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||TOW Wireless Missile
by RaytheonCompany - 2014-04-03 12:03 - 5,442 views
The TOW® missile has transitioned to wireless guidance, replacing
the wire guidance system, and is now being produced for U.S. Army,
U.S. Marines and all of our international customers. The transition
from wire-guided to wireless is transparent to all ground firing platforms
and gunners. The TOW wireless missile maintains all of the reliability,
precision and lethality that TOW has demonstrated for more than 50 years.
For more information on the TOW missile, visit http://www.raytheon.com/capabilities/products/tow_family
||Excalibur: pinpoint precision tool for eliminating enemy threats
by RaytheonCompany - 2014-03-10 10:50 - 3,104 views
The U.S. Army conducted a First Article Test (FAT) from December 4-7,
2013, to determine the production readiness of Excalibur Ib. This highly
successful test once again demonstrated Excalibur's unparalleled capabilities
as the longest range, most precise artillery munition ever fielded by the US military.
||JSOW, MALD and HARM vs. The Advanced Threat
by RaytheonCompany - 2014-03-06 14:59 - 4,373 views
The unique capabilities of HARM, JSOW and MALD
work to disrupt and overwhelm an advanced adversary
across multiple domains while protecting aircraft.
For more information, visit: http://www.raytheon.com/capabilities/products/harm
||We call it Excalibur. Our customers call it true precision.
by RaytheonCompany - 2014-02-12 13:50 - 3,524 views
Earlier this summer, the U.S. Army and Raytheon put Excalibur
through the most rigorous environmental tests to date. Excalibur
projectiles were dropped, vibrated, and exposed to extreme hot and
cold temperatures. Despite these extreme testing conditions,
Excalibur performed superbly, scoring direct hits on targets at
record ranges in excess of 50 kilometers and achieving an overall
average miss distance of 2.2 meters.
For more on Raytheon's Excalibur, visit
||DDG 1000: America's Next-Generation Destroyer
by RaytheonCompany - 2014-01-27 17:28 - 5,188 views
The Zumwalt-class destroyers are America's next generation
combat ships. The first in a class of three revolutionary U.S. Navy
vessels, known as the DDG 1000, will soon take to the seas in 2014.
Cutting-edge technologies enable the DDG 1000's advanced
capabilities, provide the ship's unmatched versatility and
dramatically reduce manning requirements.
The Zumwalt-class destroyers feature Raytheon technologies and
equipment that will benefit the Navy for years to come. Learn more:
||Hybrid-Defend Recon Assault Vehicle (Hy-DRA)
by RaytheonCompany - 2013-12-28 09:50 - 4,642 views
Hy-DRA Hybrid Electric Drive All Terrain Vehicle
The Hybrid-Defense Reconnaissance Assault vehicle (Hy-DRA) is
the mobility solution for today's warfighter. The high-performance,
low-acoustic and heat signature Hy-DRA all-terrain vehicle will give
the warfighter unprecedented mobility while maintaining the
element of surprise when faced with rugged terrain and an elusive
Hy-DRA uses mature, off-the-shelf hybrid electric-drive technology
integrated into a small, rugged ATV design. Leveraging proven
technology and design principles from off-road racing and extreme
rock-crawling, Hy-DRA is the ideal vehicle for special operations
and expeditionary forces.
For more on Hy-DRA, visit: http://www.raytheon.com/capabilities/...
||Detect-Control-Engage: Integrated Undersea Warfare
by RaytheonCompany - 2013-10-11 15:50 - 5,398 views
Lurking deep beneath the vast cover of the world's oceans, threats
like mines, submarines and unmanned undersea vehicles are
proliferating. These hazards hinder the security of nations, their
militaries and vital trade routes.
Raytheon delivers a portfolio of integrated undersea warfare
solutions which help the U.S. and allied naval fleets detect, deter,
and defend against a variety of threats.
Learn more about our Integrated Undersea Warfare solutions:
||Standard Missile-3 Shoots Down Satellite
by RaytheonCompany - 2013-10-04 13:33 - 5,856 views
In 2008, the U.S. government used Raytheon's Standard Missile-3
(SM-3) to intercept a non-functioning satellite that contained toxic
fuel. The SM-3 was modified for this unique operation and
performed beyond its intended capabilities to intercept the target
over the Pacific Ocean. This video animates the SM-3's interception
of the satellite.
For more information on Raytheon's Standard Missile-3, visit
||Soteria Improvised Explosive Device Detection System
by RaytheonCompany - 2013-09-26 14:13 - 9,247 views
Soteria, a new sensor system from Raytheon detects buried bombs
by "seeing" into the ground ahead of a vehicle, an innovation aimed
at stopping the No. 1 threat to deployed troops. The Soteria system
can determine the shape, size, orientation and exact location of
mines and improvised explosive devices, or IEDs.
||Patriot Air and Missile Defense System Time-Lapse Photography
by RaytheonCompany - 2013-09-25 17:23 - 4,669 views
This time-lapse video incorporates hundreds of still photos of
Raytheon's Patriot air and missile defense system. Read more
about Patriot at www.raytheon.com. Music: "At The Count" by
Broke For Free.