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Raytheon Company - We Are Raytheon (2011)
"We Are Raytheon" (2011) showcases the talented professionals, cutting-edge technologies and innovative solutions that ensure the success of our customers' m...
A history of AWI Microwaves
Cooking food with microwaves was discovered accidentally in the 1940s. Percy Spencer, a self-taught engineer, was building magnetrons for radar sets with the...
Microwave Ovens: "Preparation of Foods Stone Age to Space Age" 1969 Litton 11min
more at http://kitchen.quickfound.net/ Public domain film from the Library of Congress Prelinger Archive, slightly cropped to remove uneven edges, with the a...
Raytheon Company - Powering Performance
For over 70 years, in more than 100 countries and 40 languages, Raytheon Professional Services has been helping world-class customers transform the way they ...
Raytheon/Business Internship 2008
We visit with business major Onyemachi Davis during his internship at the Raytheon Company in Arlington, VA. Raytheon Company is an industry leader in defens...
Raytheon Company Celebrates 60 Years of Trading
On Friday, September 14 executives and guests of Raytheon Company (NYSE: RTN) will visit the New York Stock Exchange (NYSE) to commemorate the company's 60th...
Raytheon Company - AESA: The Evolving Eyes of the Eagle
Raytheon's APG-63(V)3 AESA radar is the right choice to take the F-15 confidently into the future. More information: http://rtn.co/aPCScZ.
Glen Bassett Discusses Raytheon's History in the Electronic Warfare Market
Glen Bassett, director of Advanced Communications and Countermeasures, discusses Raytheon's past and present Electronic Warfare capabilities. Learn more at h...
Raytheon Company - Radars: Tomorrow's Solutions for Today's Missions
Raytheon leads the industry in delivering innovative, affordable and reliable radar solutions, leveraging a 70-year heritage to provide global customers a de...
Raytheon Unveils Silent Electronics Zapping Bomb
AOL Defense Editor Colin Clark talks to Mike Booen of Raytheon about new technology that uses high powered microwaves to disable enemy electronics.
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