The U.S. Army and Raytheon are nearing completion of talks on a contract for more technology development on a seeker for the service’s Joint Air-to-Ground Missile (JAGM), according to military and industry officials. The service and company differed in their opinions of readiness for a tri-mode seeker for JAGM, with the Army pushing Raytheon officials to consider a dual-mode design that would omit the imaging infrared capability. Raytheon—teamed with Boeing—and Lockheed Martin have ...
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