US Army outlines USD2.8 billion GMLRS line buy

by Ashley Roque

The US Army has awarded Lockheed Martin a USD2.8 billion Guided Multiple Launch Rocket System (GMLRS) contract that includes deliveries into 2024.

On 26 March, the service announced the overarching ’indefinite delivery, indefinite quantity’ contract to purchase weapons in fiscal year (FY) 2021 with tentative plans for FY 2022. From that pot, the army is spending USD1.12 billion this year on 9,000 GMLRS Unitary and Alternative-Warhead rockets, and more than 2,000 low-cost, reduced-range practice rockets, according to Lockheed Martin. The company will deliver these weapons by September 2023.

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