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Raytheon and the U.S. Navy have evaluated the company's anti-ship missile defense system in a series of test shots that simulated advanced threat scenarios. During the tests, the SeaRAM system worked to detect two inbound supersonic missiles and launch the Rolling Airframe Missile Block 2 guided missiles to intercept the targets, Raytheon said Tuesday. The Navy conducted the […] More
The U.S. Navy has launched a Raytheon-built SeaRAM tactical missile from the USS Coronado Littoral Combat Ship as part of a live-fire exercise at a California sea range in August. Raytheon said Thursday the Navy used the vessel’s SeaRAM anti-ship defense system to fire a Rolling Airframe Missile and tested the weapon system’s target detection, tracking, engagement and interception functions. Rick Nelson, vice […] More
Raytheon Co. has awarded a production and supply contract to a Malaysia-based company for missile components for the first time, Raytheon announced Tuesday. Raytheon contracted Contraves Advanced Devices Sdn. Bhd. to produce and supply components for the Evolved Sea Sparrow Missile. Kevin Peppe, Raytheon vice president of seapower capability systems, said the company is expanding […] More
Raytheon beat its own record in missile systems delivery in 2010 when it delivered 366 Evolved SeaSparrow Missiles, more than twice the amount delivered the year before. “We accomplished this delivery record in 2010 by improving our already robust manufacturing and engineering processes and by responding to increased customer demand,” said Rick Nelson, vice president […] More
Raytheon's Phalanx Close-In Weapon System will soon be serving in the South Korean Navy. The defense technology company delivered its Phalanx Block 1B system for use on South Korea's new Ulsan-1 class FFX ship program. South Korea plans on replacing its Ulsan fleet with the new anti-ship, anti-submarine, anti-aircraft FFX class design. “The Phalanx system […] More
Raytheon‘s tactical control system was designed to operate drones in all branches of the U.S. military and the TCS is now receiving a software upgrade, according to a Military Aerospace article. John Keller writes that Raytheon Technical Services is poised to switch the software on the control system from Solaris to Linux software as well as upgrade the […] More
Raytheon will research and develop new cyber operations strategies for a Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency program under a $9.8 million contract. The company will identify approaches that are intended to help Defense Department to execute and assess cyber missions under DARPA's Plan X program, Raytheon said Thursday. Jack Harrington, vice president of cybersecurity and special […] More
John Harris II, Raytheon International CEO, has asked industry and government leaders to build up defense technologies through transatlantic industrial cooperation. Harris addressed his statement to participants of a panel discussion on the future of European defense during the 50th Munich Security Conference, Raytheon said Friday. “We need to pursue initiatives that deliver greater cost efficiencies in […] More
Raytheon has partnered with Zogby Analytics to conduct a survey of the interest of millenials in the field of cybersecurity. The Raytheon Millenial Cybersecurity Survey found that less than quarter of people aged 18-26 found the career interesting and 82 percent said no high school teacher ever mentioned a career in cybersecurity to them, Raytheon said Tuesday. […] More
Northrop Grumman Corp. has opened a manned aircraft design center of excellence in Melbourne, Florida, as part of efforts to align its offerings with the customers' requirements. Northrop Grumman expects the new facility to create an additional 1,000 jobs over the next four years in Melbourne where it already has more than 1,200 employees, the […] More
The Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency has chosen three companies for a $33 million project to develop small cameras that will allow soldiers to detect and identify threats 24/7 and in harsh environments, Military Aerospace reports Wednesday. John Keller writes that Raytheon Company, DRS Technologies and Sensors Unlimited were awarded contracts in July for the […] More
In its June 2010 MessageLabs Intelligence Report, Symantec highlighted how the amount of spam related to the keywords of soccer and football since March 2010 has reached 25 percent of overall spam as the World Cup continues. Holidays such as St. Valentine's Day, Thanksgiving, Halloween and Christmas are occasions that receive a great deal of […] More
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