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Raytheon Puts Ground-Launched Air-to-Air Missile Through Wind Tunnel Tests

Raytheon has completed over 1.7K wind tunnel tests of the extended-range variant of the ground-launched AMRAAM air-to-air missile built to intercept targets at longer ranges and higher altitudes. The company said Monday the completion of the tests marks a step in the qualification of the AMRAAM-ER missile for incorporation into the National Advanced Surface-to-Air Missile System.
 

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Visiongain Report Projects Growth in Military Sensor Fusion Tech Market Through 2029

A Visiongain forecast, released by ReportLinker, says military sensor technology adoption will help drive the global sensor fusion market between 2019 and 2029. ReportLinker said Thursday the market will experience growth over the next decade as military organizations seek to obtain insights from sensor data. The report also provides an analysis …

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Thomas Kennedy: Raytheon Seeks to Replace Existing Surface-to-Surface Missiles With NSM

Raytheon CEO Thomas Kennedy, a two-time Wash100 recipient, has said the company intends to make the Naval Strike Missile program a “multibillion-dollar franchise opportunity” by replacing the current international and local inventory of surface-to-surface missiles, Defense News reported Thursday. NSM is a joint effort of Raytheon and Norway-based Kongsberg and is …

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Kraken Robotics Subsidiary Develops Synthetic Aperture Sonar for Navy AUV

A Kraken Robotics subsidiary has produced a synthetic aperture sonar technology designed to map the ocean floor in support of U.S. Navy‘s autonomous minehunting operations. The service branch integrated and tested Kraken Robotics Systems-made SAS onboard the Naval Warfare Center‘s REMUS 600 autonomous underwater vehicle, the company  said Jan. 11. The sonar is built to collect target …

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Hydroid Demos New Unmanned Underwater Vehicle

Kongsberg Gruppen‘s Hydroid subsidiary has demonstrated the capacity of an unmanned underwater vehicle to collect signals intelligence and launch an unmanned aerial vehicle during an in-water exercise. REMUS 600 UUV conducted a threat mission scenario at the U.S. Navy‘s Advanced Naval Technology Exercise that took place in Newport, Rhode Island last month, Hydroid said Tuesday. …

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Report: Lockheed Drops Plans to Join Navy Over-the-Horizon Missile Devt Competition

Lockheed Martin has decided not to bid on a U.S. Navy contract to develop an over-the-horizon missile for the service branch’s frigates and littoral combat ships, Defense News reported Wednesday. Lockheed’s decision came after Boeing decided to withdraw from the Over-the-Horizon Weapon System competition earlier this month. “As the current OTH-WS …

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