Now that Lockheed Martin has decided to drop its protest against the recent award of the U.S. Navy’s Air And Missile Defense Radar (AMDR) contract to Raytheon, the next step for the company is to find a way to stitch its vaunted Aegis combat system together with the service’s future radar. Jim Sheridan, the director of Lockheed’s Aegis U.S. Navy program, says discussions have not yet started with Raytheon, but the name for the Aegis system to be incorporated into AMDR will be ...


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