Lockheed Martin plans to submit a proposal for a second C-130J multi-year procurement (MYP) to the Pentagon in September. The offer is expected to cover 98-115 aircraft to be purchased over five years beginning in Fiscal 2012 or 2013. The first MYP, which covered 60 aircraft, was completed in Fiscal 2008. Lockheed Martin and the Pentagon are now in final negotiations on an undefinitized contract for 65 C-130Js funded in Fiscal 2009 and 2010. This contract, when signed, will set ...
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