The U.S. Customs Service is in the process of adding eight Lockheed Martin P-3s to its inventory by 2002 and plans this summer to detail its modernization and procurement plans for the entire air fleet, according to Jim Culbertson, program manager for aviation maintenance. Lockheed Martin is modifying two P-3s for Customs and has a contract to complete six more by 2002, said Culbertson. Congress approved a $150 million special appropriation last year to fund the upgrades to ...
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