Last Updated: 10/09/2012*

As U.S. defense budgets continue to tighten, Raytheon looks to such venues as the oldest air show in Europe to help expand international sales that have grown nearly 70 percent since 2004 and now account for 25 percent of the company’s revenue.

At the Berlin Air show in mid-September, Raytheon showcased its strengths in integrated air and missile defense systems, one of the strongest areas for international growth, and displayed the latest aerospace technology for civil and military purposes. Playing host to government customers and guests from around the world, executives demonstrated such Raytheon solutions as the Modern Man Station, from which an operator controls the Patriot Air and Missile Defense System.

Meanwhile, an exhibition by the German Bundeswehr of a Patriot launcher and its associated radar afforded a close-up look at the most combat-proven and effective air and missile defense system in the world.

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