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Lockheed Martin details HIMARS orders
Other end-users covered by the order include launchers and associated hardware for the US Army, US Marine Corps and Romania.
Gaylia Campbell, vice president of Precision Fires/Combat Maneuver Systems at Lockheed Martin, said: ‘Lockheed Martin is very pleased that Poland has procured its first HIMARS launchers. These new HIMARS launchers will provide unparalleled mobile firepower to light and early entry forces, and our allies can count on Lockheed Martin's ongoing support in maintaining these combat-proven capabilities.’
The launchers will be produced and delivered by 2022.
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