Lockheed Martin, which has responded to an Indian Air Force request for information to make the F-16 Block 70 in India, is waiting along with six other bidders for the request for proposals and eventual competition. Vivek Lall, Lockheed’s vice president of strategy and business development, talked with Aviation Week Managing Editor for Defense and Space Jen DiMascio about the potential he sees to sell nearly 200 F-16s to India and export another 200. Aviation Week: What do ...

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