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Raytheon at the 2017 Paris Air Show

From the future battlespace to sophisticated weaponry for air dominance, from special mission aircraft to the collective defense that will protect Europe, Raytheon is showcasing its advanced technologies at the 2017 International Paris Air Show. Read about these groundbreaking innovations:

Eye in the sky

Eye in the sky

Raytheon transforms civilian aircraft like the Beechcraft King Air 350, Bombardier Global Express and Gulfstream G550 into ultra-sophisticated surveillance planes, aligning futuristic airborne technologies to ground-based systems to deliver unmatched awareness.

Bridging the generation gap

Bridging the generation gap

The F-35 is the world's most advanced fighter jet. And as Raytheon works to equip it with high-tech weapons and new radars, the company is integrating them on older fighters as well.

Precision without precedent

Precision without precedent

The same technology that will help safely guide naval aviators onto the decks of aircraft carriers in roiling seas will also help the U.S. Navy's future unmanned tanker perform similar landings.

The Future Battlespace

The Future Battlespace

The future battlespace will be wrought with threats unimagined a few short years ago. How to meet them? With an array of innovations designed to maintain fighting advantage.

I was a teenage rocket scientist

I was a teenage rocket scientist

Teens compete for a chance to represent the U.S. in the International Rocketry Challenge at the Paris Air Show on June 23, squaring off against teams from the United Kingdom, France and Japan.

Collective missile defense

Collective missile defense

Raytheon leaders discuss NATO, Europe and the course ahead.

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