News Feature Archive
The spirit of service
Service is a thread that weaves through the fabric of the Raytheon Missiles & Defense business, one of four businesses that form Raytheon Technologies Corporation.
Fast and furious
Less than 120 days from when the U.S. Army chose Raytheon Technologies to produce the new Lower Tier Air and Missile Defense Sensor, the first LTAMDS radar antenna array was built.
A defense powerhouse
Raytheon Missiles & Defense, a business of the newly formed Raytheon Technologies, provides the industry’s most advanced end-to-end solutions to detect, track and engage threats.
A new variant of the Excalibur munition has shown in tests that it can hit moving targets.
Flexibility on the fly
Raytheon Technologies and Kongsberg Defence & Aerospace are building a weapon with a standoff range long enough to keep pilots out of harm's way.
Bridging the generation gap
Raytheon Technologies is arming the F-35 with advanced tech and modernizing 4th-gen fighter aircraft.
The mission endures
Raytheon Technologies employs thousands of veterans, many of whom carry over their sense of mission from the military to their work for the company.
A place of comfort
Members of a Raytheon Technologies employee group that connects and supports veterans, helped to build a retreat for veterans.
The Year of the Radar
Under a $250 million contract with the U.S. Navy, Raytheon Technologies will outfit two ships with SPY-6, for a total of total of nine DDG-51 Flight III destroyers that will carry the radar.