Invested in Australia

Invested in Australia

Raytheon Australia’s tactical Unmanned Aerial System (UAS) solution for the Australian Army’s LAND 129 Phase 3 program harnesses our 20-year pedigree as an experienced, multi-domain prime systems integrator across the ADF.

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Creating Local Jobs

Together, our Australian team will enable 150 Australian jobs dedicated to manufacture, assemble, integrate, deliver and sustain the ADF’s new tactical UAS air vehicle, ground station and support system as a fully sovereign solution. 

Ready Now to Deliver

Our team has the proven people, processes, tools and capability to deliver this capability in Australia right now.

Raytheon Australia has extensive in-country capability, knowledge and experience in the delivery of complex acquisition and sustainment programs for the Australian Defence Force. We currently deliver a portfolio of over 50 programs to the ADF across all defence domains, with more than half of these having a support focus. 

Supporting a Local Team of SMEs 

We have built a team of 10 Australian SMEs and suppliers to deliver work packages across Queensland, New South Wales, Victoria, Western Australia and the Australian Capital Territory.

Our open architecture solution will enable us to transfer the world’s best UAS technology to Australian SMEs, creating a truly sustainable and sovereign TUAS capability for Australia. 

Transferring capability and knowledge to Australia will help create significant export opportunities for local SMEs

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Australians Delivering for Australia

Our solution will be delivered by Australians, for Australia. This includes providing research and development opportunities to build next-generation UAS capabilities within Australia.

100% Australian Capability for Army

The Raytheon Australia team will deliver a solution for LAND 129 Phase 3 that is backed by Raytheon Australia’s 20 year investment in a sovereign complex systems integration capability, allowing us to offer a world-class system to meet the Australian Army’s tactical UAS requirements.