U.S. Army Finally Enters Joint Air-to-Ground Missile Development

Credit: IRAD1 test: Lockheed Martin
After years of the U.S. Army dithering over requirements, Lockheed Martin finally has received a formal development contract for the Joint Air-to-Ground Missile (JAGM), which will replace Hellfire and TOW missiles on rotary wing and unmanned aircraft. Once fielded, JAGM is expected to gradually...

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