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Secretary of Defense nominee Mark T. Esper, who spent nearly seven years as a Raytheon executive, appears to be on the fast track to replacing James Mattis. (ASSOCIATED PRESS)

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The Pentagon's research arm, DARPA, has awarded Raytheon a $63.3 million contract for the Tactical Boost Glide hypersonic weapons program (TBG). (Image: Raytheon, concept art screenshot)

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Raytheon's re-engineered Patriot radar prototype uses two key technologies - active electronically scanned array, which changes the way the radar searches the sky; and gallium nitride circuitry, which uses energy efficiently to amplify the radar's high-power radio frequencies (PRNewsFoto/Raytheon Company)

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Raytheon has a new laser-guided, 155mm “Excalibur” artillery shell — with technology that allows the weapon to change course mid-flight — that it’s pitching to the Army and Navy. The dual-mode Excalibur variant called Excalibur S maintains its GPS guidance system but also adds a laser spot tracker which is a seeker that will detect laser energy from a laser designator and guide to that energy spot on a target.

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Raytheon's Joint Land Attack Cruise Missile Defense Elevated Netted Sensor System. (Image: Raytheon)

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This undated photo courtesy of Raytheon BBN shows Raymond S. Tomlinson. The hardworking "at" symbol that makes our e-mail go has a rich history in commerce and was used almost exclusively by grocers and accountants when it was plucked from obscurity on a teletype machine's keyboard by Tomlinson back in 1971. (AP Photo/Raytheon BBN) NO SALES

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