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BAE Systems, Northrop Grumman to Develop Anti-Jam ‘NAVWAR Sensors’ for the...
The U.S. is embarking on a development of a future Global Positioning System (GPS) receiver to better cope with hostile electronic attacks. Last week the Air Force awarded two contracts worth $47 million each to BAE Systems and Northrop grumman, for the development of ‘navigation warfare’ (NAVWAR) Sensor that could replace military GPS receivers used on aircraft and missiles.
U.S. & Canada Defense Update – October 4, 2011
CPOF to Become More Collaborative | KMAX to Begin Hauling Cargo for Marines in Afghanistan Next Month | Infantry Brigade Combat Teams to Get M777 Lightweight Howitzers | ATK-GD OTS Team to Deliver the marines with Precision Mortar Bombs | THAAD Hits Two Targets on the First Unit's Operational Qualification Test | Army Sets JLTV Target Price around $250,000 | Army to Cut CROWS Procurement by Half | BAE Systems, Northrop Grumman to Develop new Anti-Jam GPS Sensors | F-35B Performs First Landing at Sea