Fort Worth Delivers Lockheed Martin's 500th F-35 Fighter JetThe multi-role fighter will be delivered to the Air National Guard in Burlington, Vermont.
Lockheed Martin Lands $1.9B Contract For Services Related To Next Generation Fighter JetWorkers in Fort Worth will see most of the benefits as 61% of the work will take place at the Fort Worth facility, boosting the local economy and creating jobs.
After Crash Of New F-35 Jet, Pentagon Grounds Entire FleetThe Pentagon on Thursday ordered a temporary pause in all F-35 fighter jet flights in order to inspect the fleet in the wake of a crash in South Carolina.
Lockheed & South Korea Roll Out The New F-35 Lightning IILockheed Martin and South Korea rolled out the first Korean F-35A Lightning II fighter jet during a ceremony this morning in Fort Worth.
Fighter Jet In Texas Painted Pink For Breast Cancer AwarenessThe USS Lexington, a World War II-vintage Essex Class aircraft carrier, has long been anchored in Corpus Christi Bay, but today there is a plane like no other sitting on the flight deck.
Fort Worth F-16 Production Could Move To IndiaInstead of Fort Worth, Lockheed Martin could soon be building some of their F-16 fighter jets in India.
Official: Fighter Jets Caused Sonic Booms Along CoastSonic booms heard and felt along the eastern shoreline were caused by military fighter jets conducting tests, officials said.
Investigators Looking Over Site Where F-16, Small Plane CrashedFederal investigators and local authorities have been combing through a wide swath of rural, sparsely populated land as they try to determine what caused an F-16 fighter jet to slam into a small plane over South Carolina.
Lockheed Machinists Strike Not Helping F-35 ProductionThe majority of the employees on strike at Lockheed Martin in Fort Worth work on the F-35 Joint Strike Fighter. Mostly testing setbacks have caused the delays on the radar-evading fighter, but the strike isn’t helping.
Defense Secretary Now Ready To Back Marine Version Of F-35 Fighter JetA U.S. defense official says Defense Secretary Leon Panetta is giving fresh backing to the Marine Corps' version of the next-generation fighter jet, the F-35.