Raytheon’s GPS Ground System Still Facing Challenges

Credit: GPS III: Lockheed Martin
Although Raytheon is making progress on the troubled GPS ground-control system, a top U.S. Air Force general says the so-called OCX program is still on rocky ground. “It’s still kind of like walking along the edge of a cliff,” said Maj. Gen. David Thompson, vice commander of Air Force Space Command...

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