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NETHERLANDS TESTS RADAR FIX FOR WIND

Raytheon to Supply Wind Turbine Mitigation Technology to the Netherlands Ministry of Defence; First operational implementation of technology to safely distinguish actual aircraft from false readingsMarch 6, 2012 (PR Newswire via Yahoo Finance)"Raytheon Company…has been chosen by the Netherlands Ministry of Defence to upgrade the air traffic control radar system at the Royal Netherlands A
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