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Lockheed Martin Lands $33M Worth of Contracts from U.S. Air Force and Air National Guard

Lockheed Martin announced today that it has been given $33 million worth of contracts to train F-16 fighter jet pilots for the U.S. Air Force and the U.S. Air National Guard Bureau.

Lockheed will provide support services for several versions of the F-16 including courseware development, simulator and training device instruction, academic instruction, and training management support.

Lockheed supplies pilot training and support at Luke Air Force Base and the Tucson Air National Guard Base in Arizona, Ohio’s Springfield Air National Guard Base, Lakeland Air Force Base and Kelly Air Force Base Annex in Texas.

The contract are said to be worth $13 million and $20 million respectively.

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