Lockheed to develop cyber/EW podded system
Lockheed Martin has received an $18 million contract to design, develop and test a cyber/EW podded system for the Air Large component of the US Army’s Multi-Function Electronic Warfare family of systems programme, the company announced on 29 January.
Under the prototype project agreement, Lockheed Martin will utilise its Silent CROW open architecture system that can be easily configured for a variety of airborne and ground platforms, such as a wing-mounted pod for Group 4 UAS.
Silent CROW will enable soldiers to disrupt, deny, degrade, deceive and destroy enemy’s electronic systems through electronic support, electronic attack and cyber techniques.
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