Airline Missile Defense

Northrop Grumman expects to flight test its commercial aircraft protection system in flight tests on a Boeing 747 and MD-11 later this year. The company’s anti-missile system, called Guardian, is based on the company’s Directional Infrared Countermeasures (DIRCM) system which is used on military aircraft and has been proven effective against ground-based shoulder-fired missiles. |

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