Britain To Start Construction Of F-35 Facilities

Credit: Lockheed Martin
LONDON — Lockheed Martin, BAE Systems and British building firm Balfour Beatty have been contracted by the U.K. defense ministry to build the new facilities that will support and house the British F-35 fleet. The three companies will share a £142 million ($200 million) to construct three facilities...

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