What "Iron Dome" Means for Raytheon
Dec 11th 2012 10:31AM
Updated Dec 11th 2012 10:38AM
Israel's "Iron Dome" missile defense system proved itself best of breed in the recent November conflict between Israel and Hamas. But where does that leave Raytheon , owner of the now second-best Patriot missile defense system? What does it mean going forward for companies like Lockheed Martin , Boeing , and Northrop Grumman , all of which are working on laser-based missile defense systems? Listen in, as Fool contributor Rich Smith explains.
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