Army provides detailed time line on long-range precision fires

By Courtney McBride / May 7, 2018 at 1:27 PM
The Army's pursuit of long-range precision fires capability relies on "an incremental approach" across multiple capabilities for employment at different echelons, according to a new document. A comprehensive modernization strategy submitted to Congress and obtained by Inside the Army outlines the service's intent to spend nearly $1.6 billion from fiscal year 2020 to FY-24 in support of these efforts. Brig. Gen. Stephen Maranian, director of the LRPF cross-functional team, told ITA in March the CFT is exploring ways to "increase...

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