US Army Awards Fire Control Radar Modernization Contract

SRC’s Precision Fire Control Radar is a low cost, lightweight, air cooled, 3D AESA system capable of integrating with a range of weapon systems By DA Staff / 09 Dec 2022
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The US Army has awarded SRC, Inc. a $49.9 million contract to carry out enhancements and maturation of its Precision Fire Control Radar (PFCR).

The PFCR is a low cost, lightweight, air cooled, 3D Active Electronically Scanned Array (AESA) system capable of integrating with a range of weapon systems, allowing for widespread usage. 

It can perform air surveillance and precision tracking simultaneously and is multi-mission capable, operating on the move and at the halt to protect warfighters in a variety of environments.

“We are proud to work with the US Army to bring them solutions like our PFCR,” says Kevin Hair, President and CEO of SRC. “This contract win is an example of SRC working to solve our customers’ most difficult challenges. We know this will help the Army successfully complete missions and allow the safe return of our soldiers.”

This Indefinite Delivery, Indefinite Quantity (IDIQ) contract is estimated to run through September 2025. SRC brings more than 65 years of research and development expertise in radars and sensors to this effort. 

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