Raytheon Co. completed its first Program Planning Review with the United States Missile Defense Agency (MDA) on its Multi-Object Kill Vehicle (MOKV). The MOKV program is part of a $9,775,608 contract awarded in August 2015 to develop a weapons system capable of destroying several objects by using advanced sensor, divert, and attitude control, as well as communication technologies. 

Working within the concept development phase of the contract, Raytheon must work closely with the MDA’s expectations for the system. In addition to the Standard Missile-3 and Exoatmospheric Kill Vehicle programs, Raytheon has achieved more than 30 intercepts in space.