Lockheed: House Cut Delays Army Hypersonic Weapon One Year

Credit: Common Hypersonic Glide Body: Dynetics
Fielding of the U.S. Army’s Long Range Hypersonic Weapon (LRHW) could be delayed by a year if a proposed budget cut by Congress is enacted, a Lockheed Martin executive says. The Army’s program managers for the ground-based version of the Defense Department’s triservice hypersonic push are also...

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