October 2002
Armada International;2002, Issue 5, p4
Presents news briefs on the defense industry as of November 2002. Selection of Galileo Avionica as the supplier of navigation radars for the helicopters ordered by the Portuguese Air Force; Information on the funding received by Raytheon from the U.S. Air Force Air Armament Center Counter-air Joint Systems Program Office; Background on Ruag Ammotec.


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