Exelis, L-3 To Develop EW Solutions For USAF Special Operations Aircraft

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  • 09:24 AM, April 29, 2015
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Exelis announced Tuesday that it will jointly develop electronic self-protection capabilities with L-3 Platform Integration for the US Air Force Special Operations Command's (AFSOC) AC/MC-130J Commando II aircraft.

The team's combined experience in electronic warfare (EW) and platform integration will allow rapid development of an advanced yet low-risk solution to protect Air Force special operations aviators from the evolving radio frequency threats they face in their global missions.

Michael Wright, president of L-3 Platform Integration said, "The combination of L-3's C-130 domain knowledge and the latest Exelis EW technology will deliver mission-enabling capabilities quickly and with low risk."


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