McDonnell Douglas is assembling a contractor team and seeking Navy funding for risk reduction studies on a command and control warfare version of the twin-seat F/A-18F that could eventually replace the EA-6B. The company has already teamed with Litton Amecon and Lockheed Sanders, and is in discussions with Northrop Grumman and other companies, on the F/A-18 C superscript 2 W project. Litton and Sanders were both major players in the Navy's now-canceled EA-6B advanced capability ...

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