Raytheon Teams Up With Ducommun to Build Fire-control Systems for Naval Strike Missile

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Raytheon Teams Up With Ducommun to Build Fire-control Systems for Naval Strike Missile
Raytheon Naval Strike Missile

Raytheon will team up with Ducommun to build fire-control systems for Naval Strike Missile (NSM).

The NSM is a long-range anti-ship and land-attack missile. Raytheon is offering NSM for US Navy’s requirement for its littoral combat ships and future frigates.

Raytheon is assembling a manufacturing and supplier team for US production of the weapon. Work on the fire-control systems is expected to begin in late 2017 at Ducommun's Berryville and Huntsville locations.

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