WASHINGTON – Norway this week became the first of the F-35 international partner nations to make public its intent to participate in a proposed multiyear, multinational “block buy,” unveiling a budget request for 2017 that includes 12 additional Lockheed Martin fighter jets over the next few years.  In the Norwegian government’s 2017 budget proposal, rolled out Oct. 6, the Norwegian government requested authorization to order 12 more F-35s in 2019 and 2020, ...


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