Raytheon's Share in DAVID's SLING

December 2009
Military Technology;2009, Vol. 33 Issue 12, p92
The article reports that Raytheon Co. has been granted with two contracts for more than 100 million dollars by Rafael Advanced Defence System Ltd. to create and develop parts of the David's SLING Weapon System (DSWS). The first contact was awarded to the company to co-develop the STUNNER interceptor, a missile component of the DSWS. While the second contract is for the improvement, production, and integrated logistic support of the missile firing unit as the launcher component of DSWS.


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