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US Army’s Precision Strike Missile hits new distance record

The US Army's Precision Strike Missile (PrSM) set a new record ahead of another test planned for the fall as part the service's Project Convergence.

US Army speeds up delivery of Sentinel A4 missile defense radar

The US Army Sentinel A4 Program Office has awarded an accelerated contract to Lockheed Martin to begin production for five additional radar...

Australia buying 12 more MH-60R anti-submarine warfare helicopters

The US State Department has approved a possible sale of 12 MH-60R multi-mission helicopters to Australia. In addition to...

US Army receives first launchers for Long Range Hypersonic Weapon system

The US Army has taken delivery of first prototype hypersonic hardware at Joint Base Lewis-McChord, Wash., from Lockheed Martin.

Lockheed delivers high energy laser to US Air Force for AC-130J...

Lockheed Martin announced on October 7 it delivered the first Airborne High Energy Laser (AHEL) system to the US Air Force for...
Lockheed Martin hypersonic weapon illustration

Lockheed opens new hypersonic systems production facility

Lockheed Martin has announced the opening of an advanced production facility in Courtland, Alabama, which will focus on hypersonic strike production.

US Army orders development of Stryker-based signals intelligence vehicle

The Terrestrial Layer System will provide the army with an integrated suite of SIGINT, EW, and Cyberspace operations overmatch.
Total number of F-35 fighters delivered to Israel

Israel receives additional F-35As, bringing total Adir fleet to 30

The Israeli Air Force (IAF) has taken delivery of new F-35A fighters, rounding the number of the stealth aircraft in its fleet...

Pentagon, Lockheed agree F-35 upkeep deal worth up to $6.6B

The Pentagon has awarded Lockheed Martin annualized contracts for the sustainment of the global F-35 Joint Strike Fighter fleet covering fiscal years...

Australia joins US Army’s Precision Strike Missile program

Australia is joining Increment 2 of the program, which will seek to incorporate technology that allows ships and air-defense systems to be engaged.
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