Raytheon aims to lock in foreign LTAMDS orders in tandem with Army's first production run

By Jason Sherman / May 13, 2022 at 4:13 PM
Raytheon Technologies is hoping to secure an overseas buyer for the Lower Tier Air and Missile Defense Sensor in tandem with planned orders for the Army's initial production run in a bid to lower the current $130 million radar price tag, realize economies of scale and give a foreign military immediate parity with the service's newest and most sophisticated ground radar. Bob Kelley, Raytheon senior director for U.S. requirements and capabilities, land warfare and air defense, said the company is...

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