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Quad A 2018: BAE wins missile warning contract

26th April 2018 - 15:00 GMT | by Ashley Roque in Nashville


BAE Systems has secured a contract worth up to $97.9 million to develop a missile warning system that will protect US Army aviation pilots and crew members. 

As part of the deal, BAE Systems will develop the Quick Reaction Capability (QRC), a next-generation missile warning system and hostile fire protection capability to better protect army aircraft, the company announced 26 April.

'Army aviators are facing an evolving threat environment that requires advanced detection capabilities,' Paul Markwardt, vice president and general manager of Survivability, Targeting and Sensing Solutions at BAE Systems, said in an announcement. 'Our system will provide the

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Ashley Roque


Ashley Roque

Ashley Roque joined Shephard Media in January 2018 as its North American Editor, based in …

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