India Wants New Airborne Jamming Aircraft

By Asia-Pacific Staff .
Source: AWIN First .

The Indian air force (IAF) has called for information to support the acquisition of nine new special-mission aircraft for communications jamming, signals intelligence and surveillance. The IAF has spent two years writing its detailed requirements in a request for information that has gone to companies in countries that include the U.S. and Israel. The acquisition would fill airborne special-mission requirements currently serviced by a small fleet of Gulfstream III SRA electronic-intelligence (elint) jets operated by the country’s external intelligence agency, RAW. The IAF requires seven aircraft to be hard-wired for communications jamming, surveillance and target-towing missions (three with jamming equipment installed), and the other two specifically for signals-intelligence (sigint) duties ...

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