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  Goalkeeper CIWS - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Goalkeeper is a Dutch close-in weapon system, the purpose of which is to defend a ship against incoming missiles and ballistic shells.
Goalkeeper's projectiles are much larger (30 mm versus 20 mm) and have greater kinetic energy.
Goalkeeper is twice as expensive as the Phalanx.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Goalkeeper_CIWS   (661 words)

  
 Goalkeeper - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
The goalkeeper is the only player who may use his or her hands to play the ball (although only within the penalty area).
In men's lacrosse, once a goalkeeper makes a save and has control of the ball in his crosse (stick), he may only remain in possession of the ball inside the protective crease for four seconds (the length may depend on the level of play).
A netball goalkeeper is one of two players who are permitted to remain within their defensive shooting third, and is restricted to the defensive third of the court.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Goalkeeper   (1085 words)

  
 Goalkeeper - Gurupedia
In many team sports, the goalkeeper (sometimes colloquially goalie or keeper) is the designated player that is charged with directly preventing the opposite team from scoring by defending the goal.
In ice hockey the goalkeeper is known as a goaltender.
Most notably, the goalkeeper is the only player who may handle the ball with their hands or arms during play, though they are restriced to doing so only within their penalty area and other restrictions apply.
www.gurupedia.com /g/go/goalie.htm   (201 words)

  
 Goalkeeper
Because Goalkeeper uses separate search and tracking radar's the system can search for new targets while it is engaging an existing target to deal with saturation attacks.
Reaction time against a Mach 2 sea-skimming missile from automatic detection to IFF interrogation, 90 degree tracker slew, tracker elevation, X-band lock-on and computer run-in is claimed to be about 5.5 seconds with the engagement starting at 1,500m and ending with a kill by 300m.
A Goalkeeper as mounted on the Netherlands "Tromp" Class frigates.
kitsune.addr.com /LCF/goalkeeper.html   (383 words)

  
 Goalkeeper Training
Goalkeeper is also a proprietary CIWS weapon-system.'' ---- In many team sports, a goalkeeper (termed goaltender in some sports) is a designated player that is charged with directly preventing the opposite team from scoring by defending the goal.
In field hockey, the goalkeeper wears extensive protective equipment including helmet, face and neck guards, chest and leg padding, gloves, lower leg guards (known as pads) and shoe covers (known as kickers).
Kicking the ball from the goalkeepers hands is indeed dangerous play, and yes there was an incident a number of years ago in which an attacker headed the ball when the keeper was holding it with one hand (this case is often brought up in referee exams!).
www.artistbooking.com /trips/69/goalkeeper-training.html   (1394 words)

  
 Chinese Defence Today - Type 730 Close-In Weapon System (CIWS)
The Type 730 CIWS resembles the Thales Navy Netherlands Goalkeeper CIWS externally, and is assumed to have been based on similar design.
The development of the Type 730 CIWS reportedly commenced a decade ago, and the weapon system has received extensive trials and evaluations before it was finally approved to enter service.
It is expected that the Type 730 CIWS will replace the Type 76A dual-37 mm automatic anti-aircraft guns currently serving on most Chinese surface combatants as the standard short-range point-defence weapon system.
www.sinodefence.com /navy/weapon/type730.asp   (359 words)

  
 [No title]   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-13)
The RN eventually determined that both Goalkeeper and Phalanx were inadequate as point defense anti-missile systems and has been shopping around for a replacement capability with varying levels of enthusiasm.
I would understand this with Goalkeeper as I've heard the ship needs to be designed with Goalkeeper in mind, as a large part of it, but I have heard that Phalanx can simply be welded onto the deck.
The lesson of the threat from sea skimming missiles was remedied by enhancing the existing Sea Wolf Air Defence fit with Goalkeeper CIWS and improving surface to surface capabilities by replacing the Exocet with Harpoon which has double the range.
www.strategypage.com /militaryforums/8-4636.aspx   (5765 words)

