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Thomas Bussing, former vice president and deputy general manager of Lockheed Martin’s Advanced Development Projects program, has been appointed co-chair of the board of directors for Stratolaunch. He will lead the board alongside Jim Geisler and support Stratolaunch’s efforts to realize its mission to be at the forefront of hypersonic technology, the flight test company […] More

Raytheon hosted a circuit board build contest in a move to foster student interest in the areas of science, technology, engineering and math. The challenge took place during the MathMovesU Day on Feb. 4 at the University of Arizona where Raytheon engineers guided Tucson-based elementary students through construction and inspection of circuit boards, the company said Feb. 12.

Raytheon has shipped the first small satellite for the Space Enabled Effects for Military Engagements program to the Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency for integration onto a Spaceflight Industries payload. The defense contractor said Wednesday it designed the SeeMe satellite to provide real-time tactical imagery to American soldiers deployed in remote and beyond-line-of-sight environments to […] More
Aviation Week has recognized Raytheon and the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration with the publication’s Laureate Award for the deployment of company-built Coyote unmanned aerial vehicles to track and model Hurricane Maria last year. NOAA launched six Coyote UAVs from a Lockheed Martin-built WP-3D Orion aircraft in efforts to help agency researchers view the storm and examine its behavior from the inside, Raytheon […] More
Raytheon and Israel-based unmanned air system manufacturer UVision to develop and offer small loitering airborne technology to U.S. military organizations. Raytheon said Friday it seeks to adapt UVision’s man-packed, canister-launched Hero-30 system to make it perform lethal target engagement, intelligence, surveillance and reconnaissance functions. The company intends for the modified technology to help address the U.S. Army‘s Lethal Miniature Aerial Missile System requirements. Thomas Bussing, Raytheon vice […] More
Raytheon Co. has concluded a program planning review for the company’s Multi-Object Kill Vehicle prototype in collaboration with the Missile Defense Agency as part of a process to define the platform’s aspects. MDA and the company assessed the program ahead of a concept review in December to continue work under a contract awarded to Raytheon in August, the company said […] More
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 addresses the need for a […] More
Raytheon and the U.S. Army have demonstrated the features of the Accelerated Improved Intercept Initiative missile during a Black Dart military exercise, where the missile intercepted an unmanned aerial system and a cruise missile. The company said Thursday the AI3 missile features a “semi-active” seeker and radar system to detect targets and will be used to support the Army’s Indirect Fire Protection Capability Block […] More
Raytheon Co. has demonstrated its Mobile Range system’s tri-band telemetry antenna to test the technology’s reception and tracking capabilities. The system worked to track an AIM-9 missile onboard an F-18 Hornet aircraft through L-, S- and C-Band telemetry signals during a demonstration at Naval Base Ventura County in California, Raytheon said Thursday. ”Mobile Range’s test […] More
Raytheon has completed a guided flight test of its SeaGriffin missile to demonstrate the weapon’s semi-active laser guidance system and newly-added imaging infrared seeker. The SeaGriffin missile took flight from an integrated surface launch system in London and provided command and control operators for target verification before homing in on a strike, the company said Monday. The company said […] More
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