FARNBOROUGH, England - Lockheed Martin Corp. is spending millions of dollars of its own money to develop two new air-to-surface, standoff cruise missiles for stealthy fighter aircraft. Randall Bigum, vice president for strike weapons at Lockheed Martin Missiles and Fire Control-Orlando, said at the Farnborough Air Show July 20 that the company has begun pursuing such capabilities because it believes the Defense Department eventually will want them. "I'm actually trying to get out ...
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