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 Lockheed has test flown on company funds, would complement the system’s PAC-3 interceptors. "We have offered co-development of a low-end missile to meet Poland’s requirement to counter unmanned aircraft and other low-value targets," says Rick Edwards, executive vice president of ...
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