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Raytheon Extends Hypersonic Missile Development Work for DARPA; Tom Bussing Comments

Raytheon has been awarded a $20,489,714 contract modification to continue the company's development work for the Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency's hypersonic missile project. Raytheon will develop and demonstrate the tactical boost glide technology in Tucson, Arizona, the company said Wednesday. Tom Bussing, vice president of advanced missile systems at Raytheon, said …

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University of Central Florida Wins Raytheon-Sponsored 2015 NCCDC; Dave Wajsgras Comments

The University of Central Florida emerged as champions of the Raytheon-sponsored 2015 National Collegiate Cyber Defense Competition held over the weekend in San Antonio, Texas. Raytheon said Sunday UCF won for the second consecutive year and bested nine other teams during the finals of the Center for Infrastructure Assurance and Security competition. “The …

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Jenoptik to Help Raytheon Build Patriot Missile Power Generators; Ralph Acaba Comments

Raytheon and Jenoptik have partnered to develop a power generation technology for international users of Raytheon’s Patriot air and missile defense systems. Jenoptik subsidiary Lechmotoren will help build power plants and generators, testing equipment and spares for an unnamed Patriot customer through the partnership, Raytheon said Friday. The alliance is …

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Northrop to Produce IMUs for Raytheon Targeting Systems; Bob Mehltretter Comments

Northrop Grumman has agreed to manufacture inertial measurement units for integration into Raytheon-built optical targeting systems under an agreement that will run through 2018. Raytheon’s space and airborne systems unit placed a $2 million initial purchase order for LN-200 IMUs in December, Northrop said Thursday. Robert Mehltretter, vice president of navigation …

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Raytheon Picks SES to Host FAA Payload

SES Government Solutions will host a Federal Aviation Administration payload on the company's satellite under a 14-year contract with Raytheon. SES will construct the wide area augmentation systems payload, launch the SES-15 satellite and operate the spacecraft for 11 years in orbit, SES said Wednesday. The SES-15 satellite is scheduled …

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Raytheon Releases New Cyber Defense Offerings; Ed Hammersla Comments

Raytheon has introduced a new portfolio of cybersecurity tools designed to help enterprise customers track, prevent and respond to advanced threats. The SureView offering is designed to integrate the company’s acquired technologies and in-house platforms for network and data security, Ed Hammersla, president of Raytheon’s cyber products, said Tuesday. The …

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Tom Vecchiolla: Raytheon, Estonia’s Military Forge Cyber Partnership

Raytheon and Estonia’s military have entered into a long-term arrangement to partner on cybersecurity initiatives following talks on bilateral defense cooperation in a recent Washington visit by Estonian Defense Secretary Mikk Marran. “Combining Estonia’s world class information technology infrastructure with Raytheon’s cyber security expertise will result in new opportunities to address the most challenging cyber …

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Raytheon to Supply Ground Segments for Northrop-Built Global Hawk in South Korea

Raytheon will provide ground stations for Global Hawk unmanned aircraft systems based in South Korea under a $45.7 million contract with Northrop Grumman. The work to supply one building-based and one mobile ground segment to support four of the Korean surveillance planes will occur in Dulles, Virginia through mid-2019, Raytheon said Monday. Todd Probert, …

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Raytheon, Polish Ammo Maker Ink New Defense Tech Collaboration Pact

Raytheon‘s missile systems unit and Poland-based missile and ammunition manufacturer Mesko have signed a new agreement to cooperate on defense technology sharing and development in an effort to build on a previous pact between the companies. The collaboration will focus on production work on the Excalibur precision projectile, Talon laser-guided rocket, Krab howitzer and new Polish attack helicopters, …

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Raytheon Picks Connectrac Wireways to Protect Office Cables

Raytheon has selected a Connectrac platform to cover and secure electrical audio-visual wiring at the defense and aerospace firm’s conference rooms. JE Snyder Electric recommended Connectrac’s In-Carpet Wireway system to Raytheon and installed the cable enclosure in multiple Raytheon facilities, Connectrac said Wednesday. According to Connectrac, Raytheon has used JE …

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Raytheon to Help DARPA Develop Phased Array Tech for $5M; Paul Ferraro Comments

Raytheon will support technology development for the Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency‘s Arrays at Commercial Timescales program under two contract modifications worth a total of $5 million. The company said Tuesday it will contribute its Rapid Array Performance Improvement and Deployment technology concepts to the program. RAPID works to address cost and time concerns …

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