For successful operations of an airborne Active Electronically-Scanned Array (AESA) radar, which has various advantages over traditional radar systems, accurate and robust navigation is critical. This paper discusses a study on the performance analysis of an integrated navigation based on the Embedded GPS/INS (EGI) system for an aircraft equipped with an AESA radar. The models for generating the inputs for the GPS/IMU are developed. A navigation filter for a loosely-coupled GPS/IMU system is constructed. Overall navigation performance assessment procedure using a six degree of freedom aircraft simulator - along with the GPS/IMU models and the navigation filter - is introduced. The steps of the performance analysis procedure are explained using a comprehensive case study.