Rockwell Collins said it was selected to upgrade the onboard avionic systems for eight P3-C patrol aircraft. The work is covered under a contract for the Korean navy under a program with L-3 Mission Integration.
Troy Brunk, general manager for airborne programs at Rockwell Collins, said in a statement the program would help ensure a legacy of success for Korean naval operations.
"[South Korean navy] pilots will experience greater situational awareness and communications capabilities with the highly advanced avionics on board these aircraft," he said in a statement Tuesday from Singapore.
The so-called Flight2 avionics system includes upgrades to the surveillance systems on the P-3C as well as the primary flight displays and flight management systems.
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