Lockheed moving armored vehicle production
Oct 16, 2013 | 01:55 PM
| Corinna Petry
CHICAGO Defense contractor Lockheed Martin Corp. will move production of a joint light tactical vehicle (JLTV) to its Camden, Ark., manufacturing complex after its program partner announced plans to close the plant where the prototype vehicles were made.
Prototypes of the JLTV, an armored fighting vehicle meant to replace the Humvee, were produced at BAE Systems Plcs manufacturing facility in Sealy, Texas, for the defense programs technology, engineering and manufacturing development phases, but the British company said Oct. 15 that it would close the plant by the end of June 2014.....
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