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Why Lockheed Martin's Long Range Anti-Ship Missile Could Be a Game Changer

Kris Osborn Security, Lockheed Martin is developing a new deck-mounted launcher for the emerging Long Range Anti-Ship Missile. The Navy and Lockheed Martin are looking at developing a variant of the LRASM missile that fires from a deck-launcher on a ship - as opposed to having a weapon that only fires from aircraft and vertical launch tubes. Lockheed Martin is developing a new deck-mounted launcher for the emerging Long Range Anti-Ship Missile engineered to semi-autonomously track and destroy enemy targets at long ranges from both aircraft and surface ships.
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