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                Boeing

                Airborne Early Warning & Control

                The Boeing Airborne Early Warning & Control (AEW&C) is a combat-proven weapon system that provides powerful multi-domain surveillance, communications, and networked battle management capabilities, as well as interoperability that multiplies the effectiveness of joint and coalition forces. With the Boeing AEW&C, you can see farther, communicate more effectively, and make faster and more informed decisions to achieve your mission objectives.

                Ready for any mission

                Capable

                A critical enabler to surveillance and air dominance, the AEW&C offers the most advanced, state-of-the-art airborne moving target indicator capability (AMTI) available today.

                Based on a Boeing Next-Generation 737, the AEW&C’s radar provides a full 360-degree surveillance capability with sector emphasis and other techniques to dynamically adjust to emerging tactical situations. Sector emphasis extends detection range without the need to fly closer to threat situations.

                Fully interoperable, the AEW&C brings battle management to the tactical edge of the battle space. The mission processing capability provides real-time analytics for targeting and processes critical data throughout all phases of threat engagement with little or no latency. Programmable chaff and flares operate as a defensive countermeasure against threats, increasing the aircraft’s survivability.

                Available, Reliable and Sustainable

                Operating successfully around the globe for more than a decade, the AEW&C is a mature and combat-proven platform, in production and available when called upon. On average, current AEW&C operators experience higher operational availability rates that allow it to spend more time in the skies. Compared to the E-3 AWACS, overall operating costs are estimated to be 66% less, and because the AEW&C has more operational capability, less jets and manpower are needed to deliver the increased capability.

                Future Growth

                The future battlespace will be more complex, dynamic and unconventional. To be able to defeat advanced threats and accomplish missions, the AEW&C’s Open Mission Systems (OMS) architecture capability is key. In 2020 ground and flight tests, Boeing married the OMS-compliant battle management command and control (BMC2) system to Northrop Grumman’s advanced, wide-band active electronically scanned array (AESA). Customers will have more flexibility to add or upgrade capabilities, select third-party vendors and determine implementation schedules.

                AEW&C Feature Stories

                7 3 7 Airborne Early Warning and Control flying overhead

                AEW&C Open Mission Systems validated in operational environment

                November 9, 2020 in Defense, Technology

                The Airborne Early Warning & Control (AEW&C) platform took another step forward in the drive toward validating an open mission systems (OMS) approach on this midsize jet-powered aircraft.

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                7 3 7 Airborne Early Warning and Control flying in the clouds

                The Future is Now: AEW&C demos Open Mission Systems

                October 5, 2020 in Defense, Technology

                The future battlespace is upon us. It’s more complex. More dynamic. More unconventional. To be able to defeat advanced threats and accomplish missions, military aircraft must have the ability to not only evolve, but evolve quicker than ever.

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                Final Peace Eagle A E W and C flying to Turkey

                Boeing Delivers Final Peace Eagle AEW&C Aircraft to Turkey

                December 9, 2015 in Defense, Technology

                Turkish fleet reaches full strength with four aircraft and ground support systems

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                Peace Eagle A E W and C Aircraft for Turkey by a hanger

                Boeing Delivers 3rd Peace Eagle Aircraft to Turkey

                September 9, 2014 in Defense, Technology

                Airborne Early Warning and Control aircraft bolsters self-defense capabilities

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                Final Peace Eagle A E W and C Aircraft flying to Turkey

                Boeing Delivers 1st Peace Eagle Aircraft to Turkish Armed Forces

                February 10, 2014 in Defense, Technology

                Airborne Early Warning and Control provides advanced surveillance and battle management capabilities

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                A E W and C Aircraft flying

                Boeing Defence Australia Takes on Prime Role for Wedgetail Sustainment

                July 30, 2013 in Defense, Technology

                Boeing Defence Australia (BDA) has taken over prime responsibility for supporting the Royal Australian Air Force E-7A Wedgetail Airborne Early Warning & Control (AEW&C) fleet from Boeing in the U.S

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                2 Final Peace Eagle A E W and C Aircraft flying side by side

                Boeing's Final Design for Wedgetail AEW&C Airborne Mission Segment Accepted by Australia

                December 20, 2012 in Defense, Technology

                Acceptance completes acquisition of Airborne Early Warning and Control aircraft and mission systems

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                Final Peace Eagle A E W & C Aircraft on tarmac

                Boeing Delivers Final Peace Eye AEW&C Aircraft to Republic of Korea Air Force

                October 31, 2012 in Defense, Technology

                Airborne surveillance and battle management capability delivered 5 weeks ahead of schedule in partnership with local industry

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                A E W and C Aircraft Wedgetail flying

                Boeing Delivers Final Wedgetail AEW&C Aircraft to Australia

                June 4, 2012 in Defense, Technology

                The Boeing Company on May 2 delivered the sixth and final Wedgetail Airborne Early Warning and Control (AEW&C) aircraft to the Royal Australian Air Force

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                Joint Force Multiplier

                Interoperability multiplies the effectiveness of existing forces.

                Chart of capabilities the 7 3 7 airborne early warning and control has

                Technical Specifications

                Airframe 737-700 increased gross weight (IGW) airframe
                Radar Northrop Grumman “MESA” electronically scanned array radar system with 360 degrees/Air and Maritime modes/200 + nmi range/All Weather
                IFF 300 nmi
                System Architecture Open
                Consoles Open
                Operational ceiling 41,000 ft
                Range 3,500 nmi
                Flight Crew 2
                Mission Crew 6 to 10

                Customers

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                  Australia

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                  South Korea

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                  Turkey

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                  United Kingdom