The U.S. aircraft manufacturer was awarded a contract worth over NIS 150 million in order to operate and maintain the advanced training center for the F-35 aircraft at Nevatim Air Force Base, over the next decade. As specified in the contract signed with the Production and Procurement Department of the Israel Ministry of Defense, the company will recruit around twenty-five new employees from the country’s southern region.
This morning (11/06/2019), the Production and Procurement Department of the Israel Ministry of Defense and Lockheed Martin Israel have signed a first-of-its-kind, F-35 aircraft maintenance agreement. Chief of Air Force and Navy Procurement, Zeev Landau and CEO of Lockheed Martin Israel, Joshua (Shiki) Shani, both attended the signing ceremony.
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