Elisra to supply electronic warfare avionics to South Korea

Government decision-makers in South Korea sought to infuse its C-130 transport aircraft avionics with electronic warfare capabilities.

Sep 1st, 2009

Government decision-makers in South Korea sought to infuse its C-130 transport aircraft avionics with electronic warfare capabilities. They found their solution at Elisra Electronic Systems Ltd. in Bene Berak, Israel.

Bene Berak won a $25 million contract to supply the South Korean government with electronic warfare systems for the avionics systems on Korea’s C-130 four-engine turboprop transport aircraft. The advanced integrated airborne electronic warfare suite includes protection systems against various radar-guided and heat-seeking missiles.

This contract marks the second that Elisra, a subsidiary of Elbit Systems, has received for aircraft electronic warfare systems from the Republic of Korea.

For more information, visit Elisra online at www.elisra.com.

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