Army eyes $3 billion package for improved LTAMDS to equip first battalion by FY-29

By Jason Sherman / May 12, 2022 at 6:31 PM
The Army has earmarked nearly $3 billion in its five-year spending plan for the Lower Tier Air and Missile Defense Sensor, an investment that aims to forge a new package of capability improvements to fold into the first production batch of the Patriot radar replacement slated be operational at full-battalion strength with a first unit by 2029. LTAMDS prime contractor Raytheon Technologies, which announced this week delivery to White Sands Missile Range the first of six prototype radars to be...

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