Air Force’s Critical Design Review Passed By US Space Fence


A three day CDR (Critical Design Review) has been passed successfully by Lockheed Martin , gaining them approval to begin the building of a Space Fence for the U.S. Air Force.

Officials from the government performed a review of the S-band radar network operated by Lockheed Martin at their facility in Moorestown, NJ, declaring the operation to be mature technically. Steve Bruce, Lockheed Martin’s Mission Systems and Training business VP for advanced systems stated: “Completion of CDR marks the end of the design phase and the start of radar production and facility construction of the Space Fence system.”


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