Japan To Seek U.S. Advice In Aegis Ashore Radar Choice

BEIJING—Japan has begun a program to choose a radar type for its two planned Aegis Ashore batteries, with U.S. government advice featuring prominently in the process. The alternatives are the new Raytheon SPY-6 radar, to be built into future U.S. Navy Aegis destroyers, and Lockheed Martin’s SPY-1...

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