Northrop Grumman Outlines Carrier Cargo Delivery Plans

McCarthy, Mike
April 2013
Defense Daily;4/5/2013, Vol. 258 Issue 6, p2
Market Research Report
The article reports on the idea of Northrop Grumman (NOC) regarding the benefits of modernizing the fleet of C-2A Greyhounds as an affordable solution for the U.S. Navy. NPC director Steve Squires has suggested to leverage the ongoing production of the E-2D Hawkeye to enhance cockpit avionics and fuel efficient engines. The Navy is currently defining requirements for the future carrier on board (COD) program and other missions.


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