JSF Competitors Deliver EMD Proposals

By Adam J. Hebert / February 8, 2001 at 5:00 AM
Joint Strike Fighter competitors Lockheed Martin and Boeing this week submitted plans for how they would structure an extensive JSF engineering and manufacturing development program if chosen to lead the multibillion-dollar, tri-service program. Boeing submitted its proposal Feb. 6, according to company spokeswoman Deborah Bosick. Lockheed followed with a Feb. 7 delivery. The deadline was Feb. 8. In a statement, Lockheed Martin aeronautics president Dain Hancock said "a proposal is more than a document describing an aircraft. It is a...

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