El Segundo-oriented Raytheon Space and Airborne Systems, a leading provider of sensing solutions, has obtained an offer from Boeing for the fabrication of the improved APG-63(V)3 Active Electronically Scanned Array radars.
The development of the radars will be carried out in El Segundo; Dallas; Forest, Miss.; and Andover, Mass. These radar systems will be used for the effective operation of the F-15C aircraft and will be handled by the U.S. Air Force along with the U.S. Air National Guard.
Raytheon mentioned that, this APG-63(V) 3 radar systems will facilitate the aircrew to sense and detect the targets that cannot be tracked by the other prevailing systems. According to Steve Schwarzkopf, F-15 program director of Raytheon's, Tactical Airborne Systems, these solutions are highly advantageous for the pilots in performing their significant operations and provide them security.