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Common Ground: Lockheed Martin and US Air Force Establish Partnership to More Effectively Support Warfighters

By Juliet Van Wagenen | November 3, 2014
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[Avionics Today 11-03-2014] Lockheed Martin and the U.S. Air Force Sustainment Center (AFSC) recently signed a partnership agreement that establishes a common framework and pre-negotiated terms and conditions for long-term partnership work efforts. The agreement enables Lockheed Martin to immediately execute specific implementation agreements with the AFSC and their Air Logistics Complexes (ALCs), reducing costs and allowing for faster implementation of agreements.

“This partnership agreement matures Lockheed Martin’s relationship with the AFSC by providing a consistent framework across all ALCs with pre-negotiated terms and conditions,” said Lou Kratz, vice president of logistics and sustainment at Lockheed Martin. “This allows us to implement specific work agreements rapidly and efficiently, drawing upon our complementary skills to effectively support our warfighters.”

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