As the U.S. military becomes increasingly networked, questions persist about just how protected this valuable information backbone is and how reliant forces should be on it. Air Force Gen. Mike Hostage, chief of the service’s combat air forces, says the Pentagon is still working through some questions on how to protect the network. Once the Lockheed Martin F-35 is inducted into service – slated for next summer – this so-called flying computer will be able to gather ...


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