Lockheed Martin (NYSE: LMT) has booked a three-year, $175.2 million contract modification to manufacture additional surface-to-surface precision-strike guided missile systems for initial U.S. Army deployment.
The award funds work on the first and second early operational capability production batches of the Precision Strike Missiles, according to a notice posted Wednesday on SAM.gov.
PrSM offers the warfighter a long-range and deep strike capability to target, engage and neutralize targets at ranges greater than 400 kilometers.
Lockheed and Army expect the system to enter full-scale production in 2025 after the engineering and manufacturing development phase is completed.
The service branch ordered the second PrSM EOC batch in September 2022.