SHOOTING ELECTRONS: “The first shot fired in a conflict is no longer a bullet. It’s an electron,” argues Stephen Hogan, vice president of Northrop Grumman Information Operations and Electronic Attack. The company is pitching the U.S. Navy its bid for the Next Generation Jammer, and Northrop believes a win could mean “hundreds of millions of dollars” in revenue. The Navy should choose up to four competitors for technology maturation contracts in the first quarter of 2010. A downselect is eyed ...

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