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Jim Ullmann Receives 2019 Air Traffic Controller of the Year Award from Raytheon; 2019 Wash100 Award Winner Dave Wajsgras Quoted

Raytheon announced on Wednesday that the company has chosen Jim Ullmann, director of the National Air Traffic Controllers Association's Director of Safety and Technology, as the 2019 Air Traffic Controller of the Year.

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USAF Awards Raytheon $36M Contract to Develop Airbourne High-Frequency Radio; Barbara Borgonovi Quoted

Raytheon announced on Wednesday that the U.S. Air Force has awarded a $36 million contract under a Project Agreement through an Other Transaction Agreement with Consortium Management Group to develop and qualify a high-frequency radio for beyond line-of-sight, long distance communications for aircrews.

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Raytheon Diné site earns Zero Waste Certification; Ronald Walser Quoted

Raytheon’s Diné facility has been named a Zero Waste site by Green Business Certification Inc., a national organization that evaluates and recognizes excellence in sustainability, Raytheon announced on Wednesday. Located on the Navajo Nation near Farmington, Raytheon Diné was honored for its environmental efforts, sustainability programs and overall waste management.

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Raytheon Supporting USAF’s GPS III Satellite Launch with GPS OCX; Dave Wajsgras Quoted

During the U.S. Air Force’s launch of the GPS III satellite, Raytheon’s GPS Next-Generation Operational Control System, known as GPS OCX, supported the launch. The ground system will spend the next 10 days maneuvering the satellite into its final orbit, demonstrating GPS OCX's ability to simultaneously support multiple GPS III spacecraft on-orbit throughout the checkout and calibration process. 

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Raytheon Reports 8 Percent Increase in Strong 2019 Second Quarter Results; Thomas Kennedy Quoted

Raytheon announced on Thursday that the company’s net sales were $7.2 billion in the second quarter of 2019, which represents an 8.1 percent increase compared to the $6.6 billion from last year’s results. The company reports the increase was driven by operational improvements and pension-related items, partially offset by a favorable tax-related EPS impact of $0.33. 

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