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Raytheon, Student Veterans of America Award $10k Scholarships to 3 Vets

Raytheon and Student Veterans of America will award $10,000 in scholarships to three student veterans who will take cybersecurity and engineering university courses. Damien Calderon of the U.S. Army, Megan Freeman of the U.S. Navy and Edward Thiemann of the U.S. Air Force have received study grants under the annual joint scholarship program, Raytheon said Tuesday. …

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Raytheon Test Flies DARPA’s Close Air Support System; Tom Bussing Comments

Raytheon has been awarded an 18-month, $25.5 million contract to demonstrate Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency‘s close-air support system in flight. The company has kicked off flight testing for DARPA’s Persistent Close Air Support program on an A-10 Thunderbolt aircraft and connectivity tests with Joint Terminal Attack Controllers, Raytheon said Wednesday. “PCAS will help reduce close air …

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Raytheon VP Mark Russell Named an IEEE Fellow

Mark Russell, vice president of engineering, technology and mission assurance at Raytheon, has been selected to join the Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers fellowship program. The IEEE Fellow committee recognized Russell’s work on projects to develop radio frequency and microwave technologies for national security and defense applications, Raytheon said …

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Rick Nelson: Raytheon, L-3 Combine Tech in Laser-Guided Remote Weapon System

Raytheon and L-3 Communications have completed a new test on the TALON Rocket Remote Weapon System to demonstrate the target positioning and engagement functions of this laser-guided defense system for small ships. Rick Nelson, vice president of Raytheon’s naval and area mission defense products, said Wednesday TALON RRWS combines the uses of the TALON laser-guided rocket …

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Raytheon Demos Griffin C Missile’s Target Update System; Thomas Bussing Comments

Raytheon has demonstrated the target update functions of its Griffin C missile when the system redirects to a new object during a flight test. The company performed the three-for-three flight tests at Yuma Proving Ground, Arizona for the U.S. Navy‘s Littoral Combat Ship surface-to-surface missile module, Raytheon said Tuesday. “With its extended range motor, Griffin C’s increased capability …

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23 Soldiers Graduate From Raytheon, GM, Army Training Program

Raytheon, General Motors, and the U.S. Army have certified the first graduating class of their training program for soldiers that will transition into the private sector as service technicians for GM. Raytheon said Tuesday the first class in the 12-week “Shifting Gears” automotive technician training program produced 23 graduates who have received certification to work …

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Raytheon Launches Patriot Scholarship for Student Veterans; Ralph Acaba Comments

Raytheon and the Student Veterans of America will provide $10,000 educational grants to two U.S. Army servicemen under a new scholarship program that the defense contractor launched this week. The Raytheon Patriot Scholarship aims to help returning soldiers reestablish themselves academically as civilians, the company said Tuesday. The grant is named after Raytheon’s …

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Todd Probert: Raytheon Builds Wearable Tech to Help Military Users Access Tactical Data

Raytheon has developed a wearable computing product for military commanders and deployed soldiers to view both intelligence and operational data in real-time. The Intel-Ops device is built to combine the firm’s Air Warrior data processing technology and the DCGS-A Lite architecture designed to exploit intelligence in areas where bandwidth is …

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Mike Shaughnessy: Raytheon Grows Partnership With Poland’s PIT-RADWAR

Raytheon has entered into a business cooperation agreement with Poland-based PIT-RADWAR to build on potential opportunities in the country’s air defense industry and export operations to international markets. Their technology partnership also covers radar equipment and subsystems; command-and-control equipment, software and subsystems; mission planning architecture, simulation and software; and system-level integration, verification and validation tests, Raytheon said …

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