Next-generation jammer, digitized tanks, and advanced sensors highlight Rapid Fire chat

NASHUA, N.H., 5 Feb. 2014. Raytheon gets back to work on the Next-Generation Jammer, the U.S. Army orders 12 digitized main battle tanks, and the Air Force prepares industry for an upcoming radar and electro-optical sensors research program highlight this week's Rapid Fire interview with John Keller and Ernesto Burden of Military & Aerospace Electronics.

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NASHUA, N.H., 5 Feb. 2014. Raytheon gets back to work on the Next-Generation Jammer, the U.S. Army orders 12 digitized main battle tanks, and the Air Force prepares industry for an upcoming radar and electro-optical sensors research program highlight this week's Rapid Fire interview with John Keller and Ernesto Burden of Military & Aerospace Electronics.

Each week the Military & Aerospace Electronics exclusive Rapid Fire interview at Google Hangouts highlights and discusses the top three stories of this week, chosen by John Keller, chief editor of Military & Aerospace Electronics.

Readers can see the top three stories for Rapid Fire this week online. Click on the headlines below for details and complete stories.

Raytheon to resume work on NGJ after BAE Systems protest held program up for nearly seven months

General Dynamics gets contract to build 12 advanced main battle tanks with digital vetronics

Air Force tells industry to prepare for upcoming RF and electro-optical research program

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