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Lockheed’s Bob Stevens Comments on Decade-Long Deal Worth Potential $5 Billion

Lockheed Martin (NYSE: LMT) won an indefinite delivery / indefinite quantity contract from the U.S. Special Operations Command to support complete logistics to soldiers around the world.

According to the firm, “the Logistics Support Contract for U.S. Special Operations provides a wide range of mission-critical services, from aircraft and vehicle maintenance to IT and electronics support. The contract has a potential value of $5 billion over 10 years.”

“We’re honored to support the men and women of the Special Operations Command, and we’re committed to providing these exceptional warfighters with the services they need to carry out their vital missions, ” said Lockheed Martin Chairman and CEO Bob Stevens. “We know the urgency of this work and our team is already in place, meeting the customer’s needs.”

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