  
 Key Publishing Ltd Aviation Forums - Better CIWS: Palma/Kashtan? AK630? GoalKeeper? or Phalanx?   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-13)
They are differerent CIWS though, one is not a simplified version of the other.
In the Phalanx-1B CIWS, a FLIR is added to the complex and hence the system is developed with surface engagment ability.
Now, if it were me developing a CIWS that my own navy didn't want and for which I had yet to find a customer, I would want to keep my development costs down.
forum.keypublishing.co.uk /showthread.php?t=44411   (2877 words)

  
 Key Publishing Ltd Aviation Forums - French navy and CIWS   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-13)
Millenium gun actually seems to be very promising, with 1000rnds/min with AHEAD ammunition, with is supposed to be at least the equivalent of the Phalanx (35mm rounds breaking into a large number of fragments) for anti-missile purposes.
I have a hunch that if HMS Coventry had all the crew served 20mm stuff and Phalanx that was later fitted to the Type 42 she would probably survived the attack by the Argentine A4 with dumb bombs.
I suspect that the 100mm does have a limited CIWS role, though I suspect it is not quite as effective as the Oto 76mm for that, probably in part due to the very widespread use of the Oto guns.
forum.keypublishing.co.uk /showthread.php?t=57807   (2468 words)

  
 Naval Technology - LPD Rotterdam Class - Landing Platform Dock
Two Thales Nederland (formerly Signaal) Goalkeeper close in weapon systems are installed on the bow deck and on the upper deck immediately overlooking the helicopter landing deck.
Goalkeeper's Gatling-principle 30mm gun provides a maximum firing rate of 4,200 rounds/min with a range of 1,500m.
To support the Goalkeeper CIWS, a Thales Nederland IRSCAN infrared search and track system is fitted.
www.naval-technology.com /projects/rotterdam   (806 words)

  
 Rotal Navy CIWS [Archive] - Defence Talk Forum   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-13)
Compared with the Phalanx CIWS the Goalkeeper is more expensive, Goalkeeper costs more than twice as much as Phalanx and
Phalanx fires continuously until the target is destroyed, Goalkeeper fires a burst of at least 1 second (70 rounds) but can switch targets depending on threat to ship.
February 25th, 2006, 06:47 AM The T22/23 Frigates have used ‘Sea Wolf’ missiles as their CIWS since the 1980’s and in the case of the batch III T22’s interestingly alongside the Goalkeeper CIWS.
www.defencetalk.com /forums/archive/index.php/t-4299.html   (586 words)

  
 GOAL KEEPER 30MM CIWS   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-13)
The Goalkeeper consists of an I-band track-while-scan search-and acquisition surveillance radar, a dual frequency LK-band tracking radar, fire-control electronics and a cannon with high rate of fire, namely the 30-.
To replenish this storage/feed arrangement a bulk loading system is used, but in an emergency manual reloading can be performed.
The Goalkeeper system has been chosen by the Royal Netherlands navy for its 'Kortenaer', 'Jacob van Heemskerck' and future 'M' class frigates.
www.xsouth.freeserve.co.uk /goal_keeper_30mm_ciws.htm   (252 words)

  
 What is this vehicle? [Archive] - Military Photos
It looks very much like the Goalkeeper, except that the goalkeeper also has a scanning radar next to the tracking radar (the chinese only has a tracking radar, scanning radar is probably mounted on a second support vehicle)
It is likely that the 30 mm weapon system was originally developed for ship-based applications and is very similar to the Dutch Goalkeeper CIWS, which is also armed with a 30 mm seven-barrelled cannon and is in service with the Royal Netherlands Navy and a number of other countries.
As part of an overall layered air-defence system, SAMs would be used to engage targets at longer ranges while the CIWS would engage close-in targets, especially smaller targets such as air-launched missiles and cruise missiles, which can be difficult to neutralise with some current air-defence systems.
www.militaryphotos.net /forums/archive/index.php/t-42490.html   (845 words)

