Northrop Grumman is proposing that the Gulfstream G550 serve as the future platform for the U.S. Air Force’s next Joint Surveillance Target Attack Radar System (Joint Stars). Northrop, along with its partners Gulfstream and L3 Technologies, is the first of three potential teams to bid for the program. Lockheed Martin is working with Bombardier on a proposal based on the Global 6000; meanwhile, Boeing is offering a modified version of its 737-700 commercial airliner. Northrop had ...

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