CNBC's Jane Wells reports that Straightline Aviation and Lockheed Martin have inked a $480 million deal for 12 of Lockheed's hybrid airships.
Lockheed Martin has landed its first contract for the hybrid airship it created at its top secret Skunk Works with U.K.-based Straightline Aviation.
U.S. stock futures were strongly higher this morning, after the Dow and S&P 500 closed Tuesday at new highs for the year.
Straightline Aviation signs a letter of intent to buy a dozen of the company's helium-filled airships.
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Lockheed Martin has invested over $100 million to build a hybrid airship it hopes to sell for $40 million each. It's targeting everyone from mining operations to UPS who need to move cargo to replaces lacking roads.
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CNBC's Jane Wells reports the Government Accountability Office has ruled against a Boeing-Lockheed protest of the US Air Force’s decision to award Northrop Grumman a contract to build the new bomber.
Cuba has returned a dummy U.S. Hellfire missile that was mistakenly shipped there from Europe in 2014, American and Cuban officials said.
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