Monthly Archives: September 2013

United States Of America – More AN/APY-10s For Poseidon

Raytheon has been tasked to build 14 AN/APY-10 airborne maritime surveillance radars for the US Navy’s new Boeing P-8A Poseidon maritime patrol aircraft. The order, worth $48.8 million (€36.1 million), will include the supply of 13 radars, and one spare, … Continue reading

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In September’s ChainHomeHigh: United States Of America – AN/TPS-59 Refurbishment Order

The United States Marine Corps is pressing ahead with the refurbishment of its AN/TPS-59(V)3 ground-based air surveillance radars …

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United States – APG-79 Contract

On 24th September, Raytheon was awarded a contract worth $39 million (€28 million) to supply 15 AN/APG-79 radars for US Navy Boeing F/A-18E/F combat aircraft for delivery by 2015. Deliveries of the first low-rate initial production radar to Boeing for … Continue reading

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In September’s ChainHomeHigh: Japan – You Have Clearance!

ChainHomeHigh examines Japan’s planned acquisition of a new X-band ballistic missile early warning and air surveillance radar …

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Philippines – New Radar Plans

The Philippines is continuing its upgrade and enhancement of radar air surveillance coverage across the archipelago. On 20th September it was reported that the radar capabilities in the north of Luzon, the largest island in the Philippines would be increased. … Continue reading

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Happy 50th RAF Fylingdales!

http://www.yorkpress.co.uk/news/10678818.North_York_Moors_early_warning_station_marks_anniversary/

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Great Article on Retro Radar Sites!

http://www.gizmodo.com.au/2013/09/8-abandoned-radar-stations-that-were-once-state-of-the-art/

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