SC Aerospace Conference and Expo News – May 10

SC Aerospace Conference and Expo News – May 10

On August 30 in the Exhibit Hall, Don Erickson, Site Director of Lockheed Aeronautics Greenville, will discuss the move of F-16 production from Fort Worth to Greenville – a move that is expected to create approximately 250 jobs at the Lockheed Martin Greenville site.

Erickson’s presentation is part of the day-long business, workforce development and technical programming offered on August 30th>>
About the F-16
The Lockheed Martin F-16V configuration provides relevant combat capabilities in a scalable and affordable package. The core of the F-16V configuration is an Active Electronically Scanned Array (AESA) radar, a modern commercial off-the-shelf (COTS)-based avionics subsystem, a large-format, high-resolution display; and a high-volume, high-speed data bus.
Learn more about the F-16 Fighting Falcon>>

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