Weapon Systems Engineering

KBRwyle offers a fully-integrated approach to weapon systems engineering which can be adapted to any customer's specific program requirements. KBRwyle’s provides:

  • Requirements definition and validation
  • Test program planning
  • Specification development
  • Cost estimation
  • Risk and tradeoff analyses
  • Modeling and simulation studies
  • Technology maturity and manufacturing assessments

KBRwyle also supports engineering field activities that include airframe structural analyses and modifications, prototype demonstrations, conduct of test and evaluation programs, and flight control development and testing.

KBRwyle’s weapons system engineering work includes:

  • Integrating and testing of the Multifunctional Information Distribution System (MIDS) onto the F/A-18, E-2C and other platforms
  • Supporting the E-2C upgrade program, integrating and testing various airframe, propulsion and mission systems
  • Developing and integrating the Advanced Targeting Forward Looking Infra-Red (ATFLIR), Digital Communications System (DCS), and Shared Reconnaissance Pod (SHARP) into the F/A-18
  • Developing and testing of F/A-18 High Order Language used in the Software Configuration Sets
  • Developing and integrating the Joint Helmet Mounted Cueing System (JHMCS) and AIM-9X Missile onto the F/A-18
  • Drafting and maintaining the integrated program schedules for the F/A-18E/F and E-2C upgrade programs
  • Drafting statements of work and performance specifications for the F/A-18E/F Low Rate Initial Production program
  • Supporting the F/A-18E/F preliminary and critical design reviews
  • Preparing test and evaluation master plans for various programs