Raytheon awarded $12.3M contract for HARM upgrade The U.S. Air Force awarded Raytheon a $12.3M contract to begin full rate production of High-Speed Anti-Radiation Missile (HARM) Control Section Modification upgrade units. Raytheon received the award as the result of a down-select competition. The modification adds a GPS receiver and an improved inertial measurement unit for precision navigation to the existing HARM. HCSM also features a digital flight computer that merges targeting solutions from navigation and seeker systems. These enhancements improve the probability of hit, while controlling where the missile can and cannot fly.
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Raytheon upgrades to Tomahawk pass flight tests Raytheon and the U.S. Navy completed successful back-to-back Tomahawk cruise missile flight tests that validated recent software improvements. The upgrades improve weapon system performance.