Lockheed says its NGI proposal offers one-stop shopping, extensive multiple-kill vehicle experience

By Jason Sherman / September 4, 2020 at 1:25 PM
Lockheed Martin is touting its ability to offer the Defense Department a one-stop shopping opportunity for the Next Generation Interceptor -- a single defense contractor to develop a booster tailored to carry a new class of kill vehicles for the nation’s marquee homeland ballistic missile defense system. Sarah Reeves, Lockheed Martin’s vice president of missile defense programs, said the company is drawing on a wide range of legacy defense programs as part of its once-in-a-generation chance to elbow its way...

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