Tri-mode seeker again takes precedence in a major Pentagon weapons contract
The next big air-launched weapons battle is about to heat up with the U.S. Army’s expected solicitation to replace Hellfire, Maverick and TOW missiles in one fell swoop with the Joint Air-to-Ground Missile (JAGM). JAGM will be worth billions of dollars and consolidate the markets for three workhorse weapons into a single manufacturing house. It will also be integrated onto six platforms—including fixed- and rotary-wing—for the Army and Navy: the F/A-18E/F, AH-1Z and MH-60R/S, Apache ...
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