Raytheon Starts Disputed Missile Defense Work

Raytheon said March 26 it was beginning work on a $575 million, three-year U.S. Army contract first won last June now that a competitor’s repeated protests have been discarded, potentially for the last time. Within the next two months, Raytheon said it will begin accepting directions from the Army...
Michael Bruno

Based in Washington, Michael Bruno is Aviation Week Network’s Executive Editor for Business. He oversees coverage of aviation, aerospace and defense businesses, supply chains and related issues.

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