Computer Equipment Donations

Raytheon has partnered with Operation Homelink to provide computers to military families. To date, Raytheon has donated:

  • 1516 notebook computers
  • 821 desktop computers

 These donations have been sent to military families based all over the US, including:

  • National Guard in Massachusetts, Illinois, Georgia and North Carolina
  • Marines at Camp Lajeune,Naval Air Station JRB in Fort Worth, TX and MCAS Beaufort
  • Army at Fort Bragg

Operation Phoenix

Developed in 2008 by two retired senior non-commissioned officers – a disabled veteran and a wounded warrior, Operation Phoenix launched in May 2009 as a special Raytheon program to attract, hire and retain military veterans.

Members of the Raytheon Talent and Acquisition team serve as coaches and advocates for potential new veteran employees and are dedicated to recruiting and networking qualified veterans across Raytheon. They attend more than 50 veteran-related career fairs, hiring expos, and outreach events across the country each year and also provide resume and interviewing support to veterans transitioning into the private sector.

The Operation Phoenix website is specifically for servicemen and women. Candidates can apply for positions and identify their status as a veteran.

Local Initiatives

Raytheon and its employees show their commitment and respect to members of the armed services through a number of local initiatives:

  • Providing free admission to major sporting events in New England and Florida for active duty servicemembers
  • Sending care packages to troops stationed overseas through the USO and Anysoldier.com
  • Welcoming home troops at airports throughout the country