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Lockheed likely to add jobs in Salina for new venture supplying German military

It is “likely” that the Salina plant of Lockheed Martin (NYSE: LMT) will add jobs as part of a new venture that will supply Germany with an air and missile defense system. The Bethesda, Maryland–based defense contractor is working with MBDA Deutschland on the new venture, and the operations will include the suburban Syracuse plant. (Eric Reinhardt / BJNN file photo)

SALINA — Lockheed Martin (NYSE: LMT) is “likely” to add jobs at its suburban Syracuse plant after the company announced a deal on a joint venture to provide Germany with an air and missile defense system.  Lockheed Martin, a Bethesda, Maryland–based defense contractor, and MBDA Deutschland on March 8 announced a new joint venture to […]

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SALINA — Lockheed Martin (NYSE: LMT) is “likely” to add jobs at its suburban Syracuse plant after the company announced a deal on a joint venture to provide Germany with an air and missile defense system.  Lockheed Martin, a Bethesda, Maryland–based defense contractor, and MBDA Deutschland on March 8 announced a new joint venture to […]

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