Pay up, uncle

Asker, James R.
January 1996
Aviation Week & Space Technology;1/1/1996, Vol. 144 Issue 1, p19
Trade Publication
Reports on the claims of McDonnell Douglas Corp. and General Dynamics Corp. against the US Navy for the cancelled A-12 Navy strike aircraft.


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