updated Sat. June 25, 2022
IHS Jane's 360
February 19, 2018
Its Russian SNAR-10 radar – based on the MT-LB multipurpose platform – has been supplemented by US-supplied AN/TPQ-36, -48 and -49 radar systems in addition to locally developed unmanned aerial vehicles (UAVs). In addition to moving to the NATO standard 155 mm/52 calibre, the Ukraine alsoÃÂ ...
November 19, 2017
In addition, the Ukrainian Armed Forces are already using US AN / TPQ-49 and AN / TPQ-36 counter-battery radar systems. "Thanks to American radars, we determine the enemy's place, we carry out a strike and change our location," the Ukrainian expert said, but admitted that full automation of theÃÂ ...
April 24, 2017
The South Korean Army operates about 20 ARTHUR-K radars and a dozen AN/TPQ-36/37 fire-finder radars that were introduced in the early 1990s. While North Korea's massive forces are, for the most part, primitively equipped, Pyongyang possesses the capacity to launch a catastrophic artillery strike onÃÂ ...
March 31, 2017
Lockheed Martin (NYSE: LMT) has received a $1.59 billion contract to produce and deploy counterfire target acquisition radar systems for the U.S. Army. Work under the order dependent contract will run through March 29, 2022, and locations and funds will be provided with each order, the DefenseÃÂ ...
November 18, 2016
According to Col. John Rafferty, speaking to reporters at the Pentagon in July, the radar proved "exceptionally reliable” to his unit while they were deployed in Iraq. It replaces the aging AN/TPQ-36 and AN/TPQ-37 medium-range radars the Army currently uses. The Q-53 mounts onto a five-ton truck, or primeÃÂ ...
Armed with Science
July 25, 2016
Members of the artillery unit with the oldest lineage will now be able to protect fellow troops using a lighter, leaner and less complicated radar system. As part of a new equipment fielding, the 1st Battalion, 101st Field Artillery Regiment – which is based in Brockton, Mass. – received training and field testedÃÂ ...
July 23, 2015
The Pentagon wants to send the AN/TPQ-36 and AN/TPQ-36 Firefinder radars, which the US Army is currently phasing out. "As the Army begins to both downsize its active-duty brigades and upgrade to newer radar, it is expected to have extra Firefinder units that could be provided to Ukrainian forces,"ÃÂ ...
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