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Raytheon officials said a key selling point of SL-AMRAAM is the ability to position its assets flexibly in netted and distributed configurations, based on the threat, without the traditional constraints that air defence systems have of being stationed within confined geographic spaces. “With SL-AMRAAM, the footprint can be whatever you want it to be,” said Peter Thomson, Raytheon’s manager for International SL-AMRAAM. There are about 30 countries that are candidates for SL-AMRAAM, according to Glaeser.
We have this huge American presence, even before the [United Defense] acquisition,” he says. “We have some 25,000 employees here. So it is American jobs, American taxes; the whole management structure is all Americans. If you go one step beyond that, 45 per cent of our shareholders [of BAE Systems] are here in America. ” The problem is only political, he says – not at DoD level. “Clearly for Capitol Hill jobs are a huge focus for them,” he says. “At the Pentagon they are less concerned about jobs but they are concerned about value for money, the quality of products, innovation, how much money you are spending on capital equipment, research and development and are you doing real state-of-the-art work?
Jane's Defence Weekly (July 2005)