Herley provides electronic warfare systems for Navy attack aircraft

U.S. Navy officials sought complex integrated microwave assemblies (IMAs) for electronic warfare systems aboard a U.S. Navy electronic attack aircraft.

U.S. Navy officials sought complex integrated microwave assemblies (IMAs) for electronic warfare systems aboard a U.S. Navy electronic attack aircraft. They found their solution at Herley Industries Inc.’s Herley CTI subsidiary in Whippany, N.J.

Herley CTI won a $2.3 million contract award from a U.S. defense contractor to manufacture the electronic-warfare IMAs.

“This award is in addition to an $8.2 million award to Herley New England, for a combined award of $10.5 million for this customer and program,” Herley’s chairman and CEO, Myron Levy, explains.

For more information, visit Herley CTI at www.herley.com.

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