NORTHROP GRUMMAN has submitted its bid for the U.K. Airborne Standoff Radar (ASTOR) program. The company's bid, like Lockheed Martin's, is based on the Gulfstream V. The third competitor, Raytheon, is proposing to install its system on a Canadair Global Express. Northrop Grumman will be in charge of the ground surveillance sensor suite. Team member British Aerospace is responsible for aircraft integration, logistics support, defensive aids, and satellite communications. Computing Devices ...

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