Lockheed Proposes Refurbished S-3 For Carrier Onboard Delivery

Lockheed Martin is proposing to take retired U.S. Navy S-3 Vikings out of desert storage and refurbish and refit them with a new, larger fuselage suited to the cargo role to meet the Navy’s emerging requirement to renew its carrier onboard delivery (COD) fleet. Northrop Grumman is already proposing...

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