News Feature Archive
Mission training on a digital battlefield
The Stinger Virtual Trainer® uses recent advancements in virtual reality and gaming to provide a safer, cheaper and easier way for troops to get their reps on the Stinger missile launcher.
The F-15EX Eagle II: What we’re bringing to the Air Force’s new fighter
Raytheon Technologies has developed several systems for the new F-15EX Eagle II including precision weapons, sensors and avionics.
A new era for the Tomahawk missile
Raytheon Missiles & Defense has delivered the first upgraded Tomahawk Block IV systems to the U.S. Navy and will begin producing the new Block V missiles later in 2021.
Coming soon: A smart combat vehicle
Raytheon Technologies and American Rheinmetall Vehicles will use artificial intelligence to operate the Lynx Infantry Fighting Vehicle with two soldiers and a third virtual crew member.
Visualizing the art of the possible
Raytheon Missiles & Defense is using artificial intelligence and machine learning to assess data from its own products, predict their performance in real-world scenarios and help customers make better purchasing decisions.
Finding peace after service
Raytheon Missiles & Defense and the Boulder Crest Foundation partner to help veterans and their families reclaim their lives.
Updating the fleet faster
Raytheon Missiles & Defense is offering an agile DevSecOps-based surface combatant software factory to answer the U.S. Navy’s call for a system that will revolutionize its ability to respond to and outpace threats.
Life after the military
Raytheon Technologies helps military veterans find new careers as civilians
A new layer of homeland defense
The Standard Missile-3, a defensive weapon built to destroy intercontinental ballistic missiles, has completed its first-ever intercept of a simulated ICBM in a test off the coast of Hawaii.