Japan To Initiate Standoff Jammer Development in 2019 Japan plans to develop indigenous standoff jamming aircraft based on the Kawasaki Heavy Industries C-2 airlifter and P-1 maritime patroller, the Yomiuri newspaper reported. The program based on the C-2 appears to be aimed at filling an air force need for standoff jammers that was the subject of requests for information issued in April and June 2018. The plan to develop a jamming version of the P-1, a naval aircraft, implies there is a ...

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