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StormBreaker bomb approved for use on F-15E

October 14, 2020 | technology | No Comments

Oct. 13 (UPI) — U.S. Air Force’s Air Combat Command has approved Raytheon’s StormBreaker smart weapon for use on the F-15E, Raytheon announced Tuesday.

“StormBreaker delivers an unprecedented capability to pilots in the field,” said Paul Ferraro, vice president of Raytheon’s Air Power business, in a press release. “The weapon gives airmen a significant advantage – the ability to strike maritime or land-based maneuvering targets at range in adverse weather.”

The StormBreaker, which entered operational testing in 2018, is a small diameter bomb that features a multimode seeker to guide the weapon with infrared, millimeter-wave radar and semi-active lasers in addition to or with GPS and inertial system guide.

The Air Force’s fielding decision means F-15E squadrons can now be equipped with the weapon. The Navy and Marines intend to use it on their versions of the F-35 Joint Strike Fighter.

The StormBreaker’s small size means fewer aircraft can address

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Stroke Imaging Makes Significant Stride in Reimbursement. Helps U.S. Hospitals More Easily Adopt the Latest Advancements in Stroke Care

RapidAI, the worldwide leader in advanced imaging for stroke, today announced Rapid LVO is among the first software products to qualify for the New Technology Add-on Payment (NTAP). NTAP is part of the CMS Inpatient Prospective Payment System (IPPS). A significant advancement in stroke care and reimbursement for Medicare patients, the news further fuels the expansion of advanced stroke imaging for those technologies that meet the NTAP requirements, foremost Rapid LVO from RapidAI.

The new NTAP program applies to LVO triage and notification for stroke. Rapid LVO explicitly meets the definition of measuring arterial blood flow in the brain per the issued NTAP code definition. RapidAI offers the most comprehensive stroke imaging platform available. Once an LVO (Large Vessel Occlusion) is identified, Rapid ASPECTS can quantify the severity of the stroke,

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