FARNBOROUGH — The U.K. is claiming a to be ahead of the U.S. in work to integrate its fifth-generation F-35 to be interoperable with other military assets. The U.K. defense ministry has contracted BAE Systems to carry out simulation work on how well the F-35 will operate and communicate with a number of U.K. platforms including the Eurofighter Typhoon, the U.K.’s fleet of Boeing E-3D Sentry airborne early warning aircraft and the Type 45 anti-air destroyer. “In the main SDD ...

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