Raytheon And Kongsberg To Field Long-Distance, Anti-Ship Missile

  • Our Bureau
  • 07:56 AM, July 16, 2014
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Raytheon and Kongsberg announced partnering to develop new, long-distance anti-ship missiles during the Farnborough International Airshow.

The Joint Strike Missile’s development is funded by the Norwegian government. Norway is also funding its integration into the F-35 Lighting II jet.

Raytheon is equipping its Tomahawk cruise missile with a seeker. Raytheon is also building the powerful new Air and Missile Defense Radar for U.S. Navy ships.

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