U.S. Navy Starts Developing Longer-Range HAAWC For P-8A

U.S.Navy Boeing P-8A
A P-8A releases a Mk 54 torpedo without the HAAWC wingkit.
Credit: U.S. Navy
The U.S. Navy has started working on a new, longer-range version of a high-altitude, air-launched torpedo for the Boeing P-8A a month after approving full-rate production of the baseline version. The Raytheon Mk 54 Mod 2 lightweight torpedo is now “in the process” of development, Naval Sea Systems...

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