Long Range Anti-Ship Missile completes third flight test

ORLANDO, Fla. U.S. Navy and Lockheed Martin officials collaborated to complete a third controlled flight test of the company’s Long Range Anti-Ship Missile (LRASM), this time launching from the Self Defense Test Ship at Pt. Mugu Sea Range, California.

The demonstrated a pre-planned low-altitude profile collecting . The missile was able to load using the modified (TTWCS+), align mission data with the ship, and launch from the Vertical Launch System (VLS).

invested internal funds to support this test providing an operational and refurbishing the Navy’s Self Defense Test Ship MK 41 VLS.

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