Lockheed Martin Wins $144 Million Contract to Build Pakistani F-16s

December 2006
Defense Daily;12/6/2006, p10
Market Research Report
The article reports on the decision of the U.S. Air Force to award Lockheed Martin a foreign military sales contract to build F-16 multirole fighter aircraft for Pakistan. Under the terms of the deal, Lockheed Martin will deliver 12 single-seat F-16C Block 52 aircraft and six twin-seat F-16D Block 52 platforms, with all deliveries expected by November 2010.


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