Mission: Precision Targeting
Avoiding casualties. Reducing risk. Minimizing collateral damage. In a new era of warfare, our precision weapons are meeting the mission—hitting the target and nothing else.
Raytheon’s systems incorporate satellite navigation, laser guidance, high-definition radars, advanced seekers and other technologies. They allow customers to carry out discriminating strikes on bona fide targets and defend against incoming attacks with unprecedented effectiveness. These reliable, overmatch solutions give militaries a decisive edge on the battlefield.
When near misses aren’t acceptable, Raytheon is precisely on target.
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Precision Weapons in the news
Raytheon to restart SM-2 missile line after $650 million sale: executive (Reuters)
Raytheon's Huntsville-made SM-3, SM-6 missiles take center stage at Paris Air Show (Huntsville Times)
VIDEO: Tomahawk missiles: Everything you need to know (Engineering 360)
Raytheon has a genius plan to make the Stinger missile a drone-killer (The National Interest)
Raytheon adapts small missile to shoot down drones (Arizona Daily Star)
Sailors recall helping coordinate 'no-fail' missile strike in Syria (Military.com)
No hiding from Raytheon's skinny, all-weather bomb (Arizona Daily Star)
Inside look at Tomahawk missile facility (CNN)
VIDEO: Raytheon unveils new long range missile at AUSA Global Force 2017 (WAAY-TV)
Here's how the Air Force is fixing the F-35's moving target problem (Defense News)
U.S., Japan conduct successful missile interception test (CNN)
Raytheon offers Stryker-mounted Stinger missile for U.S. Army mobile air defense
Raytheon enhances Tomahawk cruise missile to hit moving targets at sea
Raytheon partners with Ducommun to build Naval Strike Missile fire control systems
Global demand sparks Standard Missile-2 production restart
Raytheon, Kongsberg to offer Naval Strike Missile for U.S. Navy over-the-horizon requirement
Newest SM-6 interceptor aces final land-based test, moves to at-sea testing
Small Diameter Bomb II completes high-speed wind tunnel testing
U.S. Army awards Raytheon $116.4 million contract for Long-Range Precision Fires technology maturation and risk reduction
Stinger missiles with proximity fuzes destroy UAVs in first-ever test
Standard Missile-6 passes rigorous graduation tests
New electric gun for Phalanx close-in weapon system passes first test
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