Raytheon to supply QEWR spares
Raytheon will provide spares in support of the Qatar Early Warning Radar (QEWR) under a contract modification announced on 1 August.
Work under the $36 million foreign military sales modification will run until August 2023.
Raytheon was contracted to supply the QEWR in 2017.
The radar provides long-range detection to Qatar's layered Integrated Air and Missile Defense architecture, which includes Patriot systems and an Air Defense Operation Center. The system is designed to operate 24 hours a day, 365 days a year, with very few operators and maintainers.
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