Raytheon Gets $56M Order to Repair Navy F/A-18 Aircraft Radar Systems

Raytheon has received a one-year, $56 million delivery order to provide repair services for APG-65 and APG-73 radar systems installed on the U.S. Navy‘s F/A-18 aircraft.

The Defense Department said Monday the Navy will obligate $27.4 million in fiscal 2018  working capital funds at the time of award.

Raytheon will repair the aircraft radars at a company facility located in Indianapolis, Indiana, through February 2019.

APG-73 is an updated version of the APG-65 radar technology and equipped with programmable digital processors meant to support air-to-air and air-to-surface operations.

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