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Raytheon has partnered with the Naval Undersea Warfare Center Division Newport to update a sonar system that the company developed to help U.S. Navy personnel recognize mines. The AN/AQS-20A mine-hunting sonar has been updated through a Raytheon-NUWC collaboration that began in August last year as part of a “work for private party” contract funded by the company, Raytheon said Tuesday. The technology captured […] More
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 with performance upgrades and phased […] More
Raytheon has tested its Gallium Nitride technology for applications in the Earth’s orbit. The company demonstrated the GaN monolithic microwave circuit to evaluate the system’s radiation hardness requirement for space environment, Raytheon said Wednesday. Paul Ferraro, Raytheon’s vice president of technologies programs Raytheon’s integrated defense systems business, said the GaN technology is already integrated into defense systems for […] More

The U.S. Navy has fielded the RTX-built StormBreaker precision-guided glide bomb on the F/A-18E/F Super Hornet, providing the multirole fighter aircraft with strike capability against moving targets. RTX said Monday the F/A-18 is the first approved Navy aircraft to carry the air-to-surface weapon system to engage fixed or moving land and maritime targets in all weather conditions.

An RTX business and the U.S. Air Force have fired the latest variant of the defense contractor’s Advanced Medium Range Air-to-Air Missile from an F-16 fighter aircraft, completing the final required flight test of the air defense system. The final live-fire test of the AMRAAM AIM-120D-3 variant concludes the developmental and operational testing phase of […] More
Raytheon Technologies is set to field the latest variant of its Advanced Medium Range Air-to-Air Missile weapon system for the U.S. Air Force and Navy following the completion of a functional configuration audit. The AMRAAM AIM-120D-3 variant completed the audit after undergoing captive carry and platform bench testing and conducting a series of live firings […] More
Raytheon Technologies was tapped by the U.S. Navy to integrate hardware and software for the relocatable over-the-horizon radar, which is used in long-range detection of narcotics being smuggled into the country. The company said Monday it will help improve maritime enhancements to the radar as the project’s lead systems integrator. Raytheon manufactured the ROTHR for […] More
The U.S. Navy and Raytheon Technologies’ missiles and defense business deployed two StormBreaker guided test vehicles from an F-35B Lightning II fighter aircraft and found that the weapon system carried out the required flight behaviors during the test. The deployed weapon systems reached a speed of .9 Mach and completed a seven-shot rate capture series […] More
A Raytheon Technologies business and the U.S. Air Force fired an updated Advanced Medium Range Air-to-Air Missile, dubbed AIM-120D3, from an F-15E Strike Eagle fighter jet against an aerial target at long range during a live-fire test held on June 30. The AIM-120D3 missile developed under the AMRAAM Form, Fit, Function Refresh program combines F3R […] More
Raytheon Technologies and the U.S. Air Force tested a company-built Advanced Medium Range Air-to-Air Missile with updated software as part of a system modernization program. The service branch’s F-15, F-16 and F/A-18 aircraft flew an instrumented AMRAAM on intercept missions during captive flight tests conducted under the Form, Fit, Function Refresh effort, the company said […] More
Raytheon has opened a new facility in Portsmouth, R.I. that will house collaborative work on radar equipment for the U.S. Navy, WPRI-TV reported Monday. Sen. Jack Reed, D-R.I., said during the ribbon-cutting ceremony that the new space will enable companies to work together, as well as with foreign partners and the Naval Warfare Center. He […] More
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