Thursday, July 25, 2024

Lockheed Martin’s 1st TPY-4 Radar Completes Production, Bringing Unmatched Tracking Precision & Speed To The U.S. & Its Allies

By Staff Correspondent

The world’s most advanced and capable transportable or fixed air defense long-range radar, Lockheed Martin’s first AN/TPY-4 radar – recently selected by the U.S. Air Force for the Three Dimensional Expeditionary Long Range Radar (3DELRR) Rapid Prototyping program – has completed production marking availability to the world. The technology that enables TPY-4 provides the capability required for today’s threats and unprecedented flexibility to adjust quickly to those that emerge over time.

“Lockheed Martin is committed to investing in advanced defence technology, and the TPY-4 radar is a direct result of those investments,” said Rick Herodes, Director of Ground-Based Air Surveillance Radars at Lockheed Martin. “TPY-4 meets the needs of a rapidly changing battlefields, marked by technological growth and the emergence of increasingly challenging threats.”

The world’s most advanced and capable transportable or fixed air defense long-range radar, Lockheed Martin’s first AN/TPY-4 radar – recently selected by the U.S. Air Force for the Three Dimensional Expeditionary Long Range Radar (3DELRR) Rapid Prototyping program – has completed production marking availability to the world. The technology that enables TPY-4 provides the capability required for today’s threats and unprecedented flexibility to adjust quickly to those that emerge over time.

“Lockheed Martin is committed to investing in advanced defense technology, and the TPY-4 radar is a direct result of those investments,” said Rick Herodes, Director of Ground Based Air Surveillance Radars at Lockheed Martin. “TPY-4 meets the needs of a rapidly changing battlefields, marked by technological growth and the emergence of increasingly challenging threats.”


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