Indo-Pacific Capabilities

Defining Possible in Transformative Technologies

Advancing and Connecting Military Capabilities to Ensure Readiness on the Battlefield Today and Tomorrow

Northrop Grumman develops cost-effective, adaptable future-proof products produced with state-of-the-art technology to meet and defeat developing near-peer threats. 

Benefitting from more than eight decades of technology innovation, Northrop Grumman executes with speed and discipline, investing in technology, and scaling our facilities to deliver the capabilities our customers need now to respond to growing threats tomorrow. With a history of producing force multiplier products and platforms, Northrop Grumman delivers integrated open mission systems, and advanced end-to-end digital capabilities to connect the joint forces as one in the Indo-Pacific region.

B-2 Stealth Bomber inflight

B-2 Spirit Stealth Bomber

Northrop Grumman is the B-2 prime contractor leading an industry team that works with the Air Force to modernize the B-2. We're ensuring that it remains fully mission capable against evolving worldwide threats.

A range of upgrade programs are improving the B-2's lethality: its ability to collect, process and disseminate battlefield information with joint force commanders or other local first responders worldwide, and its ability to receive updated target information during a mission.

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E-2D Advanced Hawkeye

With a two-generation leap in radar sensor capability and a robust network enabled capability, the Advanced Hawkeye delivers critical, actionable data to joint forces and first responders. These advances provide warfighters with the necessary situational awareness to compress the time between initial awareness and active engagement. Advanced Hawkeye is the cornerstone of the U.S. Navy’s theater air and missile defense architecture in the littorals, overland, and open sea.

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Integrated Battle Command System

IBCS is a revolutionary command and control system that unifies current and future systems regardless of source, service or domain. Through its network enabled, modular, open and scalable architecture, IBCS gives warfighters capabilities they never had before by fusing sensor data for a single actionable picture of the full battlespace. This ready now capability gives warfighters more time to make decisions on how best to defeat threats and is a foundational element for enabling joint and coalition, multi-domain operations. IBCS is in production, being fielded in Poland, and planned for deployment in Defense of Guam as part of the U.S. Army program of record for integrated air and missile defense modernization.

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AN/TPS-80 Ground/Air Task-Oriented Radar (G/ATOR)

This multi-mission air surveillance system can detect, identify, and track airborne threats common to combat environments. These include cruise missiles, aircraft and remotely piloted vehicles, as well as rocket, artillery and mortar fire. The long-range, high-performance AN/TPS-80 consolidates the air surveillance, air defense and counterfire target acquisition missions of the AN/TPQ-46, UPS-3, AN/TPS-63, AN/MPQ-62 and AN/TPS-73 into one package with radar, power and communications elements.

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Maritime Targeting Cell (MTC)

Supports the Department of Defense’s strategy for its Joint All-Domain Command and Control (JADC2) mission to conduct multi-domain operations by providing critical data to the frontline.

  • Fully integrates data from multiple assets into a single mobile system.
  • Reduces sensor-to-shooter timelines and maximize the effectiveness of long-range precision fires.
  • Allows for rapid assembly for quick and agile maneuverability with ground forces.
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Northrop Grumman Demonstrates Critical Capabilities in Indo-Pacific Region Exercises

Indo-Pacific Contact

Samantha Valencia