A pair of Boeing F/A-18 Hornets fly alongside two Navy F-35s.
Trump’s Unconventional Phone Calls Around F-35 Have Shaken Up The Chain Of Command
Program managers don’t usually talk to the president directly, and even less often with CEOs of manufacturers not involved in the program.
A U.S. Air Force pilot navigates an F-35A Lightning II aircraft assigned to the 58th Fighter Squadron, 33rd Fighter Wing into position to refuel with a KC-135 Stratotanker assigned to the 336th Air Refueling Squadron over the northwest coast of Florida May 16, 2013. The F-35 Integrated Training Center was established at Eglin Air Force Base and was responsible for conducting student pilot training and maintainer training for Airmen, Marines and Sailors responsible for the aircraft.
Trump Says He Has Reduced The F-35 Price Tag By $600 Million
Lockheed Martin also announced that the company and the president have made “positive progress” on F-35 cost savings.
The Hill Air Force Base Honor Guard presents the colors during an F-35A Lightning II aircraft unveiling ceremony Oct. 14 at the base.
Lockheed CEO Tells Trump The Company Will Add 1,800 US Jobs And Reduce F-35 Costs
The defense industry giant’s CEO met with Trump in New York on Jan. 12.
Trump Is Taking Down The Military–Industrial Complex One Tweet At A Time
Stocks at Boeing and Lockheed Martin have become victims of the president-elect’s Twitter war.
Dignitaries and employees get their first look at the F-35A Lightning II Joint Strike Fighter at Hill Air Force Base, Utah, Sept. 20, 2013.
5 Billion-Dollar Defense Companies That Dominate The Industry
Here’s a rundown of the top five defense industry giants.
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The Army’s Humvee Replacement Marks The End Of An Era
Oshkosh's new tactical truck represents a sea change in battlefield transport.