Air Force reveals plans to grow stockpile of JASSM, LRASM missiles

By Sara Sirota  
September 27, 2019 at 2:43 PM
The Air Force intends to increase the maximum production quantities and purchases of Joint Air-to-Surface Missiles and Long-Range Anti-Ship Missiles -- including the first buy of the JASSM-D variant. A sources-sought notice posted on Federal Business Opportunities today provides insight into the service's plans to boost its arsenal of the Lockheed Martin-built weapons. Air Force Materiel Command's armament directorate will raise the maximum potential production quantities of JASSMs from 4,900 to 10,000 missiles and LRASMs from 110 to 410 missiles...

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