Raytheon confident about AMRAAM production despite Air Force's JATM plans

By Sara Sirota / October 30, 2019 at 3:46 PM
The supplier of one of the world's most frequently bought air-to-air missiles is not altering its production strategy in response to the Air Force's stated plan to cut procurement in favor of a longer-range weapon that's under development with another company. Brig. Gen. Anthony Genatempo, the Air Force's program executive officer for weapons, announced in June that the service will taper off production of Raytheon's AIM-120 Advanced Medium-Range Air-To-Air Missile while having Lockheed Martin build more of the emerging AIM-260...

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