Nearly 10 years after it lost to Boeing in its original bid for the U.S. Air Force’s Family of Advanced Beyond-line-of-sight Terminals (FAB-T), Raytheon may now get another shot at the estimated $4.7 billion program. FAB-T will facilitate communications between military aircraft and the Pentagon’s new Advanced Extremely High Frequency (AEHF) satellite constellation. Boeing won the initial $273 million contract in September 2002. But after a decade of cost overruns and schedule delays, ...
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