Northrop Grumman, ITT Exelis Partner on Navy Jammer Program; Rich Sorelle Comments

Northrop Grumman and ITT Exelis have teamed up and are working toward the technology demonstration phase of the U.S. Navy‘s next-generation jammer program. 

Rich Sorelle, Exelis electronic systems acting president said that the companies will integrate “independently developed subsystems and 

components into one truly interoperable system, ensuring U.S. forces will be able to control the battlespace electromagnetic spectrum.”

(Click Here to read about Exelis creating a product that detects jammers)

Northrop announced that it will work with the McLean, VA-based contractor to develop the NGJ that will fly on EA-18G Growler aircrafts.

 

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