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Japan to join bid for Thai radar system contract

Tokyo seeks to export 1st domestically produced defense equipment

Mitsubishi Electric's FPS-3 warning and control radar. The company hopes to land a contract to supply a modified version of the radar to Thailand. (Photo courtesy of Japan Air Self-Defense Force)

TOKYO -- The Japanese government is preparing to bid for a contract to supply Thailand with an air defense radar system. Landing the contract would make the system the country's first export of domestically produced defense equipment.

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