News Feature Archive
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.
Ready and revolutionary
As members of Team Lynx, Raytheon Technologies and American Rheinmetall Vehicles will offer an American-made Lynx vehicle to answer the U.S. Army’s call for an Optionally Manned Fighting Vehicle.
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.
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.