Lockheed Teases Advanced Missile Defense Payloads

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As it competes for a future missile warning satellite contract, Lockheed Martin officials say they are working on payloads that can meet the needs outlined by the head of U.S. Strategic Command, Gen. John Hyten. Hyten has said a space-based missile-warning capability is essential to track emerging...

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