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Precision Weapons

Mission: Precision Targeting

Avoiding casualties. Reducing risk. Minimizing collateral damage. In a new era of warfare, our precision weapons are meeting the mission—hitting the target and nothing else.

Raytheon’s systems incorporate satellite navigation, laser guidance, high-definition radars, advanced seekers and other technologies. They allow customers to carry out discriminating strikes on bona fide targets and defend against incoming attacks with unprecedented effectiveness.

When near misses aren’t acceptable, Raytheon is precisely on target.

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Precision Weapons in the news

Raytheon takes aim at UK Spear deal with SDB II (Flightglobal)

Raytheon Builds a Fleet of Decoy Robots for the U.S. Air Force. Should Investors Welcome Our New Robotic Overlords? (The Motley Fool)

Congress Plans to Boost the Tomahawk Missiles Fleet (DoD Buzz)

USAF tests Raytheon's AIM 120 air-to-air missile on F-35 fighter (airforce-technology.com)

Britain asks U.S. for Tomahawk Block IV torpedo launched missiles (UPI.com)

Why Raytheon Dumped a Decades-Old Way to Make Missiles (CNET)

US to send 2 more ships to Japan by 2017 to counter North Korea nuclear threat (FOX News)

This Tomahawk Is a Mighty Morphin' Cruise Missile (Gizmodo)

Raytheon Calls Its Tomahawk Cruise Missile The 'Transformer Of Modern Weapons' (Business Insider)

News Releases

Raytheon and Kongsberg team to provide air-launched Offensive Anti-Surface Warfare solutions

SM-6 destroys longest range cruise missile target to date

Raytheon awarded $163 million AMRAAM contract

Small Diameter Bomb II nears end of development phase

Raytheon conducts first live fire test of Excalibur S

Raytheon awarded $655 million contract for Patriot

Raytheon, U.S. Navy test Tomahawk Block IV's latest communications upgrades

Raytheon, L3 demonstrate new ship protection system

Raytheon delivers 3000th Tomahawk Block IV to US Navy