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During the year 2008, Clayton Industries proposed the development of a weapon system to counter the Russian Bulava ICBM. The U.S. Department of Defense and two top tier defense contractors had designs to implement technology on an aircraft carrier and satellite system.
Discussions and negotiations lead to the following thoughts: (1) why employ a technology that has at least a seven to ten-year technology curve over any other defense contractor on a steel dinosaur, and (2) why stop at upgrading the naval weapon system platform when the ships do not have the energy to operate them nor the defensive attributes to counter adversaries.
At the time the material of choice was not mature enough for manufacturing, but that manufacturing process has now changed.
Nuclear Submarine Development Program with Ballistic Missile Package
Clayton Industries is in the design phase of incorporating their Generation V nuclear reactor into a foreign supplied submarine. Phase two of the Development Program will retrofit the submarine with ballistic missile capability with a partnering country.
Clayton Industries possess the technology to detect any diesel-electric or nuclear submarine at any subsea depth using an innovative detection suite. This same technology suite can detect any moving vector.
Robotic Torpedoes (Mark 48 Replacement)
The Mark 48 torpedo has lost its advantage in the subsea battleground. Current torpedoes are not multifaceted, and the limitations of the Mark 48 are inferior to the NATO designated “Status 6” which can transport a cobalt 60 weapon. Compared with the U.S. torpedoes, the propulsion system on the Status 6 is much faster than current subsea countermeasures and more maneuverable.
Given the above, Clayton Industries has designed a torpedo with a micro reactor to compete with the Status 6.
The Clayton Defense Technologies were conceived to address the following immediate threat:
The United States does not at present have the technology to prevent a nuclear attack. The current instability in the Middle East and the proliferation of fanatical terrorists throughout the world bodes for an ominous future. An effective weapon system must be quickly developed as a countermeasure before the next Cold War.
U.S. Defense Article
ICBM Countermeasure (Directed High Energy Laser Weapon System with Supplemental Plasma Platform)
Current weapon systems destroy the on board electronics or create stress cracks on the ballistic missiles; but none of the weapon systems of today completely destroy the missile with its radioactive element or chemical solution, and do not have the capability for containing the detonation along with its side effects. What makes this problem difficult is the ability to act immediately. The only true countermeasure would be a weapon system that can react at a much higher speed (quadrillion oscillations) than the ballistic missile itself and have the ability to create a heat source exponentially higher. The United States is still vulnerable to a nuclear attack!
The Bulava ICBM Program was the driving force that established the framework for the AEC1993 countermeasure. The countermeasure that AEC has engineered has the attribute to encapsulate and incinerate the ICBM before or after re-entry phase. The proprietary technologies incorporated in the countermeasure platform enables a means to eliminate the immediate threat of radiation and capture the energy wave spectra associated with a forced denotation.