B-2 bombers get new RADARS

B-2 bombers get new RADARS
Northrop Grumman Corporation successfully graduated from the program from equipping strategic stealth B-2 bombers with new airborne radar developed by programmke RMP (Radar Modernization Program), reports Today ASDNews.
 
Northrop Grumman is a subcontractor
V-2— The flagship building of the distant strike the U.S. Air Force. The entire park
V-2is composed of 509 th Bomber Wing stationed at the base of Whiteman (Missouri). It is reported that each bomber modernization took place ahead of schedule from 1 to 11 days.
 
Radar developed by Raytheon Space & Airborne Systems (El Segundo, pcs. CA) under a contract with Northrop Grumman. Radar has enhanced the ability of the active phased array (AESA), a new power supply and improved receivers / transmitters.
 
B-2 is able to overcome a strong enemy air defense system over long distances with great combat load. Bombers holding oversized combat abilities, able to protect U.S. interests in the world.
V-2can fly at a distance of over 6,000 miles without refueling, with one refueling aircraft can overcome more than 10,000 miles, reaching at least some part of the globe.

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