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  1. Aéronautique Héroux-Devtek décroche un contrat de 50M$ 28 avril 2009 - 09h17 Carl Renaud Argent Héroux-Devtek (HRX) a décroché un contrat de 50M$ auprès de la société Lockheed Martin Aeronautics (LMT). Progressive, la division aérostructure de Héroux-Devtek, va fabriquer des composants structuraux en aluminium pour l’appareil militaire F-35 Lighthing II. La commande sera réalisée au cours des 5 prochaines années aux installations de Progressive à Arlington au Texas. La filiale de Héroux-Devtek va fabriquer des composants structuraux complexes pour les voilures externe et interne du F-35 ainsi que pour le fuselage avant des trois versions de l’appareil de Lockheed Martin. La production de F-35 va augmenter au cours des prochaines années et elle devrait atteindre plus de 100 avions par année à la fin de l’entente entre Héroux-Devtek et Lockheed Martin en 2014. Cette nouvelle commande de 50M$ s’ajoute au contrat de 135M$ signé par les deux entreprises en 2007. L’accord signé il y a 2 ans porte sur la production de cloisons en aluminium forgé et d’autres composants complexes.
  2. Read more: http://news.nationalpost.com/2012/09/09/avro-arrow-redesign-pitched-as-alternative-to-f-35-stealth-fighter-jets/ We have the know how to build planes. Just look at Bombardier (they know how to build planes), true they never built a fighter jet before. We have CAE that can built the simulators (they already have government contracts), plus we have Pratt & Whitney. It would be interesting to see different parts of the Aerospace industry here in Quebec and Canada, come together and build something that can rival the F-35 or maybe even be more superior. I would rather see a Canadian built plane, protecting Canada
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