Lockheed CEO Details Potential Saudi Arms Deals

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Lockheed Martin’s potential new arms deals to Saudi Arabia could include integrated air and missile defense systems, helicopters, naval ships, radars, aerostats and space-related “elements,” the defense prime contractor’s chief executive said May 31. Marillyn Hewson, Lockheed chairman, president and...

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