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Air Force Issues Battle Mgmt Tech RFI

Air Force logoThe U.S. Air Force is seeking ideas on how to engineer and update battle management systems for the branch’s E-3 airborne warning and control aircraft.

An April 3 FedBizOpps post states that the Air Force wants a BM/C2 airborne moving target indication technology intended to work in anti-access and area denial environments.

Proposals must include strategies to address system survivability and technical maturity beyond 2030 and offer information on interfaces and communication features.

The branch is also interested in distributed and centralized assets as well as manned or unmanned platforms, according to the request for information.

Industry can send responses to the RFI through May 19.

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