Lockheed Poised To Choose Missile Warning Payloads

Credit: Sbirs: Lockheed Martin
NATIONAL HARBOR, Maryland—Lockheed Martin, chosen earlier this year to make three next-generation nuclear missile warning satellites for the U.S. Air Force, plans to award multiple payload contracts later this month. Lockheed won the $2.9 billion contract to build three geostationary satellites for...

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