Flyer Defense, LLC has announced that it has delivered Flyer Army Ground Mobility Vehicles (A-GMV) contracted by General Dynamics Mission Systems for integration with the Tactical Electronic Warfare Light (TEWL) system which fills a critical electronic warfare requirement for U.S. Army airborne units.
As noted by the company, vehicles were delivered in August.
In May, Flyer received a contract to build A-GMV. All vehicles were delivered more than a month earlier than the contractual due dates.
The vehicles have been shipped to General Dynamics Mission Systems in Scottsdale, AZ where they will be outfitted with the TEWL system and shipped directly to U.S. Army airborne units.
The new systems, which will be integrated into A-GMVs, would allow for sensing, signals intelligence, electronic warfare and RF-enabled cyberattacks.
General Dynamics’s TEWL is a dedicated all-weather, 24-hour, ground tactical electronic support and electronic attack system that provides the Commander with options to create multiple dilemmas to a designing enemy by decreasing the sensor to shooter timeline. TEWL will enable to detect, locate, identify the enemy and will give the Commander the capability to act/react/counter with non-lethal effects by denying, disrupting, and degrading the enemy’s ability to communicate, coordinate, and synchronize.
CORRECTION: Story corrected on October 27 to note that Flyer Defense deliveries vehicles to GD for integration new electronic warfare system