As the U.S. Navy moves to restore and expand its ability to counter hostile warships, Lockheed Martin is positioning its air-launched Long-Range Anti-Ship Missile (Lrasm) to meet pending surface-warfare and land-attack requirements. The strategy includes proposing a surface-launched version of Lrasm to arm Littoral Combat Ships (LCS) and modified-LCS frigates as part of the Navy’s “distributed lethality” concept to give more of its warships an offensive edge.