Japan's Defence Agency has awarded a $5.6million contract for a target tracking command and control system to USA-based Herley Industries .

Delivery of the systems is expected to take place by the middle of next year and will be used in support of weapons test and evaluation for Japanese forces. "This is the newest model of radar-based target control systems and we consider this win to be strategically important to us," says Herley president Myron Levy.

Source: Flight Daily News