Harris to support USAF EW systems
Harris Corporation has been selected by the US Air Force to continue supporting its ground-based EW systems and infrastructure, the company announced on 8 April.
Harris will provide mission-essential, ground-based EW systems support. The project includes depot support and sustainment engineering, system upgrades and modifications, studies and analysis, transition of future systems and operations support.
Chris Forseth, vice president and general manager, Harris Space Superiority, said: ‘Harris will help maintain US space superiority by providing ground-based, electronic warfare systems support to Air Force Space Command anywhere in the world.’
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