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Raytheon, an RTX company, has teamed up with Texas A&M University to test its high-energy laser weapon at the institute’s RELLIS campus at the George H.W. Bush Combat Development Complex in Bryan, Texas. The open-air test of the 15-kilowatt laser is the first such experiment in the state, BCDC said Friday. Its positive results prompted […] More
Shawn Mural, former chief financial officer at Raytheon, has joined V2X to serve in the same role and oversee the McLean, Virginia-based company’s overall finance and accounting functions. V2X said Monday Mural has nearly two and a half decades of experience working at RTX and its predecessor company, most recently serving as the Raytheon business’ […] More

Raytheon, an RTX business, has secured a four-year, $80 million contract from the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration to improve flood and water supply and quality prediction and analysis. The Next Generation Water Prediction Capability contract covers the development of a new water resources modeling framework to upgrade the national water model and optimize flood inundation mapping services, NOAA said Wednesday.

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Dave Jungkind, former vice president at the SEAKR Engineering arm of RTX's Raytheon business, has been named the first chief revenue officer of Advanced Space, a Westminister, Colorado-based provider of space technology offerings. In his new role, Jungkind will manage national security programs and head the sales, marketing and business development teams. More
Boeing has received the Raytheon-made B-52 active electronically scanned array radar that will be utilized for system integration, verification and testing activities under a U.S. Air Force modernization program. RTX said Tuesday its Raytheon subsidiary used AESA technologies from AN/APG-79 radar as basis for the B-52 radar, which is envisioned to have better mapping and […] More
Boeing has received the Raytheon-made B-52 active electronically scanned array radar that will be utilized for system integration, verification and testing activities under a U.S. Air Force modernization program. Raytheon used AESA technologies from AN/APG-79 radar as basis for the B-52 radar, which is envisioned to have better mapping and detection range and enable more simultaneous target engagements. More
Raytheon, an RTX business, has started to develop a space-based coastal monitoring instrument for NASA after completing a critical design review phase. RTX said Monday the Geostationary Littoral Imaging and Monitoring Radiometer is designed to help researchers gather data on coastal ecosystem conditions and is being built under a contract with the University of New […] More
Raytheon, an RTX business, has won a contract to design and demonstrate airborne optical energy relays under a Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency program meant to enhance energy distribution and performance in military vehicles. The company will specifically support the Persistent Optical Wireless Energy Relay Program as part of the $10 million cost-plus-fixed-fee award, the Department […] More
Mercury Systems has supplied the final radar processing hardware that Raytheon, an RTX business, will integrate into an initial production batch of Lower Tier Air and Missile Defense Sensor systems for the U.S. Army. More than 160 processors have been delivered to support the first six sensors under a proof of manufacturing contract between the […] More
Raytheon will help digital automation company Node.Digital enhance cybersecurity capability, business development strategy and other practices as part of the Department of Homeland Security’s Mentor-Protege Program. The RTX business will provide Node.Digital with mentorship and technical assistance to allow both parties to bid as prime and support DHS’ program risk mitigation efforts, the aerospace and […] More
Wes Kremer, president of Raytheon, said fourth-tier defense suppliers could decide a course of action regarding their operations if the government commits to multiple years of procuring munition and other systems. “What a multi-year contract does is it gives them surety,” Kremer told Breaking Defense in an interview posted Tuesday. “And when they understand that […] More
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