As a strong supporter of the United States Air Force and its global counterparts, Marvin Test Solutions (MTS) is looking forward to exhibiting again at this year’s Air Force Association (AFA) Air, Space and Cyber Conference, which will be held 17th to 19th September at the Gaylord National Hotel and Convention Center in National Harbor, Maryland.
It will be exhibiting with the Marvin Engineering Company, flagship company of The Marvin Group, in Booth 714 at the Technology Expo.
The Marvin Group will be exhibiting Alternate Mission Equipment (AME) as well as maintenance and sustainment solutions that are in high demand globally, including:
- MTS-3060 SmartCan: Universal O-Level armament test set capable of testing both legacy and ‘smart’, MIL-STD-1760-based, weapons systems. SmartCan supports multiple Operational Flight Profiles (OFP) in a handheld unit.
- MT1888 Series Laser Source Simulator: Technically-compliant and an easy-to-use, best-value solution, the MT1888 offers simple, O-Level Laser Guided Missile seeker testing.
- MTS-206 Maverick Test Set: Portable test set for the AGM-65 Maverick missile system and for AGM-114 missiles with the test capabilities of an I-Level test set in a compact, rugged enclosure suitable for field use.
- PATS-70 Flightline Test System: Based on the MTS-207 Rugged Field Test Set, the USAF’s PATS-70 replaces over a dozen pieces of obsolete and unsupportable flightline test equipment.
- MTS-235 F-35 Armament Test Set: Portable test set for various armament systems used on the F-35 Joint Strike Fighter including launchers, pylons, and racks.
- Hellfire Scalable-Rail Launcher (HSRL): Provides single- and multi-rail launch capability for AGM-114 missiles without the need for external electronics or AC power.
Major General Steve Sergeant, USAF (Ret.), CEO of Marvin Test Solutions and Vice President of Strategic Development for The Marvin Group, and MTS President Loofie Gutterman will be onsite along with other members of The Marvin Group team to discuss armament and munitions maintenance and sustainment test requirements, from the flightline to the depot.