The Javelin Joint Venture completed the first production F-Model missile, which adds an advanced, multipurpose warhead.
FGM-148 Javelin Advanced Anti-Tank Weapon System-Medium (AAWS-M)

Javelin Joint Venture Awarded $311 Million US Army Contract for Javelin Missiles and Equipment

The U.S. Army awarded the Javelin Joint Venture a production contract for Javelin missiles and associated equipment and services with total value of $311 million. This contract provides procurement of Javelin systems and production support for the U.S. Army and international customers Lithuania and Jordan. The contract also includes more than 1,800 Javelins that will replenish rounds sent to Ukraine. Javelin is developed and produced by the Javelin Joint Venture (JJV) between Raytheon Missiles & Defense in Tucson, Arizona and Lockheed Martin in Orlando, Florida.

“As Javelin continues to demonstrate its reliability and effectiveness, its reputation as the premier battle-proven, fire-and-forget precision anti-armor weapon grows. Our commitment to delivering this exceptional weapon system to global ground forces is unwavering,” said Marek Wolert, Javelin Joint Venture president and Raytheon Missiles & Defense’s Javelin program director.

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FGM-148 Javelin Anti-tank Guided Missile
FGM-148 Javelin, or Advanced Anti-Tank Weapon System-Medium (AAWS-M)

“With usage increasing across the globe, the Javelin Joint Venture is working closely with the Army to meet these increased demands and deliver this critical precision weapon system to domestic and international customers. Our team continues to remain committed to delivering reliable and battle-proven products that demonstrate performance excellence.,” said Dave Pantano, Javelin Joint Venture vice president and Lockheed Martin Javelin program director.

Javelin is a versatile, one-man-portable and multi-purpose weapon system that provides the capability to defeat a broad spectrum of threats under all conditions. It employs fire-and-forget missile guidance technology over its entire engagement envelope, affording the highest level of survivability to the user. To date, the Javelin Joint Venture has produced more than 50,000 Javelin missiles and more than 12,000 reusable Command Launch Units. Javelin is expected to remain in the U.S. weapon arsenal until 2050 and is subject to continual upgrades to support evolving operational needs.

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