The Pentagon proposed to Congress Wednesday the sale of 144 Maverick air-to-ground missiles to Egypt, along with 22 training missiles and spare parts for $27 million.

Congress has 30 days to disapprove the sale, which is the Reagan administration's third attempt to sell the lethal anti-tank weapons to a friendly Arab country.

The Pentagon also said it intends to sell Greece 500 of its deadly Stinger anti-aircraft missiles and launchers and 1,000 reload missiles for an estimated $124 million.