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CACI Demonstrator Vehicle to Support Army EW-SIGINT System Tests; Jerry Parker Quoted

Jerry Parker

TYSONS CORNER, VA, November 15, 2018 — CACI International (NYSE: CACI) has provided its Tactical Radio Frequency Exploitation Vehicle to support the U.S. Army‘s efforts to test initial capabilities of the Terrestrial Layer System designed to integrate electronic warfare and signals intelligence, ExecutiveBiz reported Oct. 15.

C4ISRNet reported Oct. 12 that the Army-funded demonstrator vehicle will aid in work under the TLS program as the service branch conducts an analysis of various factors leading to the final capability documents that are anticipated over the next nine months.

Jerry Parker, senior vice president of C4ISR and electronic warfare at CACI, said during last month’s Association of the United States Army annual meeting that the availability of initial funds to test TLS will potentially be in 2020.

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