Contract to Test Survivability of the U.S. Against Nukes

Lockheed Martin’s Huntsville offices will be the place for testing the survivability of U.S. defenses against nuclear attack, in accordance with a $240 million contract awarded recently by the Missile Defense Agency. The contract calls for Lockheed and a battery of subcontractors with Alabama offices to use modeling and simulation assessments to determine if the…

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