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  • LRASM launched from a B-1B attacks a maritime ship target during 2013 flight testing. (Photo courtesy of DARPA.)
  • Lockheed Martin is the prime contractor for the DARPA/ONR funded Long Range Anti-Ship Missile (LRASM) program that is developing both an air- and surface-launch compatible anti-ship missile that will provide OASuW capabilities.
    (Photo courtesy of Lockheed Martin)
  • Lockheed Martin Corporation has invested $30 million into the shipboard integration effort, to be worked in partnership with LM Mission Systems and Sensors (responsible for MK 41 VLS integration) and IS&GS (working weapon control system integration.) (Photo courtesy of Lockheed Martin)
  • Long Range Anti-Ship Missile (Photo courtesy of Lockheed Martin)

LRASM Boost Test Vehicle flight from Mk 41 Vertical Launch System

The successful LRASM Boosted Test Vehicle (BTV) flight on 4 Sep '13 at WSMR Desert Ship Range, demonstrated a LRASM launch from a MK 41 VLS canister using the proven Mk-114 booster. Lockheed Martin is investing in the surface-launch LRASM effort to reduce program risk and accelerate time to fielding an OASuW capability on US Navy surface combatants. LRASM can be employed from DDGs and CGs with only software modifications to existing launch control systems. LRASM is the low-risk and low-cost solution for our naval warfighter.