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  • Advanced missile defense
    Missile Defense Agency eyes multiple-object kill vehicle
    The U.S. Missile Defense Agency (MDA) is awarding several contracts to industry to design an interceptor missile kill vehicle that could destroy multiple objects deployed by an incoming missile.Contact awards to Lockheed Martin and Raytheon,...
  • Missile defense test
    New interceptor missile flies for first time
    A new variant of the Standard Missile-3 (SM-3) interceptor has undergone its first flight test, the U.S. Missile Agency (MDA) announced June 7.The SM-3 Block IIA missile was launched from the Point Mugu Sea Range on San Nicolas Island in...
  • Bombs away
    Air Force to build new bomb to destroy moving targets
    The U.S. Air Force has received Pentagon approval to begin producing a new, precision-guided bomb to destroy both moving and stationary ground targets, prime contractor Raytheon announced May 18.The go-ahead for the air-to-ground Small Diameter...
  • Radar review
    New Navy radar passes key design review
    The U.S. Navy’s future ship-based Air and Missile Defense Radar (AMDR) has successfully completed its critical design review, prime contractor Raytheon announced May 12.“The outcome confirms Raytheon's design and technologies as...
  • Children as Pi
    Happy Pi Day 2015
    It's one of those special geek holidays that is coming up soon, Pi Day (3.14). On March 14, Raytheon Company wants to show children how math factors into their everyday lives. They are also celebrating by delivering pies to Boys & Girls...
  •  Raytheon gets $71 million radar contract from Air Force
    Raytheon gets $71 million radar contract from Air Force
    Defense contractors are huge in the news these days with the current conflicts around the globe. The U.S. Air force announced today that Raytheon beat out Northup Grumman and Lockheed Martin for their next generation, long-range radar system. The...
  • Space Fence
    Lockheed Martin to build space-junk tracker
    Lockheed Martin edged out Raytheon for a $915-million contract to help the U.S. Air Force keep better tabs on dangerous debris in space, the Pentagon announced June 2.The contract calls for a “Space Fence” ground-based radar to be...
  • New jammer
    Raytheon forms electronic warfare unit
    Fresh off its victory in the U.S. Navy’s Next Generation Jammer (NGJ) competition, Raytheonis standing up a “mission area” to focus on the military technology known as electronic warfare (EW), the company announced Feb. 11.The...
  • Ship radar
    Protest of Navy radar contract withdrawn
    Lockheed Martin said Jan. 13 that it has stopped protesting the U.S. Navy’s selection of a competitor to develop the ship-based Air and Missile Defense Radar (AMDR).Lockheed Martin had challenged the AMDR contract award “because we...
  • U.S. Department of Defense
    U.S. Department of Defense gives Raytheon in McKinney Texas a great end to 2013
    McKinney Texas’s Raytheon can thank the United States Department of Defense for closing out 2013 with a bang. The U.S. Navy has recently granted Raytheon $8,977,748 in a modification to an awarded contract for “sensor retrofits”....
  • Protest
    Navy radar contract challenged
    Lockheed Martin said Oct. 23 that it has filed a formal protest over the U.S. Navy’s decision to pick Raytheon to develop the ship-based Air and Missile Defense Radar (AMDR).Raytheon won the job by beating out both Lockheed Martin and...
  • Radar win
    Raytheon wins Navy radar competition
    The U.S. Navy late Oct. 10 tapped Raytheon to develop a “next generation” radar for its DDG-51 Arleigh Burke-class guided-missile destroyers.Raytheon beat Lockheed Martin and Northrop Grumman for the $386-million engineering and...
  • In a jam
    Navy airborne-jammer contract draws protest
    BAE Systems, which recently lost a competition to develop the U.S. Navy’s Next Generation Jammer (NGJ), has filed a protest challenging the Navy’s decision to award the contract to Raytheon, a BAE spokesman said July 19.“The...
  • Raytheon military applications.
    Growth of GaN chips in military applications
    The use of gallium nitride (GaN) in defense-related electronic devices has only increased over the last decade, and more growth is expected in the near-term after numerous advances and developments in this material technology. A market research...
  • Video: Its a bird, its a plane, its Raytheon's decoy named MALD-J
    Video: Its a bird, its a plane, its Raytheon's decoy named MALD-J
    The U.S. Air Force and Raytheon Company announced on Sunday that they recently completed a four-year development program of the Miniature Air Launched Decoy-Jammer (MALD-J) under budget.MALD confuses enemy air defenses by duplicating friendly...
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