Bookings rose to $4.3B from $3.6B and are forecast to exceed $7B in Q2.
International demand remains strong, and the company expects foreign orders to account for nearly 30% of sales and almost 40% of bookings in 2014.
Operating margin increased to 14.3% from 12%.
Sales and operating income fell at three out of Raytheon's four divisions, although the intelligence, information & services unit enjoyed a 1% rise in operating profit despite a 5% fall in sales.
Raytheon maintained its FY guidance for EPS of $5.76-5.91 vs consensus of $6.94 and revenue of $22.5-23B vs $22.82B.
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