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Northrop Grumman’s short-range Counter-Unmanned Aerial Systems (C-UAS) command and control (C2) system has successfully completed the most complex system test to date.

Forward Area Air Defence Command and Control served as the C2 system for all C-UAS assets used to detect and intercept a variety of weapons during the final tests and live fire trials at the Yuma Test Site in Arizona.

“Our battle-proven Counter UAS C2 system is constantly adapting to meet current and future threats. As we have shown, our open architecture can rapidly integrate new capabilities from across the battlefield” said Christine Harbison, Vice President and General Manager of Northrop Grumman Combat Systems and Mission Readiness.

The test included several complex segments involving live fire scenarios where the FAAD C2, integrated with eight sensors and six effectors simultaneously, was used to defend against coordinated rocket, artillery and mortar and unmanned aerial vehicle systems attacks.

The US military’s live fire test evaluated the latest C-UAS system performance before deploying the systems for operational use. The FAAD C2 has been deployed in several operational tests, simultaneously carrying out short-range air defence, C-UAS and counter-rocket, artillery and mortar missions.

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