Lockheed Martin, Raytheon Clash On Patriot Radar Replacement Path

Credit: Lockheed’s latest TPY-X GaN-based AESA radar on display in Huntsville, Alabama: James Drew
HUNTSVILLE, ALABAMA—Lockheed Martin has called on the U.S. Army to continue collaborating with industry as it firms its requirements and acquisition plan for replacing or modernizing the Raytheon-built Patriot passive electronically scanned radar with gallium nitride (GaN)-based active array...

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