The Pentagon’s No. 1 weapons supplier, Lockheed Martin Corp, says it has successfully delivered the Israeli-made Spike-NLOS missile system aboard Oshkosh’s Joint Light Tactical Vehicle (JLTV) to United States Special Operations Command (USSOCOM).
This integration demonstrates the versatility of the Spike NLOS weapons system, a Lockheed Martin statement said.
“The combination of the Spike NLOS’s long-range and precision strike capabilities with the unsurpassed agility of JLTV Control,” said Jerry Brode, vice president of Close Combat Systems at Lockheed Martin Missiles and Fire. “The real-time video visualization of this advanced weapon system allows the operator to change or abort a mission while en route to the target, providing the user with more options at critical moments. .”
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Spike NLOS is a multipurpose electro-optical/infrared missile system. Its advanced rocket engine provides the ability to reach a range of up to 32 km. Users can integrate Spike NLOS with ground, air, or maritime platforms – and leverage its standalone ability to strike distant or geographically obscured targets without the need to line of sight.
Using a remote launcher developed by Lockheed Martin, the weapon system can be mounted directly onto almost any vehicle with a standard stacking interface in less than 20 minutes, with no vehicle modification required. any.
Today, this combat-proven, long-range precision strike system is in service with US forces and six international nations.