LONDON—Raytheon is testing new passive and active seekers for its Tomahawk cruise missile that could help put it in the running for the U.S. Navy’s long-awaited Offensive Anti-Surface Warfare requirement. Raytheon is self-funding the project to the tune of $40 million to improve the moving target and discrimination systems on the Block IV weapon, which entered service with the U.S. Navy in 2004, and in 2008 in the torpedo-tube-fired variant for the U.K. Royal Navy. Trials so far ...


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