U.S. Defense contractor Raytheon Missile & Defense, based here in Tucson, Arizona, has been awarded a contract by the United States Air Force, for a potential of $375 million. The order provides for the creation of a “Miniature Self-Defense Munition,” which would...
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Replacing technology systems they’ve maintained since the mid-1980s, Raytheon Technologies Corp announces they have been contracted to provide secure satellite communications (SATCOM) to the United States Navy and her seaboard allies. The deal, first announced as part...
U.S. aerospace defense contractor Raytheon, who recently merged with United Technologies, announced plans May 19th to shutter their operations in Albuquerque, New Mexico. The company, now under the new conglomerate Raytheon Technologies Corp, intends to shift...