Raytheon opens new facility at Aberdeen Proving Ground

  • 31-Jan-2011 03:16 EST
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A total of 200 people work at Raytheon’s new facility at Aberdeen Proving Ground, MD, and it is large enough to support additional growth.

Raytheon Co. has opened a new facility collocated with the U.S. military to enhance collaboration and industrial teaming on warfighter technologies and systems. Located at the Aberdeen Proving Ground's Government and Technology Enterprise (GATE Park)—a technology, research, and development business area for government and nongovernment users—the 75,000-ft² space includes office, lab, and customer presentation facilities. Employees from Raytheon's Advanced Communications and Countermeasures group and its U.S. Business Development office are located at the facility. The Aberdeen site will offer joint educational opportunities as well as training and demonstration centers.

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