Raytheon Company's Space and Airborne Systems business has announced the combination of several of its electronic warfare (EW) programs into a new mission area called Electronic Warfare Systems, based at the company's El Segundo, California campus. The portfolio contains the following:
- Next Generation Jammer;
- EW Self Protection Systems;
- EW Communications Systems;
- Advanced EW Programs;
- Airborne Information Operations; and
- Key EW pursuits.
"This new mission area will focus our resources and expertise to provide the technology systems and advanced capabilities our warfighters need to effectively and safely execute their mission," said Rick Yuse, president of Raytheon's Space and Airborne Systems business.
The Electronic Warfare Systems mission area will be led by Travis Slocumb. Prior to assuming his new role, Slocumb was vice president of Strategy and Business Development for Space and Airborne Systems where he worked closely with the U.S. Army, Navy, Air Force, NASA, the Defense Advanced Research Project Agency and the Department of Homeland Security; and provided leadership to numerous international pursuits and captures, such as RACR South Korea.
Raytheon is a global EW leader with technologies, products and programs spanning radar warning receivers, airborne decoys, electronic attack and support, tactical signals intelligence, EW battle management, jammers and shipboard systems.
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