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In Paris, Raytheon sells high-tech situational awareness

Road Trip 2011: At Paris Air Show, military contractor is showcasing new technologies, including one intended to allow commanders in the field to triangulate multiple sources of intelligence data.

By Jun. 21, 2011

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At new Raytheon plant, America's missiles come to life

The giant military contractor today opened the doors to its mammoth missile production and test facility in Huntsville, Ala.

6 Images By Nov. 26, 2012

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Raytheon, Lockheed lock horns for Space Fence contract

The Air Force expects to deploy its $3.5 billion system by 2017, and in the process improve its space debris tracking ten-fold. If it works, as many as 200,000 pieces of junk can be tracked.

By Jun. 1, 2012

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Raytheon signs on for all-fuel engines

The Mark V engine made by Cyclone Power Technologies is to be redesigned for the defense company in a new "MantaRay" version.

By Apr. 28, 2011

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At Raytheon, where engineering rules

Road Trip 2010: The defense giant encourages openness among its 40,000-plus engineers as it tackles tech issues in areas from missiles to radar to semiconductors.

By Aug. 3, 2010

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Raytheon passes major Navy destroyer radar milestone

The U.S. Navy is evaluating next-gen radar technology from three major military contractors. Raytheon says its Gallium Nitride tech has surpassed 1,000 hours of testing without problems, a crucial step.

By Sep. 19, 2011

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Raytheon cockpit takes cues from games

Defense company looks to gaming industry for design

By Nov. 1, 2006

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Storm-tracking NOAA satellite system gets a technology boost

The Joint Polar Satellite System is getting $185 million worth of updates and upgrades that will support the system's complete technological refresh.

By Feb. 28, 2014

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NSA site where Snowden worked hadn't updated anti-leak software, says report

The National Security Agency facility in Hawaii apparently didn't have enough bandwidth to run the updated "insider threat" monitoring software.

By Oct. 18, 2013

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Look! Up in the sky! It's an antimissile blimp!

Known as JLENS, a new program that could be deployed by next year aims to protect Washington, D.C., by putting surveillance radar on tethered blimps 10,000 feet overhead.

By Jul. 24, 2013