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US Army is looking for updates to its electronic warfare planning tool
Mark Pomerleau
 

WASHINGTON — The Army is looking for potentially more vendors and capabilities for its Electronic Warfare Planning and Management Tool.

EWMPT, which provides for mission planning and management within the electromagnetic spectrum, has been developed thus far by Raytheon and has taken advantage of what it calls software capability drops to add incremental capabilities. The system is also thought to be the front runner for the joint force to manage the electromagnetic spectrum.

A new request for information published Nov. 24 is looking to add to what’s been already been developed. The notice states that the software for the program is entering sustainment and the request is to continue development of capability drop 4.

https://www.c4isrnet.com/electronic-warfare/2020/11/25/us-army-is-looking-for-updates-to-its-electronic-warfare-planning-tool/
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