LONDON – Thales U.K. says it could deliver its system for Britain’s carrier organic helicopter-borne airborne early warning requirement 12 months early, eliminating a potential capability gap and reducing training costs. The company, which is competing against Lockheed Martin’s podded electronically scanned radar to meet the British Royal Navy’s up to £400 million ($600 million) Crowsnest requirements, says its system builds on the current mechanically scanned ...

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