SINGAPORE — Australia’s defense minister is pressing Lockheed Martin to provide more detail on how the country will be able to maintain its software-rich F-35s. With 19 million lines of computer code, David Johnston is wondering how Australia can make repairs without compromising the platform or having to transport the aircraft to its assembly point in the U.S. "We don’t want to have to reboot the aircraft by calling Fort Worth," Johnston says. While he ...
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