NAVAIR

Airborne Electronic Attack Systems and EA-6B Program Office (PMA-234) is responsible for acquiring, delivering and sustaining the EA-6B Prowler aircraft and Airborne Electronic Attack (AEA) systems, providing naval aviators with capabilities that enable mission success. Listed below are some of the systems and aircraft that support and enable the Airborne Electronic Attack mission.

 

ALE-43(V) Bulk Chaff Pod

The ALE-43(V)4 is the carrier-based (CV) and U.S. Marine Corps expeditionary dispenser for wide area chaff.

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ALQ-99 Tactical Jamming System

The ALQ-99 Tactical Jamming System is integrated on both the EA-6B and EA-18G aircraft and is designed to provide vital jamming capability against radar and communications targets in the Suppression of Enemy Air Defense (SEAD) role.

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ALQ-231 Intrepid Tiger Pod

The Intrepid Tiger II (IT II) is a precision Electronic Warfare (EW) pod designed to provide U.S.Marine Corps fixed, and rotary wing aircraft with a distributed, adaptable and net-centric Airborne Electronic Attack (AEA) capability that can be controlled from the cockpit or by a ground operator.

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Electronic Warfare Battle Management (EWBM)

The Marine Air Ground Task Force EW 2020 vision is of a distributed, networked approach to EW that is designed to meet the warfighter demand with both capability and capacity.

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Jammer Technique Optimization (JATO) Group

The Jammer Technique Optimization (JATO) group provides engineering, development and test support to develop, evaluate, validate, and provide radar and communications jamming techniques, tactics, procedures, and strategies throughout the lifecycle of the ALQ-99, ALQ-218, and other supported Airborne Electronic Attack (AEA) products.

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Low Band Transmitter (LBT)

The Low Band Transmitter is integrated on both the EA-6B and EA-18G aircraft and is designed to provide vital jamming capability against low frequency radar and communications targets in the Suppression of Enemy Air Defense (SEAD) role.

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Next Generation Jammer

The Next Generation Jammer (NGJ) system is intended to replace the ALQ-99 Tactical Jamming System (TJS) carried on EA-18G aircraft and improve the Airborne Electronic Attack (AEA) capability to address the many diverse and rapidly changing threats on the electronic battlefield.

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