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October 29, 2012
Lockheed Martin is self-funding work to generate software that will allow for the AN/TPQ-53 radars being fielded to detect air-breathing threats as well as those in a ballistic trajectory, according to Lee Flake, director of counter-fire radar programs. These X-band radars are designed to provide...
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