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General Dynamics Team Wins $385M For Army Test Radar Development

A General Dynamics-led (NYSE: GD) team has won a potential $385 million contract to help the U.S. Army develop new radars for the branch’s test ranges, the company announced Friday.

The team, led by the company’s C4 systems unit, received an initial $29 million award for the engineering, manufacturing and development phase of the Range Radar Replacement Program.

Those funds will also cover initial production and integration of the new radar systems.

XSTAR radars will go to White Sands Test Center, N.M.; Yuma Test Center, Ariz.; Aberdeen Test Center, Md.; and Redstone Test Center, Ala.

The company also holds a potential $363 million contract to provide the Federal Aviation Administration with new air traffic control radios.

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