Lockheed's JASSM missile overcomes jammers

09/26/2008 | Messenger (Troy, Ala.), The

Lockheed Martin Corp. says the recent test of its Joint Air-to-Surface Standoff Missile shows the weapon's GPS system can navigate in spite of jamming devices. "This flight test successfully demonstrated the continued missile reliability and performance of JASSM's anti-jam GPS," said Randy Bigum, a vice president at Lockheed Martin Missiles and Fire Control. "JASSM's ability to function in a jamming environment is one of its major benefits to our warfighters."

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