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All hands on deck for learning

Raytheon UK has teamed up with the Royal Navy and Royal Marines Charity to deliver a number of fun, interactive STEM-based activities for young students to get involved in and keep them entertained for the remainder of the summer.

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Shattering the glass ceiling

Raytheon UK and the rest of the world will celebrate International Women in Engineering Day 2020, June 23. The awareness campaign raises the profile of women in engineering and focuses attention on the career opportunities available to girls in this industry.

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A friend on the phone

A Raytheon UK Digital lead business analyst volunteers her time as a “befriender” to veterans through a Royal Air Forces Association programme. She checks on their welfare, offering them regular telephone friendship and alerting them to other support services.

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Homemade protection

A Raytheon UK aircraft design engineer uses a 3D printer to provide more than 6,000 headbands and visors to three hospitals in Lincolnshire, England.

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Heals on wheels

A Raytheon UK programme manager, by day, volunteers for the Lincolnshire Emergency Blood Bike Service, at night, delivering critical medical supplies and laboratory specimens when most are asleep.

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Prioritising those with the most need

A Raytheon UK engineer and his wife helped set up the Sheffield City Council's COVID-19 Triage Response Helpline.

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This engineer works on top of a Norwegian mountain to install the Condor MK3 next-gen radar.

Peak performance

This engineer works on top of a Norwegian mountain to install the Condor MK3 next-gen radar.

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STEM Counts

The interactive MathsAlive! exhibit will help inspire future engineers.

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One of the panel sessions at AFF 2019

Partnerships for the future

The Atlantic Futures Forum hosts thought-leaders in collaborative defence.

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