Raytheon Drops Out Of U.S. Army JAGM Competition

Credit: U.S. Army
Raytheon has decided not to bid for development and production of the U.S. Army’s Joint Air-to-Ground Missile (JAGM), leaving Lockheed Martin as the only competitor. Bids were due by April 3 [today]. The decision is not unexpected, as the JAGM program has been scaled back to developing a new dual...
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