Raytheon GBU-49 Slated To Fly On F-35 Next Year

The U.S. Air Force has mitigated a looming five-year “capability gap” against moving and maneuvering targets with the Lockheed Martin F-35 Lightning II by integrating Raytheon’s 500-lb. GBU-49 for less than $100,000, those behind the weapons integration push say. Without the dual-mode bomb, an F-35...

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