Navy officials are expected to report back to Congress by the end of this month on a plan for their strategy to address requirements for a next-generation anti-ship missile. At issue is whether and how the service will proceed with buying a new anti-ship missile capable of operating inside enemy ship defenses and without cues from the GPS system. Lockheed Martin officials are hoping the service will forgo a competition and move ahead with further development of the Long-Range ...
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