U.S. Army Seeks Urgent Radar Mod To Counter UAS
The U.S. Army wants to urgently upgrade up to 10 of its Lockheed Martin TPQ-53 mobile counterfire radars to detect, track and identify unmanned aircraft systems (UAS). Fielding of the upgraded radars is planned to begin in June 2018. This past June, as part of the Army’s Maneuver and Fires...
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