The U.S. Army is tapping Raytheon to supply its soldiers with radars that will help protect them from airborne attacks. The contract will see Raytheon deliver 50 Enhanced Sentinel A3 radars to the Army by the end of 2022. Raytheon also won a $29-million contract to provide support for the radars over their life cycle.
The mobile ground-based radars are designed to counter enemy aircraft and missiles from forward troop positions. The Sentinel is a 3D radar operating in the X-Band frequency that …
Source URL: Raytheon Wins -Million and -Million Contracts for Advanced Sentinel Radars
Source Website: Advance Engineering – Engineering.com