Northrop Grumman is not saying whether it will compete in the U.S. Air Force’s Long-Range Strike – Bomber program. Boeing and Lockheed Martin have announced that they will be teaming up to pursue the contract, with Boeing as prime and Lockheed as chief teammate. “Northrop Grumman views the Long-Range Strike Bomber program as vital to both national security and the power projection capability of the U.S. Air Force,” the company stated. “We do not comment on other companies’ business ...
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