In the high-stakes arena of modern air defense, where the sky is a battlefield fraught with unseen dangers, the US Air Force Research Laboratory (AFRL) and Raytheon have pulled off a feat that might just tip the scales in our favor.

They recently put the GhostEye MR sensor through its paces at the White Sands Missile Range in New Mexico, a test that could well be a game-changer for air base defense.

The GhostEye MR Sensor: A New Eye in the Sky

Picture this: a sensor so advanced that it can sniff out a threat in the boundless blue and pick the right countermeasure before you can say “missile launch.”

That’s Raytheon’s GhostEye MR sensor for you.

In a world where the enemy is always trying to one-up you, this piece of tech is like having a high-tech hawk circling the skies, its eyes never missing a beat.