Lockheed Martin Syracuse wins $1.6B Army contract, among largest in plant history

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WASHINGTON -- (syracuse.com) The U.S. Army has awarded Lockheed Martin's plant in suburban Syracuse one of the single largest contracts in its history, a deal worth up to $1.58 billion for radars that track incoming rocket, mortar and artillery fire.  

The five-year contract is a big victory for Lockheed's campus at Electronics Park in Salina, with the Army giving the green light for full-rate production of its workhorse Q-53 radar...


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