Lockheed Martin to lay off nearly 110 at Randolph AFB

Layoffs to go into effect around Sept. 1

SAN ANTONIO – Lockheed Martin will reduce the workforce at Randolph Air Force Base, which will result in about 110 people being laid off.

 

In a news release, the company said it anticipates the layoffs will happen on or around Sept. 1, but the timetable for the layoffs is still tentative.

 

The company said announcements and timetables are based on current information but can be subject to change due to various factors.

 


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