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Raytheon wins Army training pact worth up to $11.2b

Firm says deal marks 'milestone' for efforts in key business area

In a recent training exercise, Raytheon's technical services unit lays down a smoke screen in exercises at the National Training Center, Fort Irwin, Calif. In a recent training exercise, Raytheon's technical services unit lays down a smoke screen in exercises at the National Training Center, Fort Irwin, Calif. (Gil Jenkins/Raytheon Co.)
By Robert Weisman
Globe Staff / June 6, 2007

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Raytheon Co. won a competition yesterday to become prime contractor for an Army training equipment and services program worth up to $11.2 billion over the coming decade, making it potentially one of the largest awards ever for the Waltham defense contractor. (Full article: 811 words)

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