Raytheon, Tobyhanna Army Depot enter partnership
Raytheon Company and Tobyhanna US Army Depot have signed a pledge of commitment for a public-private partnership to support various electronic and radar systems.
Signed by Wayne Iurillo, vice president of the Raytheon Technical Services Company LLC Customized Engineering and Depot Support business unit, and Tobyhanna's commander, Colonel Charles Gibson, the pledge signifies the two organizations' agreement to work together on Department of Defense electronic and radar systems to meet new, emerging requirements.
"Partnering with Tobyhanna Army Depot to provide innovative engineering, mission support and depot expertise leverages our combined capabilities to offer unparalleled support to our Warfighters," Iurillo said.
Colonel Gibson stated, "We look forward to identifying future opportunities to work together - always with the goal of efficiently and effectively giving the Warfighters what they need to accomplish their mission."
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