Boeing may receive more orders for older fighter jets

03/21/2006 | St. Louis Post-Dispatch

Concerns surrounding Lockheed Martin's Raptor and Joint Strike Fighter could lead to the military ordering more planes built by Boeing. Boeing officials said they will continue to upgrade their F-15 Eagle and F/A Super Hornet. The Department of Defense plans to spend $57 billion to operate and maintain older fighter jets over the next six years.

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