With the final F-22 rolling off Lockheed Martin’s assembly line, the Marietta, Ga., facility is now focusing its efforts on making its C-130J and C‑5M operations more efficient. The Raptor business is not dead, though. A massive program, once estimated to cost as much as $8 billion to modify the twin-engine stealthy fighters, is under way and delivering through the next several years. After 20 years of design and production, what began as an effort to buy 650 fighters capable of ...
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