Air Force Seeks Sources of E-3G AWACS Aircraft Replacement

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The U.S. Air Force has released a request for information on aircraft that could replace its Boeing-built E-3G Airborne Warning and Control System aircraft.

According to a sources sought notice on SAM.gov, the Air Force is looking for companies that can deliver at least two production representative prototype command, control, intelligence, surveillance and reconnaissance aircraft before 2030.

The service branch wants potential replacements to feature the same capabilities as its existing AWACS fleet, including an on-board battle management command and control system, line-of-sight and beyond-line-of-sight communications, air refueling technology and an airborne moving target indication radar.

Interested companies can submit their responses to the Air Force on or before March 10, ahead of a planned contract award in the fiscal year 2023.

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