Lockheed Wins $1.12B Contract To Make F-16Vs For Bahrain

Credit: F-16V: Lockheed Martin
The U.S. government has awarded Lockheed Martin a $1.12 billion contract to make 16 F-16V fighters for the Royal Bahraini Air Force. The Block 70 aircraft will be the first F-16s to be made outside of Lockheed’s Fort Worth facility. Instead, they will be manufactured in its Greenville, South...

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