Raytheon and the U.S. Navy completed the final developmental test of the latest generation of the Ship Self Defense System, or SSDS, Integrated Combat System for the USS Gerald R. Ford (CVN 78) aircraft carrier.
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29 May 2019
Raytheon's missiles played vital roles in the Naval Striking and Support Forces NATO military exercise called Formidable Shield 2019, which took place off the coast of Scotland and included scenarios of no-notice target launches, the US company said on May 28, 2019.
20 May 2019
Canada is requesting a US$387 million order for 425 Mk 54 lightweight torpedoes conversion kits through the US Foreign Military Sales program, the Defense Security Cooperation Agency stated on May 17, 2019.
12 May 2019
Raytheon is awarded a contract for design agent and engineering services efforts to support the Cooperative Engagement Capability (CEC) for the U.S. Navy.
09 May 2019
Raytheon has for the very first time publicly introduced the Block 2 variant of its Coyote anti-UAS system at this year’s Sea Air & Space exposition. Intended to be officially proposed for any US air defense program, « the Coyote Block 2 is a game changer in the field of targeting UAV or even bigger targets », Naval News learned.
07 May 2019
Raytheon Company successfully tested a hot fire rocket motor for DARPA's Multi-Azimuth Defense Fast Intercept Round Engagement System, or MAD-FIRES, the US defense giant stated at Sea Air Space 2019, held in Washington.
06 May 2019
Raytheon announced during Sea Air Space 2019 that, together with the U.S. Navy, they completed a new round of successful Excalibur N5 munition test firings. The precision-guided projectiles demonstrated various short, mid and long range capabilities.
25 Apr 2019
Sailors aboard US Navy USS Thomas Hudner (DDG 116), in partnership with Program Executive Office Integrated Warfare Systems (PEO IWS), successfully executed the first live-fire engagement with the new AEGIS Virtual Twin system, a prototype of the AEGIS Virtual Combat Management System, the PEO IWS said on April 23.
11 Apr 2019
The U.S. State Department approved a possible Foreign Military Sale to Japan of up to fifty-six (56) Standard Missile-3 (SM-3) Block IB missiles for an estimated cost of $1.150 billion.