LRLAPLong Range Land Attack Projectile
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Under development by SAIC and Lockheed Martin, the seven-foot long, 155 mm LRLAP will contain 24 pounds of explosives, considerably larger than the seven pounds of explosives in the 5-inch ERGM.
The US land-based equivalent of the LRLAP is the 155 mm ERDPICM (Extended Range, Dual Purpose, Improved Conventional Munition) XM982, sometimes known for marketing purposes as the Excalibur.
Once again, target location, glide navigation and trajectory guidance precision will rely on on-board GPS modules specifically developed by L3 and, as with the naval LRLAP, M85 bomblet or unitary (bunker buster) warheads will be carried.