It is still a foreign owned company.
How much do you want to bet that a good chunk was built outside the States?
I worked in the aerospace industry for over 30 years.
Most everything we built was classified. Do think we would allow information passed on to a foreign government?
Four of us were sent to Indiana to be trained on a CNC overhead gantry for a classified project. We were sent before our "special access required" was completed and were not briefed. When the instructors asked what we were building, we didn't know.
Every part I ever machined is documented. Purchase order, name of manufacturer, lot numbers,material designation, heat treat, quality control data ,etc. Every dimension is inspected. If one dim is out of print it goes to a material review board. You could tap 50 triple out 120 tap holes and one is out of print it goes to that review board to reject the part or recommend a repair. I still remember being written up on a part( it was just a plug to protect the threads for before plating. It was because the + 001- 0 ,.010 chamfer was .0002 undersized on a .125 diameter piece of teflon. Do you think they would have the same control with foreign made parts?
Every nut and bolt that is torqued is documented by an inspector watching you as is every connector, adhesive mix. It is recorded in a log book( each torqued bolt) with a stamp that identifies the inspector
At one time I had over 30 certifications including a certified NASA soldering cert.
I am positive some worker in China , one week out of a rice paddy had the same.