After a disappointing test run earlier this year, the U.S. industry team pursuing the Non-Line-of-Sight Launch System (NLOS-LS) is mapping out a new path forward, according to Raytheon Missile Systems. Plans should be unveiled within the next 60 days. NLOS-LS is a joint program between the U.S. Army and Navy; the recent failure of four of six shots during an Army limited user test (LUT) of the system is being watched closely by all parties. Across the Pentagon’s portfolio, problematic ...

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