solid-state phased array radar can detect and track multiple
threats, ranging from rocket propelled grenades (RPG) fired
at close proximity to more distant threats such as kinetic energy
projectiles. MFRFS will also provide the common radar for Future
Combat Systems (FCS) manned ground vehicles, supporting a number
of radio frequency functions including surveillance, high- band
secure communications and combat identification.
Raytheon's Quick Kill APS is capable of providing a "bubble"
of coverage to protect current force Stryker, Abrams and Bradley
vehicles, as well as FCS platforms, from a broad range of threats
from any direction. With the MFRFS delivery and progress anticipated
over the next few months, Raytheon's Quick Kill APS will be
integrated on a Stryker for end-to-end system demonstrations
and design verification testing beginning late this summer.