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M299 Missile Launcher

M299 Missile Launcher

Now under contract to the US Army, Lockheed Martin Missiles and Fire Control and Marvin Engineering Company have partnered to refurbish M272 launcher airframes, produce new electronics, and integrate them to deliver digital M299 "smart" launchers to the US Army. This state-of-the-art digital design allows the M299 to interface with a variety of helicopters, and allows it to recognize and fire all AGM-114 HELLFIRE missile variants and DAGR-equipped rockets, as well as the Joint Common Missile. Designed for ease of maintenance, the M299 comprises four line replaceable units, which can be replaced by an aviation unit with a 30-minute mean-time-to-repair. The launcher is compatible with fielded test sets to further simplify maintenance.


M299 Missile Launcher is a trademark of Lockheed Martin Corporation.
DAGR is a trademark of Lockheed Martin Corporation.
DAGR products and configurations are in the process of qualification.
HELLFIRE is a registered trademark of the HELLFIRE Systems, Limited Liability Company.

M299 Missile Launcher

Designed for ease of maintenance, the M299 consists of four line replaceable units, which can be replaced by an aviation unit with a 30-minute mean-time-to-repair. (Photo by Lockheed Martin)

M299 Missile Launcher

The M299 operates in severe helicopter flight environments. State-of-the-art digital design allows the launcher to recognize and fire all AGM-114 HELLFIRE variants in any sequence. (Photo by Lockheed Martin)

M299 Missile Launcher

Lockheed Martin is under contract with the US Army to manage the M299 launcher depot. The depot provides repair capability for launchers in service to the US Army, Navy and foreign military sales customers. (Photo by Lockheed Martin)

M299 Missile Launcher

Designed for ease of maintenance, the M299 consists of four line replaceable units, which can be replaced by an aviation unit with a 30-minute mean-time-to-repair. (Photo by Lockheed Martin)