BAE Wins Portion of $485M Lockheed F-35 Contract

BAE Systems will develop parts in Nashua, N.H. for Lockheed Martin‘s F-35 Joint Strike Fighter under a multi-million dollar award contract, as reported by the New Hampshire Union Leader.

Lockheed was recently awarded a $485 million contract to develop the F-35 and parts for the aircraft are made in New Hampshire. The contract reserves 8 percent of the work for Nashua according to the Union Leader.

The Union Leader reported Lockheed selected BAE in October to supply a night vision goggle display system for the F-35.

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