Military Embedded Systems

Electronic attack system to be integrated into Army ground vehicles


September 11, 2020

Emma Helfrich

Technology Editor

Military Embedded Systems

Flyer Defense photo.

LOS ANGELES, Calif. In August, Flyer Defense, LLC (Flyer), company specializing in mission-specialized, lightweight, high mobility, all-terrain tactical wheeled vehicles, delivered vehicles 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.

According to General Dynamics, the TEWL system is a dedicated all-weather, 24-hour, ground tactical electronic support and electronic attack system designed to decrease the sensor to shooter timeline.

In May, Flyer received a contract to build Army Ground Mobility Vehicles (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, Ariz. where they will be outfitted with the TEWL system and shipped directly to U.S. Army airborne units.

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