News Feature Archive
-Third Air Warfare Destroyer delivered
The Australian Department of Defence provisionally accepted Sydney, the third and final Air Warfare Destroyer on February 14, 2020, at the Osborne Naval Shipyard in South Australia.
-The Sydney is sea-ready
As part of the Air Warfare Destroyer Alliance, Raytheon Australia recently played a major role in sea trials for the and final third Hobart Class Air Warfare Destroyer, Sydney.
-Toward a healthier workplace
Raytheon Australia employees participated in MyMarathon, a national-wide initiative in Australia run by the Heart Foundation, encouraging participants to run, jog or walk the distance of a marathon.
-Are you ready for GradX?
Raytheon Australia has launched a program to attract university undergraduates from varying disciplines to join the company.
-Committed to people programs
Raytheon Australia’s managing director recognised for investing in people-oriented programmes.
-Strong partners: the Australia-US alliance
Raytheon personnel help simulate threats for Talisman Sabre 2019.
-Investing in our people
Raytheon Australia’s Leadership Continuum program develops new leaders.
-Ready for anything
Raytheon Australia recently took part in the Royal Australian Air Force’s Exercise Diamond Storm, providing equipment and personnel to support the ‘adversary forces’ to help the RAAF maintain its fighting edge.
-Cave of innovation
The Cave Automatic Virtual Environment allows engineers to use virtual reality technology to streamline the engineering process.
-An investment in missile defence
A new Raytheon facility keeps assembly and jobs in Australia.
-Bringing maths to life
Raytheon’s global, interactive traveling exhibition MathsAlive! has opened in Canberra with dozens of displays.
-Game on down under
Raytheon's sponsorship of the Invictus Games 2018 is part of the company's long-standing support of Australian veterans.
-MathsAlive! travels to Australia
MathsAlive!, the one-of-a-kind interactive math and science exhibit, is coming to Australia.
-Thousands of missions build success
Raytheon Australia trains the nation's defenders for electronic warfare
-Massive – and modern
Equipping Australia's Woomera Test Range for the next generation of fighters and weapon systems is a huge undertaking – and it starts with Raytheon's Mobile Range® system.
-Opening Australian opportunities
A $297 million contract awarded to Raytheon Australia at the opening of its new Naval and Integration Headquarters in Adelaide has cemented the Australian government’s commitment to invest locally in the country's defence industry.
-A Big-Picture Thinker
A national award for Raytheon Australia engineer Brodie Ryan reflects his leadership skills, his success on the Royal Australian Navy’s new destroyer program, and the company’s deep pool of local expertise.
-The strongest of partners
Raytheon Australia Managing Director Michael Ward told government and other officials that industry plays a crucial role in the nation's security.
-To Get Their Gears Going
Questacon’s Innovation Factory, proudly supported by Raytheon, tells the story of systems integration, about how machines work together to do inventive things.
-Securing Our Future
An international survey says Australia must do more to create a cyber workforce.
-'It's for all of us'
Raytheon Australia’s Director of Corporate Affairs and Communications, Sarah Valentine, has been named the 2015 Telstra Australian Capital Territory Corporate and Private Business Woman of the Year.
Australia’s enduring alliance with the United States will continue to act as a crucial force multiplier.
For Australia’s future submarine program, early engagement between Platform Systems Integrator and Combat System Integrator is crucial.
-Faces of Collins
These individuals have helped to create iconic success for Australia's navy.
-Integrated in Australia
Australia needs the skills to successfully design the systems engineering and systems integration solutions for these high-level systems.
-Inspiration and Imagination
Raytheon and Questacon bring to life the latest Virtual Excursion installment: Mission Astronautica.
-Helping Others Find Their Way
Raytheon Australia supports collaborative initiative promoting STEM-related careers
-Australia Launches New Air Warfare Destroyer
The Royal Australian Navy held the launch ceremony for its most sophisticated and potent ship in Adelaide.
-A Quest for Talent
Raytheon and Questacon, the National Science and Technology Centre, partner to inspire the next generation of engineers and scientists.
-Raytheon and Defence sign contracts for new mobile satellite communications
Raytheon Australia and the Department of Defence have together signed the contract for Project JP2008 Phase 5B1 to provide the ADF with increased mobile satellite communications.
-Raytheon leads industry debate on future frigate
Michael Ward discusses interoperability and common mission systems architecture at the recent Surface Fleet Conference in Canberra.
-It opens our minds, and it opens doors
Raytheon engineers work with with high-school girls in Arizona to spark their interest in science and math.
-Helping veterans hit the books
Three student veterans have been chosen to receive a $10,000 scholarship from Raytheon and Student Veterans of America.
-U.S. Navy Test Doubles Defense to Meet Modern Missile Threats
Raytheon-built interceptors destroyed four missile targets in a recent flight test simulating the massive type of battle that military planners fear may dominate the future of naval warfare.
-Raytheon and Navajo Nation: 25 years of teamwork
Raytheon's Diné Facility in Farmington, New Mexico, has a workforce with a proud tradition. Nearly 90 percent of its employees are members of the Navajo Nation.