In 2001, Lockheed Martin (NYSE:LMT) won a stunning victory over its archrival in fighter jets, The Boeing Company. The Pentagon would award Lockheed Martin the right to build F-35 Joint Strike Fighters for the U.S. Air Force, Navy, and Marines (and for our allies) for the next 60 years.
Earlier this month, the same Pentagon that bestowed upon Lockheed a trillion-dollar franchise to build America's "last manned fighter" plane suggested it now may cut this franchise short, putting potentially trillions of revenue dollars at risk.
If you're a Lockheed Martin shareholder -- or even just a follower of the F-35 story in general -- you owe it to yourself to find out what's going on. In the short slideshow below, we'll lay it all out for you. Take a quick look now, and make sure to tune back in at the end for our special free report.