Lockheed Official: Air Force Has Issued Stop-Work Order For F-16 CAPES

By Courtney Albon / March 20, 2014 at 10:27 PM
Lockheed Martin has put on hold all ongoing work on a major domestic F-16 upgrade program after receiving a stop-work order from the Air Force, company officials told Inside the Air Force this week. Bill McHenry, Lockheed's director of business systems for the company's integrated fighter group, told ITAF in a March 19 interview that all ongoing work for the Air Force's Combat Avionics Programmed Extension Suite (CAPES) has essentially been "terminated." In a follow-up email sent March...

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