Witington, Tom
April 2010
Sea Power;Apr2010, Vol. 53 Issue 4, p24
The article reports on the move of the U.S. Navy to implement new sensor and electronic warfare systems in its aircraft and ships as part of its effort to improve its signals intelligence. It cites that the Navy has received its 50th Sikorsky MH-60R Seahawk multimission maritime helicopter equipped with sophisticated sensors that will upgrade its signals intelligence (SIGINT) capabilities. It notes that SIGINT systems engineers will continue to develop the next generation of naval systems.


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