DBR Work Continues As U.S. Navy Searches For New Carrier Radar

The U.S. Navy recently awarded Raytheon a $26.9 million contract for continued tweaks and testing support for the Dual-Band Radar (DBR) slated for aircraft carrier CVN 78 Gerald R. Ford as the service looks for radars to outfit later ships of the class. The Navy awarded Raytheon a cost-plus-fixed...

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