SINGAPORE — Lockheed Martin has secured a contract to help upgrade the Taiwan air force’s 145 Lockheed Martin F-16A/Bs. The U.S. government awarded Lockheed Martin the contract, which is valued at up to $1.85 billion, Lockheed says. The retrofit program will include adding an active, electronically scanned array (AESA) radar as well as upgrades to the electronic warfare and other avionics systems, and will be based on the F-16V configuration announced by Lockheed Martin earlier this ...
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