JCAD weighs two pounds and occupies 40 cubic inches of space.
"JCAD is sufficiently sensitive to warn aircrews before dangerous dose-level accumulations occur," she said.
JCAD will be integrated [networked] with other chemical detection and evaluation platforms, said Moore.
This is a JCAD feature that the Air Force is determined to maintain, she continued.
After gaining Milestone III approval for JCAD in November 1997, BAE Systems was awarded an engineering, manufacturing and development (EMD) contract.