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  • December 20, 2002 -- Raytheon Strategically Realigns Commercial Electronics Businesses
    LEXINGTON, Mass., December 20, 2002 Raytheon Company announced that it will eliminate its 20- person Raytheon Commercial Electronics (RCE) business headquarters located in Lexington, Mass., and reassign its commercial electronics businesses to its government and defense business units. This action will properly align the natural synergies of each individual commercial electronics business with the appropriate Raytheon Company government and defense business.
  • December 17, 2002 -- Ducommun Announces $8M Radar Contract
    LOS ANGELES, December 17, 2002. Ducommun Incorporated announced that its Ducommun Technologies (DTI) business unit has been awarded an $8 million contract by Raytheon to produce 63V1 radar system enclosures for the F-15 aircraft purchased by South Korea. The 63V1 scope of work encompasses five different electromechanical enclosures and related electromechanical subsystems.
  • December 13, 2002 -- Optomec Helps Solve Navy Aircraft Engine Problem
    Albuquerque, NM, December 13, 2002. Optomec, Inc., as part of the Radian MILPARTS consortium, has been awarded a Naval Air Systems Command (NAVAIR) contract to develop a solution for leading-edge roll-over abrasion on T700 engine blisks, using the company's revolutionary LENS( technology. Currently, the standard repair method for T700 engine blisks is replacement, which carries significant cost and lead-time penalties
  • December 11, 2002 -- TRW Wins High-Power Laser Contract
    Redondo Beach, CA, December 11, 2002. TRW has received a $21.3 million contract from the Air Force Research Laboratory to develop an electrically powered solid-state laser that puts out 25-kilowatts of laser beam power. The award is part of the Joint High-Power Solid-State Laser (JHPSSL) program that targets demonstration of the laser by the end of 2004.
  • December 9, 2002 -- Frequency Electronics Wins New DoD Contracts
    MITCHELL FIELD, N.Y. Frequency Electronics, Inc. has been awarded a multi-year, sole-source contract to continue production of its precision timing system for the Advanced Medium Range Air-to-Air Missile (AMRAAM). This missile is used by the US Air Force, US Navy, and other NATO nations. FEI's timing system is the heart of the missile's guidance capability, the most advanced in the world

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