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Lockheed Martin and Cobham have teamed up to compete for a U.S. Navy program that seeks to replace the ALQ-99 tactical jamming pod system onboard the service's Boeing-built EA-18 Growler electronic warfare aircraft. The Next Generation Jammer Low Band program aims to develop a system that will work to build up the Growler's electronic attack capabilities […] More
Lockheed Martin has secured a contract to equip the U.S Navy‘s fleet of MH-60 helicopters with electronic warfare pods designed to help the military service detect and respond to anti-ship missile threats. The company said Thursday its Advanced Off-Board Electronic Warfare Active Mission Payload AN/ALQ-248 system works to deter incoming ASM threats with the use of radio frequency countermeasure techniques. The […] More
The U.S. Navy has approved a countermeasure technology Lockheed Martin developed to help protect U.S. and coalition forces against improvised explosive devices. Lockheed said Tuesday its Symphony Block 40 platform is mounted on vehicles and designed to jam electronic trigger signals of radio-controlled IED threats. The company integrated an open architecture into the counter-IED system to provide continuous threat spectrum coverage for military users. Joe Ottaviano, […] More
Lockheed Martin will upgrade the U.S. Navy‘s AN/SLQ-32 electronic warfare defense systems under a $154 million, low-rate initial production contract for the Surface Electronic Warfare Improvement Program. The company said Thursday the upgrade is part of SEWIP Block 2 and will provide additional functionality and defensive technologies to AN/SLQ-32 systems on various Navy vessels. Joe Ottaviano, electronic warfare […] More
The U.S. Navy moved closer to updating its ship-based electronic warfare systems with the installation of a Lockheed Martin-built sensor suite on the USS BainBridge, DoD Buzz reported Thursday. Kris Osborn writes the Block 2 SLQ-32 Surface Electronic Warfare Improvement Program is designed to increase the early detection and signal analysis capability of the warship fleet. The operational testing is part of […] More
Lockheed Martin announced it has logged a successful critical design review for an electronic warfare system upgrade aimed at improving the Navy’s ability to defend against anti-ship missile threats. With the Surface Electronic Warfare Improvement Program, or SEWIP, the Navy is looking to improve upon the AN/SLQ-32 electronic warfare system used by warships. “Block 2 […] More
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