June 21 2012
The U.S. Navy has authorized Raytheon to proceed to the next phase of the Advanced Airborne Sensor (AAS) program, reports Aviation Week & Space Technology.
After the Milestone B decision, the project will take on development and production planning, towards an eventual critical design review, officials said.
The AAS is a long-range, high-resolution surveillance radar that could replace the aging E-8 JSTARS aircraft. The system is a significantly improved version of the...
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