OSLO — The scheduled deployment of the carrier-capable F-35C for its first sea trials will take place as planned, according to senior program officials. Speaking after the Joint Strike Fight Executive Steering Board (JESB) meetings here, Lt. Gen. Christopher Bogdan, program executive officer for the F-35 program, said plans to deploy two F-35Cs onto the USS Nimitz off the U.S. West Coast were still on track. But he admitted there was still work to do to have the aircraft ...

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