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Ground/Air Task Oriented Radar system (G/ATOR)

The United States Marine Corps, Marine Corps System Command (USMC), Battle Space Management and Air Defense Systems (BMADS) has a requirement for a high mobility, high performance, multi-role Ground/Air Task Oriented Radar system (G/ATOR). The systems will be developed and produced in four separate increments. The first increment will satisfy the Short Range Air Defense (SHORAD) and Tactical Air Operations Center (TAOC) Air Surveillance missions including Identification Friend or Foe. The Increment I design will provide for growth to all following Increments without equipment re-design and will provide an open architecture that allows for the computers, computer programs and firmware to be upgraded with the functionality of all following Increments. Increment II will develop and produce systems based on the Increment I baseline to meet the ground counter battery/target acquisition requirement. Increment III will incorporate Mode 5/S Identification Friend or Foe (IFF), electronic protection equipment/software, non-cooperative target recognition, sensor netting, an advanced radar environmental simulator, and a logistics Integrated Data Environment (IDE). Increment IV will incorporate an Air Traffic Control (ATC) capability.

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