Northrop Grumman to Unveil Airborne Imaging, Targeting and C4ISR Sensor System

As a leader in the development of targeting and C4ISR sensor systems, Northrop Grumman Corporation has a long history in providing warfighters with advanced systems that allow for rapid responses to changing battle conditions.

On June 2, Northrop Grumman will unveil an airborne sensor system that will give warfighters unprecedented mission flexibility. Among other capabilities, it will bring the latest in infrared search and track (IRST) to U.S. tactical and transport aircraft. The new system will make it possible for maintainers to swap sensors in theatre, without modifications to the aircraft or mission computer.

What: Northrop Grumman to unveil new airborne tactical sensor system
When: Tuesday, June 2, 2015

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