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US Army’s missile defense radar program advances into prototyping competition


WASHINGTON — The U.S. Army’s competition for a new air-and-missile defense radar has officially begun with the release of a request for proposals asking for prototypes.

The request, posted to the Federal Business Opportunities website May 14, is a step in the right direction as the Army has struggled to procure a new radar for its Integrated Air-and-Missile Defense System meant to replace the Patriot AMD system for well over a decade.

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