Lockheed Submits Bid To Make GPSIIIF Satellites

COLORADO SPRINGS—Lockheed Martin has submitted a bid for a contract worth up to $10 billion to make the next set of GPS III satellites, upgraded with new features and more able to withstand attacks. In 2016, Boeing, Lockheed and Northrop Grumman each received contracts to reduce risk on future GPS...

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