First delivery of new missile system marks procurement push.
McCain touches on a number of global hot spots in Raytheon townhall.
Congress wants bigger share of Iron Dome work going U.S. contractors.
Meanwhile, sales at the Tucson Raytheon Missile Systems unit fell 9 percent.
Budget bill, if it survives, would save the "Warthog."
Successful missile defense test means program lives another day.
Tucson is a major provider of wartime "shock and awe"
Optimism about the growing number of residents settling on Tucson’s southeast side is prompting the development of several “power centers” along the corridor.
Supporters of the A-10 “Warthog” close-air support jet got a double boost in Congress Thursday as the full House and a key Senate committee backed measures to save the aircraft — a mainstay of Davis-Monthan Air Force Base — at least through fiscal 2015.
The U.S. Missile Defense Agency has conducted the first flight test of a land-based version of a missile-defense system using an interceptor made by Tucson-based Raytheon Missile Systems.
Tucson-based Raytheon Missile Systems and the Army have completed a key testing milestone for the latest version of the Excalibur M982 precision-guided artillery shell, moving the weapon a step closer to full-rate production.
What a difference a real estate bust makes.
A group of U.S. senators, including Arizona’s John McCain, is crafting a plan to save the A-10 close air-support jet — a mainstay of Tucson’s Davis-Monthan Air Force Base.
Australia wants to buy more than a half-billion dollars worth of air-combat missiles from Tucson-based Raytheon Missile Systems.
Shares of Raytheon Co., parent of Tucson-based Raytheon Missile Systems, fell more than 4 percent Thursday after reporting that a slowdown in the federal marketplace sapped first-quarter sales.
Tucson-based Raytheon Missile Systems is working to head off a proposed U.S. Navy budget proposal that would halt purchases of the Tomahawk cruise missile — the nation’s primary long-range strike missile — after 2015.
The Parade magazine inside today’s Star includes its annual feature on what Americans in various jobs are paid, peeking into their paychecks.
An electrical leak from a battery may have prevented a warhead made by Tucson-based Raytheon Missile Systems from separating from its booster rocket in a missile-defense test that failed in July, according to findings emerging from a Pentagon review.
The U.S. Missile Defense Agency has awarded Tucson-based Raytheon Missile Systems a $350 million contract add-on for the procurement of Standard Missile-3 Block IB interceptors.
Why do we Tucson reporters love to cover Pima County Supervisor Ally Miller so much?