navigation warfare sensor

March 30, 2021
By Maryann Lawlor
Dan Sweet, trainer, Project Manager Positioning Navigation and Timing, instructs a soldier on the mounted assured positioning, navigation and timing system generation 1. As adversaries across the spectrum field new capabilities to disrupt and degrade GPS, soldiers will need more fortifications and assurances in those systems. U.S. Army Photo by John Higgins

The U.S. Army’s Assured Positioning, Navigation and Timing/Space Cross-Functional Team has given the nod to the Navigation Warfare Situational Awareness Abbreviated Capability Development Document. The document validates the operational need and enables experimentation and rapid prototyping of capabilities for the warfighter.

September 30, 2011
By George Seffers

BAE Systems Information and Electronics of Nashua, New Hampshire, is being awarded a $47 million indefinite delivery/indefinite quantity cost plus fixed fee contract for the Trinity program, which seeks to develop a navigation warfare sensor that could replace traditional Global Positioning System receivers on a variety of Department of Defense platforms resulting in a significant increase in the number of future weapon systems operating in highly challenged electromagnetic environments having the capability to support Electronic Support operations as a part of planned missions. Air Force Research Laboratory, Wright-Patterson Air Force base, Ohio is the contracting activity.

September 30, 2011
By George Seffers

Northrop Grumman Space and Mission Systems Corporation, San Diego, California; Rockwell Collins Incorporated, Government Systems, Cedar Rapids, Iowa, and Raytheon Company, Space and Airborne Systems, El Segundo, California, are each being awarded a $47 million indefinite-delivery/indefinite-quantity cost-plus-fixed-fee contract for the Trinity Program, which seeks to develop a "navigation warfare sensor" that could replace traditional Global Positioning System receivers on a variety of Department of Defense platforms, resulting in a significant increase in the number of future weapon systems operating in highly challenged electromagnetic environments, having the capability to support electronic support operations as a part of planned mis