Northrop Grumman Corp. briefed more than 100 aviators from military branches on its portfolio of targeting pods, the company announced Thursday.
The company hosted its LITENING Users’ Conference in Rolling Meadows, Ill. over two days.
Personnel from the Marine Corps, Air Force, Air Combat Command, Air Force Reserve Command and Air National Guard attended the conference.
Northrop recently announced it won a $103 million delivery order for the pods, which pilots use to detect, acquire, auto-track and identify targets
Attendees received information on LITENING operations and support and new capabilities of the self-contained, multisensor system.
Pilots use the pods on AV-8B, A-10A/C, B-52H, EA-6Bs, F-15E, F-16 and F/A-18 aircraft.
To date, the company has delivered more than 630 of the systems.