Northrop Grumman Jamming System Enters Low-Rate Initial Production

August 2003
Sea Power;Aug2003, Vol. 46 Issue 8, p38
Reports that Northrop Grumman Integrated Systems has been awarded in 2003 a contract to design and produce ten upgrade kits and associate spare parts for the Increased Capability III, the next upgrade to the U.S. Navy's EA-6B Prowler electronic attack aircraft. Terms of the contract; Key features and specifications of the upgrade kits; Implications on U.S. defense policy.


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