CICERO, N.Y. — SRCTec says it has delivered its 400th AN/TPQ-50 LCMR counter fire radar system to the U.S. Army.
The radars are deployed around the world, providing “continuous” 3-D, 360-degree surveillance for early warning and location of rocket, artillery, and mortar threats to protect U.S. Army troops and U.S. allies, SRCTec said in a news release.
“Over the past five years, hundreds of employees have worked relentlessly to deliver these life-saving systems to our warfighters,” Mary Pat Hartnett, president of SRCTec, said in the release.
SRCTec currently employs more than 190 people. The firm is looking to fill “multiple” positions over the next year including test engineers, manufacturing program managers, production planners, assemblers and technicians.
Cicero–based SRCTec is the for-profit subsidiary of nonprofit SRC Inc., the former Syracuse Research Corporation.
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