Raytheon’s legacy in Europe continued with the opening of a new office in Warsaw, Poland, a facility which will also serve as the company’s regional hub for eastern Central Europe and the Baltics.

Raytheon is committed to substantial industrial participation opportunities for the Polish defence and aerospace industry, including technology development.

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Poland’s Ministry of National Defense announced the start of phase two of a technical dialogue regarding their national medium-range air and missile defense system, known as “WIS?A”. Raytheon is one of five parties shortlisted for the continuing dialogue. Raytheon will cooperate with Poland on the future technology development roadmap of Patriot and has identified many co-development opportunities for Polish industry to participate spanning integration, command and control, and radar technologies.

Raytheon recently signed a Letter of Intent with Poland’s Polski Holding Obronny sp.z o.o. (PHO) to explore cooperation and mutually beneficial business opportunities related to Poland's air defense (AD) architecture and ambitions, as well as potential exports to and cooperation in third country markets. Raytheon is also exploring opportunities with several other Polish companies across the country’s defense sector, as well as their world renowned research institutions.

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Raytheon, together with its Norwegian partner Kongsberg, is also prepared to offer significant workshare and technology exchange with Polish industry on the NASAMS system, which could meet the Polish MoD requirement for a short range air defence system.

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