Lockheed Martin Nabs $743M In Additional F-35 Work

Credit: USAF
As the Joint Program Office (JPO) and Lockheed Martin continue hammering out the details on a long-awaited contract award for more than 140 F-35s, the Pentagon recently awarded the company an additional $743 million for advance work on the expected ninth batch of jets. The JPO is still negotiating a...

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