Raytheon announced Monday that its designed National Coast Watch Center(NCWC) has been opened for maritime security in Philippines.
Raytheon also implemented and equipped the center and its coastal system with its integrated border security solutions. Further, NCWC aims to improve the country's ability to detect, prevent and deter threats and security risks in its territorial waters.
The coastal watch system project is part of Cooperative Threat Reduction Integrating Contract II awarded in April 2011, supported by the US Defense Threat Reduction Agency to the Philippines Maritime Agencies.
Raytheon also provided communication and surveillance solutions for the Palawan and Cebu islands with associated training and sustainment for the Filipino operators. Dave Wajsgras president of Raytheon Intelligence, Information and Services said, “The centre's opening represents our commitment to providing critical services and solutions to help countries mitigate the risk of illicit weapons and materials crossing their sovereign borders.
ThalesRaytheonSystems announced Monday that it has won a US$104 million contract from NATO to upgrade the Alliances current missile defense command and control capability. The contract signed on 11th May will strengthen and expand the functionality of NATOs existing missile defense command and control system
Raytheon announced Wednesday that it has won a $20 million Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency (DARPA) contract to develop and demonstrate technology to enable air-launched hypersonic boost glide systems for missiles for the Tactical Boost Glide program (TBG). The hypersonics will enable missiles to fly more than five times faster than speed of sound
Raytheon has won $2 billion contract to deliver the combat-proven Patriot Air and Missile Defense System to an undisclosed international customer. The contract, awarded on April 2, 2015 and booked in the second quarter as a direct commercial sale, includes fully digitized new-production Patriot fire units with the latest technology for improved threat detection, identification and engagement, the company announced on Friday
Raytheon announced Wednesday that the company along with the US Navy successfully completed the final free flight in the integrated testing phase for the Joint Standoff Weapon C-1. During the development test, JSOW C-1 demonstrated its effectiveness against moving maritime targets, a crucial capability against current and future surface warfare threats
Raytheon announced on Thursday that it has successfully integrated existing Long Range Acquisition Scout Surveillance Systems (LRAS3) sensor-to-missile during a recent exercise in USA. The companys Missile Systems engineers connected two dismounted, remotely operated sensors to a soldier's laptop and hand controller, sending commands directly to a nearby Griffin missile launcher
Philippines plans to spend US $20 billion on modernizing its forces in the backdrop of growing threat from China in the disputed South China Sea. “The blueprint includes installing radars and sensors and buying submarines, frigates, fighters, surveillance planes and missile systems,” Major-General Raul del Rosario, military chief of plans was quoted as saying by Reuters Tuesday
The US Navy and Raytheon completed operational testing and evaluation live fires of the AIM-9X Sidewinder Block II infrared air-to-air missile. The company announced Wednesday that testing and evaluation consisted of 16 planned shots against a mix of full-scale and sub-scale targets
Lockheed Martin announced tuesday that it will team with Bombardier and Raytheon to compete for the US Air Force's next generation Joint Surveillance Target Attack Radar System (JSTARS) replacement. The team aimed to develop a low-risk, affordable replacement for the E-8 Joint Surveillance Target Attack Radar System (JSTARS), a ground surveillance, battle management, as well as command and control aircraft that was built by Northrop Grumman
Raytheon announced on Wednesday that AMRAAM-ER, its new extended range variant of advanced medium-range air-to-air missile (AMRAAM) has successfully completed lab testing. The test validated that the missile can be integrated and employed from the NASAMS launcher
Raytheon has won the $25 million contract to deliver sensing, command and control, and communications systems along with the training and sustainment services necessary to operationalize maritime border security capabilities for the Republic of the Philippines. The planned works under second phase of the Defense Threat Reduction Agency (DTRA) maritime border security contract includes Installation of a common operating picture platform in the National Coast Watch Control (NCWC) and National Coast Watch Stations in two different Philippine provinces
Raytheon has won a $149 million modification contract from the US department of defense for Standard Missile-2 and Standard Missile-6. This contract modification will incorporate requirements for one base production year (fiscal 2015) and one option year (fiscal 2016), Pentagon announced Friday
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