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EWA Acquisition Further Beefs Up Sigma Defense’s CJADC2 Competencies

Matt Jones,


Sigma Defense

EWA Acquisition Further Beefs Up Sigma Defense’s CJADC2 Competencies

Sigma Defense has acquired Herndon, Virginia-based EWA, an electronic warfare solutions developer with more than 47 years of industry experience and five current locations across the United States. 

In an earlier move to boost its capabilities to support the Department of Defense’s Combined Joint All Domain Command and Control program, Sigma Defense announced its acquisition of Juno Technologies in February. 

According to Matt Jones, Sigma Defense CEO and a 4×24 member, EWA’s electronic warfare systems and solutions come as a “natural fit” for accelerating the delivery of new CJADC2 solutions to DOD customers, Sigma Defense said Monday.

The company added that the addition of EWA’s capabilities and resources to its portfolio will bring a combination of new approaches to tackle the growing military and defense challenges worldwide. Sigma Defense’s portfolio build-up also manifested in the company’s purchase of San Diego-based software development and systems engineering company Solute in January 2022.

Carl Guerreri, EWA founder, CEO and president, noted that since the company’s founding in 1977, it has delivered services to various U.S. defense branches and national security agencies. Joining the Sigma Defense family is the next step in EWA’s evolution to serve CJADC2 requirements, Guerreri added.

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