Advanced technology gives the U.S. and allies an edge in the skies.
In a world where threats evolve fast and software must evolve faster, Raytheon works closely with warfighters and key partners to test and deploy mission-critical applications at groundbreaking speeds.
A new strategic blueprint implies broad changes in Marine Corps aviation fleet, starting with F-35 orders.
Raytheon is arming the F-35 and modernizing 4th-gen fighters
It's not enough to give older planes the best and newest weapons. They also need radars – and that's another way Raytheon is bringing new life to U.S. and allied fourth-generation fighters.
New Eyes For An Old Friend
The sensor upgrade will unlock new capabilities for the B-52, including maritime strike, not its traditional area of operation.
In every conflict, in every domain, Raytheon’s next-generation capabilities provide today’s aircraft with the ability to dominate tomorrow’s battlespace. Learn more
Raytheon’s Joint Precision Approach and Landing System uses differential GPS to safely and accurately land aircraft. JPALS is not just for landings at sea. We tackled the toughest landing challenge first…guiding an aircraft to hook the wire on an aircraft carrier. This landing tech is tailorable to wide range of environments such as contingency operations requiring rapid deployment, or land-based airfields with curved, segmented and even specialized approaches.
From next-gen sensors to advanced weapons systems to precision landing, Raytheon is enhancing the F-35 with air dominance solutions that deliver success across every phase of the mission.