Lockheed Martin and Boeing Joint Statement on Today's JSF Discussions

ST. LOUIS and FORT WORTH, Texas, Nov. 9 /PRNewswire/ -- Boeing and Lockheed Martin today held a constructive initial discussion about ways in which Boeing could potentially add value to Lockheed Martin's Joint Strike Fighter team. Boeing presented an overview of its strengths and capabilities, and Lockheed Martin representatives agreed to consider them further, in relation to the government's cost and schedule constraints.

Both companies now have a much better understanding of each other's business considerations and have committed to a further meeting, following internal evaluations of what they learned today. The parties will meet again at a time to be mutually determined.

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