Terma expands EW repair facility in Woensdrecht
Terma has offically opened a new and expanded electronic warfare (EW) support facility at the Royal Netherlands Air Force (RNLAF) Main Support Base Woensdrecht.
The support and test centre for EW technology has been doubled in size with workplaces equipped for the test and repair of the company’s ALQ-213 equipment.
The package of EW products that can be serviced, tested and repaired at the centre now includes the EW Controller Unit, Tactical Data Unit, Advanced Threat Display and Programmable Interference Blanker Unit. The equipment is in use across most aircraft platforms operated by the RNLAF.
Steen M. Lynenskjold, EVP and CCO, Terma, said: ‘Terma's continued commitment to being strongly represented at Main Support Base Woensdrecht must also be seen in the light of the fact that this base will play an important role in the support of the European F-35 fleet.'
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