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  • initialism military, aviation Electromagnetic Aircraft Launch System

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Examples

  • The system, known as EMALS, is way more efficient than the steam-powered catapults currently in use.

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  • The EMALS will be a key element on the next-generation carrier U.S.S.

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  • By controlling the amount of energy pumped into the system, EMALS can launch anything from a fighter jet to a small drone.

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  • The so-called Electromagnetic Aircraft Launch System, or EMALS, is now under development in

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  • General Atomics is behind schedule with the EMALS equipment thus far, and it's almost too late to switch the Gerald R. Ford to steam if the technology isn't ready.

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  • Right here, right now, fully developed and proven design and the huge cost savings would easily pay for cats n traps on the carriers - EMALS no less.

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  • Right here, right now, fully developed and proven design and the huge cost savings would easily pay for cats n traps on the carriers - EMALS no less.defensenews. com/story ....

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  • After Northrop said retrofitting for steam would result in a 15 - to 18-month delay in the Ford's delivery and cost hundreds of millions of dollars, the Navy opted to continue with EMALS and accept the risk.

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  • Right here, right now, fully developed and proven design and the huge cost savings would easily pay for cats n traps on the carriers - EMALS no less.defensenews. com/story ....

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  • The other large chunk of the cost increase - $1.3 billion - is for the carrier's controversial new electromagnetic aircraft launching system, called EMALS.

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