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General Dynamics Team to Build Army Test Range Radar; Chris Marzilli Comments

GDlogoGeneral Dynamics‘ (NYSE: GD) C4 systems business unit has won a $16 million contract modification to develop a new mobile radar system for U.S. Army test ranges.

This modification covers engineering, development and initial production work under the Range Radar Replacement Program, the company said Thursday.

The close-in radar system is designed to detect low-flying objects from a distance of at least 37 miles.

 Chris Marzilli, president of the C4 systems unit, said the radar is the second in a class of range instrumentation systems for Army test ranges in Alabama, Arizona, New Mexico and Maryland.

The company leads a work team comprising of STAR Dynamics, Georgia Tech Research Institute and EO Imaging.

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