What’s Canada Buying? January 9, 2013
- F-35 Tug o’ War Whazzup in the U.S.? “With more fiscal battles looming in Washington, the Fort Worth-made Joint Strike Fighter will be a large target for those seeking to cut government spending, the Dallas Morning News reports. The JSF, also known as the F-35, is made at Lockheed Martin’s (NYSE: LMT) Fort Worth plant and the program’s $400 billion price tag makes it a prime target as budget writers look for ways to trim government spending, the Morning News said. Lockheed says it expects to sell roughly 3,000 F-35s, most of them to the United States military. But critics say the company could end up selling as few as 1,000 planes should cuts take place, the Morning News reports ….”
- Wanted: groceries for military spots all over Kingston – more on how much of what is needed here.