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Last Raptor Rolls Off Lockheed Martin Line
With the final F-22 rolling off Lockheed Martin's assembly line last week, the Marietta, Ga., facility is now focusing its efforts on making its C-130J and C-5M operations more efficient.
The Raptor business is not dead, though. A massive program, once estimated to cost as much as $8 billion to modify the twin-engine stealthy fighters, is under way and delivering through the next several years.