Addressing Contemporary Air Defence Challenges

In conversation with James J. McGovern Raytheon Missiles & Defense

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Defence iQ Interviewed James McGovern of Raytheon Missiles & Defense.

Q1. Recently Raytheon & United Technologies merged to form Raytheon technologies. As part of the merger, several legacy Raytheon business units consolidated; can you talk about the benefits of the merger and consolidation?

Q2. What’s your view on the current air and missile threat environment, and what’s your understanding of the key challenges facing the end user today?

Q3. What do you see as the role of industry in strengthening the trans-Atlantic alliance?

Q4. What do you see as the role of technology in strengthening the alliance?

“Having an allied force with a common technology baseline offers NATO and its security partners numerous opportunities to train and operate together.”

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