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[Discussion] Lockheed Martin Secures $756 Million Deal for Army Hypersonic Weaponry

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U.S. Army Enhances Hypersonic Capabilities

In a significant advancement for U.S. military capabilities, the Army has awarded Lockheed Martin a substantial $756 million contract for the development of the Long Range Hypersonic Weapon (LRHW) system. This move marks a pivotal step in modernizing the nation's defense systems with cutting-edge technology.

Lockheed Martin: A Step Ahead in Defense

Lockheed Martin, a global leader in defense technology, is set to bolster the U.S. Army's arsenal with additional LRHW battery equipment, systems, and software engineering support. The contract also encompasses comprehensive logistics solutions, ensuring the sustainment and future fielding of the hypersonic weapon system.

The Future of Warfare

The LRHW system represents a new class of ultrafast, maneuverable long-range missiles capable of launching from ground mobile platforms. This system is designed to deploy the common hypersonic All Up Round (AUR), managed by the U.S. Navy's Conventional Prompt Strike (CPS) program, and includes components such as the Army canister, a battery operations center, and transporter erector launchers. With this contract, Lockheed Martin continues its six-decade legacy of hypersonic research and development, affirming its commitment to the U.S. Army and national security.

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