News Feature Archive
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)
Raytheon Technologies' engineers and technicians working behind-the-scenes on SPY-6, the U.S. Navy’s program of record, is known as #TeamSPY6.
Caring for the connection
Amanda Becotte, an adviser in the Raytheon Missiles & Defense Stand and Deliver program, is virtually mentoring Nanyeli Perez, a senior at Lawrence High School in Massachusetts.
The most watchful eye
Early Warning Radar, or EWR, has been continually modernized to provide early detection and tracking of ballistic missiles, and to distinguish between incoming attacks and objects that pose no threat.
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.