SPY-7 Radar Earns Official Canadian Designation

Lockheed Martin’s advanced SPY-7 radar received its Government of Canada official nomenclature – AN/SPY-7 (V)3 – formally recognizing the radar’s maturity and proven ability. Delivering an expandable digital footprint, SPY-7 sets the standard for the future of radars. “Lockheed Martin has worked diligently to develop SPY-7, the one-of-a kind interoperable, scalable technology chosen for the Canadian Surface Combatant,” said Glenn…

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CSC Testing Facility to be Built in Eastern Passage

The federal government announced January 14th Friday news dump a land-based testing facility (LBTF) on a portion of DND-owned land near Shearwater, Nova Scotia, to help bring 15 new Canadian Surface Combatants (CSC), that will be built for the Royal Canadian Navy, into service and support them throughout their lifespan. This infrastructure will be critical in testing the new CSC…

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US Approves FOUR Electronics Suites for CSC Program

May 10, 2021 – The State Department has made a determination approving a possible Foreign Military Sale to the Government of Canada of AEGIS Combat System and related equipment for an estimated cost of $1.7 billion. The Defense Security Cooperation Agency delivered the required certification notifying Congress of this possible sale today. The Government of Canada has requested to buy…

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Lockheed Martin SPY-7 Radar for New Frigates

November 10, 2020 – From humanitarian assistance to high-intensity conflicts, the Royal Canada Navy’s future fleet will perform a wide range of missions requiring advanced technology and multi-role versatility. Lockheed Martin’s latest generation SPY-7 radar and Canadian-developed Combat Management System (CMS 330) will form the backbone of the Canadian Surface Combatant. Under a contract awarded by Irving Shipbuilding Inc. in…

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