News Feature Archive
The road to the paralympics
Raytheon Technologies was a gold sponsor of the U.S. Paralympics Cycling Open, and employees rallied around the cause to cheer on the athletes.
Shoring up defense over the horizon
The latest version of Naval Strike Missile Coastal Defense Systems will bolster Romania’s defensive advantage against high-end maritime targets.
Formidable Shield 2021: Standing together at a critical moment
Formidable Shield 2021 unites 10 nations for integrated air and missile defense engagements.
Throwing out the rulebook
Members of academia, industry and government talk new approaches to hypersonic weapons and capabilities during the virtual Hypersonic Weapons Summit.
Investing in the future of STEM
The free college prep school – set in a city full of scientists, engineers and cyber experts – is a training ground for students considering careers in science, technology, engineering and math, collectively known as STEM.
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.