Lockheed Martin Secures $238M for F-16 Spares Provisioning in FMS Support

This contract involves FMS to Greece, Jordan, Taiwan, South Korea, and Singapore
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  • 04:57 AM, November 11, 2023
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Lockheed Martin Secures $238M for F-16 Spares Provisioning in FMS Support
F-16 Fighting Falcon

Lockheed Martin has won a $238 million contract dedicated to the initial spares provisioning for the F-16 Systems Program Office, specifically in support of Foreign Military Sales (FMS) for several nations.

The awarded contract encompasses the provisioning of initial spares crucial for new aircraft acquisitions or significant fleet upgrades. The work is set to be carried out in Fort Worth, Texas, and is anticipated to reach completion by November 7, 2033.

This contract involves FMS to Greece, Jordan, Taiwan, South Korea, and Singapore.

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