Electronic Warfare Upgrades Tested

Lockheed Martin and Raytheon demonstrated an electronic attack solution for the US Navy\\\\\\\'s Surface Electronic Warfare Improvement Program during the multinational \\\\\\\'Rim of the Pacific\\\\\\\' maritime exercise near Hawaii. The team completed land-based integration and test activities of its SEWIP Block 3 solution earlier this year at Lockheed Martin\\\\\\\'s new 3.5 million dollar electronic-warfare test facility in Syracuse, N.Y. The proposed system then went to sea on Lockheed Martin\\\\\\\'s mobile Integrated Common Electronic Warfare System test bed to demonstrate improvements to the fleet\\\\\\\'s capability to electronically attack anti-ship missiles. SEWIP is a development of upgrades to the AN/SLQ-32 electronic warfare system installed on all US surface combatants to improve missile defence capabilities and to counter enemy targeting and surveillance.

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