Army seeking vendors interested in building next-gen mobile passive air defense radar

By Jason Sherman / March 27, 2024 at 2:12 PM
The Army is drafting a requirement for a next-generation mobile passive radar -- a version of the Army Long Range Persistent Surveillance system mounted on a tactical truck that can quickly deploy a 60-foot-tall sensor to help detect cruise missiles, aircraft and smaller uncrewed flying systems. On March 26, the Army office responsible for developing and buying service air defense artillery and field artillery sensors published a notice seeking feedback from companies potentially interested in competing for the new radar...

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