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Singapore declassifies IAI radar
The Republic of Singapore Air Force (RSAF) put its new Israeli Aerospace Industries (IAI) Elta Systems radar through its paces at the recent Exercise Cope Tiger.
The ELM-2084 S-band unit, known as the Multi-Mission Radar (MMR) in RSAF service, was revealed for the first time in the multilateral exercise between Thailand, Singapore and the US.
Incidentally, the radar is a key component of Israel's Iron Dome air defence system, giving strength to the rumours that Singapore itself also has Iron Dome.
The ELM-2084 active electronically scanned array (AESA) 3-D radar formed part of the ground-based air defence during Cope Tiger, an ...
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