Tactical Tomahawk Cleared For Operational Evaluation
- TOMAHAWK BLOCK IV FLEET INTRODUCTION. // NATO's Nations & Partners for Peace;2004, Vol. 49 Issue 5, p234
Reports on the inclusion of the Tomahawk Block IV cruise missile of Raytheon Company in the arsenal of the U.S. Navy as of December 2004. Features of the cruise missile.
- Tomahawk. // Machine Design;05/20/99, Vol. 71 Issue 10, p53
Introduces Tomahawk BGM-109 subsonic cruise missile built by Raytheon Systems Co. Features of the missile; Landing attack versions.
- Raytheon ships first of new Tomahawks. Schliesman, Kyle // Inside Tucson Business;5/31/2004, Vol. 13 Issue 48, p15
Reports on the shipment of a line of Block IV Tactical Tomahawk cruise missile by the Tucson, Arizona-based Raytheon Missile System to the Navy in San Diego, California. Specifications and missile capabilities; Tactical applications; Manufacture of the missiles.
- Raytheon Working New Proposal For FY '09 Buy of Tomahawk Block IV Cruise Missile. Fein, Geoff // Defense Daily;7/29/2008, Vol. 239 Issue 20, p9
The article reports that Raytheon is working on a new offer to the U.S. Navy for its Block IV Tomahawk cruise missile for 2009 deal. Harry Schulte, vice president for air warfare systems at the U.S. Navy, said that both Raytheon and the Navy are interested in another multi-year contract. He...
- Navy Looking At Expanded Tomahawk Mission, Could Include Surface Warfare. Fein, Geoff // Defense Daily;3/29/2006, Vol. 229 Issue 60, p3
The article reports that the U.S. Navy is in the early stages of preparing for another five-year multiyear contract with Raytheon for Tomahawk cruise missiles and is exploring expanding the missile's mission set to possibly include surface warfare. The study will examine the potential of adding...
- Tomahawk warpath. // Bulletin of the Atomic Scientists;Dec1987, Vol. 43 Issue 10, p51
Focuses on the discovery of the U.S. Navy's plans for building bunkers to store its Tomahawk sea-launched cruise missiles from congressional military construction documents. Number of Tomahawks to be bought by the Navy through the 1990s; Naval stations that will accommodate the Tomahawks.
- Lockheed Martin Upgrading Tomahawk Control System. // Defense Daily;3/12/2012, Vol. 253 Issue 48, p1
The article reports that advanced technology company Lockheed Martin (LMT) is modernizing the Tactical Tomahawk Weapon Control System (TTWCS) which manages the launching and guidance of the land attack cruise missile. According to Paul Kirsch, company TTWCS program manager, the new system has...
- Tomahawk gets a low-cost makeover. Toupin, Laurie // Design News;1/18/99, Vol. 55 Issue 2, p37
Reports that the United States Navy Tomahawk cruise missile is getting a face lift. Plan of the Navy to debut the Tactical Tomahawk designed by Raytheon Systems Corp.; Estimated cost of the missile; Advantage of launching a cruise missile; Improvement of the recertification time by Raytheon...
- Navy Plans To 'Expeditiously' Replace Tomahawks. McCarthy, Mike // Defense Daily;3/27/2014, p10
The article reports that the U.S. Navy is confident it will move quickly to purchase the next generation sea-based land-attack cruise missile as replacement for Tomahawks. Topics covered include the number of the service's Tomahawks in its inventory, the Navy's budget request for fiscal year...