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White House Approves Boeing, Lockheed Fighter Sales To Gulf States

After a lengthy delay, the White House has approved proposed sales of Boeing and Lockheed Martin fighters to three Persian Gulf states and begun informal notification of Congress that the transactions are pending. Under the standard procedures governing foreign military sales, Congress will have a set period of time to [...]
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