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Raytheon and Rheinmetall's defense business have partnered to offer an optionally manned platform for the U.S. Army's Next-Generation Combat Vehicle program. The industry team plans to propose the Lynx Infantry Fighting Vehicle for the service's NGCV program that seeks to replace the Bradley combat vehicle, Raytheon said Monday. Army Futures Command has made NGCV one […] More
Taylor Lawrence, president of Raytheon‘s missile systems business, told Defense News in an interview published Monday that the company and the Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency have partnered in an effort to develop a hypersonic air-breathing weapon concept. He added the company is in discussions with DARPA regarding boost-glide weapons and is working with the U.S. Army on hypersonic projectiles. […] More
The U.S. Navy has fired two Raytheon-built guided missiles to intercept a medium-range ballistic missile target at sea during a recent test event. Standard Missile-6 Dual I launched from the USS John Paul Jones during the demonstration and destroyed the target in its final seconds of flight, Raytheon said Monday. “This test showcased the flexibility […] More
Raytheon has completed a flight test on the newest variant of the National Advanced Surface-to-Air Missile System surface-based system Advanced Medium-Range Air-to-Air Missile that features an enlarged motor to expand the NASAMS engagement envelope. Raytheon said Tuesday the AMRAAM-Extended Range missile launched from a NASAMS launcher to engage and destroy a target drone at a flight test […] More
Aerojet Rocketdyne has agreed to supply propulsion and energetic systems for Raytheon‘s major weapon programs under a strategic sourcing agreement between the two companies. Raytheon and Aerojet Rocketdyne also aim to jointly chase affordability programs in the government sector through 2019 as part of their partnership, Raytheon said Tuesday. “This landmark agreement is an important step forward in collaboration between […] More
Raytheon has tested the in-flight performance of the company’s Exoatmospheric Kill Vehicle during a Missile Defense Agency demonstration intended to gather data on the capability of the vehicle’s thrusters. The redesigned EKV’s thrusters have been modified to control the impact with incoming threats while outside of the Earth’s atmosphere, Raytheon said Thursday. “Testing is critically important to […] More
The U.S. Missile Defense Agency, Navy and the Japanese defense department have demonstrated a variant of Raytheon‘s Standard Missile-3 weapon during a live-fire flight test in Point Mogu, California. Raytheon built a 21-inch-diameter system against medium and intermediate ballistic missile threats for U.S. and Japan’s SM-3 Cooperative Development Project, MDA said Tuesday. The company said its SM-3 Block IIA launched from an […] More
The U.S. Navy and Missile Defense Agency have completed the first flight test for a Raytheon-built missile system. Standard Missile-3 Block IIA exhibited nosecone performance, steering control, booster separation, and second and third stage rocket motor separation during live fire at Point Mugu sea range in California, MDA said Saturday. Taylor Lawrence, Raytheon’s missile systems […] More
Raytheon seeks to address operational efficiency and product security at its New Mexico facilities with the construction of of a new $4.4-million warehouse on the Navajo Nation semi-autonomous territory near Farmington. The company broke ground on the 30,000-square-foot facility this week and construction is scheduled for six months to start in December 2014, Raytheon said Tuesday. “Raytheon values its longstanding relationship with […] More
Rafael Advanced Defense Systems‘ has awarded a $149.3 million subcontract to Raytheon to build interceptor components for the Iron Dome weapon. Raytheon’s technology resources and network will serve as second supply source of Iron Dome interceptor parts, the company said Tuesday. “The sourcing of Tamir interceptor components in the U.S. will go a long way to ensuring sufficient volumes […] More
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 […] More
Raytheon has demonstrated its precision-guided glide bomb during a series of flight tests for the U.S. Air Force. The Small Diameter Bomb II was made to detect, track and destroy stationary land targets using a tri-mode seeker technology, Raytheon said Thursday. “Acquiring stationary targets with the same seeker that can identify and track moving targets demonstrates […] More
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