Electronic Warfare: Navy's New Radar Warning Receiver Needs More Testing.
GENERAL ACCOUNTING OFFICE WASHINGTON DC NATIONAL SECURITY AND INTERNATIONAL A FFAIRS DIV
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Despite numerous performance problems that surfaced in developmental testing of the ALR-67V3, the adverse consequences from the premature procurement of the original ALR-67 and the ALR-67V2, and having already produced sufficient test articles for all operational testing, the Navy plans to commit to low-rate production of the ALR-67V3 before determining through completion of operational testing that the system is operationally effective and operationally suitable. As a result, the Navy risks procuring a deficient system that may require expensive modifications and retrofit to achieve adequate performance.
- Radar Countermeasures