MSPO 2019: Raytheon to offer SkyCeptor missile system for Polish Narew air defense program


During MSPO 2019, the International Defense Industry Exhibition, American Company Raytheon has announced a plan to offer a boosterless version of its SkyCeptor® interceptor to Poland to fulfill the country's Narew short-range and Wisla medium-range air defense requirements.


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SkyCeptor and patriot missiles at Raytheon booth during MSPO 2019, International Defense Industry Exhibition in Kielce, Poland.  (Picture source Army Recognition)


The SkyCeptor interceptor is a new, highly advanced, hit-to-kill missile, developed to defeat short- to medium-range ballistic and cruise missiles and other advanced air defense threats. aytheon is also offering SkyCeptor with a booster for the second phase of Poland's Wisla air and missile defense program.

"Providing SkyCeptor for the Narew and Wisla programs underscores Raytheon's commitment to collaborate with Polish industry and create advanced technology jobs for the Polish people," said Sam Deneke, Raytheon Land Warfare Systems vice president.

SkyCeptor for Wisla Phase II offers as much as 60 percent Polish industrial workshare, with the potential to grow should the interceptor be designated for the Narew program.

SkyCeptor's infrared and active guidance for targeting makes it effective in all weather conditions and doesn't need a warhead. The interceptor is a derivative of the Stunner missile that destroys threats with sheer force of impact. Stunner is in full-rate production for the Israeli Defense Forces and is proven to defeat all short-range ballistic missiles, representing 92 percent of the world's theater ballistic missile threat inventory.


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