Global Patriot Solutions
Ready for today. Right for tomorrow.
Raytheon's Global Patriot Solutions provide 13 countries, including five NATO nations around the globe with a combat proven missile defense architecture that is continuously upgraded to keep ahead of evolving threats.
As threats evolve, so has Patriot. Patriot is a long-range, high altitude, all-weather solution that has been rigorously tested more than 2,500 times with U.S. Army oversight under real-world conditions. It can counter threats from tactical ballistic missiles, cruise missiles, drones and advanced aircraft.
The Future of Air and Missile Defense
Global Patriot has a defined growth path that will ensure the system remains in service through 2048 and beyond. Recent enhancements include:
- GaN-based AESA radar technology to increase detection range, power and enable 360 degree coverage
- Common Command and Control to allow seamless operation with partner and allied systems
- Ability to fire multiple missile types, matching the right missile to the threat
Solutions Based Approach
Raytheon's customers require a solutions based approach to defense – featuring next-generation systems designed with open architecture and tailored to their specific needs. Solutions that are co-developed and co-produced by a network of more than 2,800 global suppliers, using the latest innovations in technology and manufacturing.
Ready and reliable, Global Patriot Solutions are interoperable and can be integrated into existing systems to become part of a larger integrated air and missile defense architecture.
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Patriot Radar 360 App
Get up close and personal with Raytheon's state-of-the-art Patriot AESA radar in this Google Cardboard virtual reality experience. Download the app by visiting the Google Play Store or iTunes Store or on your device.
Don’t have Google Cardboard? That’s fine too. The app will still give you an interactive look at Patriot.
Download Patriot wallpaper for any device:
Raytheon completes milestones on path to production-ready GaN-based AESA Patriot
Posted: Jun. 11, 2015