Last Updated: 01/12/2012*
Raytheon Company showcases our naval technologies at the Surface Navy Association’s 24th Annual Symposium in Crystal City, Va., this week.
With a theme of “A Credible Force in Uncertain Times”, SNA brings representatives from U.S. Navy leadership, industry, congress and the media to learn about and discuss the latest topics in naval surface warfare.
Raytheon’s Missile Systems and Integrated Defense Systems built on the company’s symposium theme of “A naval technology leader, delivering trusted solutions in uncertain times”.
RMS is represented by an array of some of the world’s most widely used weapon systems that support the exhibit’s theme. Along with the SM-2, SM-3, SM-6 and Evolved Seasparrow Missile, the Rolling Airframe Missile and SeaRAM ship self-defense system are highlighted. The Phalanx Close-In Weapon System and Tactical Tomahawk are also featured in the Raytheon display.
IDS’ extensive work on the Zumwalt-class destroyer is featured prominently and emphasizes the U.S. naval superiority for the future. In addition to Zumwalt, IDS is displaying a variety of its advanced capabilities in ballistic missile defense, ship self defense, anti-submarine warfare and mine countermeasures.
Raytheon innovation enables operational advantages across air, land, sea, space and cyberspace. When performance is critical, Raytheon is a reliable partner, delivering trusted solutions in uncertain times.
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