Promise – next year to the U.S. Navy Grumman E-2D to deliver 3 AWACS
E-2D “Advanced Hawkeye” aircraft system development and demonstration phase has successfully completed 94%
According to Northrop Grumman’s website December 11, 2009 report in December 9, Northrop Grumman’s airborne early warning and battle management command and control projects, vice director of 吉姆卡尔莫 held in Amsterdam in 2009 airborne early warning and battle management has done a project review meeting, saying the E-2D “Advanced Hawkeye “Aircraft projects demonstrate success in 2011 for initial operational test and evaluation. He said, E-2D “Advanced Hawkeye” aircraft system development and demonstration phase has successfully completed 94% of the flight test to date has achieved some good results.
Kaer Mo said, Northrop Grumman will be delivered on schedule in 2010 to three U.S. Navy pilot production of small quantities of E-2D “Advanced Hawkeye” aircraft, now before the progress in the manufacture of aircraft good.
E-2D “Advanced Hawkeye” airborne early warning aircraft is designed to provide current and future mission requirements for situational awareness on the threats of air strikes to provide early warning, the task of improving the effectiveness of fighter aircraft. “Advanced Hawkeye” equipped with the latest R & D AN/APY-9 electronically scanned array (ESA) radar, Cooperative Engagement Capability (CEC) systems, electronic support measures, separation of the dashboard sensor, equipped with the “Aegis” combat system surface warships to cooperate in long-range cruise missiles within range of detection, tracking and interception. E-2D “Advanced Hawkeye” provides unparalleled situational awareness of maritime areas, including people/unmanned aircraft, airspace control, monitoring of surface ships operations, civil support and tactical command and control forces. (China Shipping Information Center Jiaochun Kun)
Photos: U.S. E-2D Advanced Hawkeye mass production