Army Releases Joint Air-To-Ground Missile Request For Proposals

By Justin Doubleday / February 3, 2015 at 2:19 PM
The Army is accepting proposals for the engineering and manufacturing development phase of the Joint Air-To-Ground Missile, with the service expecting to buy more than 20,000 of the warheads over the life of the program. The ceiling of the EMD contract is $90 million and will include options for low-rate initial production, according to the Feb. 2 solicitation . The Army will award the contract at some point this fiscal year, according to budget documents. JAGM is being developed to...

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