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Surface Navy 2019: Raytheon continues development of MCM, ASW packages

16th January 2019 - 21:00 GMT | by Richard Thomas in Washington, DC

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Raytheon is pushing ahead with its MCM and subsurface surveillance programmes for the Littoral Combat Ship (LCS) and other US Navy platforms, with several recent landmarks pointing towards a busy period ahead.

Among them is the Barracuda mine neutralisation platform (pictured), an expendable UUV designed to identify and neutralise bottom, near surface and drifting sea mines. The system was showcased at the Surface Navy Association annual symposium in Washington, DC.

An award in April 2018 saw Raytheon brought onto contract with the US Navy in a deal worth an initial $83 million, but options expending to a total of $363

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