FARNBOROUGH — After a protracted protest from losing contractor Northrop Grumman, Raytheon has finally restarted work for the U.S. Air Force on a radar designed to find and track individuals on the ground. The company, thought to be a dark horse, had previously won the contract. However, work was halted after Northrop Grumman, which builds the Vader radar optimized for the same mission, launched a protest. Northrop Grumman had built Vader under a Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency ...
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