January 2006
Sea Power;Jan2006, Vol. 49 Issue 1, p66
The focuses on the major intelligence, surveillance and reconnaissance systems of the United States Navy. The systems include the distributed common ground/surface system-Navy; volume search radar; SPQ-9B radar; Spy-1 multifunction radar; SPS-48 radar; SPS-49 radar; SPY-3 multifunction radar; BPS-15 and BPS-16 submarine search radar; Integrated radar/optical sighting and surveillance system and ship protection system and the UQQ-2 surface towed-array sensor system.


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