Two systems being developed for the Pentagon by Raytheon for air traffic control have won approval to enter low-rate initial production, boosting the Defense Department's ATC modernization program, the company said. The ASR-11 Digital Airport Surveillance (DASR) has completed pre-production activities at the Air Force's Electronic Systems Center, Hanscom Air Force Base, Mass., resulting in a positive initial production rate. DOD made a similar decision in late January on the Standard ...

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