Lockheed Clears Spike NLOS For U.S. AH-64 Fleet

A Spike NLOS fires from a U.S. Army AH-64 at Yuma Proving Ground, Arizona. 

Credit: U.S. Army Technology Development Directorate - Aviation
A 25-km-range, Israeli-made missile has cleared airworthiness checks on the U.S. Army fleet of Boeing AH-64E V6 Apaches, moving the program closer to a fielding date scheduled in September 2024, Lockheed Martin said on Dec. 7. Airworthiness testing at Yuma Proving Ground in Arizona included eight...

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