Employees of Lockheed Martin build a mock F-35, seen in the background, in General Worth Square Sunday December 17. The mock F-35, on display for the Armed Forces Bowl, remained until Fri December 22.
Employees of Lockheed Martin build a mock F-35, seen in the background, in General Worth Square Sunday December 17. The mock F-35, on display for the Armed Forces Bowl, remained until Fri December 22. Bob Booth Special to the Star-Telegram
Employees of Lockheed Martin build a mock F-35, seen in the background, in General Worth Square Sunday December 17. The mock F-35, on display for the Armed Forces Bowl, remained until Fri December 22. Bob Booth Special to the Star-Telegram

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