Army’s Sentinel Radar Upgrade Will Tackle UAV Threat

The U.S. Army plans to upgrade almost 200 MPQ-64 Sentinel short-range air defense radars to counter reduced-signature cruise missiles and small unmanned aircraft as well as short- and long-range rockets, artillery and mortar (RAM) threats. The Sentinel A4 upgrade will replace the traveling-wave-tube...

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