Rising global demand for a broad array of U.S.-built tactical missiles is fueling new investments in production capacity for a market sector that recently struggled to keep major factories open. After decades of managing decline, U.S. government officials have signaled Lockheed Martin and other defense companies to reverse gears on production of all categories of missiles, including the once-imperiled tactical missile sector. For the first time in decades, companies are investing in new ...

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