FARNBOROUGH — With politicians in the U.S. clamoring for a “hedge” against future missile threats, and budget cuts anticipated on both sides of the Atlantic, Raytheon is pitching a “smart defense” approach. With internal investments, over the last 18 months the company has designed an architectural analysis tool to show how NATO can leverage current missile defense systems against various scenarios, says Wes Kremer, vice president of Air and Missile Defense systems. The modeling ...
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