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Air Dominance

Air Dominance

Raytheon's superior, integrated avionics, sensors and weapons perform hand-in-hand to help fighter pilots take control of the skies with combat air power.

Interoperability

Interoperability is a key to achieving mission success. Raytheon designs systems with a common, open architecture, allowing for rapid upgrades, compatibility and scalability at affordable cost. Our full spectrum solutions can be integrated on Eurofighter Typhoon, F-15, F-16, F/A-18, F-35, Gripen Fighter, and Mirage platforms.

Innovation

Raytheon continually upgrades its air-to-air and air-to-ground weapons, sensors and avionics making them relevant to today's battlespace in the skies and across the electromagnetic spectrum. We are also developing the next generation of technology that enables warfighters to stay a step ahead of emerging threats.

Integrated Fighter Solutions

Raytheon's full spectrum of integrated radar, infrared and electronic warfare technology enables international fighter fleets to upgrade their capabilities to meet current combat demands. Our interoperable avionics solutions provide superior detection, range, targeting, tracking and protection capabilities by seamlessly linking AESA radar, advanced mission computing, electronic warfare and weapons systems together.

Air Combat Products


Electronic Warfare

 


AESA Combat Radars


Avionics & Communications


Weapons & Targeting Systems

 

Learn more about Raytheon's capabilities: Precision Weapons, Radars.


Wallpaper Instructions

Windows Desktop

Click the "Desktop" link below the image of your choice. In the next window, right-click the image and choose "Set as Background" from the menu. If the image stretches, please check your computer display settings.

Mac OS 10 Desktop

Click the "Desktop" link below the image of your choice. In the next window, click and drag the image to your Pictures folder. Hold down the Control button on your keyboard while clicking on an empty area of your computer desktop. Choose "Change Desktop Background..." from the menu. Navigate to the image that you have chosen and click on it. Choose a display option from the drop-down menu.

iPad and iPhone

Click the link for your device below the image of your choice. In the next window, touch and hold the image and choose "Save Image" from the menu. Go to Settings, Brightness and Wallpaper, click the Wallpaper, select Camera Roll, choose an image, move and scale if desired, then choose whether to set as Lock Screen, Home Screen or Both.

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Feature Stories

Arming the F-35 - Raytheon adds firepower to the world’s most advanced fighter jet

Three radars are better than one - The best missile defense is built in layers

'Top Gun' today - Three decades after the movie, our experts weigh in on what's changed

Goes long, flies high - Raytheon’s new extended-range, surface-to-air missile will enhance proven air defense system

The radar whisperer - Patricia Brandon's mission is Raytheon's AESA radar

Guided, gliding and ready to fly - Small Diameter Bomb II heads to production after rigorous testing

Control from the cockpit - Two former fighter pilots explain the meaning of air dominance

Photo Gallery

Air Dominance Photo Gallery Launch Gallery

Multimedia

The Definition of Air Dominance — As Told by a Former Fighter Pilot Play Video

The definition of air dominance — As told by a former fighter pilot

RACR F/A-18C Radar InstallationPlay Video

RACR radar installation into F/A-18C

Raytheon AMRAAM Proves Air Combat and Defense CapabilityPlay Video

Raytheon AMRAAM proves air combat and defense capability

AESA Interactive Play Interactive

AESA interactive

Media Coverage

Here's how the Air Force is fixing the F-35's moving target problem (Defense News)

VIDEO: Farnborough 2016: Giving the F-35 its spark (Shephard)

F-35 packs a punch (AINonline)

Beyond the fighter jet: The Air Force of 2030 (Defense News)

Air Force introduces Air Superiority 2030 study (U.S. Air Force)

News Releases

New JSOW C-1 ready for U.S. Navy fleet

U.S. Navy awards Raytheon $291 million for AIM-9X

Raytheon missile fired more than 30 times from the Joint Strike Fighter

U.S. Army enlists Raytheon to help develop next-generation radar

Raytheon, USAF complete new round of Small Diameter Bomb II flight tests

U.S. Air Force awards Raytheon $34 million to demonstrate advanced aerial decoy-jammer

Raytheon's Air and Missile Defense Radar prepares for live target testing

U.S. Air Force awards Raytheon $573 million to continue building AMRAAM

JSOW C-1 gliding weapon scores direct hit in first operational test

Future drones, planes, missiles no match for new Raytheon radar

Successes -- and hardware -- stack up for Raytheon's AMDR

Raytheon marks 200th global delivery of F-15 AESA radar

U.S. Air Force, Raytheon test advanced electronic warfare weapon