Lockheed Martin Chairman, CEO and President Vance Coffman said his company is likely to split the $200 billion Joint Strike Fighter production contract with competitor Boeing Co. The Pentagon, he said, is getting away from its original plan to award a winner-take-all contract. Coffman's comments, made here yesterday at the Aerospace Finance Executive Symposium, jointly sponsored by Aviation Week&Space Technology and Credit Suisse First Boston, are similar to those of Frank Statkus, ...
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