BVR to sell simulators to IAF

BVR will provide airborne units and ground stations that compose a comprehensive training package for the system.

By SUSAN LERNER
December 7, 2005 06:53

 
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BVR Systems (1998) Ltd. said it was awarded a contract to provide its In-Flight Electronic Warfare Simulator - IFEWS - product to the Israel Air Force. The contract includes the installation of the IFEWS system on-board the CH-53 Sea Stallion helicopter and the C-130 Hercules aircraft. BVR will provide airborne units and ground stations that compose a comprehensive training package for the system. The IFEWS system is an airborne rangeless embedded simulator for the training and debriefing of electronic warfare scenarios. Rosh Ha'ayin-based BVR did not disclose the value of the deal.

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