Raytheon Sets Up Test Site At White Sands For Navy JLENS Testing

By Lee Hudson / December 21, 2011 at 4:52 PM
Raytheon has established a new test site for the Joint Land Attack Cruise Missile Elevated Netted Sensor System and the Navy's Aegis Weapon System, according to Mark Rose, Raytheon's JLENS program director. Testing done at the site will feature the Navy's land-based ship simulator Desert Ship (LLS-1), which is equipped with both the Aegis Weapon System and Raytheon's JLENS. The service is interested in JLENS' cruise missile defense capabilities because it is a more affordable alternative to aircraft surveillance, Rose...

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