The U.S. Defense Department has awarded a rich military contract to Lockheed Martin, agreeing to pay more than $3.9 billion for a missile defense system. The deal calls for a maximum of 110 high-altitude interceptor missiles, some of which would go to the United Arab Emirates.
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$3.9 Billion U.S. Defense Contract Includes Missiles For UAE
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