US Navy Awards $243.8M Contract To Mercury Systems To Deliver Electronic Warfare Combat Training Subsystems

Mercury System has been chosen to offer the US Navy its rapidly reprogrammable and advanced electronic attack training subsystems. The company has also received a five-year $243.8 million contract to deliver such subsystems for the US Naval Air Warfare Center Weapons Division.

The firm developed the subsystems based on over 25 years of testing and training tech from the Mercury processing platform to offer near-peer jamming and EW capabilities to US pilot training organizations.

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Mercury’s digital RF memory (DRFM)-based reactive jamming subsystems would permit training planners to reprogram missions for various aircraft via a software interface and emulate several National Air and Space Intelligence Center (NASIC)-validated risks. Mercury has offered radar jamming abilities to the Navy’s Airborne Threat Simulation Organization (abbreviated ATSO) since 1987 and has delivered over 600 systems in the last decade.

Mercury also received its initial $20.3 million DRFM production order via ATSO. The new deal includes engineering services to continually update the system’s threat library.

Reference: Shephard Media

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