Lockheed Martin aircraft developers have completed the basic aerodynamic design of their Joint Strike Fighter concept and are now going to turn their full attention to working on program costs and subsystems. ``We are now at the point where we know we have the right aero configuration,'' said Lockheed Martin's deputy JSF program manager, Harold W. Blot. ``We have proven to the government's satisfaction and our own satisfaction that this design is the right [one] for us.'' Only ...

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