The two leading defense prime rivals for hypersonics work, Lockheed Martin and Raytheon, said this week they expect Pentagon work toward counter-hypersonics defense systems to ramp up over the next year. “Every one of our businesses has some type of a counter-hypersonic work that is going on,” Raytheon Chairman and CEO Tom Kennedy said Oct. 24. “So it is a big part of our efforts here at Raytheon and growing. Also, the whole hypersonic area by itself is growing for ...

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