LRS-B's Industrial Base Ramifications Will Slowly Unfold

Credit: AW&ST illustration/JOZEF GATIAL
Wednesday will be a bad day for Boeing and Lockheed Martin on Wall Street – that is almost certain. With headlines flashing that Northrop Grumman won the $21.4 billion U.S. Air Force contract for an expected 100 Long-Range Strike Bombers at an eventual production cost of $564 million each in fiscal...

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