Even as the government gets ready to sort out Lockheed Martin’s protest of the U.S. Navy’s recent Air & Missile Defense Radar (AMDR) contract with Raytheon, investments continue to build for maritime missile defense. In the face of sequestration, continuing resolutions and other budgetary concerns threatening military funding across the board, the Navy and Missile Defense Agency (MDA) have awarded about $2.9 billion thus far this calendar year for work on combat systems, missile ...
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