Second Global Hawk LRIP for Northrop Grumman; Maritime Demonstration for Navy to Proceed

Burgess, Richard R.
March 2003
Sea Power;Mar2003, Vol. 46 Issue 3, p29
Discusses the U.S. Air Force contract awarded to Northrop Grumman to produce a second batch of unmanned aerial vehicles. Schedule for delivery of the Global hawks; Development of naval concepts of operations and experimentation; Integration of maritime sensors with endurance capability.


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