From sensors to command and control systems to precision weapons, we are constantly innovating to deliver the technology that protects UK and allied ships and sailors around the world.

Products

A Plalanx rapid-firing from the deck of a ship

Phalynx®

Close-in weapons system for defence against airborne threats such as anti-ship missiles and helicopters. Support and technology is provided within the UK.

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RAM Missile being shot from ship

Rolling Airframe Missile

A supersonic, lightweight, quick-reaction, fire-and-forget weapon, the RAM™ guided missile weapon system is the world’s most modern ship self-defence weapon and is designed to provide exceptional protection for ships of all sizes.

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Tomahawk missile emerging from water after being launched from a submarine

Tomahawk

Tomahawk is the premier long-range strike weapon for land and naval use and is in service with UK and U.S. The system is constantly evolving to ensure greater survivability, penetration and flexibility. Both U.S. and UK programmes are supported by the global factory and reliant on Raytheon UK’s manufacturing facility in Glenrothes.

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The AN/AQS-20 Minehunting Sonar enters the water. (Photo: US Navy)

Mine Countermeasure capability AQS-20 Sonar

The AN/AQS-20 is one of the most advanced towed mine-hunting sonars in the world, capable of detecting ground floating mines in a single pass. It incorporates four separate sonars in a compact, lightweight and hydro-dynamically stable towed body.

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An unmanned aircraft called a Coyote flying in the sky

Coyote Block 2

Coyote Block 2 is a low-cost missile that is highly effective against UAS, sUAS and even helicopter-sized targets. Mobile and self-contained, it can concurrently engage multiple inbound threats using Raytheon Technologies-designed radars to track, identify and if required, engage threats.

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An unmanned aircraft called a Coyote flying in the sky

Coyote Block 3

Coyote Block 3 is an expendable system capable of carrying a variety of payloads ranging from ISR to kinetic. Tube-launched from across the land and sea domains, its battery-powered engine provides critical ISR information to commanders and it can engage threats, if required.

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