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Raytheon Extends Navy Landing Systems Analysis Work; Brian Hickey Comments

Raytheon Extends Navy Landing Systems Analysis Work; Brian Hickey Comments - top government contractors - best government contracting event
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Raytheon logo_EbizRaytheon has been awarded a $52 million contract to extend the company“™s testing and analysis work for the U.S. Navy“™s joint precision approach landing systems program.

The goal is to approve the integration of JPALS with the F-35 joint strike fighter, Raytheon said Wednesday.

JPALS is designed to guide fixed and rotary-wing aircraft in coordination with the GPS satellite navigation system.

“Landing a high-powered, high-speed aircraft on a moving carrier in rough seas is an exceptionally difficult task,“ said Brian Hickey, Raytheon’s director of navigation and landing systems.

The system has an anti-jamming technology to help organizations maintain operations during emergency.

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