Raytheon Protesting USAF’s J-Stars Northrop Radar Pick

Credit: Raytheon is protesting the U.S. Air Force's selection of Northrop Grumman's wide-area surveillance radar for J-Stars over its alternative, dubbed "Archimedes": Gulfstream
The U.S. Air Force has chosen Northrop Grumman’s wide-area surveillance radar for its future J-Stars platform over Raytheon’s “Archimedes” sensor. The source-selection decision is now the subject of a bid protest by Raytheon, which filed a complaint with the Government Accountability Office on Nov...

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