Raytheon Technologies to Discuss Work on Army Projects at AUSA Annual Meeting

Raytheon Technologies to Discuss Work on Army Projects at AUSA Annual Meeting
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Raytheon Technologies will provide an update at the virtual Association of the U.S. Army Annual Meeting & Exposition on several projects the company is working on for the service branch.

One of the Army projects Raytheon Technologies is pursuing is the Optionally Manned Fighting Vehicle competition, which seeks to replace the service's Bradley vehicles. The company has partnered with American Rheinmetall Vehicles to offer the Lynx Infantry Fighting Vehicle for the OMFV program.

The missiles and defense business of Raytheon Technologies has delivered the first Lower Tier Air and Missile Defense System to the Army's test site and allowed warfighters to provide feedback through “soldier touchpoints.“

Raytheon Technologies will also discuss at the AUSA event its work on the Common Open Secure Mission Computer, open systems architecture-based MOSARC avionics platform for the Future Vertical Lift program, cyber testing tool DejaVM and data analysis platforms.

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