News Feature Archive
Securing the high seas
Raytheon Technologies supplies tech the U.S. and allies use for layered missile defense.
A Raytheon Technologies-built Exoatmospheric Kill Vehicle destroyed a mock intercontinental ballistic missile over the Pacific Ocean in a Missile Defense Agency test.
Radar on a road trip
The Navy's next-generation radar for aircraft carriers and amphibious warfare ships journeyed to Wallops Island for intense testing, one step closer to full production.
Raytheon Technologies systems like the Naval Strike Missile, Tomahawk cruise missile and Standard Missile-6 help defend the fleet.
Innovation under the sea
Raytheon Technologies has produced a small, lightweight sonar to help keep Naval fleets safe.
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.