Lockheed Developing AIM-260 To Counter China’s PL-15

Credit: U.S. Marine Corps
Raytheon’s three-decade grip on the U.S. military’s long-range air-to-air missile inventory will soon end. Lockheed Martin won a secret competition in 2017 to develop and field an even longer-range air intercept missile by 2022. U.S. fighter pilots will, at last, have access to a weapon with...

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