  
 LCF Frigate information page
The Goalkeeper is a stand-alone Close In Weapon System meant for engaging incoming sea-skimming SSMs.
The Goalkeepers on the LCF are incorporated into the Sewaco X system for initial guidance, but retain a independant search capability.
With their ammunition supply each goalkeeper can fire four bursts before needing to be reloaded.
www.kitsune.addr.com /LCF/information.htm   (3052 words)

  
 Karel Doorman
The ship's main gun is a 76 mm Otobreda Mk 100 which is capable of firing 100 rounds per minute with a range of 16 km anti-surface and 12 km anti-air.
The Signaal Goalkeeper close-in weapon system (CIWS) is fitted to provide close-in air defence.
Also fitted are two Oerlikon 20 mm light cannon which fire at 800 rounds per minute to a range of 2 km.
www.globalsecurity.org /military/world/europe/karel-doorman.htm   (252 words)

  
 Haze Gray & Underway Photo Feature: ROK Navy - Destroyer Kwanggaeto (DD 971)
One of the ship's two 30mm Goalkeeper CIWS, with a missile director and the foremast in the background.
The larger "dish" antenna is a missile director behind the CIWS.
A broadside closeup of the Goalkeeper and its fire control radars.
www.hazegray.org /features/rok/dd971.htm   (348 words)

  
 Siemens-Plessey AWS-6 - Archived 7/1998
However, in February 1992, the Korean Navy selected the Goalkeeper CIWS system for these ships and ordered the first pair of guns for the lead destroyer.
Since the losing Seaguard CIWS is inextricably linked with Cosys-200, it was presumed that the decision to adopt the BAeSEMA system has been made.
Doubts must be raised as to the wisdom of the concept in an environment where a single anti-radar missile could destroy the radar, and soft-kill the complete ship.
www.forecastinternational.com /archive/ls/fa0931.htm   (1317 words)

  
 Tanknet > 57mm Bofors for DD(X) destroyers
While we speak about Goalkeeper, the Thales Nederland brochure mentions that US trials were held on tis system in 1990, during which 3 types of live missiles were apparently destroyed by the Goalkeeper CIWS.
Actually, it is not unlikely that the Goalkeeper would be able to achieve at least the same performance as the Phalanx Block 1B under similar circumstances.
The Goalkeeper's search radar (I-band) and track radar (I&K-band) are as good (if not better) than those used on the Phalanx Block 1B (Ku-band digital MTI for search and Ku-band pulse Doppler monopulse for track).
www.tank-net.org /forums/lofiversion/index.php/t2049.html   (5945 words)

  
 Naval Firepower Modernization
Also, a Goalkeeper 30MM CIWS for point-missile defense and close-in surface engagements should be mounted.
Finally, the twin Phalanx CIWS mounts should be replaced by the more potent 30MM Goalkeeper CIWS.
Additionally, a co-axially mounted 30MM Goal-keeper CIWS capable of +75 deg elevation, with an extended magazine capacity of 5,000rds should be incorporated.
www.g2mil.com /clarke.htm   (5134 words)

  
 dragonArkRoyal
HMS Ark Royal is armed with three Mark 15 Phalanx close-in weapon systems (CIWS) from Raytheon and General Dynamics.
Each Phalanx CIWS has one 20mm M61A1 Vulcan Gatling-principle gun which fires 3,000 rounds/min at a range of 1.5km.
All three carriers are also equipped with two GAM-B01 20mm guns from Oerlikon-Contraves and BAE SYSTEMS, which have a maximum range of 2km and firing rate of 1,000 rounds/min.
www.totalnavy.com /dragonarkroyal.htm   (511 words)

  
 HMS Ark Royal (R07)
Her name was expected to be Indomitable to be compatible with her sister ships (HMS Invincible and HMS Illustrious[?]), but the Royal Navy revived the tradition of always having an Ark Royal.
In May 1999 Ark Royal put into Rosyth[?] for refitting, including the removal of the Sea Dart[?] missiles and the replacement of the Phalanx CIWS with Goalkeeper CIWS[?].
Ark Royal took part in the 2003 invasion of Iraq.
www.ebroadcast.com.au /lookup/encyclopedia/hm/HMS_Ark_Royal_(R07).html   (153 words)

