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BALTNET is also part of our communications infrastructure.
Also, since the populations of Estonia, Latvia, and Lithuania are so small--1.5, 2.65, and 3.6 million respectively--they are building combined military institutions such as the joint Baltic Battalion, Baltic Defense College, and BALTNET radar system.
company Lockheed Martin, started working in 2003, drastically improving air surveillance, not just in Estonia, but in all three Baltic states due to connections to BALTNET. While Kellavere, with a range of 450 km, shows rather clearly what takes place in the Estonian airspace, there are problems at some edges of its visibility range.
The FPS-117 radar will expand the range of BALTNET, the Joint air-surveillance network that monitors the airspace over and around the Baltic countries of Estonia, Lithuania, and Latvia.
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