Raytheon to build Air Force EWBM system

  • 01-May-2009 04:45 EDT
The U.S. Air Force awarded Raytheon Co. a $3.5 million Electronic Warfare Battle Management (EWBM) system design contract. Under the award, Raytheon will spend three years conducting a series of EWBM system experiments and demonstrations in the Air Force Research Laboratory's virtual combat laboratory at Wright Patterson Air Force Base, OH. Through these experiments, the Air Force will be able to apply EWBM to a variety of scenarios to determine the best use of electronic warfare assets on the battlefield. Raytheon will work with Sierra Nevada Corp., AEA Technology Inc., and Bonn Corp. to provide this solution.
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