DEFINITION
Ground-Based Radar

A taskable, modular, multi-function, phased-array radar that provides surveillance,
tracking and engagement planning data in post-boost, midcourse, and terminal flight phases within its capabilities. It also provides target discrimination, in-flight target updates (IFTUs), and target object maps (TOMs) to interceptor vehicles.

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