In the wake of Lockheed Martin's protest, the U.S. Navy issued a stop-work order Oct. 23 on the contract it gave Raytheon earlier this month for its Air and Missile Defense Radar (AMDR). “We submitted a technically compliant solution at a very affordable price,” Lockheed spokesman Keith Little said last week. “We do not believe the merits of our offering were properly considered.” Lockheed was believed by many industry observers to be the incumbent as it is the Aegis combat system prime ...
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