Lockheed Martin Wins JCM

Lockheed Martin has won the development contract for the Joint Common Missile (JCM), next-generation air-to-ground missile which will be carried by U.S. Army, Navy and Marines rotary- and fixed-wing aircraft. The systems design and development (SDD) contract consists of a 14-month risk reduction phase and a 36-month testing/integration phase to ready the JCM for initial production.|

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