Bomber buddies

  • 30-Jun-2008 08:01 EDT

Boeing and Lockheed Martin are working together to perform studies and system development efforts including collaborative research and development in pursuit of the anticipated U.S. Air Force Next Generation Bomber program. The collaborative effort will include work in advanced sensors and future electronic warfare solutions including advancements in network-enabled battle management, command and control, and virtual warfare simulation and experimentation. The companies previously worked together on the F-22 Raptor and Small Diameter Bomb Increment II programs.

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