Lockheed Martin Proposes F-35 Sustainment Savings

Credit: Master Sgt. Austin May/U.S. Air Force
The Pentagon is assessing a Lockheed Martin proposal to reduce Joint Strike Fighter sustainment pricing by 16% over five years through a performance-based logistics (PBL) contract, but the largest F-35 customer, the U.S. Air Force, says several things must be worked out before it signs on the dotted...

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