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Technology Today...

H IGHLIGHTING R AYTHEON ' S T ECHNOLOGY...

2006 Issue 3...

RAYTHEON ENTERPRISE MODELING AND SIMULATION...

A one architecture/modeling and simulation strategy...

A Message From...

Dr. Taylor W. Lawrence...

Vice President of Engineering, Technology and Mission Assurance...

Since joining Raytheon a few months ago, I have had the opportunity to visit many of our sites and learn more about our core competencies in each business, and they are many. The challenge we all face is to find opportunities to integrate all of our core competencies together to become a true Mission Systems Integrator for our customers. This brings us to Enterprise Modeling and Simulation (EMS). Modeling and Simulation certainly is one of our core competencies, but bringing it together across the enterprise will demonstrate to our customers the enhanced operational utility of our technologies, products and systems -- from sensors to communications to information systems to weapons. As we look to the future, EMS serves to tie together all of our capabilities across the enterprise so each business can showcase their individual products while integrating them into the big "One Raytheon" picture. Being able to demonstrate enhanced capabilities across various architectures and communications networks will show our customers that we are the Mission Systems Integrator to meet their mission requirements, and that's really what it's all about....

Have a question Ask Taylor at http //www.ray.com/rayeng/...

This issue of Technology Today digs deep into Enterprise Modeling and Simulation to give you a bird's eye view of this capability. Start with the overview on EMS, and then read more about architecture, RayDX and how EMS addresses the global war on terror. Also in this issue, you will read about the Mission Assurance Forum and the Quality Excellence and Excellence in Operations awards held this past June in Washington, D.C. These awards reflect employee achievements that give us the confidence to promote Raytheon's NoDoubtTM approach to Mission Assurance. Be sure to read the Customer Focused Marketing profile about one of our winning teams. You've heard it before, people are the foundation of our technology, but did you know that you also serve as the foundation for our industry's future As employees, you have a unique opportunity to influence the engineers of tomorrow. Read about MathMovesU, the push for Back to School and how VolunteerMatch will put you in touch with math and science organization...

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