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An RTX business has completed another live-fire demonstration of Lower Tier Air and Missile Defense Sensor, the advanced, 360-degree air and missile defense radar it is developing for the U.S. Army. The defense contractor said Thursday Raytheon conducted a series of exercises showcasing LTAMDS' integration with the Integrated Battle Command System, the radar's tracking of a cruise missile surrogate and its relay of target track information to IBCS to guide a missile to intercept the target.

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RTX business Raytheon will produce new common sensor payloads for General Atomics-built MQ-1C Gray Eagle unmanned aircraft systems under a potential $118 million undefinitized contract action finalized by the U.S. Army.

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L3Harris Technologies subsidiary Aerojet Rocketdyne has secured a contract to manufacture launch and flight motors for FIM-92 Stinger missiles to help RTX business Raytheon replenish the U.S. Army’s inventory of the anti-aircraft missiles. The replenishment contract awarded to Aerojet marks the first time in nearly two decades the company will manufacture new missiles for the U.S. military, L3Harris said Thursday.

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RTX's subsidiary, Raytheon, has secured a $47.9 million firm-fixed-price job order from the U.S. Navy to provide company-built infrared sensors along with spare parts for the Naval Air System Command’s Program Office for Multi-Mission Tactical Unmanned Aerial Systems. Under the contract, the Department of Defense said Friday the contractor will produce and deliver nine AB/DAS-4 Multi-spectral Targeting Systems.

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R2S, a joint venture between Rafael Advanced Defense System and Raytheon, an RTX business, has begun the construction of a new manufacturing facility in East Camden, Arkansas, to house the production of air defense missiles for the U.S. Marine Corps. The companies will invest $63 million in the development of the new facility, which will build the domestic production line for the Tamir missile for the Iron Dome Weapon System and its SkyHunter missile weapon variants, the office of Governor Sarah Huckabee Sanders said.

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An RTX subsidiary is set to collaborate with industry partners for the development of a new technology that could enhance sensor capabilities across ground, maritime and airborne domains under a $20 million National Security Technology Accelerator contract. RTX said Thursday Raytheon will package commercial devices from partners like AMD to assemble a next-generation multi-chip package capable of transforming radio frequency energy into digital information with more bandwidth and higher data rates.

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A three-week field test of the Counter-Electronic High-Power Microwave Extended-Range Air Base Defense system, or CHIMERA, recently took place at White Sands Missile Range in New Mexico. RTX business Raytheon said Monday that it had conducted the test in collaboration with the Air Force Research Laboratory, with whom the company is working alongside Naval Surface Warfare Center Dahlgren Division and the Undersecretary of Defense for Research and Engineering to develop CHIMERA under the Directed Energy Front-line Electromagnetic Neutralization and Defeat program.

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RTX business Raytheon, in partnership with the U.S. Army, recently conducted a live fire demonstration of the Lower Tier Air and Missile Defense Sensor, the next-generation air and missile defense radar of the military service. RTX said Wednesday that the demo saw LTAMDS acquire and track a tactical ballistic missile surrogate, hand off tracking data to the Integrated Battle Command System, then guide a PATRIOT Advanced Capability - 3 Cost Reduction Initiative missile launched by the IBCS to intercept the target.

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The Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency has awarded RTX's Raytheon BBN Technologies the Resilient Supply-and-Demand Networks contract. The RSDN contract calls for the development of a modeling and simulation tool that will work to predict how supply demand networks might be impacted by shocks and formulate mitigations to address those effects, RTX said Monday.

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Raytheon, an RTX subsidiary, and the U.S. Army demonstrated the ability of a next-generation air and missile defense radar system to acquire, track and intercept a cruise missile during a recently concluded live-fire engagement test. The Lower Tier Air and Missile Defense Sensor detected and tracked a threat-representative cruise missile target, transmitted track data to the Northrop Grumman-built Integrated Battle Command System for launch command and guided a PAC-3 missile to intercept the target, RTX said Monday.

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