51st E-2D aircraft is delivered to the USN by Northrop Grumman with more to come.
Kongsberg, Lockheed Martin sign production deal for F-35 components
Kongsberg announced on 30 September an NOK122 million ($14.16 million) contract with Lockheed Martin for the production of parts for the F-35 Lightning II programme.
The agreement was sealed by Kongsberg’s subsidiary Kongsberg Aviation Maintenance Services (KAMS) and covers the delivery of components for more than 50 aircraft under Lot 15-17. The production of these parts will take place until 2025 at the company’s facility at Kjeller.
Shephard reported in April that F-35 manufacturer Lockheed Martin expects a ‘ballpark $9 billion’ F-35 Lot 16 production contract to be signed off in Q4 2021.
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