2016 was a milestone year for Lockheed Martin’s F-35, marking the aircraft’s first international deployment as well as the U.S. Air Force’s decision to declare its first squadron ready for war. Meanwhile, the cost per aircraft continues to come down year after year, and the Pentagon expects the price tag to drop significantly in the near future. But 2016 was not without setbacks for the controversial program. After failing to come to an agreement with Lockheed on the ...

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