Home / Press Releases / BAE Delivers 150th Threat Identification Antenna to Navy; Dave Logan Comments

BAE Delivers 150th Threat Identification Antenna to Navy; Dave Logan Comments

Dave Logan

TYSONS CORNER, VA, August 8, 2018 — BAE Systems has marked the 150th delivery of its OE-120 identification friend-or-foe antenna system to the U.S. Navy, which uses the technology aboard ships to help optimize situational awareness and detect potential threats, ExecutiveBiz reported July 26.

The company said July 25 the electronically scanned shipboard antenna, which also supports air traffic management systems, is currently deployed across 150 U.S. and allied naval vessels and originally designed to supplement the Aegis Combat System.

“[The] team has successfully delivered the OE-120 antenna for more than 30 years, offering navies around the world constant fleet protection,” noted Dave Logan, vice president and general manager of BAE’s command, control, computers, communications, intelligence, surveillance and reconnaissance systems business area.

About Executive Mosaic: Founded in 2002, Executive Mosaic is a leadership organization and media company. Executive Mosaic offers highly coveted executive events, breaking business news on the Government Contracting industry, and robust and reliable content through seven influential websites and four consequential E-newswires. Headquarters are located in Tysons Corner, VA. www.executivemosaic.com

Contact:
Jason Scott
(703) 226-7003
jason.scott@executivemosaic.com

Check Also

Six Firms to Support DoD Environmental Mission Under Potential $90M Contract

The U.S. Air Force has awarded six companies spots on a potential $90M contract to support construction projects and provide services for the Department of Defense's environmental efforts.

Raytheon Completes FLIR System to Support Soldiers Fields of View; Sam Deneke Quoted

Raytheon Company has developed, manufactured and delivered its first 3rd GEN FLIR sensor system under a U.S. Army contract awarded in 2016. This latest Forward-Looking Infrared (FLIR) system to support soldiers four fields of view, the company announced on Wednesday.