News Feature Archive
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.
To shield and protect
Raytheon Technologies offers missile defense systems like Patriot and is introducing new advancements in counter-hypersonics and advanced early warning.
Show me the radar
The U.S. Army is replacing the Patriot radar with one called LTAMDS. Here's what you need to know about it.
Packing a punch
GEM-T, a mainstay of the U.S. Army’s Patriot air and missile defense system, is used to defeat aircraft and tactical ballistic and cruise missiles.
Defense at the speed of light
Raytheon Technologies' advanced high-power microwave and mobile, high-energy laser defeated swarms of unmanned aerial systems in a U.S. Air Force demonstration.
A team of 10 disabled veterans undertook the 2019 Veteran Wilderness Expedition in Big Bend National Park on the Rio Grande in Texas.
Arming the F-35
Raytheon Technologies makes much of what Lockheed Martin’s F-35 Joint Strike Fighter carries.
Meet the new radar
The U.S. Army chose Raytheon Technologies to build LTAMDS, a next-generation radar.