Lockheed Martin is proposing co-development of a low-altitude anti-aircraft missile as part of its offer of the Medium Extended Air Defense System (Meads) to Poland. The missile, which has test-flown on company funds, would complement the system’s PAC-3 interceptors. The weapon mates the seeker developed for the Joint Common Missile with the motor from the Guided Multiple Launch Rocket System. Rick Edwards, executive vice president of Lockheed’s Missiles & Fire Control ...
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