1. Lockheed jammer for Strykers, AMPVs on ‘good path,’ Army official says

    By Colin Demarest WASHINGTON — A combined electronic warfare, signals intelligence and cyber weapon being developed by Lockheed Martin is “on a good path” to realization, following soldier testing this year, according to a U.S. Army official. The Terrestrial Layer System-Brigade Co
  2. CACI team focusing on software, signals following US Army jammer deal

    By Colin Demarest WASHINGTON — A CACI International team will spend the coming months refining software and concentrating on “signals of interest” after winning a $1.5 million electronic warfare contract from the U.S. Army. The service last month tapped CACI-owned Mastodon Design t