Long-Range Anti-Ship Missile reaches EOC on B-1 after slight delay

By Rachel Cohen / December 18, 2018 at 12:32 PM
Lockheed Martin announced Tuesday it has met the criteria needed to declare early operational capability for its Long-Range Anti-Ship Missile on the Air Force's B-1B bomber. "After successfully completing the required integration, flight testing and modeling and simulation, warfighters accepted the first of many tactical production units," according to a company press release. Last month, Inside Defense reported the program did not hit EOC on the B-1 by September as planned due to a minor software discrepancy that doesn't affect...

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