Samsung Thales and its suppliers will build 20% of the Raytheon RACR radar as part of an imminent contract to supply 134 sets for retrofitting in South Korean F-16s, the U.S. manufacturer says. Raytheon is also looking for South Korean suppliers, not necessarily Samsung Thales, to help make the radar warning receiver that will be integrated with the RACR into the 134 aircraft, which are known locally as KF-16s and are to be modernized in a program managed by BAE Systems (AWIN First, Oct. ...
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