Army starting $50M project to integrate advanced seeker into GMLRS

By Ashley Tressel / March 18, 2019 at 2:48 PM
The Army is planning to start a new, three-year effort to integrate an advanced seeker into the Guided Multiple Launch Rocket System long-range precision fire weapon as part of a nearly $140 million program in fiscal year 2020. The total $138.6 million in research, development, test and evaluation funding for GMLRS is broken up into two lines of effort: “GMLRS Alternative Warheads,” the new project, and “Guided MLRS,” a modification effort to extend the rocket's maximum range. The GMLRS Alternative...

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