Partner countries that have been relatively passive participants on the F-35 Joint Strike Fighter program--expecting subcontracts to automatically flow to them by virtue of their involvement--are apt to pay a huge penalty in terms of the financial returns they can expect from their original investments. Such a likelihood comes through loud and clear in a new Defense Dept. study examining the international acquisition strategy being used for JSF--a program that's as much an experiment in ...
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