Christopher E. Kubasik
Chief Executive Officer at L3Harris Technologies
All right. Thanks, David. I think there were about three questions in there. Let me see if I can get them. Let me start with that 35. Usually I give a long answer, and list all the components that we're involved with, but it really comes down to the ITP the integrated core processor. So today, I think I'm going to give you a shorter answer because we actually completed the safety of flight certifications and the first flight systems were delivered to Lockheed Martin last month. So, great news relative to TR3 and meeting that delivery, a little late, but nonetheless it's progressing. So our lock 15 hardware starts getting delivered later this year and the whole focus here is to support Lockheed to enable their 2023 aircraft deliveries. So feeling much better about the progress the team has made. I know they worked a lot of long nights and weekends to get here, so I appreciate that effort. Any your financial numbers remain accurate based on what we've told you before. Relative to the strategy, I think it's working. We've talked about this trusted disruptor strategy with more innovation, more prime and more international.
So when I look at the innovation this quarter, we made a small investment in a free space optics company called Mynaric. We've had a handful of investments with Shield through our venture capital and we continue to spend a fair amount and high R&D to position us for new wins. The goal to pry more has been great. Last year, and earlier this year, significant wins in ISR and MUSE, HBTFF. And of course, we've been winning a majority of the share on the radio modernization program. I mentioned, so far this year, SDA tracking tranche one was a big win. And here in the month of July we were also awarded a CDC, which is a cooperative engagement capabilities, really a pillar of the Jancic 2 initiatives for the Navy, which I'm quite excited about. And another program we're priming called Eagle, which is the expeditionary advanced ground link, again, tied to free space optics. So pretty excited there.
And then internationally, at a high level, we've had mid single-digit growth the past couple of years or book-to-bill has always been over 1-0. And I think the ability to have these focused countries and put the resources where we think the opportunities are, makes a lot of sense. And just last month, we added Poland and Italy to our focus country program, given the opportunities over in Europe. As far as when are we're going to see it? I think it's just a matter of getting the '23 budget. We've been tracking the markups. We're very excited to see that our programs are supported, the opportunities we're chasing are supported. So whether the base budget or the mark-up, we're very well positioned, including some of the news coming out of the Senate earlier this week. So we basically need a budget. I think everybody thinks there'll be a CR. So I'm guessing '23 when the awards are made, we'll start to see industry and L3 Harris benefit.