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Meridian, Miss. selected for Raytheon's T-100 trainer
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System equips the F-35 and unmanned aircraft with safer, more accurate landing guidance
Air Force Research Laboratory and Office of the Secretary of Defense tap Raytheon to drive GaN performance
Company wins industry group's 2016 Industrial Award for upgrading systems that control 80 percent of US air traffic
Award-winning STEM exhibit brings math to life for students
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Raytheon-NCSA global survey finds growing awareness of cybersecurity careers, but gender gap widens
Testing demonstrates end-to-end functional checkout, integration of Block 1 capabilities
Scholarship honors Medal of Honor recipient Monsoor, second Zumwalt-class destroyer namesake
Boasting advanced technology and booming demand, the U.S.-based aerospace industry is reaching new heights. Here are the three best stocks in the sector.
Integrated sensor data to deliver enhanced situational awareness
As this highly profitable blue-chip shows, aerospace/defense technology is one of the best investing opportunities on the planet.
New technology upgrades introduce innovations to keep the system fielded through 2040
Partnership brings wide-area motion imagery and high-resolution video to real-time target detection and identification
New ground-based air defense will enable intercepts at greater ranges and higher altitudes
Gift will fund construction of a home for a veteran and family
Raytheon Standard Missile-6 sets new record while destroying over-the-horizon target
A head and shoulders top in Raytheon sets up the short trade.
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AeroVironment and Raytheon have the resources to survive an increasingly competitive market and to meet surging demand.
Donald Trump says he won't cut defense spending as president of the United States -- but he might change where dollars are going.