Navy asks Raytheon to build 100 more advanced Tomahawk cruise missiles in $139.2 million order

Raytheon to build 100 Tomahawk cruise missiles

PATUXENT RIVER NAS, Md., 30 Jan. 2015. Munitions experts at the Raytheon Co. (NYSE:RTN) will build 100 Tomahawk Block IV long-range cruise missiles for the U.S. Navy under terms of a contract modification announced Thursday.

Officials of the Naval Air Systems Command at Patuxent River Naval Air Station, Md., are asking The Raytheon Missile Systems segment in Tucson, Ariz., to build the advanced surface ship- and submarine-launched cruise missiles under terms of a $139.2 million contract modification.

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