Following its recent acquisition of Sensis, Saab looks poised to leapfrog into the big pond when it comes to U.S. military radar competition. Sensis, a radar systems manufacturer located in East Syracuse, N.Y., may not be a household name for Pentagon radar systems, but the company did place 14th on the leading list of Defense Department contractors for 2011 radar expenses, excepting airborne systems, just a few slots behind Thales Raytheon Systems, according to an Aerospace DAILY ...
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