The Year at Raytheon: Favorite Stories of 2016
Tales of innovation and inspiration from Raytheon.com
We showed you technology that could give soldiers an unpredecented view of the battlefield, and unmanned aerial vehicles that use artificial intelligence to work in groups. We showed you how we're working to help veterans make the switch to civilian life, and our continued commitment to helping military families succeed through educational opportunities.
As we end one year and begin another, please enjoy this selection of favorite articles from Raytheon.com.
Stay tuned. There's a lot more to come in 2017.
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New tech is changing undersea warfare.
Raytheon systems deliver a decisive edge on the battlefield.
Three decades after the movie, our experts weigh in on what's changed.
Working for a defense contractor is surprisingly cool.
Raytheon puts the power behind Navy's new Mach 6 railgun.
Standard Missile-6, built for anti-air warfare, sinks target ship in test.
Raytheon adds firepower to the world’s most advanced fighter jet.
A new Raytheon missile will double the Army’s combat power.
Distributed lethality arms U.S. Navy with offensive capability.
No Barriers, Raytheon help 14 veterans with disabilities reclaim their lives.
Raytheon’s transformational naval radar arrives in Hawaii for ‘live target’ testing.
The best missile defense is built in layers.
For the Patriot Air and Missile Defense System, the best is yet to come.
Rechargeable armor could save precious power in battlefield.
Raytheon’s Envisioneering Center places customers into realistic threat scenarios.
Unable to read until age 16, Kristy Mandigo overcame disabilities to build a stellar career.
Student veterans share leadership lessons learned while in uniform.
Pro football teams seek an edge through tools mastered by the military.
Augmented reality technology helps soldiers navigate through danger.
Real-life cyber experts review the best and worst movie hackers.
Remembering Raytheon engineer Ray Tomlinson, 1941-2016.
With learning robots and emotional computers, artificial intelligence becomes real.
Raytheon helps shape the next generation of unmanned aerial vehicles.
Raytheon technology will deliver unimagined abilities on the battlefield.
Last Updated: 12/20/2016