Greece's decision to acquire Patriot PAC-3 air defense systems, T-6A trainers and upgrade its Hawk missile systems represents more than $1.4 billion in new business for Raytheon. Although terms of the final contracts have yet to be negotiated, the Patriot order alone could be worth more than $1.1 billion. Greece will acquire four of the air defense systems, with options for two more. Work will be conducted in Greece and at Raytheon's Andover, Mass., facility with the first battery to ...

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