Trump’s Naval Buildup To Boost Raytheon’s Radar Business

Credit: Raytheon’s SPY-6 Air and Missile Defense Radar will be installed on new DDG-51 Flight III guided missile destroyers and then back-fitted to the remaining fleet: Raytheon
The Trump administration’s drive toward a 350-ship U.S. Navy bodes well for Raytheon’s integrated defense systems business, with two next-generation air surveillance radars under development for U.S. destroyers, aircraft carriers and amphibious warships. Raytheon is now the majority supplier of...

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