Cobham Receives Follow-On Order for Navy E-2D Aircraft Oxygen Concentrators

Northrop Grumman has awarded Cobham a $2.7M follow-on contract to provide oxygen concentration systems that will be integrated onto modernized airborne early warning and control planes for the U.S. Navy.

The order is for lot 2 concentrator production work under a multiyear contract supporting the E-2D Advanced Hawkeye program, Cobham said Wednesday.

According to Northrop, the E-2D AHE aircraft is designed to function as "digital quarterback" and provide warfighters  situational awareness of battlespace missions.

Cobham noted it invests money to develop technology that would help protect aircrews and address their individual physiological requirements for oxygen.

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