percentage is extremely low. And let's just be clear Martial Arts might look great but that is because the practitioner is fighting him or herself to become better at the art – But nothing will ever look like that in real life and it also does not matter unless you are of the impression that it will be like that in RL – Certainly a lot of Martial Practitioners does not live in that delusion but a few do.

  19. LaserGuidedLoogieJuly 25, 2019 at 9:33 am

    The primary benefit of martial arts training for street fights is that it helps to instill an automatic response. That "freeze" you mentioned is very common, and if people survive the initial attack, they start trying to think their way through the problem, which they don't have time for. Martial arts training gives you time to survive.

  20. michael reynoldsJuly 25, 2019 at 9:38 am

    the first technique you should work on is your situational awareness this should be ever present at all times wherever you go whatever you do