Lockheed Wins Two Pentagon Contracts For F-16, F-22

Friday, 9 Mar 2007 | 5:35 PM ET

Lockheed Martin was awarded a $400 million contract for F-16 aircraft sales to several foreign countries and also won a $248 million contract to support the F-22 weapon system, the Pentagon said on Friday.

The $400 million contract will support the Pentagon's military sales to Taiwan, Israel, Oman, Jordan, Pakistan, Turkey, Poland, Greece and Chile through March 2012, the Defense Department said in its daily announcement of defense contracts.

The $248 million contract is for "sustainment support" to the F-22 weapon system, the Pentagon said.

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