U.S. Navy Seeks Production Decision For Ship-Killing Lrasm

Credit: An AGM-158C Long Range Anti-Ship Missile mass simulator vehicle used for physical integration tests with the Boeing F/A-18 Super Hornet: U.S. Navy
Lockheed Martin could soon begin ramping up production of the AGM-158C Long Range Anti-Ship Missile (Lrasm) in Troy, Alabama, with the U.S. Navy program office seeking a low-rate production decision next month. The ship-destroying weapon was adapted from the U.S. Air Force’s Lockheed-built Joint Air...

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