Program Engagement - Air Warfare
The Air Warfare Systems division oversees and supports Program Managers in planning and executing developmental test and evaluation of more than 45 programs including fighter aircraft; transports; trainers; tankers; manned and unmanned Command, Control, Communications, Computers, Intelligence, Surveillance, and Reconnaissance (C4ISR) aircraft; air-to-air and air-to-ground weapons; and most unmanned and remote piloted aircraft. Responsibilities also include key sensor subsystems and aircraft survivability equipment.

Portfolio Scope

The Air Warfare programs supported by this division are grouped into seven categories:
  • Tactical Aircraft
  • Heavy-Lift Aircraft
  • Sensor Platforms and Special Mission Aircraft
  • Electronic Warfare and Aircraft Self-Protection Systems
  • Weapons
  • Unmanned Aerial Vehicles
  • Radars/Links
The Air Warfare division also oversees cross-cutting efforts including hostile fire indication and aircraft self-protection technologies, Joint Countermeasures T&E Working Group, Helicopter Survivability Task Force, Infrared Countermeasures Study, and aerial target control systems.
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