The U.S. Marine Corps recently conducted a Counterbattery Radar study to determine how many new G/ATOR radar systems could replace the aging Firefinder system while better supporting Marine Air-Ground Task Force operations. Using STK modeling
, the team performed comparative analysis and found that only 28 G/ATORS, instead of the planned for 38, would be required. This analysis has saved the Marines an estimated $290 million in procurement costs, as well as manpower savings that could be used to reduce the force or be allocated to other functional areas. Read the full case study now.