Collins Aerospace Delivers 600th Thrust Vector Actuation System for Critical Missile System

The all electric, high-performance, Thrust Vector Actuation System (TVA) has a 100 per cent success rate of live fire tests intercepts

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CEDAR RAPIDS, Iowa. Collins Aerospace, a unit of Raytheon Technologies Corp. on March 25 continued to set the foundation for the next-generation missile with the delivery of the 600th TVA for the Terminal High Altitude Area Defense (THAAD) missile system.

The all electric TVA has successfully guided 100 per cent of the live fire intercepts completed so far for THAAD and demonstrates the capabilities needed for future missile systems. For more than 40 years, Collins Aerospace has leveraged its experience in designing and manufacturing high-performing and precise missile actuation, a necessity in difficult environments.

“The TVA plays a substantial role in the flight power and steering direction of the missile – these are critical elements to current and future systems, especially as we see environments becoming more complex to navigate,” states Kevin Raftery, vice president and general manager of ISR and Space Solutions for Collins Aerospace.

“Our extensive experience in missile actuation is a key differentiator for current and future platforms.”

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