F-35 Strike Fighter Pentagon Order To Be Finalized

Posted: Jul 24 2013, 1:09am CDT | by , Updated: Jul 25 2013, 2:07pm CDT, in News | Technology News

 
F-35 Strike Fighter Pentagon Order to be Finalized
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New reports say that Lockheed is close to finalize deal for next F-35 Strike Fighter order.

A new report from Reuters says that Lockhead Martin is making progress to finalize next F-35 Strike Fighter order from the Pentagon. The new order would involve 71 jets. The deal would mean about $4.5 to $5 billion on the books for Lockhead Martin.

Lockhead has deals for the F-35 with the US and eight partner countries. The F-35 is built in three variants including a conventional takeoff landing variant, a short takeoff and vertical landing variant and the F-35 carrier variant.

Watch an F-35 Fighter Jet landing vertically below.

More details about the Lockhead F-35 Strike Fighter can be found on the Lockhead site.

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