Milestones, Schedule Set for Prowler Replacement

Burgess, Richard R.
July 2003
Sea Power;Jul2003, Vol. 46 Issue 7, p19
Discusses the U.S. Navy's plan for development and procurement of its next-generation carrier-based electronic attack aircraft. Upgrade systems and equipment planned for the Block EA-18G fighters plane; Development of the Improved Capability III electronic warfare suite; Development of a Hornet Tactics Advisory Team for the Super Hornet.


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