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A contract has been secured by Raytheon Company from an international customer for Paveway IV precision guided bombs, which is estimated to cost USD200m.
Raytheon awarded first international contract for Paveway IV Raytheon Company received a contract from an international customer for Paveway* IV precision guided bombs valued at more than $200m.
Raytheon Company (NYSE: RTN) said it received a contract from an international customer for Paveway IV precision guided bombs valued at more than USD200m.
UK-based BAE Systems, a global defence and aerospace systems company, has developed a precision guided bomb to enhance the multi-role combat capabilities of its fighter aircraft Eurofighter Typhoon.
Ask Iraqi tankers who were slaughtered by American armor they couldn't even see in 1991--or who were "plinked" off, one by one, by Air Force planes dropping precision guided bombs on them in the middle of the night--if they thought technological superiority was "overrated.
Its products address a wide spectrum of combatant commander needs, from precision guided bombs and air-to-air missiles, to mobile shelters for troops, and B-2 bombers.
In addition to the F/A-22, EDO will be weapons integrator on the new F-35 Joint Strike Fighter, and is teamed with Raytheon on the UK's recently awarded Precision Guided Bomb development and production contract.
US PRESIDENT George W Bush today appeared to move forward his war timetable in an attempt to assassinate Iraqi dictator Saddam Hussein with cruise missiles and precision guided bombs.