The Obama Administration is approving a plan to have India make our fighter jets.
Right now F-16 and F-18 fighter jets are made in America. The Obama Administration is approving a plan to have them made in India. It’s more U.S. jobs shipped overseas.
Even worse, it gives India the exclusive right to make parts for and sell one of our most important military assets to other foreign nations. It puts our national security at risk.
We can’t allow foreign nations to have control of our most advanced U.S. military assets infused with sensitive technology.
We’re preparing critical legal letters and aggressively fighting on Capitol Hill. We’re demanding Congress block and defund this dangerous move. We’re urging President Obama and military leadership to reject this deal. Take action with us now.
To President Obama, Secretary of Defense Carter, Federal Agencies, and Congress:
Protect our national security. Don’t give foreign powers our military technology or the ability to produce weapons that can be used against us.
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