What is StrikeLink?

StrikeLink is the software component of the modular, man-portable and rugged Target Location, Designation, and Hand-Off System (TLDHS).

StrikeLink is a force multiplier that gives the operator the ability to quickly acquire targets in day, night and near all-weather visibility conditions.

StrikeLink can precisely determine operator location as well as that of their targets, then digitally transmit secure data to multiple supporting arms elements.

StrikeLink Specifications

Digital Communications Platforms
  • F/A-18 Hornet
  • AV-8B Harrier
  • F-16 Falcon
  • AFATDS (C2/COP/Artillery/Naval Fires)
  • Naval Fires Control System (NFCS)
  • Command and Control PC (C2PC) COP/BF Gateway Interface
  • Mission Monitor/Air Liaison Officer Functionality
  • Integrated Simulation Tools with Open Interface
  • VMF Image Transfer with enabled aircraft
Supported Targeting Systems
  • Leica Vectronix Vector 21 (USMC Common Laser Range Finder)
  • Northrop Grumman Mark VII
  • Northrop Grumman LLDR
  • DRS Technologies LH-40C/41C
  • Digital Precision Strike Suite (DPSS)/PSS-SOF
Supported Radios
  • AN/PRC-117 (Harris)
  • AN/PRC-119 (ITT Industries)
  • PSC-5 (Raytheon)
  • EPLRS Raytheon)
  • ROVER Receiver (L3)
Pre-Planned Product Improvements
  • AN/PRC-148 and AN/PRC-152 Integration
  • Cursor on Target (Successfully Demonstrated with AC-130)
  • Link 16 Support
  • Rotary CAS (AH-1, AH-64/OH-58)
  • B-52 Stratofortress (Successfully Demonstrated with AFAPD)
  • B-2 Spirit
  • A-10 Thunderbolt II

  Download StrikeLink Datasheet (PDF).


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