EDO to Provide ESM System for Korean P-3 Program.
NEW YORK -- EDO Corporation (NYSE NYSE
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The ALR-95 is a state-of-the-art maritime-patrol ESM system that enhances the aircraft's survivability by detecting, identifying, and locating hostile radar signals early and efficiently. With this information, the aircrew is able to react to the threat.
"Early, accurate threat identification is essential for an effective defensive response," said James M. Smith, EDO's chief executive officer. "The selection of EDO's ALR-95 system for the Korean program underscores our strong position in providing airborne ESM systems for the P-3 community."
The P-3, first put into service in the early 1960s, continues to be the primary maritime patrol aircraft not only for the U.S. Navy but also for many international armed forces. The ALR-95 is currently operational on U.S. Navy P-3 Anti-submarine Improvement Program, or AIP AIP acute intermittent porphyria.
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EDO Corporation designs and manufactures a diverse range of products for the defense industry and commercial markets, and provides related engineering and professional services.
Major product groups include: Defense Electronics, Communications, Aircraft Armament Systems, Undersea Warfare, and Integrated Composite Structures. EDO's advanced systems are at the core of the transformation to lighter, faster, and smarter defense capabilities.
EDO (www.edocorp.com) was founded in 1925 and is headquartered in New York City New York City: see New York, city.
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