Boeing has selected a Raytheon radar to complete the supplier selection for the first of two major upgrades planned for the U.S. Air Force fleet of the nearly 60-year-old B-52H bombers.  The decision, announced July 11, follows a historic trend of Boeing picking Raytheon over Northrop Grumman for airborne radars. The B-52H originally was equipped with a radar made by Westinghouse, now part of Northrop. But Raytheon supplies the radars for all Boeing F-15s and F/A-18s. Northrop ...

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