Modern Fires: Achieving Overmatch in Large Scale Ground Combat
The Fires Conference provides a professional forum for the Commanding General, USAFCoEFS, Fires Leaders, and the Fires Force to collaborate on current and futures Fires Force initiatives. Fires Conference attendees are informed of the various Fires Force issues and topics relevant to their role in the Fires Force, understand the role of the FCoE in the design, building, and improvement of the Fires Force, and are provided the opportunity to collaborate with Fires Force peers for the advancement of the Fires Force.
Location: Snow Hall, Fort Sill, OK
Family of Weapon Sights - Crew Served (FWS-CS)
The FWS-CS is a thermal weapon sight, which wirelessly communicates with a helmet worn display (HMD) increasing survivability and decisive operations in day or night conditions. The Warfighter has the ability to engage enemy targets while they are in defilade.
Family of Weapon Sights - Individual (FWS-I)
The FWS-I is an advanced clip-on infrared weapon sight combining rugged, lightweight, modular construction with superior thermal imaging technology giving today’s Warfighter uncompromising performance in day or night and in smoke or fog, significantly increasing survivability. Learn more
Improved Night Observation Device (INOD) Block III
The INOD Block III thermal weapon sight provides night/day and degraded battlefield or weather condition visibility for the Special Operation Forces (SOF) Sniper by easily clipping the device in front of the existing day scope. Learn more
Initial Maneuver Short-Range Air Defense (IM-SHORAD)
The mission equipment package includes kinetic and non-kinetic defeat capabilities and an on-board radar. Learn more
Joint Effects Targeting System (JETS)
Unfavorable conditions are common for American Soldiers on battlefields around the world. They often operate in pitch-dark, fog, haze, dust, smoke and adverse weather. Learn more
M777 Mission Computer (MSC) & Chief of Section Display (CSD)
The Mission Computer and Chief of Section Display are essential components for Modernizing the M777A2 Lightweight 155mm Howitzer’s Digital Fire Control System (DFCS). The DFCS enables automated howitzer operations relevant to technical fire control, e.g. the ability to self-locate, navigate, communicate, compute ballistic solutions, point and manage ammunition.
Mini See Spot (MSS)
The Mini See Spot employs micro-cooler midwave infrared technology to create a large-format image of 640 x 480 pixels with a marker/designator (1.064 micron) laser see spot inherent in the sensor. Learn more
Mounted Family of Computer Systems (MFoCS) II
MFoCS II is the core component of the Mounted Computing Environment. As the key enabler of any vehicle C5ISR architecture, MFoCS II provides a fully integrated Mission Command suite of capabilities. Learn more | Download the brochure