Raytheon To Compete On Missile System




 
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Raytheon To Compete On Missile System
 
September 20th, 2008  
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Raytheon To Compete On Missile System
Arizona Daily Star (Tucson)
September 20, 2008
By Arizona Daily Star
Tucson-based Raytheon Missile Systems and Lockheed Martin Corp. won separate awards to develop competing versions of a new air-to-ground missile for the U.S. military, Bloomberg News reported.
Raytheon won a $125 million, 27-month contract to develop technology for the Joint Air-to-Ground Missile, company spokesman John Nelson said. Lockheed won a $122 million contract over the same period, the Bethesda, Maryland-based company said in a statement.
 


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