News Feature Archive
Two of a kind
Raytheon Technologies is applying its decades of hypersonic expertise to efficiently develop end-to-end systems to protect the nation and its allies.
A virtual student veteran
Jennifer Hosley, a teacher at Alma Middle School in Arkansas, is instructing students virtually while pursuing an online master’s degree in educational leadership. She is a U.S. Army veteran and past recipient of the Student Veterans of America and Raytheon Missiles & Defense Patriot scholarship, which is open for applications.
Delivering on a promise
Raytheon Missiles & Defense partners with Mentor Rhode Island to deliver its mentoring program virtually amid the coronavirus.
A new radar for the US Navy
Raytheon Missiles & Defense builds the SPY-6 radar and has completed near-field testing on the first 14’x14’ modular array, moving the system one step closer to installation on the Navy’s first Flight III guided missile destroyer.
A critical role in air defense
NASAMS has been part of the U.S. National Capital Region’s air defense system since 2005. A small team of former veterans will provide air defense for four more years.
It runs in the family
The announcement for two new 2020 Raytheon Missiles & Defense Air Defense Artillery Association scholarships is expected in June and will be awarded specifically to children of Air Defenders – active, National Guard and retired – who are seniors in high school.
Protection with touchless tech
Raytheon Missiles & Defense is helping prevent the spread of COVID-19 by developing a touchless door opener and keypad pusher with its 3D printing and waterjet cutting technologies.
The game is to train
The Reconfigurable Table Top Trainer, referred to as RT-3, provides simulated, but realistic, training for operators of the Patriot air and missile defense system.
Keeping the doors open
Ironstone Farm in Andover, Massachusetts, is facing cuts due to COVID-19. Raytheon Missiles & Defense is stepping in to help. (Photo: Ironstone Farm)