BAE Systems and DRS have agreed to work together on an upgraded version of BAE’s Common Missile Warning System for U.S. Army fixed-wing and rotary-wing aircraft. The companies, which signed a memorandum of understanding, are developing a system that would warn pilots about advanced infrared threats. BAE plans to integrate a Leonardo DRS infrared sensor into its system.  “By merging Leonardo DRS’ extensive infrared sensors expertise with our proven threat warning ...

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