Northrop Grumman awarded AN/AAQ-24 work
Northrop Grumman has been awarded a delivery order for engineering support for the integration of the AN/AAQ-24 on multiple US Army aircraft.
The engineering effort includes platform integration of modernised survivability equipment, maintainability, interface improvements and software to enable more effective use of the AN/AAR-61(V)1.
The AN/AAQ-24(V) Directional Infrared Countermeasure system is designed to protect aircraft from infrared guided missiles.
Work will be complete in January 2021.
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