U.S. Navy Stops Air & Missile Defense Radar Work After Protest

The U.S. Navy issued a stop-work order Oct. 23 on the contract it gave Raytheon earlier this month for the service’s Air & Missile Defense Radar (AMDR), in the wake of Lockheed Martin’s protest. Lockheed spokesman Keith Little said Oct. 22 that the contractor protested the AMDR contract “after...

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