Raytheon To upgrade Taiwanese Missile-Warning System

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  • 10:28 AM, November 29, 2016
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Raytheon To upgrade Taiwanese Missile-Warning System
Raytheon's Missile Early Warning System

Raytheon has won a $26 million US Department of Defense contract to modify Taiwan’s Early Warning Radar Surveillance Missile Warning Center.

Under the contract’s terms, Raytheon will upgrade the Taiwanese missile-warning system to address concerns that it could become obsolete, the Defense Department announced Monday.

An early warning radar site also includes unidentified military structures on Taiwan’s Taiping Island that drew media scrutiny after they appeared on Google Maps, the China Post based in Taipei reported in October. 

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