ANNAPOLIS, Maryland—Eyeing potential opportunities for F-35 sales in Spain, Portugal and elsewhere, Lockheed Martin aims to eventually produce 4,000 of the fifth-generation fighters, a company official said Nov. 21.  “We think the program of record can easily expand beyond the 3,170 today to upward of 3,500, and our goal is to hit 4,000 someday,” said Doug Wilhelm, Lockheed Martin vice president of Aeronautics for F-35 Customer Programs. He was en route to the ...

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