LRDR initial fielding now estimated to be one full year behind schedule 

By Jason Sherman / October 19, 2021 at 11:47 AM
The Missile Defense Agency's plan to deliver the Long Range Discrimination Radar for operations is delayed yet again -- pushing the key milestone off by an entire year compared to original plans -- with a new target date now set for December 2021 as the government and prime contractor Lockheed Martin work to complete installation of the new sensor next month. MDA spokesman Mark Wright said the reason the agency missed the September 2021 goal for initial fielding for the...

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