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Re: Raytheon Defense Division Update

From: Don Ledger <dledger.nul>
Date: Fri, 29 Oct 2010 12:15:20 -0300
Archived: Fri, 29 Oct 2010 12:26:55 -0400
Subject: Re: Raytheon Defense Division Update

>From: Kathy Kasten <catraja.nul>
>To: <post.nul>
>Date: Thu, 28 Oct 2010 19:42:52 +0000
>Subject: Raytheon Defense Division Update

>Date & Time: 10/27/10 @ 10:00 AM

>Location: East Side Center
>Green Valley Recreation Center
>Green Valley, AZ

>Speaker: Lt. Gen. Thomas Keck
>Vice President in charge of Air Force Projects
>Defense Division of Raytheon Missile Systems

>Gen. Keck related a list of the types of air craft he has flow.
>It included the SR-71, commonly known as Blackbird. Plus, his
>meeting with Pres. Bush on 9/11/2001 when the President landed
>at Barstow AFB in Shreveport, LA to review the troops. It was
>during Barstow's week long drill in war preparedness. All pilots
>were in their cockpits ready to take off when the President
>landed after informing the base twenty minutes earlier he would
>be at Barstow AFB. Gen. Keck thought that the President landed
>to give the order to "Go." All he said to Gen. Keck was "Good"
>when Keck told him they were ready to go. Everybody was pumped
>to go after the people had attacked America.

>Raytheon employs 12,000 people; 6500 are engineers.

>The Update

>Operators involved with controlling UAVs have wanted an upgrade
>to "cockpit experience" and Raytheon has responded with the new
>RPV. Remote Piloted Vehicle. The new system allows for better
>control of the air craft. Based on Gen. Keck's responses to
>questions from the audience, I realized it would be pointless to
>ask as to what the specific upgrades had been.

>I would guess that the air craft with non- normal military
>lighting array, I reported on in this group, could easily have
>been a test flight. If you will remember the air craft had four
>red lights. One under the nose, one under the tail and one each
>on the underside of the wing. {I hope Don Ledger will appreciate
>this info.}


I suggest, Kathy, that you contact the Air Division of the FAA
and lodge a complaint about saiad aircraft flying in your area
while displaying an illegal light pattern rather than the
regular nav light configuration required of aircraft flying in
civilian airspace.

It doesn't matter whether its a UAV or conventional aircraft.

Don Ledger

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