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Farnborough 2012: Raytheon unveils missile defence analysis tool

9th July 2012 - 13:44 GMT | by Darren Lake in Farnborough

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Raytheon has unveiled a new missile defence system architectural analysis capability at the Farnborough International Airshow.

According to Wes Kremer, VP air and missile defence at Raytheon Missile Systems (RMS), the new capability has allowed the company to understand in more detail what would be needed to support a full ballistic missile shield. 'It's a way to look at missile defence architectures and understand how the whole can be more than the sum of its parts,' he explained.

The new analysis tool was built leveraging the company's knowledge and experience across the sensors, command and control, and interceptors within the

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