Lockheed Martin may pull F-35 contracts in Feds by different jet
U.S. defence giant Lockheed Martin is warning Canada that $825 million in aerospace industrial contracts signed with Canadian companies to build and equip F-35 jets would be moved to other partner nations if the Trudeau government decides to buy a different fighter jet.
June 14, 2016 By CBC News
Steve Over, the company’s director of F-35 international business development, says other countries that have already committed to buying the stealth jet are clamouring for the work. | READ MORE