The British Defense Ministry is aiming to have a critical strategy in place for accessing technology on the F-35 Joint Strike Fighter by year-end, against the backdrop of a continuing debate over its final choice of model. The outcome has potential ramifications not only for the Lockheed Martin JSF, but also for other U.S.-U.K. projects, as attempts to simplify defense industrial collaboration are becoming bogged down. Rather than try to squeeze substantive issues related to JSF ...

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