Upstate Scientific, a company that employs a systems approach to the integration of their products with existing and planned military and commercial systems, has developed the Wind-farm Airborne Radar Processor (WARP) to be used as a part of the Navy’s Airborne Early Warning Radar (E2D) systems. The WARP’s function is to significantly reduce the clutter produced by radar returns from wind turbines. This clutter makes it extremely difficult to detect and track desired moving targets that are spatially located in close proximity to these wind turbines. The WARP uses a multi-layered approach to unobtrusively mitigate the clutter returns. This unobtrusive nature is a result of its innovative signal processing technique that can operate transparently to the current fielded radar system. All that the WARP requires is digital I & Q data from the existing fielded radar, as well as outputs from the existing track processor. Once the clutter has been reduced and desired targets are detected the information is injected back into the radar’s existing data processing chain. It will be necessary for Upstate Scientific to work closely with Lockheed Martin Company to ensure swift and seamless integration into the E2D radar produced for the Navy by them.