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Navy Awards Lockheed Martin $1.2b Contract for Hypersonic Missiles


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WASHINGTON — Lockheed Martin will deliver hypersonic missiles to the Navy and Army that can be integrated with the Navy’s Zumwalt-class destroyers under a $1.2 billion deal awarded Friday.

Lockheed Martin is the integrator for the hypersonic weapon program — which the Navy calls Conventional Prompt Strike and the Army calls Long Range Hypersonic Weapon. The two services leverage a common round, but put them in different launchers.

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