Gulfstream II risk-reduction flight tests key to Northrop Grumman’s strategy for BAMS
Northrop Grumman boasts that its bid for the U.S. Navy’s Broad Area Maritime Surveillance (BAMS) competition is the only one to actively execute end-to-end testing. Central to the company’s proposal for the high-profile program is its Multi-Function Active Sensor (MFAS), a 360-deg. radar capable of identifying and tracking ships. Together with the Boeing P-8A Multi-Mission Aircraft, BAMS will replace the Navy’s P-3 surveillance fleet. Aviation Week & Space Technology got a ...
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