03 May 2015

CREW


Counter Radio Electronic Warfare (CREW)

System Test and Evaluation (T&E) Services
U.S. Army Test and Evaluation Command (ATEC), Army Evaluation Center (AEC)
December 2012


T&E is the process by which a system or components are compared against requirements and specifications through testing. The results are evaluated to assess progress of design, performance, supportability, etc. Developmental test and evaluation is an engineering tool used to reduce risk throughout the defense acquisition cycle. Operational test and evaluation is the actual or simulated employment, by typical users, of a system under realistic operational conditions.

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Project Detail

The Counter Radio Electronic Warfare (CREW) Duke system is the most widely deployed counter-IED system protecting our warfighters against roadside bombs. The vehicle-mounted, lightweight system neutralizes Improvised Explosive Device (IED) threats and gives U.S. troops a tactical advantage across the full spectrum of operations.

CREW Duke uses an advanced software-defined architecture that supports rapid reconfiguration to adapt to the constantly evolving threat environment.