Industrial Base Ramifications of LRS-B To Unfold Slowly

Credit: AW&ST illustration/JOZEF GATIAL
Beyond initial dips and bumps in stock prices for the winner and losers, the ramifications of Northrop Grumman’s win of the Long-Range Strike bomber (LRS-B) bomber program over a rival Boeing/Lockheed Martin team may not be so clear for the U.S. defense industrial base. On Oct. 27, the Pentagon...

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