Lockheed Martin CEO Robert Stevens met questions about potential further production cuts for the F-35 Joint Strike Fighter, Lockheed Martin’s largest anticipated revenue earning program, with resistance during the company’s pre-Paris Air Show media day in Arlington, Va., May 24. There is a tradeoff between reducing concurrency in the development and early production programs — a major focus of the most recent F-35 restructuring — and cutting too much out of the program, Stevens tells ...
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