LONDON — The new Dutch coalition government has committed to keeping the country involved in the F-35 Joint Strike Fighter’s initial operational test and evaluation (IOT&E) phase but is cutting total procurement plans. Prior to the elections, the outgoing parliament, in a controversial move, decided to abandon the two-aircraft purchase. The first of the Dutch IOT&E aircraft already is on contract, but parliament wanted that to be sold and the second order placed in abeyance . Now ...

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