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Lockheed Martin to Prepare DARPA RF Mapping Tech for Transition

lockheed martinTYSONS CORNER, VA, November 11,  2015 — Lockheed Martin (NYSE: LMT) will prepare the Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency‘s radio frequency mapping technology for transition to the U.S. Marine Corps under an $11.8 million contract for the program’s final phase, ExecutiveBiz reported Tuesday.

DARPA said Friday Lockheed will further develop RadioMap technologies through Phase 3 as part of efforts to deliver capabilities that help the military services obtain situational awareness into real-time spectrum usage.

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