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Raytheon

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Raytheon Systems Company
Sensors and Electronic Systems
2501 South Highway 121
Lewisville TX, 75067-8122, USA
Raytheon: A short history
For more than 75 years the Raytheon Company has been a leader in developing
defense technologies and in converting those technologies for use in commercial
markets. From its early days as a maker of radio tubes, its adaptation of World War II
radar technology to invent microwave cooking, and its development of the first

guided missiles, Raytheon has successfully built on its pioneering tradition to become a global technology leader. Through strategic acquisitions and mergers, Raytheon has acquired the resources of companies with equally distinguished records of innovation. Breakthroughs include the laser, the Surveyor lunar lander, high resolution satellite

imaging of earth resources and magnetic anomaly detection services.
Today, Raytheon is focused on three core business segments: defense and
commercial electronics; business aviation and special mission aircraft; and

engineering and construction. Raytheon is a top-tier player in each of these segments. Each provides the company with the capabilities it needs to build on its strength as an innovator and to prosper in a highly competitive global economy.

Raytheon's $9.5 billion merger with Hughes defense operations in 1997 and the
creation of Raytheon Systems Company mark an important milestone in the
company's history. Built on the combined forces of Raytheon Electronic Systems,

Raytheon E-Systems, and Hughes and Texas Instruments' defense operations,
Raytheon Systems Company is now fully equipped to meet the needs of its customers
and employees\ue000 well into the 21st century.
For more Raytheon history, click here.
Source \u2013 Raytheon
Raytheon Systems Company
\u201c Raytheon Systems Company (RSC) is a global leader in defence electronics and
complex integrated information systems. Applying technology to project realities, we
deliver electronics solutions. In defence missions, we give our fighting men and
women the tools they need to succeed. In federal and commercial projects, we help
our customers use technology to address complex issues like air traffic control and
environmental management.
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\u201c Raytheon Systems Company is made up of five segments: Defence Systems; Sensors
and Electronic Systems; Command, Control, Communication and Information
Systems; Aircraft Integration Systems; and Training and Services. We provide an
array of services in the design, update, integration, and delivery of electronics

solutions.

\u201c An historic name, Raytheon is associated with some of this century' s great leaps
forward in technology. Our 75-year history includes achievements like secure
wireless communications, shipboard radar, and guided missile systems. Continuing in
our tradition of excellence, RSC works from a core set of values\ue000 values of integrity,
respect, citizenship, innovation, and teamwork that establish our high standard of

performance and dependability.

\u201c With unparalleled resources and a dedication to customer needs, RSC is a
leader in our continued innovation and systems-based solutions. Please contact us to
discuss how our people and our technology can help your organisation perform

throughout the world.
Raytheon at a glance
\u2022
One of the largest defense contractors in the world
\u2022
The third largest US military contractor
\u2022
A pioneer in the conversion of defense technologies for commercial markets
\u2022
Defense Systems\ue000Missile Systems; Strike Systems; Air/Missile Defense

Systems; Naval and Maritime Systems; Centres of Excellence for Printed
Wiring Board Fabrication, Circuit Card Assembly, Microelectronics and Metal
Fabrication

\u2022
Sensors and Electronic Systems\ue000 Surveillance and Reconnaissance
Systems; Surface Radar; Tactical Systems; Air Combat and Strike Systems;
Centres of Excellence for Electro-Optical Components/Coolers and Optics
\u2022
Command, Control, Communication and Information Systems\ue000 I n t egr at ed
Systems: Air Traffic Control, Command & Control, Flight Simulators and
Simulation Modelling Systems. Communication Systems: Satellite
Communications and Tactical Communications/Data. Imagery and Geospatial
Systems; Strategic Systems; and System for the Vigilance of the Amazon
(SIVAM)
\u2022
Aircraft Integration Systems\ue000Tactical Reconnaissance; Maritime Patrol
Aircraft; Government Systems; Commercial/ Executive Aircraft; and Joint
Operations Group
\u2022
Training and Services\ue000 Depot and Engineering Support; Scientific and
Technical Services; Range Systems; Data Systems; Training Systems; and
Integrated Logistics Support.
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Sensors and Electronic Systems
\u201c Sensors and Electronic Systems (SES) is a leading developer of advanced

technology systems. SES programs include radar, electronic warfare, infrared, laser, and GPS technologies. Our systems\ue000 found on land, sea, air, and space\ue000 are used for purposes including surveillance, reconnaissance, targeting, navigation, and

scientific research.
\u201c Providing solutions to US Forces and Allies world-wide, we equip combat
vehicles like the M1 Abrams tank and the Bradley Fighting Vehicle, in addition to a

host of light armoured vehicles. SES technology is deployed in aircraft including the F-14, F-15, F-16 and F/A-18 fighters, the B-2 stealth bomber, F-117 stealth fighter, and U -2 reconnaissance aircraft, to name a few. We also put state-of-the-art technology in the hands of the infantry.

\u201c Our sensors and electronic systems are used for federal and commercial purposes
as well. Programs like law enforcement, security, oil spill response, and search and

rescue use our technology. In space, SES programs range from the Optical Telescope
Assembly and Fine Guidance Sensors for the Hubble Space Telescope to the
Moderate Resolution Imaging Spectroradiometer, the keystone instrument for NASA' s
Earth Observing System that will open a new era of Earth remote sensing, providing a
detailed understanding of the environment.

\u201c An established force in electronics systems, SES posts more than $3 billion in annual

sales. We are headquartered in El Segundo, CA, and have locations in the US and
overseas. Please contact us at the number below to discuss our work and the needs of
your organisation.

January 14, 1999 Raytheon Company

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