Although it looks little different externally from the original E-2A Hawkeye first deployed in 1965, the E-2D Advanced Hawkeye will find roles far beyond airborne early warning (AEW) when it becomes operational late in 2014. The heart of the Hawkeye remains its radar, but its central place in U.S. Navy networking plans will give the E-2D an expanding role in battle management. Radar enhancements, new sensors and wideband radios, expeditionary capability from land bases and in-flight ...

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