BERLIN, LONDON — The partners behind the Medium Extended Air Defense System (Meads) have warned that the program needs the security of a contract during the second quarter of the year if it is to be a participant in air defense competitions in Germany and Poland. Lockheed Martin and European missile manufacturer MBDA in Germany and Italy say that development of the surface-to-air missile system is now 85-90% complete, although it is unlikely to be completed when the current development ...

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