Syracuse Boosts Radar Tech For Next Wave Of Military Contracts

Credit: Lockheed Martin
In a wooded valley near Cazenovia At the end of Windy Hill Road, perched high up on one side of the valley, stand two U.S. Army trucks equipped with Lockheed’s 360-deg. TPQ-53 active, electronically scanned array (AESA) radars, as well as a 1980s-vintage Marine Corps TPS-59 3D air surveillance radar...

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