The official would not offer more details but confirmed the SBX, a floating X-band radar that resembles a giant golf ball, had reached a location at sea where it could track missiles fired by the Pyongyang regime.
What does XBR stand for?
XBR stands for X-Band Radar
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X-band radar to be installed at ASDF base TOKYO - The Japanese and U.
On Wednesday, Borisov denied all reports of international media that the Pentagon was close to securing a deal for the location of a high-powered X-band radar in either Bulgaria, or Turkey, as part of establishment of the US missile shield in Europe.
Navy and Missile Defense Agency are considering three possible ports in the western United States for performing maintenance on the Sea-Based X-band radar system.
The Middle East buildup has been played down because of Arab sensitivities about United States military involvement and skittishness about any military cooperation with Israel, where the United States based a high-powered X-Band radar in 2008 to bolster Israel's missile defenses.
The floating X-band radar station, jointly managed by Boeing and Raytheon, failed during a test meant to mimic an Iranian military strike.