SRC enhances UK EW footprint
SRC has launched a new UK company-based company – SRC UK - to enhance electronic warfare support for the British armed forces.
The company will have a UK based team to support the UK’s electronic warfare requirements, from mission intelligence and engineering services to the development of threat simulator receivers that assist with airborne training and operations.
Paul Tremont, CEO of SRC, said: ‘We are excited to be launching SRC UK to continue our strong relationship supporting Her Majesty’s Armed Forces. We are confident that [Stephen Davies, managing director of SRC UK] will provide leadership that will propel SRC UK to have a major role in supporting the EW modernisation effort to help protect warfighters.’
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