An improved Freedom-Class LCS, with twin quad-launchers for Harpoon missiles and what appear to be vertical launch systems on the superstructure, just forward of the 30-mm cannons were on display.
An overview of BAE Systems' booth.
BAE Systems' mockup of a shipboard railgun.
Boeing's mockups of the F/A-18E/F and EA-18G.
An enlarged version of the radar display on the Northrop Grumman E-2D.
Finmecannica is proposing the AW119 for the U.S. Navy's next training helicopter.
General Atomics' Reaper UAV
[Editor's note: this description has been corrected.]
General Atomics' proposal for a shipboard 20MJ electromagnetic railgun.
An overview of Huntington Ingalls' booth.
Huntington Ingalls' proposal for the Small Surface Combatant, based on the company's National Security Cutter. Note the 16-cell vertical launch system and twin quad-launchers for Harpoon missiles.
Kongsberg's Naval Strike Missile on display.
Lockheed Martin's one-quarter-scale mockup of its Long-Range Anti-Ship Missile.
Mockup and poster of the new carrier onboard the delivery version of the V-22.
Mockup of the Freedom-Class LCS carrying two quad-launchers for Kongsberg's Naval Strike Missile.
On the left, a Super Hornet carries four sensor-fuzed weapons. On the right is a new warhead for the submunition which forms multiple EFPs for a shotgun effect, and is deemed superior for use against boats or light vehicles.
One of Lockheed Martin's three F-35 mockups.
A view of Textron's sensor-fuzed weapon. Each cluster bomb carries 10 BLU-108 submunitions, which each carry 4 skeets. Each skeet is an explosively formed projectile with laser and IR sensors to detect and destroy armored vehicles.
A view of Textron's small smart weapons—Fury (top) and G-CLAW (bottom).
Video of the X-47B as it becomes the first UAV to refuel in flight is highlighted.
Here are some photos that Aviation Week's Dan Katz took on the floor of the annual Navy League Conference. All photos: Dan Katz