Lockheed Martin to continue work on cargo aircraft

10/18/2007 | Forbes

The Air Force Research Laboratory has authorized Lockheed Martin to continue its work on the so-called Advanced Composite Cargo Aircraft, which will be built with lightweight materials and be big enough to carry military vehicles. Lockheed will build and test-fly the plane in a deal worth about $45 million.

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