FORT WORTH, Texas - Lockheed Martin Aeronautics Co. expects international orders for between 100 to 200 new F-16s, and maybe more if the company wins a budding Indian competition. This would push F-16 production "well past" 2010, executives said here Nov. 29. The company is building five variants of the 30-year-old F-16, modifying others such as those in Turkey's fleet, and "aggressively" pursuing business from Greece, Pakistan and India, the executives told The DAILY and other ...
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