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Braden, age 66, was never told the reason he was chosen to be laid off, and Lockheed used no objective measurements to choose which workers were chosen for layoffs, his suit claimed. (Photo: Getty)

A federal jury in Camden, N.J., has issued a verdict that would require Lockheed Martin Corp. to pay $51.5 million, including $50 million in punitive damages, in an age discrimination suit by an engineer, according to court records.

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