Lockheed Martin's first new-build F-16 Block 70 has emerged from the company's Greenville, S.C., factory, launching a new phase in production of the Falcon, which first became operational with the Air Force 44 years ago.
The F-16, in service since the 1970s, could be flying with the Air Force into the late 2030s and with foreign air services into the 2070s, based on recently revealed USAF plans and Lockheed Martin's backorder of jets.
Greece has officially asked to buy up to 24 F-35s, and wants them so quickly it's willing to accept used airplanes, according to Pentagon officials and Greek media. Greece wants to start deliveries of the jets in 2021. The U.S. doesn't have any used F-35s ...
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