The U.S. Navy has expanded studies for a Next Generation Land Attack Weapon (NGLAW) to include an air-launched variant for maritime patrol aircraft and fighters. The development also expands the potential targets for NGLAW to include land and maritime targets. The updates were published first in a request for information (RFI) released to industry on April 11. The Navy said it’s evaluating technology that can “support future air launched Surface Warfare (SuW) and land strike ...

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