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Raytheon Racks Up $50M in ISR, Electronic Warfare Awards

Raytheon Co.‘s (NYSE: RTN) electronic warfare business has capped a busy month that saw it place $50 million in contract awards under its belt, the company has announced.

The company won work with the U.S. Navy, Air Force and international customers to provide airborne and shipboard jammers, radar warning receivers and towed decoys, among other products.

Mark Kula, vice president for Raytheon’s tactical airborne systems, said the electronic warfare market will evolve to include intelligence, surveillance and reconnaissance data collection and electronic attack systems.

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