Raytheon to support US Army’s Sentinel radar
Raytheon has received a contract to provide life cycle support for the US Army’s Sentinel radar, the company announced on 28 January.
The $29 million cost-plus-fixed-fee and firm-fixed-price contract was awarded by the US Army Contracting Command.
The AN/MPQ-64 Sentinel radar is a three-dimensional, phased-array radar system that operates in the X-band frequency range. The radar can automatically detect, track, identify and report airborne threats, including aircraft, cruise missiles and UAS.
Work on this contract will be performed in Fullerton, California and is expected to be complete by 31 December 2022.
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