Initial Operational Capability (IOC):
31 March 2014
Also Known As: Cobra Judy Replacement
Origin: United States of America
Northrop Grumman and Raytheon* (*) lead contractor
Parent System: CJR
Initial Operational Capability (IOC): 31 March 2014
Total Production: 1
Total Cost: USD$1.7 billion
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Description: The Cobra Judy Replacement (CJR) program is being developed by Raytheon to replace the shipboard Cobra Judy radar system through a contract awarded in 2003. CJR features a dual band (S- and X-band) phased array radar system as well as mission equipment. Northrop-Grumman is the supplier for the S-band aperture. It will be integrated on a new ship replacing the USNS Observation Island which carries the Cobra Judy radar system.
The CJR will incorporate technologies applied to THAAD and DD(X) radar system programs to successful achieve a breakthrough in strategic radar systems. The US strategic community, the missile defense agency (MDA) and related communities would be the end customer of long-loiter foreign ballistic missile data gathered by CJR.
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