Two smaller unions agree deals with Lockheed
Lockheed Martin Corp said on Saturday it had negotiated new contracts with two smaller unions at its Fort Worth, Texas plant, even as a strike by the larger machinists union stretched into a fifth week.
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#1 May 20, 2012
It appears that Lockheed Martin is okay with pension plans. Logically they are behind on engineering, planning and the will to treat large groups of employees as worth employees.
#2 May 23, 2012
F*ck the Unions!
#3 Jun 20, 2012
ok lay off and close down all those evil fiter aircraft comp.who will build your f16s for a war?I WONT for shure .who would attack you ask?i dont know .maybe MEXICO,they are all ready a failed state.maybe your commie china buddies will build them.or perhaps the ruskies.like it or not we must keep the assembly lines up and running with the skilled UNION labor to build the planes,tanks,ships,ect.our country is a war based economic system.allways has been allways will be.WAR IS GOOD,it removes the weak and makes the strong stronger.
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