LONDON — The Norwegian government has signed a development contract worth 82 million Norwegian kronor ($13.3 million) with Nammo Raufoss for work on a 25-mm. round to arm the F-35 Joint Strike Fighter. Industry is co-funding the program, due to wrap up by the end of 2012, with 28 million kronor of its own money, the Norwegian defense ministry says. Another 7 million kronor will come from defense research funding, for a total program bill of 120 million kronor. The armor-piercing ...

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