Industrial Base Questions Linger In LRS-B's Aftermath

Credit: U.S. Air Force
In their Pentagon press conference Oct. 27 announcing Northrop Grumman’s victory in the U.S. Air Force Long-range Strike Bomber (LRS-B) program, officials were adamant that their decision be made on the merits, not industrial base concerns. Stuck trying to prove a negative, officials did not waste...

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