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Raytheon Wins $270M to Integrate, Test Osprey Avionics Systems; Todd Probert Comments

Todd Probert
Todd Probert

Raytheon (NYSE: RTN) has won a $270 million contract to integrate and test the V-22 Osprey aircraft’s avionics systems for the U.S. Navy‘s Air Systems Command.

The company’s intelligence, information and services unit will perform systems integration, software engineering, testing and acquisition support services at its Indianapolis-based facility through December 2019, Raytheon said Tuesday.

Todd Probert, vice president for mission support and modernization at Raytheon, said the company will apply its aircraft modernization technology and seek to provide combat-ready tools to pilots.

The V-22 is designed to incorporate a helicopter’s mobility and the long-range performance of a turboprop aircraft.

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