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Captive Carry Trials Helicopter Services
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Captive Carry System (CCS) Trials Helicopter services support for multipliable trials in EAXA and WAXA.
The CCS is a Commonwealth asset that is used to carry an EW payload and simulate its normal flight vehicle. CCS Trials are required to develop, assess and evaluate EW payload effectiveness in a realistic tactical manner as well as interoperability testing with other systems. This is achieved by flying a helicopter (with the suspended CCS weights approximately 340 kg including payload and an equipment rack that is stationed within the helicopter and provides power and control to the suspended FV and Payload) in close proximity to a RAN Surface Platform with Lear Jet(s) fitted with EW pods simulating amissile threat against that Surface Platform.
A site tour will occur at RAAF Base Edinburgh 984 Pod Shop commencing at 1000am ACST on Thursday 15 June 2017.
Representatives of prospective tenderers at the briefing will be limited to 2 personnel. Nominations to attend the site tour are to be forwarded in writing to the Contact Officer by Tuesday 13 June 2017.
- Clause 2.4, of Conditions of Tender, Preparation and Transmission of Classified Tenders; and Clause 2.5, of Conditions of Tender, Defence Security Requirement.
- Tenderers will need to hold all relevant Civil Aviation Safety Authorisation Act 1988 approvals and licences necessary to undertake the work as set out at Attachment A – Statement of Work, at the time of the tender Closing Time (clause 2.7.3).
01 Oct 17 - 01 Oct 19