The Belgian-Dutch-American Federation won the contract for the F-35 infrastructure

The Belgian-Dutch-American Federation won the contract for the F-35 infrastructure

The Ministry of Defense announced on Thursday that it has awarded a 600 600 million contract to the Belgian-Dutch-American Federation to build the infrastructure needed to operate a future F-35 fighter jet expected in Belgium from April 2025. The Belgian company Jan De Nul nv will develop the new infrastructure at the Florence (Namur) and Klein-Brockle (Limburg) airports in collaboration with Dutch – but also Belgian branch – design companies Arcadies and American. Burns & McDonald’s Directorate General of Material Resources for Security (DG-MR) said in a statement on the Internet.

A high-security complex dedicated to the F-35s will be built on each site.

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