The U.S. Navy and Marine Corps are expected to out-spend each of their sister services roughly two-to-one on Electronic Warfare (EW) programs during the next decade. In a 10-year period starting in fiscal 2008 and ending fiscal 2017 the Navy and Marines have spent or are slated to spend a cumulative total of about $21.9 billion, based on a database provided by Avascent’s 050, an online market analysis toolkit for global defense programs. Combined, all of the services will have ...
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