The Boeing Company filed with the GAO its 133-page brief in response to the Air Force’s filing, in the company’s protest of the Air Force’s selection of the Nation’s next-generation Long Range Strike Bomber. The Boeing and Lockheed Martin team believe that the Air Force’s selection process was irreparably flawed and therefore have decided to continue with their protest before the GAO.
Boeing and China Airlines celebrated the delivery of the world’s first co-branded 777 during a ceremony in Everett, marking the carrier’s 10th 777-300ER (Extended [ Read more ]
International Defence News Update | Lockheed Martin is investing $142 million in its Camden facility in Arkansas and adding 326 new jobs by 2024. Arkansas Gov. Asa Hutchinson joined Lockheed Martin executives during the Paris [ Read more ]
Lockheed Martin’s Pilotage Distributed Aperture Sensor (PDAS) system took flight for the first time aboard the V-280 Valor, Bell Helicopter’s next-generation tiltrotor aircraft in [ Read more ]
Lockheed Martin’s High Mobility Artillery Rocket System (HIMARS) recently achieved a significant milestone with U.S. military forces, reaching one million operational hours. HIMARS is The precision, [ Read more ]
The Government has taken the forest fire in Uttarakhand seriously. Making a statement Minister of State (Independent Charge) of Environment, Forest and Climate Change, [ Read more ]