The Raytheon Company’s December 2019 Announcements


(El Segundo, CA and Orlando, FL) During the Iran Hostage Crisis of 1980, there was Operation Eagle Claw.  This military operation failed; however and today, the legacy can still be seen.  As a result of the failure, the United States Department of Defense, initiated the Joint Service Vertical Take-Off/Landing Experimental (JVX) Aircraft Program, in the year 1981.  In the year 1983, a partnership between Bell Helicopters, and, Boeing Helicopters; was awarded a military contract.  The purpose of this military contract, was to be able to develop, the V-22 tiltrotor aircraft.  Today, the aforementioned aircraft is named the Bell Boeing V-22 Osprey.  Additionally, it first flew in the year 1989.  Recently, the Raytheon Company announced that, it is very familiar with the Bell Boeing V-22 Osprey.  Additionally, the aforementioned tiltrotor aircraft is part of its December 2019, announcements.  Specifically, the aforementioned business revealed that, it has been awarded an I.D.I.Q. military contract, and, it has débuted a portable V-22 virtual reality trainer.  The I.D.I.Q. military contract is to support and sustain, the sensor and processor, of the Advanced Synthetic Aperture Radar System 2-A.  The V-22 virtual reality trainer is a completely immersive system, which provides hyper realistic training.
            The hyper realistic training and the I.D.I.Q. military contract; ultimately, are the Raytheon Company’s December 2019 announcements.  The latter, is an indefinite delivery indefinite quantity (I.D.I.Q.) military contract; which stipulates that the Raytheon Company will support the A.S.A.R.S.-2A through the year, 2024.  The former, is meant for early career aviation maintenance students, and, continuing education students.  However and returning to, the Bell Boeing V-22 Osprey, the aforementioned is an American multiple mission, tiltrotor military aircraft.  The Bell Boeing V-22 Osprey, is capable of two sets of military capabilities.  The first set is, vertical takeoff and landing (V.T.O.L.).  The second set is, short takeoff and landing (S.T.O.L.).  The idea is the combination of a conventional helicopter, with that of, a long range and high speed propeller aircraft.  In the United States Marine Corps the Bell Boeing V-22 Osprey, is known as, the MV-22B Osprey.  Additionally, the MV-22B Osprey started to be used in the year, 2007.  In the United States Air Force the Bell Boeing V-22 Osprey, is known as, the CV-22B.  Additionally, the CV-22B started to be used in the year, 2009.  In the United States Navy the Bell Boeing V-22 Osprey, is known as, the CMV-22B.  Additionally, the CMV-22B is on the schedule to begin carrier onboard delivery (C.O.D.) duty, in the year 2021.
            Returning to, the I.D.I.Q. military contract, the aforementioned has a value of $217 million USD.  Additionally, it is from the U.S. Air Force.  As previously said, the Raytheon Company will support and sustain, the sensor and processor, of the Advanced Synthetic Aperture Radar System 2-A (A.S.A.R.S.-2A).  This work will be performed, through, the year 2024.  Currently, A.S.A.R.S.-2A is on the U-2 aircraft.  Additionally, it provides the U-2 aircraft with a long range, high resolution intelligence surveillance and reconnaissance capability.  This capability is for large areas of land, and, from as high up as 70,000 feet.  Furthermore and whilst onboard the U-2 aircraft; the sensor is able to locate moving, and, stationary targets.  Then; the onboard processor or processing system, can deliver at almost real-time, the target location data.
            Returning to; the portable V-22 virtual reality trainer, the aforementioned and as previously said, is meant for students.  Therefore, it is a completely immersive system that, provides hyper-realistic training.  Students whilst using the Raytheon Company’s portable V-22 virtual reality trainer, have access to the following.  Access to integrated interactive electronics technical manuals, access to 41 different operational aircrew checklists, the ability to navigate a completely interactive cockpit, navigate a completely interactive cabin and navigate a completely interactive exterior; are the things that students have access to whilst using the Raytheon Company’s portable V-22 virtual reality trainer.  For the instructors, an instructor has the ability to insert up to 81 unique system failures.  Electrical power, navigation, blade fold and electronic warfare are only four examples of the system failures.  Finally, the portable V-22 virtual reality trainer; does support multiple player collaboration, and, two way communications. 
            To end, the Raytheon Company (NYSE:  RTN) did release press statements.  Chad Pillsbury is the Director of Secure Sensor Solutions at the Raytheon Company.  Through a press statement, Mr. Pillsbury said the following.  “With ASARS-2A, the Air Force can detect ground targets day or night, no matter the weather condition.  And, it’s reliable.  The Air Force just completed ASARS-2A’s 9,000th tactical mission in Korea this year.”  Wendell Bradshaw is the Director of Intelligence, Information and Services at the Raytheon Company.  Through a press statement, Mr. Bradshaw said the following.  “The system is intuitive and realistic, making the training sessions more productive and meaningful.  Adding the virtual reality element further increases the training’s realism and the students’ mission readiness.”  As previously stated, the Raytheon Company recently announced that, it is very familiar with the Bell Boeing V-22 Osprey.  Additionally, the aforementioned tiltrotor aircraft is part of its December 2019, announcements.  Specifically, the aforementioned business revealed that, it has been awarded an I.D.I.Q. military contract, and, it has débuted a portable V-22 virtual reality trainer.  The I.D.I.Q. military contract is to support and sustain, the sensor and processor, of the Advanced Synthetic Aperture Radar System 2-A.  The V-22 virtual reality trainer is a completely immersive system, which provides hyper realistic training.  Lastly, the former and the latter, are the Raytheon Company’s December 2019 announcements. 

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R-Berumen28
12/20/2019

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