As the U.S. Army briefs defense firms on why they lost a lucrative intelligence collection aircraft program, industry executives are weighing whether to protest Boeing’s win. Boeing’s acquisition of Digital Receiver Technology (DRT), a small Maryland firm focusing on building signals intelligence (sigint) equipment, was a discriminator in the company’s recent win of a U.S. Army intelligence, surveillance and reconnaissance (ISR) collector for use in Afghanistan, says Roger Krone, who ...

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