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US Army awards SRCTec contract for AN/TPQ-50 LCMR systems

The US Army has awarded SRCTec, LLC, a wholly-owned subsidiary of SRC, Inc., $99.95M for AN/TPQ-50 exportable lightweight counter-fire radar (LCMR) systems, spares and repair parts. Work will be completed over five years.

The AN/TPQ-50 radar provides track-while-scan capabilities that allow for simultaneous detection and tracking of multiple threats fired from separate locations. The radar also provides point of origin calculation for a precise response. The contract from the Army supports upgrades for the AN/TPQ-50 radar, including survivability improvements from existing and emerging threats.

“We are proud to work with the US Army to provide innovative, lifesaving solutions for the challenges that our warfighters face,” said Tony Stewart, general manager of SRCTec. “Our work on this contract will help the Army successfully complete missions and keep our soldiers safe.”

The SRC enterprise brings more than 65 years of research and development expertise in radars and sensors to this effort.

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