U.S. Navy officials say they could not be more pleased with Raytheon’s work on the proposed air-and-missile-defense (AMDR) radar suite, but the Pentagon Director, Operational Test and Evaluation (DOT&E) says the current testing fails to prove the system can do the job. "DOT&E’s assessment continues to be that the operational test programs for the AMDR, Aegis Modernization, and DDG 51 Flight III Destroyer programs are not adequate to fully assess their self-defense ...

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