Long-Range Anti-Ship Missile program cleared for initial production

January 25, 2017 at 11:44 AM
The accelerated Long Range Anti-Ship Missile program has cleared its production readiness review, according to a Lockheed Martin official. The review will allow the Navy to award a contract to Lockheed for initial production of the missile. The Navy is procuring 10 missiles in fiscal year 2017, while the Air Force is buying 20, according to FY-17 budget justification documents. "They've had their production readiness review and they've been given approval for production," Scott Calloway, Lockheed's program director for advanced...

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