  
 Karel Doorman Class - Archived 8/2001
The main gun of the ship is a 76 mm OTO Melara Mk 100, which is capable of firing 100 rounds per minute with a range of 16 kilometers in an anti-surface mode and 12 kilometers in anti-air mode.
Goalkeeper consists of a 30 mm seven-barrel gun with bulk loader which allows rapid reloading and provides a rate of fire of over 4,000 rounds per minute.
Close-in engagements against low-flying aircraft and missiles are handled by the Goalkeeper super-rapid-fire gun.
www.forecastinternational.com /archive/ws/ws5309.htm   (3594 words)

  
 goalkeeper - OneLook Dictionary Search
goalkeeper, goalkeeper : Hickok Sports Glossaries [home, info]
Phrases that include goalkeeper: mls goalkeeper of the year, mls goalkeeper of the year award
Words similar to goalkeeper: goalie, goaltender, netkeeper, more...
www.onelook.com /?w=goalkeeper   (214 words)

  
 Rotal Navy CIWS - - Naval Forces | Defence Talk Forum   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-13)
There maybe a number of reasons for using the Phalanx system over Goalkeeper not the lest of which is political
The T22/23 Frigates have used ‘Sea Wolf’ missiles as their CIWS since the 1980’s and in the case of the batch III T22’s interestingly alongside the Goalkeeper CIWS.
The Pictures in the gallery are for research and educational purposes only.
www.defencetalk.com /forums/showthread.php?t=4299   (733 words)

  
 Aircraft Carrier AA defence needs a massive buff - Total Battlefield 2 Forums
Actually I believe there supposed to be Phalanx CIWS because that's what the look like.
To add, the Phalanx CIWS is not manualy operated, it does have an operator but they only control the systems options.
I would love to see EA make the Phalanx realistic, if it is able to destroy a missile just imagine the damage it would do to an aircraft thats 15x bigger.
www.totalbf2.com /forums/showthread.php?t=52811   (1179 words)

  
 Elli
In Dutch service, the aft 76mm was replaced by a Goalkeeper CIWS, the Greek ships received two Phalanx 20mm CIWS each instead.
Upon transfer, the Goalkeeper was replaced by Phalanx, the Sea Sparrows with Aspide.
The Hellenic Navy's seventh S-type frigate, HS Bouboulina, arrived at the Salamis Base and was inducted into Destroyer Command's 1st Destroyer Squadron on 4 April 2002.
www.globalsecurity.org /military/world/europe/elli.htm   (247 words)

  
 [No title]   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-13)
The imperial Navy discovered that the only effective defence against anti-starship missiles is to use fully automatic guns known as CIWS, Close-In Weapon Systems, and plans to fit these weapons on their vessels as soon as possible, with priority to large vessels such as Star Destroyers.
It is illegal for civilians to possess this type of weapons, but for pirates and smugglers is a CIWS a highly prized weapons to mount on their vessels.
When a CIWS is used against other targets than a missile, use normal combat rules, but please note that the guns are in speeder-scale and therefore the vehicle blaster skill must be used.
drycas.club.cc.cmu.edu /~jae/sw/EQUIPMENT/ANTIMISL.TXT   (408 words)

  
 Netherlands 30 mm (1.2") Goalkeeper SGE-30
A joint project by Signaal and General Electric, Goalkeeper is a close-in weapon for use against missiles and aircraft.
Goalkeeper uses a dual radar system, an I-band track-while-scan search-and-acquisition set which hands off to a dual frequency L/K-band target-tracking radar for the actual gun engagement.
This system can track up to thirty targets, engaging the four most urgent.
www.navweaps.com /Weapons/WNNeth_30mm_Goalkeeper.htm   (383 words)

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