Project Peregrine – a boost for RAAF’s electronic warfare capability

Project Peregrine, announced in March last year, will deliver four highly specialised Electronic Warfare support aircraft to the RAAF, with the first scheduled to arrive in late 2022 or early 2023. With a budget of A$2.46 billion, it will deliver modified Gulfstream G550 business jets that will form a growing part of airborne EW and be a crucial link between other platforms such as F-35s, Wedgetail and Growler. Each Peregrine will also have connectivity with ground forces and naval assets.

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  1. Australia New Zealand Defender has announced that the AP-3C (9EW) Orions will not fly again.
    Have any Peregrines been delivered?

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