Report: MADL wins race for DOD’s data link race for stealth jets

I guess it’s “so long, so wrong” for Rockwell Collins’ once-heralded Tactical Targeting Network Technology (TTNT).

InsideDefense.com’s subscription-only service reports this afternoon that the Pentagon has selected the Harris Multifunction Advanced Data Link (MADL) for both the F-22A and the F-35.

Several years of debate over the future wideband networking systems for stealth jets appears to be over — at least until the next administration anyway!

This report comes out a month after I posted a chart on this blog showing MADL as the future “advanced tactical data link” and the TTNT as strangely absent.




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