There is never anything simple about the design and delivery of aerospace and defense technology. Even when you have a product in which there is an abundance of operational need, a working proof-of-concept demonstrator, and interest from potential customers, getting the capability into the hands of those who wish to use it is rarely easy, and almost never straightforward.  Take, for instance, Raytheon’s development of the Joint Precision Approach Landing System ...

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