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.
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.
The giant military contractor today opened the doors to its mammoth missile production and test facility in Huntsville, Ala.
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.
The Mark V engine made by Cyclone Power Technologies is to be redesigned for the defense company in a new "MantaRay" version.
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.
Defense company looks to gaming industry for design
The Joint Polar Satellite System is getting $185 million worth of updates and upgrades that will support the system's complete technological refresh.
The National Security Agency facility in Hawaii apparently didn't have enough bandwidth to run the updated "insider threat" monitoring software.
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.