NAVWAR

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NAVWARNavigation Warfare
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Serco has supported NAVWAR through the completion of over 1,000 integrated installations on ships and shore facilities worldwide.
NovAtel has a license to manufacture and supply the NAVWAR Electronic Attack Trainer (NEAT), which was initially developed by Defence Research and Development Canada (DRDC).
Finally, the unit will continue its support to end-users worldwide with its NAVWAR and analysis experts, whose requirements are expected to grow as the GPS user operations center continues to mature.
The Association of Old Crows and the Global Positioning System Joint Program Office (GPS JPO) will cosponsor a Navigation Warfare (NAVWAR) conference on February 11-12, 2003, at the Aerospace Corporation, Los Angeles, CA.
The Association of Old Crows will sponsor a Navigation Warfare (NAVWAR) conference on February 11-12, 2003, at the Aerospace Corp., Los Angeles, California.
Inhofe [R-OK] called on Defense Secretary Donald Rumsfeld to provide adequate resources to the Navigation Warfare (NAVWAR) program to insure that the Department of Defense (DoD) develops cost-effective, near-term improvements in the ability of front-line forces to counter jamming of the Global Positioning System (see "Congressman Pitts Critical of GPS Situation," JED, April 2002, p.
I look forward to seeing many of you in Las Vegas and at the Time Critical Targeting Conference at Mitretek, McLean, VA, October 11-12; the Radar/EW Conference, October 25-26, at The Johns Hopkins University, Laurel, MD; the Space/IO Conference, November 8-9 in Colorado Springs, CO; and the NAVWAR III Conference at Mitretek in McLean, VA, December 12-13.
This classified conference will cover the expanding role of NAVWAR with emphasis on threats, vulnerabilities and countermeasures.
Navigation Warfare Award: presented to Steven Ganop for sustained leadership in formulating a methodology and execution plan to define NAVWAR requirements for the next-generation global positioning system.
Stan Alterman led a NAVWAR Conference that clearly illuminated the severe problems with GPS vulnerability to jamming and presented affordable solutions.
A NAVWAR advanced concept technology demonstration (ACTD) focused on validating the technologies for implementing EW countermeasures against satellite navigation systems has been implemented.