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AARGM-ER developer has next milestone in its sights
Northrop Grumman expects its AGM-88G Advanced Anti-Radiation Guided Missile (AARGM-ER), currently in the Engineering and Manufacturing Development phase for the USN, to receive DoD approval for LRIP in the next few months.
Meanwhile, the company plans a proof-of-concept demonstration of a surface-launched variant of AARGM in 2022.
The first AARGM-ER guided test flight occurred on 19 July, when the missile was successfully launched from an F/A-18F Super Hornet based at Naval Air Station Point Mugu in California.
Speaking on 3 August at a briefing during the Navy League Sea-Air-Space conference, Northrop Grumman programme director Doug Larratt hailed ...
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