Turkish Weapon Could Be Offered To Arm U.S. F-35s

LONDON—Lockheed Martin could offer Turkey’s Stand-Off Missile (SOM-J) as a weapon for U.S. Air Force and Navy F-35s, after signing a deal with a Turkish manufacturer to develop the weapon. Lockheed Martin and Roketsan signed a contract at the DSEi defense exhibition in London on Sept. 16 to...

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