Raytheon has partnered with Kongsberg Gruppen to develop anti-surface warfare systems to customers worldwide.
The companies will build the joint strike missile for air-launched anti-surface warfare applications, Raytheon said Tuesday.
Taylor Lawrence, Raytheon missile systems president, said the companies aim to provide new technologies in the anti-surface warfare arena for the U.S. and its allies.
Norway’s air force is funding the development of the Joint Strike Missile.
“OASuW is a market where we can effectively team to deliver products that address the key requirements of the warfighter,“ added Harald Annestad, Kongsberg Defence Systems president.
Kongsberg Defence Systems supplies defense and aerospace-related systems to Norway.