More good news for the F-35 program:
Norway has placed orders on its first two F-35 Joint Strike Fighter jets. In all, the country plans to buy 52 warplanes.And:
"Today, we are living in deep peace in Norway, but no one can say exactly what’s going to happen in the next 10-20 years,” said Norway'sState Secretary Roger Ingebrigtsen during a recent visit to Lockheed Martin's Fort Worth assembly plant.
The latest numbers released by Lockheed show the United Kingdom, Turkey, and Australia all plan to buy 100 jets or more.Looking good.