Raytheon Wants U.S. Army To Adopt Standard Missile

HUNTSVILLE, Alabama—The U.S. Army may be clamoring for lower-tier air defense weaponry, but Raytheon Missile Systems has something much grander in mind. The company’s missile systems division in Tucson, Arizona, is pitching the U.S. Navy’s Standard Missile for the land force. But don’t get this...

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