Lockheed Martin lost a monopoly as radar supplier for its Aegis air and missile defense system in 2013, when the U.S. Navy chose an advanced Raytheon sensor for future destroyers. Now Japan is likely to put Lockheed back in the business. Tokyo has selected the company’s Long-Range Discrimination Radar (LRDR) as the sensor for the two Aegis Ashore installations it is buying to deal with ballistic missile attack. The LRDR offers higher performance than the Raytheon SPY-6, the U.S. ...


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