Lockheed Martin remains committed to delivering 100 F-35 Joint Strike Fighters (JSF) to Turkey, but that military’s failed coup has several defense analysts warning that the nation’s major defense procurement programs could be at risk. Marillyn Hewson, Lockheed president and CEO, stresses that Turkey remains an essential business partner. In addition to the F-35 cooperation, Turkey operates Lockheed Martin F-16s; C-130 transport aircraft; fixed-wing sensors, such as Sniper ATPs ...


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