[Defense in Brief] Navy, Air Force begin building new long-range anti-ship weapon

The U.S. Navy and Air Force have begun building a new LRASM — long-range anti-ship missile — that utilizes an advanced targeting sensor engineered to track and destroy moving targets from great distances semi-autonomously, according to developers at BAE Systems. What started as a Lockheed Martin, DARPA and Office of Naval Research effort, the LRASM program “is developing a high-tech […]
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