September 28 2015
The U.S. Army has chosen Northrop Grumman for a new long-range radar program, reports the defense firm.
The deal covers the development of a synthetic aperture radar/ground-moving target indicator system for the Airborne Reconnaissance Low-Enhance (ARL-E) DHC-8 aircraft, according to Northrop on Thursday.
Northrop's solution combines active electronically scanned array (AESA) technology with prove hardware and software to meet the Army's all-weather and long-range...
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