Navy and Marines see continuous evolution of Next-Generation Jammer
The U.S. Navy is poised to make difficult decisions regarding its primary airborne electronic attack initiative, with a goal of finding the right balance between performance and acceptable program risk. The service is committed to making the Next-Generation Jammer (NGJ) the backbone of its future electronic attack capabilities as it prepares to replace ALQ-99 pods used today on the EA-6B Prowler and EA-18G Growler.The focus is now shifting to fully defining what the new system should ...
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