Malaysia orders joint US – French air defense surveillance system

The Malaysian government ordered from RaytheonThalesSystems an upgraded air defense surveillance and control system for the country. See the story here. The system will be based on a central command and control facility designed and built by Raytheon for the US and Canada. Thales will make a long range radar in France to provide surveillance and data to the command center. No details on the size of the contract were announced.

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