Lockheed Martin plans a company-funded, surface-launched flight test of its Long-Range Anti-Ship Missile (Lrasm) this year following a third successful air-launched test on Feb. 4, the last to be funded by the Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency (Darpa). Lrasm is now a $1.14 billion accelerated acquisition program to meet an urgent need to deploy an air-launched anti-ship missile by 2018. But the surface-launched test flight will be aimed at a follow-on Navy program to field a ...

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