Tag Archives: Integrated air and missile defense Battle Command System

Poland Signs LOA to Procure Northrop-Made Battle Command System

The Polish government has signed a letter of offer and acceptance agreement to procure an Integrated Air and Missile Defense Battle Command System developed by Northrop Grumman. Northrop said Wednesday the U.S. government can now start the contracting process with the company to produce and deliver IBCS to Poland’s military. IBCS is designed to integrate sensors …

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Northrop Showcases Missile Defense Tech at Poland Defense Industry Exhibition

Northrop Grumman presented its missile defense platform at the International Defence Industry Exhibition MSPO that ran from Sept. 5 to 8 in Kielce, Poland. The company said Thursday it showcased its integrated air and missile defense command and control system; Counter-Rocket, Artillery and Mortar platform; Integrated Battle Management System; and Integrated Air and Missile …

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MEADS Bids for Poland Missile Defense System Development

MEADS International, a joint venture between Lockheed Martin and MBDA, has submitted a proposal to the Polish government to build and deliver air-and-missile defense systems, Defense News reported Tuesday. Jen Judson writes the submission is in response to a solicitation notice on Poland’s Wisla missile defense program. Marty Coyne,  Medium Extended Air Defense System director at …

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Raytheon Informs Army of Company’s Vision for NextGen Air & Missile Defense Radar Tech

Raytheon has presented the company’s ideas for a next-generation missile defense technology to the U.S. Army in an effort to help the military branch establish requirements for a lower tier air and missile defense sensor system. The company said Monday it envisions a future LTAMDS platform that is based on gallium nitride-powered active electronically scanned array technology and could work as a sensor …

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Army Executes Northrop Battle Command System Dual-Engagement Flight Test

The U.S. Army has completed a dual-engagement flight test of the Northrop Grumman-developed Integrated Air and Missile Defense Battle Command System. Northrop said Monday that the IBCS was used to identify, track and engage ballistic and cruise missile targets to determine its multiple threat management function. Dan Verwiel, vice president and general manager of Northrop’s missile …

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Army’s New Multi-Mission Launcher Platform Fires Raytheon Missile for Intercept Test

The U.S. Army has fired a Raytheon-built interceptor missile using a new Multi-Mission Launcher platform and mobile ground-based weapon system during a demonstration at Eglin Air Force Base. The Army said Thursday its Cruise Missile Defense Systems project office and Aviation and Missile Research, Development and Engineering Center teamed up to develop the …

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Raytheon to Exhibit New Patriot System Radar Tech at Army Trade Expo

Raytheon will display its new gallium nitride-based Active Electronically Scanned Array main antenna designed to work with the Patriot air and missile defense system at the Association of the U.S. Army‘s Global Force Symposium and Exposition Tuesday through Thursday in Huntsville, Alabama. Raytheon said Monday the AESA main array is designed to provide 360-degree coverage enabled by smaller …

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Raytheon to Integrate GaN-Based Radar Tech Into Patriot Missile System; Ralph Acaba Comments

Raytheon will equip its Patriot air and missile defense system with a gallium nitride-based active electronically scanned array technology as part of efforts to modernize the system. The company said Tuesday it will upgrade the Patriot for military customers to detect and identify adversarial manned and unmanned aircraft as well as cruise and ballistic …

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