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The Navy’s newest, most advanced warships will all soon have one thing in common — the SPY-6 radar


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One of the challenges for the Defense Department in its quest for distributed operations is addressing the reality that legacy systems were not built with modularity, scalability, and connectivity to meet new and evolving threats from near-peer and peer competitors.

Because of one very big reason, however, that will be less of a challenge for the US Navy’s newest and most advanced weapon systems — the Arleigh Burke-class Flight III destroyer, upgraded Flight IIA destroyers, the under-development Constellation class guided-missile frigate, and the Gerald R. Ford-class nuclear-powered aircraft carrier.

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