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rec.aviation.military Frequently Asked Questions (part 2 of 5)
Section - C.8. Why do recent articles refer to the "Lockheed F-16"?

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General Dynamics sold its military aircraft division to Lockheed in
December 1992.  Although readers of this newsgroup probably associate GD
with aircraft like the F-16 and F-111, the company has always been
primarily a shipbuilder, and has now decided to concentrate exclusively on
this area.

Lockheed, in turn, is about to merge with Martin Marietta to form Lockheed
Martin.

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