F/A-XX And Growler Will Drive Next-Gen EW

Credit: Lockheed Martin/Andy Wolfe
A shrinking defense industry may be jeopardizing key elements of the U.S. Navy's electronic warfare (EW) plans. Of most concern is the dearth of companies that are still capable of building strike aircraft—manned or unmanned. By 2030, service leaders worry that there may be no competition for new...

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