Raytheon to support Sentinel radar
Raytheon Integrated Defense Systems will support the US Army’s Sentinel radar systems under a $160 million contract announced by the US Department of Defense on 31 July.
The company will provide engineering and technical services to support the radar.
The AN/MPQ Sentinel radar is an air surveillance and target acquisition/tracking sensor. The highly mobile, three-dimensional, phased-array, ground-based air defence radar system operates in the X-band, to automatically detect, track, identify, classify and report airborne threats, including helicopters, high-speed attack aircraft, cruise missiles and UAS.
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