Turkey may have taken delivery of its first F-35 Joint Strike Fighter, but the country’s future role in the program is becoming increasingly uncertain. A glitzy ceremony at Lockheed Martin’s Fort Worth plant on June 21 marked decades of Turkey’s use of U.S.-produced combat aircraft and centuries of its pursuit of flight as the first of 100 F-35As that Turkey plans to purchase —AT-01—was delivered to Turkish authorities. Yet it was clear that tensions were ...

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