Raytheon Lands Army National Guard Training Support Extension; Bob Williams Quoted

Raytheon Lands Army National Guard Training Support Extension; Bob Williams Quoted
Bob Williams

TYSONS CORNER, VA, June 22, 2020 — Raytheon Technologies' (NYSE: RTX) intelligence and space business will continue to support U.S. Army National Guard trainings under a potential $30M contract, ExecutiveBiz reported June 11.

The company said June 10 it will equip brigade combat teams with sensors as part of the Exportable Combat Training Capability program and facilitate an additional five rotations through October.

Bob Williams, vice president of global training solutions at RI&S, noted that the business works to create battlefield effects, sensors and role-players necessary to train soldiers.

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