Raytheon Says It Can Backfit AMDR On Arleigh Burke Destroyers

Raytheon has one of the most eye-catching pieces of lawn art in all of New England — a full-scale mockup of a U.S. Navy DDG-51 Arleigh Burke destroyer mast with an Air and Missile Defense Radar (AMDR) array neatly sealed in its face. “This is so our customer can see how everything can fit into the...

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