News Feature Archive
The Swiss Army knife of radars
The KuRFS radar uses advanced electronically scanned array, or AESA, technology to provide precise, persistent surveillance of airborne objects.
Eyes of the surface fleet
At the Raytheon Technologies radar development facility in Andover, Massachusetts, engineers and robots work together to build revolutionary radars.
Why we test
Valuable lessons are learned when missile defense tech is put through its paces.
Mastering the skies
Air dominance depends on the technology an aircraft carries, including avionics, sensors and weapons.
Mind of the swarm
Raytheon Technologies' innovations allow drones to swarm in a flock, like birds do.
There is no single perfect solution for countering drones. But there are proven, advanced technologies to address the threat.
A missile for the US Navy
The U.S. Navy has selected the Naval Strike Missile from Raytheon Technologies and Kongsberg Gruppen for over-the-horizon defense of littoral combat ships and future frigates.