U.S. Navy Mulls Next Missile Buy As LRASM Begins Production

Credit: The Kongsberg/Raytheon Joint Strike Missile is one potential competitor against Lockheed’s LRASM for Offensive Anti-Surface Warfare Increment II: U.S. Air Force
DESTIN, Florida—The next air-launched cruise missile the U.S. Navy buys under the Offensive Anti-Surface Warfare (OASuW) program should be competitively selected and must be capable of destroying maritime and land targets, the service’s head of precision strike weapons says. To meet an urgent need...

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