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Joining forces to power indigenous business success

Raytheon Australia has joined forces with 100% Indigenous and veteran-owned business Willyama Services, furthering its ongoing commitment to developing the nation’s sovereign defence industry capability.

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From the ground, up

From this totally self-sufficient off-grid land base, 1,200-kilometres north of Perth, a Raytheon Australia team provides continuous space surveillance operations: 24 hours a day, 365 days a year.

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Ready for the future

Raytheon Australia’s GradX program supports undergraduates through their last year of university, followed by a guaranteed position upon graduation. Once on-board in a full time capacity, GradX participants have the opportunity to work in various programs or functions within the organisation.

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Delivering a sovereign defence capability

In April 2021, Raytheon Australia launched Capability Plus, a small and medium enterprise engagement program, designed to support and enhance SME’s capability to deliver Australian Industry Capability, or AIC.

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Supporting career goals of the ADF community

Raytheon Australia and UniSA support the career transitions of Australian Defence and their families.

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Inspiring Australia's youth

Raytheon Australia partners with the Australian Youth Aerospace Association to provide young Australians with opportunities to explore the wonders of aerospace and avionics.

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The Centre for Joint Integration opens

Following the official opening of the company’s multi-domain precinct, the Centre for Joint Integration, Raytheon Australia is ready to enhance the defence capabilities of today and support the defence programs of tomorrow.

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Meet Navy’s newest trusted partner for Australian OPVs

Raytheon Australia will continue to deliver for the Royal Australian Navy with its selection as the Capability Life Cycle Manager for the Arafura Class Offshore Patrol Vessels.

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Uncovering the origins of the solar system

Raytheon Australia recently supported the Department of Defence and the Japanese Aerospace Exploration Agency during the Hayabusa2 capsule re-entry and landing at the Woomera Test Range in South Australia after a six-year space voyage.

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