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Surface Combat Ship (SCS)

A 21st Century Combat Ship

The Surface Combat Ship (SCS) is
the next generation surface combatant
for international navies based on the
proven Freedom Class LCS hull. The
SCS delivers maximum firepower to
meet current and future operational
At 118 meters in length,
and approximately 3600 ton
displacement, the SCS provides
proven state-of-the-art Anti-Air, AntiSurface, Anti-Submarine, Electronic

Warfare, and Special Operations

support capabilities. The SCS is a
high speed, highly maneuverable
combatant capable of operating both
in open ocean and near coastlines in
high sea state conditions.
The SCS design utilizes the latest
U.S. Navy technologies allowing
interoperability with U.S. and
allied naval forces to participate in
joint and coalition operations. The
state-of-the-art automated damage

control systems, provide superior

The SCS provides the navies with
fleet modernization that addresses
emerging threats well into the 21st
century. It enhances any navys
ability to perform critical missions,
protecting national sovereignty and
infrastructure, providing homeland
defense, and maritime support to
allied nations.

Mission Capabilities

Special Operations
Intelligence, Surveillance
and Reconnaissance
Anti-Terrorism /
Force Protection

Surface Warfare
Interdiction /

Homeland Defense

Mine Warfare

Harpoon Missiles Port/Stbd
Close In Weapon System
MK 41 VLS w/SM-2 Missiles Port/Stbd
Level I, Class 1 Flight Deck

OTS Torped
50 Cal Mac

MH-60 Helicopter
Special Operations Boat Capability
Towed Array




semi-planing monohull with

aluminum superstructure
Highly maneuverable
Superior survivability
Shallow draft

Maximum sprint speed > 35 kts

Excellent stability at high speeds in high sea states
Maximizes warfighting capability under hostile conditions
Expands number of accessible ports
Reduces safe haven for enemy small craft
Enhances special operations support close to shore


Proven U.S. Navy and

Lockheed Martin Ship and Combat
System designs
Aegis based combat system operational in
U.S. and Five Allied Navies

Reduces life cycle costs and increases interoperability with the U.S. Navy
Combat system performance demonstrated by over 3800 missile firings i





industry participation

combat environments

total hemispheric long range air defense, anti-surface, and anti-s

warfare capabilities

Broadens industry capabilities in the maintenance

Provides path to full self sufficiency for industry

and repair of the SCS


integrated Command & Control

system using the latest U.S. Navy
open architecture model

Maximizes SCS operational performance

Provides opportunity to benefit from future

U.S. Navy system upgrades

EXCOMM Antennas
Surface Search Radar
SPY-1F(V) Radar
Rapid Fire Gun

Hull Mounted Sonar

Advanced Semi-Planing Mono-Hull
50 Cal Machine Guns Port/Stbd
Aegis Combat Management System

do Launcher Port/Stbd
chine Guns Port/Stbd

in both test and


Ship Design Specifications

Length Overall
Full Load Displacement
Top Speed

Weapon System
Spy-1F (V) Array
Missile Illuminators
(1) 76 MM Otomelara Super Rapid
(32 cells) MK 41 Vertical Launching
(2) 4-Pack Harpoon 8 Cells
OTS Torpedo Launcher
(4) .50 Caliber Guns

Advanced semi-planing monohull

118 meters
17.5 meters
4.2 meters
Approximately 3600 metric tons
Greater than 35 knots
Combined diesel and gas turbines with steerable water jet propulsion

Warfighting Capabilities
Anti-Air Warfare (AAW)
Anti-Sub Warfare (ASW)
Surface Warfare (SuW)
Electronic Warfare (EW)
Oversized flight deck for aviation operations

The ship and its combat system are

designed to provide multi-warfare
capability, operate in shallow water or
deep ocean, in all weather conditions.
The SCS possesses unique operating
features including the most capable
combat system available in the world
today, the Aegis/SPY-1F(V) radar
and the MK 41 Vertical Launching
System (MK 41 VLS) with the SM-2
and ESSM missiles. The system is
combat proven with more than 3800
successful missile firings. The ship
has an inherent capability

to support special operations due

to its stern ramp design, high
speed propulsion system, and
extra large flight deck. Responsive
maneuverability is a key feature
designed into the ship offering the
ability to turn about its own axis and
stopping within two to three ship
lengths from top speed. Leveraging
the latest U.S. Navy technology
allows the SCS to operate at speeds in
excess of 35kts in shallow waters.
Survivability and crew protection
has been a major factor in the design
of the SCS by the introduction of
a highly effective Aegis combat
system, and integration of state-ofthe-art automated damage control
systems. The SCS incorporates the

latest U.S. Navy damage control,

casualty control, and robust fire
fighting capabilities. The fire fighting
systems are integrated with a stateof-the-art automated damage control
and monitoring system ensuring high
The enhanced warfighting capabilities
of the SCS, based on proven Aegis
technologies, provides the ship
commander with the ability to engage
and defeat any threat that may be
encountered. A warfighter is provided
with a continuous comprehensive
tactical air and surface picture
obtained through multiple sensors
including the Aegis radar. Antiair warfare defense consists of the
SM-2 and ESSM missiles, Close-InWeapon-System (CIWS), a medium
caliber gun. Anti-submarine warfare
is conducted using a variety of
optional sensors to include the MH60 dipping sonar, hull mounted or
towed array sonars. The proven antisurface warfare capability consists of
Harpoon missiles, CIWS, a medium
caliber gun, and four 50 cal machine
guns, MH-60 helicopter with the
Hellfire missiles. Low signature
topside shaping further reduces the
ships radar cross-section.
The SCS provides flexibility for
special operations through an
oversized helicopter landing deck and
unique stern boat launching facility.

Command and control capabilities

are provided by the Common Radio
Room suite and state-of-the-art
combat information center.
The SCS superstructure and combat
system software were designed to be
easily adaptable to new and future
technologies. For example, the MK
41 VLS is adaptable to future missile
types, the SPY-1F(V) radar structure
is designed to be adaptable to the next
generation radar, while the stern ramp
allows for retrieval of future special
operations vehicles.
Superior maritime surveillance by
the SCS is accomplished by means
of its long range air surveillance
capabilities, high speed, latest
communications and data links, helo
and small boat support.
The SCS program has been designed
to optimize navy and industry
participation throughout its 30 plus
year operational life cycle.
The SCS, utilizing the latest U.S.
Navy technology, provides a best
value solution and unprecedented
warfighting capability.

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