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Raytheon Concludes Navy Jammer Design Review; Daniel Theisen Comments

Raytheon Concludes Navy Jammer Design Review; Daniel Theisen Comments - top government contractors - best government contracting event

Raytheon logo_EbizRaytheon will move to design work on a new airborne electronic attack system after the company and U.S. Navy completed the jammer program's design review phase.

The Navy intends for the jammer system to replace the ALQ-99 jamming pods on board the EA-18G Growler from 2021 onward, Raytheon said Friday.

Daniel Theisen, director of airborne electronic attack programs at Raytheon, said the jammer’s open architecture and solid-state electronics are designed to help fulfill the Navy's electronic warfare mission requirements.

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