JAGM

AcronymDefinition
JAGMJoint Air to Ground Missile (missile program that replaced Joint Common Missile)
JAGMJaguar Affiliates Group of Michigan (est. 1967; car club)
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Lockheed Martin recently submitted its JAGM Engineering and Manufacturing Development and Low-Rate Initial Production proposal to the US Army.
A request for proposals for JAGM was released shortly afterwards.
It required only minor burn-rate tailoring for use with JAGM. Lockheed Martin is also using this formulation, with similar tailoring, in the jettison motor of NASA's Orion Multi-Purpose Crew Vehicle launch abort system.
The Raytheon-Boeing JAGM features a tri-mode seeker with laser; an uncooled imaging infrared sensor; and millimeter wave guidance.
(13.) Riegman PHJ, Vlietstra RJ, van der Korput JAGM, Brinkman A0, Trapman J.
During the test, the rail-mounted JAGM flew 6.2 kilometers and initially acquired the target using its precision strike, semi-active laser.
The Army for years has been working on a more modem version of the Hellfire, called the joint air-to-ground missile, or JAGM. But funding cuts and delays in the program have opened a window for MBDA to jump in and suggest that it can offer the Pentagon a comparable weapon that is already in the inventory of the U.S.
Giambastiani on August 17, 2006, the Joint Attack Munitions Systems (JAMS) Project Office Logistics Directorate was tasked to develop a viable Am threshold and objective Am KPP for the Joint Air-to-Ground Missile (JAGM) system.
(14.) Riegman PHJ, Klassen P, Van der Korput JAGM, Romijin JC, Trapman J.