Swelling Tactical Missile Demand Reverses Long-Declining Production

Credit: Arkansas Army National Guard
Rising global demand for a broad array of U.S.-built tactical missiles is fueling new investments in production capacity for a market sector that recently struggled to keep major factories open. After decades of managing decline, U.S. government officials have signaled Lockheed Martin and other...

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