Lockheed Martin Naval Munitions Capabilities
Today’s Navy and Marine Corps are facing unprecedented challenges. To remain the predominant power at sea will require weapon systems with the ability to counter all threats. Known and unknown. As a leader in the development of complex weapon systems, Lockheed Martin stands ready to meet these challenges with munitions that have been tested and proven.
LRASM is an autonomous, precision-guided anti-ship standoff missile leveraging off of the successful JASSM-ER heritage, and is designed to meet the needs of U.S. Navy and Air Force warfighters. Armed with a penetrator and blast fragmentation warhead, LRASM cruises autonomously, day or night in all weather conditions.
The 155mm Long Range Land Attack Projectile (LRLAP), is the primary projectile of the Advanced Gun System (AGS), the main armament of the U.S. Navy’s next-generation DDG 1000 Zumwalt-class destroyer. It provides long-range off-shore precision fire support to Marine Corps and Army forces engaged in expeditionary assaults or littoral urban operations.
The 5-inch Navy Guided Projectile is a Lockheed Martin Missiles and Fire Control initiative focused on providing the United States Navy, and other coalition Naval Forces, the capability to counter the emerging/growing Fast Attack Craft (FAC) and Fast Inshore Attack Craft (FIAC) threat. The weapons is use with currently fielded 5”/54 & 5”/62 naval gun systems employed on the DDG 51 Arleigh Burke Class Destroyers and the CG 47 Ticonderoga Class Cruisers.
The Littoral Combat ship (LCS) Surface-to-Surface Missile System (SSMS) is designed to provide the United States Navy’s newest ship class with an organic missile capability designed to counter the emergent and growing Fast Attack Craft and Fast Inshore Attack Craft threat. If employed, this fully integrated system would provide a long range, fire and forget, autonomous delivery, and high-volume of fire capability necessary to counter a “swarm attack”.