Chinese firm gets $200M in US military contract

Chinese firm gets $200M in US military contract

A Chinese firm that supplies military hardware to the US military has won a $200 million contract from the US government to build the U.S. military’s next generation of unmanned aircraft.

The deal is the first to be awarded under the $400 billion Joint Strike Fighter program.

The Defense Department will be using the contract to upgrade the F-35 Joint Strike Fighters.

“The Joint Strike fighter program is a strategic investment by the United States, and the U,S.

Air Force and the Navy,” Army Secretary Deborah Lee James said in a statement.

“The F-18C/D Joint Strikefighter is the cornerstone of our strategy for achieving our long-term air superiority.

It has been proven to be an enduring, cost-effective, and reliable fighter, and I look forward to working with our partners to ensure this program will continue to serve the Air Force, Navy, Marines and Air National Guard well into the future.”

James said the F/A-18F Super Hornet will replace the F135 Strike Eagle and the F6F Hornet.

The Super Hornets are the first two-seater aircraft to replace the Lockheed Martin F-15E Strike Eagle in the Air National Guards inventory, and were selected by the Pentagon for their performance.

“This contract is the culmination of years of work between the Pentagon and the Air Forces to advance the Air Supervision System, which provides the AirForce with unparalleled situational awareness and situational awareness capabilities for fighter, bomber, and unmanned aircraft operations,” James said.

“This investment is the result of a partnership between the UnitedStates Air Force (USAF) and the United Kingdom’s Royal Air Force to modernize the F18 Super Hornett and the Royal Air Corps to improve the F136 Block 5E’s capabilities.”

James also noted that the contract also includes a $40 million commitment to the UAV program.

The Air Force has received $4.9 billion for the F5F-21 Lightning IIA and $4 billion for F6E-10F Growler.

The F5-21s are the most advanced fighter-bomber in the UF-17 program.

“With the purchase of the Super Hornetts, the F4A/B and F6B-21, the UnitedS Air Force will be able to further expand its tactical air superiority capability to include the F35 Joint Joint Strike Force,” Air Force Secretary Deborah James said at a ceremony marking the contract signing.