Committed To Making In India: Vivek Lall, Lockheed Martin’s Vice President, Strategy And Business Development

The Indian Air Force’s bid to acquire 114 Medium Multi-Role Combat Aircraft (MMRCA) 2.0 could be that one big step toward turning India into a defence and aerospace hub, going by the proposal you have offered the Indian government. Please tell us about it.

Lockheed Martin is offering an unprecedented Make in India opportunity and a true win-win for India and the United States. The F-21 will truly be a game-changer for the Indian Air Force, Indian industry and India-US strategic ties. We are confident that the F-21 is the best solution to the Indian Air Force’s capability needs, provides Make in India industrial opportunities and accelerates India-US cooperation in advanced technologies including but not limited to, fighter aircraft.

The F-21 partnership integrates India into the world’s largest and most successful fighter aircraft ecosystem – a $165 billion market and demonstrates Lockheed Martin’s commitment to India to deliver an advanced Read More

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