$23M Modification for NextGen Missile Warning Sub-systems

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Northrop Grumman Systems Corp. in Rolling Meadows, IL received a $23.7 million undefinitized contract modification to develop and test countermeasures that could protect airliners, transport aircraft, and other airplanes from anti-aircraft missiles. The Next Generation (NexGen) Missile Warning Subsystem will be integrated into the Large Aircraft Infrared Countermeasures (LAIRCM) system and installation on the C-130H3 Hercules aircraft, and live fire testing and flight-testing of NexGen Systems is included in this contract. There will also be two options associated with this contract...

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