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Program Total Value (in millions) AIEWS $199 SHARP $134 Mk 92 Fire-Control System $50 IR Maverick $2 Surface/Air-Launched Harpoon $125 SLAM $7 JSOW B $270 ALAM $36 ICWS $50 RMS $390
Informed industry sources indicate that Lockheed Martin Naval Electronics and Sensor Systems (Syracuse, NY) plans to continue the final stages of development for the cancelled AIEWS program over the next six months using some $15 million of its own funds.
The AIEWS had been slated for installation aboard over 140 Navy vessels, including Arleigh Burke-class destroyers, Ticonderoga-class cruisers, Enterprise-class aircraft carriers, San Antonio- and Wasp-class amphibious ships and the developmental DDX destroyer.
Foremost among these is perhaps its Advanced Integrated EW System (AIEWS), which is slated to replace the venerable AN/SLQ-32 onboard over 140 US Navy vessels.
The AIEWS program has a checkered history, with slipping schedules and threats of cancellation amid successful design reviews.
Another interesting element of AIEWS Increment 2 is a capability for countering missiles with IR and electro-optical (EO) seekers.
The US Navy's Advanced Integrated EW System (AIEWS), produced by Lockheed Martin Naval Electronics and Sensor Systems (Syracuse, NY), is just one such system (as is the BFTT, although the Navy has yet to implement this capability for doctrinal reasons).
The AIEWS has two modes of training that an operator may select: additive or substitutive.
For the US Navy, Lockheed Martin Naval Electronics and Surveillance Systems (Syracuse, NY) is developing the AN/SLY-2(V) Advanced Integrated Electronic Warfare System (AIEWS), and new builds for the UK, France, and Italy will receive integrated EW suites as well.
The AIEWS will replace the AN/SLO-32( V), the AN/WLR- I H(V) and the AN/SSO-82(V) aboard a variety of US Navy ships, and the DD-2 I land-attack destroyer is also slated to receive the systmes (see "DD-21 Blue and Gold Teams Sprint for the Green." JED, May 2001, p.
"The ship will also have a fully integrated EW suite, including the Advanced Integrated EW System (AIEWS).
Under government contract to the Navy's Theater Air Defense Program Office, DSR is supporting open-system-architecture design and prototyping activities for AIEWS risk reduction.