Raytheon vs. Lockheed in Radar Contract Battle
A bidding war is underway between two of the largest defence firms in the world for stake in a US Air Force mobile tactical radar contract worth $400 million.
Lockheed Martin, alongside ARINC, has met Raytheon’s bid for the Deployable Radar Approach Control (D-RAPCON) programme, submitting a proposal last month for a system to allow Air Force and Air National Guard forces to quickly establish tactical military or disaster-relief airfield operations worldwide.
D-RAPCON intends to see the...
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